JNUEE Result 2018: Check Latest Updates Here

Though, a result link has been activated for JNUEE 2018 on the JNU admission portal, currently it is not eliciting any response.

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JNUEE Result 2018: Check Latest Updates Here

JNUEE Result 2018 Declared: Know How To Check

New Delhi:  JNUEE result 2018 will be released soon, an official told NDTV. JNU had earlier notified February 21 as tentative date for releasing the JNUEE results. Though, a result link has been activated on the JNU admission portal, currently it is not eliciting any response. The official also told NDTV that the examination section of the university will release the results of research courses first as the candidates need to go through viva or interview further. "We will update the results soon on the official website. The results will be released one by one. It is advised that the applicants may check the website for further information," the official said.

Further, JNUSU office bearer Simone Zoya Khan has mentioned in a Facebook post that, "The JNU entrance exam results for BA/ MA will be declared in last week of March, whereas M.Phil/PhD will come out by the end of this month."

 
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JNUEE 2018 results can be found at the admission link of JNU website.

JNUEE was held at 81 exam centres nationwide. The Admission branch of the university had deputed more than 200 teaching and non-teaching staff to all the centres for smooth and fair conduct of the JNU Entrance Examinations. A flying squad was also deployed to hold surprise checks in select centres to ensure fairness of the examinations.

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Few days before the exam, Students Federation of India (SFI) condemned the varsity's move to cancel the Srinagar centre for the exam. Yet again, in the same month, the University's decision to de-link integrated MPhil and PhD programme created a huge uproar.

In another development, JNU administration made 75 per cent attendance compulsory for students; on valid medical grounds 60 per cent attendance will suffice. 

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