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: