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Agra University result 2020 of 24 courses yet to be declared – Times of India

AGRA: Even after a month of delay, Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar University administration has not been able to complete the result declaration process for the session 2019-20 as the results of at least 24 courses are yet to be declared.

The Uttar Pradesh government had ordered for the complete declaration of results by October 31. According to university officials, the declaration of results has been delayed as several colleges have not sent the marks of practical exams.

The university has declared results of 74 out of the total 98 courses for the session 2019-20, while the pending results of 14 postgraduation courses were announced on November 6.

Earlier, BSc final year results of 72 of the total 624 affiliated colleges were declared, while complete results, including several other courses, have not been declared yet.

Agra University registrar Rajeev Kumar said, “The delay in the declaration of results is caused by the self-financed colleges as some of them have not sent the marks of practical exams. The university has, meanwhile, received complaints that some of the colleges had given marks to their students without conducting an exam. The university had directed all colleges to send photos of the answer sheets in a CD, but only a few colleges provided it. The entire matter will be discussed at the upcoming examination committee meeting and strict action will be taken against colleges for causing inordinate delay in the declaration of results.”

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