The Examinations Department of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (Bamu) has postponed the engineering examinations for a week due to a delay in declaring the results of redressal cases.
It may be noted that Lokmat Times had carried a report on Monday on the failure of the university to declare the results of around 14,500 engineering students even as their next examinations are approaching fast (May 22). As per the court orders, the results of redressal cases should be declared 15 days before the commencement of next examinations.
"The engineering examinations, which were scheduled to begin on May 22, have now been postponed following the delay in declaring the result of redressal cases," said controller of examinations Dr Ashok Chavan while addressing a press conference here on Tuesday.
"The students of engineering will now take their examinations from May 29, instead of May 22. The results of redressal cases of the second and third years will be declared by May 18, while the results of the first and final years were declared recently," he explained.
He said the examinations of engineering courses (revised syllabus) would, however, start on June 6. "The revised examination schedule of BE, B Tech, B Pharmacy, Architecture and MCA courses has been made available on the university website. The schedule of ME courses will be posted on the website soon," he added.