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ANU M.Sc. and LLB Results Out
The examination cell of Acharya Nagarjuna University has released the results of M.Sc. Environmental Science and long awaited LLB results on 30-April-2016. The results were released by the Director of examination cell, Mr.Sai Babu. He has given a detailed report about the results and pass percentage.
According to the report, “The M.Sc. Environmental Science examinations were held in the first week of April. The results were declared within a short period of time. A total number of 16 students attended the examination and 16 students have passed in the examination by recording a pass percentage of 100”. He congratulated the department of Environmental Science for securing 100% pass percentage. Later he gave the report of LLB results.
According to the report, “The results of 3rd, 5th, 7th & 9th semester of LLB have been released. The examinations were held in November, 2015. The valuation of answer scripts have been delayed as more than 1500 students attended the examination and only 20 professors valued the answer scripts. An overall pass percentage of 65 have been recorded. A total number of 159 students attended the exams for 3rd semester and 89 students have passed. A total number of 559 students attended the 5th semester examination and 250 students have passed the examination. A total number of 657 students attended the 7th semester examination and 329 students have passed”.
Students can access the results from the official website of the university.
Students those who are willing to apply for revaluation can apply on or before 11-May-2016 by paying the required fee.
Source:- Sakunth Kumar, City Journalist, CollegeDekho, Vijayawada
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