JNUEE PG Results Declared

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On Monday, JNU declared the entrance exam results for its post-graduate programmes. Candidates who have appeared in the entrance examination (JNUEE) for JNU’s MA, MSc, and MCA courses for the session 2020-21 can check their results online at jnu.ac.in.

The exams for PG courses were conducted on an MCQ based pattern from October 4 to 8. The entrance exam was conducted online.

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In addition, the cut-off marks for all MA, MSc, and MCA disciplines has also been declared by JNU. Here are the links for checking the results and cut-off marks:

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JNUEE 2020 PG Cutoff Marks

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JNUEE 2020 PG Results

Steps for downloading JNUEE Results 2020:

  1. Visit the official website at jnu.ac.in

2. Under the important links tab, click on the link that reads MA/MSc/MCA Results. A login page will appear on the screen

4. Put in your application number, date of birth, and captcha code

5. The result will be displayed on the screen. The candidate can download and get its printout.


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Nilesh Goswami
Nilesh is a second-year English Literature student at Hansraj College, University of Delhi. He is a self-proclaimed cinephile and bibliophile who loves writing about anything that is even remotely related to pop culture.

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