Shivaji University organizes the semester examinations in the months of April/May & November/December every year. The University announces the results online on its official website only. Examination board of Shivaji University is responsible for all exam concerned activities including semester exams, assessment of response scripts & the effective evaluation process. Every year, Controller of Examination, evaluate the performance of more than 2,00,000 students spread over 34 PG courses & more than 200 affiliated colleges situated in Kolhapur, Sangli & Satara districts.
Students of Shivaji University can check their exam schedule (both final & revised) for all Post Graduate courses & courses under Directorate of Distance Education, Shivaji University by following the official website only. Candidates must go via the given steps to download the course-wise exam schedule:
Shivaji University organizes the semester examinations in the months of April/May & November/December every year. The University announces the results online on its official website only. In order to download the full statement of marks or to check the online result sheet, students must follow the given steps:
If any student is not satisfied with their marks in particular subject, then they can apply for rechecking of their response sheet by following a fixed procedure as prescribed by the University. Revaluation form must be filled by the students (Forms can be downloaded straight by student login) within 15 days after the declaration of the result along with fees of INR 50 only.
Students have to apply for verification by post/courier or in person only on the behalf of the related college or say affiliated college. After receiving the application, related colleges transfer the application to Shivaji University’s board of Examination along with the fees.
Status of revaluation is communicated to the student within 45 days after the submission of the application. In order to verify the revaluation status, students have to follow the same steps as that applicable for the regular results.
Note: Aspirants are permitted to apply for verification for three subjects only as per the examination.
An aspirant who passes in all subjects without grace marks, but whose total number of marks lag behind for achieving second class/higher second class or first class by marks not more than 1% (10 marks) of the total aggregate marks. In that case, students are offered with grace marks with respect to the below mentioned conditions:
|Aggregate Marks||Grace Marks|
|Up to 50||2|
|51 to 100||3|
|101 to 150||4|
|151 to 200||5|
|201 to 250||6|
|251 to 300||7|
|301 to 350||8|
|351 to 400||9|
|401 & above||10|