Jawaharlal Nehru University conducts its Entrance Test (JNUET) annually for admission to its various UG and PG courses. The exam is also known as JNU CEEB or JNU Entrance Exam. JNU eligibility criteria for different course varies depending upon the selection of the course. Candidates are advised to check the same before applying. For some courses, the university conducts a selection procedure for admission which includes a viva-Voce exam after the written entrance exam. While the JNU admission to some courses is done through an online examination. The annual entrance exams is held in May and the results for all UG and PG programmes are declared in June. The exams for different programmes are generally Objective in nature carrying Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).
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Upcoming Dates and Events
02 Mar, 2020 - 31 Mar, 2020
Application | Mode: Online
11 May, 2020 - 14 May, 2020
Exam | Mode: Online
21 Apr, 2020 - 14 May, 2020
Admit Card | Mode: Online
31 May, 2020
Result | Mode: Online
The eligibility criteria of JNU states the minimum eligibility required by candidates to apply for a particular subject. Jawaharlal Nehru University will conduct JNUET in collaboration with NTA (National Testing Agency) as part of the admission to the various Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes offered by the university. The University offers programmes in the Arts, Science and social Science streams. Candidates who wish to seek admission to the different programmes must check the JNU eligibility criteria.
JNU conducts the exam for both undergraduate and post-graduate programmes. The general eligibility criteria for UG exams are -
Candidates must have completed their 10+2 with a minimum of 45% marks. Candidates who are waiting for their 12th result are also eligible to apply.
For PG exams, candidates must have a graduation degree from a recognised university or institute with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent. The specific eligibility criteria for different UG and PG exams are different.
JNU CEEB exam is conducted for admission to PG courses in Biotechnology including M.Sc. Biotechnology, M.Sc. Agri Biotechnology, and M.Tech. Biotechnology. The eligibility criteria may differ with the participating institute offering the programme.
The general eligibility for the entrance exam is a graduation degree with at least 55% marks.
Final year graduation students can also apply for the JNU CEEB exam.
For M.Tech. programme, candidates must have a minimum 60% marks or equivalent CGPA from any recognised university. The graduation includes B.Pharm. or B.Tech/B.E. or M.Sc. in the prescribed list of subjects announced by the University.
Candidates are advised to check the detailed eligibility criteria for each program on the official website.
Mode of Application : Online
Mode of Payment : Net Banking | Credit Card | Debit Card
JNU application form is released in online mode. Candidates can make any corrections in their application form from in April. While filling in the application form, candidates need to enter their personal, academic, and contact information along with the upload of the photograph and signature.
If a candidate is applying for one subject, the application fee for General and OBC category is Rs. 530; SC, ST and PwD category – Rs. 310, and for Below Poverty Line (BPL) category, the fee is Rs. 110. The table explains the application fee structure.
Application fee (PG Programme)
For 1 Subject
For 2 Subjects
For 3 Subjects
JNU exam pattern is different for different exams. Candidates are advised to check the complete exam pattern of the exam they are appearing for. It will allow them to understand the structure of the exam, number of sections in the test, types of questions, subjects/sub-topics/syllabus of the exam, etc. The exams will have only multiple choice questions in online mode. Negative marking will also depend on the subject for which the exam is being conducted.
Candidates would get to know the topics they have to work on after knowing the exam pattern of JNU. To get familiar with the exam, candidates are advised to solve the sample papers or previous year question papers.
Candidates can download the admit card from the official website by entering their login credentials. The admit card was released in online mode. Candidates are advised to check all the details such as Name, Photograph, Signature, Subject Name, Exam Timing, Name of the Venue & Address, etc. before downloading it. If they find any discrepancy, they are advised to contact the exam authority immediately.
It’s a must-have document to appear for the exam. Candidates also need to carry a photo identity proof (Aadhar Card, PAN Card, Voter id card, Driving License) and a passport size photograph along with the admit card of JNU to the exam centre on the day of the exam. Also, keep the admit card until the entire admission process gets over.
The exam had been conducted in around 127 entrance test centres across the country.
The result of JNU exam is announced for the PG programmes in the online mode. The result will is available online on the official website of the NTA for download. Marks obtained and the qualifying rank is mentioned in the JNU result.
Candidates need to enter their Application/Registration number, programme, and field of study to check their result. JNU result is declared for both Viva and non-Viva programmes. After the announcement of the result, candidates need to register for the admission process which will be held after the announcement of the merit list.
JNU Cutoff is released by JNU after the commencement of JNUET. The cutoff is basically the minimum marks required to qualify for the admission process. The University determines the cutoff based on various factors including the total number of test takers for a particular exam, the difficulty level of the test, maximum and minimum marks obtained, previous years’ cutoffs, etc.
The JNU 2019 cutoff will be different for different courses and categories. The ones who meet the cutoff criterion are eligible to apply for the admission process.
Mode of Counselling:
JNU conducts the JNU counselling process after the announcement of the result. The candidates who meet the cutoff criterion are shortlisted for the counselling. As per the exam, all necessary documents including academic certificates, identity proof, work experience certificate (if applicable), etc. will be verified. After that, candidates can take admission for the course allotted to them by paying the course fee.
Avogadro's number (NA), also known as a mole, is a very important number in chemistry and physics. Take an element, say copper, and look up its atomic weight. The atomic weight of copper happens to be approximately 63.55. What this means is that 63.55 grams of copper contains precisely 6.022 x 10^23 copper atoms. This means that the values of avogadro number is 6.023x10^23.
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hi Anusree,may be the result for JNUEE 2018 MA sociology is not out yet
you can watch for the updates from this link- https://admissions.jnu.ac.in/
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