JNTUH Examination branch is responsible for conducting examinations and giving results to the students who are studying in the University Constituent Colleges, Units, Schools, and Private Engineering Colleges affiliated JNTUH for various courses.
The University has evolved an innovative system of examination and evaluation procedure which is highly efficient and automated.
Electronic Distribution of Examination Question papers
The University examinations in all the affiliated colleges are conducted by the University through its Nodal centers. In this procedure the question papers are randomly generated by the computers and they are stored in the electronic form duly encrypted. These encrypted soft copies are sent to the examination centers. These question papers can be decrypted by entering three levels of passwords. The final password will be issued by the University 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination which will help the colleges to decrypt the question paper and print them at their centers. This gives fool-proof system and confidentiality.
Online examination for Internal Evaluation
The University is planning to bring in continuous evaluation system of the students, which is essential in technical education. This can be achieved through online quiz examinations. According to this examination procedure, quiz examination will be conducted simultaneously in all the colleges affiliated to JNTU where papers will be generated by the computer from the question bank available online. This procedure helps to implement the continuous evaluation systems since paper setting and evaluation are automated ensuring uniform evaluation.
Double Valuation System
In order to make evaluation system fool-proof and to do justice to all the students, “Double valuation” system was introduced in November, 2005 for all Constituent Colleges, Units, Schools, andAffiliated Engineering Colleges. According to this procedure each answer book will be evaluated independently by two examiners. These examiners will award the marks on different award lists without marking on the answer books. These two award lists will be compared by the Chief Examiner of the subject. If the difference between these two valuations is within the prescribed limits, the higher marks are awarded to the student. If the differences are more than the prescribed limit the Chief Examiner will finalize the marks in consultation with the two examiners. The above examination procedure makes the examinations and evaluation foolproof.