Jawaharlal Nehru University MSc Biotechnology Scholarships
Combined Entrance Examination (CEE)
Jawaharlal Nehru University
for admission to M.Sc. Biotechnology Programme
Bachelor’s degree under 10+2+3 pattern of education in Physical, Biological, Agricultural, Veterinary and Fishery
Sciences, Pharmacy, Engineering/Technology, 4-years B.Sc. (Physician Assistant Course); OR Medicine (MBBS) OR B.D.S.
with at least 55% marks.
Only those candidates who have passed the qualifying examinations in 2009 or thereafter including those who
are appearing in 2011 are eligible to apply. In other words, those who have passed the qualifying examination PRIOR
to 2009, are NOT eligible to apply.
Students selected for admission to M.Sc. Biotechnology Programme of the participating Universities will be eligible to receive scholarship at the rate of Rs.800/- p.m./Rs.1200/- p.m.
Note:The scholarship of Rs. 1200/- p.m. for students joining M.Sc. Biotechnology programme at the School of Biotechnology of JNU would be awarded to all the students during first semester. In the subsequent semesters, the scholarship will be extended only in respect of those students who secure minimum CGPA of 6.00 in the end-semester examinations.
Details here: http://www.jnu.ac.in/Admission/MScBiotech11.pdf
About Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)
The once rugged terrain of the Aravali hill range, where the 1000 -acre campus is housed is now lush green. Parts of it host dense forests, sustaining a birdwatcher's paradise and some forms of wild life.
The JNU campus is a microcosm of the Indian nation, drawing students from every nook and corner of the country and from every group and stratum of society. To make sure that this is so, annual admission tests are simultaneously held at 37 centres spread across the length and breadth of the country, and special care is taken to draw students from the underprivileged castes and ethic groups by reserving 22.5 per cent of seats for them. Overseas students form some 10 percent of the annual intake. Students' hostels and blocks of faculty residences are interspersed with one another, underlining the vision of a large Indian family.