The University Of Mumbai Admission 2020 Schedule for online registration to students for undergraduates, or UG, programmes. The University Of Mumbai Admission online registration is for the 2020-2021 academic session. Students of all categories and quotas, meeting the eligibility criteria, can apply for admission to the courses online from July 22. The last date of the University Of Mumbai online registration 2020 is August 4 till 1 pm.
The details of the University Of Mumbai Registration process and subsequent procedure for the undergraduate (UG) and five-year integrated courses are available on the Mumbai University website. The Candidates seeking admission to UG programmes in colleges of Arts, Science, Commerce and sub-campus of the university Thane and Ratnagiri can register themselves and submit their online application from July 22 to August 4, 2020.
The University Of Mumbai in its social media handle posted: “Admission Schedule (Pre Admission online Enrollment) of various undergraduate courses for the academic year 2020-21…” A statement issued by the university also mentions that the university will release three merit-lists for the students on August 4, August 10, and August 17, 2020.
Admission schedule ( Pre Admission online Enrolment) of various under graduate courses for the academic year 2020-21 pic.twitter.com/xBYsClFrSS
— University of Mumbai (@Uni_Mumbai) July 21, 2020
The University Of Mumbai has also provided for provisions for those students whose results are awaited or whose original mark sheets and pass certificates supporting the Class 12 results are not available. “Colleges should allot provisional admission to students and confirm the same after submission of hard copies of mark sheets and other certificates,” added the university statement.
As per the statement issued by the University Of Mumbai, students are required to submit an undertaking for confirming their candidature at any one college of the university. Applicants seeking clarifications on the Mumbai University admission process can call on the helpline number: 8411860004.