VTU Results are one of the most important events at the Visvesvaraya Technological University. The university conducts examinations every December and June and releases results for these exams, usually after a few weeks. The results are announced in the official portal of VTU, that is http://results.vtu.ac.in. The servers of the university are usually not able cope with the load and crash. Apps like scoredragon give the students a good chance of getting their results quickly. VTU Results consists of the marks and grade for all the subjects the student had attempted. The total marks for subjects are usually 125 marks of which 25 marks are derived from internal assessments which are conducted by the colleges and the rest is from the external theory exam that the university conducts. The result also includes marks for the theory examination which again are conducted by the university, usually before the commencement of theory exams. Theory examination marks of a student can be a maximum of 75, in which a internal assessment has 25 marks weightage and external has 50 marks weightage. The total marks are divided by the maximum marks to calculate the percentage scored by the student, the percentage decide the VTU result of the student. Different ranks or classes are assigned to students according to the percentage of the student. Scoring above 70%, a student gets into the 'elite' First Class with Distinction club while scoring between 60-69% the student gets a First Class. If the overall percentage is below 60%, the student is awarded a Second Class.
VTU Results for 2015 are to be announced in the month of July, right after the exams have been conducted for all the theory and practical exams. The results aren't always available due to the high load on the servers. But, apps like scoredragon can help students check results, a lot faster. scoredragon.com also includes notes for students to face 2015s vtu exams and score better in them. The results for this semester decides weather the students go to the next semester or not. Those with 5 or more backlogs or failed subjects, will be held back for another year, which can be bad for a student. An year-back as it is called, can seriously damage a students career prospects if not dealt with carefully. Hence the students try to limit their backlogs to 4 or less before entering the even semester itself. As even semesters are also the last semesters for final year students, they try their best to score high marks to level out their overall percentage.