JNUET 2020: JNU Entrance Exam is going to take place from 5th-8th October 2020. The admit card for JNUEE 2020 has been released on the official website of NTA JNU. The National Testing Agency has closed the deadline for registration and submission of application forms for the JNUEE 2020 entrance examinations. Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is one of the premier universities in India. NTA will conduct Jawahar Lal Nehru University Entrance Test (JNUET) 2020 for admission to Undergraduate, Postgraduate, M.Phil/Ph.D., and Part-time courses. National Testing Agency has announced all the dates. The exam dates will be released soon. The candidates planning on applying for admission to the course will be required to fill up the Application Form and submit it before the due date.
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The entrance examination for admissions into M.Phil/Ph.D. and B.A 2nd year courses will be followed by an Interview of the shortlisted candidates in the written examination. It is important that the candidates keep visiting the NTA website on a regular basis. For more of the details of JNUET 2020 go through the article below.
- JNUEE 2020 Admit Card Released Click Here to download the JNU Hall Ticket.
- JNU Entrance Dates Released. Exams will start from 5th October 2020.
- JNUET Prospectus 2020 – Here
Important Dates for JNUET 2020
The schedule for JNU Entrance Test has been released on the official website of the National Testing Agency. It is advised that the candidates save the published dates of the examination. The important dates are available here. Go through the schedule of JNU Entrance Test 2020 from the tabular format below:
|Release of Application Form||2nd March 2020|
|Last date to submit the online form||30th June 2020 (closed)|
|Release of the Admit Card||Released|
|Form Correction Facility||6th- 24th July 2020 (Extended)|
|Examination||5th-8th October 2020|
|Release of the Result||To be announced soon|
JNUET Eligibility Criteria 2020
Information Brochure will mention the JNUET eligibility criteria in detail. All the applicants must fulfill the eligibility criteria for JNU Admission, otherwise, they cannot take part in the JNU Entrance Exam admission process. Find the eligibility criteria of the courses offered by the University from the tabular format below:
BA (Hons.) (1st Year)
BA (Hons.) (2nd Year) in German
BA (Hons.) (2nd Year) other than German
MA in Politics/English/ Linguistics/ German/ Arts & Aesthetics
MA in Geography/Sociology/Sanskrit
MA in Economics
Qualifying Exam: Pass Bachelor Degree (with 50% marks in aggregate) in following subjects: Economics (Hons.) with Mathematics as subsidiary subject or Mathematics(Hons.) with Economics as a subsidiary subject or Statistics(Hons.) with Mathematics and Economics as subsidiary subjects.
MA in Political Sciences/Philosophy
Qualifying Exam: Pass Bachelor Degree with minimum of 50 % marks in Social sciences.
PhD (Direct Admission)
Qualifying Exam: Pass 2-year M.Phil degree or Pass 1-year M.Phil degree with one-year research experience.
Minimum Marks: Score minimum of 55% marks in the examination.
M.Phil/PhD & PhD (Through JRF)
JNUET Application Form 2020
NTA has released JNUET Online form on its official website. The last date to submit the application form has been extended till 31st May 2020. It is an important part of the Admission procedure. The candidates must fill-up the form and submit it before the due date. The availability of JNUET Application Form 2020 will be in an online mode and there will be no other way of accessing it. The candidates must read the content and must make sure that there is no error while filling the details in the Application Form. It is important that the details provided in the form are valid and correct.
The candidates must fill the Application Form of JUNET 2020 with the information in all the sections. The official authorities will not accept incomplete applications. It is important for the candidates that they must select the course they will be applying for very carefully. The final submission of the JNUET 2020 Application Form will only be after the payment of the Application Fee, the forms will not be accepted otherwise.
Exam Pattern and Syllabus for JNUET
The JNU exam pattern and syllabus vary with every course and subject. NTA will conduct Computer Based Examination. For detailed JNU syllabus and exam pattern, find the official e-prospectus. Any changes in the pattern and syllabus will be updated here. The following points highlighted the exam pattern in general for all the courses and subjects:
- Duration: The time allotted will be 3 hours for all the papers
- Mode: The mode of exam shall be Online
- Types of Question: Objective or Descriptive or a combination of both which shall vary from subject to subject.
- Total Marks: The exam shall be conducted for 100 marks in maximum.
- Negative marking: There shall be negative marking of 1/4th of the mark assigned for the question for every wrong answer. This shall apply only for the objective type exams.
- Number of Questions: The number of questions and distribution of marks shall vary for each subject.
JNU Exam Pattern and Syllabus – in details
|M.A.||The exam will contain the questions from subjects of B.A level programme. The paper will be descriptive.|
|M.Sc. Environmental Sciences||The Question paper will be of objective type and include questions in two parts. Part 1: Includes questions from Science and Mathematics of 10+2 standard. Part 2: Includes questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Botany and Zoology at B.Sc. level.|
|M.Sc. Physical Sciences||Questions in the examination of M.Sc in Physics will cover the broader areas of Physics, Physical Chemistry and Mathematics at B.Sc. (General) level whereas for M.Sc in Chemistry, the questions will be based on Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. M.Sc in Physics and Chemistry will contain objective type questions only.|
|M.Sc. Molecular Medicine||The question paper of M.Sc in Molecular Medicine will be divided into two parts. The first part will contain objective type questions on molecular medicine and the other part will consist of questions based on Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics and relevant subject.|
|M.A. in Sanskrit||Questions in M.A. in Sanskrit examination needs to be answered either in English or Sanskrit language. There will be short answer type questions for a total of 100 marks with no negative marking.|
|MCA||The question paper will include multiple-choice questions based on on10+2/Graduate level Mathematics and Probability (80% questions) and General Aptitude and reasoning (20% questions).|
|M.A. in Economics (with Specialization in World Economy)||Objective type questions will be asked in examination comprising of 100 marks with negative marking. The paper tests the candidate’s knowledge of microeconomics, macro-economics, mathematics and statistics, International trade and some related disciplines, such as public economics and economic development.|
|B.A. (Hons.) 1st year in Foreign Language||The paper judges General Knowledge, General English and Elementary Knowledge on the culture and civilization of the languages/country concerned and aptitude for language skills.|
|B.A. (Hons.) 2nd year in Foreign Language||Knowledge of basic and applied grammar, besides some competence for a simple translation from the English language concerned and vice-versa and familiarity with the culture and civilization of the country concerned. The paper will be set in the respective foreign language.|
|M.Phil /PhD||The entrance examination will consist of multiple-choice questions or descriptive type questions or both depending on the subject one has applied for. The admission to M.Phil/PhD shall be followed by an interview of shortlisted candidates.|
Admit Card for JNUET 2020
The Admit cards for JNU Entrance Test 2020 will release on NTA website. The link of JNUET Admit Card will release on 21st April 2020. It is a mandatory document that the candidate has to carry at the day of the exam. The candidates without JNUET Admit card cannot enter the entrance examination hall or appear for the examination. The candidate must provide the important credentials in the login section of the Hall Ticket. candidates must note that the details in the login are valid and correct. Otherwise, they cannot submit the application form.
The Admit card of JNUET 2020 will mention all the important details. So, all the details are the Name of the candidate, Roll Number, Application Number, Course Name, Course Code, Date of the exam, Timing of the Exam, Centre allotted to the candidate for the examination etc. So, the details provided must be checked thoroughly. However, if any form of error is there in the contents of the Permission letter, the candidate must contact the examination conducting body immediately. It is an important document that the students must keep with the utmost care. The officials will ask for the admit card at the time of the Interview or the admission.
Results of JNU Entrance Test 2020
NTA will release JNU Entrance Test Results in an online mode on the official website on 31st May 2020. Through the result, candidates will be informed if they have been selected for the course. If the selection procedure is followed by an interview round. The officials will inform the candidates if their name is shortlisted for the interview. The candidate can download JNUET Result 2020 after logging in with the help of the required credentials.
How to Check JNU Entrance/Semester Result
- Visit the official website of NTA and click on the link to view results that shall be highlighted there. You shall be directed to the Results search page.
- Select the mode you wish to exercise to view results. You shall have to select any of “Search by Application no.” or “Search by Registration No.”
- Select the Programme of study from the drop-down menu.
- Select the Field of Study.
- Enter your Application no. or the Registration number, whichever you have selected.
- Click on the ‘Search’ button.
- Your results shall be displayed on the screen.
Admission Procedure for JNUET
All the candidates who have been selected for a particular programme must have filled the pre-enrolment form online indicating that they have accepted the offer of admission. While filling the pre-enrolment form, they will also be required to upload relevant documents asked for on the portal. The following amount has to be paid online while filling the pre-enrolment form:
|Ph.D., M.Phil./Ph.D||Rs. 295.00/-|
|M.Tech, MPH PGDE||Rs. 10, 174.50/-|
|M.A./M.Sc./M.C.A, B.A. (Hons.)||Rs. 283.00/-|
*Plus GST, as applicable.
Documents required at the time of Viva-Voce
- Testimonials from two persons one of whom should be a former teacher of the candidate;
- A complete list of subjects/papers taken by the candidate for the certificates/degrees held by him/her.
- A copy of at least one of the published papers of the candidate, if any, which he/she considers to be the most representative of his/her intellectual interest and ability.
- A brief note (one copy) stating the candidate’s area of specialized interest of research, if any, and his future professional goals, and such other additional information that may help his/her selection to the programme of study.
- A research proposal of around 500 words is to be submitted by the candidate at the time of viva-voce.
List of Documents Required at the time of admission
- Enrolment Form.
- Central Library Application Form.
- Five copies of recent passport size photographs.
- Two sets of self-attested copies of the Matriculation, Higher secondary, Pre-University or Indian School Certificate or Senior School Certificate (10+2), or an equivalent examination certificate showing the age/date of birth of the candidate.
- A Character Certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended.
- Two sets of self-attested copies of the statement of marks obtained by the candidate and passing certificate/degree of Senior School, Bachelor’s Degree/Master’s Degree examination etc; or their equivalent examination.
- For SC/ST Candidates: Two attested copies of SC/ ST Certificate in the prescribed format in support of their claim for admission against the reserved quota.
- OBC Candidates: Two copies of OBC Certificate in the prescribed format.
- For PWD Candidates: Two copies of Disability Certificate in the prescribed format issued by a Competent Medical Authority indicating the nature and extent (including percentage) of Physical Disability in support of their claim for admission against PWD quota.
- Migration Certificate (in original) from the Head of the Institution/University last attended.
- Two Anti-Ragging Affidavits (one to be signed by the candidate and the other to be signed by the parent/guardian of the candidate) on non-judicial Stamp Paper of Rs.10/- each as per the given format duly attested by a Notary Public.
- Candidates pursuing their studies with some other University/Institution are required to submit discontinuation certificate from their respective University/Institution at the time of registration/admission. Also, they are required to submit the Migration Certificate subsequently within the stipulated time.
- The admission of candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from a Foreign University will be subject to their qualification is found equivalent to the qualifications prescribed by the University.
- The candidates, enjoying the employed status and selected for admission to any programme of study in the University, are required to produce leave sanction order/relieving order at the time of admission/ registration from their employer for the duration of the programme.
- Following documents will be submitted by the candidate (in original) at the Admission Counter in a separate envelope while taking admission/registration:
- Marksheets & Degree/Provisional Certificate of the qualifying examination
- Migration certificate
- Character Certificate
- Anti-ragging Affidavits
Note: However, the formats in which the certificates have to be produced will available in the prospectus.