JNUEE 2018 – JNU Entrance Exam Application Form 2018 – JNU Admission 2018-19

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JNUEE 2018

JNUEE 2018 – JNU Entrance Exam Application Form 2018 – JNU Admission 2018-19: Jawaharlal Nehru University has released the notification for the take admission into University for Various Postgraduate courses through JNUEE 2018 Application Form.

JNUEE NEWS & EVENTS

Candidates can fill the JNUEE 2018 application form Online or Offline mode. The online application will start on March and ends on March 2018. For JNUEE application form 2018 visit official website admissions.jnu.ac.in. All Eligible and Interested Candidates can apply for the JNU 2018-2019 Admission from provided link given below here.

Category Details
Name of Organisation Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)
Official Website Click Here
Name of the Examination Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Exam (JNUEE 2018)
Course Offered Postgraduate
Year JNU Admission 2018-19
Type University

JNU Admission 2018-19 for Postgraduate Courses

Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Exam is JNUEE. It is the entrance exam conducted by JNU University. JNU is one most prestigious University in India. Various College affiliated by JNU university and any one take admission into these colleges if it will qualify in JNUEE 2018. It is offering 1035 seats in 34 post graduation courses. The exam will be conducted in 51 cities of India. It is offering many courses like politics, economics, physics, Sanskrit and many foreign languages courses like Arabic, Chinese, and Japanese.

JNUEE 2018 Courses offered
  • MA in politics
  • MA in Economics
  • MA in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Hindi, Korean, Persian
  • MA in geography, history
  • Msc in physics
  • MA in arts and aesthetics
  • Integrated Msc and Phd
  • B.A honors in particular subject

Seats in JNUEE 2018: The number of seats in each course has also been announced by JNU and is as below:

  • M.Phil / Ph.D Course – 381 Seats
  • Only Ph.D – 339 Seats
  • M.A / M.Sc. / M.Tech / M.P.H Course – 118 Seats
  • B.A. Course – 459 Seats
  • Part-Time Courses – 240 Seats

JNUEE eligibility

Educational qualification:  for post graduation, Graduation in relevant discipline with minimum 45% marks from recognized university and for graduation 10+2 educational qualification is sufficient

Application fee:

For post graduation courses Rs 220 for general candidates, Rs 130 for OBC candidates and RS 110 for SC candidates.

For graduation courses Rs 430 for general candidates, Rs 250 for OBC candidates and Rs 215 for SC/ST candidates

Latest Important Links:

Important Dates:

The candidates can check the important dates for JNUEE 2018 from below. More dates will be announced in due course of time and it shall be updated in the table below.

Events Important Dates
Application form available in online mode 15 Sep 2017 (at 10:00 am)
Last date to Registration for online 13 Oct 2017
17 Oct 2017 (5:30 PM)
Application Form Correction Window 25 and 26 Oct 2017
JNUEE 2018 will be held on 27, 28, 29 and 30 Dec 2017
Deceleration of Result for For B.A.(Hons.), 2 nd Year,
M.Sc.in SCMM & SCIS, – 21st February, 2018 (Tentative) M.A. (Foreign Language) M.Phil/Ph.D., Ph.D., PGDE, M.Tech, MPH, COP & ADOP (Mass Media)
21 Feb 2018
Viva-Voce for the selected candidates will be held on 20 Mar 2018
Merit list for the courses in which Viva Voce is not applicable:
B.A.(Hons.) 1st year, M.C.A., M.A. (except Foreign Languages) and M.Sc. (except M.Sc. SCMM & SCIS) will be released on
25 Mar 2018
Merit list for the courses in which Viva Voce is applicable:
B.A.(Hons.) 2 nd year, M.A. (Foreign languages), M.Sc. in SCMM & SCIS, Ph.D, M.Phil/Ph.D., M.Tech, MPH, COP, DOP & ADOP (Mass Media), PGDE
15 Apr 2018
Registration for admission in following courses:
For B.A. (Hons.) 1st Year, B.A. (Hons.) 2nd year & Part time, COP, DOP & ADOP (Mass Media)
23 and 24 Jul 2018
Registration for admission in following courses:
M.A./M.Sc./M.C.A.
25 and 26 Jul 2018
Registration for admission in following courses:
M.Phil./Ph.D, Ph.D., M.Tech., MPH, PGDE
27 and 28 Jul 2018
The deadline for the payment of fee is 28 Jul 2018
The waitlist candidates will be able to register on 30 to 31 Jul 2018
Deadline for Admission/Registration 14 Aug 2018
Important Links:
Category Link
JNUEE 2018 Information Brochure Click Here
Prospectus Click Here
Payment Method Click here
Application Procedure Click Here
Check List Click Here
Fee Structure Click Here
FAQ Click Here
Download JNUEE 2018 Admit Card Click Here
Key Dates Click here
Official Website Click Here

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JNUEE 2018 Exam Schedule

Schedule of JNUEE 2018

Date Schedule of All India Entrance Examination for Admission to M.A./M.SC./MCA AND  INTEGRATED M.SC-PH-D. Programme Of Study

Abbreviations:

SAA : School of Arts & Aesthetics.
SC&SS : School of Computer & Systems Sciences
SES : School of Environmental Sciences.
SIS : School of International Studies.
SL : School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies
SLS : School of Life Sciences.
SPS : School of Physical Sciences.
SSS : School of Social Sciences
CSS : Centre for Sanskrit Studies.
CSIS : School of Computational and Integrative Sciences.
CMM : Centre for Molecular Medicine.

JNUEE 2018 Exam Centers

JNUEE 2018 will be conducted across 53 test centres in India and one overseas centre at Kathmandu. View list of JNUEE 2018 test centres below:

Test Centre Centre Code Test Centre Centre Code
Agartala 3501 Jodhpur 3106
Ahmedabad 1601 Katihar 1307
Aizawl 2701 Kolkata 3800
Allahabad 3611 Lucknow 3600
Amritsar 3001 Mumbai 2401
Bangalore 2101 Madurai 3303
Bareilly 3616 Nagpur 2402
Bhubaneshwar 2901 Pant Nagar 3702
Calicut 2201 Patna 1300
Chandigarh 3901 Pondicherry 3304
Coimbatore 3302 Pune 2403
Dehradun 3701 Raipur 1401
Delhi 1500 Ranchi 2001
Dimapur 2801 Sambalpur 2902
 Chennai  3310 Sagar 2302
Gangtok 3201 Shillong 2601
Gaya 1306 Secundrabad 3402
Ghaziabad 3617 Shimla 1801
Gwalior 2301 Silchar 1202
Guwahati 1201 Siliguri 3806
Goa 3902 Srinagar 1902
Gorakhpur 3618 Thiruvananthapuram 2202
Hyderabad 3401 Udaipur 3107
Imphal 2501 Varanasi 3606
Itanagar 1101 Vijayawada 1001
Jaipur 3100 Visakhapatnam 1002
Jammu 1901 Kathmandu (Overseas Centre) 5000

Check application status of JNUEE Application Form

No written acknowledgement will be issued for the receipt of the application. However, the candidate can verify application status on JNU website after a fortnight of submission. If you see any discrepancy, call JNU admissions on the helpline number (8010-855-855.).

Corrections in JNUEE application form

  • Name correction,
  • Date of birth correction,
  • State and City correction,
  • E-mail id correction,
  • Mobile number correction,
  • Address correction.

All the corrections can be done by the candidate himself/herself before paying the fees through edit option available in the form itself but after the fee payment candidate has to call to our call center department and candidate can also log a request or complaint for the same through or support center so we can help you to move to the right direction. For that please follow the address: http://support.jnuonline.in/.

  • Correction of subject in the form.
  • Student filled the wrong subject in academic detail.

Subject corrections can be done by the candidate himself/herself before paying the fees through edit option available in the fom itself but after the fee payment candidate has to call to our call center department and you can also request for the changes as well as you can log a request and complaint for the same through or support center so we can help you to move to the right direction. For that please follow the below address:: http://support.jnuonline.in/.

JNUEE 2018 Pattern

JNUEE 2018 exam pattern is such that the test is typically for three hours duration. The test paper can be subjective or objective depending on the course for which aspirants have applied for admission. View JNUEE exam pattern for Humanities and Social Sciences course in the table mentioned below:

Course JNUEE Exam Pattern JNU Entrance Exam Details
Politics (with specialization in International Studies)- PISM Subjective questions The written test is intended to evaluate the knowledge of candidates in Political Science, History and Economics and their general awareness of world affairs. The test is based on essay-type questions
International Relations and Area Studies – IRAM Subjective questions The written test is intended to evaluate the knowledge of candidates in Political Science, History and Economics and their general awareness of world affairs. The test is based on essay-type questions
Economics (with specialization in World Economy) – EILM Objective questions The written test is intended to evaluate the knowledge of the candidates in micro-economics, macroeconomics, mathematics and statistics, International trade and some related disciplines, such as public economics and economic development. The question paper will contain multiple choice questions with negative marks for wrong answers (total 100 marks) and grading will be computerized.
COP Mongolian- MONC Subjective questions Candidates seeking admission to Certificate of Proficiency (PartTime) Programmes of Study in the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies shall be examined on the basis of general aptitude test. The questions shall be within the broad spectrum of General Knowledge, General English.
COP-Bhasha Indonesia-  BHAC Subjective questions
Urdu-URDC Subjective questions
Certificate of Proficiency in Pashto- PUSC Subjective questions
DOP- Bhasha Indonesia- BHAD No Entrance Exam, only Viva-voce.
Persian-PERU Objective questions Candidates shall be examined on the basis of their General Language and Aptitude Test. Questions will be asked from General Knowledge, General English and Elementary Knowledge on the culture and civilisation of the languages/country concerned and aptitude for language skills.

The School has changed the pattern of the BA (Hons) 1st year Entrance Examination. The Entrance Examinations for BA (Hons) 1stYear in Foreign Languages will be grouped according to the following clusters:

Cluster 1: French, German, Spanish, Russian

Cluster 2: Japanese, Korean, Chinese Cluster 3: Persian, Arabic, Pashto

Candidates may opt for three Languages from two clusters only.

Pushto-PUSU Objective questions
Arabic-ARBU Objective questions
Japanese-JAPU Objective questions
Korean-KORU Objective questions
Chinese-CHNU Objective questions
French- FRNU Objective questions
German-GERU Objective questions
Russian-RSNU Objective questions
Spanish-SPNU Objective questions
Persian-PERS Subjective questions Question paper for JNU entrance examination will be set in respective foreign language and answers are to be given in that foreign language only. Adequate proficiency is required in spoken and written language concerned. Knowledge of basic and applied grammar besides some competence for simple translation from the language concerned into English and vice versa and familiarity with the culture and civilization of the country concerned are also required.
Pushto-PUSS Subjective questions
Arabic-ARBS Subjective questions
Japanese-JAPS Subjective questions
Korean-KORS Subjective questions
Chinese-CHNS Subjective questions
French- FRNS Subjective questions
German-GERS Subjective questions
Russian-RSNS Subjective questions
Spanish-SPNS Subjective questions
Persian-PERM Subjective questions Questions in JNUEE would be asked from the below mentioned topics:

  1. Grammar
  2. Translation from Persian into English & vice- versa (Newspaper standard)
  3. Outline of Persian Literature
  4. Short essay in Persian
Arabic-ARBM Subjective questions Questions in JNUEE would be asked from the below mentioned topics:

  1. Grammar
  2. Translation from Arabic into English & vice-versa (Newspaper standard)
  3. Outline of Arabic Literature
  4. Short essay in Arabic
Japanese-JAPM Subjective questions Questions in JNUEE would be asked from the below mentioned topics:

  1. Grammar
  2. Short essay on topic of general interest
  3. Joyo Kanji
  4. Translation of passages from Japanese into English & vice-versa (Newspaper standard)
  5. Japanese Society, Culture and Literature
Korean-KORM Subjective questions Questions in JNUEE would be asked from the below mentioned topics:

  1. Grammar
  2. Short essay on topic of general interest
  3. Hanja
  4. Translation of passages from Korean into English & vice-versa (Newspaper standard)
  5. History Society, Culture and Literature of Korea
Chinese-CHNM Subjective questions Questions in JNUEE would be asked from the below mentioned topics:

  1. Grammar
  2. Short essay on topics of general interest
  3. Chinese characters
  4. Translation of passages from Chinese into English & vice-versa (Newspaper standard)
  5. History and Culture of China
French-FRNM Subjective questions Questions in JNUEE would be asked from the below mentioned topics:

  1. French Literature
  2. Translation and Interpretation; Ability to translate and interpret general texts from English into French and vice-versa respecting the structure and the idioms of the two languages
  3. French Civilization: familiarity with the general framework of French History, Geography and Institutions of France
German Literature-GRLM Subjective questions Candidates seeking admission to the MA programme are expected to possess knowledge of German language equivalent to C II and knowledge of culture and civilization of German speaking countries, history of German literature of BA (Hons) level as well as ability to linguistically analyse and translate general texts from German into English and vice-versa. There will be one paper and two options for three M.A. programme offered by the Centre viz.

  1. Literature and
  2. MA (Translation, Translation & interpretation)
German Translation-GRTM Subjective questions
Hindi-HNDM Subjective questions Candidates will be examined for their knowledge of main literary trends, authors and texts of respective literatures and for their ability to do critical appreciation of a given text.
Urdu-URDM Subjective questions
Russian-RSNM Subjective questions Candidates are expected to be proficient in written and oral expression of Russian Language, basic knowledge of Soviet and Russian Literature, phonetics and translation.
Spanish-SPNM Subjective questions The candidates are expected to have a fair degree of proficiency in the written and oral expression of the language. The candidates will also be expected to be familiar with the history of Spanish and Latin American literature, as also of the history, culture and civilization of the Spanish speaking countries.
Linguistics-LINM Subjective questions Candidates may be examined in: Language aptitude and awareness, current language situation in India, information about Indian and World languages, principles and theories of language structure and its acquisition/learning; language use.
English -ENGM Subjective questions Candidates will be examined in English Literature, Literature in India and other Third World Countries, English in India, Literary and Cultural Theories, and Practical Criticism of given literary pieces. The objective of the test is to select those who demonstrate not just in -depth knowledge of literature and culture, but literary sensibility and a capacity for original thinking.
Economics- ECOM Both Subjective & Objective questions.

Marks obtained in Section – A will be used for shortlisting candidate for whom answers for Section – B will be evaluated.

Final selection will be on the basis of total marks obtained in Section – A and Section – B.

Applicants will be tested for their analytical abilities and awareness of national and international economic issues of importance at present and in the recent past. Candidates are expected to be familiar with the content of a standard Economics course taught at the BA level. Especially for the benefit of applicants without an undergraduate degree in Economics, an enumeration of the areas to be covered is given below:

(a)(i) Micro-economics (Demand Curves, Price and Income Elasticity of Demand, Cost Curves, Equilibrium of Firm under Perfect Competition and Monopoly)

(ii) Macro-Economics (National Income Theory of Income Determination, Monetary Policy, Trade and Balance of Payments)

(b) Descriptive Statistics (Mean, Median and Mode, Standard Deviation, Correlation Coefficient), Elementary Probability Theory, Mathematics for Economists (Elementary Algebra, Coordinate Geometry and Elementary Calculus)

(c) Problems of Economic History, Under-development and Growth:

(i) India’s Economic Development prior to Independence: India’s Planning and Development experience since Independence; Basic indicators of Development.

(ii) International Economics Issues of Contemporary Relevance.

The entrance exam for MA will comprise of two parts: Part A will have multiple choice questions and Part B will have short and long problems/questions. Marks obtained in Part A will be used for shortlisting candidates for whom answers for Part B will be evaluated. Final selection will be on the basis of total marks obtained in Part A and Part B.

Modern History- MODM Subjective questions Candidates seeking admission to the MA programme in the Centre for Historical Studies will be required to have a broad knowledge of history either directly on the basis of courses taken at under-graduate level in History or indirectly through the historical understanding of discipline in the Social Sciences or Humanities. Questions in the Entrance Examination will relate to the above and candidates will have choice of discipline and chronology.

The CHS proposed to change the pattern of its MA entrance examination from 2011. The question paper worth a total of 100 marks will be divided into three sections. Students will be required to answer questions from all sections. Section 1 will carry 30 marks. It will have one comprehension passage in English and candidates will be required to answer six questions based on the given passage. Section 2 will carry 20 marks. It will have 5 questions covering broad areas of the social sciences and other topical issues of current concern. Candidates will be required to answer 1 question from this section. Section 3 will carry 50 marks. It will have 12 questions covering specific periods/areas of history and candidates will be required to attempt 2 questions from this section.

Medieval History- MEDM Subjective questions
Ancient History- ANCM Subjective questions
Political Science- POLM Subjective questions Candidates are expected to be familiar with the content of a standard B.A. course in Political Science. Applications will be tested from areas given below:

  1. Western Political Thought
  2. Indian Government and Politics
  3. Political Thought in Modern India
  4. International Relations
  5. Public Policies in India
  6. Comparative Government and Politics
Geography- GEOM Both Subjective and Objective Questions The MA admission test will carry a total of 100 marks with the unit wise marks assigned and coverage of topics as indicated below.

Unit I will have only multiple choice questions to be answered on OMR sheet.

Unit I (60 marks)

Multiple Choice Questions on:

1. Geomorphology, climatology, oceanography and biogeography.

2. Human geography, economic geography, political geography, Population geography, human ecology and human settlements.

3. Regional geography of India- physiographic divisions, patterns and levels of development of Both agriculture and industries, growth of population, urbanization, and socio-cultural diversity.

4. Geographical information System, Remote Sensing, Cartography, Quantitative Techniques/Statistics.

Unit II (20 marks)

Short Questions on:

Physical, human, regional geography and geography of India and Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical Information System (GIS).

Unit III (10 marks)

Question/questions on: Cartography – scale and map projections, topographical maps of India, Methods of data representation

Unit IV (10 marks)

Question/questions on: Statistical Methods – frequency distribution, measures of central tendency and dispersion, Correlation.

Sociology- SOCM Subjective questions Questions will be asked from topics like:

  1. The Classical Heritage: Weber, Marx, Durkheim, Pareto
  2. Concepts and theories in Sociology
  3. Methods of Sociological enquiry
  4. Processes of social change and development with special reference to India.
Philosophy- SPHM Subjective questions The applicants for the MA programme will be examined in the themes and issues studied in a standard B.A. Philosophy course.

The MA admission test will carry a total of 100 marks and students will be tested from areas of history of philosophy, themes and issues in metaphysics, epistemology, logic, ethics, aesthetics and, social and political philosophy. The purpose of the test is to select such candidates who demonstrate philosophical aptitude, analytical skills and ability for original thinking.

Development and Labour Studies- DLSM Subjective questions The applicants for the MA programme will be examined in the light of their knowledge on themes and issues studied in a standard social science bachelor programme.

The purpose of entrance exam is to test the candidates’ general awareness on issues related to development and labour studies, their capacity to comprehend and reflect on academic articles, and their ability in analytical reasoning on the contemporary issues of informal sector.

The MA admission test will carry a total of 100 marks and students will be tested in the broad thematic areas of major social science disciplines: political economy, theories and contemporary history of development, development economics, sociological and political theories. The purpose of the test is to select candidates who demonstrate aptitude for analytical skills and ability for original thinking.

Pali- PALC Objective questions Candidates seeking admission to Certificate of Proficiency in Pali shall be examined on the basis of general aptitude test. The questions shall be objective type and shall be within the broad spectrum of General Knowledge and English Language.
Sanskrit Computational Linguistics – SCLC Objective questions Candidates seeking admission to Certificate of Proficiency in Sanskrit Computational Linguistics shall be examined on the basis of general aptitude test. The questions shall be objective type and shall be within the broad spectrum of General Knowledge and English Language.
Sanskrit- SANM Candidates will be asked short answer type questions. The paper would be of 100 marks and answers will have to be written in Sanskrit or in English or in any other scheduled Indian Language. There will not be multiple choice questions. There will be no negative marking. Test may cover the following areas: Sanskrit language and literature, Indian Philosophical Systems, Sanskrit Poetics and Aesthetics, Sanskrit and Modern Indian Languages, Sanskrit Linguistics including Computational Linguistics, Indian Intellectual and Cultural Traditions in Sociology, Polity and Economy, Architecture, Music, Environmental Studies, Grammar, Logic, Astronomy and Mathematics, Science and Technology, Argumentation and Interpretation, and Role and Place of Sanskrit in Indo European Studies.

JNU Entrance Exam Notification 2018-19

JNU Entrance Exam 2018: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU ) is a public central university in New Delhi, the capital of India. In 2012 The National Assessment and Accreditation Council gave the university a grade of 3.91 out of 4, highest grade by NAAC awarded to any educational institution in the country. It is one of the top universities in the country, ranking 2nd according to the National Institutional Ranking Framework. It is known for leading faculties and research emphasis on liberal arts and applied sciences.

Merit List Preparation

Selected candidates who have undergone two of the process stated above, separate merit lists will be prepared according to the courses. There will be two merit lists:- one for the candidate who has appeared for the viva-voice and one for those courses for which the viva voice is not prescribed. The same shall be published on the official site at admissions.jnu.ac.in along with the merit list of the candidates who have not undergone viva voice and the merit is for the candidate who has undergone the interview.

Reservation

  • SC – 15%
  • ST – 7.5%
  • PWD (Person with Disability) – 3%
  • OBC candidates (non creamy layer) – 27% seats.

Courses Available – The university is expected to fill seats in following courses through JNUEE 2018:

  • Undergraduate (BA Hons)
  • Postgraduate (MA, MSc, MCA, MSc-PhD)
  • Doctorate (MPhil / PhD, Pre-PhD / PhD, M.Tech / PhD, MPH / PhD).

Admission Fees for Indian Nationals:

Following was fee last year.

Fee M.Phil. / Ph.D.
Pre-Ph.D./Ph.D.
M.Tech./Ph.D.
MPH/Ph.D.
M.A./M.Sc./
M.C.A.
B.A.(Hons.)
Part Time
Tuition Fee (Annual) 240.00*** 216.00*** 120.00
Sports Fee (Annual) 16.50 16.50 16.50
Literary & Cultural Fee (Annual) 16.50 16.50 16.50
**’Students’ Union Fee (Annual) 15.00 15.00 15.00
Library Fee (Annual) 6.00 6.00 6.00
Medical fee (Annual) 9.00 9.00
Medical Booklet 12.00 12.00
Students Aid Fund (Annual) 4.50 4.50
*Admission Fee 5.00 5.00 5.00
*Enrolment Fee 5.00 5.00 5.00
*Security Deposit (Refundable) 40.00 40.00 40.00
Identity Card Folder 10.00 10.00 10.00
Student Hostel and General Information Guide 15.00 15.00
National Service Scheme (NSS) 20.00 20.00

The fees are subject to revision

  • To be paid at the time of Enrolment in the University.
    ** In terms of Statute 33 of Statutes of the University, membership of any students’ organisation shall be voluntary.
    *** To be realised in two instalments.

JNU Admission Statistics

The number of applicants broadly reflect the popularity of an institution. Jawaharlal Nehru University recently published last five year statistics. Here, we present them in tables below.

Important Data Relevant to JNUEE 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Online application 51734 65035 70161 76375 74355
Offline application 10428 7491 5270 3339 1736
Total application 62162 72526 75431 79714 76091
Option exercised 99579 117207 122395 122273
Intake 2218 2251 2252 2361
Offered 2902 2881 2919 3146
Joined 2085 2089 2110 2184

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