University of Mumbai (MU) Exam Results 2014

University of Bombay is one of the first three oldest public state universities in India, located in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It was founded in the year 1857 and is also known as MU. The University Of Mumbai is one of the premier universities in India. It was ranked 41 among the Top 50 Engineering Schools of the world by America’s news broadcasting firm Business Insider in 2012. It offers Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees apart from diplomas and certificates in many disciplines. A majority of private colleges located in these places, which offer professional courses such as engineering, are also affiliated to MU. One of its two campuses in Mumbai is located in Kalina, Santa Cruz. Most of them are now autonomous institutes or deemed universities. It is known for delivering best in class education as it has highly educated faculties and also well-equipped campus with all the infrastructural facilities.

More on Mumbai University (MU) Results 2014:

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The University of Mumbai has undertaken many examinations in the year 2014. Huge number of students turned up for the exams and now they are excitedly waiting for their results. IndiaResults is the prominent online result portal in India and also a major result publishing unit of the university.

IndiaResults also make easy for the students to confirm their results in name-wise format and if in case any candidate forget the roll number or want to check the result of his friends then he can check it by simply entering the name. The candidates can also subscribe with us via Mobile.

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Mr. Saurabh Agarwal is currently a Founding editor for IndiaResults.com. He is having more than 15 years of experience in blogging. A blogger by ideas, an entrepreneur by choice and a techno by preference.

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