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Varsity results on June 30

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CHENNAI: The results of the B.E, B.Tech, B.Arch, B.L, M.E and M.Sc (except the five-year integrated course in Computer Science and Technology), M.A (Communication), M.B.A and M.A (HRM) semester and non-semester degree examinations held by Madras University in April this year will be published on June 30.

The results will be available on July 4 in the colleges in which the courses were offered, a press release said. Mark statements will be available at the colleges from July 8. The results can also be accessed on ww.unom.ac.in, www.southindia.com/universityof madras, ww.Chennai online.com, www.webulagam.com, www.chennaidarling.com and www.square brothers.com from 6 p.m. on June 30.

PG degree candidates applying for re-valuation can send their requests with a demand draft for Rs. 60 drawn in favour of the Registrar within 21 days from the date of publication of results, if it is their first attempt in that particular semester.

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