Monday, 23 November 2020
Thursday, 19 November 2020
JNTUH Instruction to students of B.Tech R16 Regulation to apply for grace marks, credit exemption with an Undertaking for the issue of PC and CMM
College-wise lists of students who are eligible to apply for
i) grace marks,
ii) credit exemption and
iii) grace marks followed by credit exemption
have been prepared and sent to respective colleges. For these three categories, the students have to fill-up the appropriate undertaking form (to be downloaded from student service portal) and the Principals have to sign at the appropriate place in the respective forms. These forms need to be either printed on the college letter-head / with a separate covering letters from the Principal enclosing the appropriate form and sent to the office of DE. s. .
The applications received by forenoon tomorrow () shall be processed on priority basis and efforts will be made to issue PC & CMM at the earliest possible date. The Principals are requested to note the following rules with regard to grace marks and credit exemption categories.
1. A separate form (Form-5) earmarked for this category need to be filled up
2. Marks shall be added up to 10 marks for four year B.Tech course in failed subjects and 7 marks for lateral entry students of B.Tech course (maximum of two subjects).
3. All the semester marks/grade memos from the month/year specified in the list uploaded to portal today, where the subject(s) have been shown as Fail need to be surrendered along with the Filled-in Form (with the Principal endorsement) and the selective new marks/grade memos will be re-issued from the University Examination Branch along with PC & CMM.
1. A separate form (Form-6) earmarked for this category need to be filled up
2. The students who failed in not more than two subjects and credits of the failed subjects is less than or equal to 6, are only eligible to apply for the credit exemption.
3. The subjects shall be shown as Fail in the CMM but since the student secures 186 credits, PC & CMM will be issued.
1. A separate form (Form-7) earmarked for this category need to be filled up
2. Points mentioned in the above two cases (grace marks and credit exemption) are applicable.
The cooperation of the principals is highly solicited.
Tuesday, 17 November 2020
It is to inform you that the B.Tech / B.Pharm. II, III and IV Years - I Semester online classes are suspended from to , due to previous B.Tech. / B.Pharm. I, II and III Years II Semester Regular Examinations. The Revised Academic Calendar will be intimated at the earliest.
The Principals of all Constituent and Affiliate College are requested to take necessary action.
Monday, 9 November 2020
The Principals are informed to note that for the issue of grace marks benefit to the students, the attached format is to be filled up and printed on the principal letter-head, one for each candidate and send to DE office. For other types of letter formats, you are requested to visit the Url https://studentservices.jntuh.ac.in/oss
Further the principals are informed to note that college - wise lists of students (belonging to R-16 regulations) who are eligible to claim grace marks will be generated and sent to respective college Principals based on the marks the students secured in failed subject of I-I,I-II,II-I,II-II,IIII,III-II & IV-I semesters. After receiving the lists, the colleges can intimate the students to apply for the grace marks, if the students desire to do so.
Meanwhile the colleges can receive the grace marks requests from the students who do not have any backlog subjects till IV-I semester and by adding grace marks up to 10, students get eligibility to receive their PC & CMM. Such students can obtained from the results portal. They need not wait for the issue of IV-II original marks memo. The grace marks applicable course – wise for R16 regulation are as follows:
Saturday, 7 November 2020
JNTUH B.Tech / B.Pharmacy 4-2 Semester Advanced Supplementary Examinations Notification - Nov 2020 (R16 treated as regular)
The Principals of the constituent and affiliated B.Tech / B.Pharmacy Colleges are hereby informed that the University Examination Branch issues notification for conducting of B.Tech./ B.Pharmacy Advanced supplementary (treated as regular) examinations in the month of Nov-2020
The students appearing for the above examinations commencing from are informed to note time schedule given below
1. JNTUH through Proceeding No. JNTUH/EB/11148/2/2018 Dated.20-01-2018 have extended certain benefits to Physically Handicapped students (deaf, dumb, hearing impaired, orthopedically handicapped and visually handicapped) such as exemption from payment of examination fee and pass marks. The principals may submit the certificate of permanent disability in the year of admissions and it holds good for entire duration of the course. The colleges need not submit proof of disability for every series of exams (Only in case of permanent disability).
2. If any student applied for RC/RV and if the results are not declared by the time of start of registrations for exams., the candidates are advised to register as per the time schedule given in the notification even for the subjects in which they have failed and waiting for RC/RV results. However, if the candidate passes the examination in RC/RV results, the Principals are requested to take necessary steps to refund exam. fee paid by the students for the subjects in which he/she passed and transfer the consolidated fees excluding the above amount.
3. The request for the Challenge Valuation shall only be considered for those who applied for revaluation in the specific subject.
Thursday, 5 November 2020
JNTUH Revised dates for conducting mid exams and external Lab examinations even and odd semesters of B.Tech. / B.Pharmacy Nov 2020
The Principals are informed to note that the dates are revised for lab external examinations of both even and odd semesters I, II & III years of B.Tech/B.Pharm and mid exams of even semester. As given in letter in Ref-2: the centre preferences of students for writing lab external examinations may be uploaded to the University portal on or before . These examination should be scheduled during to .
The second mid-term examinations B.Tech. / B.Pharm I-II, II- II, III-II and I-II B.Pharm mid I & II shall be conducted during to either in the form of viva exam or in the form of online exam.
There will be of odd semesters from to for B.Tech. / B.Pharm due to I-II, II- II, III-II Regular exams. Academic calendars will be modified, accordingly
The cooperation of the Principals is highly solicited.
Monday, 2 November 2020
JNTUH Approval of Grace Marks for B.Tech / B.Pharmacy Students of R16 regulations for the issue of PC
The first batch students of R16 regulations had been admitted in the AY 2016-17. Some students shall be falling short of a few marks to pass one or two subjects and by adding a specified grace marks (less than the eligible grace marks) these students pass these one or two subjects and secure sufficient credits to obtain their Provisional Degree Certificate (PC). University gives maximum grace marks which are equal to 0.15% of the total aggregate marks of all subjects of all semesters.
As per R16 regulation, the B. Tech. and B. Pharm. students have to acquire 186 credits out of 192 credits (ref.2). Vide Ref 3 cited above, permission has been accorded to extend this grace marks facility to the students of R16 regulations also.
The total marks in each course and grace marks (upper-bound case) of B. Tech. and B. Pharm. courses of R16 regulations are summarized as follows:
In the context of credit-based detention, a student has to secure 50% of the total credits offered for the promotion from first year to second year and 60% of the total credits for promotion from second to third year as well as third year to fourth year. To give benefit to the students. University accorded permission to consider the credits which are obtained by the above said calculation followed by truncation, instead of rounding (Ref.4) from the year 2018. In similar manner to give benefit to the students it is submitted to take the upper-bound marks as the maximum grace marks.
The permission has been accorded to give upper bound marks, after computation of grace marks to the students of R16 regulations as a onetime exemption in view of Covid-19 situation.