DBATU B.Tech and M.Tech Results 2019

Results for end semester exams of B.Tech and M.Tech conducted in the month of Nov and Dec has to be declared by 6th of February as per the academic calendar given by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar technological university. The result date for B.Tech and M.Tech students mentioned in calendar of Dr. BATU are to be expected, exact date may differ due to moderation delay and technical problems. Students should refer academic calendar for semester curriculum and expected timetable.
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DBATU Results 2019

Usually university takes 50 days for paper checking, moderation and declaration of results but sometimes it may be delayed due to moderation and technical problems. As per the information given by faculties and students of DBATU, results are expected to be declared at the end of 2nd week of February. According to last summer exams of DBATU, M.Tech winter exam results will be announced first and then B.Tech winter exam results will be announced within 4 days M.Tech results.
Students can check their results at form filling link of DBATU given below, links are also provided in menu at the top of this page. Follow our Facebook page to get news and updates of DBATU Raigad.

For a kind of information following are the expected time duration for photocopy/revaluation:
1. The time limit for application and providing the photocopy will be 5 days.
2. The time limit for application for revaluation will be 10 days (including 5 days of photocopy appliances)
3. The revaluation should be completed within 15 days.
4. The whole process should be completed within 25 days.



DBATU Combined Passing:

The subject of combined passing was discussed in academic council meeting AC/10/2018 held on 19/05/2018. The Controller of Examination briefed the Council about the substantial difference in the continuous assessment marks and End Semester Examination Marks. Most of institutes have offered 70% to 100% marks in continuous assessment while in the End Semester Examinations the marks are in the range of 20% to 50%. It was decided that the papers of continuous assessment and Mid Term Examination be called to the Regional Office and verified randomly. Scrupulous checking of the marks offered should be made. Also it was decided that the system of combined passing be continued for A.Y. 2018-19. However, the Vice-Chancellor expressed his opinion that the Institutes should be penalized instead of the students, if the institutes are found in indulging in the malpractices of inflating the marks of their students.
[Source: Academic Council Meeting No. AC/10/2018]

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