JNU M.Tech. Biotechnology Programme
Combined Entrance Examination (CEE)
Jawaharlal Nehru University
for admission to M.Tech. Biotechnology Programme
Admit Card For Entrance Examination
Admit Cards will be issued by the University only to those candidates who have submitted the Application Form complete in all respects on or before the last date for submission of Application Form i.e. 21st March 2011. The University will not be responsible for any postal delay or irregularity or loss in postal transit resulting in non-receipt of either the filled in Application Form by the University or the Admit Card by the candidates. The candidates may download their Admit Card from the University’s website: www.jnu.ac.in after 10th May 2011 and take the Admit Card to the Examination Centre with a copy of latest passport size photograph.
Before taking the entrance examination, please ensure that you fulfil the eligibility requirements as prescribed by the University. Also please note that permission to appear in the entrance examination is subject to your fulfilling the minimum eligibility requirements prescribed for admission as notified in the prospectus. You may, therefore, appear in the entrance examination only if you fulfil the eligibility requirements as prescribed for M.Tech Biotechnology Programme under Section-II of this prospectus. Despite this caution, in case you do not meet the minimum eligibility criteria and appear in the entrance examination, you will do so at your own risk and cost, and if at any stage, it is found that you do not fulfil the minimum eligibility requirements, the admission, if granted to you, shall be cancelled ipso facto.
Important Note: The Admit Cards are mailed to the candidates approximately fifteen days before the date of the Entrance Examination by ordinary post. In case, however, Admit Card is not received in time, the candidates may download their Admit Card from the University’s website: www.jnu.ac.in after 10th May 2011 and take the Admit Card to the Examination Centre with a copy of latest passport size photograph.
Those candidates who have applied and fulfil the prescribed eligibility conditions but somehow do not receive the Admit Card, or are not able to download the Admit Card are advised to contact either the JNU Representative (who will be available at the Examination Centre at least a day in advance) or the Presiding Officer/Principal of the Centre to sort out the problems. It may be noted that only those candidates will be allowed to appear in the entrance examination whose names appear in the roll-list available with the examination centre. The University will assume no responsibility whatsoever in case the candidate fails to report on the due date and time for appearing in the entrance examination.
Young at thirty years, as universities go, what has lent strength and energy to Jawaharlal Nehru University is the vision that ideas are a field for adventure, experimentation and unceasing quest and diversity of opinions its chief premise. In the early 1970s, when JNU opened its doors to teachers and students, frontier disciplines and new perspectives on old disciplines were brought to the Indian university system. The excellent teacher-student ratio at 1:10, a mode of instruction which encouraged students to explore their own creativity instead of reproducing received knowledge, and an exclusively internal evaluation were a new experiment on the Indian academic landscape; these have stood the test of time. The very Nehruvian objectives embedded in the founding of the University, national integration, social justice, secularism, the democratic way of life, international understanding and scientific approach to the problems of society had built into it constant and energetic endeavour to renew knowledge through self-questioning.
The once rugged terrain of the Aravali hill range, where the 1000 -acre campus is housed is now lush green. Parts of it host dense forests, sustaining a birdwatcher's paradise and some forms of wild life.
The JNU campus is a microcosm of the Indian nation, drawing students from every nook and corner of the country and from every group and stratum of society. To make sure that this is so, annual admission tests are simultaneously held at 37 centres spread across the length and breadth of the country, and special care is taken to draw students from the underprivileged castes and ethic groups by reserving 22.5 per cent of seats for them. Overseas students form some 10 percent of the annual intake. Students' hostels and blocks of faculty residences are interspersed with one another, underlining the vision of a large Indian family.
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