The new detain rules will be based on credit system.Students will be detained if they score less than 50% in semester examinations. Detained students. JNTUH Read more Apply as student news reporter from your college New rules and regulations in JNTUH affiliated colleges || JNTUH updates
The examination and promotion rules are getting even more tough for students to clear semester examinations every year. With an initiative to improve quality of the technical education, universities are changing promotion rules every year. JNTUH is making changes to detain rules every year. Last week detained students from different degree colleges protested against the same. Now, The degree students in Telangana state will be detained if they fail to obtain 50 per cent marks in their semester examinations. The new rule will be enforced as part of the choice-based credit system (CBCS) introduced last year.
Ramana Reddy, president of the Telangana Degree and PostGraduate College Management Association said “We are waiting for the Telangana government to release the detailed structure of how we have to implement the new system. Only after going through the guidelines will we be in a position to react to the system”.Earlier, students were promoted to the next semester even if they had secured less than 50 per cent. However, with the reformation, besides scoring more than 50 per cent in each semester, students will have to maintain at least 75 per cent attendance in order to get promoted to the next semester.
The officials of the Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) in collaboration with the vice-chancellors of state universities took the decision to roll out the detention system in all degree colleges across the state.”As per the detention system, a first-year student who secures less than 50% marks in subjects prescribed for the first and second semester will be detained. The same shall be followed for other semesters as well,” said Papi Reddy, chairman, TSCHE. The respective college managements are yet to receive a confirmation regarding the new move.
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The new detain rules will be based on credit system.Students will be detained if they score less than 50% in semester examinations. Detained students. JNTUH
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