82% of LMM students from Mumbai University fail their 1st Semester exams.


Around 82% of the 700 LLM students from Mumbai University’s law department have failed the Semester-I exam held in January. The success rate of LLM students has been dismal since 2015.

Students have alleged discrepancies in the assessment process and sought reassessment of papers.

In a letter to the university, the students have claimed that merely 4% passed the LLM Semester-I exam. The university’s examination section, though, clarified that of the 1,023 students registered for the course, only 696 appeared for the exam. Of these, 18% students cleared the exam, said Vinod Malale, official spokesperson for the exam section. He said the university will look into the complaints made by the students.

The success rate in LLM exams was poor in 2017, too, when more than 85% students failed the first semester exam. The students had sought reassessment then too. In 2016, 72% students had failed the exam. Before 2015, though, the success rate had been consistent at 50%.


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