JNU Courses 2020 – Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) releases the list of JNU 2020 courses offered by the university. Candidates who look forward to getting admission at JNU can check the list of courses of JNU 2020. Admission to JNU courses 2020 is conducted through the channel of JNU Entrance Test conducted by National Testing Agency. The university offers admission in both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the Arts, Science and Social Science disciplines. Jawaharlal Nehru University offers 10 undergraduate programmes against 342 seats and 34 postgraduate programmes against 1025 seats. The level-wise JNU courses for the upcoming academic year has been enlisted below along with the intake or number of seats. Before applying to any of the disciplines, candidates can check the JNU courses and their corresponding intake for JNU admission 2020.
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Note: Though the JNU courses list here has been updated as per the latest official notification, however, they may keep on changing or revising the list. In that case, we will further keep updating JNU courses for UG and PG and JNU courses list as and when any changes occur.
Jawaharlal Nehru University offers various programmes including UG, PG, M. Phil and Ph. D. Given below are the tables mentioning undergraduate and postgraduate courses which candidates can refer to.
Aspirants can check the list of JNU undergraduate courses offered by the university and know their intake or seats to know your admission chances.
Centre of Persian and Central Asian Studies
B.A (H) Pashto
B.A (H) Persian
Centre of Arabic and African Studies
B.A (H) Arabic
Centre for Japanese Studies
B.A (H) Japanese
Centre for Korean Studies
B.A (H) Korean
Centre for Chinese & South-East Asian Studies
B.A (H) Chinese
Centre for French and Francophone Studies
B.A (H) French
Centre of German Studies
B.A (H) German
Centre of Russian Studies
B.A (H) Russian
Centre of Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Latin American Studies
B.A (H) Spanish
Total Number of Seats
Check the intake-wise or seat-wise JNU postgraduate courses offered by the university from the table below.
Programme schools in JNU
School of International Studies
M.A. in Politics (with specialization in International Studies)
M.A. in Economics (with Specialization in World Economy)
School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies
M.A. in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Hindi, Korean, Linguistics, Persian, Russian, Spanish and Urdu
School of Social Sciences
M.A. in Economic, Geography, History, Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy and Development & Labour Studies
School of Life Sciences
M.Sc in Life Sciences
School of Environmental Sciences
M.Sc in Environmental Sciences
School of Computer and System Sciences
MCA (Masters in Computer Applications)
School of Physical Sciences
M.Sc in Physics
School of Computational and Integrative Sciences
School of Arts and Aesthetics
M.A. in Arts and Aesthetics
Centre for Sanskrit Studies
M.A. in Sanskrit
Centre for Molecular Medicine
School of Biotechnology
M.Sc in Biotechnology
Each of the JNU programmes 2020 mentioned above have their specific JNU 2020 eligibility criteria which have to be met by the candidates if they wish to apply for a particular course.
The application form for JNUEE 2020 will be available from March 2, 2020. Candidates can fill the JNUEE application form till March 31, for admission to their desired courses of JNU. It must be noted that the registrations cum applications will be available in online mode. Candidates must fill the applications and pay the required fee with the deadline. Better not to leave it for the last day, as various hassles occur at the last moment and then you will have nothing but regret.
NTA would conduct the JNU Entrance Test in online mode from May 11 to 14, 2020. Registered candidates can start downloading the JNUEE admit card from April 21and can continue to download it till the day of the exam. The examination authority – NTA will announce the JNUEE result 2020 on May 31.
Yes, there are various UG courses offered by JNU including B.A (H) Pashto, B.A (H) Persian, B.A (H) Arabic, B.A (H) Japanese, B.A (H) Chinese, B.A (H) French, B.A (H) Korean, B.A (H) German, B.A (H) Russian, B.A (H) Spanish, etc. There are a total of 342 seats for these BA Honours programmes at JNU.
Some of the PG courses offered by JNU include M.A. in Politics (with specialization in International Studies), M.A. in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Hindi, Korean, Linguistics, Persian, Russian, Spanish and Urdu, M.Sc in Life Sciences, M.Sc in Environmental Sciences, MCA (Masters in Computer Applications), M.Sc in Biotechnology, etc. To check complete list of JNU courses, read the article above.
Ther are 10 UG programmes and around 30 PG programmes that are offered by JNU. The PG programmes also include some integrated courses.
Admission to different courses at JNU is offered through JNUEE exam and JNU CEEB for admission to MSc. and M.Tech programmes.
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I am extremely sorry to tell you but with engineering degree you are not eligible for m.sc in Environmental science as to be eligible for that the criteria is that candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in any branch of Basic or Applied Sciences under 10+2+3 education pattern from school/ Institute/ University as recognised at the state or national level. Candidates must have secured at least 55 percent marks in aggregate of subjects of qualifying degree examination.
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see jawharlal nehru university is a prominent university in india. you may see the recent nobel prize winner abhijeet banerjee was an ex alumni of jawharlal nehru university. if you want to study in abroad you have to try and give different exam. but most of the cases make your base strong and believe in your self.
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nbo there is no reservation for northeast indian students in jnu.
reservation of seats are category wise and and age relaxation is given to specialized category students. seat matrix also depends on which course you are applying. follow the below link to know more ,
Yes you can take admission in geography hons in ba entrance exam. Here is the eligibility criteria and admission process.
JNU 2019 Eligibility Criteria for B.A. in Geography is: BA (Geography) placement test has 4 units. Geomorphology, Climatology, Oceanography, and Biogeography are the fundamental themes secured under Unit I. Unit II covers subjects like Human Geography, Regional Geography, and Physical Geography of India.
Qualified up-and-comers need to show up for the Entrance Test directed by the University.
Confirmation depends on the position in the Entrance test led by the University and Deprivation focuses granted, if pertinent.
Separate legitimacy records are set up for every class for example competitors having a place with SC, ST, OBC, PH classifications.
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You haven't mentioned the specific UG or PG course for which you want to know the fee structure, neither you have mentioned the name of the college. Now there are n numbers of colleges each having large number of UG and PG courses and each college has a different fee structure, so I can't help you , so please let me know the name of the college and the specific UG or PG course for which you want to know the fee so that I can help you with relevant and detailed informations.
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