While the session exams of Mumbai University Law Courses are approaching, the applications of the students are still not filled. So there is confusion among the students whether they will get the admit card or not before the exam. Also, the question is being asked by the students whether the exam scheduled on November 29 will be held.
The examination of the fifth and sixth semesters of the law course is conducted by the university. For that, it is necessary to submit an application to the university before the examination. However, students of some colleges are facing difficulty in filing online application. The application forms for the examination have not yet been filled. Hence, there is confusion about getting the admit card, said a law course student on condition of anonymity.
Student representatives say that students are not able to submit applications as marks are not visible in the software of ‘MKCL’. When the exam is approaching, as this technical problem has not been solved, there is confusion among the students whether they will be able to take the exam or not. There are nine days left for the exam. Students have not received admit card yet.
Such things are happening frequently. Also due to this students are facing difficulties. The university should resolve this. State Minister of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad Amit Dhomse warned that otherwise the students will have no option but to protest. Meanwhile, when the university administration was asked about this, the application process is going on.
Students will be issued admit card on 25th and 26th November. There is no technical problem from the University. Whatever technical difficulty there is, it is from the colleges. Students should go to colleges. Colleges will overcome their technical difficulties. After that, the students will get the admit cards, the university has said.