JNU Admission 2019 – Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi will announce the applications for JNU 2019 Admission in September, 2018. JNU Entrance Exam 2019 is likely to be held in the month of February 2019. Candidates interested to pursue the different undergraduate and post graduate programmes offered must attend the JNU Admission 2019. The university offers various programmes for which the candidates can apply as and when the university will release the application forms. As per JNUEE 2018, admissions will be offered in a total of 37 postgraduate programmes for 1065 seats. The admissions conducted to the various programmes offered is based on merit as per the performance of the candidates in the Admission. The merit list and cutoff will be different for different programmes offered. Candidates can check the cutoff and merit list online itself. Jawaharlal Nehru University conducts JNU CEE every year for candidates who wish to seek admission to the University.
JNU Admission 2019 – Quick Facts
Exam Name – Jawaharlal Nehru University Common Entrance Examination
Abbreviated Name – JNU CEE / JNUEE/ JNU Admission Exam
Exam Mode – Offline
Level – University
Type – Postgraduate
Programmes – 37
Seats – 1065
Exam Conducting Body – Jawaharlal Nehru University
JNU will announce the important dates for the admission test to be held for the various post graduate courses offered by the university. JNU 2019 important dates will help candidates track the different events related to the admission process of Jawaharlal Nehru University.
JNU Important Dates
Online Application window opens
Online Application window closes
Issue of admit card
JNU Entrance Exam
Results (for viva-voice)
Declaration of results (for non viva-voice papers)
Publication of merit list (for non viva-voice papers)
Conduct of viva-voice based on JNU results
Declaration of results (for viva-voice papers)
Publication of merit list (for viva-voice papers)
Registration of candidates for JNU admissions
JNU Admissions 2019 begins
Last date to deposit fee for JNU admissions
Release of second merit list for JNU admissions (wherever applicable)
Registration of candidates based on second admission list of JNU
JNU Admissions 2019 ends
JNU Admission Process 2019
Jawaharlal Nehru University will conduct JNUEE 2019 for candidates who wish to seek admission for the post graduate programmes offered by the University. Admissions to JNU start with the application form which will be released by September 2018. Candidates need to fill and submit the application forms before the last date. Only those candidates who complete the application forms successfully will be able to attend the JNU Admission 2019. after which the University will release the results. Following the declaration of the results the University will release the merit list after which qualified candidates will have to fill and submit the admission forms on the basis of which the admissions will be offered.
Jawaharlal Nehru University will list the eligibility criteria for the different programmes offered by the University. Candidates who wish to apply for the courses offered by the University must make sure that they qualify the eligibility mentioned for the particular course. The minimum eligibility for the undergraduate programme is 10+2 with minimum marks mentioned while the eligibility for the postgraduate programme will be 10+2+3 from a recognized university with minimum marks specified by the university.
The Application forms for the admissions to the different programme offered by JNU will start tentatively from September 2018. The University starts the admission process roughly six months prior to the admission season. Candidates must make sure to fill and submit the application forms before the deadline mentioned by the university. The JNU 2019 application form will be available only online. Candidates filling JNUEE admission form will have to start by registering themselves online for the Jawaharlal Nehru University Common Entrance Examination. They have to provide the details such as name, date of birth, address and contact details besides providing their email id, password and photograph and signature. Candidates have to pay an application fee for JNU 2019 admissions online using Credit Card/ Debit Card/ Net Banking payment options. After completely filling JNU 2019 application form, candidates have to take a print out of the filled-in application form for Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Examination (JNUEE/ JNU CEE) and keep it with them until JNU admissions for the year is completed. Candidates must also note that there is no need to send a copy of the application form via post.
The exam centres of JNUEE 2019 include Allahabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Ghaziabad, Gwalior, Goa, Indore, Jammu, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Patna, Pune, Ranchi, Shimla, Thiruvananthapuram, Udaipur, Varanasi and Vishakhapatnam. Apart from these JNU exam centres, the central university also provides an overseas exam centre in Kathmandu for the candidates who wish to appear for JNUEE 2019 overseas. However, candidates must note that the JNU 2018 exam centre of Kathmandu is subjected to availability of a sufficient number of candidates for the JNUEE centre. Candidates must also remember that Jawaharlal Nehru University reserves the right to cancel or change any exam centre of JNUEE for any reasons. Further, candidates must also note that the JNU exam centre once allotted to a candidate will not be changed under any circumstance or any request by the JNUEE admission aspirant.
The admit card of JNUEE 2019 will be provided to those candidates who successfully complete the application process. The Admit card will contain the details such as candidates name, date and timing of examination, a photograph of the candidate along with the exam centre details and a subject of choice. The admit card of JNUEE 2019 will be available online only. Candidates must note to keep a copy of the admit card in hand until the admissions process is completed.
JNU Entrance Exam 2019 will be conducted tentatively in the last week of December 2018. Candidates can check here the exam pattern for the different examinations. JNUEE 2019 will be conducted in the online mode. Candidates will have to answer questions (objective or subjective) in the given time. The examination pattern will differ as per the subjects the candidate is appearing for. Negative marking will be applicable only for a certain number of subjects (subjects with objective type questions).
Various Schools under Jawarharlal Nehru University offer as many as 37 postgraduate programmes. The schools offering the different programmes include School of Arts and Aesthetics, School of Biotechnology, School of Computational and Integrative Sciences, School of Computer & Systems Sciences, and School of Environmental Sciences, besides School of International Studies, School of Language, Literature & Culture Studies, School of Life Sciences, School of Physical Sciences, School of Life Sciences, School of Social Sciences, Centre for Molecular Medicine and Centre for Sanskrit Studies.
The sample papers of JNUEE 2019 will give candidates an estimate of the type of questions asked for the examination. Candidates can download the sample papers here for the different courses. The sample papers containing the original question paper of different courses will help candidates to understand the trends and types of questions asked for the different subjects. Solving question papers will help candidates to time their tests well and understand their strong and week points to work accordingly over the same.
JNU 2019 Admission – How to prepare for JNUEE
Given below are a few tips candidates can use while preparing themselves to attempt the JNU Entrance Exam -
Plan your syllabus
While preparing for any examination it is necessary that you prepare a plan of how to you will take your preparation forward. Set a few goals for each chapter which will help in covering the syllabus with ease.
Notes are what guides you through your studies. While going through ease concept prepare small notes which will help you remember the concept well.
Solve previous years question papers
Previous years question papers will help you to manage time and focus on your strong and weak points through the exam. Solving sample questions in will bring you face to face with the type of questions that could be asked in a particular subject.
The results of JNUEE 2019 will be declared in the month of February 2019. Candidates will be able to check their result online by logging in to the website or referring to the link given here. The results will be declared for both viva-voice papers and non-viva-voice papers. To check the results candidates need to enter their login credentials which include the application number, programme of choice and the school of choice.
The merit list of JNU Admission 2019 will be declared by the University after the results are declared in the month of February 2019. The merit list of JNU Admission 2019 will mention the list of candidates along with their marks ans rank secured for the different programmes offered by the University. Candidates whose names feature in the merit list will have to attend the counselling procedures.
The cutoff of JNU Admission 2019 will mention the minimum marks required by candidates to qualify for the different programmes offered by the University. The cutoff for the different programmes will be made based on total number of applicants for a particular course, the difficulty level of the examination and the previous years cutoff trends. The University will declared around two cutoff lists so candidates must make sure to keep tracking the same. Candidates can check here the cutoffs for each programme.
JNU Counselling 2019
Jawaharlal Nehru University will conduct the counselling process for those candidates who have qualified the entrance examination. The counselling of JNU is the process where in the documents of candidates who have qualified the entrance examination will be verified after which the candidates can take admission for the course allotted to them by paying the fee.
JNU Admission 2019 – FAQs
Given below are some frequently asked questions by JNU aspirants which will help future candidates in understanding the JNU admission process.
Q: Can candidates who are in their final year UG apply for JNU Entrance Exam?
Ans: Yes, Students who are in their final year of UG can also appear for the entrance examinations.
Q: Can corrections be made in the application form?
Ans: Corrections can be made in the application form by the candidate before the application fee payment process. Once the fees is paid there is no provision to make any correction since the application will be considered as submitted.
Q: What is the medium of exam?
Ans: All the entrance examinations will be conducted in English.
Q: Will negative marking be applicable for all the subjects?
Ans: Negative marking will be applicable only for those subjects which have an objective type of question pattern.
Q: Can a change in exam centre be requested after the exam centre is alotted?
Ans: No, there is no provision for changing the examination centre. Candidates must also note that they have to take the exam from the centre alotted to them. They will not be considered at any other centre.