Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Admission 2020: Entrance Exam, Admission Form, Last Date 

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JNU is currently accepting applications for admission to its MBA, M.Phil and PhD (JRF) courses. The application window will close on 21 September. The university itself will remain closed until 30 September.

For MBA admission, candidates must have at least 50% marks along with CAT score. Shortlisting GD-PI will be based on CAT score. Final selection will be based on overall performance.

For admission to M.Phil, candidates should have a Master’s degree with a minimum of 55% marks.

For PhD admission, candidates require a Master’s degree or an M.Phil with at least 55% marks. Shortlisted candidates who have qualified for Junior Research Fellowship can appear for an interview directly.

JNU has announced the dates for the Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Test (JNUET). It will be held from 4 to 8 October. A month later, in November, JNU is expected to hold its fourth convocation virtually.

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has a unique academic structure that sets it apart from other universities which is currently being followed in its ten schools of Study and four Special Centres of Learning, established so far. The Schools and Special Centres offer various UG, PG and research courses in multiple specializations under the stream of Science, Commerce, Arts etc. The University usually issues offline Application Forms (by post) during the first or second week of March every year. To promote higher education, every full-time enrolled student of JNU receives financial assistance through various fellowship/scholarship facilities.

The Entrance Examination for admission to the various programs of study is generally held at Kendriya Vidyalayas spread across India in the third week of May every year. The examination consists of One question paper of three hours duration set for each programme of study or each set of programs of study. The Entrance Examination is held for four days with two three-hour sessions on each day. The weightage of marks is 70% and 30% for the Written Examination and the Viva Voce (wherever prescribed) respectively. Check JNU Course & Fees

Apart from the usual reservation for the backward classes and people with physical disabilities (OBC/SC/ST/PH), the University also has a provision to offer up to 15% of the seats in each programme of study to foreign nationals. These seats for foreign nationals are over and above the intake fixed for each programme of study. The University also awards Deprivation Points, up to a maximum of 10 points, to all female candidates, all candidates hailing from districts of Quartile 1 and 2, Kashmiri migrants, widows/wards of defence personnel killed/disabled in action/in peace time with death/ disability attributable to military service.

Admission information related to various UG, PG courses is elaborately discussed in the following articles:

  1.  JNU Undergraduate Admission 2020
  2.  JNU Postgraduate Admission 2020
  3.  JNU Research Admission 2020

Important Dates

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Application window for MBA, M.Phil and PhD JRFSep 21, 2020
JNUET ExamOct 4, 2020 - Oct 8, 2020
JNUET Registration WindowMar 2, 2020 - Jun 30, 2020
JNUET Form CorrectionJul 6, 2020 - Jul 24, 2020

JNU UG Admission 2020

The School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies (SLLCS) is the only School of Study that provides a Bachelor’s degree in this University i.e. B.A. (Hons). The course is offered in the following languages –  Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Pashto, Russian And Spanish.

The School also offers entry points to both first and second year of this programme. No viva voce examination is held for admission to B.A. (Hons.) first year, but the candidates for admission to B.A. (Hons.) second year are invited for the viva voce examination. In order to be eligible for viva voce examination, a candidate must secure the following marks out of 70 in the written examination for undergraduate courses (only where viva voce is prescribed):

  •  General Category: 25% (17.50 marks out of 70)
  •  OBC: 22.50% (15.75 marks out of 70)
  •  SC/ST/PH: 15% (10.50 marks out of 70)

The final selection of candidates for admission to the undergraduate programs of study is made on the basis of inter-se merit of candidates in their respective categories, based on their performance

  1.  in the written examination,
  2.  in the viva voce (wherever prescribed), and
  3.  after incorporating the Deprivation Points, wherever applicable.

Candidate must secure the following minimum overall score in the entrance examination for admission to the undergraduate programs of study:

  •  General Category: 30%
  •  OBC: 27%
  •  SC/ST/PH: 25%

An overview of the criteria of eligibility for admission to this programme is provided below:

Coursse Eligibility
 B.A. (HONS.) (Entry point - 1st year) Senior School Certificate (10+2) or equivalent examination with minimum 45% marks
 B.A. (HONS.) (Entry point - 2nd year) First year of Bachelor's degree or an examination recognised as equivalent thereto with at least 45% marks (50% in the case of German) under the 10+2+3 pattern of education

JNU PG Admission 2020

Candidates of all Master’s degree programs of study, except M.A. programs in foreign languages (School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies), are invited for the viva voce examination.

To be eligible to be invited for the viva voce examination, a candidate must secure the following marks out of 70 in the written examination for post-graduate courses (only where viva voce is prescribed):

  •  General Category: 25% (17.50 marks out of 70)
  •  OBC: 22.50% (15.75 marks out of 70)
  •  SC/ST/PH: 15% (10.50 marks out of 70)

The final selection of candidates for admission to the post-graduate programs of study is made on the basis of inter-se merit of candidates in their respective categories, based on their performance

  1.  in the written examination,
  2.  in the viva voce (wherever prescribed), and
  3.  after incorporating the Deprivation Points, wherever applicable.

Candidate must secure the following minimum overall score in the entrance examination for admission to the postgraduate programs of study:

  •  General Category: 30%
  •  OBC: 27%
  •  SC/ST/PH: 25%

Students selected for admission to the M.Sc. Biotechnology Programme of the participating Universities will be eligible to receive a scholarship at the rate of Rs. 3000/- p.m.The selection will depend strictly on the basis of inter-se merit of the candidate in the Entrance Examination vis-à-vis preferences for joining the Universities indicated by the candidate. In case a candidate has not indicated his/her choice for joining a particular University, his/her name will not be considered for that University.

An overview of the criteria of eligibility for admission to these programs is given below:

Course Eligibility
M.A. For every course in the School of International Studies (SIS) Bachelor's degree in any discipline under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with at least 50% marks
For every course in the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies (SLLCS) Bachelor's degree in any discipline under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with at least 45% marks (50% in the case of English, German, Linguistics) with adequate proficiency in the concerned language
For every course in the School of Social Sciences (SSS) Bachelor's degree in any discipline under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with at least 50% marks (45% in the case of Geography and Sociology)
For every course in the School of Arts & Aesthetics (SAA) Bachelor's degree in any discipline under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with at least 50% marks
For every course in the Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies (CSS) Bachelor's degree in any discipline under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with at least 45% marks
M.Sc. For every course in the School of Life Sciences (SLS) Bachelor's degree in allied subjects under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with at least 55% marks
For every course in the School of Environmental Sciences (SES) B.Sc. degree or equivalent in any branch of basic or applied science OR B.E./B.Tech./MBBS with at least 55% marks
For every course in the School of Physical Sciences (SPS) Bachelor's degree (with Physics as one of the subjects) under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with at least 55% marks OR B.Tech.
For every course in the School of Biotechnology (SBT) Bachelor’s degree under 10+2+3 pattern of education in Physical, Biological, Agricultural, Veterinary and Fishery Sciences, Pharmacy, Engineering/Technology, 4-years B.Sc. (Physician Assistant Course) OR Medicine (MBBS) OR B.D.S. with at least 55% marks
M.C.A. For every course in the School of Computer & Systems Sciences (SCSS) Bachelor's degree in any discipline under the 10+2+3 pattern of education with at least 55% marks

The expected cutoff for MA 2020 for some of the major subjects are: English and Geography: 77-82; Sanskrit: 92-97; Sociology: 68-72; and Hindi: 91-97.

JNU M.Phil/Ph.D Admission 2020

The JNU provides research facilities (M.Phil./Ph.D., M.Tech./Ph.D., Pre-Ph.D./Ph.D., MPH/Ph.D.) in more than twenty different disciplines. Candidates seeking admission to M.Phil./Ph.D. programs are invited for the viva voce examination.

To be eligible to be invited for the viva voce examination, a candidate must secure the following marks out of 70 in the written examination for doctoral courses:

  •  General Category: 35% (24.50 marks out of 70)
  •  OBC: 31.50% (22.05 marks out of 70)
  •  SC/ST/PH: 25% (17.50 marks out of 70)

The final selection of candidates for admission to the doctoral programs of study is made on the basis of inter-se merit of candidates in their respective categories, based on their performance

  1.  in the written examination,
  2.  in the viva voce (wherever prescribed), and
  3.  after incorporating the Deprivation Points, wherever applicable.

No candidate is eligible for admission to the doctoral programs of study unless he/she secures the following minimum overall score:

  •  General Category: 40%
  •  OBC: 36%
  •  SC/ST/PH: 30%

A number of research scholars are the recipient of fellowship/scholarship on the basis of having qualified their UGC-NET examination. Some of the students are awarded State Govt. Scholarship, sponsored fellowships, and merit-cum-means scholarships.

An overview of the criteria of eligibility for admission to these programs is given below:

Course Eligibility
M.Phil./Ph.D. or Pre-Ph.D./Ph.D. For every course in the School of International Studies (SIS) except International Legal Studies Master's degree in Political Science, History, Economics, International Relations and Area Studies with at least 50% marks OR Master's degree in Humanities and other Social Sciences with at least 60% marks OR Master's degree in Natural Sciences with at least 65% marks
 International Legal Studies in the School of International Studies (SIS) LL.B. degree with at least 55% marks OR M.A. with International Law as one of the subjects with at least 55% marks OR LL.M. degree with at least 50% marks
For every course in the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies (SLLCS) Master's degree in the concerned language/subject with at least 50% marks
For every course in the School of Social Sciences (SSS) Master's degree in the subject concerned with at least 50% marks OR Master's degree in allied subjects or Humanities with at least 55% marks OR Master's degree in Natural Sciences with at least 60% marks
For every course in the School of Life Sciences (SLS) Master's degree in allied subjects with at least 55% marks
For every course in the School of Environmental Sciences (SES) M.Sc. degree or equivalent in any branch of basic or applied science OR B.E./B.Tech./MBBS with at least 55% marks
For every course in the School of Computer & Systems Sciences (SCSS) Master's degree in allied subjects OR B.E. with at least 55% marks
For every course in the School of Physical Sciences (SPS) M.Sc. degree in allied subjects with at least 55% marks
For every course in the School of Arts & Aesthetics (SAA) Master's degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks
For every course in the School of Computational and Integrative Sciences (SCIS) Master's degree in allied subjects OR B.E. with at least 55% marks
For every course in the School of Biotechnology (SBT) Master's degree in allied subjects OR B.Tech. (Biotechnology / Bioengineering / allied qualifications) with at least 55% marks
For every course in the Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies (CSS) Master's degree in Sanskrit or in an allied subject with at least 55% marks
For every course in the Special Centre for Molecular Medicine (SCMM) Master's degree in allied subjects OR MBBS / BVSc. / B.Pharm. with at least 55% marks
For every course in the Centre for the Study of Law & Governance (CSLG) Master's degree in Humanities and other Social Sciences with at least 55% marks

The University also admits a limited number of candidates to M.Phil./Ph.D. and Pre-Ph.D. programs, who have qualified a national test entitling them to a Junior Research Fellowship in Science Schools, without appearing in the Entrance Examination.

Only those candidates who have scored at least 55% marks in Master’s Degree and have qualified a national level test entitling them to a Junior Research Fellowship are eligible for admission. The candidates are selected on the basis of viva-voce examination only and no entrance examination is prescribed by the University.

JNU Integrated Admission 2020

Candidates seeking admission to integrated PG programs are invited for the viva voce examination.

To be eligible to be invited for the viva voce examination, a candidate must secure the following marks out of 70 in the written examination for integrated courses:

  •  General Category: 35% (24.50 marks out of 70)
  •  OBC: 31.50% (22.05 marks out of 70)
  •  SC/ST/PH: 25% (17.50 marks out of 70)

The final selection of candidates for admission to the integrated programs of study is made on the basis of inter-se merit of candidates in their respective categories, based on their performance

  1.  in the written examination,
  2.  in the viva voce (wherever prescribed), and
  3.  after incorporating the Deprivation Points, wherever applicable.

No candidate is eligible for admission to the integrated programs of study unless he/she secures the following minimum overall score:

  •  General Category: 40%
  •  OBC: 36%
  •  SC/ST/PH: 30%

An overview of the eligibility criteria for admission to these programs is given below:

Course Eligibility
MPH (Master of Public Health) / Ph.D. [School of Social Sciences (SSS)] MBBS degree with at least 50% marks OR M.Sc. degree in Nursing with at least 50% marks
Integrated M.Sc.-Ph.D. [School of Computational and Integrative Sciences (SCIS)] B.Sc. degree or equivalent in any branch of basic or applied science OR B.E./B.Tech./MBBS with at least 55% marks
Integrated M.Sc.-Ph.D. [Special Centre for Molecular Medicine (SCMM)] B.Sc. degree or equivalent in any branch of basic or applied science (including MBBS / BVSc.) with at least 55% marks

JNU, New Delhi Fees & Eligibility

CourseFeesEligibility
MBA6 Lakhs (1st Year Fees) Graduation
B.A {Hons.}1,362 (1st Year Fees) 10+2
M.C.A1,357 (1st Year Fees) Graduation with 45% + JNUEE
MA1,260 (1st Year Fees) Graduation with 45% + JNUEE
M.Sc1,362 (1st Year Fees) Graduation with 45% + JNUEE
M.P.H1,381 (1st Year Fees) Graduation with 45% + JNUEE
M.Tech1,391 (1st Year Fees) Graduation with 45% + JNUEE
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B.Sc, BE/B.Tech, Diploma in Arts, Diploma in Mass Communication, M.Phil/Ph.D in Education, M.Phil/Ph.D in Management, MBA/PGDM, Admission Link
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Ques. How can I qualify the JNU entrance exam in MA in Politics with International Relations?

● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 18 Oct 21

Ans. In order to prepare efficiently for JNU entrance, you will need to study smart. Read the editorial and international relations page of Hindu and IE to get a fair idea of what is happening around the globe. Read Arihant’s guide for JNU entrance for IR. Rafer to some good magazines like Frontline, EPW, etc.  The exam of JNU Entrance would be computer-based and Multiple Choice Questions would be asked. Make sure to study the following crucial portion of International Relations (IR).  Period of Cold War Treaties like CTBT, NPT, Kyoto Protocol United Nations Bretton Woods Institutions (IMF, WB, WTO) Environment Topics like Climate Change Indian Foreign Policy US Foreign Policy The majority of questions in entrance will be from History, Economics, International Relations, Philosophy, Indian Politics, and Contemporary Issues. Here are some books that you can refer to.  The Globalization of World Politics - Baylis, Smith & Owens. India after Gandhi - Ramachandra Guha International Relations in the 21st Century - Pushpesh Pant Global Politics - Andrew Heywood Just prepare thoroughly without losing faith in yourself and be honest with your studies and you shall do well in your entrance. Read more
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Ques. How do I prepare for the JNU M.A. sociology entrance?

● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 18 Oct 21

Ans. I have a friend who did his master’s from JNU and he was able to give some insight regarding the entrance test for MA Sociology.  In the entrance examination, there will be questions from out of the syllabus. You may be asked to give a sociological interpretation of the current situation, event, etc. So, stay updated with contemporary social issues. Here is a list of sections from where you can expect questions. Sociological Thought: Marx, Durkheim. Weber, Parsons, Spencer, Comte, etc. Research Methodology and techniques Indian Society: Poverty, Family, Kinship, etc. Society and polity Society and economy Technology Caste and class system Concepts like Globalization, Modernization, Sanskritization, and Localization. Go through the list of topics assisted to you and make sure you prepare them thoroughly. As you can see the majority of the questions are from the syllabus itself.Read more
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Ques. How do I go about choosing between JNU and DSE for MA Economics?

● Top Answer By Sandhya R on 18 Oct 21

Ans. Both the courses are distinct from one another. At DSE, they train you rigorously in mathematics. And this is an important part of your journey but that is about the only part DSE focuses on. Economic theory at DSE will give you an edge over a lot of other institutions and get your foot in the door inside a lot of big names in finance. Now coming to JNU, they don’t give a lot of emphasis on Maths but they make sure you read a lot more than you will read at DSE. This means you build a well-rounded view of the world and how economies function. This is a good thing as it will help you very much in mainstream research and things like journalism where you need to know a lot of things.  Also, at JNU reading thoroughly is a part of the curriculum which is not the same in DSE. With the curriculum at JNU, you will discover different schools of thought and learn to think for yourself.  Overall, choosing JNU will be better.Read more
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Ques. How do I prepare for the JNU entrance exam for an MA in history?

● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 18 Oct 21

Ans. JNU entrance examination for History is divided into two parts.  Part 1 - Comprehension:  For the comprehension section, you will be given a passage. There will be questions based on the passage. There is no definite way to prepare for this section. The passages given are random. However, you can practice from comprehension passages available at bookstores. Part 2: Part 2 will have 12-15 questions, out of which, you will need to answer any 3. The questions are based on History but are very broad in general. In the past popular questions were from Sufism, the Bhakti movement, ideas of gender in ancient India, etc. It’s tough to cover such a broad range of topics. Here are some of the reference books that may be of help. A History of India by Romila Thapar is great for the basics of Ancient India. Upinder Singh’s Text on Ancient India is also good. Satish Chandra - A History of Medieval India and his volume of collected essays are great for medieval India. From Plassey to Partition by Sekhar Bandyopadhyay covers modern India.  The Mughal Empire by J.F. Richards covers Mughal pretty well. Cambridge Economic History of India is great for economic history questions. The questions asked are mostly from History but there will also be some general questions. JNU papers are quite unpredictable. If you go through the previous year’s questions, you will see how erratic the questions can be. But with a cool head and strategic time management, you can definitely do well in the examination. You don’t need to write overtly long answers. All you need to do is show them that you know your stuff. That’s what your answers should represent.Read more
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Ques. Is Patna University comparable to Jawaharlal University?

● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 06 Oct 21

Ans. More than 80% of the female students of Patna University and in the colleges under the same like Magadh Mahila College, P Women’s College, PSC, etc. They promote the education of women. Patna University is backed by the state government and is one of the 20 best universities in the country.  Through scholarships, you can make the most of your tenure as a student at this university.  At Patna University, there is almost zero tolerance between the faculty and the students.  The few good professors in the university do not help much in giving the university a good name. In the case of Jawaharlal Nehru University, however, you will be taught by some of the most qualified and experienced teachers in the country.  You will not feel like you are left out.  The classrooms are vibrant and interactive and the university helps you in nurturing your skills.  You will guarantee yourself a good career if you choose JNU. Categories Patna University Jawaharlal Nehru University Placement Percentage 60-80% 80-90% Highest CTC 16-18 LPA 22-28 LPA Average CTC 3-6 LPA 15-16 LPA The highest package offered to the students of JNU can be as high as INR 12-15 LPA. Some of the top recruiters include Oracle, Siemens, Wipro, Cognizant, Google, Amazon, etc. Comparing Patna University and JNU might not be justified, as both stand in different leagues of colleges.Read more
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          First there is a written exam consisting of two papers with one being mathematics. Then clearing it is an interview and finally a medical examination. Passing all three a merit list is prepared and based on number of eligibility and merit seats are filled.

          Remarks :

          Exceptionally good management. Everything is throughly planned during the duration of each course so that each and every activity occurs just in the perfect way and time frame as was originally planned.

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          PG
          9.5 /10

          Admission :

          Joined to serve the nation. Written is conducted followed by ssb interview which goes on for 5 days followed by medical and then merit is compiled. A total of 300 vacancies is there. Joining takes place twice a year as the system followed is semester system.

          Remarks :

          Perfect management. Accommodation, food, standard of living great.

          9 /10 faculty
          10 /10 placement
          9 /10 social life
          9 /10 course
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          Anonymous
          Hi Maam, I am doing my graduation in pass course and my subjects are Sociology and Education. I am not doing honours in Sociology. So can I appear for entrance examination for MA in Sociology and Public Administration.
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          Anonymous
          Hi Juri, You may please visit the university to get the Admission detail of entrance test.
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          Can i persue MA in Sociology without doing honours in BA
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          Anonymous
          Hi Juri, No it is mandatory to appear Bachelors for admission in Masters.
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          Anonymous
          When are they going to release application form for msc
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          Hi Piyush, You may please check the official website to get the PG Course Application details i.e. http://www.jnu.ac.in/

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          Anonymous
          can i get admission for MCA for batch 2018 i am from kashmir and i recently completed my bachelors degree throgh kashmir University.
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          Hi Rizwan, Please contact to this Number:- 011 2674 2575 for getting the Admission Eligibility for MCA Course in JNU.
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          Anonymous
          Can i get addmission in secound yr? Plzz guide me
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          Anonymous
          Hi Pragati, Please contact to the college or may you please visit the college for getting the Admission Details.

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