JNTUH B.Pharmacy R16 Exemption of Two Subjects and Grace Marks & JNTUH B.Tech R16 regulation Two Subjects Exemption and JNTUH B.Tech R16 Grace Marks Option information provided on below.
JNTUH B.Tech R16 – 2 Subjects Exemption 2020 & JNTUH R16 Grace Marks
JNTUH B.Tech R16 Promotion Rule:
|Name of the university||Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad|
|Categories||2 Subjects Exemption|
|Status||Released on 30 Sept 2020|
JNTUH B.Tech R16 Promotion Rules For Regular & Lateral Entry Students
JNTUH B.Tech R16 Promotion Rules for Regular Students
|Promotion in Year||Required Credits|
|From 1st Year to 2nd Year||Minimum 24 Credits out of 48|
|From 2nd Year to 3rd Year||Minimum 58 Credits out of 96|
|From 3rd Year to 4th Year||Minimum 86 Credits out of 144|
JNTUH B.Tech R16 Promotion Rules for Lateral Entry Students
|1.||From 2nd Year to 3rd Year||Minimum 29 Credits out of 48|
|2.||From 3rd Year to 4th Year||Minimum 58 Credits out of 96|
A student shall register for all subjects covering 192 credits as specified and listed in the course structure, fulfils all the attendance and academic requirements for 192 credits
Earn all 192 credits by securing SGPA ≥ 5.0 (in each semester), and CGPA (at the end of each successive semester) ≥ 5.0, to successfully complete the undergraduate programme.
JNTUH B.Tech R16 Exemption of Two Subjects:
Reference to point no. 7.5 of the B.Tech R16 Academic Regulations issued by JNTUH
After securing the necessary 192 credits as specified for the successful completion of the entire undergraduate programme, the student can avail exemption of two subjects up to 6 credits
i.e., one open elective and one professional elective subject or two professional elective subjects (6 credits) for optional drop out from these 192 credits earned; resulting in 186 credits for undergraduate programme performance evaluation.
The performance of the student in these 186 credits shall alone be taken into account for the calculation of ‘the final CGPA (at the end of the undergraduate programme, which takes the SGPA of the IV year II semester into account)’, and shall be indicated in the grade card of IV year II semester.
The above regulation point indicates that you have to register and secure all the 192 credits then You get the option of leaving 02 courses (one open elective and one professional elective subject or two professional elective subjects) only for the betterment of your CGPA.
JNTUH R16 Grace Marks:
The University Examination branch adds the grace marks, not exceeding 0.15% marks of the total marks to one or two subjects in which the student failed.
If adding these grace marks helps the student to i) pass in these one or two failed subjects and ii) get eligibility to receive the degree. These grace marks shall be added only when the candidate submits an undertaking which is duly forwarded by the Principal of the concerned college.
The University introduced the Choice-Based Credit System from the academic year 2016-17 onwards as R16 Academic Regulations. As per the R16 Regulations, in the marks memo of the student, only the letter grade and grade point are shown; the actual marks secured by the student are not shown.
Hence the student does not know how many marks are required to pass the subject and student cannot apply for the grace marks. Hence the matter was placed in the XXXVIII Standing Committee of the Academic Senate Meeting under table item no.4 for the suitable directions.
The Academic Senate advised the Examination branch to notify all the eligible students, college-wise, after the declaration of every series of examinations.
The benefit of grace marks shall be extended to only such students who submit their application cum undertaking for grace marks. All such student undertakings must he be endorsed by the College Principal.
Under the circumstances, as stated above, the VC is pleased to approve to notify all the eligible students, college-wise, after the declaration of every series of examinations.
The benefit of grace marks shall be extended only who submit their application cum undertaking endorsed by the Principal of the College for grace marks.
JNTUH UG/PG Exam Dates Oct-2020 – Released ( Released on 29th Sept 2020)
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