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JNU Begins Admissions For School Of Engineering

The School of Engineering is said to follow a multidisciplinary approach in imparting engineering education to the students.

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The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)  begun admission for its newly-established School of Engineering on Monday.

At the 145th Academic Council meeting held on May 18, it was decided that the school should be opened.

As of now,  courses in ‘Computer Science Engineering’ and ‘Electronics and Communications’ are available. The university will not conduct a seperate entrance test for the aspirants. Admission will be given to the candidates based on their JEE(Joint Entrance Examination) rank.

The programme will be a   five-year dual degree programme of B.Tech. and M.Tech./M.S. degree along with a  specialisation in either one of the subjects of Social Science, Humanities, Science or Technology.

The School of Engineering is said to follow a multidisciplinary approach in imparting engineering education to the students.

“The School of Engineering is one of the major initiatives of the university during the last two years. UGC has accepted the proposal and has already allocated seed money for construction of infrastructure, and the process of constructing the School building in the campus has begun with a great speed” said the university’s statement.

While in conversation with  IANS , an official had said that a sum of Rs 180 crore was allocated to the university for the  two new schools of Engineering  and Management and Entrepreneurship.

He specified that out of the total allocated sum, Rs 23 crore had already been assigned to the engineering school.The classes for the new courses will commence from Monsoon semester starting in July.

For info and latest updates on the admission procedure, visit the site on https://admissions.jnu.ac.in 



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