Saturday, May 31

Academic Regulations-Certain concession for passing (Info on 0.15% Rule & Grace Marks Rule included)

JNTUH – Academic Regulations – Certain concession for passing – Regarding. Read: Note file Orders of the Vice–Chancellor
Presently, 0.15% grace marks are being allowed for change of class from first class to distinction (69.85 % to 70%), Second class to first class (59.85% to 60%) and pass class to second class (49.85% to 50%). With this, a total of 0.15% marks maximum are added to final year project/seminar to enable the student to get higher class for B.Tech/B.Pharm. courses.

Many representations are received from the students that a grace marks may be added for passing if a candidate failed in one/two subjects with shortage of 1, 2 or 3 marks.

Under the circumstances stated above, Vice-Chancellor is pleased to extend 0.15% grace marks facility to the candidates of any degree if he/she passes the subject(s) and obtains the degree, subject to approval of academic senate and execute council/MDC.These orders shall come into force from all examinations held during May/June 2010.

All candidates seeking benefit from the 0.15% grace marks shall apply through proper channel enclosing failed original marks memo. The principal shall verify at the college whether the candidate is passing if 0.15% grace marks facility is extended i.e. 0.15% of grand total marks of the UG/PG courses with fail in maximum two subjects.

A separate approval shall be obtained for the eligible candidates for implementation of the above relaxation as and when the applications are received.

Slight Changes have been made in the Grace Marks rule (On 11th June 2012).For Details visit the below url

For the official Notification check the below link Note :
  • Grace Marks will be added only for external exams.
  • You can apply for grace marks & 0.15% rule only after u receive the failed memo's

Procedure For Class Change
Procedure For Addition of Grace Marks