All applicants will need to go to https://admissions.jgu.edu.in/ and fill out the following:
If you apply for multiple programmes, your personal statement will transfer to your new application. There is no need to submit a second personal statement.
If you apply for multiple programmes, you have a different set of supplemental questions for each programme.
If you are completing your XII Board or equivalent, then you will receive a Provisional Offer of Admissions until you submit them to us. Once they are received, you will receive your Final Offer of Admissions.
First Application (All programmes excepting 5-Year Law and B. Arch)
BA / BBA – LLB and B. Arch
* If you are interested in applying for multiple programmes, please contact Nandini Uchil (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Vikram Singh Tomar (email@example.com) or Ankur Vohra (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive a code to reduce your remaining application fee(s).
Applicants will be notified if they have “Advanced to Round 2” or “Rejected”
Selected applicants will advance to Round 2. In this round, applicants will need to do the following:
Applicants who get through Round 2 will be given a Provisional Offer of Admission pending their XII Board Results and any additional information required by a school.
Successful applicants will have seven (7) days (including weekends) to accept or decline the offer. If an applicant declines the offer or does not respond before the end of the seven days, their application is declared inactive. Each time an applicant wants to reactivate their application, they may do so for a Rs. 500 reactivation fee.
Successful applicants are required to pay the Refundable Registration Fee to secure their seat.
Once the XII Boards Results are confirmed, applicants will be given their Final Offer of Admissions.
Congratulations and Welcome to the JGU Family!
Applicants may also be waitlisted depending on their results. Waitlisted applicants are requested to upload their XII results as soon as they are released. Such applicants may also be asked to do an additional interview. Waitlists will only be examined after 1 June 2019.