Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University (MPMSU) Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, announced the results of 2nd semester B.Sc Nursing exams today evening. Students who were enrolled in the Bachelor of Science Nursing program, in their second semester, and appeared in the semester exams, can now check their result at mpmsu.edu.in, mpmsuexams.com.
MPMSU has published the notification for result at mpmsu.edu.in. However the results have been hosted at mpmsuexams.com, which candidates can check by their enrollment number.
The direct link to check result is mpmsuexams.com/mpmsu/StudentServices/frmViewStudentResult.aspx.
On that page, candidates have to enter their enrollment number, then select exam series, and exam type from the two consecutive dropdowns. Doing so, will display their result on the screen. Candidates may print the result or save pdf of the same for future reference. Marksheets need to be taken from the college later. Result announcement was made vide notification no. MPMSU / Exam / 2019 / 8358.
The announced result shows candidates’ subject wise marks and status of qualifying the papers as well as the semester. For any grievance related to the results, students can reach out to the college or university authorities, keeping in mind the rules for rechecking, revaluation and related topics laid down by the university.
MPMSU or Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University conducts exams for B.Sc Nursing, BNYS, BAMS, BHMS, MBBS, BDS, as well as PG degree and diploma programs on scheduled dates. All the exams are held as per the finalized time tables uploaded at the website. Separate exam dates are decided for each course, semester, and type of exam.
The varsity is also known as Madhya Pradesh Ayurvigyan Vishwavidyalaya or Medical Science University. It is the central body for all medicine, dental, nursing, paramedical, ayurveda, homeopathic, unani, and yoga colleges in the state. Around 271 colleges are under it, and yearly around 24 thousand students take admission in them.
Dr. RS Sharma, MD Medicine and DM Cardiology from AIIMS New Delhi is the current Vice Chancellor of MPMSU. His association with the medical college has its roots back in 1984.
Last month, the university was in the news for expressing willingness to run bridge courses for dentists in 13 government colleges, with the aim of allowing them to practice modern medicine. The university VC has written to the health minister to tell that the university can run the crash course for BDS and AYUSH doctors so that they can start practicing modern medicine in rural areas.
For MBBS students under MPMSU, the norms dictate that students should get 50% in practical exams and 50% in aggregate to pass.
In the beginning of the year, the university was applauded for notifying students that those who had filled the form but do not want to take exams can sit in special exams later, a step benefiting the interests of students.