JNU entrance exam results 2018 declared – Check Results here
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has declared the results of its entrance examination for various courses.
For some programs, candidates have to appear for an interview. Final results will be released by April 15.
The JNUEE 2017 results is uploaded on the website of the University – jnu.ac.in. The candidates who had appeared for the JNU Entrance examination 2017 are advised to visit the official website of JNU to check their results or they can also click on the link provided below:
Results of those courses which don’t require viva-voce, including MCA and some BA and MA courses, will be out tentatively by March 25.
Here’s how you can check the results.
Here’s where you can check your results
Visit the official website of JNU at www.jnu.ac.in/main and click on the Admissions tab. Under ‘Important links,’ click on ‘Result of candidates invited for viva voice JNUEE 2018-19.’ You will have to log in with your ID and password to view the results.
The entrance was held in December across 53 cities
Several programs at JNU including MSc in Special Centre for Molecular Medicine (SCMM), MA (Foreign Language), MPhil/PhD, MTech and more require candidates to undergo an interview, which will be held by March 20.
JNU offers around 720 seats for MPhil/PHD, 1,118 for MA, MSc, MTech and MPH, and 459 for BA courses.
The University had conducted the JNUEE 2017 entrance exam on December 27, 28, 29 and 30, 2017, in 53 cities across India, for the admission year 2018-19.
After the JNUEE written test results are declared, the qualified candidates will be called for the interview. After the interview, the merit list of the selected candidates will be published on the official website of the JNU.
The score announcement, followed by viva-voce is only applicable for B.A (Hons.) 2nd Year, M.Sc in SCMM & SCIS, M.A (Foreign Language), M.Phil / Ph.D., PGDE, M.Tech, MPH, COP, FOP, and ADOP (Mass Media) courses.
Whereas the result for B.A (1st Year), M.C.A, M.A (Except Foreign Language), M.Sc. (Except M.Sc, SCMM & SCIS courses will only be announced as merit list.
Along with the merit list, the university will also announce a wait list. The wait list candidates will be called for admission if seats remain vacant even after the first round of admission.
Best wishes – GC Tutor