By | April 17, 2020
Jamia Millia Islamia advises students to consider returning home amid COVID-19 threat

New Delhi based central university Jamia Millia Islamia has extended the application registration dates for admission to the 2020-21 session till 04th May 2020 for university as well as school students. The dates for admission registration has been extended due to the nationwide lockdown to fight against Covid-19.

The University released a notification confirming that the last date for the online application process for admission form registration to various courses offered by Jamia Millia Islamia and schools has been extended.

The decision to extend dates has been taken after MHA guidelines for lockdown extension that ordered the closure of all educational institutions in the country.

This is the second time, the extension has been ordered due to coronavirus pandemic. Prior to this, the online registration for Jamia Millia Islamia Admission for 2020-2021 session was extended till 15th April 2020 in view of the nationwide lockdown announced by the central government due to coronavirus pandemic.

Currently, the online admission process for all UG, PG, PG Diploma, Advance Diploma, Diploma and MPhil/Ph.D. programs offered by the university is going on.

Candidates can visit the official website of the JMI at and and complete the application process.

Helpline by JMI for COVID-19:

According to the UGC guidelines, Jamia Millia Islamia has opened an official COVID-19 helpline for students. Students’ questions can be answered about their academic future and other issues related to the lockdown period and the COVID-19 pandemic.

The main objective of the helpline service is to ensure the mental health of students in the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. You can contact the Jamia Millia Islamia admission helpline through 9836219994, 9838629994.

Results of Semester Examinations

Results of odd semester examinations have been released by the university administration on its official website. Students can login to the given link to access their results.

The University is also organising online faculty development webinar series for its teachers.