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Updated on Feb 16, 2024 8:02AM IST

Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi Latest Update

February 16, 2024 8:02 AM

Jawaharlal Nehru University releases e-Prospectus for PG & ADOP programmes 2022-23.

February 16, 2024 8:02 AM

Jawaharlal Nehru University extends MBA admission application deadline.

January 5, 2024 8:03 AM

Jawaharlal Nehru University announces admission form filling notice for PG & ADOP programmes for Academic Year 2024-25.

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JNU Overview

JNU Delhi Admission: Candidates must take the JEE Main 2024 entrance test in order to get admitted to the B.Tech programmes. The National Testing Agency (NTA) announced the exam dates for both sessions. The first exam session runs from January 24 to February 1, 2024. The second session of the admission exam will take place from April 1 to April 15, 2024. On the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in, the NTA JEE Main 2024 announcement will be made. Taking the test is a requirement for getting accepted for JNU BTech admission.

JNU Admission: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has published the exam dates for the Common University Entrance Test (CUET UG and PG 2024). According to the data released by NTA, the exam date for CUET UG is from May 15 to 31, 2024, and CUET PG is from March 11 to 28, 2024. The test is required for admission to the UG and PG JNU courses.

JNU UG Admission 2023: The fourth merit list for the B.A (Hons) and B.Sc programmes were released on September 7, 2023. To check the merit list candidates had to visit the official website of the university at jnuee.jnu.ac.in. The dates for physical verification for admission against the JNU PG second merit list 2023 were September 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12 and 13, 2023.

For Jawaharlal Nehru University admission 2023, to the UG and COP courses, the third merit list was released by the official authorities. The JNU third merit list 2023 was published on the official website (jnu.ac.in and jnuee.jnu.ac.in). For the final JNU merit list 2023, the physical verification and registration time period was September 11 to 12, 2023. The last date for admission and registration was September 15, 2023. For JNU PhD admission 2023, the application form under JRF Category 2023 was made available on the official website. The last date for application submission was September 8, 2023. 

JNU cut off 2023 was released for UG, PG, COP and ADOP programmes. The cut off was released as scores and ranks, for all student categories. It was released on the official website (jnuee.jnu.ac.in). The JNU Delhi cut off was released for B.A (Hons), B.Sc, COP, M.A, M.Sc, MCA, M.Tech, MPH, PGD and ADOP. 

Jawaharlal Nehru University BTech Admission 2023, is done on the basis of the JEE Main marks, followed by the JoSAA Counselling 2023. On the official website josaa.nic.in, candidates can download and print the JoSAA seat allocation 2023 letter, for JNU admission 2023.

The JNU NIRF Ranking 2023 is 10 for the Overall category, 2nd in the University category, and 18th for the Research category. The JNU score as per the NIRF ranking list is 67.44 for the overall category, 68.92 for the University category, and, 57.33 for the Research category. In the year 2022, JNU was ranked 10th for the overall category with a score of 67.25, 2 in the University category along with a score of 68.47, and, 14th in the Research category along with a score of 56.75. While all the other rankings of the university have remained consistent, the ranking as per the NIRF Ranking for the Research category has dropped by 4 positions. 

As per the Times Higher Education Ranking for 2023, JNU has obtained the rank band 601-800. Moreover, the score as per these rankings is 34-39.2 for the Overall Category, 44.1 for Teaching Category, 23.5 for Research, and, 19.5 for International Outlook. Some other valuable data released by the rankings is that the Female: Male Ratio at JNU is 46:54 and the percentage of international students at the university is 2%. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023 include 1,799 universities across 104 countries and they are ranked on 4 parameters including Teaching, Research, International Outlook, and, Knowledge Transfer. 

JNU is one of India's best universities for postgraduate and research courses. It has been certified with an "A" grade by the NAAC and awarded the designation of "University of Excellence" by the UGC. In terms of the best universities in India, it is placed second by NIRF 2023. More than 18 Defense and R&D institutes have received accreditation and recognition from JNU. It comprises seven special centres, 55 centres, and 13 schools.

The Jawaharlal Nehru University courses offered are over 100 at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral levels. The subjects of arts, science, computer applications, medicine, engineering, law, mass communication, and management are all covered by the courses. It also provides diplomas, advanced diplomas, and certificate programmes in a number of languages. 

The JNU course admissions are determined by both candidates' academic merit from their last qualifying exam and entrance exam scores. The Common University Entrance Exam (CUET), administered by NTA, is used to determine admission to UG and PG programmes. The other entrance tests accepted by the university for admission include JEE Main, GATE, CAT, etc.

The Jawaharlal Nehru University placements are overseen by the University Placement Cell (UPC). The university provides 100% placement assistance. To bring recruiters and students together under one roof, the cell is in charge of holding workshops, placement camps, and trade fairs. The JNU placement packages offered to the students range from Rs 6 LPA to Rs 8 LPA.

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JNU Highlights

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is a public central university that has been accorded the title of "University of Excellence" by the UGC. It is regarded as one of India's top-ranked institutions for postgraduate and research courses. It was placed 2 in the category of "University" by the NIRF Rankings in 2023 and has been recognised by the NAAC with a Grade Point of 3.91 (on a scale of 4) on a scale of 4. According to the QS Global University Rankings, JNU is one of the top 10 Indian universities when it comes to its standing on the global stage. The university has also made history by becoming the first university in India to ever offer courses in foreign languages as part of its Integrated MA programme. JNU now has 13 schools, 55 centres, and 7 special centres. At the UG, PG, and PhD levels, the university offers more than 106 courses in a variety of fields. It also provides certificate, diploma, and advanced diploma programmes in a number of languages. The following table lists some of Jawaharlal Nehru University's (JNU) significant highlights :

Jawaharlal Nehru University Highlights

ParametersDetails
Establishment Year1969 
Ownership TypeGovernment
Total no. of students8,800+
NIRF Rankings 2023

- 2 in the 'University' category

- 10 in the 'Overall' category

- 18 in the 'Research' category

Constituent schools and centres

- Schools: 13

- Centres: 53

Flagship courses of studyMA, BTech
Number of courses106 courses across 11 streams
Student-faculty ratio (Overall)10:1
Official entrance examJNUEE, CUET UG, CUET PG
Number of MoUs signed272 across 48 countries
Types of scholarshipsMerit-cum-Means-based, Merit-based, Sports
Scholarships rangeRs 300 - Rs 2,000 per month
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12 Courses are offered by JNU

Exam Accepted:JEE Main, CUET PGJEE Main, CUET PG
Number of courses:2
Number of courses:1
Number of courses:1
Number of courses:7
Exam Accepted:CUET PGCUET PG
Number of courses:2
Number of courses:1
Exam Accepted:NEET PGNEET PG
Number of courses:1
Exam Accepted:NIMCETNIMCET
Number of courses:1
Exam Accepted:GATEGATE
Number of courses:1
Number of courses:1
Number of courses:1
Number of courses:4

JNU Courses and Fees 2023

Jawaharlal Nehru University courses list include 200+ courses across 10 streams at the UG, PG, M.Phil and Ph.D level. These courses offered are in the field of Engineering and Architecture, Art, Humanities and Social Sciences, Sciences, Law, Education, Commerce, Computer Application and IT, Management and Business Administration, Medical and Allied Sciences and Media, Mass Communication and Journalism. Being a central university, Jawaharlal Nehru University fee structure is affordable in comparison to other universities, so that students from below poverty line have access to quality education. The course fees at Jawaharlal Nehru University vary from courses to programme levels such as Bachelor's, Master or Doctoral. The table below lists all the JNU courses, their eligibility criteria and fees structure. 

A wide range of courses are available at Jawaharlal Nehru University in subjects including social sciences, international studies, language and literature, management, engineering, etc. Below is a quick summary of the same :

JNU Fee Structure and Courses List

CourseDurationEligibility CriteriaFees
B.A (Hons)3 YearsIntermediate graduate with a minimum of 45% marksRs 1362/year
MBA2 yearsBachelor’s degree in any discipline with 60% marks (55% for OBC and 45% for SC/ST)Rs 600,000/Year
MCABachelor’s degree in any discipline with 55% marksRs 1357/year
M.ScBachelor’s degree in any discipline with 55% marksRs 1362/year
M.A.Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 50% marksRs 1260/year
M.TechBachelor’s degree in relevant discipline with 55% marksRs 1391/year
M.Phil/ Ph.D.3 yearsMaster’s degree in relevant discipline with 55% marksRs 1391/year
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JNU Admission 2023

JNU admission procedure is conducted online. Candidates seeking admission to the UG and Certificate of Proficiency courses must appear for the Common University Entrance Test (CUET). There won't be a viva voce test for those applying to the B.A., B.Sc., and COP courses. According to the university's approved admission policy and procedures, the candidates are admitted on the basis of their performance in the CUET and the deprivation points that were added to their score. Admission to the PG and PhD courses will be done through the JNUEE entrance examination. The JNU admissions are based on the scores of various entrance exams like the CUET UG, CUET PG, JEE Main, etc. 

JNU holds the JNU CEEB (Jawaharlal Nehru University Combined Entrance Examination for Biotechnology), a national-level entrance exam, once a year for admission to biotechnology courses. Candidates in the general category must pay Rs 340, while those in the reserved category must pay Rs 260.

JNU Reservation

CategoryPercentage of seat reserved
PwD5%
SC15%
ST7.50%
OBC27%
EWS10%
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JNU Admission Dates 2023

JNU admission to bachelor's, master’s and doctoral courses require students to qualify for CUET, CAT, JEE, GATE or a Computer Based Test (CBT). Hence it is important to keep track of the test dates and latest updates. 

JNU Admission Important Dates

EventDate
JNU Delhi Admission: JEE Main 2024 Dates
JEE Main 2024 Exam Date (Session 1)January 24 to February 1, 2024
JEE Main 2024 Exam Date (Session 2)April 1 to 15, 2024
Admission to the UG & COP Programme for the Academic Year 2023-24
Final List for Admission Release DateSeptember 7, 2023 
Pre-enrolment Registration and Fee Payment with Seat Blocking - Final ListSeptember 7, 2023 to September 8, 2023 
Admission/ Registration of Selected Candidates - Physical Verification - Final ListSeptember 11, 2023 to September 12, 2023
Last Date for Admission/ RegistrationSeptember 15, 2023
Admission to the PG & ADOP Programme for the Academic Year 2023-24
Admission/ Registration of Selected Candidates - Physical Verification (M.A Foreign Language)September 1, 2023
Admission/ Registration of Selected Candidates - Physical Verification (Rest of the Courses)September 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12 and 13, 2023 
Final List for Admission Release DateBy September 19, 2023 
Pre-enrolment Registration and Fee Payment with Seat Blocking - Final ListSeptember 19, 2023 to September 20, 2023 
Admission/ Registration of Selected Candidates - Physical Verification - Final ListSeptember 25, 2023 to September 26, 2023
Last Date for Admission/ RegistrationSeptember 29, 2023
Admission to the DOP Programme for the Academic Year 2023-24
Last Date for Admission/ RegistrationSeptember 15, 2023
JNU PhD Admission 2023 Under JRF Category
Application Process Start DateJuly 5, 2023
Last Date for ApplicationSeptember 8, 2023
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JNU Ranking

JNU is regarded as a leading university in India with a track record of success in both academics and extracurricular pursuits. As per the NIRF Ranking 2023, Jawaharlal Nehru University has been ranked 10 in the Overall category, 2 in the University category, and 18 for the Research category. The JNU score as per the NIRF ranking list is 67.44 for the overall category, 68.92 for the University category, and, 57.33 for the Research category. The university’s ranking for the overall and engineering category is constant and for the research category, it has dropped by 4 positions. 

As per the Times Higher Education Ranking for 2023, the JNU ranking is in the band of 601-800. Moreover, it has attained a score of 34-39.2 for the Overall Category. For the Teaching Category, it scored 44.1. The score obtained for the Research Category is 23.5 followed by a score of 19.5 for the International Outlook category.

Jawaharlal Nehru University Ranking

Ranking BodyRank
QS World University Rankings, 2023601-50
NIRF Ranking 20232nd in the Top University Category
18th in Research Category
10th in the Overall category
Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2023601-800
QS World University Rankings, 2022561-570
107 in Asia
Times Higher Education Asia University Ranking, 2021187th
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JNU Placements 2023

JNU is one of the universities in India that is highly renowned for its academic brilliance. Every year, the university holds a placement drive in which top companies compete to recruit qualified students. Nonetheless, a large proportion of pupils choose to pursue higher education instead. JNU's University Placement Cell (UPC) conducts workshops, placement camps, and trade fairs with the goal of bringing recruiters and students together under one roof.

According to the JNU NIRF 2023 report, the median salary package offered during the JNU UG placement 2022 drive was Rs 6 LPA, while the median salary package offered during the JNU PG placement 2022 drive was Rs 7.95 LPA. McKinsey, Legato, Adobe, Google, Samsung, Sapient, Siemens, Infosys, HCL, HP, and other reputable recruiters hired a total of 107 JNU students from UG and PG programmes. JNU placement 2023 statistics have yet to be released. Applicants can have a look at placement highlights of the 2022 batch for UG and PG programmes:

JNU Placement Statistics

ParticularsUGPG
Year20222022
Number of students graduating3531280
Number of students placed3186
Median salary packageRs 6 LPARs 7.95 LPA

One of the universities in India that is renowned for its academic prowess is JNU. It hosts a placement drive where leading businesses engage in order to find qualified students. Here are some of the top recruiting companies that visit the campus during the Jawaharlal Nehru University placements.

Jawaharlal Nehru University Recruiters

SIEMENSOPTUMOracleSamsung 
WiproSapient New GenMaruti Suzuki
McKinsey & CompanyGenpact AdobeAmazon 
IBM HCL TechnologiesGoogle Accenture 
Infosys HPTCSGlobal Logic
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JNU Cut Off 2023

Candidates willing for admission to the university must meet the JNU cut off 2023 list. In order to be accepted into the university's B.Tech programmes, candidates will require a valid JEE Main score, following which they have to go through the JoSAA Counselling 2023. The JNU BTech cut off is also made available along with the JoSAA seat allocation result. The number of candidates for a programme, the difficulty of the exam, and other factors influence the cut-off, which changes every year. The applicants can view the Jawaharlal Nehru University JoSAA cut off 2023 (Round 6) for B.Tech courses from the list provided below.

JNU BTech Cut Off 2023 for Round 6

ParametersDetails
JNU Delhi JoSAA Cut Off Round 6 Click Here

JNU Delhi BTech Cut Off 2023 for Round 5

Academic Program NameSeat TypeGenderOpening RankClosing Rank
Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)OPENGender-Neutral1358426280
OPEN (PwD)Gender-Neutral547547
EWSGender-Neutral43744770
OBC-NCLGender-Neutral765910338
OBC-NCL (PwD)Gender-Neutral371371
SCGender-Neutral22483972
SC (PwD)Gender-Neutral157157
STGender-Neutral17001895
Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology)OPENGender-Neutral2494534906
OPEN (PwD)Gender-Neutral16781678
EWSGender-Neutral55746369
OBC-NCLGender-Neutral1048414195
SCGender-Neutral45196489
STGender-Neutral24343067

The JNU cut off list is created based on various entrance exam scores like the JEE Main, CUET UG, and, CUET PG. Based on the exam results, the university releases merit lists to allocate seats to candidates.

JNU Delhi CUET Cut Off 2023

The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) for admission to UG and PG courses offered at Jawaharlal Nehru University. The scores of the exam are accepted by all 14 schools under the university. The JNU CUET exam 2023 was held in a computer-based mode, in two shifts. The exam fees are Rs 530 for General and Rs 310 for SC, ST and OBC category candidates. Candidates have to meet the JNU CUET cut off 2023 to secure admission. 

The number of test takers, the test's level of difficulty, the number of seats available, the marks earned, etc. are the factors that affect the cut-off. The JNU CUET cut off list is made public by the university, following the release of the results. The JNU expected CUET cut off 2023 is given below:

JNU Delhi CUET Cut Off 2023 Expected (Code-1)

CourseGeneralOBCSTSCPWD
B.A. (Hons) Pashto84-8680-8263-6576-7835- 39
B.A. (Hons) Persian85- 8881- 8465-6874-7733- 36
B.A. (Hons) Arabic80- 9081-8570-7575-78-
B.A. (Hons) Japanese93-9588-9377-8080-8559- 63
B.A. (Hons) Korean93-9587-9183-8582-8536- 43
B.A. (Hons) Chinese91-9486- 9070- 7677-8139- 42
B.A. (Hons) French90- 9789-9480-8586-9078-84
B.A. (Hons) German90- 9589- 9173-7784-8848- 50
B.A. (Hons) Spanish88-9189-9277-7882-8442- 46
B.A. (Hons) Russian88-9085-8768-7079-8151-52
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JNU Result 2023

The Monsoon semester and Winter semester are the two semesters that makeup JNU's Even and Odd system. JNU results for the monsoon semester are often released in December or January. In the months of May and June, candidates can view the results for the JNU winter semester. The JNU result can be viewed and obtained by going to the university's official website. By providing the necessary information, including their registration number, programme, and subject of study, students can receive the outcome.

How to Check JNU Result?

The steps to check Jawaharlal Nehru University results are given below : 

  • Go to the JNU official website.
  • Select the details such as Programme of Study, Field of Study, and Search option
  • Enter the application or registration number.
  • Then click on submit button to complete the procedure.

JNU CUET Result

On the official website of Jawaharlal Nehru University, candidates can obtain their JNU CUET results by entering information such as their programme of study, field of study, and application number/ registration number. The steps to check the Jawaharlal Nehru University CUET result 2023 are given below:

  • Candidates have to go to the JNU official website.
  • Then, click on the ‘e-prospectus’ button under the admission section.
  • Select the entrance exam result from the many entrance tests.
  • A new window will appear.
  • There, select the course of study, field of study and click on the search option.
  • Enter the unique application/ registration number.
  • Then click on the ‘Submit’ button
  • After this, candidates will be redirected to the result tab.

How to Check the JNU Viva Result 2023?

In various programmes such as B.A Hons., M.A (Foreign Language), M.Tech, M.Phil/ PhD, Pre-PhD, chosen students will be invited for the viva-voce after the JNUEE written test. The university will release the merit list for both viva-voce and non-viva candidates following the conclusion of the viva process. The JNU merit list will be used to grant admission.

How to Check JNU CUET PG Result 2023?

Candidates who took the Common University Entrance Test for the postgraduate programmes can check the JNU CUET PG 2023 Result by following the steps below:

  • Visit the CUET PG  official website (cuet.nta.nic.in).
  • Put in your login details and click on submit.
  • The CUET PG results will appear on the screen.
  • Take and print out and download for future reference.
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JNU Scholarships

Jawaharlal Nehru University offers numerous scholarships to deserving students based on their merit and financial need. The merit scholarships will be awarded to candidates whose parents or guardians’ annual income is less than Rs 2.5 lakh. The university provides financial aid to deserving and meritorious students based on a variety of criteria. Following are the details about the JNU scholarships offered:

Jawaharlal Nehru University Scholarships

ScholarshipDetails
Ford Foundation Scholarship

A limited number of Ford Foundation Scholarships of the amount of Rs. 700/- per month are available for students of the M.A. Course of the School of International Studies. The Scholarships will be given out solely on the basis of merit, with the requirement that at least half go to female students. 

Students pursuing their education at the University may also apply for the following Endowments (Scholarships), Fellowships, and Awards.

Prof. Gouri Shankar Singhal Merit ScholarshipOne scholarship of Rs.1000/- per month for one year to an M.Sc. (SLS) 2nd year student with the best CGPA at the conclusion of the third semester, to be selected at the school level on the basis of merit and need.
Tendulkar ScholarshipThis scholarship of Rs.400/- per month is offered by rotation to two students from various Centres of the School of Social Sciences for a term of two years.
Merit-cum-means ScholarshipA number of Merit-cum-Means scholarships are offered for deserving and meritorious students whose parent's/income guardian's does not exceed Rs. 2,50,000/- per annum or as may be laid down from time to time. Scholarship payments will be controlled by the rules in effect at the University at the time.
D S Gardi Sanskrit ScholarshipOver a two-year term, two M.A. students in Sanskrit Studies will be given. These scholarships are given to students based on their achievement in the first semester.
Prof. MJK Thavaraj MCM ScholarshipOn merit, two scholarships of Rs.300/- a month and Rs.2000/- as a contingency are offered to M.A. (Economics) first-year students at the School of Social Sciences.
Jawahar Bhawan Trust ScholarshipThese Scholarships, which are worth Rs. 1000 per month and are given to 10 students for a year (covering two semesters), may be extended for additional semesters as long as the student maintains a CGPA of 5.5 at the end of the third semester of an MA or M.Sc. programme or the fifth semester of an MCA programme.
Prof. Nurul Hasan ScholarshipFor the purpose of advancing education and other ideals and values that Prof. Hasan worked to uphold throughout his career, two scholarships worth Rs. 1500 per month each will be given to second-year M.A./M.Sc./MCA students with the highest CGPA at the end of the first year; one will be given for studies in social science and the other in science.
Prof. Ramesha Rao Scholarship and Travel GrantIn order to establish an endowment for the "A. Ramesha Rao Scholarship and Travel Grant" for students earning the highest grade in Cancer Biology, a subject in which Professor Rao had expertise and mentored students, Dr. (Mrs.) K. Sudha Rao, a deceased professor at the School of Life Sciences, donated a sum of Rs. 10,00,000. An M.Phil. a Ph.D student who presents a paper at an international conference, seminar, etc. in the field of cancer biology will get an award for 10 months at a rate of Rs. 3,000 per month and a travel grant of Rs. 30,000. With the interest that has accumulated on the endowment, this will become effective in 2011.
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JNU Campus Facilities and Infrastructure

The 1019-acre campus of Jawaharlal Nehru University has everything a student will need for their overall development. The campus is located at Mehrauli in the heart of the capital city, Delhi. The University believes in providing the students with the best environment for learning and the most advanced infrastructure for professional growth. The JNU Delhi campus houses more than 20 schools and special centers, classrooms complexes, student, faculty, and residential staff quarters, a healthcare center that is operational 24 hours, and an administration block. In addition, the campus is well equipped with a sports ground for indoor and outdoor games, a gym, ATM, library, mess, and shopping facilities. Students get satisfied with JNU Facilities and services.

JNU Other Facilities

  • Jawaharlal Nehru University Library: More than 5 lac volumes, 5,000 titles, and tens of thousands of CDs, periodicals, and reports are housed in the library. A distinct Department and a Central Library make up the JNU library. Via a membership card, it lets both students and faculty members have simple access to the course and reference resources. 
  • JNU Hostel Facilities: For males and females from outside Delhi, the university offers separate housing. A student must submit his or her requests for accommodations early on in the admissions process at the mess facility, which is also accessible. At the moment, the hostel building is home to more than 150 students. 
  • Jawaharlal Nehru University Cafeteria: On the campus of the University, there are several canteens, or cafeterias and dining rooms, where tea, coffee, and a variety of snack foods are offered. On the other hand, the canteen provides students and employees with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals.
  • JNU Computer Labs: If you need any further course-related assistance, there are lots of laboratories at JNU where you may access online resources.
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JNU Hostel Details

Hostel Type Number of Hostels Intake Capacity Student Residing
Boys 8 2293 2293
Girls 5 1965 1965
Others 5 1386 1386
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JNU Alumni

There are some notable JNU alumni holding reputed positions in different sectors like academics, politics, business, etc. Some of them are:

Jawaharlal Nehru University Notable Alumni

NameDetails
Nirmala SitharamFinance Minister of India since 2019
Abhijit BanerjeeNobel laureate and Ford Foundation Professor at MIT
Subrahmanyam Jaishankar Indian diplomat serving as the Minister of External Affairs of the Government of India since 2019
Prakash KaratAn Indian communist politician who was the General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) from 2005 to 2015.
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JNU Awards, Recognition, Accreditations, and Collaborations

Being a premier institute of higher education excelling in different fields, Jawaharlal Nehru University has been awarded and accreditated by various top organisations. JNU has also signed MoUs with around 71 universities all around the world for academic cooperation and exchange initiatives. The university hosts a large number of conferences, workshops, and seminars. In the year 2017-2018, the University collaborated in 1544 National Conferences/ Seminars and 415 International Seminars and conferences.

Jawaharlal University Awards

  • JNU Delhi has been provided with the 'University of Excellence' status by the University Grants Commission (UGC).
  • The President of India awarded the University the "Best University" award in 2017.
  • The European Commission has awarded the University with the "Centre of Excellence" for European Union Studies in India (CEEUSI). This award is one of the highest international recognition for an Indian University for any European Studies program.
  • Prof. Saumitra Mukherjee, SES of Jawaharlal Nehru University, has been conferred with the "New Code of Education" 2022.
  • Prof. A.P. Dimri, SES, received the "2022 Grove Karl Gilbert Award for Excellence in Geomorphological Research."
  • Prof. Mukesh Jain, SC&IS, has been awarded the Haryana Vigyan Ratna Award.
  • Dr. B.S. Balaji, SBT, at JNU Delhi, is honored with the "Association of Chemistry Teachers - Prof P R Singh Award" for his Outstanding Contribution to Chemistry Education in 2021
  • Prof. Dinesh Mohan, SES name has been included in the Highly Cited Researchers list for the Eight consecutive years by 'Clarivate Analytics.' 
  • Dr. Papia Sengupta, CPS, SSS at JNU University, has been honored with the Solidarity Award 2021 by the International Association Applied Linguistics (AILA), Netherlands.
  • Prof. Ummu Salma Bava, Professor CES/ SIS of Jawaharlal Nehru University, has been awarded prize money in the global call.
  • Prof. Babu Thaliath, CGS, SLL&CS, 2021, was nominated as Senior Fellow at the University of Konstanz.
  • Prof. Sadhana Naithani, CGS/ SLL&CS, has been selected for the lifetime Fellowship of the American Folklore Society.
  • Prof. Minati Panda, ZHCES, was awarded a Fellow for Life Time of the NOAP (National Academy of Psychology).
  • Prof. Dinesh Mohan, SES of University, has been elected fellow for a lifetime of FNAAS (National Academy of Agricultural Sciences)
  • Dr. Ramesh C. Gaur, Jawaharlal Nehru University Librarian, has received the Award for Professional Excellence-2013 by Indian Library Leaders: by Satija Research Foundation for Library and Information Science (SRFLIS), India.

Jawaharlal Nehru University Collaboration

JNU Delhi has not only established itself as a leading institution in the country but also known for collaboration with more than 50 international universities through Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs). The university has MOUs with various universities from other countries, including the UK, Korea, Canada, USA, Japan, Germany, France, etc. Some of them include:

  • Dongguk University, Korea
  • University of Illinois, USA
  • The University of Waterloo, Canada
  • Universitat Kassel, Germany
  • University of Zurich, Switzerland
  • Renmin University of China, Beijing, China
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JNU Departments and Schools

JNU offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programmes through a number of departments, including arts, science, commerce, engineering and management. 20 schools and centres make up the academic departments of JNU Delhi. Each school and centre is included in the table below:

Jawaharlal Nehru University Centres and Schools

School of Computer and Systems SciencesSchool of Arts & AestheticsSchool of Language Literature and Culture StudiesSchool of Environmental Sciences
School of Social SciencesSchool of Sanskrit and Indic StudiesSchool of Computational and Integrative SciencesSchool of Life Sciences
Centre for the Study of Law and GovernanceSchool of BiotechnologySchool of International StudiesSpecial Centre for Nanoscience
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Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University overall review
By Pandi Veera Swamy
Feb 27, 2024 9:44:54
4.5

Overall: this is great place to learn all necessary skills in the terms of technology and other. The top recruiting companies like Infosys, wipro etc. visit our college for statement placement.

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Institution for purely academics
By Ankush
Feb 20, 2024 10:54:30
4.5

Overall: JNU is an acclaimed academic institute. The experience in university is above average. All the faculty members in our school are highly educated and well-known historians.

Placement: There is no placement cell active in the university campus. Alumnus of University did not found any difficulty to get a job in outside world. As the JNU got no.1 ranking as research institute.

Infrastructure: Jawaharlal Nehru University provided good infrastructure facilities. Classrooms are well furnished. Mics and screens are working in the centre. There is ample space and opportunities for students.

Faculty: Jawaharlal Nehru University always held a distinguished faculty. All the schools have well known professors. The university is very lucky to have so much personified professors.

Hostel: University hostels are not upto the mark. Students faced difficulties in living also. The hostels have no recent adding of infrastructure. Mess is below expectation.

Infrastructure
4.5
Hostel
4.5
Faculty
5
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Jawaharlal Nehru University
By DHARMENDRA KUMAR MEENA
Feb 19, 2024 10:01:29
5

Overall: Established 22 April 1969; 54 years ago Accreditation NAAC Academic affiliations McDonnell International Scholars Academy Budget ₹200 crore (US$25 million) Chancellor Kanwal Sibal Vice-Chancellor Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit Visitor President of India Academic staff 631 (2021) Students 8,847 (2021) Undergraduates 1,117 (2021) Postgraduates 3,498 (2021) Doctoral students 4,232 (2021) Location Delhi,India Campus Urban, total 1,019 acres (4.12 km) Website www.jnu.ac.in

Placement: JNU: Retrospect and Prospect, New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University, 1986 Reddy, G. Ram (1995), Higher Education in India: Conformity, Crisis and Innovation, New Delhi: Sterling Publishers K. B. Powar; S. K. Panda, eds. (1995), Higher Education in India: In search of quality, New Delhi: Association of Indian Universities Gore, M. S. (1994), Indian Education: Structure and Process, Jaipur: Rawat Ghose, Subhash Chandra (1993), Academics and Politics, New Delhi: Northern Book Centre

Infrastructure: Jawaharlal Nehru University was established in 1969 by an act of parliament.[6] It was named after Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first Prime Minister. G. Parthasarathy was the first vice-chancellor.[7] Prof. Moonis Raza was the Founder Chairman and Rector.[8][9] The bill for the establishment of Jawaharlal Nehru University was placed in the Rajya Sabha on 1 September 1965 by the then-Minister of Education, M. C. Chagla. During the discussion that followed, Bhushan Gupta, member of parliament, voiced the opinion that this should not be yet another university. New faculties should be created, including scientific socialism, and one thing that this university should ensure was to keep noble ideas in mind and provide accessibility to students from weaker sections of society. The JNU Bill was passed in Lok Sabha on 16 November 1966 and the JNU Act came into force on 22 April 1969 The Indian School of International Studies was merged with the Jawaharlal Nehru University in June 1970. Following the merger, the prefix "Indian" was dropped from the name of the School and it became the School of International Studies of the Jawaharlal Nehru University

Faculty: The university's alumni include 2019 Nobel Laureate for Economics Prof. Abhijit Banerjee, former Prime Minister of Libya Ali Zeidan and former Prime Minister of Nepal Baburam Bhattarai, as well as several politicians, diplomats, artists, academics, and scientists

Hostel: Students of the university, however, denied their involvement and termed it an act by some miscreants to discredit the JNU Students Union movement against the varsity administration against fee hike and hostel manual. A group of students later wiped off the slogans painted near the statue

Infrastructure
5
Hostel
5
Faculty
5
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"Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU): Favor Academic Excellence and Societal Engagement"
By Vishal Yadav
Feb 12, 2024 1:15:43
4.5

Overall: JNU stands as a signal fire of intellectual excellence and social activism in India. With its foundation rooted in the vision of promoting progressive education and instigate critical thinking, JNU has emerged as a distinguished institution on both national and international platforms.

Placement: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has emerged as a hub of academic excellence and intellectual inquiry, offering a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, including the Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) degree. Emergence of B.Tech Program: The introduction of the B.Tech program at JNU marks a significant milestone in the university's academic landscape, catering to the growing demand for engineering education with a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary learning. Placement Opportunities: JNU's B.Tech graduates have access to a diverse range of placement opportunities across sectors such as IT, software development, consulting, research, and government organizations. Industry Partnerships: JNU has forged strategic partnerships with industry leaders, research institutions, and government agencies to enhance its B.Tech placement opportunities. Career Support Services: JNU offers comprehensive career support services to B.Tech students, including career counseling, resume building workshops, mock interviews, and soft skills training programs. Challenges and Opportunities: While JNU's B.Tech program shows promise, challenges such as limited infrastructure, faculty resources, and industry exposure need to be addressed to further enhance placement outcomes. Overall, JNU's B.Tech program exemplifies the university's commitment to interdisciplinary education and holistic student development.

Infrastructure: While JNU's academic reputation is stellar, the university has faced challenges in maintaining its infrastructure and facilities. Issues such as inadequate accommodation, limited resources, and infrastructural decay have been areas of concern. However, efforts are underway to address these challenges and enhance the overall campus experience for students and faculty.

Faculty: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) boasts a diverse and esteemed faculty body that forms the backbone of its academic excellence and intellectual vibrancy. Spanning a wide array of disciplines, the faculties at JNU are renowned for their scholarly achievements, research contributions, and commitment to teaching and mentorship. Expertise and Scholarship: The faculties at JNU encompass a rich tapestry of expertise, ranging from the humanities and social sciences to science and technology. Commitment to Teaching and Mentorship: One of the hallmarks of JNU faculties is their unwavering dedication to teaching and mentorship. Faculty members prioritize student engagement, fostering critical thinking, and nurturing intellectual curiosity. Interdisciplinary Collaboration: JNU faculties embrace interdisciplinary collaboration, recognizing the interconnectedness of knowledge across disciplines. Challenges and Opportunities: While JNU faculties excel in many aspects, challenges such as limited resources, infrastructural constraints, and administrative hurdles pose obstacles to their full potential. Overall, JNU faculties embody excellence, diversity, and a passion for knowledge creation and dissemination.

Hostel: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) hostels play a crucial role in fostering a vibrant and inclusive campus community, accommodating students from diverse backgrounds and facilitating academic and social interactions. While the hostel system faces certain challenges, particularly in the context of allotment timing, it remains an integral aspect of the JNU experience. The timing of hostel allotments in JNU has been a subject of contention and debate. Delays in the allotment process, especially during peak admission seasons, have caused inconvenience and uncertainty for incoming students. While efforts have been made to streamline the allotment procedure and expedite the process, there is room for improvement in terms of efficiency and transparency.

Infrastructure
3.5
Hostel
4
Faculty
5
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School of engineering , Jnu , New Delhi
By Rajveer Bhichar
Feb 08, 2024 6:42:15
1.5

Overall: I took admission in SoE , Jnu New Delhi in the course of b.tech plus m.tech in stream of ECE. I assumed that collage was nice because JNU is the high rated University all over India but it is exact opposite to my assumption specialy in Engineering department . It is not for Engineering . You can do masters here but for bachlors it is not good at all.

Infrastructure: It has basic infrastructure but you don't get labs for engineering department so you have to go to other masters lab for you lab classes . And it all are not designed for a fresher student also ther is not proper machinery for ECE .

Faculty: As we know a person who is teaching in a Jnu like institute is well educated and well discovered by there subject but some teachers and not ready to give there best they are just doing time pass but some are giving there best.or more then seficiant.

Hostel: Pricing is too low of jnu hostals .like you have to pay may be 200 rs. for per month rant. And you have to pay 4500 rs. For on time payment . But mess was not that much good.

Infrastructure
1.5
Hostel
3.5
Faculty
3.5
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Related Questions

How to apply for jnu in b tec
-Muskan -Updated on July-04-20231 Answers
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mayank Uniyal, Student / Alumni

-Answered on July-04-2023

Dear Muskan, 

Through its School of Engineering, JNU offers a full-time BTech programme with two specialisations namely CSE and ECE. The programme persists for four years. The programme generally comprises a total of eight semesters of undergraduate coursework. JEE Main rank is required for admission to B.Tech programme at Jawaharlal Nehru University which is followed by JoSAA counselling. During the JoSAA Counselling, students who score over and above the JNU admission cut off are offered admissions subject to the availability of seats.  

Hope this helps! 

Feel free to reach out to us with any other questions.

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Piyush Dixit, Student / Alumni

-Answered on June-26-2023

Hello Manish

Congratulations on securing such good marks but you must note that anyone can take admission in JNU only on the basis of CUET result. Hence there is no other alternative to take admission to the campus. The CUET 2023 result is likely to be out in the first week of July hence you can take admission on the basis of that result. The last date to fill JNU application form 2023 is July 15, 2023

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Nikkee, Student / Alumni

-Answered on May-14-2023
2023 ke liye entrance exam ka form kab niklega
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Patrichia D, Student / Alumni

-Answered on Mar-15-2023

Dear Vani,

  • A stunning campus. The flora at JNU actually changes with the seasons. It's a great spot to be, especially in the spring. It makes you grateful to be alive.
  • There will be no ragging. As far as I am aware, every senior and professor is helpful. There is no tolerance for ragging.
  • You may listen to the knowledgeable and renowned for free: I got the opportunity to hear DALAI LAMA speak, and he is all he is known for and more.
  • There are no safety concerns. Everyone admires your uniqueness.
  • The political situation. Whether you like it or not, you will become more politically conscious, read more in order to comprehend, and so dispute.
  • A library that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All items are well-stocked and easily accessible.
  • JNU fees :  In a year, I pay around 600 Rupees in tuition costs.
  • There's no need to keep up appearances. You want to come to class in your PJs? Go ahead. You can do it without being frowned upon.
  • The instructors who are down to earth. You can dispute with them on a wide range of issues, and discuss if necessary. You can approach them with any issue.
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Patrichia D, Student / Alumni

-Answered on Mar-15-2023

Dear Ankita,

If you're thinking about pursuing a career in academic research, JNU is a wonderful place to start. The central library is a tremendous asset to the institution. Jawaharlal Nehru University is a public central university that provides undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programmes in a variety of fields. JNU is well-known for its postgraduate and doctoral programmes in fields such as research, arts, biotechnology, and international studies. The institution is regarded among the best in India and has been designated as a 'University of Excellence' by the University Grants Commission (UGC). It is also NAAC certified with a 'A' rating.

Students at the School of Environmental Sciences are provided with contemporary infra and handy facilities that make their lives 'go smooth' during college hours while also making learning more engaging. Some of the amenities include well-ventilated classrooms, recreational areas, a hostel for boys and girls, indoor and outdoor activities, a well-stocked library, continuous internet access, medical facilities, and so on.  Jawaharlal Nehru University's 1019-acre campus includes everything a student needs for comprehensive growth. The campus lies in Mehrauli, in the centre of Delhi's capital city. The University is committed to providing students with the greatest learning environment and the most modern infrastructure for professional development. The JNU Delhi campus is home to more than 20 schools and special centres, classroom complexes, student, professor, and residential staff quarters, a 24-hour healthcare facility, and an administration block. Furthermore, the campus has a sports field for indoor and outdoor games, a gym, an ATM, a library, a mess, and retail facilities. JNU facilities and services satisfy students.

FAQs about JNU

What are the JoSAA counselling 2022 dates?

The JoSAA counselling 2022 round 1 results were released on September 23, 2022. The JoSAA Counselling round 2 results will be declared on September 28, 2022, followed by Round 3 on October 3, and, Round 4 on October 8, 2022 on josaa.nic.in. 

 

Do candidates need to submit the application fee payment confirmation page to JNU?

No, the Candidates are not required to submit the application fee payment confirmation Page (or any Document) to JNU. However, students are advised to retain the following documents in hard copy with them for any future Reference/ correspondence:

  • Copy of the confirmation page of the Online Application Form (at least 3 copies)
  • Fee receipt ( at least 3 Copies)
  • Photographs (same as uploaded during registration)

 

Is there a negative marking in the entrance exam JNUEE?

No, there is no negative marking provision in the entrance exam for Jawaharlal Nehru University.

Are candidates allowed to change the exam city center after releasing of Admit Card for the JNU Entrance exam?

No, candidates are not allowed to change their test city once Admit card has been released. While applying for the test, candidates are given any four cities to select. The efforts will be made to allot the city of examination to the candidates in order of the choice opted by them in their application form. So, they are suggested to select their preferred choices carefully. 

 

What is the JNU admission portal?

The JNU admission 2022 portal can be accessed at www.jnu.ac.in. The details regarding the UG and PG admissions along with counselling schedules will be notified on this portal.

 

Is the CUET UG Result released?

Yes, the CUET UG Result 2022 was released on September 16, 2022, by the NTA. The results were released on the form of scorecards containing the percentile and normalised marks. The site to view the results is cuet.samarth.ac.in. 

 

What are the Jawaharlal Nehru University rankings?

The Jawaharlal Nehru University rankings were 2nd for the University Category and 10th for the Overall Category by the NIRF 2022.

What is the JNU entrance exam for postgraduate courses?

The CUET PG 2022 exam will be accepted by the university for its postgraduate and Advance Diploma of Proficiency (ADOP) admissions.

How to check the CUET PG 2022 result?

To check the CUET PG Result 2022, students must visit the site cuet.nta.nic.in or ntaresults.nic.in. Click on the CUET PG Result tab and enter login details like the application number/roll number and date of birth. The results will be available. 

 

How to pay JNU application fee?

The JNU application fee can be paid using any gateway from SBI/CANARA/ Paytm Payment through Debit Card / Credit Card / Net Banking / UPI. Candidates are advised to keep the receipt of the fee paid as proof for further reference. If Confirmation Page is not generated after successfully completing of payment of the fee, then the transaction is canceled, and the deducted amount is refunded to the candidate's account. Then candidates have to make transactions again. 

 

What is JNU full form?

JNU stands for Jawaharlal Nehru University. The university is a prestigious public major research institution known for its research and academic courses. 

 

CUET PG 2022 exam was conducted in which mode?

The CUET PG exam was held in the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode only. The exam was held from September 1 to September 12, 2022. 

 

What is the site for JNU login?

JNU students can use the login portal on the site jnu.ac.in. using their details like username and password. 

 

What are the dates for JNU admission 2023?

The JNU admission for 2023 will be based on the CUET UG 2023 exam for the UG courses. The CUET exam for UG courses will be conducted by the NTA from May 21, 2023, to May 31, 2023. For PG admission, the university will also accept the CUET PG 2023 exam which will be held from June 1, 2023, to June 10, 2023.

Is JNU PhD good?

The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is popular for its PhD course which is offered in many specialisations. The university is among the first choice of candidates aspiring to pursue PhD in streams like arts, sciences, foreign languages, international studies, etc.

What is the JNU Delhi address?

The address of JNU Delhi is New Mehrauli Road, JNU Ring Rd, New Delhi, 110067.

What is the JNU Delhi contact number?

The contact number of the Jawaharlal Nehru University is 011-26704090.

What is the JNU official website?

The official website of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Delhi is jnu.ac.in. Candidates can get all information regarding admissions on this official website of the university.

Can a candidate get admission to JNU programs without an entrance exam prescribed by the University?

A candidate can get admission to JNU programs without an entrance exam prescribed by the University in the situation if he has secured at least 55% marks in their last qualifying exam and has qualified for a national level entrance exam. The selection of such candidates is made on the basis of the candidate's performance in the viva voce examination only, and no entrance examination such as JNUEE or CUET is needed as prescribed by the University.

 

Is JNU a suitable university for specially-abled candidates?

Yes, Jawaharlal Nehru University provides disabled students with access to all courses and facilities offered by it. Moreover, it has a special counseling center for candidates with special needs and also prepares them in every possible way for placement andemployment opportunities. 

 

How many levels of study are available there at the Centre for East Asian Studies in JNU Delhi!?

There are two levels of study at the Centre for East Asian Studies at JNU Delhi:

I. M.Phil. for a duration of two years, one year of coursework and one of dissertation submission.

II. Ph.D. For full-time 4 years duration and can be extended by one more year with regard to the 9B clause.

 

What are the selection criteria at Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi?

The admission selection process of JNU Delhi is completely merit-based. Candidates are selected on the basis of their scores and ranks they obtained in the particular entrance exam for respective courses, followed by Viva-voce.

What are the exams basis which one can take admission in Jawaharlal Nehru University?

Jawaharlal Nehru University grants admission basis CUET score for admission in undergraduate courses and JNUEE for admission to PG courses. 

 

How to register for various courses in JNU Delhi admission?

After getting the enrollment number, applicants will get a message on their registered mobile number and e-mail id for the course registration process. For the course registration at JNU Delhi, candidates can download a prospectus from the concerned school/center. Follow the guidelines /steps given for course registration in the brochure. For any other inquiries regarding registration, please contact the concerned school/center.

 

How many books can be borrowed from the Jawaharlal Nehru University Library?

The number of books that can be borrowed from the Jawaharlal Nehru University Library varies with the level of course study a student is pursuing from the University. Check your eligibility here.

  • M.Phil/ Ph.D Students – 6
  • Special Members -2
  • Master's Students - 4
  • Undergraduate Students - 2
  • Part-time Students -2
  • Staff Members – 2
  • Faculty members/ Officers - 12
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