Jaipur National University (JNU), Jaipur came into existence in the year 2007.
Two professional institutes of the Seedling Group, established in 2002, with several technical & professional programmes of studies, were merged
with the University to form its major part. In 2008, an expert panel of UGC members accorded approval to our programmes under Clause 2(f) of the
UGC Act, 1956. The School of Distance Education and Learning was accorded approval by the Joint Committee of the UGC- AICTE- DEC for offering
programmes through Distance Education mode. Besides these mandatory recognitions, the University has earned the trust and goodwill of aspiring
students, parents, public and concerned agencies, based on excellence in teaching and sincere emphasis on high standards of research.
In such a short span, JNU has carved a niche for itself in the country because
of its commitment to providing quality education and a conducive learning environment. The University is becoming an obvious choice for professional
and technical education, as well as for lovers of quality academic pursuits. Here is a University where the exceptional and the affordable come
The University has demonstrated high standards of teaching and research.
Highly qualified and experienced faculty adorn its classrooms. For the fourth consecutive year, the University has been rated among the
top 20 BT Schools of India by the well-known magazine Biospectrum. Eminent scholars are invited for delivering lectures on a regular basis
for the benefit of both students and teachers. Collaboration with top national and international Universities and institutions is one of its
Keeping in view the philanthropic orientation of the Sponsoring Body and the policies of the State, the University
is fulfilling its social responsibility by awarding scholarships, freeships, arranging remedial/add-on courses and
other necessary facilities for the needy students. We believe in quality education for the development of our students,
hence contributing to the progress of our State and Society.
The UNIVERSITY at a Glance
Jaipur National University, Jaipur is a premier centre of learning, providing various integrated and interdisciplinary programmes of study and research in the country.
With the opening of the School of Distance Education & Learning , JNU has taken education to the doorsteps of those aspirants who, for some reason, could not be a part of regular stream of education.
In this era of competition & ambition for excellence, it has become imperative to have quality education & an alert mind coupled with the right attitude to carry onself, and for this, JNU happens to be the most sought after destination.
Location of the University
Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan (India). It is a well-known tourist destination for both Indians and foreigners. Its palaces, forts, gardens, museums, arts and crafts, including gems and jewellery industry, are famous throughout the world. Jaipur's
medieval town-planning in the walled-areas, pink colour of the market-places and squares, and heritage monuments are soothing to the public gaze.
Jaipur is fast emerging as a hub of higher professional education in India on the pattern of Pune, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.
The University is situated close to the centre of the city and the airport. One can reach the University from the main Railway Station and Central Bus Stand within half an hour.
The proximity of Jaipur to Delhi is an added advantage. The National Super-Express Highway No. 8, has reduced the distance between
both the cities to four hours. Besides extensive road connectivity, Jaipur is easily approachable by Rail and Air from all major cities
of India, including Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.
What JNU offers ?
Quality education, merit, transparency and fulfillment of social responsibilities are the hallmarks of Jaipur National University.
A Complete Education
The focus is not just on education alone, but also on the development of key skills required to confront the challenges of
life. We believe in complete education, enabling the students to think logically, judge critically & communicate clearly.
Our mission is to ignite the young minds towards their obligation to their communities, to be more humane,
to ensure that their actions are so directed as to promote the welfare of all. We believe our students will make
excellence a way of life and live every moment of their lives to the fullest.
FOOT PRINTS SO FAR...
National Academy of Sciences India (NASI)
JNU played host to the 80th Annual Session and Symposium of the National Academy of Sciences, India on 'Climate Change' from
December 2-4, 2010. Eminent Scientists from all over the India, congregated at JNU for deliberations and discussions on changing
global climate patterns. The 3 day meet was graced by eminent scientists, such as Profs. M.S. Swaminathan, MGK Menon, S Radhakrishnan,
Asis Datta, V.S. Arunachalam, Manju Sharma, Pramjit Khurana, Jitendra Khurana, Kasturi Datta, V.M. Katoch, J N Pande,
B B Bhattacharya and many others whose talks and lectures illumined the young minds with fresh ideas.
National Children's Science Congress (NCSC)
The year 2011 proved to be a milestone year in the history of JNU. The University along with Department of Science & Technology,
State of Rajasthan and Govt. of India, jointly hosted the 19th National Childen's Science Congress on the theme 'Land Resources:
Use for Prosperity, Save for posterity'. The five day event attracted child scientists from across the nation as well as ASEAN countries.
Over 200 projects in the form of models, posters and presentations were submitted by child scientists. Face to face interactions,
video conferencing sessions and seminars provided students with an unparalleled opportunity to meet and interact with acclaimed scientists
and learn from them. Former president, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, graced the plenary session. He addressed, inspired and enthralled the young
scientists with powerful views and ideas.
National Knowledge Network (NKN) Project
JNU is one of the premier institutions selected by MHRD for connectivity under National Knowledge Network(NKN).
The NKN is a state-of-the-art multi-gigabit pan-India network for providing a unified high speed network backbone
for all knowledge related institutions in the country. The NKN is a platform for delivering effective distance education
where teachers and students can interact in real time. The network enables co-sharing of information such as classroom lectures,
presentations and handouts among different institutions.
The 7th International Conference on “Healthcare Systems and Global Business Issues” was hosted at JNU,
Jaipur from January 3-6, 2013. This biennial international conference was held for the first time in India.
Academicians, practitioners/ business administrators, healthcare administrators, informatics/managers & people from
related disciplines participated in the conference from across the world. The platform provided an excellent opportunity
to exchange research, thoughts, and ideas related to these areas with a global perspective.
Salient Features of JNU
- Teaching and Research with a difference
- Semester System
- Ongoing Evaluation
- Constant upgradation of curricula
- Courses recognized by National Statutory Bodies
- Rigorous Academic Auditing
- Advisory System
- Remedial and Add-on Courses
- Direct Feedback from Students
- Viable & Practical Links with the Industry
- Joint and Dual Degree Programmes
- People-oriented Research
- Academics, Exams and results as per schedule
- Yearly convocation for award of degrees
- Alumni Association
- Special Lectures