B-Pharmacy 1st Year 1st mid 2nd Phase Time Table Reg

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How to improve your skills in JNTU Exams?

Are you checking out for successful online tips for clearing your B.Tech Course from JNTU?  But are really confused that how you are going to handle it. As they are quite tough and until unless you practice hard and well you want be able to clear the examination. There are few methods which could help you in preparing for the examination and want to earn best outcome. We encourage candidates to go ahead with the preparations on the pattern suggested. Once you have completed your 12th standards you are having the dream to reach out to the highest and branded colleges or universities like JNTU.
If you put your ample efforts on the right direction, then you should not worry as it is going to achieve with 40 to 50 % in an easy manner. But it is for sure that in real life it’s not going to work, due to which you need to strive hard for reaching to the top. We are focusing on the tips which could help you in enhancing your skills and tricks. JNTU is having their own external and internal strengths of innovation and evaluation for the examinations. It is having their own internal examinations which are handled in different patterns like subjective, assignments, objective, comprehensive and viva voice. The external examination consists of laboratory, theory, main project and mini project.
How to prepare for the internal examination?
Internal examinations are conducted for the 25 marks which are distributed as under- like objective (10 marks), subjective examination (10 marks) and assignments (5 marks). For overall scores percentage on higher end it is essential that you achieve the marks level at higher score. The students have to secure around 20 marks for seeking 80% in every subject. In subjective examinations, it would be conducted in 4 units where 4 questions would be given and 2 should be answered in every section which carries around 5 marks. One option is candidate prepares for at least 2 units for scoring well. Concentrate on the teaching and be attentive when faculty is teaching as he/she would be providing you some hints with respect to it.
Tips for preparation of examinations at External front
Every semester would be having the external examination for 75 marks with the syllabus for the 8 units. The question paper would be consisting of 8 questions out of 8 which 5 have to be answered in 3 years duration's and each topic is going to carry 15 marks. Some of the techniques for scoring the examinations are as under-

  • You need to prepare 6 units thoroughly for getting best score. Students could go ahead with solving the difficult one and then the easiest stuff quite easily from 8 units. Another pattern would be solving the 2 units which will have basic for the subject and the last unit with the syllabus on the applications.
  • Try to solve out around 2 to 3 years old papers for every subject and then segregate the questions unit wise. You should select 3 best questions which would be covering entire topics for the unit, 3 questions on every unit are sufficient for preparations.
  • Check out for the questions which have been repeated continuously on regular intervals should be considered for further studies.

Jntu Hyderabad – Examination Branch – Btech External Exams December/January -2014 are postponed and Rescheduled

 This is to inform that B-Tech External Examinations scheduled on 8-1-2015 are postponed and the revised dates scheduled as below. Hence it is requested to intimate the same to all b-Tech Students immediately

Previous Date                                                                                                    Rescheduled Date
8-1-2015 FN- B-Tech                                                                                       10-1-2015 FN-BTech

08-1-2015 AN- BTech .                                                                                    10-1-2-15 AN- BTech 

JNTU Hyderabad Notification for Ph.D. Course Supplementary Examinations

Notification for Ph.D. Course Supplementary Examinations (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Humanities & Social Sciences & Physical Education) commencing from February, 2015 
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