JNTUH : B.Tech / B.Pharmacy 4-2 Semester Advance Supplementary Examinations Results - July 2016

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IV B.Tech. II Semester (R09) Supplementary Examinations Results - July 2016
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IV B.Tech. II Semester (R07) Supplementary Examinations Results - July 2016
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IV B.Tech. II Semester (R05) Supplementary Examinations Results - July 2016
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B.Pharmacy IV Year II Sem. (R09) Supplementary Examinations Results - July 2016
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B.Pharmacy IV Year II Sem. (R07) Supplementary Examinations Results - July 2016
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B.Pharmacy IV Year II Sem. (NR) Supplementary Examinations Results - July 2016
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Note : Last Date for Recounting / Revaluation Date : 19-08-2016

Procedure to apply for Recounting

Procedure To Apply For Revaluation

How to check your results :
1. Follow the links provided under each examination.
2. Enter your "Hall Ticket Number".
3. Enter "Verification Code" provided & Click on "Get Result" button.
 
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Updates4u

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If you are B.Pharmacy student then yes you can apply for grace marks to get passed in that subject & you can get your degree. Under grace marks rule B.Pharmacy students can avail 9 marks.
 

Updates4u

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You need to have original memo while applying for grace marks. If you have the memo with you then apply for grace marks at your respective college. It would take 25 to 30 days to get the memos after you apply for grace marks.
 

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Yes they can. Mention your internal & external [Best marks among all regular/supple exams till now] for the subject in which you want to apply for grace marks.
 

Boss

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Yes you can apply for grace marks if you belong to B.Pharmacy & its the only subject left over from all 4 years. If you belong to B.Tech then you can't apply for grace marks.
 
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Updates4u

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Yes you can if you have sufficient internal & external marks, Gained required no.of credits. If its the only subject left over among all 4 years.
 
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