The University of Kashmir has recently declared the results of the regular courses run in the university for Bachelor Degree including BA (Bachelor of Arts), B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) and B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce) respectively. Applicants who participated in the annual examination scheduled and conducted in the month of October/November 2015 may now access their results from the official website of university. Download Kashmir University UG Results for BA, B.Sc., B.Com 1st Year Exam 2015 from here. Also Read - West Bengal MBBS Seats Increased to 4,000: CM Mamata Banerjee

The University of Kashmir is one of the leading educational institutions in the state of Kashmir offering higher education to candidates in various disciplines including Arts, Commerce & Management, Dentistry, Engineering, Biological Sciences, Applied Science & Technology, Oriental Learning, Social Science, Education, Law, Medicine, Physical & Material Sciences, Music & Fine Arts and Unani Medicine respectively. Read more:  AIIMS MBBS Entrance Result 2016 declared at aiimsexams.org: Check AIIMS MBBS Counselling schedule here Also Read - Will Convert All State-Run Madrasas Into a General School: Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma

Downloading Process for University of Kashmir UG October/November 2015 Exam Results-
1.Applicants should log on to the official website of Kashmir University at kashmiruniversity.net.
2.Open the result page of website and find the result for concerned examinations.
3.Click on the active links of “View Result –BA, B.Sc., B.Com 1st Year Examination Oct-Nov 2015”.
4.Enter your roll number or registration number in the appropriate places.
5.Submit and print your results as it gets displayed in the computer screens. Also Read - Anything For Education: Goa Students Trek 3km Everyday to Reach Hilltop to Access Internet For Online Classes

The Kashmir University was founded in the year 1948. The University was initially combined with the University of Jammu. The two got separated in the year 1969 and developed in two full separate universities.

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