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WebE ac.inOff: 91–40–32422256 91–40–23158665JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD(Established by Govt. Act No. 30 of 2008)Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 085, Telangana, IndiaNo: JNTUH/ Affiliation Procedure and Regulations/2020-21Date: 31-01-2020NOTICEThe draft copy of Affiliation Procedure and Regulations (with effect from 2020-21) isplaced in the University website for the view of stake holders of JNTUH (www.jntuhaac.in).The University invites all stake holders to view the details and send their remarks by mail tofeedbackaac@jntuh.ac.in. The Principals of the colleges are requested to place theinformation in Notice Boards and / or communicate through other means to reach allstakeholders.Sd/REGISTRARToThe Managements / Principals of all affiliated colleges of JNTUH.Copy to: PA to Vice-Chancellor / Rector / Registrar, JNTUH for information.

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABADJAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABADKukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 085Affiliation Procedure and Regulations(With effect from 2020-21)(DRAFT and in Editorial Corrections)(To be placed before Executive Council for Approval)University Academic Audit CellJawaharlal Nehru Technological University HyderabadJANUARY, 2020Affiliation Procedure and Regulations (With effect from 2020)

FOREWORDThe Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad is one of the largestaffiliating Universities in the State of Telangana and in the country. The qualityof education in the College / Institute affiliated to JNTUH thus reflects thequality of engineers from the State. It is therefore imperative that the Universitybears responsibility to ensure academic infrastructure and environment thatpromotes quality education. In this endeavor, the University has shownadaptiveness in curriculum design and laid down norms and regulations foreffective implementation of the curriculum.The quality of education will improve when continuous, objective and scientificmethods are adopted. Hence, in the interest of developing the quality ofeducation, better methods of evaluation have to be adopted. It is obvious thatthe need of the hour in the field of education or for that matter in any otherfield in our country now is accountability and autonomy. Accountability of thestaff to the society and accountability of the institution as a whole to thesociety is required to turn College / Institute into centers of academicexcellence.The University presently has about 300 Colleges / Institutes affiliated toit, offering varied courses both at Under Graduate and Post Graduate levels, inEngineering, Pharmacy and MBA/MCA with the ever increasing demand ofstudents in taking up engineering education and increasing interest of privateManagements in establishing the technical Institutions. Greater awareness onthe minimum standards expected ofCollege / Institute for providing qualitytechnical education and specially, availability of academic infrastructure forpractical orientation has been prescribed in the University syllabus andcurriculum. The role of University as a regulating body rests not only inprescribing the syllabus, but also in ensuring that the College / Institute areadequately equipped to implement the curriculum to achieve the desiredquality of education, uniformly wherever the courses offered.Affiliation Procedure and Regulations (With effect from 2020)Page 1

A comprehensive and objective assessment of institutions in terms of normsand regulations laid down can only be achieved through procedures andformats, enabling transparency and automation within a stipulated duration.The emphasis on infrastructure to support practical orientation of curriculum,accountability of institutions to the society, monitoring of institutions on acontinuous basis, automation for faster processing, greater awareness ofrequirements and norms, opportunity to College / Institute for improvement ofacademic infrastructure are just a few of the revisions adopted towardsUniversity’s continuous efforts as a regulating body.Earlier a committee, viz. “Affiliation Regulations Committee” wasconstituted to review and recommend revisions to the affiliation regulationsand procedures. The members of the committee were Prof. Suleman Siddiqui,Former Vice-Chancellor – OU, Prof. K. Lal Kishore, Former Vice-Chancellor –JNTUA and Former Registrar of JNTUH, Prof. G. Tulasiram Das, Former ViceChancellor – JNTUK and Former Registrar of JNTUH, Prof. N. V. Ramana Rao,Former Registrar of JNTUH, Mr. Abhishek Reddy, Standing Counsel of JNTUHon Affiliation matters and Prof. G. Vijaya Kumari, Director, Academic AuditCell, Member Convener. Prof. N. Yadaiah, Registrar- JNTUH, Dr. Srinath,special officer, UAAC and Dr. P. Bhramara, Coordinator, UAAC as SpecialInvitees. Under the chairpersonship of Vice-Chancellor I/C of JNTUH,Smt. Shailaja Ramaiyer, number of meetings were held by the committee toreview the regulations and recommend revisions to the existing affiliationregulations and procedures.Further, the draft affiliation regulations were placed on the JNTUHwebsite, inviting suggestions/ feedback. More than 100 e-mails and letterswere received in response from individuals, Colleges / Institutes andassociations. A series of stake holder interaction meetings with variousaffiliated College / Institute Managements (Minority Institutions, GroupInstitutions, Autonomous Colleges / Institutes, Single College / Institutemanagements, Stand-alone Colleges / Institutes and Pharmacy Colleges /Institutes) were held. There were more than 200 representatives from variousCollege / Institute attended and the feedback was placed before the committee.Affiliation Procedure and Regulations (With effect from 2020)Page 2

The final recommendations of the committee were placed before the ExecutiveCouncil of the University for approval and the same were implemented for theAcademic Year dfromvariousassociations of Colleges / Institutes and in view of the past experience HighCourtdecisions, the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor Professor A. Venu Gopal Reddy hasconstituted a high power committee consisting of Prof. N. V. Ramana Rao,Rector as Chairman, Prof.B.C. Jinaga, Former Rector of JNTUH, Prof. K. VijayaKumar Reddy, Former DAP of JNTUH, Prof. A. Govardan, Principal, JNTUHCEH as Members and Prof. M. Sreenivasa Rao, Director, Academic Audit Cell,Member Convener. Prof. A.V.Sita Rama Raju, OSD (Affiliation) to ViceChancellor, Prof.G.Vijaya Kumari, Former Director, Academic Audit Cell,Dr. K.Anitha Sheela, Coordinator, UAAC and Dr. C. Srinath, Special Officer,UAAC as Special Invitees to further review the regulations. The committee metseveral times and finalized the regulations which were implemented for theAcademic Year 2017-18.To further review the regulations keeping in view of the past experienceof Appellate Committee and the Hon’ble High Court Judgments in various writpetitions filed by some of the affiliated College / Institutes, the Hon’ble ViceChancellor, Prof A. Venugopal Reddy has constituted an Affiliation RegulationReview Committee, which will be effective from the Academic Year 2018-19.The Committee consisting ofProf. B. N. Bhandari, Director, Academic &Planning, JNTUH as Chairman, Prof. B.C.Jinaga (Retd.), Former Rector, JNTU,Prof. A. Govardhan, Rector, JNTUH , Sri A. Abhishek Reddy, Standing Counsel,Prof. G.Vijaya Kumari, Director, J-HUB, JNTUH,Prof. A.V. Sitarama Raju,OSD (affiliations) to Vice-Chancellor as Members, Prof. M. Sreenivasa Rao,Director, UAAC, JNTUH as Convener & Member, Prof. K.Anitha Sheela,Coordinator, UAACand Sri G. Praveen Babu, Coordinator, UAAC, as SpecialInvitees and conducted several meetings in the University. The committeerecommended several changes to the existing regulations.Affiliation Procedure and Regulations (With effect from 2020)Page 3

Further, the draft affiliation regulations were placed on the JNTUHwebsite, inviting suggestions/ feedback. Subsequently a series of stake holderinteraction meetings with various affiliated College / Institute Managementswere held. More than 200 representatives from various Colleges / Institutesattended and the feedback was placed before the Committee. The finalrecommendations of the Committee were placed before the Executive Council ofthe University for approval and which will be effective from the Academic Year2018-19.As a part of annual Affiliation Process, the In-charge Vice ChancellorSri. Jayesh Ranjan, IAS has constituted a committee to review the existingAffiliation Regulations thoroughly keeping the past experiences during theAcademic Year 2019-20 in view and strengthen the existing regulations for hairman,Prof. C.Venugopal Rao, Director, Academic Audit Cell, Osmania University asMember, Prof. B. N. Bhandari, Director, Academic & Planning, JNTUH er,Prof. Ramamohan Reddy Kasa, In-Charge Director, UAAC, JNTUH as lasMember,Prof. K.Anitha Sheela, Head of the Department, ECE and Sri G. Praveen Babu,Coordinator, UAAC, as Special Invitees and conducted few meetings. Thecommittee recommended minor changes to the existing regulations and thefinal recommendations of the Committee were placed before the ExecutiveCouncil of the University for approval and which will be effective from theAcademic Year 2020-21.The endeavor of the University is to see that the standard and quality ofeducation is improved University ensures that through proper infrastructurefacilities, qualified faculty, lab equipment etc. are made available throughoutthe academic year to the students and not just at the time of Inspections only.The present regulations are a step forward to see that the College / Instituteare made accountable and encourage the College / Institute to maintainacademic standards throughout the year. Grant of affiliation to a particularAffiliation Procedure and Regulations (With effect from 2020)Page 4

College / Institute does not mean in any way that the College / Institute canterminate the services of some of the faculty, not making available the requiredmaterial for laboratory tests, not maintaining the equipment in workingcondition after the affiliation orders are passed. The Colleges / Institutes arelegally bound to see that the student staff ratio is maintained throughout theyear and the labs and other equipment for conducting various tests are inproper working condition. In order to see that the College / Institute maintainsthe academic standards throughout the year, it has been decided that thegrant of affiliation will besubject to the Surprise Inspections, mandatoryBiometric Attendance and Academic Performance of the College / Institute andreport thereof will be considered for grant of affiliations. The efforts in bringingout these regulations will not only enhance the quality of education, improvetheinfrastructure,maintenanceof academicstandards,butalsotheaccountability of institutions and provide proper guidance to the prospectivestudents.Prof. Ramamohan Reddy KasaDirector I/c, AACAffiliation Procedure and Regulations (With effect from 2020)Page 5

In Exercise of the powers conferred under Section (xxi)(1) of Act 30, 2008 read with 47 of 3(f)of the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad Act, 2008 (30 of 2008) and insupersession of the affiliation regulations 2012 notified in August 2011, regulations 2016notified in November 2015 were brought in. Subsequently amendments were made for theregulations 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 regarding grant of affiliation, reduction ofintake capacity of seats for the courses or programs, approved by AICTE /PCI / other statutorybodies and annual grant of affiliation for existing institutions theJawaharlal NehruTechnological University Hyderabad, Hyderabad makes the following with effect fromAcademic Year 2020-21:1Short Title, Application and Commencement1.1These Regulations may be called “The Jawaharlal Nehru TechnologicalUniversity Hyderabad Regulations for the Grant of Affiliation to the Colleges /Institutes.”1.2They shall apply to all the Technical Institutions approved by AICTE / PCI/ otherstatutory bodies for conducting and /or intending to conduct technicaleducation and such other programs and areas as notified by the University fromtime to time for recognition / association / affiliation of the University foradmissions to examination for the award of degrees,and other academicdistinctions of the University including Autonomous Colleges.1.3They shall come into force with effect from the date of Statutory approval andshall remain in force till such time they are amended, suspended or annulled.2Definitions2.1Terms:Academic program “means any course of study offered by a College /Institute in Engineering, Technology , Pharmacy, MBA and MCA for admissionto the examinations for the award of degrees, and other academic distinctions ofthe University.”2.2Affiliationmeans the recognition of the College /Courses in the College /Institute by the University as approved by AICTE / PCI/ other statutory regulatorybodies and satisfying the academic norms/regulations prescribed from time totime for admission to examination for the award of degrees and other academicAffiliation Procedure and Regulations (With effect from 2020)Page 6

distinctions of the University by the University and to run the academicprograms as per the curriculum prescribed by the University from time to time.That the University while granting affiliation to various courses will follow theregulations and guidelines issued by All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE) for Courses like B.Tech, M.Tech, MBA, MCA etc.; Pharmacy Councilof India (PCI) for Pharmacy Courses like B.Pharmacy, M.Pharmacy, Pharma-D,Pharma-D(PB) etc.2.3Approval means College / Institution approved by AICTE/ PCI / other competentand relevant statutory Bodies as mentioned in Clause 2.2 of these regulations.2.4Inspections mean physical verification of academic infrastructure, facultymembers, library and other amenities by a Fact Finding Committee on Affiliation(FFCA) of the University either by way of regular inspection or through surpriseinspection.2.5Autonomous College / Institute means a College / Institute which is declared soby the University Grants Commission (UGC).2.6Appeal means an opportunity given to a College / Institution to seek redressal orcompliance of deficiencies before a duly constituted Appellate Committee, in casethe College / Institution is aggrieved by any decision of the Standing Committeefor Affiliation (SCA)2.7Recruitment of Faculty means Faculty who are appointed by the College/Institution by a duly constituted Selection Committee as per the norms inaccordance with the procedure set out in the regulations (Annexure – 1 & 3).Responsibility of retaining the faculty till the end of the academic semester lieswith the College / Institute Management. However, the faculty member is alsoequally responsible to continue in the same College / Institute for a semester,where he / she is presently working without causing any inconvenience to thestudents. The faculty who are frequently changing the College / Institute will beblacklisted by the University.2.8Qualified faculty means faculty having the prescribed qualifications andexperience as prescribed by the norms of the AICTE/PCI/University to holdspecified post.Affiliation Procedure and Regulations (With effect from 2020)Page 7

2.9Minority College / Institution means a College / Institute established ormaintained by a person or group of persons belonging to Minority Communityrecognized as such by the State Government / concerned Department of theGovernment.2.10Online Application means filing/submitting online a digital application throughInternet directly to the University Portal / Directorate of Academic Audit CellPortal with all the relevant documents in support of the online application. Nophysical copies of the application or the relevant documents will be entertained orconsidered by the University.2.11Cutoff Date means the last date notified/announced by the University for filing anapplication for grant of affiliation / examination / faculty recruitment/ remitting theprescribed fee as the case may be. Any violation of cutoff date attracts appropriatepenal action including non-consideration of the application. No application (onlineform) will be entertained/considered after the cutoff date by the University and itshall be deemed that the College / Institute has not applied for affiliation for thatAcademic Year.2.12Notification means the notification/communication published by the way ofpublic notice published in at least two leading News Papers and/or through theAcademic Audit cell Web Portal regarding the schedule cutoff date for submissionof the online application form along with all relevant and supporting documentsfor various purposes including receipt of application and processing thereof fromtime to time if so necessitates. Time schedule for cutoff dates published in Publicnotice shall be final and binding.2.13Submission means the submission of online prescribed application form for grantof affiliation on or before the last date along with all the relevant documents anddata and confirming the same by pushing / clicking the submit button.Confirmation by pushing / clicking the submit button will alone be treated assubmission of digital online application form in the University Portal / Directorateof Academic Audit Cell Portal and no other means of submission will beentertained after the cutoff date.2.14Approved College / Institution means a College / Institution approved by AICTEfor Technical Courses like B.Tech, M.Tech, MBA, MCA etc.; and PharmacyAffiliation Procedure and Regulations (With effect from 2020)Page 8

Courses like B.Pharmacy, M.Pharmacy, Pharma-D, Pharma-D(PB) etc. which isprerequisite for the grant of affiliation by the University.2.15Program means UG and PG in the field of Engineering/Technology,Management, Pharmacy and such other programs and areas as notified by theUniversity from time to time.2.16Course means one of the branches of learning such as Civil Engineering,Mechanical Engineering etc. in a Program3.Conditions to be satisfied by the College / Institute seeking Affiliation3.1A Registered Society / Registered Trust satisfying the conditions stipulated in theStatutes and so far as not inconsistent with the regulations stipulated by theUniversity and AICTE/PCI/Other Statutory bodies from time to time can seekaffiliation for the academic Program(s) / Courses run in a College / Instituteestablished by it every Academic Year.3.2Pre-Requisite for AffiliationAny Existing College / Institute applying for an existing intake / reduction inintake in the program(s) already affiliated shall obtain prior approval (Extension ofApproval (EOA)) from the AICTE for Technical Courses like B.Tech, M.Tech,MBA, MCA etc.; and Pharmacy Courses like B.Pharmacy, M.Pharmacy, PharmaD, Pharma-D (PB) etc. as per provisions of the respective Act. However, forPharmacy Courses Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) norms will be applicable forgrant of Affiliation.3.3The duration and entry level qualifications for admission into various programsshall be as prescribed by AICTE for Technical Courses like B.Tech, M.Tech,MBA, MCA etc.; Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) for Pharmacy Courses likeB.Pharmacy, M.Pharmacy, Pharma-D, Pharma-D(PB) etc. from time to time.3.4The College / Institute shall follow the norms for intake and number of courses atUG level and PG Level as approved by the University, the intake in no case shallexceed those sanctioned by AICTE for Courses like B.Tech, M.Tech, MBA, MCAetc.; and Pharmacy Courses

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD (Established by Govt. Act No. 30 of 2008) Kukatpally, Hyderabad 500 085, Telangana, India No: JNTUH/ Affiliation Procedure and Regulations/2020-21 Date: 31-01-2020 NOTICE The draft copy of Affiliation Procedure and Regulations (with effect from 2020-21) is

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