Tumkur University has declared the results of 1st and 6th Semester Exams 2020-21 on its website tumkuruniversity.ac.in. Students who have appeared for the semester exams now can check the results of B.Com, B.A and B.Sc course using their registration number.
In order to check the Tumkur University result, candidates need to visit the website tumkuruniversity.ac.in. Thereafter, they have to click on "Results" from the drop-down menu of the Examination section. In a new window, result login page will open. Wherein, candidates have to enter their registration number and select the semester/ course.
The scorecard contains key details including Roll number, subject-wise obtained marks, passing status, and student's personal details. All students have to cross-check the details given on the homepage and download the same for future reference.
In addition to the aforesaid result checking instructions, for the reference of the students a direct Link to check Tumkur University result 2021 is also facilitated. Among the recently updated semester results, there are several courses including B.A, B.Sc, B.Com, BBA, MA, MCom, MCA, MSc, among others.
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It should be noted that the declaration of results is a continuous process. The pending results are expected to be declared in due course of time. Hence, the students are asked to keep a check at the University website and its result portal from time to time.
Students who qualify in their University 6th semester or final year exams will be issued original degrees, certificates. On the other hand, students who clear 1st-semester exams are promoted to next year. Those who do are not satisfied with the result can apply for the revaluation or re-appear exams, which will be held later this year.
BA Semester 1 Results 2021
BCom 1st Semester Result 2020-21
BSc Semester 6 Result 2021
B.Com (Hons) Semester 1 Examination Result
B.Sc Hons 1st Semester Result Examination 2021
EMS Revaluation Result 2021
It is suggested that only students who are confident about getting more marks than allotted, have to apply for the rechecking/ revaluation. Or they can take the re-appear examination that will tentatively be held later this year.