Madras University 2018 Result: MU Declares Result for UG / PG / Professional Degree Examination
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Madras University (MU) has announced the re-totaling results for the UG / PG / Professional degree examination.

While the varsity conducted the exam in April this year, candidates can check the Madras University declared UG/ PG April Re-totalling Results 2018 online. 

The students need their registration number to check their respective results.

How to check result MU UG/ PG April Re-totalling Results 2018? 
The simple steps to check result as follows: 
Step 1: Visit
Step 2: Go to the UG / PG / Professional Degree Examination Revaluation Results - April 2018 option. 
Step 3: Enter the required information. 
Step 4: The result will pop up on the computer screen. 

MU has released the regular result for degree examination for UG, PG and Professional courses. 

Students can check their results online. 

MU Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) April 2018 exams had begun on April 10 alongside, Bachelor of Sciences (BSc) and Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) degree Choice Based Credit System examinations.

Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree Choice Based Credit System examinations and BCom (Honours) degree examinations had begun on April 11.

The regular results were published last week for the UG, PG and professional courses.

The results are also available on some of the third party websites.

The varsity has concluded the registration process for admission to PG and MPhil courses recently.



Two years (four semesters)
Each academic year shall be divided into two semesters. The odd semesters shall
consist of the period from June to November of each year and the even semesters
from December to April of each year.

There shall be not less than 90 working 'days for each semester.

Eligibility: Students shall be eligible to go to subsequent semester only if they earn sufficient attendance as prescribed therefor by the Syndicate from time to time.
Attendance: All Students must earn 75% and above of attendance for appearing for the University Examination. (Theory/Practical).

Condonation of shortage of attendance: If a Student fails to earn the minimum attendance (Percentage stipulated), the Principals shall condone the shortage of
attendance upto a maximum limit of 10% (i.e. between 65% and above and less than 75%) after collecting the prescribed fee of Rs.250/-each for Theory/Practical
examination separately, (Theory Rs.250/- Per semester/Per Student: Practical Rs.250/- Per semester/Per Student) towards the condonation of shortage of
attendance. Such fees collected and should be remitted to the University.

About MU 
The University of Madras has a historical monument – Senate House – which is one of the landmarks of the city of Chennai. The Senate House, the University's first building, inaugurated in the year 1879, is a masterpiece of Robert Fellowes Chisholm, an architect of the 19th century

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