JNTUH : 14,000 Students Of B.Tech / B.Pharmacy 1st Year Are Going To Face Detention Due To The Lack Of Credits.

 

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JNTUH : 14,000 Students Of B.Tech / B.Pharmacy 1st Year Are Going To Face Detention Due To The Lack Of Credits.

 

Also CheckJNTUH B.Tech / B.Pharmacy 1st Year Advanced Supplementary Examinations Info For R15 Regulation Students.

 

JNTUH Hyderabad Have Given A Wide Publicity Regarding The Credits Rule For R15 Students From The Beginning Of The Academic Year. They Have Placed Their Rules & Regulations In Their Official Website. Printed Posters, Hand Outs Were Sent To Colleges & Requested Colleges Staff To Make Them Available In Notice Boards.

 

R15 Promotion Rule : A Student Will Not Be Promoted From I Year To II Year Unless He Fulfills The Academic Requirement Of 28 Credits Out Of 56 Credits Of I Year From All The Examinations & Secures Prescribed Minimum Attendance In I Year.

 

As Per The Regulations Formulated For 2015 Admitted Students In To The B.Tech / B.Pharmacy Courses (Known As R15 Regulations In The Affiliated Colleges Of JNTUH Hyderabad) In The Year 2015-16 Should Get A Minimum Of 28 Credits Out Of 56 Credits Registered To Get Promoted From 1st Year To 2nd Year. There Are 13085 (B.Tech : 12344 + B.Pharmacy : 741) Students Detained Due To Shortage Of Credits From 1st Year To 2nd Year Out Of 53,098 (B.Tech : 48,331 + B.Pharmacy : 4767) Students. The Detention System Has Been Introduced For The First Time At This First Year Level. From The Current Year 2016-17 Admitted Students, The Semester System Has Been Introduced In Place Of Year Wise In 1st Year & The Same Rule Of 50% Credits Is Required For Promotion To 2nd Year. Further, This Is The Last Batch Of Year Wise System In 1st Year. In View Of This, The Standing Committee Of Academic Senate Has Taken The Following Decisions Without Compromising The Promotion Rules.

 

 

B.Tech : A Total Of 44,488 Students Have Attended The Examinations Of B.Tech 1st Year Which Were Held In May 2016. Among Them Only 12,393 Students Have Passed In All Subjects I.E., Only 28% Of Students Have Cleared All The Subjects Of 1st Year. So, 13,000 Students Got Detained Due To The Lack Of Credits.

 

B.Pharmacy : A Total Of 5000 Students Have Attended The Examinations Of B.Pharmacy 1st Year Which Were Held In May 2016. 1010 Students Got Detained Due To The Lack Of Credits.

 

Total Of 14,000 Students Got Detained Due To The Lack Of Credits. If The Students Get Required Number Of Credits In Supplementary Examinations, Then They Can Attend 2nd Year Classes From The Next Academic Year Onwards.

 

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