Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Bihar University (BRABU), Mazaffarpur announced the part 2 result yesterday in online mode. The TDS 2017-18 part 2 result for all courses including BA, B.Com, B.Sc have been published at the official websites brabu.net, brabu.edu.in. University students can check their results by entering their roll numbers at the result check page, and also download marksheet after logging in. Those who clear their part 2 exams, can enroll for part 3 course.
Today when students visits brabu.net, they can see the running message “TDC Part-II Session 2017-18 Result” on the main page. Upon clicking it, they are taken directly to the results check page at brabu.edu.in. On entering roll number, they can see the result containing the following details: roll number, registration number, name, college, faculty, composition, MIL 100 marks, MIL 50 marks.
Besides the computerized mark sheet, a hard copy of the same is also sent to the colleges. Students can collect them from their college administration. And within 10 days, form for part 3 session will be available. At BRABU, general graduation courses as well as graduation with honors courses are taught in Bengali, Commerce, Economics, English, Hindi, History, Mathili, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Sanskrit, Sociology, Urdu, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany.
Click here to check the result of BRABU TDC Part 2
Bihar University had completed part 2 exams in March. After that, part 1 result was supposed to be announced in May, and part two results were supposed to come in June. However for reasons such as delay in transferring of papers and several others, the part 2 results kept getting delayed.
The delay in part 2 results put students in a difficult position as their part 3 was getting delayed. And those whose part 3 results got delayed were troubled because they could not take part in PG counselling. The university has decided to take steps so that next time, exams are conducted more smoothly.
It has been decided that now five exams will be held in five months. More details about the plan shall unfold as it is implemented.
B R Ambedkar Bihar University has 39 constituent colleges. They are Langat Singh College, Mahant Darshan Das Mahila College, R.D.S. College Muzaffarpur, Dr. R.M.L.S. College Muzaffarpur, M.P. Sinha Science College Muzaffarpur, R.B.B.M. College Muzaffarpur, Nitishwar Singh College Muzaffarpur, Rameshwar Singh College Muzaffarpur, L.N.T.College Muzaffarpur, M.S.K.B. College Muzaffarpur, Jiwachh College Motipur Muzaffarpur, R.C. College Muzaffarpur, S.R.P.S. College Muzaffarpur, R.N College Hajipur Vaishali, Vaishali Mahila College Hajipur Vaishali, Jamuni Lal College Hajipur Vaishali, D.C. College Hajipur Vaishali, Ray Birendra Singh College Kutubpur Kothi Hajipur Vaishali, L.N. College Vaishali, Samta College Vaishali, B.M.D. College Hajipur Vaishali, S.R.K.G. College Sitamarhi, S.L.K. College Sitamarhi, R.S.S. Science College Sitamarhi, R.S.S. Mahila College Sitamarhi, J.S. College Sitamarhi, M.S. College East Champaran, Dr. S.K. Sinha Women’s College East Champaran, S.N.S. College Hajipur, L.N.D. College East Champaran, M.S.S.G. College East Champaran, S.R.A.P. College East Champaran, K.C.T.C. College East Champaran, M.J.K. College West Champaran, R.L.S.Y. College West Champaran, T.P. Verma College West Champaran, C.N. College Sahebganj Muzaffarpur, J.B.S.D. College Bakuchi, R.P.S. College Chakeyaj Vaishali.
The university was founded in 1960. It is a public university with notable alumni such as the Indian writer and current Governor of Goa Mridula Sinha, and Hindi novelist Ravindra Prabhat.