Friday, 25 September 2020

JNTUH Provisional List Of Eligible Candidates For Gold Medals In IX Convocation 2018-19

JNTUH The Provisional list of IX Convocation Gold Medals for the academic year 2018-19 is herewith enclosed. All the Principals / Graduates are requested to go through the provisional list of gold medals. The queries related to the gold medals if any may be brought to the notice of THE DIRECTOR OF EVALUAITON / THE CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS through email ids dejntuh@jntuh.ac.in and cejntuh@jntuh.ac.in respectively on or before 01st October 2020 by 5:00 PM.

The Final list of Gold Medals will be announced on 05-10-2020.

Please consider this matter as MOST URGENT and respond at the earliest.

JNTUH Provisional List Of Eligible Candidates For Gold Medals In IX Convocation 2018-19


The following details are issued

  • UNIVERSITY GOLD MEDALS FOR AUTONOMOUS CONSTITUENT COLLEGES FOR 2018-2019
  • UNIVERSITY GOLD MEDALS FOR NON-AUTONOMOUS CONSTITUENT COLLEGES FOR 2018-2019 BATCH
  • UNIVERSITY GOLD MEDALS FOR AFFILIATED COLLEGES FOR 2018 - 2019 BATCH
  • ENDOWMENT GOLD MEDALS FOR 2018 -2019 BATCH

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

JNTUH Revised List of exam centers to choose from, for writing B.Tech / B.Pharmacy / MBA Semester Exams

JNTUH Revised List of exam centers to choose from, for writing B.Pharm Semester Exams


JNTUH Revised List of exam centers to choose from, for writing B.Tech / MBA Semester Exams


Note : Revised List issued by JNTUH on 24-09-2020.

Tuesday, 22 September 2020

JNTUH Digital evaluation of answer scripts for current series of semester examinations due to Covid-19 pandemic

 JNTUH The Principals of constituent and affiliated colleges are informed to note that the University is going with digital evaluation of all the student answer scripts of semester examinations of the current series, due to Covid-19 pandemic.


The Principals are informed to identify a computer lab with 30 computers or more and having internet facility in their college premises for the spot valuation work. The Principals shall act as overall spot center in-charge.

All the faculty members who are working at the colleges, having more than five years of teaching experience and more than 3 times teaching experience in the specified subject are eligible to do the valuation of the subject. The eligible faculty members shall be invited and given access to do the valuation from their respective colleges. Participation in the spot valuation duty is mandatory for all the eligible faculty members including the Professors and other senior faculty.

JNTUH Revised List of exam centers to choose from, for writing B.Tech / B.Pharmacy / MBA Semester Exams

JNTUH Revised List of exam centers to choose from, for writing B.Pharm Semester Exams


JNTUH Revised List of exam centers to choose from, for writing B.Tech / MBA Semester Exams


Note : Revised List issued by JNTUH on 24-09-2020.

Monday, 21 September 2020

JNTUH Examinations For Other Semesters of B.Tech / B.Pharmacy / PG Courses will be held in 2nd & last week of October 2020

JNTUH The Principals are informed to note that the second spell of University exams are likely to commence from 2nd week of October, 2020 (This notification will be issued shortly). This second spell semester examinations comprises of regular& supply examinations of all PG courses (including Pharm D) and all I-1, II-1, III-1 and IV-1 supply exams of B.Tech. and B.Pharm. courses. All the I-2, II-2 and III-2 (even semester) regular examinations of B. Tech.& B. Pharm. courses shall be conducted in the third spell of semester exams, which will commence from the last week of October, 2020.

With regard to the center preferences (centers near to their place of residence), unlike in the previous spell, the students can choose the exam centers (not the districts) as preferences. The Principals are informed to collect three center preferences from the students for all the regular & supplementary examinations of spell-2 and spell-3. The last date to upload the Center preferences of all students, to the registrations portal, is 23-09-2020 (Wednesday).

Giving three preference centers is mandatory for the students who wish to write the exam at other than parent colleges. The system shall allocate one of the three centers randomly. If any student gives only one or two center preferences, then the criterion for the allocation is as follows: firstly, the system shall allocate the center to those who have given all three valid preferences, then the system shall allocate center to those who have given two valid preferences and then finally to those who have given one center as preference if the accommodation is still available at the center. If accommodation is not available at any of the preference centers, the student shall be allocated the parent college (by default). The students who wish to write their examinations at the parent college should not give the preferences.

The centers allotted to IV-II B.Tech/B.Pharm students and IV Sem MBA students for writing their final semester exams (spell-1) shall be retained; However if these students desire to change their centers, the options from these students should also be collected. If these students want to write at Parent College or some other college, such students need to give their preferences.

The answer booklets shall be printed and packed based on the preferences which the students opt now. Hence the change of exam center shall not be entertained. With genuine reasons if Principals ask for the change of center of any student after the center allotment, for each exam- student combination, a penalty of Rs. 1,000/- shall be levied.

The services for semester exam registrations of all semesters of B.Tech, B.Pharm & MBA (except final semester) and all semesters of MCA, M.Tech, M.Pharm, PharmD with late fee are now enabled. The Principals are informed to communicate with all the students who have not yet registered for their semester examinations.

Like in the first spell, in next two spells also, the colleges are requested to extend their services to the autonomous colleges under JNTUH, for their students who desire to write the exam in your city /place. The colleges will be intimated about the allotted autonomous colleges as well as session-wise students’ count.

After the examination of each session, each autonomous college answer scripts must be separately bundled with rubber bands/ packed and all the autonomous college bundles/ packets must be packed into one big bundle. These answer scripts should not be mixed with University exams answer scripts.

Instructions related to conduct of semester exams of Autonomous Colleges :
The Principals are informed to note that each autonomous college answer scripts must be separately bundled with rubber bands/ packed and all the autonomous college bundles/ packets must be packed as into big bundle.

These answer scripts should not be mixed with Univ exams answer scripts

The above instructions must be scrupulously followed

JNTUH Examinations For Other Semesters of B.Tech / B.Pharmacy / PG Courses will be held in 2nd & last week of October 2020

Monday, 31 August 2020

JNTUH B.Tech 4-2 Time Table September 2020

JNTUH B.Tech 4-2 Sem (R16) Regular Exams Time Table - September 2020

JNTUH B.Tech 4-2 Sem (R15) Supplementary Exams Time Table - September 2020

JNTUH B.Tech 4-2 Sem (R13) Supplementary Exams Time Table - September 2020

JNTUH B.Tech 4-2 Sem (R09) Supplementary Exams Time Table - September 2020

JNTUH B.Tech 4-2 Sem Substitute Subjects Exams Time Table - September 2020

JNTUH B.TECH/B.PHARM IV Year II Sem MBA II-II Regular/Supply sep-2020 SCHEDULED-I

Note:
  • Examinations to commence from 16th September 2020
  • Revised Time Tables Updated on 31-08-2020.

Download JNTUH End/External Exams Question Papers @ www.android.previousquestionpapers.com

Thursday, 27 August 2020

Supreme Court Verdict out on Exams - Students cannot be promoted without Final Year Exams

 Supreme Court verdict on Final year examinations 2020 is finally here. Exams are Mandatory. While the State orders of cancelling the examinations have been upheld, Supreme Court has announced that the degrees cannot be granted without the examinations. The states can, in turn approach UGC to extend the September 30 deadline. . it has also ruled in favour of UGC and said exams mandatory. If a state wants final exams to be postponed beyond UGC deadline of Sept 30, they have to consult UGC for fixing fresh date for final examination in that state.

Tuesday, 25 August 2020

JNTUH No credit-based detentions during the Academic Year 2020-21 Clarifications

JNTUH (JNTU-Hyderabad) : In compliance with the directions of AICTE/TSCHE, all the students who are detained due to shortage of credits in the academic year 2019-20 or in the previous academic years are promoted to study next year of his/her course. The same information was already communicated to all the Principals (point 4 in ref. cited above).

Accordingly if any student, who was detained due to shortage of credits, approaches your college, such students may be given re-admission. You are also informed to identify all such students who were detained due to shortage of credits in any of the previous academic years and intimate about their promotion, so that such students will be benefitted.

Further the students who have not registered for the semester exams are also eligible for promotion.

It is proposed to conduct the IV semester MBA examinations along with 4-2 semester B.Tech. / B.Pharm. examinations from 16-09-2020. The exam centers preferences given by the MBA students shall also be considered for the allotment of exam centers.

The service for the registration of semester exams (with applicable late fee) for final semester B.Tech / B.Phamrmacy / MBA University exams shall be made available from 31-08-2020.

Your cooperation is highly solicited.

JNTUH No credit-based detentions during the Academic Year 2020-21 Clarifications

Friday, 21 August 2020

JNTUH B.Tech/B.Pharmacy 2,3,4 Years I, II Semesters Academic Calendar for Academic Year 2020-21

JNTUH B.Tech/B.Pharmacy 2,3,4 Years I, II Semesters Academic Calendar for Academic Year 2020-21


Note : Commencement of 1st Semester Class Work From 24th August 2020

UGC has issued revised guidelines on examination and academic calendar for all Universities, in view of the COVID-19 on 06.07.2020. All the ACITE approved institutions / universities are requested to follow UGC Revised Guidelines on Examination. Accordingly, AICTE issued Revised Academic Calendar for 2020-21 for Technical Institution (ref 2).

In view of the above, the classes commence from 24.08.2020 for the existing students (under JNTUH) of technical courses, both UG and PG. Initially, the classes will be conducted in online mode for 2 to 3 hours per day and based on situation classes may be conducted for 4 to 5 hours in blended mode following the prescribed protocols/guidelines related to COVID-19. The Academic Calendar 2020-21 for B.Tech / B.Pharm. II, III & IV Years -I & II Semesters for all Constituent & Affiliated Colleges of JNTUH is enclosed. Make recording of online presentations, regular attendance and day-wise schedule for submission to the University if required.

The Principals of all Constituent and Affiliate College are requested to take necessary action.

Friday, 14 August 2020

JNTUH Proposed to Conduct B.Tech / B.Pharmacy 4-2 Semester Examinations From 16th September 2020

JNTUH (JNTU-Hyderabad) It is proposed to conduct the IV-II semester examinations of B.Tech. and B.Pharm. Courses from 16-09-2020. The detailed exam time table will be communicated shortly. The Principals of non-autonomous colleges are informed to send the options of the students on or before 25-08-2020 (refer the ref.1 cited above). It is also requested to furnish number of students that your college can accommodate (following Covid-19 norms). For more details, please go through the previous letter from this office(ref.1 cited above).

Some of the autonomous colleges have requested the examination branch of JNTUH(EB-JNTUH) to extend its services to conduct IV-II semester examinations of students of their respective colleges who are residing in different districts. Accordingly, it is proposed to accommodate the the colleges request for the same. students of autonomous colleges, if In this regard, the procedure to be followed for conduct of exams at other host-centers is enclosed in Annexure-1.

Your cooperation is highly solicited

JNTUH Proposed to Conduct B.Tech / B.Pharmacy 4-2 Semester Examinations From 16th September 2020