Mangalore University UG Odd Sem Results 2017 for October-November declared at mangaloreuniversity.ac.in
New Delhi : Mangalore University has been declared the results for the odd semester examinations of its undergraduate courses on Wednesday (December 27). The examination was held during October-Novemver this year.
The results of BA, B.Sc, B.Com, BCA, BBM, BBA, B.Sc (fashion design), BHM, BHS, B.Sc (FND), BASLP, BSW, BA (HRD) will be announced on the official website of the Mangalore University - www.mangaloreuniversity.ac.in.
Students not satisfied with their results can apply for revaluation may apply from their colleges before January 10, 2018, A.M. Khan, Registrar (Evaluation) said in a release on Tuesday. Nearly 24,189 students took the exam in 13-degree courses. Out of all the students, 18,680 students have passed the exam.
Steps to check Mangalore University Results 2017:
1. Visit the official website of Mangalore University,mangaloreuniversity.ac.in.
2. Click on the link ‘OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2017 ExamResults’ under the ‘Academics’ section.
3. A new page will open displaying the names of courses whose results have been published.
4. Enter your registration number in the provided fields.
5. Click on submit button.
6. Check the result and save it for further reference.
Those willing to apply for re-evaluation can download the marks cards from the website. The individual results of colleges would also be made available on-line through the respective portals of the colleges.
The university is announcing the results within 10 days of completing the evaluation of answer scripts, he said.
About Mangalore University:
The Mangalore University was established in September 1980. It is a public state university. The Mangalore University has 25 PG departments and 207 affiliated.The university imparts higher education in the field of arts, commerce, science, law, and management.
In the eighties and early nineties, prestigious engineering colleges such as the Manipal Institute of Technology and the National Institute of Technology Surathkal were affiliated to Mangalore University.