How To Apply For Recounting & Revaluation In JNTU - Complete Procedure

If a student gets failed or didn't scored qualifying marks in a subject or subjects and the student has a confidence that he/she may pass or qualify the subject(s) by recounting / revaluation method, then the student can apply for recounting (or) revaluation process by paying the fee to the JNTU - Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad through exam branch.

When To Apply For Recounting or Revaluation? 

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The student can apply for recounting when he /she has doubt that the examiner had made a mistake in counting the marks, and he/she will have a confidence that after that recounting he/she will get passing marks or qualified. The student can apply for revaluation process when the student have a doubt or confidence that the examiner had made some mistake in correcting the answers, then the student can apply for this process

How To Apply For Recounting:

  • First of all, the student who is applying for the recounting process will have to go to the examination branch/cell.
  • Take the application form it will cost around Rs.5/- (depending on the college) and fill it.
  • Pay Rs.100/ along with application form for the recounting process in the examination branch/cell.
  • Also, the student must have the xerox copies of result for which the student is applying if the student has got his/her result from the internet than take that printout and submit to the examination branch/cell along with the application and fee.
  • The date for applying recounting process will be 7 days after the result will are announced, sometimes the date will extend, further details about the date of recounting a student can confirm from his/her college. 

How To Apply For Revaluation :

  • The first thing the student who is applying for the revaluation process will have to go to the examination branch/cell and take an application form.
  • Fill that application form and give Rs.1000/- (one thousand rupees) and application form for the revaluation process to the examination branch/cell and also, the student must have the xerox copies of result for which the student is applying if the student has got his/her result from the internet than take that printout and submit to the examination branch/cell.
  • The date for applying revaluation process will be 7 days after the result will are declared, sometimes the date will extend, the further details about the date of recounting a student can confirm from his/her college.

Final Words and Conclusion:

After applying for the recounting and revaluation wait for some time around 15-30 days for the results, If a student still doesn't qualify in a subject than he or she have the last change called 'Challenge Valuation' which will cost him/her around Rs.10,000/-. Stay updated to 'JNTU World Hub' for more details.
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JNTUH B.Tech 1st Year (R13, R09, R07) Supple Result February 2016

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad has conducted the supplementary exams for B.Tech in the month of December 2015, all the JNTUH 2-1, 3-1 and 4-1 Results are announced. JNTUH B.Tech 1st Year (R13, R09, R07) Supple Result February 2016 has been announced on 15-02-2016..

JNTUH B.Tech 1st Year (R13, R09, R07) Supple Result February 2016:

JNTUH Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad has released the JNTUH B.Tech 1st Year (R13, R09, R07) Supple Result February 2016 results on 15th Feb 2016. The results has been released this week and this is not official information with the dates dates.

JNTUH 1st Year Supple Results 2016:

JNTUH 1st Year R13 Supple Results 2016 - Server 1 - Server 2
JNTUH 1st Year R09 Supple Results 2016 - Server 1 - Server 2
JNTUH 1st Year R07 Supple Results 2016 - Server 1 - Server 2
JNTUH 1st Year R05 Supple Results 2016 - Server 1 - Server 2

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  1. Select the Server 1 or Server 2 From Above
  2. Enter Your Hall ticket Number and date of birth (optional)
  3. Click on 'Get Results'
  4. You are Done.
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Detailed Explanation For JNTU Grace Marks & Class Change Rule

In the Final year only, the students can apply for grace marks. Here some of the Questions and Answers regarding Grace marks and Class Change which are frequently asked, so we are combining all these questions and answering it.

How to apply for grace marks and how many marks will get with the system of grace marks and also how many subjects will be covered with this system, these are the frequently asked questions.

Detailed Explanation For JNTU Grace Marks & Class Change Rule

Question: What is meant by grace marks?
Answer: Grace marks are the marks which are added additionally in order to pass or qualify the examination.

Question: How many marks covered by Grace marks?
Answer: Grace marks will cover 8 marks. The maximum marks will be added are 8.
Question: How many subjects Grace marks covered?
Answer: It can cover 1 (or) 2 subjects. If you are obtaining grace marks in 2 subjects than 4 marks in each subject will be covered.

Question: What is marks separation rule in subjects?
Answer: There are two(2) conditions in marks separation rule:
  • 1st Condition: If a student scores 22 marks or higher marks (Maximum 25) in 2 subjects than the student is eligible for this condition and the student can apply for the Grace marks in 2 subjects.
  • 2nd Condition: If a student scores (18-21) marks in a subject than the student can apply Grace marks in 1 subject only.
Question: Is there any fees for applying Grace marks?
Answer: No, there is no fee for applying Grace marks, but if the student want the memo urgently then charges will be around Rs.1000/-.

Question: When we can apply for Grace marks?
Answer: In Final Year, when a student receives his or her memo certificate then only the student can apply for the Grace marks.

Question: What is Class Change?
Answer: Class change means changing one least class to upper class like:
  • 1st Condition: 3rd class to 2nd class.
  • 2nd Condition: 2nd class to 1st class.
  • 3rd Condition: 1st class to Distinction.
Question: How much percentage can change Class? Give Some Examples.
Answer: 0.15% can change the Class Change Rule. Examples:
  • (i): 49.85% - 50% changes from 3rd class to 2nd class.
  • (ii): 59.85% - 60% changes from 2nd class to 1st class.
  • (iii): 69.85% - 70% changes 1st class to Distinction.

How To Apply for JNTU Grace Marks & Class Change:

Question: How to apply for Grace marks/Class Change?
Answer: A student needs to go to Examination Branch/Cell in his/her college, and ask to apply the Grace marks/Class Change.
Question: Which Regulations can apply for Grace marks/Class Change?
Answer: R05, R07, R09 regulation students can apply for grace marks, R13 regulation may also eligible for grace marks but confirm it from Examination Branch/cell once.

Final Words and Conclusion:

A student is eligible for grace marks only in 2 subjects (depending on the above conditions) and class change is a great chance for the students who need only 0.15% (or less than that) to change their class. If you have any doubts do ask in comments.
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How To Score Good Marks In JNTU Examinations

Well, it is very complicated matter that the students of JNTUH are trying to get good marks in examinations, but anyhow they get just pass or sometimes they can score good marks it depends on how a student represents his or her paper and answering the questions..

How To Score Good Marks In JNTU Examinations:

Here we are giving you some tips to write the examinations and to score good marks:
  • Read the Question Paper completely and then choose the questions that you remembered or you can attempt easily and can write those answers.
  • Now it's time to start writing the examination, first of all, make margins with pencil and scale properly.
  • Choose the question first which you remembered and and answer that question. In simple words attempt the question which you can write almost perfectly.
  • Try to explain the first paragraphs of the answer about the question deeply, and paragraphs must start with the Sub Headings (if necessary) and underline sub heading or headings with a pencil.
  • If there is a diagram/circuit diagram in that answer, try to draw the diagram in the middle of the answer (or after the paragraph where it is necessary), draw a neat diagram with pencil and write the name of diagram below the diagram.
  • If there is a Program/Syntax in the answer, try to write in the middle of the answer (or after the paragraph where it is necessary) and try to make the program code correctly and then give its Input and Output.
  • Try to make the first answer very neat so that the examiner will impress with your booklet, don't cut the answers, paragraphs must be there, sub-headings also makes the answer neat, make the diagram/program neat and write its name in the below of the diagram/above of the program.
  • In the same sense write the complete answer and try to make the first answer in 8-10 papers (papers depends on length or quality of the answer) and then write the next answers following this procedure only.
  • Try to attempt all 5 questions, if not at-least 4, if not least is 3, and also try to write the answers in 25-30 pages of the booklet, so that you may score good marks.
  • At last re-check all the answers and check the 'question number's in the booklet then write the end and strike out the remaining booklet papers and also write the pages in the OMR sheet of the Booklet. 

Final Words and Conclusion:

We suggest you to be prepared for the exams, if you are prepared well than you don't need to be worried about anything, just give your best following all the tips with neat representation of answer and booklet.
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Exemption [Skip] Of 2 Subjects Rule For JNTU Students

JNTU Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University which is in JNTU Hyderabad, Here is the complete information about R09, R13 Batch Exception of two subjects details and information so all of the JNTU students can get the Detailed info and gain the knowledge and share the information with all this R09, R13 Batch Exception or Skipping of two subjects details and information is very useful to someone so please share the information on social media Facebook.and this R09, R13 Batch Exception of two subjects details and information for all JNTU Hyderabad, JNTU Kakinda and JNTU Ananthapur students and all contact their college examination cell for confirm the any details.

Exemption [Skip] Of 2 Subjects Rule For JNTU Students:

In light of the suggestions of the Standing Committee of the Academic Senate, the Vice chancellor is satisfied to endorse the exemption up to two subjects for most extreme of eight credits to get Degree for B.Tech R09 batch understudies i.e to secure least 192 credits out of 200 credits, subject to go of obligatory subjects as above.

Students can not leave two subjects If:
1) One Subject consists of 6 credits & other subject consists of 4 credits
2) Both subjects consists of 6 credits.

Student can leave only one failed subject in entire course which consists of 6 credits. Student can't leave the Lab Subjects also. As per the latest information students can also leave EDP but it's a vice suggestion to confirm from your exam branch. More detailed information will be updated about R13 and R15 also as soon as we get information about that.

Final Words and Conclusion:

It is advisable to skip the subjects which has 4 credits so you can have the advantage to skip two subjects. If you have any type of confusion or issues you can comment below your queries or questions, your question will be answered soon.
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JNTUH B.Tech & B.Pharm 2-1, 3-1, 4-1 Recounting / Revaluation Results 2016

JNTU Fast Updates, JNT University JNTUA JNTUK JNTUH JNTUWORLD Updates - JNTUH 2-1 Results, JNTUH 3-1 Results, JNTUH 4-1 Results, B.Tech B.Pharmacy JNTUH 2-2 Results, JNTUH 3-2 Results, JNTUH 4-2 Results, JNTUH 1st Year Results- Regular And Supple Results.

Jntu Hyderabad University Released the JNTUH B.Pharmacy 2-1 Revaluation, Recounting Results ,JNTUH B.Pharmacy 3-1 Revaluation, Recounting Results ,JNTUH B.Pharmacy 4-1 Revaluation, Recounting Results ,JNTUH B.Tech 2-1 Revaluation,  Recounting Results ,JNTUH B.Tech 3-1, 4-1 Revaluation, Recounting Results on 11-02-2016.

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JNTUH B.Tech And B.Pharm 2-1, 3-1, 4-1 (R13, R09, R07) Supple Exam Time Table - February 2016

JNTU HYDERABAD : JNTUH B.Tech - B.Pharmacy 2-1, 3-1, 4-1 (R13, R09, R07, R05) Supple Exam Time Table - February 2016
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JNTUH – Jawahar Lal Nehru Technological University has officially announed the schedule or Time table for the first semester examinations supplementary examinations for which will be held in the months of February 2016. JNTUH recently has officially released the schedule for the examinations. This schedule consists of examinations for supplementary subjects as well as supplementary subjects.

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