JNTUH R16 Grace Marks Option Rules 2020 For UG/PG

JNTUH UG/Pg R16 Grace Marks of adding marks to 2 subjects information provided on below.

JNTUH R16 Regulation Grace Marks Option

JNTUH B.Tech R16 Promotion Rule:

Name of the university Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad
Categories R16 Grace Marks Rules
Regulation R16
Courses UG/PF
Status Released on 9th Nov 2020

 

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JNTUH Grace marks benefit to the B.Tech / B.Pharmacy Students of R16 Regulations – Released on 9th Oct 2020

The Principals are informed to note that for the issue of grace marks benefit to the students, the attached format is to be filled up and printed on the principal letter-head, one for each candidate and send to DE office. For other types of letter formats, you are requested to visit the Url https://studentservices.jntuh.ac.in/oss

Further the Principals are informed to note that college – wise lists of students (belonging to R-16 regulations) who are eligible to claim grace marks will be generated and sent to respective college Principals based on the marks the students secured in the failed subject of I-I, I-II, II-I, II-II, IIII, III-II & IV-I semesters. After receiving the lists, the colleges can intimate the students to apply for the grace marks, if the students desire to do so.

Meanwhile the colleges can receive the grace marks requests from the students who do not have any backlog subjects till IV-I semester and by adding grace marks up to 10, students get eligibility to receive their PC & CMM. Such students can enclose the screenshot of IV-II semester results obtained from the results portal. They need not wait for the issue of IV-II original marks memo. The grace marks applicable course – wise for R16 regulation are as follows:

IV-years course III-years course (Lateral entry)
B.Tech 10 marks 7 marks
B.Pharm 10 marks 8 marks

 

JNTUH R16 Grace Marks:

The University Examination branch adds the grace marks, not exceeding 0.15% marks of the total marks to one or two subjects in which the student failed.

If adding these grace marks helps the student to i) pass in these one or two failed subjects and ii) get eligibility to receive the degree. These grace marks shall be added only when the candidate submits an undertaking which is duly forwarded by the Principal of the concerned college.

The University introduced the Choice-Based Credit System from the academic year 2016-17 onwards as R16 Academic Regulations. As per the R16 Regulations, in the marks memo of the student, only the letter grade and grade point are shown; the actual marks secured by the student are not shown.

Hence the student does not know how many marks are required to pass the subject and student cannot apply for the grace marks. Hence the matter was placed in the XXXVIII Standing Committee of the Academic Senate Meeting under table item no.4 for the suitable directions.

The Academic Senate advised the Examination branch to notify all the eligible students, college-wise, after the declaration of every series of examinations.

The benefit of grace marks shall be extended to only such students who submit their application cum undertaking for grace marks. All such student undertakings must he be endorsed by the College Principal.

Under the circumstances, as stated above, the VC is pleased to approve to notify all the eligible students, college-wise, after the declaration of every series of examinations.

The benefit of grace marks shall be extended only who submit their application cum undertaking endorsed by the Principal of the College for grace marks.

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JNTUH B.Tech/B.Pharm R16 -2 Subjects Exemption & Grace Marks 2020

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24 COMMENTS

  1. when will be declaration of marks which were added in the form of grace marks??

  2. Sir I have a backlog in 4-2 R16 regulation….I got 16 marks in external and 23 marks in internal. Can I apply for grace marks. Plz reply sir

  3. Sir I have few backlogs in previous sem. But in 4-2 I have one backlog I secured 31 marks in external and I don’t have internal marks can I apply for grace marks or not? R13

  4. sir please give dropping option I have high percentage but have 2backlogs please give drop out option sir

  5. I have one back log in 4-2 . I got 11 marks in external. Can I apply for grace marks

  6. i’ve failed in only one subject with 15 marks,if i pay fee for revaluation,will i eligible for grace marks if i get more 2 or 3 marks in revaluation

  7. I have one supply in 4-2 sem and no backlogs in previous sems.can I apply for grace marks or not

  8. What about R 15 Regulation Sir those Students are not eligible to apply for this Grace Marks…..
    Because I have also two subjects all needed Grace Marks …

  9. Any kind of options is for R16 regulations wise to leave the subjects any way is possible

  10. Sir i have previous semister 2 backlogs Now i have 1 backlog in 4_2 so can i eligeble for grace marks,pls clear this?

  11. Im from R16 batch, i have backlogs in 4-2 with 18 marks and in 3-2 with grade F (marks not mentioned),will i be able to apply for the grace marks for both subjects

  12. Im from R16 batch, i have backlogs in 4-2 with 18 marks and in 3-2 with grade F (marks not mentioned) will i be able to apply for the grace marks for both the subjects, plz reply me

  13. Sir I have cleared 4_2 sem, but I have supply 4_1 sem then how can I apply grace marks. Please respond sir

  14. I have 2 backlogs in previous semester…. Now I have another one backlog in 4-2…. I have a hope that I can clear previous backlogs…so now can I have a chance for applying grace marks for 4-2 semesters one backlog…

  15. I have 1 supply in 4-1 and I have 2 supplies in 4-2, can I apply for grace marks or not? Please reply the answer

  16. This is for r16 scheme students..
    Those who are passed out and who are pushing their final year?

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