The Jawaharlal Nehru University’s (JNU’s) entrance exams are to be conducted online for the academic year 2019-20, with registrations in this regard set to begin from Friday.

The registration process for JNU entrance examination (JNUEE) 2019-20 will be available online from 15 March which will be closed on 15 April, said a JNU official.

The candidates can correct their applications from 17 April to 19 April, the official said.

The seat intake for this academic year is 3383 in all the programmes of which 1043 are for the MPhil and PhD courses.

“JNU would be adopting digitalization in its entrance examination process in line with major academic institutions and central universities such as IIT, BHU, Delhi University, Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET),” the official said, adding that “In order to increase its outreach among the student fraternity, JNU entrance examination would be conducted in 127 cities across India”.

The exam will be in a multiple choice questions (MCQ) format.

For the benefit of the students, the National Testing Agency (NTA) would make accessible test practice centres where all applicants would be able to familiarise themselves with the computer-based test, the varsity officials said.

The admit card will be available on NTA’s website on 22 April 2019 and the result for MPhil and PhD courses will be declared on 10 June, according to JNU officials.