Question Nos 8,10,11,12 and 13 are added in the version 2, prepared on 12-03-2021
The students who secure internal marks less than the marks specified are only eligible to write the CBT exam for improvement of internal marks. This specified marks can be computed using the formula: 0.4*Total-Marks -0.35*External-marks in case of UG courses and 0.5*Total-Marks - 0.4*External-marks in case of PG courses
Yes. In addition to those who completed double the duration plus two years, all the candidates who completed their course work but having backlogs are eligible to write internals improvement exams, if the internal marks secured are less than the marks specified as above (FAQ-1).
Yes. It is compulsory to register and write semester–end examinations after the CBT exam.
Yes, the students who write CBT exam followed by (one-time-chance) semester exam are eligible for the grace marks as well as undertaking as per the academic regulations prevailing during the period study of their course work.
For all students. Those who are writing CBT exams, shall write one-time-chance semester exams after CBT exams and the candidates who do not require to write CBT (having sufficient internal marks) shall write directly one-time-chance semester exams.
No, if the new marks are less than the old internal marks or registered but not attended CBT exam, the old internal marks will be retained, as it is an internal improvement examination.
The CBT for internal marks improvement shall be extended up to double the duration of course period, counted from year of admission if the candidate completed all the semesters of course work. Further it is subjected to the condition as mentioned in FAQ-1 above.
The candidates who completed double the duration of the course work as well as the candidates who are given on-time-chance exam are also permitted to write CBT exams for improvement of internal marks. It is a one-time CBT exam.
No. One specific subject only one CBT exam Suppose a student is eligible to write CBT exam in ten subjects, he can register for some subjects in the current spell and remaining subjects in the subsequent spells. However the one-time-chance students need to write all CBT exams in one attempt.
These examinations are primarily meant for all the UG courses which are offered at JNTU/JNTUH. The University has given permission for re-registration of specific courses and/or registration for internal marks improvement from the R09 regulations onwards. Hence the students of PG courses after R09 regulations are not eligible to register for CBT exams. If academic regulations of specific PG course has not given a provision for re-registration of subjects and /or registration for improvement of internal marks, students of such courses are also eligible for the internal improvement exams.
Yes, such PG students are eligible to register for project viva exam. The list of all PG students who are eligible to apply for project viva-voce exam have been shared with principals of respective colleges (from the admitted year 2009 onwards). However if any student is eligible but not shown in the list, such candidates can also register using the physical application form attached as annexure to main notification.
If any student is eligible but not shown in the list, such candidates can also register using the physical application form attached as annexure to main notification.
No. The comprehensive viva-voce and seminar are part of internal assessment. Hence treated as part of course work. Such students are not eligible to appear for one-time chance exam ( if double the duration plus two years term completed).
Only one chance. All such students need to register for CBT exams in all the eligible subjects in one go.
No. The candidates have to consult the college either physically or over phone / mail, where they studied their course, to complete the registration process along with the fee payment.
Most of the closed colleges have been attached to one or more affiliated colleges under JNTUH at the time of closure of their college. The students have to approach the attached college for the registration of CBT/one-time-chance exam. For any further information, the candidates can reach the University examination branch through the grievances portal
No, these students are not eligible. As the data of these students has already been transferred to the respective Universities, such students cannot be given eligibility to write the CBT exam and one-time chance exams of JNTUH.