JNUEE Admission 2021: As per the updates, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has extended the application deadline for the Jawaharlal Nehru entrance exams (JNUEE). The application window was to be closed on 27th August however, now the same will be open till 31st August 2021. Interested candidates can apply for JNUEE at nta.ac.in or jnuexams.nta.ac.in. Once the application process gets over, the application correction window will open. Students will be allowed to make corrections, if any, to the application form between 1st to 3rd September 2021.
The admit card for the JNU entrance exam will be released on 8th September on the official website. The JNU entrance exam 2021 will be conducted on 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd September in computer-based mode.
How To Fill Application Form for JNUEE 2021?
Candidates who wish to apply for admission at the JNU university can do so by visiting the official link. Also, they must go through the eligibility requirements before they apply for the JNUEE. Go through the steps to know how to apply for JNU Entrance Exam 2021 -
- Step 1 - Go to the official website - jnuexams.nta.ac.in.
- Step 2 - On the homepage, click on 'Fill Application Form for JNUEE 2021'.
- Step 3 - Register by entering the required details. After registration, note down the system generated application number.
- Step 4 - Log in and fill up the application form of JNUEE.
- Step 5 - Upload the documents and pay the fees.
- Step 6 - Submit the form.
If applicants want to apply for more than one subject then they will have to pay more fees. The JNUEE application fee differs for candidates depending on their category. After completing the fee payment process, candidates will receive a confirmation with a Unique Application Number (UAN) confirming that the JNU 2021 application form has been submitted successfully. For any clarification, candidates can get in touch with the NTA Help Desk at 011-40759000 or write to NTA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JNU Entrance Exam 2021
National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the JNU entrance exam. It will be a computer-based test of three hours. The paper will be in English medium only (except language papers). There will be only multiple-choice questions carrying one mark for each question. There will be no negative marking. A total of 3016 seats are on offer at JNU, of these as many as 982 are at undergraduate and 1582 are at a postgraduate level while 451 seats are available for PhD candidates.