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Mumbai University is investigating presenting "paperless exam" and making us of digital world 

For future exams, the college is set to present uniquely planned tablets for students to compose tests. "We intend to analyze first with one self-ruling[autonomous] college. The screen of the tablet is extraordinarily intended for helping understudies compose tests utilizing a stylus. Numerous private colleges have begun it and we wish to investigate how fruitful and practical it is," said Vice Chancellor Dr Suhas Pednekar. The office for the examination is yet to be chosen. 

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University of mumbai has become the first in Maharashtra whose scholastic review will be done online, this product has been created by the college's IT department of mumbai university. Governor B S Koshyari has proposed different colleges to use same Mumbai University software for the equivalent. "Schools are typically required to send information to the university for various reasons. Part of data from universities will likewise be accessible on open entries to support understudies and guardians during the determination procedure of their favored schools," included Pednekar. 

Computerized notice blocks will be soon placed on the Kalina campus of mumbai university for which the system of granting contracts is in progress. 

While many of exam results were published under 45 days, Mumbai University is trying to limit the quantity of days required for declaring of results and same for re-evaluation of marksheets at the soonest.

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Vipin Dubey

Vipin is the content writer at educlash. As, he writes about news related to mumbai university, information technology and much more..

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