University College for Women Koti, a constituent college of Osmania University, has released the result for UG CBCS (Choice Based Credit System) course. The result was released this evening on December 19, 2019. The college had conducted the examinations in November 2019. Students can now check their results at the website oucwexambranch.org.
Students who appeared for the examination can check the result in a few simple steps. First of all, visit the website oucwexambranch.org. Then select the result link from the menu. Thereafter select the November 2019 result link. Select the courses BA, B.Com and B.Sc. Enter the hall ticket no. and select the semester. The result will display.
OUCW results hold the details such as exam name, student’s details, subject name and code, course, semester/ year, pass percentage, marks, SGP, CGPA, result (fail/ pass), etc. The college will issue the marks statement to all the students.
The evaluation in each subject is based on marks obtained in Internal Assessment (30%) and end semester examination (70%) both in theory and practicals. The pass percentage in Theory paper & Practical paper is 40%.
The college allows the students to appear for the improvement exam if they have cleared all the papers relating to that relevant semester. Student carrying backlog is not permitted to appear for improvement examination for the relevant semester.
University College for Women Koti is a Constituent College of Osmania University. Osmania University has recently released the time table for MDHM 1st and 3rd Semester (Regular) Examinations January – 2020. It is a public state university located in Hyderabad, India. The University was found in the year 1918 with the help of chief Architect of Mahbub Ali Khan – Nawab Sarwar Jung. It was established and named after the seventh and last Nizam of Hyderabad, Nawab Mir Osman Ali Khan.
University College for Women Koti was established in the year 1924. The college offers various Under Graduate & Post Graduate programmes along with four Diploma and two Certificate Courses. UGC identified University College for Women to introduce vocational courses also. The goals and objectives of the college are to offer quality education to women and to empower them with information and awareness that enable them to cope with the challenges at various levels.