JNU Admission 2022: Registration For Admission  

Admission to JNU’s UG and COP programmes for 2022 will soon start. CUET results will b used to determine admissions. The CUET UG 2022 result is now available. Visit the official website, to view and obtain the scorecard for applicants who took the admission exam. Additionally, the CUET PG 2022 answer keys have b release, and the results will b made public shortly. JNU is also accepting applications for admission to the Ph.D. programme in 2022. Candidates who meet the requirements can apply online at the university’s website.

JNU Admission 2022

The Common University Entrance Test will b used to determine JNU admission for the UG, PG, COP, and ADOP programmes in 2022. (CUET). JNU is already accepting applications for admission to the PG and ADOP programmes in 2022. Candidates must register for the CUET PG exam if they want to apply for PG programmes including M.A., M.Sc., MCA, MPH, M.Tech, PG Diploma, and ADOP programmes.

JNU Admission 2022

For UG programmes like BA (Hons), B.Sc, Integrated, and COP programmes, JNU accepts CUET UG scores. The ultimate choice will b made using the university’s merit list, which is based on CUET scores. JEE Main and JoSAA counseling will be used to determine admission to JNU’s B.Tech programme.

PG Programme:

For entrance to undergraduate and graduate programmes, there won’t be a viva voce test. According to the University’s approved admission policies and processes, the candidates are admitted based on their performance in the CUET and the deprivation points that were added to their score.

JNU has a provision to give up to 15% of the seats in each programme of study to foreign nationals in addition to the regular reservation for the underprivileged classes and individuals with physical disabilities (OBC/SC/ST/PH). These seats are in addition to the intake that is set for each programme of study for foreign nationals. All female candidates are also given a maximum of 10 Deprivation Points by the university.

Eligibility Criteria :

  • Senior School Certificate (10+2) or equivalent examination from a recognize Board/University with a minimum of 45% marks is required for admission to the NU BA (Hons.) programme. Candidates may apply if they are schedule to take the Senior School Certificate (10+2) exam or an equivalent exam.
  • Madrasas may grant a certificate of almirah with a minimum grade of 45% if the applicant has completed a three-year programme at Darul-Uloom Deoband or passed English at the Senior Secondary level from a recognized Board/University.

Selection Criteria : 

Candidates must take the Common University Entrance Examination to b considered for admission (CUET). There won’t be a viva voce test to determine admission. According to the university’s approved admission policy and procedures, the candidates are admit based on their performance in the CUET and the deprivation points that were add to their scores.

For admission to JNU, candidates must choose from Section IA’s English Test and Section III’s General Test. Candidates shall not b considered for admission to JNU if they do not show up for both Sections, i.e. Section IA (English Test) and Section III (General Test).

JNU Application Process :

Candidates must apply for the CUET PG on the official website if they want to b considered for admission to PG programmes. Below is a description of the application process for the same:

  • The official website is.
  • On the homepage, select the “Registration for CUET (PG) – 2022” link.
  • After creating an account, log in using your credentials.
  • Complete the application form and include your supporting documents.
  • After paying the application fees, submit the form.
  • Make a copy by downloading and printing it for future use.

One of the latest central universities in the city to start accepting applications for undergraduate admission is JNU. Earlier this month, Jamia Millia Islamia began the registration process; on September 12, Delhi University opened its admissions page. The National Testing Agency released the results of the first-ever CUET for undergraduate admissions earlier this month.

Frequently Asked Question
What is the eligibility criteria for PwD students to apply for reservation in JNU? 

 According to the rules and regulations of JNU, the candidate who has at least 40% of a specified disability can apply for a 5% reservation in JNU. In addition to this, the PwD candidates who have passed the qualification irrespective of their percentage of marks are also considered eligible for appearing in the examination. 

What is the updated entrance pattern in JNU entrance?

From 2019, the entrance test is conducted by NTA. It has been changed into a complete MCQs based examination with CBT mode. The common pattern for the entrance is 50 questions for 2 marks. 

What is the time limit of entrance examination for JNU admission?

The entrance examination is conducted for 3 hrs with no negative marking. The cut-off list is prepared with 100% weightage to the entrance examination.

How much in the entrance examination is better for securing admission in MA Political Science for JNU?

For being on the safe side, it is better to score above 80% in the entrance for political science. The competition is high and the paper is tough which is now conducted by NTA. the students need to prepare in advance for securing good scores.

What is the syllabus of a PhD (Life Science) entrance examination in JNU?

The Ph.D. (Life Science) entrance examination syllabus of JNU is mentioned below: 
Candidates will be tested in their basic knowledge on Research Methodology and core subjects of life and Biological Sciences.
The test will include questions based on research methodology/ experimental techniques related to life /biological Sciences research. 
The test will also consist of subject specific questions encompassing different branches of Life/ Biological Sciences which are taught at the post graduate level in various UGC affiliated universities. 
However there is no particular syllabus designed for the test but the candidates are advised to consult CSIR/UGC- NET JRF syllabus for guidance.

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