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Nagaland University declares results for undergraduate course

By Our Correspondent Updated: Oct 23, 2020 3:43 pm

Our Correspondent
Kohima, Oct. 23 (EM):
Nearly 8000 students graduated on Friday as Nagaland University (NU) declared the provisional results of 6th semester of three-year undergraduate courses from various streams.

Out of the 8820 students who appeared in the examination, 7943 passed, producing an overall pass percentage of 90.06% in BA, BSc, BCA, and BBA, as per the result gazette of NU for undergraduate final semester examination 2020.

For Bachelor of Arts (both general and honours), 7525 students appeared, out of which 6890 passed.

Fifty-five students appeared for Bachelor of Business Administration and all of them passed the examination, registering 100% pass percentage. Meanwhile, in Bachelor of Computer Application, 13 students passed the sixth semester examination out of 20 appeared.

In Bachelor of Science, 404 students (inclusive of honours and general) appeared and 359 passed. For Bachelor of Commerce, a total of 815 students appeared and 736 passed.

Students from 51 colleges across Nagaland, including private and government institutions appeared for the sixth semester examination.

In a notification, the controller of examinations informed that ‘while all possible care has been taken to ensure accuracy in the result published, error if any will be rectified as per the rules of the university as and when detected’.

Further, it informed that in view of the prevailing situation and difficulties in movement, the principals of the respective colleges or authorised personnel are requested to collect the mark sheet during office hours from October 27 onwards from various campuses.

For districts of Dimapur, Peren, and Mon, the mark sheet collection centre is SET Dimapur Campus, NU; collection centre for Kohima and Phek districts is Meriema Campus, NU; and Lumami headquarters for Mokokchung, Wokha, Zunheboto, Longleng, Tuensang and Kiphire.

By Our Correspondent Updated: Oct 23, 2020 3:43:08 pm