JNU Winter Semester 2020: Registration Date Extended Till Jan 17

The Jawaharlal Nehru University administration has again extended the registration date for the winter semester 2020 till January 17, 2020 (Thursday). The students who have not registered till now for the winter semester can do so, by visiting the official JNU website (mentioned below) without payment of late fees. This is the second week the registration date for winter season has been extended. Initially, the last date of registration was on January 5, 2020.

Official JNU website: jnu.ac.in

The University official said:

“After that deadline, the VC may consider written requests for registration and grant the permission for late registration, if deemed fit, with the imposition of an appropriate amount of fine at his discretion.”

The university administration had said that the reason behind this decision was that the information and communication service (CIS) systems were severely damaged by the students as part of their months-long agitation against a hostel fee hike.

Last week, the administration officials had issued a notice stating that students would not require utility charges and pay service for the winter semester during registrations.

JNU Winter Semester Late Fees Details

The JNU Indian students who fail to register for the winter semester by January 17, has to pay a late fee of Rs. 100 per day for seven days i.e. from January 20 to January 26, 2020. The late fee will increase to Rs 200 if failed to register within mentioned 7 days for next 7 days i.e. from January 27 to February 2, 2020. The late fee will increase to Rs 500 after February 2, for the next 7 days i.e. from February 3 to February 9, 2020.

For foreign nationals, the late fee system is different. Check below the details mentioned in the circular.

JNU Winter registration extension


Earlier, JNU VC M Jagadesh Kumar appealed to the student’s parents to advise them to register for the winter semester 2020 else it will lead to loss of one academic year. He told to ANI that more than 50% of students have paid their hostel dues and the classes have been started.


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