Visvesvaraya Technological University B.E., B.Tech, CBCS and Non-CBCS Results 2020 Declared, Check at vtu.ac.in

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Visvesvaraya Technological University has announced the semester results of B.E, B. Tech, CBCS and Non-CBCS courses. Students eagerly awaiting the results can now check the same by visiting the official website- vtu.ac.in

Various exams of Visvesvaraya Technological University were conducted in the month of December – January 2019. The VTU has released the results so far are for B.E/B.Tech, MCA and MBA programs. The students will be regarded as qualifying the semester if they have satisfied the minimum marks criteria specified by the University.

If students find discrepancy with the marks awarded, then they can apply for re-evaluation of the particular answer script(s). To apply for the revaluation, students are required to fill in the re-evaluation form made available on the official website of VTU. The application form has to be filled in before the last date specified.

Steps to check VTU Result 2020

  • Visit the official portal of VTU- vtu.ac.in
  • On the homepage, select “Results” under “Testing” tab.
  • On the new page that appears, enter the prompted details like “USN” and “Captcha Code”.
  • VTU results will appear on the screen.
  • Download and take a printout of VTU 2020 results for future use.

Direct link to download the VTU results 2020

About VTU

Acclaimed as one of the largest Technological Universities in India, VTU holds 20 years of Tradition of excellence in Engineering & Technical Education, Research and Innovations. It was establsihed in the year 1998 to cater the needs of Indian industries with sound theoretical knowledge and trained technical manpower with practical experience.

The university has around two hundred and nineteen affiliated colleges, one constituent college, seventeen Autonomous colleges with undergraduate courses in thirty five disciplines,  and PG program in ninety four disciplines and Ph.D& M.Sc(Engg.) with research programs in five hundred and ninety two departments, and with four lakhs engineering students studying in the various institutes affiliated to the University. The University has thirteen quality improvement programme (QIP) centers in various affiliated colleges and sixteen extension centers for offering PG programs.

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