VTU Updates

Maximum Duration for Completion of VTU B.E. Course Extended


The VTU University has a received number of requests from the students admitted during the academic years 2010-ll(regular), 2011-12 and 2012-13 (lateral entry), with a prayer to relax the maximum duration for completion of their course and also to permit them to appear for the University examinations. These requests are made by those students who could not complete their Degree within the maximum duration stipulated by the University under OB 6.2.

Hence, the matter was placed before the authorities of the VTU University. The authorities of the University considered these requests and resolved to provide two additional years in addition to the existing maximum duration specified in the regulations Governing B.E./B.Tech. as detailed below:

1. PERIOD OF RELAXATION:


Programme Year of admission Benefit of Additional years granted Must be eligible to join last Exam permitted to complete the Degree without any arrears * Scheme to be followed
B.E. /B.Tech. (Regular) 2010-11 2018-19 & 2019-20 The 5th semester during 2018-19 July 2020 2010-11 Parallel classes
B.E. /B.Tech. (lateral entry) 2011-12 2018-19 & 2019-20
B.E. /B.Tech. (lateral entry) 2012-13 2018-19 & 2019-20

* Including CIP, CIV, MATDIP301 and MATDIP401

1.1 Payment Of Examination Fees:

The students admitted under this benefit shall pay an examination fee of Rs. 2,000/- per paper subject to a maximum of Rs. 6,000/­ per semester.

1.2 Applicability:

The relaxation in maximum duration is also applicable to autonomous colleges under VTU

2. CONDUCT OF PARALLEL CLASSES:


2.1 Eligibility for admission to 5th Sem.:

  1. The scheme of study at:
    • 1st / 2nd Semester Level: 2010 scheme or 2014 scheme
    • 3rd / 4th-semester level: 2010 scheme only
  2. The student should have completed the 1st year (1st and 2nd semester) without any backlog.
  3. The student should not have more than 4 backlog subjects in 2nd year (3rd and 4th Semester).

2.2 Eligibility for admission to 7th Sem.:

  1. The scheme of study at:
    • 1st / 2nd Semester level: 2010 scheme or 2014 scheme
    • 3rd / 4th-semester level: 2010 scheme only
    • 5th /6th Semester level: 2010 scheme only
  2. The student should have completed 1st and 2nd year (1st to 4th semester) without any backlog.
  3. The student should not have more than 4 backlog subjects in 3rd year (5th and 6th Semester).

3. CONDITIONS TO BE SATISFIED IN RESPECT OF RELAXATION IN MAXIMUM DURATION AND AVAILING THE BENEFIT OF PARALLEL CLASSES

3.1 Responsibilities of students:

  1. Verify your eligibility before getting admission to the respective semester for parallel classes.
  2. Satisfy the attendance and IA requirements as per the University norms.

3.2 Responsibilities of Principals:

  1. It is compulsory that, every college (including Autonomous Colleges in respect students admitted in only VTU scheme), has to arrange for conducting parallel classes for:
    1. 5th and 6th semesters 2010 scheme during the academic year 2018-2019
    2. 7th and 8th semesters 2010 scheme during the academic years 2018-2019 and also 2019 -2020.
  2. Verify the eligibility of the students before admitting them to respective semester.
  3. Ascertain that NO STUDENT CAN GET ADMITTED TO ANY SEMESTER WITHOUT ELIGIBILITY.
  4. Maintain the records in respect of Attendance and IA as per the University norms.

The Principals of constituent and affiliated engineering colleges are informed to bring this to the notice of all the concerned and advice the students accordingly.


Maximum Duration for Completion of VTU B.E. Programme Extended

Maximum Duration for Completion of VTU B.E. Programme Extended

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