JNU Admission Process: What is the admission process in Jawaharlal Nehru University, in which courses admission is available. Let us know the answers to such questions.
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JNU Admission: Jawaharlal Nehru University, the most prestigious universities of the countryJNU) definitely counts. There are many such people who have studied from this institute, who are earning name in their respective fields today. This is the reason why every year children from all over the country apply for admission in JNU. However, only selected students get admission here. This year, admission in Jawaharlal Nehru University will be done through Common University Entrance Test (CUET).
JNU was one of the first Central Universities to adopt CUET for admission to undergraduate programmes. Last year, the university had received 67,456 applications through the newly introduced entrance exam. In such a situation, this year also a large number of students can apply for admission here. Keeping these things in mind, let us know the important things related to JNU admission. Admission in UG and UG programs in JNU this year for the academic session 2023-24 will be given through CUET UG -2023.
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In which courses admission will be done through CUET?
- BA (Hons) Persian
- BA (Hons)Pashto
- BA (Hons) Korean
- BA (Hons) Japanese
- BA (Hons) Mongolian
- BA (Hons) Chinese
- BA (Hons) French
- BA (Hons) German
- BA (Hons) Russian
- BA (Hons) Spanish
- BSc-MSc Integrated program in Ayurveda Biology (5 years)
- BSc (Ayurveda Biology)
What is the hostel arrangement?
Seven hostels in JNU are for boys, while four are for girls. Apart from this, four hostels are co-ed and one hostel is for married and working women. The total capacity of the hostels is 5500 students. There is arrangement to provide hostel to the students coming from outside the city, for which the university hostel rules will be considered. If you get admission only in the university, you will not get the hostel only on this basis.
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History of JNU
JNU was established in 1969 and is named after the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru. In June 1970, the Indian School of International Studies was merged with JNU. After the merger, the word Indian was dropped from the name and it became the School of International Studies of the Jawaharlal Nehru University. The academic department of Jawaharlal Nehru University is divided into 20 schools and centres.