In response to discrepancies found during the transfer of students from one autonomous college to another, the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad (JNTUH) has issued new academic norms to be followed. The new rules stated that the same syllabus to be followed for all branches in PCM for training.

In a press release from the university, the course structure, credits, subject titles and corresponding curricula of several colleges had errors. As a result, eligible and sincere students must re-register for the same course when they transfer to other universities.

In this regard, JNTU Hyderabad issued a number of directives and directed the independent colleges to comply with them. According to a JNTUH statement in this regard, “All JNTUH appointed professors from science and engineering groups shall attend all general meetings of the BoS. JNTUH applicants must ensure that the academic requirements of a minimum of 20 credits per semester are consistent with the requirements set by the University.”

The institution also announced that all branches will study the same curriculum in mathematics, physics and chemistry. Credits for courses in basic sciences, humanities and social sciences, as well as in engineering sciences are not reduced in any case.

In addition to the lists for credit and attendance detention, a second list of students who were detained because they received lower internal grades (according to R22). The rules were published by the institute on its official website as well as on the official Twitter account of the institute.

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