"Bad Request, Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand," says the Mumbai University website mu.ac.in when we tried to access.
The Mumbai University results were declared after missing the deadline three times.
Candidates who are searching for the results of Mumbai University may check the 5th and 6th semester exam result online at the official website of the University at mu.ac.in once it is back.
Close to 80000 students had appeared for both the semesters.
The education-related websites go down or crash due to heavy traffic when large number of students tries to access the website at the same time. This may continue for a while. Candidates are suggested to wait for a while and retry later. The overall pass percentage for both the semesters is at 62%.
The Mumbai University had declared the results for semester 5 and 6 of the three-year Bachelor of Arts (TYBA) course and three year Bachelor Sciences (BSc) on 21 August 2017.
According to the update available on the official website of Mumbai University, the results of BSc IT Semester-VI, TYBSc Semester-V, TYBSc Semester-V, TYBSc Semester-VI and TYBSc Semester-VI have been published.
The Mumbai University conducted all these exams in the months of March and April, 2017.
Mumbai University Result 2017: How to check
The candidates who are searching for the Mumbai University results may follow these steps to check the results:
Step Two: Click on the result link from the home page
Step Three: Enter the required details asked for
Step Four: Submit the details
Step Five: Get the result
Mumbai University Results: A timeline of events
July 31: First deadline to declare the results.
August 5: Second deadline to declare the results.
August 15: Third deadline to declare the results.
August 19: Aditya Thackeray, the President of the Shiv Sena's youth wing, has sought an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the issue of online assessment system in the Mumbai university.
August 21: Three law students of the University approache the Bombay High Court, seeking action against the university over a delay in the declaration of their examination results.
August 21: University of Mumbai publishes the results for semester 5 and 6 of the three-year Bachelor of Arts (TYBA) course and three year Bachelor Sciences (BSc).
August 28: University of Mumbai publishes the results for semester 5 and 6 of the three-year Bachelor of Commerce (TYBA) course.
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(This article was first published on August 28, 2017)