The exam branch of Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology conducts Internal and External examinations as per the schedule is given by JNTU, Hyderabad.
MID Time Tables of II, III & IV B.Tech I Sem 2020-21

I MID Time Tables of II B.Tech I Sem 2020-21

I MID Time Tables of III B.Tech I Sem 2020-21

I MID Time Tables of IV B.Tech I Sem 2020-21

B.Tech IV-II Advanced Supply Exams Dec 2020

B.Tech IV-II R16 Advanced Supply Timetable Dec 2020

B.Tech IV-II R15 Advanced Supply Timetable Dec 2020

B.Tech IV-II R13 Advanced Supply Timetable Dec 2020

B.Tech IV-II R09 Advanced Supply Timetable Dec 2020

B.Tech 4-2 Substitute Dec 2020

For II,III & IV B.TECH I SEM. (R16) I-MID Examination, SEPTEMBER–2019

B.Tech I – II Sem R18 readmitted Nove-2020

B.Tech I-II R18 Regular TimeTable Nove-2020

B.Tech I-II R18 Graphs Nove-2020

B.Tech I-II R18 CSE,IT NOV-2020

B.TECH I-II R18 Regular

B.Tech 2-2 R18 CSE, IT NOV-2020

B.TECH 2-2 R18 Regular

B.Tech 2-2 substitute

B.Tech 2-2 R18 timetable

B.Tech 3-2 R-16 CSE, IT NOV-2020

B.TECH 3-2 R16 Regular

B.Tech 3-2 R-16 Timetable

B.Tech I-II R16-Graphics Nove-2020

B.Tech R16 I-II supply Nove-2020

B.Tech 2-2 R09 timetable

B.Tech 2-2 R13 timetable

B.Tech 2-2 R15 timetable

B.Tech 2-2 R16 timetable

B.Tech 3-2 R09 timetable

B.Tech 3-2 R13 Timetable

B.Tech 3-2 R15 Timetable

B.Tech 3-2 substitute

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