based on 15 students ratings8.3/10
Jawaharlal university is not only good in terms of providing u the good education but fulfills the main objective of education "IT FREES THE MIND" as Jawaharlal Nehru said about the purpose of education.
I think everything is just fine about this college faculty to management to politics to students to the knowledge/debates hub it is. The only thing I would like to get better is metro or bus connectivity.
I think they need to bring a system to keep track of alumnus out of college. They should also have more focus on placements in spite of good talented students placement is not that good.
I have only good remark about the university there is amazing environment freedom inhance your personality.
Its a excellent place for studies and do good research. But jnu authority must think about the infrastructure development, particularly in the hostels. There is no internet facilities in the hostels.
Established in 1969, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is a leading public central university which has granted recognition and accreditation to many prestigious institutions across the country. Jawaharlal Nehru University or JNU is one of India’s top-ranked university for Post-graduate and research studies. The University is known for churning out some of India’s prominent thinkers, intellectuals, diplomats, and artists such as Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, the Foreign Secretary of India, Ali Zeidan, Prime Minister of Libya, Swara Bhaskar, Indian Film Actress, Prakash Karat, CPI Member etc. The university is also an active arena for political and social debates and is famous for its leaning toward leftist ideology.
JNU offers a variety of programmes every year viz. PG Courses, M.Phil/ PhD and BA In Language Courses. Admission of eligible candidates to all the university courses is done on the basis of their merit in the entrance examination. The application process, conducted both online and offline, for all the courses usually begins in the month of February every year.
For admission related information, candidates can go through the following admission articles:
JNU offers BA (Hons) programme through regular/ lateral mode in several languages viz. German, Spanish, French. For admission to BA Language courses, a candidate must have passed 10+2 examination from a recognized board of education. Those seeking admission can register themselves by submitting the application fee of Rs. 300/- through online payment modes or offline method i.e. demand draft (DD).
In case of PG courses such as MA, M.Sc and MCA admissions, the candidate must possess graduate degree from a recognized university in India. Selection of candidates will be done on the basis of their performance in the entrance exam conducted by the university. Candidates who wish to apply can submit completed applications along with the required fee of INR 300 through online/ offline payment modes.
The university offers M.Sc programme in Biotechnology through JNU-CEEB (Combined Entrance Examination for Biotechnology). JNU CEEB is a national level entrance exam conducted by JNU for admission to M.Sc (Agri.) Biotechnology & MVSc, M.Sc Biotechnology and M.Tech Biotechnology programme in various universities across India. Candidates can register themselves for JNU-CEEB by submitting applications online/ offline along with the examination fee.
The university offers M.Phil/Ph.D, Pre-Ph.D/Ph.D, M.Sc-Ph.D, M.Tech – Ph.D, MPH/Ph.D programme to eligible candidates who possess PG degree in a relevant discipline. Candidates awaiting their result or appearing in their final year/semester examination can also apply.
For direct admission to research programmes, a candidate needs to fill a separate application form. The direct admission process to PhD programs is conducted twice a year where selection of candidates is done on the basis of their viva-voce conducted at the concerned department.
JNU has a separate admissions portal for candidates who wish to fill their application forms online. Through this portal, candidates can register themselves for admission to JNU courses. The admit cards for entrance exam is also made available on the portal. The result, counselling and interview details are also released on JNU online admission portal.
Candidate can fill and submit their online application forms through the JNU admissions portal by following the steps given below:
After final submission, a unique application form number will be generated. Candidate can use this application form number along with the password registered while filling the application form in order to login into their respective profile. Candidates can also take a printout of the duly filled-in application form by logging in their account.
The prospectus for JNUEE will also be available on the portal for candidate’s reference. Students can also download previous year question papers from the JNU online portal.
In case of offline application, a candidate is required to procure the application form from the University counter in person or through post by sending a request letter. Candidates opting for offline application forms are required to send in their completed application forms along with necessary enclosures by post. A candidate can apply to a maximum of 3 courses. To apply for different programs, a candidate need not submit separate application forms.
The application fee for entrance exam can be submitted both online and offline. The online fee payment can be done by using a credit or debit card. For offline payment, candidate should take a print out of the SBI e-slip and submit the required application fee through demand draft (DD) to their nearest SBI branch. For offline application forms, candidates need to enclose a DD of the required amount drawn in favor of “JAWAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY”, payable at New Delhi.
JNU Entrance Exam or JNUEE is conducted by the University for admission to its various undergraduate Language, PG, and Research courses. JNUEE is conducted in the month of May every year. Candidates who wish to sit for JNUEE, have to fill application forms which are made available both online and offline during the month of february.
The entrance exam is objective and/or subjective in nature depending upon the discipline. For example for MA in Arts and Aesthetic the test is subjective in nature while for M.Sc. (Agri) Biotechnology the test is objective in nature. The highlights of JNUEE are given below:
Candidates applying for direct PhD (candidate must have M.Phil. degree), don’t have to appear for an entrance examination, but they are required to appear in a viva-voce or interview round.
JNU declares the result of JNUEE or JNU Entrance Exam on its website by the month of July. The results are declared separately for each of the courses. In case of BA Language courses and most of MA degree programs, candidates are required to register for the program within 15 days of the publication of the merit list.
In case of BA Languages (II year), MA in Foreign Languages, and M.Phil. and PhD programs, a select few candidates are called for a further round of viva-voce at the university. Based on their performance in the interview, the final list of candidates selected for admission is prepared. JNU also provides travel concession to the candidates who travel to the University for viva-voce. The travel concession is equal to the amount of second class rail fare for roundtrip for a distance over and above 300 kms on production of valid rail tickets.
The university never declares the marks scored by a candidate in the entrance exam or the cutoff marks set for selection. The merit list, which is displayed, contains only the names of the qualified candidates. The university may also declare a second list or waiting list in case the seats remain unfilled in a course.
JNU has been ranked third by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), which has been launched by the MHRD, Govt. of India. This top slot to the University indicates that JNU is one of the best institutions in India with excellent infrastructure and student support. The University has 10 schools and 4 special centers through which courses are offered to students. Each school is further divided in centers and departments to accomodate the different branches of studies in a stream. The Schools and centers are equipped with state of the art facilities and is home to some of the best faculty in the country. The 10 schools at the university are:
JNU is a university which is primarily known for its Post-graduate and research courses. However, the university does offer undergraduate courses in as many as 10 different languages. The language courses are offered through the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies.
When it comes to PG courses, the university offers a total of 34 PG programs in Arts and Science streams through its 12 schools. In addition to MA and M.Sc. courses, the university also offers M.Tech. program in Biotechnology. Among the MA courses on offer, MA in Political Science, MA in Sociology, and MA in Economics are some of the more popular courses.The University also has as many as 73 Research programs offered through its various centers and schools.
The University follows the semester system of examination. Each academic year is divided in Monsoon and Winter semester. The end semester examination for monsoon semester is conducted between the last week of November and first week of December. While for winter semester, it is conducted in the first week of May. Apart from the end-semester exams, the university also conducts mid-semester examinations in each semester.
JNU declares the result for end-semester exams on its website as well as on the respective notice-boards of schools and centers. The result for end-semester exam for monsoon semester is released latest by January. The result for end-semester exam for winter semester is released latest by June.
JNU is renowned for its research and development facilities. The University has a well-equipped library. JNU library is a multistoried building which boasts of not just newly released publications but also has some of the oldest manuscripts. The JNU library also has an online portal through which students can access books, journals, publications, and other research material online as well.
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) was established 1969 under Jawaharlal Nehru University Act 1966. It is Accredited “A” grade by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). It is recognized as university by University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi. It is located Near Mehrauli Road, New Delhi.
Schools and Institutes
School of International Studies.
School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies.
School of Social Sciences.
School of Arts and Aesthetics.
School of Life Sciences.
School of Environmental Sciences.
School of Computer and Systems Sciences.
School of Physical Sciences.
School of Computational and Integrative Sciences.
Centre for Biotechnology.
Centre for Molecular Medicine.
Centre for Sanskrit Studies.
Centre for the Study of Law and Governance.
M.phil/P.hd. has 925 seats.
MA/Msc/MCA has 962 seats.
BA (hons.) has 395 seats.
Part-time courses have 208 seats.
The candidates are selected on the basis of written entrance exam.
And for admission in Post-graduation courses the candidates are called for Interview after written examination.
The campus is built on 1000 acres land
The campus has classroom, labs, hostels etc.
It is located near the Aravali Hills.
5, 00,000 books
2, 0000 e-journals
53 national/international journals
108752 bound journals
50000 Russian books
1000 general text books
30000 government publications
7 boys only hostels
4 girls only hostels
4 boys and girls hostels
1 for married students
2 for working women
Total capacity of 5, 500 rooms
2 non-AC Guest-Houses
2 AC Guest-Houses
Located at a distance of about 300 m.
University Health Centre.
Attending doctors from 49 government and private hospital.
7 referred hospitals.
36 C.G.H.S hospitals.
55 diagnostic Centre’s.
12 medical officers, hospital Dean and other Staff.
Australian High Commission Fellowship
Okita Memorial Fellowship
G Parthasarathi Endowment Fellowship
Dr. Sheila Zurbrigg Fellowship
Special Fellowships for SC/ST and PH student.
Blood Donation Camp
The International Comparative Human Rights Practicum
Archives on Contemporary Exhibition
Youth Film Festival
Annual Yoga Competition
The President of India Gold Medal
Rafael Iruzubieta Award
Dr. Arpita Mishra Award
Devendra Kumar Gupta Award
Sajjad Zaheer and Razia Zaheer Award