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University of Mumbai, Mumbai Result 2018

University of Mumbai, Mumbai Exam Results 2018. Get the examination results for all courses offered University of Mumbai

Following results have been declared recently by University of Mumbai, Mumbai:

University of Mumbai, Mumbai Result 2018 for each subject
S.No Subject Name ​ Result Date
1 MCA 17th February 2018 (Saturday)
2 BSc 17th February 2018 (Saturday)
3 BE 14th February 2018 (Wednesday)
4 MA 23rd December 2017 (Saturday)
5 MPA 24th November 2017 (Friday)
6 B.Arch 24th November 2017 (Friday)
7 MCom 24th November 2017 (Friday)
8 MLISc 24th November 2017 (Friday)
9 BSW 21st November 2017 (Tuesday)
10 BLISc 21st November 2017 (Tuesday)
11 MSc 16th November 2017 (Thursday)
12 BA 16th November 2017 (Thursday)
13 Diploma Courses 18th October 2017 (Wednesday)
14 BCom 18th October 2017 (Wednesday)
15 BMS 18th October 2017 (Wednesday)
16 B.Ed 18th October 2017 (Wednesday)
17 BMM 6th September 2017 (Wednesday)
18 BPharm 3rd September 2017 (Sunday)
19 B.Tech 3rd September 2017 (Sunday)
20 MMS 3rd September 2017 (Sunday)
21 LLM 3rd September 2017 (Sunday)
22 LLB 5 Years 3rd September 2017 (Sunday)
23 LLB 3rd September 2017 (Sunday)
24 M.Ed 3rd September 2017 (Sunday)
25 PG Diploma 18th July 2017 (Tuesday)
26 BFA 10th June 2017 (Saturday)
27 B.Voc 13th February 2017 (Monday)

About University of Mumbai

The University of Mumbai is one of the first three state universities of India and the oldest in Maharashtra. The University of Mumbai was established in 1857 after a petition from the Bombay Association to the then British government of India. Until 1904, the university only conducted examinations, awarded affiliations to colleges, developed curricula and directed guidelines to colleges for developing curricula. Teaching departments, research disciplines, and post-graduate courses were introduced from 1904. Several university departments were established, starting with the School of Sociology and Civics and Politics.

The University of Mumbai offers Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral courses apart from diplomas and certificates in many disciplines. The University of Mumbai is one of the largest universities in the world in terms of the number of students. In 2011, the total number of enrolled students was 549,432. It has 711 affiliated colleges.

Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) have been signed with University of Amsterdam, University of Bath, Liverpool Hope University, Ryerson University, IESEG School of Management, Kühne Logistics University, Tianjin University of Technology and Nankai University in China as well as Edith Cowan University in Australia.

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