Monday, 27 March 2017

Calicut University 1st and 3rd Semester Result 2016-17 - MA, MSC

Calicut University 1st and 3rd Semester Result 2016-17 - MA, MSC:  As per Univesity Schedule, Examination Regular/ Supplementary  Result for First Year Students of  Calicut University for the Batch 2016-2017 has been Declared Today for MA, MSC Batch. As per Latest Calicut University Board Report, the Pass Percentage of MA has been hiked to  .98% from the previous year and MSC Applied Science and M.Sc Chemistry has lowered the pass percentage while in comparison with the previous year university result.

The Board has recently announced First-year Results for some batches on previous weeks. As per scheduled university has been announcing more batch results this week itself for the application for evaluation and improvement has to be done along with Supplementary examinations 2017.

Calicut University 1st and 3rd Semester Result 2016-17

There were around 8 lakhs of candidates appeared for MA and MSC in altogether under Calicut university for the academic year 2016-2017.

The Regular Batch examination result for MA has undergone double valuation due to tough questionaries as well as M.Sc batch undergone loose valuation due to the same. The boy's candidates appeared for the qualifying examination as said above is more than the girl aspirants for the examination.

The supplementary result for MA and M.Sc batch for the first year and second year will be announcing soon at the official portal. In order to check result online for the First year, Students should follow the same steps given below. There is no need for 3rd sem batch to follow, as the batch can follow the instruction that has done alike previous year done.

Log on to Calicut University Result portal
Enter your Univ. Reg.No.
Enter the spam id code
Follow the notification.
Result will be noted in CGPA Point as well as in Grade system
Cross check the marks and percentage

If any of the candidates happens to see the error regarding the same, please ASAP clarify it with the university board.



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