Madras University Exam Results 2017 Declared for UG & PG Courses on results.unomac.in
The varsity had conducted semester exams for various Under Graduate, Post Graduate and Professional courses in the month of November and December 2017.
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Madras University Nov Exam Results 2017 for Under Graduate and Post Graduate programmes have been declared today by the Madras University on its official results website - results.unomac.in.
The varsity had conducted semester exams for various Under Graduate, Post Graduate and Professional courses in the month of November and December 2017. Candidates who had appeared in the same can follow the instructions below and check their result now:
How to check Madras University November Exam Results 2017
Step 1 – Visit the official website – http://results.unom.ac.in/
Step 2 – Click on the hyperlink that reads, “UG / PG / Professional Degree Examination Results - November 2017”
Step 3 – Enter your Register Number and click on Get Marks
Step 4 – Download your result and take a printout for further reference
Candidates who are not satisfied with their result or would like to opt for Revaluation can apply for the same from 2nd February 2018, once the varsity makes the link available on the official website. Candidates must apply for the Revaluation of their results on or before 8th February 2018, before the window closes.
About University of Madras:
Established in the year 1857, the University of Madras is a Public State University located in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. It is one of the oldest and most coveted universities in the country. The varsity has 109 affiliated colleges and 52 approved research institutions and has 6 campuses viz Chepauk, Marina, Guindy, Taramani, Maduravoyal and Chetpet. The University of Madras conducts semester examination for its UG, PG and Professional courses twice a year viz in April & May, and in November & December.
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