The Jawaharlal Nehru University- a campus whereh every student in India aspires to join- has invited applications for the upcoming session. As per the notifications the university has invited online applications for admission in the different subjects for MPhil, Ph.D., M.A., M. Sc. MA and B.A. in foreign languages. The admission to various courses will be taken on the basis of mark obtained in entrance exam conducted, followed by interview for a few of the courses. The aspirants can apply by logging https://admissions.jnu.ac.in where they can get rest of the necessary information related to the admissions. The last date for application is 13th of October while the written entrance exams are scheduled to take place at the last week of December across53 cities in India. The last year question papers of the entrance can also be downloaded from the admission portal.
JNU is accredited with a 3.91 CGPA by NAAC, ranked number 2nd in the NIRF rankings 2017 and awarded the Visitor’s Award for the Central University for its excellent teaching methodologies, learning and resources, research and professional practices, graduation outcomes, outreach and inclusivity and perception. The university is one of the most popular universities in India where a large number of students apply annually for admissions. But before someone tries to seek admissions one is required to know more than what the media has tried to show about the India’s top university.
Though politics is an integral part of the university, people need to know that there are many things that happen in JNU than only politics and protests. Life at JNU is a life of freedom, debate and celebrated diversity. It’s the only campus in the capital city where students from backward districts can also acquire a seat. A campus where girls can move out till hours without any fear. The walls are full of posters of various political organizations. From complicated economics to the simple issues concerning campus life, from the Adivasis in Jharkhand to Kashmir issue, thought-provoking debates happen on almost every topic in the Dhabas and various places in the university. The most important thing one learns on the campus is to stand and speak up for the marginalized in the society.
In the recent years JNU came into limelight for the wrong reasons. Active student leaders were arrested for the charges of sedition but one should not forget that it always forged a country-wide struggle since the time of corruption movement and Nirbhaya movement for the justice. Apart from a large pool of academicians several personalities ranging from bureaucrats, politicians and social activist are serving the nation.
Being a conscious student, aware of the happenings in the society one should learn to speak up and do a bit for saving the lives of citizens. Somewhere it’s JNU which can teach you the course!
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