Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Karnataka has declared VTU BE, BTech 5th, 6th semester results 2017 (non-cbcs) for all the regions at its official website – vtu.ac.in. All the students who have appeared in June-July 5th and 6th semester examinations can visit the website to check their marks.
A day ago VTU has declared the results for first, second, seventh and eights semester of BE, BTech Non-CBCS examinations. All these semester examinations were conducted in month of June-July 2017. Yesterday, when VTU announced the results, for sometime it website slow down due large number of student simultaneously trying to access the details. However, soon it was back to normal.
How to check VTU BE, BTech 5th, 6th semester results 2017
- Visit the the official website of the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) – vtu.ac.in
- On the homepage, click on the results section under examination tab
- On the next page click “Click here for Non-CBCS Results New Updated”
- Enter the details
- View the result and take a print out for future reference
Visvesvaraya Technological University
Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) also known as Visveswaraiah Technological University is a collegiate public state university. It was established by the Government of Karnataka. Apart from a few notable exceptions, VTU has education authority in the state of Karnataka. It is a statutory requirement for colleges offering any program in engineering or technology in the state to be affiliated with the university. The university is named after Sir M Visvesvaraya from Karnataka, the only engineer to be awarded a Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian award in India. Jnana Sangama, Belagavi is the headquarters of VTU. Additionally, the University has three regional centers in Bangalore, Gulbarga and Mysore.
It is one of the largest universities in India with 212 colleges affiliated to it with an intake capacity of over 467,100 undergraduate students and 12,666 postgraduate students. The university encompasses technical and management fields which offer a total of 30 undergraduate and 71 postgraduate courses. The university has around 1800 PhD candidates.