More Than 14,000 JNTUH 1st Year Students Detained Due To Lack of Credits: As the JNTU Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad is one of the famous university in the Telangana State, there are lot of colleges affiliated to the JNTU. As the regulations were changing R05, R07, R09, R13, R15, R16 there are certain rules and regulations are also being changed. The paper pattern was changed to R13 regulation students, apart from that R15 has quite new rules and regulations. But the newly R16 regulations have the semester system in which students have to write exams twice in the first year too which is 1st sem (1-1) and 2nd sem (2-2), many students may be worried but instead of being worried you can try to learn well/good.
On 10th August 2016: JNTU to conduct Special Supplementary Exams for 1st-year candidates, Download Time Table. Recently the students who use to have more than 75% attendance may have promoted to the next year the i.e, first year to second year but this time 2015-2016 academic year the rules have got changed. JNTUH has rolled a new rule that JNTUH 1st year (B.Tech and B.Pharmacy) students should have secured at least 50% credits (i.e, 28 credits out of 56 credits) to get promoted to 2nd year. You could get complete detailed information on the JNTUH Credit System from your concerned college exam branch.
As per the sources and the news from Sakshi (08th August 2016), there are almost 14,000 from JNTUH constituent and affiliated colleges students who are failed and detained because of lack of credits. Those students who are detained can’t attend second-year classes, they need to wait for the supplementary exams and clear the papers and secure required credits to continue their engineering or pharmacy. Some students saying that the correction was very tough.
There were so many online campaigns were also started by many groups of the students regarding the correction of the papers, where the matter was also taken under consideration by IT Minister Mr. KTR and later there was also a reply given by the University, although some students are worried about the corrections and detention issue is also there, but we suggets students to study well/good hard and try to score good marks instead of just thinking to get qualifying marks in the examinations especially in your core subjects. Do you know that you can also Skip 2 subjects (for various regulations) and also apply for Grace marks.
On 10-08-2016: Students are thinking to do a rally for the conduction of Special supplementary exams but this news is not confirmed. The Special supplementary exams could be conducted but as now nothing can be said because there is no official news right now. Follow us on Facebook and join our Facebook Group for JNTU Notifications, Updates, Results etc. Do Share this information with your friends and family over social media. If you have any doubts you can ask in comments.