How can I get Degree Certificate?

How can I get Degree Certificate?

1. Prescribed application form of Rs. 10/- for degree certificate will be available at -
       1. Affiliated College/Institute,
       2. University Office,
       3. Pratap Philosophy Center, Amalner
       4. Mahatma Gandhi Philosophy Center, Dhule
       5. On University web site. ( Add Rs. 10/- Extra in the Convocation Fee )
2. Enclose attested Photocopy of the final year statement of Marks. (For BA/BCOM/BSC/ENGG enclosed Photocopy of first year/second year/third year statement of marks)
3. Demand Draft of Requisite Fees, of any Nationalized Bank Drawn in favor of "Registrar, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon ", OR by paying cash at Bank through Challan.
4. Photocopy of Internship Completion Certificate/Industrial Training etc. as per requirement of the particular course.

Prescribed Date for filling up the form for convocation

is as Per Notification
Fee for Convocation Degree Certificate
Sr.No Description Fee
Application Form Fee (Download from Web site ) Rs.10/-
Upto 5 years from the Date of Passing Rs.250/-
More than 5 years from the Date of Passing Rs.500/-
Late Fee (After Prescribed Date) Rs.50/-
Special Late Fee (From 15th Sept. to 15th Nov.) Rs.500/-
Air Mail Postage for ABROAD Addressee As Applicable

Degree Certificates will be issued:
1. On the Day of Convocation in presence or in absentia,
2. After convocation certificate may be obtained from Univ. Convocation Section by showing the Convocation Letter, Receipt of Fees paid and Identity Proof
3. Degree Certificates desired by post will be dispatched after one month from the Convocation ceremony.

Dhule in jalgaon

Dhule (Marathi: धुळे) is a city and a Municipal Corporation in Dhule district in northwestern part of Maharashtra state, India. It is one of the very few well-planned cities of India before Indian Independence.Dhule is located at 20°54′N 74°47′E / 20.9°N 74.78°E / 20.9; 74.78.[2] It has an average elevation of 240 metres (787 feet).Dhule lies in the Khandesh region, which forms the northwest corner of southern India's Deccan Plateau in the valley of the Tapi river along the banks of Panzara River  (पांझरा). Devi Ekveera (Goddess) Temple is very famous and is situated at the banks of Panzara river. The Nehru Stadium (for wrestling champions), the cricket stadium, Santoshi Mata, nakane lake, swaminarayan temple, laling fort (Killa), Shivaji statue i.e.Shiv-Tirth, panch-kandil market, shivaji market, fruit market, Agra road market, Gandhi Putla (statue), Sawarkar Putla, Guru-Shishya Chowk, Rani Laxmi Bai Putla,Rana-Pratap Putla, Jai-Hind college, S S V P S college, VWS college, 2 medical and 3 engineering colleges, etc.are few of the famous places in dhule


Dhule became part of the Mughal Empire in 1601, during the reign of Akbar. In the 18th century Dhule came under Maratha rule. In 1818, Dhule was annexed by the British, and was included in the Bombay Presidency. Dhule city is a well planned city, and it is believed that it was planned by Capt. James Briggs. After Indian independence in 1947, Bombay Presidency became Bombay State, which in 1960 was divided along linguistic lines into the new states of Maharashtra and Gujarat.

The ancient name of this region was Rasika. It is bounded on the east by Berar (ancient Vidarbha) , on the north by the Nemad district (ancient Anupa) and on the south by the Aurangabad (ancient Mulaka) and Bhir (ancient Asmaka) districts. Later the country came to be called as Seunadesa after king, Seunchandra of the early Yadava dynasty, who rule over it. Subsequently its name was changed to Khandesh to suit the title Khan given to the Faruqi kings by Ahmad I of Gujarat.

During Aryans penetration to the Deccan, ‘Agastya’ was the first Aryan who crossed Vindhya and resided on the bank of Godavari. This territory was included in the empire of Ashoka. Pusyamitra, the founder of Sanga dynasty overthrow Maurya dynasty. Later on Satavahan ruled over the region. Around 250 A.D., the Satavahans were supplanted by the Abhiras in Western Maharashtra (Regan Isvarsena). The names of Feudatories of Abhiras ruled in Khandesh are found on copperplates discovered at Kalachala (Gujarath) and Cave X5II at Ajanta. After downfall of Satavahans the Vakatakas rose to power in Vidarbha. The Vakatakas were over thrown by Rastrakuta family. This region was ruled by Chalukyas of Badami and subsequently the Yadavas.

In A.D. 1296, Ala-ud-din Khilji invaded Ramachandra Yadava who had paid heavy ransom. His son Sankaragana discontinued this practice of sending the stipulated tribute to Delhi and was later on attacked and slain by Malik Kafur in A.D.1318.

In 1345, Devagiri was passed into the hands of Hasan Gangu, the founder of Bahamani dynasty. Khandesh forms the Southern boundaries of the Taghlug empire.

In 1370, Firoz Taghluq assigned the district of Thalner and Karavanda to Malik Raja Faruqui, the founder of ‘Faruqui’ dynasty. His family claimed descent from the Khaliph Umer Faruq. He established himself at Thalner. The Governor of Gujarath honored Malik Raja with the little ‘Sipahsalar of Khandesh’. From the title 'Khan' the region came to be known as ‘Khandesh’ - the country of Khan. During the period, a rich ahir “Asa” of Asirgad had many storehouse in Gondvana and Khandesh which were opened in order to sell the corn. However, his wife was of a charitable disposition persuaded Asa to allow the grains to be distributed to the poor and suffering without payment to which Asa agreed. It was also with a view to employ many of the sufferers as labourers that Asa levelled the old wall of Asir and constructed a new fort of masonry. Asa also distributed food to aged and decrepit who were unable to performed manual labour. The Ahir chief in spite of his wealth and strength of this fort, acknowledged the supremacy of Malik Raja bequeathed Laling to his elder son Malik Nasir and Thalner to Malik Iftikar.

Malik Nasir had decided upon seizing Asirgad and making of it his own capital. He, therefore wrote to Asa complaining that he was in great straits as the chief of Baglana, Antur and Kherla were rising against him. Of those two had collected large forces. Laling, to close to enemy territories was not a safe retreat. He requested Asa to afford his family a safe retreat. Asa ordered suitable apartments set up for Malik Nasir’s ladies. Shortly after, several covered litters with women were brought to into Asirgad and were visited by Asa’s wife and daughters. Next day another of 200 litters arrived reportedly occupied by Malik Nasir’s family. Asa along with his son went to receive them but to his astonishment instead of women, he found the litters full of armed soldiers who leapt up and murdered Asa and his innocent sons in cold blood. Not a single male child in the family was left alive. The treacherous and cunning Malik Nasir repaired from his camp at laling to the fort of Asir. Shortly after this a disciple of Shaikh Zain Uddin, the tutelary saint of the family came to congratulate Malik Nasir on his success. On his advice, Malik Nasir built two cities on the bank of Tapi, on the east Bank called Zainabad after the Saikh and the other on the west Bank called Burhanpur after Saikh Burhanuddin of Daulatabad. The Burhanpur became the capital of Farugui dynasty.

In 6the January 1601 Khandesh came under Akbar regime. Khandesh was fancifully named by Akbar a Dandes after his son Daniyal. In 1634 Khandesh was made into a “Suba”. On 3 June 1818 the Peshva surrendered himself before British and Khanesh came under British rules.

Dhule City
The recent survey at Prakashe and Dhule along the Tapi and Panjhara respectively, have brought to light several Paleolithic tools which shed considerable light on the activities of early men in this region. Excavations at Prakashe have yielded in the upper levels a kind of glass ware popularly known as the Northern Black Polished ware, attributed to 4th-3rd centuries B.C. roughly representing the period of Ashok, the Mauryan ruler. Inscription in the caves at Pitalkhova incised during this period, go to show that the region had contract with Paithan, the capital of the Satavahana dynasty.

Shirpur plants of Maharaja Rudradasa and the other records indicate that certain ruler called, Syamidasa Bhulunda and Rudradasa were ruling in Khandesh in about A.D. 316-367, but the data is very meagre and hardly convincing. Towards the close of the 5 the 5th centre A.D. the Chalukya’s under Pulakeshi I extended their kingdom as far south as Vatapi (Badami) and Khandesh was probably held by their vessels, the Sendrakas. Immediately after the Sendrakas, of whome the last Sendrakas of whom the last ruler Veradeva is known from the copper plate charter dated ‘shaka’ 624 (A.D 702) found at Mehunbare in Jalgaon, this region seen to have came in the possession of the Rashtrakutas. After downfall of Rashtrakutas several minor feudatory families were found to be ruling in Dhule and who owed their allegiance to a new power viz the Yadavas. The Yadavas of Devagiri came into prominence during the last quarter of the 13th century A.D. They had previously been ruling over Seunadesh (Khandesh ) as feudatories of the Chalukya of Kalyani. The Yadavas yielded to the onslaught of Al-Ud-din Khilji, who invide the kingdom in 1294. In A.D1318 the Hindu kingdom of Devagiri come to an end. The Khiljis retained their hold over that territory up to 1370. In that year “Subhas” of Thalner and Karavandi were granted to Malik Raja Faruqui by Sultan Firoz Tughluq. During his days tow fort or ‘gadhi’ were built in Devpur and old Dhule areas respectively of which a one in Devpur was washed along in 1872 flood of the Panjhava which caused considerable damage. It was controlled by Faruqui’s till 1600 from its nearness to the important fort of laling, Dhule is probably a very old settlement. During the region of Akbar, Khandesh, of which Dhule formed a part, came to be dominated by the Moghals, and early in 1629. when Delhi emperors were bringing khandesh into order the village of “Dholia” is mentioned as the place where Khvaja Abul Hasan, Shah Jahan’s general passed the rainy season..

In 1723, Nizams-ul- Mulk Asaf Jah 1 who was the Moghal governor of Malva revolted against that power and became independent. He died in 1798. His son Salabat Jung was Nizam in 1752 when he was defeated by the Marathas at Bhalki. As per the term of the treaty of Balki, practically the entire Khandesh came under the control of the Marathas and remained so until 1818. In the famine that befell the country in 1803 Dhule was completed deserted. In the following years Balaji Balvant, a dependent of Vittal Narsing Vinchurkar repeopled the village and in return received from the Vinchurkar a deed granting his certain land and privilege. At the same time he repaired the ‘Gadhi’ in Devpur and built the division known as Ganesh Peth in old Dhule. Being afterwards entrusted with the entire management of the district of Songir and Laling, Balaji Balvant fixed his head quarter at Dhule and continued to exercise his authority till 1818, in which year the country passed to the British. In 1819 Captain Briggs, the first political agent, made Dhule the district headquarters probably for its central position and because it was on the high road between Poona and Hindustan. The town was then very small, short in by the water channels and the river, and without workmen to make even simple screw. When Captain Briggs took over, the town had only three division, viz old Dhule, Devpur and Moglai. New Dhule and Peth previously known as Brigg’s peth were his creations. The framework of the city is made up of a number of parallel lanes, the Mumbai Agra road itself forming the third lane from the west, and cross streets at right angles to them. Merchants and others were invited from Burhanpur, Master carpenters and smiths were brought from Mumbai, Surat and residence and three offices were built. Dhule was once again put on the way of prosperity.

In the year 1906 for administrative purposes,the Khandesh was divided into two districts known as West Khandesh and East Khandesh. West Khandesh retaining Dhule, Nandurbar, Navapur, Peta, Pimpalner, Shahada, Shirpur, Shindkheda and Taloda Talukas of the old Khandesh district.

In the year 1887 the Headquarter of Pimpalner taluka was transferred to Sakri and in 1908 the name was also changed to Sakri Taluka. In 1950 the Akkalkuwa was created as a new Taluka. In the year 15 August 1900 Dhule-Chalisgaon Railway was started.

In 1960 Dhule becomes a part of Maharashtra state from old Bombay state. From 1st - July - 1998 Dhule District in divided in two districts Viz. Dhule and Nandurbar. The Nandurbar is created as a new district. The District Dhule is now having Four Talukas Viz. Dhule, Sakri, Shirpur and Shindkheda with Headquarter at Dhule.

Onida, Hindustan Uniliver interested in Nardana (Dhule) MIDC setup

Onida, Hindustan Uniliver interested in Nardana (Dhule) MIDC setup:
Dhule district has golden time with large number of government and alike setup continuing to inflow. Ample water, railways facility, four lane express highway, easy connectivity with Mumbai, lower rates have attracted India’s leading industries like Onida and Hindustan Uniliver subsidiary company in Nardana MIDC area. Onida reviewed its required land availability of 50 acres and HUL subsidiary third party reviewed 20 acres land requirement. Arrival of both companies would add golden arm to Dhule’s growth.


North Maharashtra University results 2015 |FYBSc CGPA College Wise SOG for Information

North Maharashtra University results 2015 |FYBSc CGPA College Wise SOG for Information

North Maharashtra University results 2015 |FYBSc CGPA College Wise SOG for Information North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon

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Arts and Fine Arts

Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2009-10 M. A. English Part-II
2009-10 M. A. Hindi Part-II
2009-10 F. Y. B. F. A. Applied Art
2009-10 F. Y. B. F. A. Drawing and Painting
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Defence and Strategic Studies Sem I and II
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Economics
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. English
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Geography
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Hindi
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. History
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Islamic Culture
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Marathi
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Music
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Persian
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Philosophy, Logic and Methodology of Science
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Psychology
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Sanskrit, Ardhmagdhi, Pali, F.Y.B.Com. Sanskrit
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Sociology
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Urdu Functional & Applied
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Urdu General
2009-10 F.Y.B.A.Political science & public administration
2009-10 M. A. Marathi Part-II
2009-10 M. A. Psychology Part- II
2009-10 M.A Economics Part II
2009-10 M.A. (Part-II) Defence and Strategic Studies
2009-10 M.A.- M.Sc. Geography
2009-10 M.A. Part - II History
2009-10 M.A. Part - II Philosophy
2009-10 M.A. Part - II Political Science
2009-10 M.A. Part - II Sociology
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Computer
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Defence & Strategic Studies
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Drama
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Drama Direction special
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Geography
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Hindi, Hindi Gen, Prayojanmulak Hindi, Hindi Spl III, Hindi Spl IV
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Marathi
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Music
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Pali General, Ardhmadghi General, Sanskrit General, M. A. Part II
2009-10 T. Y. B. A. Sanskrit, M. A. Sanskrit Part II
2009-10 T.Y.B.A Urdu, General Paper, Islamic Studies-Culture, Persian General, Special Paper IV, Special Paper III, Urdu Applied and Functional, M.A. Urdu Part-II
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Economics
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. English Compulsory Paper, General Paper-III, Special Paper-III, Special Paper-IV
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. History and History of Civilization
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Philosophy
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Political Science and Public Administration
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Psychology
2009-10 T.Y.B.A. Sociology
2008-09 MA English Part-I
2008-09 MA Hindi Part - I
2008-09 MA Marathi Part - I
2008-09 MA Part-I Sanskrit
2008-09 MA Urdu Fiction, Drama Aur Novel
2008-09 MA Urdu Ist Year Classical Prose UR-01
2008-09 MA Urdu Ist Year History Of Urdu Language
2008-09 MA Urdu Ist Year Paper II Classical Poetry UR-02
2008-09 SY BA And MA-I Sanskrit-Ardhamagdhi
2008-09 SY BA And MA-I Sanskrit-Pali
2008-09 SY BA English
2008-09 SY BA Geography
2008-09 SY BA Hindi
2008-09 SY BA Islamic Culture Studies
2008-09 SY BA Marathi
2008-09 SY BA Music G2
2008-09 SY BA Natyashashtra
2008-09 SY BA Natyashashtra S1 & S2
2008-09 SY BA Persian
2008-09 SY BA Sanskrit G2
2008-09 SY BA Urdu Applied And Functional
2008-09 SY BA Urdu General G2
2008-09 SY BA Urdu Special Paper - I
2008-09 SY BA Urdu Special Paper - II
2007-08 FY BA English
2007-08 FY BA HINDI
2007-08 FY BA Islamic Culture
2007-08 FY BA MUSIC
2007-08 FY BA Sanskrit, Pali, Ardhamaghadhi
2007-08 FY BA Urdu Functional & Applied
2007-08 FY BA Urdu General

Commerce and Management

Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2010-11 Equivalences for F.Y.B.Com, S.Y.B.Com, F.Y.B.B.M.(E-COM), F.Y.B.B.A.,F.Y.B.B.M.
2010-11 Equivalences for T.Y.B.B.A, T.Y.B.B.M., T.Y.B.B.M.(E-COM)
2010-11 Equivalences for T.Y.B.COM, S.Y.B.B.M.(E-COM), S.Y.B.B.A., S.Y.B.B.M.
2010-11 Structure of (M. Com.)
2010-11 Structure of MBM (Computer Management)
2010-11 Structure of MBM (Personnel Management)
2009-10 Cumulative Grade Point Assessment System Commerce and Management
2009-10 F.Y.B.A. Sanskrit, Ardhmagdhi, Pali, F.Y.B.Com. Sanskrit
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. English
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Geography
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Hindi
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Marathi
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Semester Wise Syllabus
2009-10 F.Y.B.Com. Urdu General
2009-10 M.B.A. Sem-I
2009-10 M.B.A. Sem-II
2009-10 S.Y.B.B.A. Semester III
2009-10 S.Y.B.B.A. Semester IV
2009-10 S.Y.B.B.M. Semester III
2009-10 S.Y.B.B.M. Semester IV
2009-10 S.Y.B.C.A. Semester III
2009-10 S.Y.B.C.A. Semester IV
2009-10 S.Y.B.Com
2009-10 S.Y.B.e-Com. Semester III
2009-10 S.Y.B.e-Com. Semester IV
2008-09 BBA Revised Course Structure
2008-09 BBM (e-Com) Revised Course Structure
2008-09 BBM Revised Course Structure
2008-09 BCA Structure & First Year
2008-09 BCom Revised Course Structure
2008-09 FYBBA
2008-09 FYBBM
2008-09 FYBBM (e Com)
2008-09 FYBCOM
2008-09 FYBCOM Business Geography
2008-09 FYBCOM Compulsory English
2008-09 M.B.A. course Functional elective - New Specialization In Retail Management Syllabus

Engineering & Technology

Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2009-10 B.E. Biotechnology
2009-10 Credit Structure and Examination Rules for B. Tech. (Chem. Engg., Chem. Tech.)
2009-10 M.Tech Oleochemicals & Surfactant Technology
2009-10 M.Tech. Chemical Engineering
2009-10 M.Tech. Nano Science and Techhnology
2009-10 M.Tech. Pharmaceutical Techhnology
2009-10 M.Tech. Polymer Techhnology
2008-09 B. E. Automobile Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Chemical Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Civil Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Computers
2008-09 B. E. Electrical Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Electronics & Telecommunication
2008-09 B. E. Electronics Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Information Technology
2008-09 B. E. Mechanical Engineering
2008-09 B. E. Production Engineering
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-1 Process Intrumentation
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-2 Bio Medical Instrumentation
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-3 Process Planning Estimation & Economics
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Adaptive And Optimal Control
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Artificial Intelligence
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Environmental Instrumentation
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Modelling And Simualtion
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-4 Virtual Instrumentation
2008-09 Sem-I Paper-5 Digital Signal Processing
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-1 Distributed Control System
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-2 Computer Networking
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-3 Instrumentation System Design
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Embedded System Design
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Image Processing
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Instrumentation for Agriculture, Food & Pharmaceutical Industry
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Neural And Fuzzy Logic Control
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-4 Robotics And Automation
2008-09 Sem-II Paper-7 Entrepreneuriship Development Skills
2008-09 Structure Of Teaching And Evaluation (B. E. Instrumentation)
2008-09 TE Biotechnology
2008-09 Term - I Project
2008-09 Term - I Seminar
2008-09 Term - II Industrial Visit
2008-09 Term - II Project
2007-08 M.Tech (VLSI Technology)
2007-08 M.Tech.Polymer Tech
2007-08 SE Engg Biotech
2007-08 TE Engg Automobiles
2007-08 TE Engg Chemical
2007-08 TE Engg Civil
2007-08 TE Engg Computer
2007-08 TE Engg Electrical
2007-08 TE Engg Electronics
2007-08 TE Engg Electronoics and Tele Communication Electronics and Communication
2007-08 TE Engg Information Technology
2007-08 TE Engg Instrumentation
2007-08 TE Engg Mech
2007-08 TE Engg Production
2007-08 TE Engineering Structure Instrumentation

Faculty Of Education

Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2008-09 B.Ed
2008-09 B.P.Ed
2008-09 M.P.Ed
2008-09 Revised Syllabus for M.Ed

Medicine & Pharmacy

Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2009-10 B.Tech (Cosmetic)
2009-10 M. Pharm Syllabus
2009-10 Pharm. D. Syllabus
2006-07 B. Pharm. Scheme for Semester Pattern
2006-07 B. Pharm. Sem I & II (06-07)
2006-07 B. Pharm. Sem III & IV (07-08)
2006-07 B. Pharm. Sem V & VI (08-09)
2006-07 B. Pharm. Sem VII & VIII (09-10)

Mental, Moral and Social Sciences

Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2009-10 SY BA Philososphy
2008-09 Equivalence for SYBA MA FYB.Com S.Y.B.Sc (Old and New)
2008-09 MA Defence And Strategic Studies
2008-09 MA Economics
2008-09 MA History Part I
2008-09 MA Philosophy
2008-09 MA Physchology
2008-09 MA Political Science
2008-09 MA Sociology
2008-09 SY BA Geography
2008-09 SYBA Defence And Strategic Studies
2008-09 SYBA Economics
2008-09 SYBA History and History of Civilization
2008-09 SYBA Logic And Methodology Of Science
2008-09 SYBA Philosophy
2008-09 SYBA Physchology
2008-09 SYBA Political Science
2008-09 SYBA Sociology
2007-08 FYBA Defence And Strategic Studies
2007-08 FYBA Economics
2007-08 FYBA History
2007-08 FYBA Philosophy
2007-08 FYBA Political Science
2007-08 FYBA Psychology
2007-08 FYBA Sociology


Implementation Academic Year Course Name
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Biotechnology
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Botany
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Chemistry
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Computer Science
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Electronics
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Geography
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Geology
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Mathematics (Revised)
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Physics
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Statistics
2009-10 F.Y.B.Sc. Zoology
2009-10 M.A.- M.Sc. Geography
2009-10 Part-II M.Sc.-Drug Chemistry
2009-10 T.Y B.Sc. Mathematics
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Biochemistry
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Biotechnology
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Botany
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Chemistry
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Computer Science
2009-10 T.Y.B.SC. Electronics
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Environmental Sciences
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Geography
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Geology
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Microbiology
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Physics
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Statistics
2009-10 T.Y.B.Sc. Zoology
2008-09 M.Sc. Bio-Chemistry Part-II
2008-09 MA And M.Sc Geography
2008-09 Part-I M.Sc.-Drug Chemistry
2008-09 Part-II M.Sc.-Statistics
2008-09 Part-II MSc.- Microbiology
2008-09 Part-II MSc.-Biotechnology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Bio-Chemistry
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Bio-Technology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Botany
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Chemistry
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Computer Science
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Electronics
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc English
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Geography
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Geology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Information Technology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Marathi
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Mathematics
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc MicroBiology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Physchology
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Physics
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Statistics
2008-09 S.Y.B.Sc Zoology
2007-08 F.Y.B.Sc. Biochemistry
2007-08 F.Y.B.Sc. Microbiology
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Biochemistry
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Biotechnology
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Botany
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Chemistry
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Computer Science
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Electronics
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Geology
2007-08 F.Y.BSc I.T.
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Mathematics
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Microbiology
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Physics
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Statistics
2007-08 F.Y.BSc Zoology
2007-08 FY BA BSc Geography
2007-08 FY BA BSc Geology
2007-08 M.C.A.
2007-08 M.Sc. Computer Science
2007-08 M.Sc. Electronics
2007-08 Part I M.Sc.-Biochemistry
2007-08 Part-I M.Sc.-Biotechnology
2007-08 Part-I M.Sc.-Microbiology
2007-08 Part-I M.Sc.-Statistics
2007-08 PGDAS (PG Diploma in Actuarial Science)

NMU RESULT - SYBA Old 100 Marks Exam Results 2015

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