Mangalore University is facing challenges in publishing exam results due to incomplete data transfer from the old exam management software, MULinx, to the new Unified University and College Management System (UUCMS). This has caused delays in the announcement of results, causing anxiety among students.
The university switched from MULinx to UUCMS in 2021, but the complete data migration has not yet been completed. This has led to discrepancies in the data, making it difficult to generate accurate results. As a result, the university has been unable to release the results of backlog examinations.
Mangalore University is facing challenges in Declaring Results
A senior official from the university’s examination department expressed concern about the impact of this delay on students’ futures. “If the issue is not resolved at the earliest, the candidates will be at the receiving end,” the official said. “Their future will be jeopardized.”
The university is working to resolve the data migration issue as soon as possible. However, it is unclear when the results will be released. In the meantime, students are advised to stay updated on the university’s website for the latest information.
- Mangalore University is facing delays in publishing exam results due to incomplete data transfer.
- The university switched from MULinx to UUCMS in 2021, but the data migration has not been completed.
- The delays have caused anxiety among students, particularly those with backlog examinations.
- The university is working to resolve the issue as soon as possible.