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Pre-admission registration started after announcing HSC results

The announcement of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) results on Wednesday kicked off the pre-admission registration process for undergraduate (UG) courses at the University of Mumbai (MU), a schedule for which was announced late evening.

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Starting today, June 9, admission forms have been made available online as well as offline and will be available until June 20. Similarly, the university is opening the online portal mum.digitaluniversity.ac, for pre-admission registration from June 9, until June 20.

A circular was released by Mumbai University stating, “We have directed principals of all affiliated colleges to ensure that the admission process is conducted online to avoid large gatherings of students on campus for admissions. All in-house admissions will be conducted between June 10 and June 20 this year.”

HSC had been the last board results to be announced, making way for the admissions process to UG courses to commence immediately until 2021. But this year, state universities will have to wait for class 12 results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board and Indian School Certificate (ISC) board, before announcing the entire schedule.