JNTUH Detention Rule – Certain Modification in Detention Rule for 2017 – 2018
JNTUH Detention Rule – Certain Modification in Detention Rule for 2017 – 2018 – Below we have mentioned the quote from the JNTUH official notification in this regard, which has been released by the university. So the students are advised to navigate below and get all the relevant information.
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As per R15 regulations of lateral entry students, who joined in II year B.Tech./B.Pharm during the academic year 2015-16, have to secure 17 credits out of 28 credits, i.e., 60% of total credits of II year I semester. As 60% of 28 is equal to 16.8 and instead of rounding, it is resolved to truncate the fractional part of the number. As a result of it, for the promotion from II year to III year of lateral entry students, minimum credits required would be 16 out of 28 credits.
It is also resolved to consider the performance of even semester exams and all examinations conducted during May/June 2017 for promotion from II year to III year and III year to IV year of both B.Tech. and B.Pharmacy courses. This rule is applicable for the current academic year only.
The revised lists of detentions will be placed in the college portals shortly. The Principals are instructed to conduct remedial classes and mock tests to the detained students and conduct parents’ meetings to create awareness about the detention system. The principals are also instructed to counsel the students and take all measures for smooth running of class work without any disturbance.