Jawaharlal Nehru University - [JNU], New Delhi : 4 Answered QuestionsView All
• Top Answer By Ankita Sarkar on 07-Nov-2020
Ans. Yes, a Master's degree from IGNOU is acceptable for admission into Ph.D. courses in top universities. The eligibility criteria for some of the top universities in India which offer Ph.D. courses are as follows.
Indian Institute of Science Bangalore:
NIRF has ranked the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore 1st in the university category in 2020.
The eligibility criteria for pursuing a Ph.D. from the institute in any discipline is a master’s degree in a related field from any recognized university.
Jawaharlal Nehru University:
Situated in New Delhi, JNU has been ranked as the 2nd best university in India by NIRF 2020.
The required eligibility for Ph.D. courses is a master’s degree in a related discipline with a certain cutoff from any recognized university.
Banaras Hindu University:
According to the NIRF 2020 BHU is ranked 3rd among Indian Universities.
Students with masters from any recognized university in a related discipline can apply for the Ph.D. courses at BHU. The institute also conducts a test to select the students for admission.
Generally, the eligibility criteria of most of the top universities state that any qualification recognized by the Association of Indian Universities New Delhi which is equivalent to a Post Graduation’s Degree awarded by UGC recognized University/Institutions. This means a master’s degree from IGNOU will be acceptable for top universities for Ph.D. because IGNOU is recognized by UGC. There might be some exceptions in college, for example, the eligibility criteria of colleges also depend on the course in which the candidate seeks admission. Therefore, a candidate should check the eligibility criteria of a college before applying for the same.Read more
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Ans. JNU is considered to be one of the prestigious institutions in the country to pursue any degree. In 2019, the university secured 2nd rank among all the universities, approved by NIRF and NAAC ranking with A+ grade.
NIT Surathkal is one of the oldest technological institutions in southern India, rated as the best technological institution in Karnataka. In 2019, NIT Surathkal ranked 21st among top institutions in India as per NIRF ranking.
For admission to MCA students need graduation with a minimum 45% aggregate and a valid JNUEE score.
The students who enrolled in the course of MCA find it very competitive when it comes to the entrance exam. The majority of the questions will be from mathematics till 12th class, general aptitude, and basic knowledge about computer science. The questions will be in objective form with multiple choice answers.
The cut off for the selection process will be based on the availability of seats and performance of students during the personal interview.
JNU was mostly renowned for the highly consistent placement rate of 100% and the placement cell is managed by the students.
In the academic year 2018- 2019, the highest salary package is 25 LPA, whereas the average salary package is 4.5 LPA.
The top recruiting companies like Adobe, Microsoft, Google, Oracle, IBM, Wipro, TCS, Samsung, Infosys, Siemens, NEWGEN, etc.
MCA program at NITK is inclined more toward Application Development and emphasis on the latest programming language. The institute aims at producing trained professionals to meet the demands of the information technology industry.
Students need 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in BSc/BCA/BIT or BE/BTech to be eligible for MCA admission.
The selection of MCA is through NIMCET scores.
The institute has an excellent placement record which is highly accomplished and well-placed alumni serving both within the country and abroad.
During 2018 – 2019, 75% of students were placed with the highest package was 18 LPA, the lowest package was 3.5 LPA and the average package was 8 LPA.
The major recruiters were Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Oracle, Samsung, Goldman Sachs, IBM, TCS, Citicorps, Nokia, Dell, One Convergence, Radisys, JPMC, JP Morgan, Target Corp, Dolittle, etc.
Finally, consider the aspects associated with both choices and choose the institute which will be more convenient.Read more
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Ans. All of the above-mentioned institutes are good options for pursuing a master’s in Economics. You should decide the university based on your re-location ability, course fees, and most importantly your future career planning. Given below is a brief inside into the M.Sc Economics program at the above-mentioned institute.
Delhi School of Economics-Rs.12,465 (first-year fee)
JNU- Rs.1,260 (first-year fee)
Indian Statistical Institute- Rs.0 ( For sponsored candidates- Rs.20,000)
Paris-Sorbonne University- 6,500 euros per year
University of Munich – The institute does not charge any tuition fees. However, there is a semester fee of 128 euros for every student comprising a student services contribution (62 euros) and a basic fee for public transportation (66,50 euros).
DSE- The companies that visit the campus for recruitment are mostly MNCs like JPMorgan, Nomura, Walmart, Citibank, P&G etc. The highest package is around 26 LPA and therefore the minimum is around 10 LPA. The average package is around 13-14 LPA. Students also receive internship offers and the stipend for internship varies depending on the company.
JNU- The median salary offered to the students of this institute is around 8 LPA. Students also placed in various research institutes and chambers for summer internship program.
Indian Statistical Institute- The average package at the institute is 19.8 LPA and the highest salary recorded is 42 LPA.
Paris-Sorbonne University- The economics majors of the institute are regularly placed in Banking and insurance services; Audit in Economics; Audit in Finance and insurance; Financial and Economic Analyst; Demand planning/management; General business management; Government policy analysis.
The University of Munich -The university has a strong placement record for graduates. In the academic job market, recruiters in the last couple of years include Toulouse, Stockholm, Leuven, Mannheim, Tilburg, .In the governmental sector placement assistance is provided for eminent organizations, like the ECB, IMF, Bank of England, Bundesbank, EU, ministries while in the private sector, instances include. Allianz, Munich Re, McKinsey, Deloitte.Read more
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Ans. The overall value of an institute really matters when it comes to getting admissions and placements. Now, IIT being an institute that is at the top in its class helps its students in getting foreign admissions. Although JNU stands at the 2nd position in the list of rankings of universities by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF).
Another advantage given by JNU is its location. It is situated in the hub of big companies and firms which eventually adds up to the university’s placement rate and other opportunities.
Along with this, pursuing MSc in Physics from JNU costs a lot lower than the other IITs due to its student-friendly fee structure. You can probably finish your entire degree at JNU within IIT’s fee for a single semester. Students wishing to study at any IIT need to reconsider their financial position due to IITs expensive fee structure.
Talking about MSc in Physics, IIT Delhi is top in all of the other IITs when it comes to Optics and Material Science. As a matter of fact, IIT Delhi provides the best of the best in the field of Optics. If you’re interested in Theoretical Physics then IIT Kanpur is the place for you. In the same way, IIT Bombay has an upper hand amongst all of the other IITs in Condensed Matter and Material Science.
Pursuing MSc in Physics from an IIT, be it IIT Hyderabad, IIT Bhubaneshwar, or any other IIT really helps its students a lot in getting into Ph.D. programs offered by foreign universities and institutions.Read more
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It's in Delhi, my main intrest was in cs field and wasn't selected in top 7 NIT. So i opted for JNU because it was in Delhi and I can attend classed in iit Delhi as i know some professors there. And i will also get the exposure of free and social environment which a surely got. So was interested in getting to iit delhi
Placement and job opportunities are enough in the campus. You can learn many different languages and would be easily placed in foreign countries. The companies that visit i am currently not sure of as I am in 1st year
The college enviornment force me to opt this as per other college i like most of the thing in this college and the rules and regulation are there,strictness for studies, the college is nearby my house also, and i choose this coarse as i love to read books and novels and stories very much and i want to know more about this and i want to learn more to improve my english
Yes there were many placements held but i dont know much about this as its my first year only so i dont know
Overall there is no bad remark. I can assure you that jnu is best university not only in India but also in the world
In 2008 first time I gave jnu entrance exam I filled form in feburary and exam was conducted in mid may. Finally i got selected in first list and called for document verification and got all my document verified by university staff. And finally I got admission in JNU. And started my first class in July end around 25 July.
Quality of faculty, courses offered, quality of education, overall exposure, further opportunities. It's an internationally renowned institution and has been India's no. 2 university for several years. The faculty's experience and contribution to the field is also quite remarkable.
Companies like HSBC, EXL Analytics, Wells Fargo, IIP, The Economist, Busara Centre visit the campus each year. Students have to go through written or computer based aptitude tests as well as interviews. Alumni networking is okay. The Placement Cell is well established for several years now.
I choose this college because it's location and college society impressed me.it has student centric environment and more technical activities. It contains very good reputation in the country and ranked best University in india.
Reputed companies visit every year and they provide very good package to every student according to their ability and knowledge. College tries to prepare students for these interviews.
College have a very big alumni network who always provide their support. Most students focus on jobs so there's no startups support.
Big campus with natural beauty, management is also very good.
Entrance basic admission for all students, it is good foren course for our future, for admission from filling open on mid April and exm. Conducted in mid July.When you clear the entrance exm, then you have to opportunity to get admission in college.
JNU is one top ranking university. Here the faculties are best and education level and standard are great. You learn and explore so many things beyond your studies also. The best of JNU is , here the peoples ( prof. , Students and other staff members) are very helpful and encouraging.
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.
Jawaharlal Nehru University, JNU on November 19 formed a committee to pre-plan the measures required for the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP 2020).
The decision to create a committee at JNU to deliberate upon the measures necessary for the implementation of the new&
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) conducted its fourth annual convocation online this year owing to the circumstances due to the widespread COVID-19. The annual convocation was addressed by President Ramnath Kovind.
During the convocation of Jawaharlal Nehru University - [JNU], New Delhi, Preside
Scorecards of Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Exam (JNUEE) 2020 have been released on the official website. Candidates who appeared in the exams from October 5-8, 2020 can check their scorecards. The scorecards will provide marks and percentage secured.
Recently, NTA rele
The JNU administration has decided to hold its 4th convocation online owing to the pandemic crisis. The convocation which was usually held in the University campus will be held on November 18 through a digital medium.
JNU took this decision due to the many restrictions imposed because of the
November 09,2020: PM Modi will unveil the statue of one of the most admired spiritual leaders and intellectuals, Swami Vivekananda at JNU Campus on November 12 (Thursday) at 6:30 pm. The event will be streamed live at the official Jawaharlal Nehru University social media pages.
The Delhi High Court ordered Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) to reserve 5% of total admission seats reserved for Person With Disabilities (PWDs).
On October 13, 2020, the varsity conceded that after in accordance with Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Admission 2020, the university failed
November 3, 2020: National Testing Agency has released the final answer key for JNUEE 2020. Candidates can check the details over the official website.
The National Testing Agency has released the answer keys for the JNUEE 2020 for various courses such as PhD, MPhil, MA, Msc, MTech, etc
National Testing Agency (NTA) to conduct re-exam for two courses in the JNU entrance examination (JNUEE) on October 28, 2020.
JNUEE 2020 was previously held on October 6, 2020. Because of some technical issues found in the online entrance test, NTA announced that re-examination will be condu