The Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak in India has affected all the people in different manners. From different classes to different professions, everyone is different. While the working class is losing a lot of opportunities and facing a new problem almost everyday due to the lockdown, the students are struggling no less. With the lockdown in action, 10th and 12th standard students are facing a major crisis for appearing for the remaining exams. Post exams, the students are confused and directionless regarding the further procedures.
Thankfully, after months of beating around the bush, the government has announced that results would be calculated on the basis of the exam attempted. Now that the results are out and all the students are selecting their very own career paths, the admission process and other requirements pose as a speed breaker ahead of them.
With that in mind, Mumbai University has begun online admission for the year 2020. The versity has noted that July 24, 2020 onwards, it will begin the process of admissions and enrolment for the Undergraduate courses offered by Mumbai University. Students who wish to apply can access the admission forms at mu.ac.in or mum.digitaluniversity.ac.in and enrol themselves for the courses they prefer. The students can also attach their pre-admission documents online along with their application at the time of processing.
The submission of admission forms, along with a copy of the pre-admission online forms is to be completed between July 27 and August 4, 2020. On August 4, the first merit list will be displayed. The second on August 10 while the last and final merit list on August 17. The online process seems rather quick than the usual offline running around.
“As per the communication from the state Board, mark sheets of Class 12 students will reach us by Friday. Principals are yet to decide how these will reach students. We can either courier it or send soft copies of scanned mark sheets. In case the Board itself sends soft copies, it will be easier to share them with the students.” said Mr. Dinu Madlani, Principal of Hinduja College while speaking to a reporter with respect to the requirement of original documents by not just Mumbai University but also any other University the students wish to join.