The Examinations will be conducted at the end of each academic year both in theory and practical. The Supplementary examinations will be conducted within 6 months after the main examination conducted by the University for all the three phases of the course. Teachers with MD/ MS qualification with one year experience and M.Sc., (M) with three years experience may be appointed as Examiners.
As per the regulations of the Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences, which come into force from 01.06.2011 onwards, the following are the rules of readmission after break of study
1.Break of study means any absence more than three months during the course of study
2.For all practical purposes two types of break of study is allowed.
(a) Less than 90 days – Principal of the college can permit the candidate to rejoin the course.
(b) More than 90 days of break only two spells in a total duration of double the number of years of study (8 years) are allowed.
3.If the candidate is on a break of study or two spells in an academic year of a particular course, the candidate is deemed to have been discharged from the course.
4.If the candidate avails 2 spells of break as in clause (i)(b), even if the second spell is less that 90 days, permission must be obtained from the University.
5.In case of a single break of study of more than 90 days, the candidates have to apply to the University and permission must be obtained from the University.
A candidate shall be considered to have satisfied the requirement of attendance if he/ she attends not less than 75% of the classes held in each of the subjects separately for theory and practical postings in each academic year. However, if the attendance of students is 60% and above but below 75%, it may be condoned by the University on the recommendation of the Principal and on the payment of condo nation fee as prescribed by the University.
A candidate who does not satisfy the requirements of attendance in any subject shall not be permitted to take the University examinations in that particular subject and he/ she shall be required to appear the same in a subsequent exam.
Examination notification will be issued two months in advance to the commencement of actual date of examination. All the Principals of affiliated B.SC., (MLT) Colleges will be informed to submit the nominal rolls demand forms, ICR forms of the students admitted into 1st year B.SC., (MLT) course along with required fees, attendance etc.,. All the eligible candidates can register their names at the examinations on payment of required examination fee. 1st year fresh candidates have to submit ICR applications for registration. 1st year referred candidates and 2nd year & 3rd year regular and referred candidates have to submit their applications through the galley supplied by the University with required fee.
1. For whole examination (1st attempt) Rs.1800/- including Marks Memo
2. For referred candidates
Including Marks Memo fee
3. In addition to the above Rs.400/- towards Provisional Certificate per each candidate appearing for final year.
a) There shall be a minimum of two periodical tests preferably one in each term in theory and practical of every subject in an academic year, and the average of two awards will be taken as the final award in that subject. If a candidate is absent for any one of the tests due to genuine and satisfactory reasons such a candidates may be given a re-test.
b) The candidate should score a minimum 35% in theory and Practical Internal assessment examination, separately to be eligible to appear in the University examination in that subject.
c) Fresh Internal assessment is mandatory for referred and detained students. The previous internal assessment marks will not be considered.
a) A candidate shall register for all the subjects of a year when he/ she appears for the examinations of that year for the first time.
b) A candidate shall not be admitted to the practical examinations for the first time unless he/ she produces the class record book duly certified by the Head of the Department.
c) The marks awarded to the record during the first appearance will be valid for the subsequent examinations in case of failed candidates.
On receipt of the answer scripts from the Common Examination Centers, they will be coded at the University and will be digitally evaluated. After evaluation the marks obtained will be processed at the Electronic Data Processing Cell (EDPC) of the University and the result will be declared with in a period of 45 days after completion of the examinations.
a) A candidate shall be declared to have passed in a subject if he/ she obtains not less than 40% in the written and 50% in practical examinations in the University examination and an Aggregate of 50% marks including the Internal Assessment.
b) If a candidate fails in either theory or practical he/ she has to appear for both theory and practical in the subject in any subsequent examination and he/ she must obtain the minimum marks as specified above for a pass in that subject.
1. There is no minimum mark prescribed for orals.
2. Maximum of 5 grace marks will be awarded in one or more than one subject provided the candidate passes all subjects.
Class shall be declared for the first, second and third year examinations on the basis of aggregate marks
|FIRST CLASS WITH DISTINCTION||Not less than 70% of the aggregate marks.|
|FIRST CLASS||69% to 60% of the aggregate marks|
|SECOND CLASS||59% TO 50% of the aggregate marks.|
There is no provision for re evaluation of answer books in the University. However, as per the rules of the University the students can request for re-totaling on payment of Rs.500/-. On receipt of student’s application along with fee, a date for re-totaling will be announce by the University. The student has to attend personally on the said date to identify the answer book, which will be shown to the student. The faculty members who are posted for the job will take up the correction of the errors in the re-totaling and correction of un-valued questions. Modification of the results if any will be declared as per the rules of the University.
A candidate with two backlog subjects in First year may be promoted to second year B.Sc., (MLT)
A candidate with one backlog subject in Second year B.Sc., (MLT) may be promoted to the 3rd year B.Sc., (MLT) course but the candidate has to clear all the backlog subjects of 1st and 2nd year to be eligible to appear for 3rd year B.Sc., (MLT).
All the candidates who have completed their course with in the stipulated period are eligible to apply for Original Degree Certificate, Official Transcript (for BPT & B.Sc., (MLT) only) and Migration Certificates on payment of required fee along with the applications, forwarded by the Principals of concerned Colleges with all enclosures required therein.
|Sl. No.||Details||Ordinary||Double Payment (For early issue)|
|1||Original Degree Certificate (OD) (Late fee is Rs.200/- per year upto a maximum of Rs.1,000/-)||2,000/-||4,000/-|
|2||Official Transcript:- (OT)||2,000/-||4,000/-|
|3||Migration Certificate (MC)||500/-||1000/-|
|4||Fee for application and issue of Certificate in place of lost Original Degree||6,500/-||--|
|5||Attestation of B.Sc.,(MLT) Credentials issued by the University on production of Original certificates only
for 40 copies
40 to 60 copies
60 to 80 copies
|6||Fee for Credential Verification/ genuineness confirmation||6,000/-||--|
|7||Fee for issue of Duplicate Marks Memo||500/-||--|
|8||Fee for issue of Duplicate Provisional Certificate||500/-||--|
|9||Certificate of Medium of Instruction||1,000/-||--|
|10||Name Equivalence Certificate||2,000/-||--|
A certificate of genuineness of the documents issued by the Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences will be sent to the applicant authority on receipt of the request for the same along with copies of documents and on payment of prescribed fee.
APPLICATION FORMATS FOR ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES are attached which can be downloaded and submitted to the University through proper channel with the prescribed Fee.