Mangalore University Results 2017 for B.A, B.Sc.and other courses has been announced for 2nd, 4th, 6th semster. The exam was conducted during the month of of May & June 2017.
Mangalore University University has published the B.A, B.Sc. and other courses Results at board Official Website mangaloreuniversity.ac.in.
Nearly 24,189 students took the exam in 13 degree courses. Out of all the students, 18,680 students have passed the exam.
This year the overall pass percentage has been recorded as 77.23, while the gender-wise result is 85.25% for female candidates and 65.39% for male candidates.
Steps to check Mangalore University UG result 2017 for B.A, B.Sc.and other courses
-Visit the official website of Mangalore University
-On the homepage, towards the bottom side, click on the link ‘May/June 2017 ExamResults’ under the ‘Academics’ section
-A new page will open displaying the names of courses whose results have been published
-Enter your registration number on the space given and click on ‘Check Result’-The Results will be displayed on the screen.-Check the result and save it for further reference
The Pass Percentage for other courses include:
#B.Sc. (Fashion Design) – 89.13
#B.Sc. (Food, Nutrition and Dietetics) – 83.33
#B.Sc. (Hospitality Science) – 94.69
#B.A. – 89.29B.A (HRD) – 73.85
#Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology – 87.50
#BBM – 62.68B.Com – 74.73
#BSW – 91.05
About Mangalore University
Mangalore University (MU) is a public university in Konaje, Mangalore, Karnataka, India. MU has jurisdiction over the districts of Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Kodagu.The university imparts higher education in field of arts, commerce, science, law and management. In the eighties and early nineties, prestigious engineering colleges such as the Manipal Institute of Technology and the National Institute of Technology Surathkal were affiliated to Mangalore University. These colleges have since been granted deemed university status by the Government of India and therefore are no longer affiliated to Mangalore University. The university still has several good colleges in the area affiliated to it.