Varsity seeks Rs 1K for re-evaluation; grace marks of 0.15% of no use, say the affected
The court passed this order in the petition filed by D Saaketh Chaitanya, a student from Warangal, seeking permission to appear for counselling and allotment of seat in engineering course.
While the varsities have not declared the schedule for the postponed exams so far, the exams which are to begin from October 27 will go on as per schedule.
The police resorted to using force when the student activists jumped inside the JNTU entrance gate.
Students who are against the exams started online protests since last week and are asking the university to promote all students.
While they are to be seated on seats placed at a distance of five to six metres from each other by following the COVID-19 protocol strictly, over 35,000 are expected to attempt for the exam on day 1.
The Engineering exam would be conducted in four days beginning on September 9 and followed by 10, 11, and 14.
Some students tagged the CMO’s Twitter handle requesting the state government to postpone the exam.
The government has allotted 85 acres of land for the construction of five buildings at Kakani village in Narasaraopet mandal.
Recently, the commission issued a notice to the JNTU V-C directing him to appear in person in a case relating to appointment of faculty members provisionally appointed by affiliated colleges.
The National Service Scheme (NSS) wing of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU)-Kakinada, took part in the State-level NSS youth festival in Visakhapatnam on Saturday.