JNTU Anantapur B.Tech 2nd Yr 2nd Sem R15 Regular May-Jun 2017 Exam Results:
JNTUA B.Tech 2nd Yr 2nd Sem R15 Regular Results 2017 – Regular/Supply, Mid, Sem Exams. JNTUA (Jawaharlal Nehru technological University, Anantapur) has announced the results for B.Tech II year II Semester (R15) regulation Regular/Supply Results which have been conducted in the month of May/June 2017. Here we are providing the link to see your results for JNTUA B.Tech 2nd year 2nd semester exams. JNTU Anantapur has conducted B.Tech 2-2 sem exams in the month of May/June 2017 for R15 regulation, Regular or supply exam students. The results for the same has been released by the JNTUA officially. Check the results link from below.
JNTUA (Jawahrlal Nehru Technological University,Anantapur ) conducted the B.Tech II year II semester exams in the month of May/June 2017 and after completion of evaluation, finally released the results @ jntuaresults.azurewebsites.net Students who have written regular and Supplementary exams, they are eagerly waiting for the results of R15. Here we are providing the details about the JNUTA B.Tech II Year II Semester of R15 Regulation Regular/Supply Mid, Sem Exam Results.
Name of the University :Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Name of the Exam :JNTUA B.Tech 2-2 Sem (R15,R13, R09 Regular / Supply Mid, Sem
Name of the Category :Results
Results Status :Released
Official website :https://jntuaresults.azurewebsites.net/
The State Government of Andhra Pradesh through A.P. Govt. Act No.30 of 2008 has separated the erstwhile JNTU into four different Universities viz., JNT University Anantapur, JNT University Kakinada, JNT University Hyderabad and JNA&FA University Hyderabad.
JNT University Anantapur started functioning from the 155 acre campus of one of its Constituent College at Anantapur, since August 2008. As a budding University it is committed to develop and nurture a Technical Education System in the four districts of Rayalaseema viz., Anantapur, Chittoor, YSR, Kurnool districts and SPSR Nellore district which would produce skilled man power of high quality comparable to the best in the world and in adequate numbers to meet the complex technological needs of the economy.