"We are trying our best to ensure that the results for all regular Bachelor of Arts, Sciences, and Commerce courses are declared by August 31.
"The results for the final semester of all three-year and five-year LLB courses too should be declared by August 31. The results for the undergraduate distance learning courses, however, will be declared later."
Advocate Rodrigues said, the university had set up a "special help desk" to assist those students who wished to apply to foreign universities for higher studies, but were facing difficulties due to absence of their undergraduate mark sheets and imminent deadlines.
Advocate Rodrigues also added "Three professors and the press relations officer from the university are helping students who wish to apply for higher studies. In such cases where the deadlines are imminent, the help-desk is ensuring that the papers of these students are immediately assessed, and the final marksheet printed.
"In many cases, the university is directly sending the mark sheets of students to the colleges or universities that they are applying to," Advocate Rodrigues told the bench.
According to reports, The High Court said the university must strive to keep its word on the new deadline.