Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU-Delhi) has opened up its admission procedure from 2nd March 2020 to enroll for various under-graduate and post-graduate courses for the academic year 2020-2021. Students can visit the official website www.jnu.ac.in or www.jnu.ac.in/admissions to enquire or register themselves for the offered courses.
This year the Jawahar Lal Nehru University is offering undergraduate courses in Engineering, Science, Law, and Humanities. For admission in engineering, the students need to submit their JEE-Main scorecard/rank. For other under-graduate courses, the students need to appear in JNUEE-2020 (Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Examination) and for courses in biotechnology, the university is conducting JNU-CEEB (Jawaharlal Nehru University- Common Entrance Examination for Biotechnology). The dates of the examination are scheduled between 11th to 14th May 2020. The last date for filing applications for all courses is 31st March 2020. They could file corrections in between 7th to 15th April and the admit cards would be available online by 30th April 2020. The results of the JNUEE-2020 would be announced by 31st May 2020. The students may thereafter be called for viva-voce (applicable for certain courses) and document verification. Hence the final merit will be updated by July 2020.
For post-graduation, the university is offering courses in Engineering (M.Tech), MBA, Law, Humanities, Mathematics, Sciences and Ph.D. (Doctorate in Philosophy). To apply for engineering courses in available branches the students can put up their valid GATE score while for MBA they can apply through CAT score. For other courses, they need to appear for the JNUEE-2020 examination. The dates of the examination would remain the same as scheduled for under-graduate courses. The pattern of the examination will be MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) type and the mode will remain online. The duration of the examination will be 3 hours (180 minutes) for about 100 questions. There shall not be any negative marking for wrong answers and the aspirants will be awarded +1 mark for each correct answer. The medium of examination will remain English only, while it may vary for the courses offered in respective languages.
To enroll for a Ph.D. (Doctorate in Philosophy) the students need to submit their SOP’s (Statement of Purpose) latest by 31st March to the respective Mentors/HOD’s/Faculties under whom they want to carry out their research work. They will then be called for interviews to file their nomination for the vacant seats. The names of the selected candidates will be announced with the help of a final Merit based on their overall performance. For more queries, they can visit the official website www.jnu.ac.in/admissions.