Binod Bihari Mahto Koyalanchal University (BBMKU) has released the BBMKU result for 6 Semesters on the official website, bbmku.ac.in. The candidates who have appeared for the BBMKU 6th-semester exam can check their final result by mentioning their roll number along with the discipline. The University has released the 6th-semester result for all the major UG courses viz. BA, B.Sc, B.Com etc.
NCL stands for (Not Completed Lower Semester examinations), as per the university’s rules, to appear for the 6th semester, the candidates have to clear all the papers up to the 3rd semester. However, those who have cleared the VIth semester exam but have backlog papers in the 4th and 5th semesters shall be considered NCL candidates.
These candidates shall not be eligible to receive the final degree until they clear the backlogs within the prescribed time limit. Also, the result of these candidates is going to comprise the name of the year in which they have successfully cleared the backlogs. They also do not stand a chance to appear in the final merit list.
The BBMKU 6th semester exam was held from August 23, 2021, onwards for all the eligible candidates. Follow the steps in the space below to download and check the BBMKU result for the 6th semester:
Step 1: Visit the official website of BBMKU, bbmku.ac.in
Step 2: On the homepage, find and access the official result page
Step 3: Thereafter, choose the course type, semester number, discipline name, enter roll number and click on the submit button
Step 4: Check out the marks scored in the BBMKU result 2021 for the 6th semester and click on the print result link to save its copy
Details Mentioned on BBMKU 6th semester result 2021
The candidates can cross verify the following set of information available on the BBMKU 6th semester result 2021:
- Candidate’s name
- College name
- Subject wise marks scored in internal and external exam
- Aggregate marks scored
- CGPA scored
- Final result
All those who successfully clear the BBMKU 6th semester exam can get their final marksheet and a provisional degree from their respective colleges. The candidates who are not happy with their results can go for result revaluation or improvement exams to improve the aggregate marks scored in the final examination. The university is expected to release the dates for the improvement exam soon on the official website.