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Jawaharlal Nehru University popularly known as JNU is a public central university in New Delhi. The national assessment and accreditation council gave the university a grade 3.9 out of 4. It goes without saying that the university is ranked second among the public universities in India. JNU was established in the year 1969 and was named after Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first prime minister and was founded by Indira Gandhi. In the year 2011-12 the university received approximately 250 crores as a central subsidy.
The entire university is divided into ten schools each of which has several centers as well as independent centers such as school of arts and aesthetics, school of biotechnology, school of environmental sciences, school of life sciences and many more.
As far as the infrastructure of campus of the university is concerned the university is a perfect example of the new red brick universities built in the mid of 20th century. JNU is located in the southern part of New Delhi and spreads over an area of 1000 acres and also the campus occupies some of the northern most reaches of Aravalli Hills.
JNU comprise of a huge library which is a nine story building in the middle of academic block and is the tallest structure on the campus. It consists of large collections of books, printed journals, newspapers and primary sources.
In addition the university also leaves no stone unturned in organizing cultural fests. The university has nine cultural clubs the drama club, film club, photography club, debating club, nature and wildlife club. The university also has a separate sports club. The practice sessions are organized by the convener with the help of sports office, which provides the necessary kit and other equipment’s.
JNU conducts entrance examinations for all its courses. Entrance test papers set by the professors are not an easy task to clear. These examinations are not a cake walk. Students preparing for JNU entrance examinations are required to work hard and stay persistence. There are past year questions available with different book stores. Students can get in touch with those question papers and frame their answers accordingly. Not only this, aspiring candidates should be updated and posted regarding the on goings in the society. Mugging up of questions is not the only way to answer. Students should answer as per their level of understanding. It goes without saying that success requires hard work and focus.
The Anna University has released the revised exam dates for all the exams that were postponed in the wake of Cyclone Gaja.
The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has released the examination dates for Matric (Class 10) and Intermediate (Class 12) examination.
Students can visit the official website i.e. cohsem.nic.in for all the details.