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Bangalore University Finally Announces Results of PGDBA Course

November 28, 2016 01:42 PM 2 minute read , Management - BBA / MBA / Diploma , Bangalore University

Bangalore University Finally Announces Results of PGDBA Course

It is a sigh of relief for the students of Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA) course of Bangalore University as the varsity announced the results of PGDBA course after four months of delay. The students have been eagerly waiting for the results since long. They have been visiting “Pareeksha Bhavan ‘ of the varsity regularly to know about the results. Finally, Bangalore University has put an end to students’ wait and declared the results.

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The exams took place in the month of July 2016. The reason for the delay in declaring the results was the candidates’ list which comprises of decoded version of students’ names, marks obtained and register numbers were missing. A total number of 95 students took the exam.

When the students raised the issue with the help of media, the officials of Bangalore University had called for a meeting immediately with the Custodian and Head of the Department (HOD) and directed them to announce the results immediately. The results were published on the official website of Bangalore University after few hours of the meeting.

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Officials mentioned that the answer scripts were evaluated and submitted to the Pareeksha Bhavan in the month of August. However, the results were delayed due to the absence of candidates’ list. Hence, the results were not prepared.

Usually, the varsity does not publish the results online if the students who took the examination was lees than 250. However, for this batch, the results were released on the official website immediately.

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