Madras University revaluation results 2017: Madras University has announced the revaluation results for various undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) and professional degree courses. The results have been released on the official website – unom.ac.in. All those students who had appeared for these exams are required to check their respective results at the website. The exams were conducted in November last year while the revaluation of the answer scripts was carried out from February 2 to February 8, 2018. Candidates who found any discrepancy in their result, were asked to apply for the revaluation of the same. Below mentioned are more details about the Madras University revaluation result 2017.
Madras University revaluation result 2017: How to check
Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to check the results Madras University revaluation:
Step 1: Go to the official website – unom.ac.in
Step 2: Under the ‘Announcement’ tab, click on ‘UG/PG/Professional Degree Examination Revaluation Results – November 2017’
Step 3: A new webpage will appear on which you will be required to enter your registration number in the provided field
Step 4: Click on the link that says ‘Get marks’
Step 5: Your marks will be displayed on the screen
Step 6: Download the same and take a printout for future reference
The university had lately had declared the results of the Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Professional Degree Examination Results on the official website itself. The last date to submit the application for revaluation online was February 8. For revaluation application, the students had to pay Rs 1000 fee per paper. However, those students who wished to opt for reconsideration, had to pay Rs 300 per paper.
About Madras University:
The University of Madras is a public state university in Chennai (formerly Madras), Tamil Nadu, India. Established in 1857, it is one of the oldest and premier universities in India. The university was incorporated by an act of the Legislative Council of India. It is a collegiate research university and has six campuses in the city viz., Chepauk, Marina, Guindy, Taramani, Maduravoyal and Chetpet. At present, there are 73 academic departments grouped under 18 schools, covering diverse areas such as sciences, social sciences, humanities, management and medicine along with 109 affiliated colleges and 52 approved research institutions.