F.E. Engineering Results,Mumbai Univesity


Mumbai university has declared results of the Fist year technology (Engineering) student's result on the 26 th March. http://mu.ac.in/res_tech.html

The University of Mumbai (known earlier as University of Bombay) is one of the oldest and premier Universities in India. It was established in 1857 consequent upon "Wood's Education Dispatch", and it is one amongst the first three Universities in India.


Mumbai university has declared results of the Fist year technology (Engineering) student's result on the 26 th March.

You can get the results on the following link.

http://mu.ac.in/res_tech.html

As usual results are quite tough.
But dont worry people.As you will move from 1st Year to 2nd year ,you will slowly understand how to tackle the exam .how to get time for study and how you can easily score upto 70%.

In my fist semester i had scored 49%.
In my last semester ihave scored 70%.
so dont take tension.Always think positive.

All the best .God bless you all.


Regards,

Sangram Nandkhile


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