Eligible candidates for JNU Admissions 2019
Although, the online registration process of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Entrance Examination 2019 (JNUEE) ended on April 15, the eligible candidates can pay the fees today. Candidates can visit the official website, ntajnu.nic.in and pay the fees online. The entrance examinations will be conducted from May 27-30 spreading across 127 cities in India, said an India Today report.
The intake for this academic year is 3,383 students inclusive of all programs, of which 1,043 seats are for the MPhil and PhD courses, noted the report. Thanks to the implementation of the state of the art technology, the varsity is able to enrol students from pan India, which is a two-and-a-half fold jump from previous years’ number of cities, citing the officials, the report pointed out.
Steps to pay fee
• Candidates can pay examination fee using Syndicate/ICICI payment gateway and keep the proof of fee paid
• Download confirmation page and print a minimum of four copies of confirmation page
• Last date of payment of fees: April 16
• Correction in particulars of application form: April 22 to April 28
• Downloading of admit cards: May 10
• Dates of examination: 27, 28, 29 and 30 May 2019
National Testing Agency (NTA) has been set up as a premier, autonomous and self-sustained testing organization to conduct entrance examinations for admission/fellowship in higher educational institutions. To assess competence of candidates for admissions and recruitment has always been a challenge in terms of matching with research based international standards, efficiency, transparency and error free delivery. The National Testing Agency is entrusted to address all such issues using best in every field, from test preparation, to test delivery and to test marking.
The JNU is the foremost university in India, and a world-renowned centre for teaching and research. Ranked number one in India by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with a Grade Point of 3.91 (on a scale of 4), JNU was ranked third among all varsities in the country by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), Government of India, in 2016 and no 2 in 2017. The JNU also received the Best University Award from the President of India in 2017.
Coming into being in 1969, three years after its establishment by Parliament, JNU brought frontier disciplines and newer perspectives for old disciplines to the Indian university system. The excellent teacher-student ratio at 1:10, the mode of instruction which encourages students to explore their own creativity instead of reproducing received knowledge, and of exclusively internal evaluation, were also new to the Indian academic landscape and have stood the test of time. The very Nehruvian objectives embedded in the founding of the University – ‘national integration, social justice, secularism, the democratic way of life, international understanding and a scientific approach to the problems of society’, had built into them constant and energetic endeavour to renew knowledge through self- questioning.