Jawaharlal Nehru University Jawaharlal Nehru University was named after the name or India’s first Prime minster Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru was established
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Jawaharlal Nehru University was named after the name or India’s first Prime minster Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru was established in 1969 by the act of parliament. In June 1970 The Indian School of International School was merged with the Jawaharlal Nehru University and it became the School of International Studies of Jawaharlal Nehru University. The campus of the university is spread over an area of 1000 acres located at the southern part of the city of New Delhi.
- Army Cadet College, Dehradun
- College of Military Engineering, Pune
- Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering, Secunderabad
- Military College of Telecommunication Engineering, Mhow
- National Defence Academy, Pune
- Naval College of Engineering, Lonavala
- Research and Development Institutions
- Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI), Lucknow
- Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad
- Inter-University Accelerator Centre (IUAC), New Delhi
- Institute of Microbial Technology (IMT), Chandigarh
- Central Institute of Medicinal-and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP), Lucknow
- Raman Research Institute (RRI), Bangalore
- National Institute of Immunology (NII), New Delhi
- National Institute of Plant Genome Research (NIPGR), New Delhi
- International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi
- Centre for Development Studies (CDS), Thiruvananthapuram
- Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA), Pune
- Translational Health Science and Technology Institute (THSTI), Gurgaon
According to London based magazine The International Leaguer Table Produced in the year of 2006 by the Times Higher education Supplement , jawaharlal Nehru University secure top position among 200 Universities all over the world
The Jawaharlal Nehru University is placed among the top 200 universities all over the world according to the International League Tables produced in the year 2006 by the Times Higher Education Supplement, which is a London based magazine. It is also ranked among the top 100 universities all over the globe for biological and life sciences. Furthermore, the school of social sciences working under the university has bagged 57th rank among the top 100 institutes of social sciences all over the world. There are round Four Centres and ten school of education under thus university. along with that Jawaharlal university has signed a Memorandum of learning with 71 foreign universities.
JNU offers course or under graduate programme, post graduate programs and p.hd. Aspirants who wanted o purse there studies from Jawaharlal Nehru University needs to appear in the entrance exam conducted by the Jawaharlal university every year (JNUEE)This test is conducted for the admissions for the UG, PG & Ph.D programs in the universities for multiple courses.
Undergraduate Courses :
B.A. (Chinese Language Course)
B.A. (Human Rights)
Diploma in Italian
Diploma in Urdu
Diploma in Dialysis Techniques
Diploma in Medical Record Technology
Diploma in Operation Theatre Techniques
Diploma in X-Ray & ECG Technology
Certificate Course in Italian
Certificate Course in Portuguese
B.Sc. (Cardiology Lab Techniques) (BCLT)
B.Sc. (Emergency and Trauma Care Technology)
B.Sc. (Medical Imaging Technology)
B.Sc. (Medical Laboratory Technology)
B.Sc. (Medical Record and Health Information Management) (BMR & HIM)
B.Sc. (Renal Dialysis Technology)
B.Sc. Med. Tech. (Operation Theatre)
Post Graduate Programmes
M.Phil. (Environmental Sciences)
M.Sc. (Environmental Science)
M.B.A. (Pharmaceutical Management)
M.B.A. (Banking & Taxation)
M.Phil. (International Legal Studies)
Ph.D. (International Legal Studies)
M.A. (Human Rights and Duties Education)
M.A. (Russian Studies)
M.Phil. (American Studies)
M.Phil. (Canadian Studies)
M.Phil. (Central Asian Studies)
M.Phil. (Chinese Studies)
M.Phil. (Diplomatic Studies)
M.Phil. (Disarmament Studies)
M.Phil. (International Organisation)
M.Phil. (International Politics)
M.Phil. (International Trade and Development)
M.Phil. (Japanese and Korean Studies)
M.Phil. (Latin American Studies)
M.Phil. (Political Geography)
M.Phil. (Russian and East European Studies)
M.Phil. (South Asian Studies)
M.Phil. (South East Asian & Southwest Pacific Studies)
M.Phil. (Sub-Saharan African Studies)
M.Phil. (West Asian and North African Studies)
M.Phil. (West European Studies)
Ph.D. (American Studies)
Ph.D. (Canadian Studies)
Ph.D. (Central Asian Studies)
Ph.D. (Chinese Studies)
Ph.D. (Diplomatic Studies)
Ph.D. (Disarmament Studies)
Ph.D. (International Organisation)
Ph.D. (International Politics)
Ph.D. (International Trade and Development)
Ph.D. (Japanese and Korean Studies)
Ph.D. (Latin American Studies)
Ph.D. (Political Geography)
Ph.D. (Russian and East European Studies)
Ph.D. (South Asian Studies)
Ph.D. (South East Asian & Southwest Pacific Studies)
Ph.D. (Sub-Saharan African Studies)
Ph.D. (West Asian and North African Studies)
Ph.D. (West European Studies)
|BA (Hons.) (1st Year)||· Qualifying Exam: Pass 10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognized board.
· Minimum Marks: Obtain minimum 45% marks in the qualifying exam.
· Minimum Age Limit: 17 Years as on 1st October 2018.
|BA (Hons.) (2nd Year) in German||· Qualifying Exam: Pass 1st year of Bachelor Degree from a recognized university.
· Minimum Marks: Secure at least 50% marks in the qualifying exam.
|BA (Hons.) (2nd Year) other than German||· Qualifying Exam: Pass 1st year of Bachelor Degree from a recognized university.
· Minimum Marks: Secure minimum 45% marks in above exam.
· Minimum Age Limit: 18 Years as on 1st October 2018.
|MA in Politics/English/ Linguistics/ German/ Arts & Aesthetics||· Qualifying Exam: Pass Bachelor Degree from any recognized university.
· Minimum Marks: Secure minimum 50% marks in aggregate in the qualifying exam.
|MA in Geography/Sociology/Sanskrit||· Qualifying Exam: Should Pass Bachelor Degree from a recognized university.
· Minimum Marks: Score at least 45% marks in the above exam.
|MA in Economics||· Qualifying Exam: Pass Bachelor Degree (with 50% marks in aggregate) in following subjects:
Economics (Hons.) with Mathematics as subsidiary subject or Mathematics(Hons.) with Economics as a subsidiary subject or Statistics(Hons.) with Mathematics and Economics as subsidiary subjects.
Pass any other bachelor degree with Economics & Mathematics & secure 60% marks.
|MA in Political Sciences/Philosophy||· Qualifying Exam: Pass Bachelor Degree with minimum 50 % marks in Social sciences.
Pass Bachelor Degree with at least 55% marks for in science and technology stream.
|M.Sc||· Qualifying Exam: Pass Bachelor’s degree (B.SC or B.Tech or equivalent) from any recognized university.
· Minimum Marks: Obtain at least 55% marks in the qualifying exam.
|MCA||· Qualifying Exam: Pass Bachelor Degree in any disciplines from a recognized university.
· Minimum Marks: Secure minimum 55% marks in the above qualifying examination.
|M.Tech/Ph.D||· Qualifying Exam: Pass Master Degree in Computer Science or Mathematics or Statistics or Operational Research or in any branch of Science or Bachelor’s degree in any branch of Engineering or MCA.
· Minimum Marks: Secure minimum 55% marks.
|Ph.D. (Direct Admission)||· Qualifying Exam: Pass 2-year M.Phil degree or Pass 1-year M.Phil degree with one-year research experience.
Pass Master’s degree/BE/B.Tech & have at least 2-year research experience.· Minimum Marks: Score minimum 55% marks in the examination.
|M.Phil/Ph.D & Ph.D (Through JRF)||· Pass M.Sc in relevant subject.
· Candidates who have qualified for the examination for a fellowship through a national level written test, i.e. JRF category under CSIR/UGC National Eligibility Test (NET)-JRF, DBT-JRF (Category-I), ICMR-JRF, INSPIRE Fellowship, Ayush Fellowship, Bioinformatic National Certification (BINC) examination (conducted by DBT) or any other fellowship awarded from Government of India.
JNU post-graduation Courses seat allotment 2018
|S.No.||Programme schools in JNU||JNU Courses||Seats*|
|1.||School of International Studies||M.A. in Politics (with specialization in International Studies)||92|
|1a.||M.A. in Economics (with Specialization in World Economy)||31|
|2.||School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies||M.A. in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Hindi, Korean, Linguistics, Persian, Russian, Spanish and Urdu||212#|
|3.||School of Social Sciences||M.A. in Economic, Geography, History, Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy and Development & Labour Studies||434#|
|4.||School of Life Sciences||M.Sc in Life Sciences||38|
|5.||School of Environmental Sciences||M.Sc in Environmental Sciences||31|
|6.||School of Computer and System Sciences||MCA (Masters in Computer Applications)||46|
|7.||School of Physical Sciences||M.Sc in Physics||31|
|8.||School of Computational and Integrative Sciences||Integrated M.Sc-Ph.D||18|
|9.||School of Arts and Aesthetics||M.A. in Arts and Aesthetics||23|
|10.||Centre for Sanskrit Studies||M.A. in Sanskrit||33|
|11.||Centre for Molecular Medicine||Integrated M.Sc-Ph.D||5|
|12.||School of Biotechnology||M.Sc in Biotechnology||31|
|12 Schools||34 Courses
|Application form available in online mode||15 Sep 2017 (at 10:00 am)|
|Last date to Registration for online||1
17 Oct 2017 (5:30 PM)
|Application Form Correction Window||25 and 26 Oct 2017|
|JNUEE 2018 will be held on||27, 28, 29 and 30 Dec 2017|
|Deceleration of Result for For B.A.(Hons.), 2 nd Year,
M.Sc.in SCMM & SCIS, – 21st February, 2018 (Tentative) M.A. (Foreign Language) M.Phil/Ph.D., Ph.D., PGDE, M.Tech, MPH, COP & ADOP (Mass Media)
|21 Feb 2018|
|Viva-Voce for the selected candidates will be held on||20 Mar 2018|
|Merit list for the courses in which Viva Voce is not applicable:
B.A.(Hons.) 1st year, M.C.A., M.A. (except Foreign Languages) and M.Sc. (except M.Sc. SCMM & SCIS) will be released on
|25 Mar 2018|
|Merit list for the courses in which Viva Voce is applicable:
B.A.(Hons.) 2 nd year, M.A. (Foreign languages), M.Sc. in SCMM & SCIS, Ph.D, M.Phil/Ph.D., M.Tech, MPH, COP, DOP & ADOP (Mass Media), PGDE
|15 Apr 2018|
|Registration for admission in following courses:
For B.A. (Hons.) 1st Year, B.A. (Hons.) 2nd year & Part time, COP, DOP & ADOP (Mass Media)
|23 and 24 Jul 2018|
|Registration for admission in following courses:
|25 and 26 Jul 2018|
|Registration for admission in following courses:
M.Phil./Ph.D, Ph.D., M.Tech., MPH, PGDE
|27 and 28 Jul 2018|
|The deadline for the payment of fee is||28 Jul 2018|
|The waitlist candidates will be able to register on||30 to 31 Jul 2018|
|Deadline for Admission/Registration||14 Aug 2018|
JNUEE 2018 Exam Centers
The list of JNUEE exam centers is as mentioned below.
Note: According to the sources, Srinagar and Shillong Both are cancelled as a centre of examination. Those aspirants who selected there examination centre Srinagar Centre are allotted Jammu Centre and those who have opted for Shillong Centre are allotted Guwahati exam centre and appear in the entrance examination on the scheduled date and time.
|Center Code||Cities||Center Code||Cities|
|3501||Agartala (AG)||1307||Katihar (KT)|
|1601||Ahmedabad (AH)||3800||Kolkata (KL)|
|2701||Aizawl (AZ)||3600||Lucknow (LK)|
|3611||Allahabad (AL)||2401||Mumbai (MB)|
|3001||Amritsar (AS)||3303||Madurai (MR)|
|2101||Bangalore (BL)||2402||Nagpur (NP)|
|3616||Bareilly (BR)||3702||Pant Nagar (PN)|
|2901||Bhubaneshwar (BN)||1300||Patna (PT)|
|2201||Calicut (CA)||3304||Pondicherry (PE)|
|3901||Chandigarh (CH)||2403||Pune (PU)|
|3301||Chennai (CE)||1401||Raipur (RP|
|3302||Coimbatore (CT)||2001||Ranchi (RC)|
|1500||Delhi (DL)||2902||Sambalpur (SP)|
|2801||Dimapur (DU)||3402||Secundrabad (HD)|
|1306||Gaya (GA)||1801||Shimla (SM)|
|3617||Ghaziabad (GZ)||1202||Silchar (SC)|
|2301||Gwalior (GW)||3806||Siliguri (SG)|
|3902||Goa (GO)||2202||Thiruvananthapuram (TP)|
|3618||Gorakhpur (GP)||3107||Udaipur (UD)|
|3401||Hyderabad (HY)||3606||Varanasi (VR)|
|2501||Imphal (IM)||1001||Vijayawada (VJ)|
|1101||Itanagar (IT)||1002||Visakhapatnam (VP)|
|3100||Jaipur (JP)||5000||Kathmandu (KM)|
|1901||Jammu (JM)||3106||Jodhpur (JO)|
JNUEE 2018 Result
The result of written entrance exam of JNUEE 2018 may be published sometime after the exam. The university will display the result on the official portal of Jawaharlal Nehru University. Post result declaration certain students who have opted for particular courses shall be called for the next process of admission i.e Viva-Voce. Aspirant will get an alert of the result announcements through the medium of email too. Selection shall be based on the basis of the written test.
There will be two merit lists:- one for the aspirants who has appeared for the viva-voice and one for those courses for which the viva voice is not prescribed. The same shall be published on the official site at admissions.jnu.ac.in along with the merit list of the candidates who have not undergone viva voice and the merit is for the candidate who has undergone the interview.
- SC – 15%
- ST – 7.5%
- PWD (Person with Disability) – 3%
- OBC candidates (non creamy layer) – 27% seats.
Admission Fees for Indian Nationals:
Following was fee last year.
|Fee||M.Phil. / Ph.D.
|Tuition Fee (Annual)||240.00***||216.00***||120.00|
|Sports Fee (Annual)||16.50||16.50||16.50|
|Literary & Cultural Fee (Annual)||16.50||16.50||16.50|
|**’Students’ Union Fee (Annual)||15.00||15.00||15.00|
|Library Fee (Annual)||6.00||6.00||6.00|
|Medical fee (Annual)||9.00||9.00||—|
|Students Aid Fund (Annual)||4.50||4.50||—|
|*Security Deposit (Refundable)||40.00||40.00||40.00|
|Identity Card Folder||10.00||10.00||10.00|
|Student Hostel and General Information Guide||15.00||15.00||—|
|National Service Scheme (NSS)||20.00||20.00||—|
The fees are subject to revision