Osmania University BA, BSc, BCom, BBA results to be announced on 8 March: Check your results on osmania.ac.in
Osmania University will declare the first and third semester examination results of BA, BSc, BCom and Bachelor of Business Administration on 8 March. Aspirants can check their results on osmania.ac.in
The Osmania University in Hyderabad will declare the first and third semester examination results of BA, BSc, BCom and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degrees on 8 March, media reports say. Aspirants can check their results on osmania.ac.in.
According to Financial Express, the exams for these degree courses were held in December 2017. Hindustan Times reports that students who could not get through their semester examinations in their respective course can also apply for reevaluation after the results are declared by the university. The report adds that the final semester examinations of the BA, BSc, BCom and BBA degrees are slated to be held on 6 March and the hall tickets for the examinations are likely to be issued soon.
Students can check their examination results through the following steps:
- Go to the official Osmania University (OU) website osmania.ac.in.
- Click on the "Examination Results" tab on the middle of the page, on the second row in the menu.
- Click on the degree for whose result you need to check under the "Result Name" column.
- Once you are redirected to another page, fill in your details under the "Enter Hall Ticket No" category and press submit.
- Take a print of the results by pressing the "Print Page" button on the bottom and save a copy for future reference.
As has been observed over the course of the past few weeks, the dates and times of result announcements have been frequently changed around. The information above has not been independently verified. However, this article will continue to be updated to reflect official updates as and when they come in.
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