The duration of the B.Tech. Program shall be 4 years (8 semesters).
The Maximum duration of the B.Tech. Program shall be 6 years (12 semesters). You might not get certificate if you didn't Complete B.Tech program in 6 Years.
2 Semesters Per Year
Odd Sem : 1st July to 31st December
Even Sem : 1st January to 30th
Will be based on an Academic Calendar
Semester Duration: Each semester should have 72 Days
|L - T - P||Credit|
|1 Hr. Lecture (L) per week||1|
|1 Hr. Tutorial (T) per week||1|
|1 to 2 Hours Practical(P) per week||1|
|3 to 4 Hours Practical(P) per week||2|
Semester Based Divison
Category Division: View Category Based divison here
Minimum Credits (Per Semester) :- 15
Maximum Credits (Per Semester) :- 25
Note: No semester shall have more than six lecture-based courses and two laboratory and/or drawing / seminar / project courses in the curriculum.
The medium of instruction shall be English. All examinations, project/seminar reports and presentations shall be in English.
No, College is not allowed to with-held students certificates. On request by the student college has to give certificates to the students
No, A student who does not register for all the courses listed in the curriculum for a semester shall not be eligible to enroll for the next higher semester.
Total Credits (allowed) = Credits allotted in a Semester + 8 Credit courses
This will impose course repeat registration limits.
B.Tech certificate will be issues only if the following conditions are satisfied
The diagram above shows the FA structure when considering a single class
Students/Parents Shall contact corresponding Faculty Advisor/Senior Faculty Advisor for any concerns and they have to adress the same and forward or recommend the same to higher offices. Faculty Advisor/ Senior Faculty Advisor can be contacted for all kinds of advices, clarifications and permissions on academic matters.
(i) End Semester Examinations : Examinations Conducted by the university.
Nov/Dec : (odd semesters Exam)May/June : (even sem exam)
Note: S7 & S8 will be conducted in both semesters
(ii) Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) : Internal Evaluation by corresponding faculties at college level.
|Type||CIE : ESE|
|Theory Courses||1 : 2|
|Laboratory Courses||1 : 1|
The Continuous Internal Evaluation shall be on the basis of the day-to-day work, periodic tests (minimum two in a semester) and assignments (minimum two).
|Course||Attendance||Test||Assignment/Class work/Course Project|
Three days shall be utilised for conducting the internal evaluation test.
If (Attendence>=90%) => attendance internal (20% Full)
else If (Attendence < 90%) => attendance internal ( <20% proportionate reduction)
Duty Leave can be added to attendance, CIE marks Should be published before 5 days before end sem exam
If a student clears internals and becomes eligible for writing lab exams but had to miss it due to some situation, then the student will be awarded “I’ Grade. They can appear for the next attempt. If the student fails Lab exams, then their grade will be ‘F’ and will have to re attempt in the next chance.
Yes, Continuous Internal Evaluation mark (CIE/Internal) percentage shall not exceed 30% over the End Semester Examination (ESE) mark % . Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) Marks will be normalized accordingly
For example if the end semester mark % is 40, then the maximum eligible CIE mark % is 40+30 = 70 %.)
|project guide evaluation||3 member CIE Committee
||Final 3 member Committee|
1/3 rd of project in S7
2/3 rd of project in S8
The report and the presentation shall be evaluated by a team of internal members comprising three senior faculty members based on the style of presentation, technical content, adequacy of reference, depth of knowledge and overall quality of the report.
The Credits mentioned above must be gained by students or wont be able to register the corresponding semesters mentioned. As a result students will lose 1 year.
Grades are awarded based on the overall % marks (CIE + ESE)
|Grades||Grade Point (GP)||% of Total Marks obtained in the
|F (Fail)||0||Below 50% (CIE + ESE) or Below 40 % for ESE|
|FE||0||Failed due to lack of eligibility criteria (See 5)|
|I||0||Could not appear for the end semester examination but fulfills the eligibility criteria|
|First Class with Distinction||CGPA >= 8.0|
|First Class||CGPA >= 6.5|
Eligibility Conditions are :
The students with FE grade shall register for the courses during the normal semesters in which the courses are offered (ie; Odd sem subjects in Odd semester & Even Sem Subject in Even Semester) However, for the seventh and eighth semester FE grade students can register for the courses in the next immediate chance, if offered by their institute
A student will fail in a subject If,
If failed in a course, student can register the exam again in the next next opportunity and earn the credits
Equivalent percentage mark shall be = 10 * CGPA – 2.5
|1||Examination Registration Fee
|2||Subject Registration||200 Rs|
|3||Supplementary Registration||200 Rs|
|4||Revaluation Fee||600 Rs|
|5||Answer Copy Request
|6||Student Administration Fee
|7||Review : failed after revaluation
and have copy of Answer book
|8||Review : failed after revaluation
and don’t have copy of Answer book
You can pay fees through portal or via college. See in portal FAQ
Students can get answer script by paying fee mentioned above. After obtaining answer script the student is permitted to check the answer books of the End Semester Examination after the results are declared, on payment of the prescribed fee. Any discrepancy in evaluation could be brought to the notice of the Controller of Examination, who shall initiate appropriate action as per the University Examination Manual
When given for Revaluation, Your answer script will undergo the valuation process once again. Any grade change will be reflected. You wont be able to see your answer script if only opted for answer script copy
The better of the 2 marks will be the final after revaluation, Dont fear of reducing marks
If the difference in marks obtained in revaluation and the original valuation is more than 15% of the maximum marks, it shall be sent for third valuation. The final mark shall then be the average of the closer of the two marks obtained in the three valuations to the advantage of the student or the mark obtained in the original valuation whichever is higher. The Controller of Examination shall examine such cases and conduct proper enquiry to see whether any of the examiners is responsible for negligent valuation of answer script and initiate suitable action as per the University Examination Manual.
Refund and action against examiners will be undertaken if more than 15 % change from actual awarded mark is found
Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) are calculated as follows.
‘Ci’ is the credit assigned for a course ‘GPi’ is the grade point for that course. Summation is done for all courses specified in the curriculum of that semester. The failed and incomplete courses shall also be considered in the calculation.
‘Ci’ is the credit assigned for a course ‘GPi’ is the grade point for that course. Summation is done for all courses specified in the curriculum up to that semester for which the ‘CGPA’ is needed. Here the failed courses shall also be accounted. CGPA for the B. Tech programme is arrived at by considering all course credits that are needed for the degree and their respective grade points. For students admitted under lateral entry scheme, credits for the first and second semester courses shall not be accounted for the calculation of CGPA. Percentage Calculation Equivalent percentage mark shall be = 10 * CGPA – 2.5
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This Error Shows Up because semester grade card can be generated only if the student completes all the subjects in a semester, with no supplementary (F) or FE or I Courses
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100 activity points will earn 2 credits which is mandatory for B.Tech Degree. More than 100 points also will only grant 2 credits only. Activity points and credits thus earned wont be accounted for GPA Calculation
Yes, 100 activity points are mandatory for getting B.Tech degree. The Overal credits is 162. 160 credits from courses and 2 credits from 100 activity points. No matter, even if you earned more than 100 activity points , You will get only 2 credits for that and wont be accounted for GPA Calculation.
No student shall be permitted, under any circumstances, to change the branch/stream to which he/she is admitted by the competent authority for admission.
Migration from other university to KTU university is permitted only if the other university signed an agreement/ MoU with KTU.
B.Tech Minor allows the students to earn an additional 20 credits and B.Tech Degree with Minors will be issued.
Out of the 20 Credits, 12 credits :- min 3 courses, during the specified period. The total number of contact hours for these three courses shall be 126 Hrs (42Hrs/course). The duration of a course shall be minimum 14 weeks. 8 credits :- 2 MOOCs recommended by the Board of studies and approved by the Academic Council.
Registration for minor shall be along with the registration of the 3rd semester.
If a student fails in any course of the minor, he/she shall not be eligible to continue the B.Tech Minor. However, the additional credits and grades thus far earned by the student shall be included in the grade card but shall not be considered in calculating the CGPA.Read More About Minors
All B.Tech Students will be able to register for B.Tech Honours. However Overall GPA/CGPA after 8th Semester should be 8.5 or higher. Else B.Tech Honours wont be awarded
The students can earn additional 20 credits to be eligible for the award of B. Tech (Honours) Degree.
Out of the 20 Credits, 12 credits :- min 3 specified B. Tech (Honours) Elective courses of the respective stream. Credits for the B. Tech (Honours) Elective courses are deemed to be earned only on getting at least a grade ‘C’ or better in the composite evaluation. A student shall not be permitted to select the normal elective courses of the respective B. Tech programs for attaining the credit requirements of B. Tech (Honours). 8 credits :- two MOOCs of the respective streams recommended by the Board of studies and approved by the Academic Council.
Grace Marks can be awarded in 2 cases,
Grace Marks can be awarded for representing the University in officially sponsored national level competitions/ championships/ tournaments