According to latest reports, the Bombay High Court has put a stay order on the Maharashtra MBA Common Entrance Test (MAH MBA CET) 2021 results after a petition was filed against the exam. Since the last two days, the situation has been confusing, to say the least. Initially, an unofficial link was being circulated on social media platforms claiming to host the MBA CET 2021 results. Later on, the site stated that results would come out soon. Now, the Bombay High Court has put a stay order on the results, leaving candidates thoroughly confused about when the results will come out. To ease their confusion, here’s all they need to know –
On October 05, 2021, a link with the name “Admit Card Builder 2” was being widely circulated on all social media platforms. This link claimed to host the MAHA MBA CET 2021 results. candidates could check their results by entering their registration number and password in the spaces provided. However, the state common entrance test cell did not confirm whether this link was credible or not.
A day later, this link showed something different – Score Card will be Available soon. Thereafter, both students and news portals began questioning the credibility of this website. If this wasn’t confusing enough, the Bombay High Court has now put a stay order on the MAHA MBA CET 2021 results, as reported by LawBeat.
The MAHA MBA CET 2021 examination was held on September 16, 17 and 18, 2021, and results were expected to come out by the 28th of the same month. However, that didn’t happen and the wait for results got prolonged. Till yesterday, Times Now and other portals claimed that results would come out latest by October 20, 2021. However, with this stay order, results might just get delayed further.
So the question is – why did the high court stay the results? It was because of a petition filed by candidates stating that the exam was not being conducted in accordance with the rules stated in the information brochure. The brochure had specified a topuc or subject-wise marking scheme. But the same was not reflected in the exam slots. The students did try approaching the authorities via email and follow-ups. However, there was no response from the other end which is why they were compelled to file a petition. In their petition, students are asking the state to conduct a re-examination rather than use the current marks. A further discussion on this matter is expected to happen on October 11, 2021.