No hike in JNU examination fees
New Delhi: The Jawaharlal Nehru University ( JNU) administration has released a recent notice clarifying that there is no hike in the entrance examination fee, post allegation of increase in exam fees by 300 percent in JNU entrance exam (JNUEE).
Moreover, the varsity on Friday said that such messages are being circulated by " a handful of self-styled student leaders of JNU". JNUSU President, N Sai Balaji said "It is our firm resolve and united struggle that have defeated JNU administration's conspiracy of fee hike. Application fee for JNUEE 19-20 remains same as previous years."
But the fight against *Online examination, abolishing of BA 2nd year lateral entry, Delinking of MPhil and PhD, seat cut and reservation scuttle is still on!, he added.
According to the latest notification, the application fee for JNUEE for Masters and PhD exams will be Rs 530 for one choice, Rs 800 for two choices and Rs 1000 for three choices for unreserved and EWS category while for reserved category students the same will be Rs 310, Rs 415 and Rs 500 respectively and for BPL candidates it will be Rs 110, Rs 215 and Rs 300 respectively.
For undergraduate programmes, applicants will have to pay Rs 400, Rs 575 and Rs 750 for one, two and three choices while reserved category candidates will give to pay Rs 265, Rs 325, and Rs 380, for BPL candidates the fee is Rs 65, Rs 125 and Rs 180.