Tuesday, August 10, 2010
KOCHI: Mahatma Gandhi University has published the results of the second semester choice-based credit and semester system (CBCSS) examinations in record time.
The university raced ahead of other universities following the system by publishing the results of the examinations for the 116 undergraduate programmes conducted in April-May on Wednesday last.
The examinations included Model -I (traditional), Model-II (vocational) and Model-III (new Generation and UGC aided).
Elaborating on the achievement, Rajan Varughese, Pro- Vice-Chancellor, told The Hindu here that Mahatma Gandhi University is the first university in the State to publish second semester CBCSS results, which cover the entire 27,000 students enrolled at the first degree level in the university.
�The major breakthrough achieved by the university, in the midst of severe criticism from all quarters for the hasty implementation of CBCSS system in 2010, is the product of academic commitment by teachers in affiliated colleges and round-the-clock vigil and hard labour by the university staff in the examination branch, he said.
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