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before i start with my experience, I will post links from where I got some very helpful info. They are :

okay, I took a bus from bangalore to belgaum (VRL rs 500 air conditoned volvo, night journey) it was unmanageably cold, even after requesting them to turn it off, they wouldn’t do it. left at 10 and reached at about 8. I stayed in a hotel to refresh myself. My hotel was not near the Central bus stand. I tried to board a bus at a bus stand near my hotel, but the bus wouldn’t come. I got to know that buses to the VTU are few and far in between. So I took a rick, paid rs 100. I just had the xerox copies of marks cards. Not attested. I came back at 4:30 and around 5 i had all docs with me. I got consolidated marks card and official transcripts. You need to fill a form for both.

Then i left belgaum in the same bus, left at night 10 and came to blore at about 8. Belgaum is really cool. Reminds me of bangalore 10 years ago. How nice blore was at that time.. if you have any questions, please feel free to ask.



  1. hi wt do they mention in cmc semester wise total marks ?& if u have cleared a subject in 3 attemps hw do they indicate that?

    • Hi. Thanks for dropping a comment.

      In the CMC, they mention first attempt total.

      They don’t explicitly mention that you flunked thrice. But they do mention the month and year in which you cleared the subject. You can find out the number of attempts using that.

      Be assured that if there is anything negative in your perfomance, the CMC and the transcripts will ensure that it will not go un-noticed.

      If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask.

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