JNTUH: Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad every year conducts semester exams for the candidates of engineering and pharmacy, there are almost 650+ colleges affiliated in the Telangana & Andhra states, it was more than 50 days students were eagerly waiting for their 1st semester results, after the release of JNTUH 2-1 Results, JNTUH 3-1 Results and JNTUH 4-1 Results this week in February looks lot of students are not satisfied with the correction of the papers, it’s been a long time students questioning on the JNTUH corrections but this the students took the help of the media as well as they want to reach their voice to the Telangana CM Mr K. Chandrashekar Rao claiming that they failed the examination despite attempting several questions in detail. Very soon the JNTUH 1-1 Results R16 to be announced.
Students asking all the details of the correction and asking JNTUH about procedure of the correction and all other details, a student who has claimed that he is the victim of the JNTU Hyderabad correction, started an online campaign/petetion on the Change.org named ‘Protest against JNTUHyderabad Faulty Evaluation System’ to reach the voice of the students to Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister of Telangana State, Sri Kadiyam Srihari, Minister of IT Telangana K.T. Rama Rao, Vice-Chancellor, JNTU Hyderabad Prof. A. Venugopal Reddy.
Updated on 15th February 2017: The University has replied with the uploading the official notification which can be download from here, students can share our website for more information, you can follow All India Word on Facebook also for latest updates on the JNTU Results and other important information. Share our website with your friends also.
A former B.Tech student (2016 Passout) named ‘Lais Muhammad Sabry’ has posted a video on Facebook regarding the JNTU Examination paper correction and petition on change.org, you can watch the video here. He explains about the issues he faced in the engineering life.
Update on 14th February 2017: After the students protest online the KTR had replied to the tweet. Now lot of students have been protesting and this news being released on various media channels, there are some students who are claiming on Facebook and other platforms that they wrote the exam for 65 – 70 marks but they are not even scoring qualified marks, look likes students are very much aggressive regarding the correction of the paper or the evaluation of script or paper. Let us see which form does it take the protest of the JNTUH students. Candidates shall also know that the Times of India also reported the news on ‘JNTUH’s evaluation process questioned’ on May 24, 2016, even the ETV Andhra Pradesh on December 13, 2012, reported about the ‘Task Force exposes Answer sheets scam in JNTU Hyderabad’. As somewhere on Facebook it was found that students planning some protest on February 15th at JNTU campus. ‘Times of India’ also published news regarding the matter on 12th February 2017.
Students also claim that the university makes a lot of money through re-evaluation and hence gives less marks to students in the exams. A lot of students protesting over college, and tweeting and retweeting this apart from posting and spreading the news on Social Media especially Facebook but let us see what will happen, what the reply will be given by the JNTUH. Recently in the regulation of R09, there use to be 8 question in the paper (for B.Tech’s) out of which candidates have the choice to leave 3. But after the new regulations came the R13, R15 and R16 the question paper pattern was also changed.
Recently around 14,000 students have detained due to credits rule. Agitated students of the Keshav Memorial Institute of Technology (KMIT) and the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technology, (MGIT) Hyderabad held protests on February 10, in their college premises demanding efficiency in the evaluation process. You can give your views and thoughts and in the comments section and do share this article with your friends on Facebook and other social media networks.