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JNTU-HYD : Info on 0.15% Rule (or) Grace Marks Rule


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JNTUH – Academic Regulations – Certain concession for passing – Regarding. Read: Note file Orders of the Vice–Chancellor

Presently, 0.15% grace marks are being allowed for change of class from first class to distinction (69.85 % to 70%), Second class to first class (59.85% to 60%) and pass class to second class (49.85% to 50%). With this, a total of 0.15% marks maximum are added to final year project/seminar to enable the student to get higher class for B.Tech/B.Pharm. courses.

Many representations are received from the students that a grace marks may be added for passing if a candidate failed in one/two subjects with shortage of 1, 2 or 3 marks.

Under the circumstances stated above, Vice-Chancellor is pleased to extend 0.15% grace marks facility to the candidates of any degree if he/she passes the subject(s) and obtains the degree, subject to approval of academic senate and execute council/MDC.These orders shall come into force from all examinations held during May/June 2010.

All candidates seeking benefit from the 0.15% grace marks shall apply through proper channel enclosing failed original marks memo. The principal shall verify at the college whether the candidate is passing if 0.15% grace marks facility is extended i.e. 0.15% of grand total marks of the UG/PG courses with fail in maximum two subjects.

A separate approval shall be obtained for the eligible candidates for implementation of the above relaxation as and when the applications are received.

Download Official Notification @ http://jntuh.ac.in/bulletin_board/JNTUHAcademic_Regula1289208489.pdf

Slight Changes have been made in the Grace Marks rule (On 11th June 2012). Details @ http://www.forum.universityupdates....nsideration-of-previous-best-performance.664/
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