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JNTUH computer-based test for second semester exams to be held this month, Check details here

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According to media reports, the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological university will be conducting the JNTUH computer-based tests for the second-semester exams for the first to third-year B.Tech and B. Pharmacy students. The Computer-based test is scheduled to be conducted in November 2020.

Reports suggest that the examination is being conducted for the regular students who were absent during the mid-term examinations. The computer-based test will also be conducted for the students who have transferred from other universities or autonomous colleges under JNTUH and for the internal marks component of the substitute subjects.

Examination Details

According to a letter issued by Director, evaluation, JNUTH – Kamakshi Prasad to the college principals, the Computer-based exam will consist of 25 objective questions from the entire syllabus.  In the letter, the director has further stated that all the questions are to be answered in the online mode for a duration of 45 minutes. Each question will carry one mark. 

The Computer-based test will be conducted at a limited number of examination centres based on the number of registrations. Candidates can check the examination details available on the official exam portal.

Exam Admit Card

The admit card or the computer-based exams will be available on the official website. Students appearing for the semester exams are advised to download the admit card from the website. The admit card will include the examination centre details, exam details, name and roll number of the students, examination duration and reporting time, and the name of the subjects along with the instructions to be followed by the students on the exam day.

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