JNU Syllabus 2020 for all courses is available here. The JNU Entrance Exam will take place from 11th May to 14th May 2020. The National Testing Agency is responsible for conducting the JNUEE Admission Entrance Exam. However, candidates who are eligible can apply for the course. The JNU Entrance Exam Syllabus is available for various UG and Postgraduate and Ph.D. Programs. However, Candidates scoring qualifying marks will be eligible to get admission in Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Exam. Hence, in this article, we have provided complete details about the JNU M.Sc/B. A/M.Phil University Entrance Exam Syllabus. We also have discussed about the JNUEE Exam Dates, Exam Pattern, etc.

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However, to appear the JNUEE 2020 Entrance Test, candidates have to submit the JNU Application Form 2020 and download JNU Admit Card.

Exam and Admit Card of JNUEE Entrance Test 2020

The Application Form of JNU 2020 will be available on 2nd March 2020. The Official Dates have been announced. You can check all the dates below. If there are any changes in the admission process or syllabus, we will update it here.

EventsDates Scheduled
Release of the JNUET Application Form2nd March 2020
Last Date to Submit the Form31st March 2020
The Release of the Admit Card21st April 2020
Date of the Entrance Exam11th May to 14th May 2020
Declaration of the Result31st May 2020

 

JNUET Exam Pattern 2020

The Jawaharlal Nehru University Exam Pattern includes some important information about JNUET Entrance Test. Please check the details below.

  • The Entrance Test will take place from 11th to 14th May 2020
  • The Exam will take place online for a time duration of 3 hours.
  • Questions will be available in Objective, Subjective, or Short Answer Type Questions.
  • There is negative marking for each wrong answer.

JNU Syllabus 2020 – Detailed Information (Postgraduate Entrance Test)

The Syllabus plays a very important role in the preparation of the exam. The JNU 2020 Syllabus for Entrance Test is different for each course syllabus. Here we have provided JNUET Syllabus for all the Course Entrance Test with Exam Pattern.

JNUET Syllabus – Master of Arts

Name of CenterSubject Code and Subject Code NumberSyllabus of the Entrance ExamMode/Pattern of the Exam
Centre for Economic Studies and Planning (CESP)
Economics – ECOM (216)
  • Analytical Abilities and Awareness of National and International Economic Issues of Importance of Present and Recent Past.
  • Courses taught in B.A Level
  • Other Important Topics such as Micro and Macro Economics, Descriptive Statistics, Elementary Probability Theory, Problems of Economic History, International Economics of Contemporary Relevance etc.
The Entrance Exam Question Paper will comprise of two parts – Part A and B (Objective and Subjective).

  • Part A will comprise of objective questions, and Part B will comprise of short and long questions (subjective).
  • Marks obtained in Part A will be used for shortlisting the candidates for whom Part B will be evaluated.
  • However, the final selection of the candidates will be on the basis of the marks obtained in Part A and B.
Centre of Historical Studies (CHS)
  • Modern History – MODM (217)
  • Medieval History
    (218)
  • Ancient History (219)
  • General Comprehension
  • Understanding the Social Sciences
  • Topics Related to Political, Economic, Social History, and on aspects of religion and culture pertaining to Indian and World History etc.
The Question Paper will be Subjective.
Centre for Political Studies (CPS)
Political Science – POLM (220)Unit – I

  • Social and Political Thought of Modern India
  • Western Political Thought
  • Concepts and Approaches in Political Theory.

Unit-II

  • Constitution and Political Institutions of India.
  • State and Politics in India.
  • Political Processes and Public Policies in India

Unit-III

  • Comparative Government and Politics
  • International Relations
The Question Paper will be Subjective in nature.
Centre for the Study for the Regional Development (CSRD)
Geography – GEOM (221)
  • Geomorphology
  • Climatology
  • Oceanography
  • Human Geography
  • Economic, Political Geography
  • Regional Geography of India.
  • Frequency Distribution
  • Geographical Information System, Remote Sensing, Cartography, Quantitative Statistics, etc.
  • Questions will be both objective and subjective.
  • Total Marks – 100 marks.
  • Unit I – 60 marks
  • Unit-II -20 marks
  • and Unit III and IV carry 10 marks each.
Centre for the Study of Social Systems (CSSS)
Sociology – SOCM (222)
  • Must have knowledge about Social Sciences, Indian Culture, and Society.
  • Basic Concepts and Social Institutions.
  • Social Structure and Social Change.
  • State, Polity, and Society
  • Modernization, Globalization, and Development.
Paper will be subjective
Centre for Philosophy (CP)
Philosophy – SPHM(229)Must have knowledge of both Indian and Western Philosophical Perspective

  • Metaphysics/Ontology
  • Epistemology and Logic
  • Ethics, Social, and Political Philosophy.

 

  • Paper will be both subjective and objective.
Centre for Informal Sector and Labour Studies (CIS and LS)
Development and Labour Studies – DLSM (231)
  • Candidates must have knowledge in General Awareness, Indian Economy, Society, Politics in India.
  • Sociological and Political Theories.
  • Objective and Subjective Questions
  • Total Marks- 100 marks

 

JNU M.Phil/ Ph.D. Syllabus

Name of the CenterSubject Code and Code NumberSyllabus of Entrance ExamMode/ Pattern of Exam
Centre for Economic Studies and Planning (CESP)
Economics- ECOP (136)

Micro and Macro Economics

Economic Development

Mathematica Methods in Economics

Topics will be covered from M.A Economics Programme

The selection of the candidates will be on the basis of the Written Exam and Viva Voce.

Objective-Based Question Paper.

Centre for Historical Studies (CHS)
Modern History – MOPDP (137)

Medieval History – MEDP (138)

Ancient History-ANCP (139)

Historical Methods

Histographical Debates and Discussions

Political, Economic, and Social History, etc.

Paper Will be Objective.

 

Check – JNU Syllabus (Detailed)

JNU Syllabus for Undergraduate Courses Entrance Test

The National Testing Agency is responsible for conducting JNUEE in order to offer admission in Undergraduate and Post-Graduate Programs. Hence, the syllabus of JNU 2020 is as follows (Undergraduate Courses).

Technology Stream

  • Basic Engineering and Technology (of Undergraduate Level)
  • Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics of Undergraduate Level.
  • Fundamental Life Sciences and Informatics

Life Science Stream

  • Life Sciences (Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Immunology of Postgraduate Level)
  • Physics and Chemistry
  • Maths, Computer, and Information Sciences (10+2 Level)

Detailed Syllabus of Maths, General Aptitude, Computer Science

Here, you can get the complete topics of the Subjects for JNU Syllabus 2020. This information will help a lot of candidates in their preparation.

Mathematics

  • Real Series Analysis
  • Trigonometry
  • Calculus and Analytical Geometry
  • Differential Equations
  • Statistics and Probability
  • Modern Algebra and Matrix Theory
  • Theory of Equation
  • Numerical Analysis

General Aptitude and General Awareness

  • Current Affairs
  • General Aptitude
  • History of India etc.

Computer Science

  • Representation of Characters
  • Binary and Hexadecimal Representations
  • Organization of Computer
  • Floating Point Representation of Numbers
  • Data Structures
  • C Language
  • Truth Tables
  • Structure of Instructions in CPU
  • Boolean Algebra
  • Computer Memory
  • Computer Organization
  • Integers and Fractions
  • Input/Output Devices
  • Binary Arithmetic
  • Venn Diagrams
  • Computer Memory
  • Central Processing Unit

Recommended Books for JNUEE Entrance Test Syllabus 2020

While doing the preparation for JNU Entrance Test Admission, it is very important that you refer to a few books. Books will help you to understand the exam pattern and the types of questions that can come in the exam. So, here we have listed out some of the recommended books from the past scholars and lecturers.

SubjectBook NameAuthor of the Book
M.A EconomicsEconomicsJK Chopra
EcologyEcologyMr. P.D Sharma
M.A EconomicsMicroeconomicsRobert S. Pindyck
M.A EconomicsMacroeconomics: Theories and PoliciesRichard T. Froyen
SociologySociologyJ.J Macionis
SociologyGeorge Ritzer
Modern Sociological TheoryFrancis Abrahams
M.A HistoryAncient India published by PenguinRomila Thapar
Medieval IndiaSatish Chandra
Medieval India published by NBTIrfan Habib
Ancient IndiaD.N Jha

 

Important Instructions While Appearing JNU Exam

The JNU Undergraduate/Postgraduate Entrance Exam will take place offline, which means it will be a written exam. Candidates will be provided with a Question Booket, and OMR Sheet for Objective-based Questions. Similarly, for the Subjective Based Question Paper, Space will be provided for jotting down the answers. So, here are some of the Important Instructions that have to be followed in the entrance test conducted by Jawahar Lal University.

  • Candidates should not open the Test Booklet until the invigilator announces to open it.
  • After opening the test booklet, candidates must verify the serial number and series of the question booklet with the OMR Sheet Series.
  • If in case, there is any sort of changes in the question or JNU OMR Sheet, then you must immediately inform the invigilator.
  • The Answer Booklet will be available in codes such as A, B, C, D.
  • The OMR Answer Sheet will be scanned by an Optical Scanner, so candidates have to enter the following details using Blue/Black Ballpoint Pen.
        • Roll Number of the Candidate
        • Name of the Student
        • Father’s Name
        • Signature of the Candidate
  • The Answer once marked, cannot be changed. There is negative marking for the wrong answers.
  • Make sure that you darken the circle properly.
  • Applicants must not perform any rough work in the answer sheet.
  • Test Booklets will be provided to do rough work.

JNU Syllabus 2020 – For Various Courses

In this section, we have provided the Latest JNUET Syllabus for various courses such as M.Phil, Ph.D., MCA, etc. Hence candidates can check the Course Module of JNUEE Syllabus here –

The course structure of Master of Computer Applications (MCA)

This is a three-year duration course, divided into six semesters. The students have to earn a minimum of 110 credits at the end of IIIrd year, in order to be eligible for the MCA Degree.

Semester – I

Name of the CourseCredits
Digital Logic4
Discrete Mathematics4
Programming Using C4
Numerical Computing4
C Programming Laboratory2
Total Credits18 Credits

Semester-II

Name of the CourseCredits
Microprocessors4
Data Structures4
Formal Language and Automata Theory4
Database Management Systems4
Probability and  Statistics4
Data structures Laboratory2
Total Credits22 Credits

Semester-III

Name of the CourseCredits
Object-Oriented Programming4
Computer Networks4
Operating Systems4
Design and Analysis of Algorithm4
Computer Architecture4
Objected Oriented Programming Laboratory2
Total Credits22 Credits

 

Semester- IV

Name of the CourseCredits
Software Engineering4
Artificial Intelligence4
Computer Graphics4
Web-Based Programming4
Elective -I4
Total Credits20 Credits

 

Semester -V

Name of the CourseCredits
Principles of Compiler Design4
Elective-II4
Elective – III4
Parallel and Distributed Systems4
Elective -IV4
Total Credits20 Credits

 

Semester -VI

Name of the CourseCredits
Major Project8

List of Optional Subjects (Elective I-IV)

Algorithmic Graph TheoryData Mining and Knowledge DiscoveryAdvanced Algorithms
Big Data ManagementDistributed DatabasesCloud Computing
Digital Image ProcessingComputer VisionInformation Security
Evolutionary ComputationNetworks ProgrammingInformation Theory
Object-Oriented Analysis and DesignOptimization TechniquesMachine Learning
VLSI DesignModeling and SimulationInternet and Web Technology
Multimedia SystemsNatural Language ProcessingPattern Classification
Software TestingWireless Communication and Mobile Computing

 

JNU Syllabus for M.Tech in Computer Science and Technology

Candidates have to earn a minimum of 50 credits at the end of the IInd Year. So, here is the course module structure of JNUEE Computer Science and Technology.

Semester- I

Course NameCredits
Design and Analysis of Algorithms3
Elective I3
II3
III3
IV3
Total Credits15 Credits

 

Semester-II

Course NameCredits
Elective V3
Elective VI3
Elective VII3
Elective VIII3
Elective IX3
Total Credits15 Credits

 

Semester-III

Name of the CourseCredits
Research Methodology3
Academic Ethics and Technical Writing3
Research Reading and Seminar2

Semester-IV

Name of the CourseCredits
Dissertation12

 

List of Optional Subjects for Elective Courses (I to IX)

Advance Scientific ComputingAdvanced Software EngineeringArtificial Intelligence
Big Data AnalyticsGrid and Cloud ComputingComputer Graphics
Data Communication and Computer NetworksComputer ArchitectureComputer Vision
Data Mining and Knowledge DiscoveryDatabase Management SystemsDigital Image Processing
Embedded SystemsGeo-Spatial InformaticsGraph Theory
Large Scale Graph Algorithms and ApplicationMachine LearningMaximum Entropy Modeling and Application
Micro Fabrication TechnologiesMobile Ad-Hoc NetworksModeling and Simulation
Multicast CommunicationNatural Language ProcessingOperating System
Network SecurityObject-Oriented ProgrammingParallel and Distributed Systems
Pattern ClassificationPerformance Modeling of Computer Communication NetworksRandomized and Approximation Algorithm
Swarm IntelligenceServices Oriented ArchitectureSoftware Engineering
Software Quality AssuranceTheory of ComputationTopics are Mathematical Sciences
Vehicular Communication NetworksVLSI Design and TestingWe Mining
Wireless Communication and Mobile ComputingMEMS TechnologyVLSI Technology

 

JNU Syllabus for M.Tech in Statistical Computing

Candidate has to earn a minimum of 50 credits at the end of the IInd Year. Check the Course Module below-

Semester-I

Name of CourseCredits
Data Structure and Algorithm3
Optimization Techniques3
Probability and Stochastic Process3
Big Data Systems (Compulsory for Data Science Stream), Data Communication and Computer Networks (Compulsory for Data Communication Stream)3
Statistical Computing Lab3
Total Credits15 Credits

 

Semester-II

Name of the CourseCredits
Statistical Interference and Multivariate Techniques3
Big Data Algorithms (Compulsory for Data Science Stream), Data Communication and Computer Networks (Compulsory for Data Communication Stream)3
Elective I3
Elective-II3
Elective- III3
Total Credits15 Credits

 

Semester-III

Name of the CourseCredits
Elective-IV3
Elective-V3
Seminar Course2
Dissertation
Total Credits8 Credits

 

Semester-IV

Name of the CourseCredits
Dissertation (in continuation from Semester-III)12 Credits

 

List of Elective Subjects for JNU Syllabus

List of JNU Elective Subjects - Statistical Computing

JNU Syllabus – M.Phil (Academic Ethics)

The detailed syllabus of JNU M.Phil (Academic Ethics) are-

Course Overview

  • Introduction
  • Academic Ethics
  • Awareness Through some Selected Recent Cases

Ethics and Education

  • Ethical Issues
  • Theories in Ethics
  • Subjectivity vs Objectivity
  • Ethics in Higher and Professional Education
  • Case Studies

Autonomy in Education

  • Autonomy
  • Stakeholders in Academics
  • Academic and Administrative Autonomy
  • Accountability of Stakeholders
  • Case Studies

Ethics in Teaching

  • Teaching and Teaching Process
  • Framework for Enforcing Teaching Ethics
  • Accountability of Students and Teachers

Ethics in Academic Administration

  • Stakeholders in Academics
  • Conflicts of Interests
  • Identification and Avoidance
  • Framework for avoiding conflict of interests

Ethics and Quality Education

  • Issues for Quality Education
  • Stakeholder’s Role for Quality Education
  • Teacher’s as Role Model
  • Performance Measures
  • Institute Ranking and Accreditation

Non-Ethical Activities

  • Identification
  • Temptations for such activities
  • Awareness and Fall-Outs
  • Public and National Interests
  • Avoidance

Ethics in Research

  • Ethics in Research
  • Research and Ethical Considerations
  • Framework for Enforcing Research Ethics

Ethics in Publishing

  • Ethics in Publishing
  • Scientific and Publishing Misconduct
  • Plagiarism – Types of Plagiarism
  • Accidental Plagiarism
  • Plagiarism vs Cryptomnesia

Biblio-Metrics: Quantification of Publication Quality

  • Quality Metrics
  • Citations and Indices
  • Journal’s Impact Factor and Variants
  • Individual’s H-Index and Variants
  • Databases- Scopus, SSCI, SCI, SCI (E), DBLP, Google, Scholar, ERIC, Research Gate, etc.

IPRs and Legal Rights

  • IPRs – Copyrights, Patents, and Others
  • Regulations and Regulatory Bodies
  • Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) policy, 2016

JNU Syllabus – New Revised Syllabus Download

Statistical SyllabusPh.D. Syllabus
JNU Academic Ethics SyllabusM. Tech in Computer Science and Technology
JNU MCA Syllabus

 

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