JNUEE Exam Syllabus 2023: Download Stream-wise Syllabus

Updated By Kamayani Meghawal on 20 Nov, 2023 23:59

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JNUEE Syllabus 2023

JNUEE PhD syllabus 2023 play a vital in exam preparation. NTA releases the JNUEE syllabus 2023. Applicants must know the JNUEE 2023 syllabus in order to appear for the examination. Applicants who will be appearing in the JNUEE exam 2023 will have to prepare to keep some noteworthy things in mind which are the syllabus, important books, and exam pattern of JNUEE 2023. JNUEE syllabus 2023 will help the students to score good marks in the exam. Jawaharlal Nehru University has specified the JNUEE 2023 syllabus which would help the applicants to prepare well and score in a better way. 

JNUEE 2023 provides admission to PhD programmes hence candidates must check the JNUEE exam syllabus 2023 in order to get through the entrance exam and get admission in the course of their choice. Without the full-fledged knowledge of the JNUEE 2023 syllabus, it becomes impossible to strategize and crack the exam for JNU admission 2023. On this page, you can find the JNUEE syllabus 2023 for various PhD programmes. 

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FAQs about JNUEE Syllabus

How can I prepare for the JNUEE syllabus?

The best way to prepare for the JNUEE syllabus is to create and stick to a study plan. The study plan should include time for reviewing the syllabus, practising with the previous year's question papers, and taking mock exams.

What are the most important topics to study for the JNUEE syllabus?

The most important topics to study for the JNUEE syllabus are the topics that are most commonly covered in the exam. These topics can be identified by looking at the previous year's question papers.

Is the JNUEE syllabus different for different courses?

Yes, the JNUEE syllabus is different for different courses. The specific syllabus for each course can be found on the JNU website.

Where can I find the detailed JNUEE syllabus?

The detailed JNUEE syllabus can be found on the official website of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).

What subjects are covered in the JNUEE syllabus?

The JNUEE syllabus covers a wide range of subjects, including:

  1. Mathematics
  2. General Science
  3. English
  4. Current Affairs
  5. History of India
  6. General Aptitude

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Is it possible to pursue MA in English without having the subject in graduation?

-Nikita singhUpdated on September 01, 2023 11:34 AM
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Abhik Das, Student / Alumni

Dear student, the MA English aspirants must have studied English as one of the compulsory subjects at the graduation level or must have a bachelor’s degree in English (or an allied discipline) to be eligible for admission. Some institutions accept an entrance exam score while some others accept the previous qualifying exam score of the applicants for admission purpose. In short, if you have not studied English at the ug level or do not have a bachelor’s degree in English or a relevant discipline, you cannot apply for MA English admission in any reputed university/institution offering the programme.


What is JNUEE 2023 for PhD admissions and what is the date for conducting the exam?

-Ankita JhaUpdated on August 25, 2023 05:04 PM
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Ankita Jha, Student / Alumni

JNUEE 2023 refers to the Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Examination conducted in 2023 for admission to PhD programs offered by Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). The date for JNUEE 2023 will be notified soon.


Can I apply for JNUEE 2021 with an overall aggregate score of 50.55% in BA Economics?

-AnonymousUpdated on August 08, 2021 05:56 AM
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Abhik Das, Student / Alumni

Dear student, through JNUEE 2021, you can apply for admission in MA Economics (with specialization in World Economy) at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). The detailed eligibility criteria have been discussed below - 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Economics with Mathematics as a subsidiary subject and overall aggregate of 50%

  • Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with Economics as a subsidiary subject and overall aggregate of 50%

  • Bachelor’s degree in Statistics with Mathematics and Economics as subsidiary subjects and overall aggregate of 50%

Candidates with any Bachelor’s degree where they have studied Mathematics and Economics as compulsory subjects with a minimum aggregate of …


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