JNTUH B.Tech Info on Leaving of 2 Subjects and Grace Marks For R18,R16,R15,R13,R09
JNTUH – What is Undertaking (For Leaving 1 or 2 subjects)
If a student acquires sufficient credits for the issue of Provisional Certificate as per their academic regulations, and failed in one or two subjects, the student can forego the performance in these failed subjects and can apply for the issue of Provisional Certificate. Here the student has to give an undertaking stating that he/she will never apply for the supplementary exams conducted by the University in the future. For further details refer the below given table.
Note: As per academic regulations B.Tech R18, Exemption or Grace marks are not applicable as of now. If yet any notification is issued by JNTUH, we will alert you.
Under Exemption Rule
Under Exemption Rule (Maximum)
|R05||1 or 2 Subjects Maximum||8|
|R07||1 or 2 Subjects Maximum||8|
|R09||1 or 2 Subjects Maximum||8|
|R13||1 or 2 Subjects Maximum||8|
|R15||1 or 2 Subjects Maximum||8|
|R16||1 or 2 Subjects Maximum||6|
Important Note: Students need to clear the compulsory subjects as listed below.
- All the practical subjects [Labs]
- Industry oriented mini-project
- Comprehensive Viva-Voce
- Project work
JNTUH – What is Grace marks
If a student fails in one or two subject, pass in these subjects is essential for acquiring the required credits (for the issue of Provisional Certificate), and by adding few additional marks*, the student is able to pass the subject(s), then such grace marks will be added and the Provisional Certificate will be issued to the candidate. If any candidate applies for the grace marks, the Original Marks Memo(s) containing the subject(s) for which addition of Grace Marks are applicable should be submitted along with the letter. For further details refer the below given table.
|Regulation||Grace Marks (0.15%) For|
|Grace Marks (0.15%) For|
B.Tech Lateral Entry
- Grace marks can be added only to 1 or 2 subjects maximum. (irrespective of credits other than Major Project, Minor Project, Comprehensive Viva-Voce, Seminar)
- Grace marks can be added only for external marks.
- Grace marks can’t be added to internal marks.
- The best performance among all the external examinations shall be considered while giving the grace marks. i.e., you can use even your best previous result [Best external mark among all Regular/Supple exams till now] while applying for grace marks.
- Students can apply for grace marks only after they get the original marks memos.
JNTUH Grace marks along with Undertaking [Can we apply for both exemption & grace marks] : If a student fails in one or two subject, pass in these subjects is essential for acquiring the required credits (for the issue of Provisional Certificate), and by adding few additional marks*, the student is able to pass the subject(s), then such grace marks will be added and the Provisional Certificate will be issued to the candidate. If any candidate applies for the grace marks, the Original Marks Memo(s) containing the subject(s) for which addition of Grace Marks are applicable should be submitted along with the letter. 1 or 2 subjects in undertaking and 1 or 2 subjects with grace marks. Student can avail both credit/subject exemption rule and grace marks to obtain degree. For details refer the below table
|Regulation||Can apply for|
Credit/Subject Exemption Rule
|Can apply for|
Grace Marks Rule
|Can apply for Both Rule|
[Exemption & Grace Marks Rule]
JNTUH – What is Tatkal Scheme:
For the issue of Certificates after the declaration of results, the examination branch may take about ten days to two weeks time. If there is an urgency in getting the certificate, the candidate may apply for the same certificate under Tatkal scheme. Under this scheme the student can get the certificate within two working days time.
How to make payment (if applicable): The Challan (Issued at any SBI)/DD should be taken for the total amount specified.
Please refer the following table for the combinations of cases for which one single application is sufficient. Also please note that the for all these cases the letter must be endorsed by the College Principal where the student is studying.
|Tatkal Scheme||Amount payable|
|3||Yes||No||–||Nil [Apply at College]|
JNTUH Rules For Award Of Degree [R05, R07, R09, R13, R15] :
|Class Awarded||% of marks to be secured|
|1st Class with Distinction||69.5% and above|
|1st Class||Above 59.5% but less than 69.5%|
|2nd Class||Above 49.5% but less than 59.5%|
|Pass Class||Below 49.5%|
JNTUH Rules For Award of Degree [R16, R18] :
|Class Awarded||CGPA Secured|
|First Class with Distinction||≥ 8.00|
|First Class||≥ 6.50 but < 8.00|
|Second Class||≥ 5.50 but < 6.50|
|Pass Class||≥ 5.00 but < 5.50|
JNTUH Rule For Calculating Percentage [R16, R18] : For final percentage of marks equivalent to the computed final CGPA, the following formula may be used. % of Marks = (final CGPA – 0.5) x 10