7:51 PM

Key Points For Scoring Good Marks in JNTU Final Exams

Key Points For Scoring Good Marks in JNTU Final Exams

The below given key points will gain you the good marks in jntu final exams. These points are gathered from my experience and also my friends experience and we finally got out with distinction without any single backlog from first to last year.

I hope these points will help you a lot for gaining the good marks in your final exams.
  • The main key point in the final exams is your HAND WRITING. If your hand writing is good then no problem if not then try to write the words clearly and make sure to keep 3 space gap between each word. Try to avoid making mistakes as the evaluator shouldn’t get irritated with your paper.
  • Another key point is PRESENTATION. It plays vital role in evaluation. along with neat hand writing presentation is also important. Try to write in a point wise manner and write them correctly don’t bluff in the points as it may give bad impression.
  • Another important point is DIAGRAMS. Most of the subjects in all branches have diagrams, so draw the diagram first before writing the theory part. The diagrams should be neat and clear so that it is clearly understood. Most of the marks can be scored in diagrams only.
  • If the diagram is too big then draw it in another page instead of drawing in remaining space left in the previous page.
  • Use a good pencil to draw the diagrams and do some ruff work before drawing it on the original location to avoid the scratches as well as to improve neatness.
  • Some questions doesn’t have diagrams we don’t find any diagrams in our text books or materials so for that kind of questions from the answer that you know try to develop a diagram or figure so that the complete diagram portraits the whole answer. So that the evaluator doesn’t concentrates much on your theory part.
  • If the answer contains any equations then try to write the equations separately in the next line and if possible draw a box over it using a pencil.

For programming languages:
  • Most the questions will be given on programs instead of theory. For these type try to write the program clearly. It is better to confirm the program by doing ruff works if you are not sure about the program.
  • Try to write the program from the next page if you at the end of the previous page.
  • Make sure that your program ends with minimum number of lines.
  • For theory type questions use flow chart representations along with theory and try to give example program to fetch good marks.

Tips for gaining pass marks in your exams:

We can’t expect how the JNTU paper comes. Some times students who prepares well will also unable to answer the questions. But don’t fear here are some tips
  • If you don’t know any of the questions or if you are seeing that type of questions first time just read the question carefully you will find some known words from that question try to write answer on those words as much as possible.
  • Don’t write more number of pages from 40 fill at least 30 to 35 but don’t write below 15
  • The answer should be written at least 3-5 pages
  • Your handwriting should be neat and clear
  • In programming languages try to write a related program which you know.
  • Figures are important in the answers, try to figure out the answer and make sure to draw clearly and neatly.
  • Don’t leave the paper without writing anything , try to write any related matter on that questions so that you may fetch at least pass marks.

I think all these points will gain you good marks

6:51 AM

Nearly 70% students fail in 1st year B.TECH exams

HYDERABAD: Of the 90,000 students who enrolled into JNTU-affiliated engineering colleges last year, 62,000 failed in their first year engineering exam, the results of which were declared on Wednesday. The exams were held in May. “So much for this craze to become engineers,” said an analyst.

Officials from JNTU said that over 40 colleges in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy districts have got a pass percentage less than 10. Also over 25 per cent of the students who failed the examinations scored less than 10 percent in aggregate.

D N Reddy, JNTU vice chancellor, however, said that the pass percentage of first year students is poor this year as proper instruction had not happened in classrooms in the academic year 2009-10. “The number of working days were far less than 180 due to several reasons including political ones,” he said.

According to JNTU rules, the failed candidates will have to write supplementary and clear the test before appearing for second year examinations.

When asked about the reasons for low pass percentage, JNTU officials said that the downward slide in the pass percentage is due to an increase in the number of students taking admission in engineering colleges.

“Even students who get poor ranks in Eamcet take admission in engineering colleges as there is no dearth of seats. And the number of engineering colleges have increased multifold by the year leading to a decline in the quality of education. Both factors have contributed to poor percentage in final year results,” said Dr K Ramamohan Reddy, controller of examinations, JNTU-Hyderabad.

Source : The Times Of India
6:11 PM

Fee Reimbursement Modified

Fee Reimbursement Modified

Hyderabad : The state government has decided to allot unique identification numbers to all students in the state who enrol into the fee reimbursement scheme from this academic year. The move is aimed at preventing misuse of the scheme following complaints that some students had claimed multiple benefits under the scheme.

The decision was taken in the Cabinet meeting held at the Secretariat on Wednesday. The unique ID, will remain unchanged till a particular student completes the course.

The Cabinet has also approved the “modified” guidelines for the fee reimbursement and scholarship schemes as recommended by the Group of Ministers (GoM) to curb malpractices.

As per revised norms, students who fail in their examinations will no longer be eligible for the scheme. Students who do not have the stipulated 75 per cent attendance will be dropped from the scheme.

The tahasildar, who issues the income certificates, will now be made accountable for any discrepancy. In addition, students will have to submit a redesigned income declaration form to avail of the scheme. The form should be duly signed by a notary on a Rs10 judicial stamp paper.

The state government also came out with stringent norms pertaining to the free corporate education scheme for the weaker sections.

Students whose parents own a car for personal use are not eligible to claim the benefit. The corporate colleges that admit these students should ensure that they pass all the examinations as well. No payment will be made to the colleges if the students drop out or fail in the exams.

The state government will soon sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to this effect with the corporate colleges willing to admit students under this scheme.

Moreover, students who get admission under the management quota or through spot admissions and are subsequently transferred to the convenor quota will not be eligible for fee reimbursement and scholarship schemes.

The state has also fixed a ceiling of Rs 20,000 per annum for the reimbursement of the fees for self-financed courses. If the course fee is more than the limit set by the state, the students need to bear the additional cost themselves.

source : DC
4:57 AM

JNTU-HYD : B.Tech 1st Year (R09) Regular Results June, 2010

B.Tech I Year (R09) Results - June, 2010

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Note : Last date for Recounting/Revaluation:18-08-2010

1st Year (R09) Supple Exams will be conducted in November/December-2010