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What does JU stand for?

JU stands for Jammu University (India)

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I have always discussed with my counterparts the need for creating palatable and secure atmosphere for the youth of Jammu and Kashmir in their states," he said addressing students at Jammu university.
Addressing a function at Zorawar Auditorium in Jammu University, where 947 youth were given job letters, Ramesh said, over 5,000 youth had been provided jobs in various companies within and outside the state since the inception of the scheme and over 15,000 would be given training and placements during the year 2013-14.
An Indian daily, quoting sources, reported that the NIA wanted to know how Riyaz Malik, who is posted as private secretary to a government official in Kishtwar, and Shameema, a schoolteacher, were financing the medical education of a son and a daughter, while their another daughter was pursuing LLB at the Jammu University.
ISLAMABAD, August 17, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The Chief Judicial Magistrate Jammu has directed the authorities to file objection in the bail plea of the students arrested by Indian police for staging protest outside Jammu University and raising pro-freedom slogans last week in Indian occupied Kashmir.
In case, we are able to motivate our tourists and take them to border at places like Chamliyal and Suchetgarh, then the people of those areas will be economically benefited," said Parikshit Manhas, a teacher of tourism studies at Jammu University.
ISLAMABAD, 07 April , 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Hundreds of Muslim students held a protest demonstration at Jammu University in occupied Kashmir to express displeasure over Indian Supreme Court Judge, Markandeya Katjus observations that growing a beard is akin to promoting Talibanisation in India.
Bhat, the head of the geology department at Jammu University, countered that a cloudburst was a natural phenomenon when clouds get trapped in high altitude areas and has nothing to do with global warming.