Jamia Millia Islamia admissions 2020 update: Jamia Milia Islamia has extended last date for receiving online application form for admission to undergraduate course till September 14. Earlier, the admission process was to end on August 20.
Candidates seeking admissions in any undergraduate course at the varsity can apply at the official website, jmi.ac.in or jmicoe.in.
While Jamia Millia Islamia had earlier announced to start its new academic session on September 1, new sessions across colleges and universities are now postponed due to the pandemic.
Jamia Millia Islamia admissions 2020: How to apply online
- Step 1: Visit jmicoe.in
- Step 2: Click on PhD, BA, BTech admission option
- Step 3: The netizen will be redirected to a new page
- Step 4: Click on the new registration button and register using details
- Step 5: Fill form and required upload documents.
Camdidates should note that the varsity has introduced 19 new courses including two MTech programmes, two MSc, and one MLib course this year. Among undergraduate courses BSc aeronautics, four BVov courses, diploma in hospitality management, and three postgraduate diploma courses including entrepreneurship, innovation and design thinking.
JMI, which had been the centre of protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, has bagged the first spot among all central universities in the country.
According to the ministry of education ranking list, JMI scored 90 percent after beating JNU and Aligarh University among a list of 40 other central varsities.
While the ranking is based on a tri-party evaluation signed between the varsity and the HRD Ministry (now Ministry of Education) and the University Grants Commission, all the universities were required to sign a tripartite MoU with MHRD (ministry of education) and UGC for continuous evaluation.
Here is what JMI says in a statement
“Jamia was the first university in 2017 to sign this MoU and present itself for performance evaluation.”
Here is how the rank was calculated
The varsities were ranked based on parameters like number of students admitted annually in UG, PG, PhD and MPhil as well the range of diversity among students, measured in terms of percentage of female students as well as the percentage of students from other states and countries.
This apart, aspects like faculty quality, student-teacher ratio, teacher vacancy and other factors were also included in the list of parameters used to calculate the score. Students placed through campus interviews and those qualifying for NET & GATE, among other entrance tests were also taken into consideration.
JMI vice chancellor Najma Akhtar attributed the achievement to “high-quality teaching, relevant and improved perception of the university.