Message for candidates seeking online reporting of JoSSA 2021 after round 6 for admission at School of Engineering
The online reporting information will come on the candidate’s email address registered with JoSSA 2021. Candidates can then report online by submitting documents till 30 November 2021.
Students who wish to go for CSAB Special Rounds need not report right now. If they retain their seat in JNU, they will have to report after the end of special rounds.
Reporting of candidates who got admission under DASA counseling will be between 18-22th November in Online Mode. Click here for the detailed instructions.
Updates on DASA Admissions:
1. Mode of admission (online or offline) will depend on the the Govt. guidelines at the time of admission.
2. Classes will start tentatively from mid of December.
3. Medical certificate issued by competent Government authority is acceptable subjected to the re-issue of the same at JNU Health Center if needed.
JNU provides admission in its Five-year Dual Degree Programme (B.Tech. + M.Tech./M.S.) in Computer Science and Engineering/Electronics and Communication Engineering through CSAB/JoSAA on the basis of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main ranking. For counselling and admission related details, visit www.josaa.nic.in
To know more about our B.Tech. Dual Degree programme, visit the link https://jnu.ac.in/se-programmes and this pdf.
Detail information related to AICTE Doctoral Fellowship is available here.
The youngest and a promising school in Jawaharlal Nehru University, School of Engineering, will start its academic sessions from July 2018 with Five-Year Dual Degree Programme (FYDDP) with BTech in Engineering and Master’s (MS/MTech), with specializations in Social Sciences/Humanities/Science/Technology. The thrust areas of the BTech programme will cover most of the well-known disciplines of Sciences and Technology. The courses of this programme will consist of Sciences and Engineering including various options such as Communications, Environment, Electronics and Information Technology. Considering the all-pervasive and universal nature of Technology today which cuts across disciplines, viz. Sciences, Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences, study of Communications, Environment and Information Technology will have to be brought in consonance with the understanding of various aspects of Economics, Commerce, Sociology, Politics, History and Linguistics. Rigorous data analysis (big data analysis, for example) on various social aspects have strengthened our understanding of social behaviour. The Humanities and Social Sciences no longer operate in isolation. In fact, the recent past has been a witness to numerous interdisciplinary collaborations: Communications with Languages and Linguistics; Environmental Engineering with Geography; Economic Strategies and Commercial Implications with Computing Methods etc. Engineering has thus permeated and also extended extensive support to many aspects of Humanities and Social Sciences. Similarly, the Humanities and Social Sciences have helped the Engineering Sciences to construct models that factor in social behaviour and provide socially relevant solutions to various problems.