Monday, 10 August 2020
All the Principals of colleges offering IV year B.Tech and B.Pharm courses are informed to note that of B.Tech/B.Pharm courses to the students at the centres which are near to their respective hometowns/ villages.
The Principals are requested to make arrangements to contact all final year students and take atmost three options (in the order of preference) from each student for writing their IV-II examinations. The places which the students are opting must have at least one JNTUH affiliated Engg. / Pharmacy college. The students who desire to write the exam at their parent college (where the student is studying), need not give their options. If any student does not submit his/her options, it shall be assumed that his/her parent college is his/her exam centre preference. Further if the seating capacity exceeds at all three preferences, Parent College shall be the exam centre for such students. The city/town of the parent college need not be included as a preference (by default his parent institute is his/her exam centre).
The entry of the student preferences have to be carried out by the college exam branch staff only. For the service to enter the student options, visit your college registration portal. Last date for uploading is (Tuesday).
The cooperation of the Principals is highly solicited.
Sunday, 9 August 2020
JNTUA Recounting Results for Pharm.D IV Year (R14) Regular & Supple Jan/Feb 2020 Examshttp://www.jntua.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Pharm.D-IV-Yr-R14-RC-Results.pdf
JNTUA Recounting Results for B.Pharmacy 1-1 Semester (R19) Regular February 2020 Examshttp://www.jntua.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/B.Pharm-I-I-R19-RC-Results.pdf
Results Announced on .
Friday, 7 August 2020
Counselor at VTU Campus, Belagavihttps://vtu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/circular-07.08.2020.pdf
Circular issued by VTU on .
Thursday, 6 August 2020
JNTUA Challenge Valuation Results for B.Tech 3-1 Semester (R13) Supple Nov/Dec 2019 Examshttp://www.jntua.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/B.Tech-III-I-R13-CV-Results.pdf
Results Announced on .
Circular issued by VTU on .
Attention Principals/Directors of Constituent and Affiliated Colleges of JNTUH- UGC Conclave on TRHE under NEP 2020
Circular issued by JNTUH on .
Wednesday, 5 August 2020
Class Work Commences from .
will be commenced from . All the principals are requested s from ,and the detailed academic calendar will be intimated later. This is for your kind information and necessary action
Monday, 27 July 2020
Saturday, 18 July 2020
Examinations are an integral part of the education system and is a measure students’ learning, knowledge, skills and other competencies. The performance in examinations contributes to merit, lifelong credibility, wider global acceptability for admissions, scholarships, awards, placements, and better future prospects. A large number of best universities across the world including US, UK, Canada, Germany, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and other countries, have conducted or are conducting examinations by giving various options such as Online/Offline/Blended or other alternative forms of examinations.
In order to safeguard the larger interest of the students related to their academic and career progression globally, the UGC issued Guidelines on Examinations and Academic Calendar on 29th April,2020 mentioning that for the students of Terminal Semester(s)/ Final Year Examinations may be conducted between July 1-15, 2020.
In view of emerging COVID-19 pandemic situation it was difficult to conduct the examinations in the month of July, 2020, therefore, as per the directions of Ministry of Home, Ministry of Human Resources Development, and the report of the Expert Committee, UGC issued Revised Guidelines for Examination and Academic Calendar on 6th July, 2020.
Accordingly, the Universities were required to chart out a plan for completion of terminal semester / final year examinations by the end of September, 2020 in offline (pen & paper)/ online/ blended (online + offline) mode following the prescribed protocols / guidelines related to COVID-19 pandemic. The guidelines also mentioned that in case a student of terminal semester/ final year is unable to appear in the examination conducted by the University for whatsoever the reason(s) may be, he/she may be given opportunity to appear in special examinations for such course(s)/ paper(s), which may be conducted by the university as and when feasible, so that the student is not put to any inconvenience/ disadvantage. UGC vide its letter of 8th July, 2020 also communicated the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Conduct of Examinations as suggested by MHRD.
Recently universities were approached to inform the status of the conduct of examination. Out of 945 Universities (as per the list maintained by UGC till 01-06-2020) the responses were obtained from 755 Universities (120 Deemed Universities, 274 Private Universities, 40 Central Universities and 321 State Universities). The information from remaining Universities is being obtained.
Out of the 755 Universities, 560 Universities have either conducted the examination or are planning to conduct. Details are as follows:
(i) 194 have already conducted examination (on-line/off-line);
(ii) 366 are planning to conduct examination (on-line/off-line/blended mode) in August/September
In addition, 27 Private Universities, which were established during 2019-20 to till date, their first batch is yet to become eligible for final examination.