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  • 1. Prospectus 2011-2012Jamia Millia Islamia(A Central University by an Act of Parliament) i
  • 2. ii
  • 3. CONTENTSPara No. Particulars Page No.1. Jamia Millia Islamia ………………………………………………………………………... 12. Officers of the Jamia………………………………………………………………......... .......23. General Guidelines…………………………………………………………..…………….....3 Courses offered by the University..………………………………………………............…..54. Guidelines for Admission..……………………………………......………………………...135. Rules Relating to Admission…………………………………………………………......…156. Reservation of Seats…………………………………………………………....…………...167. Special Provisions for Admission………………..……………………………… ..........…..178. Identity Card……………………………………………………..………….......…………..189. Hostel Accommodation..…………………………………………..…………...............…...1810. Attendance…………………………………………………………………….........……….1911. Students Discipline…………………………………………………………….........………1912. Dr. Zakir Husain Library..……………………………………………………….....………..2113. Financial Support System………………………………………………………......……….2114. General Rules Regarding Fees and Accounts………………………..................…………..2215. Admission of Foreign Students/NRIs/ICCR Sponsored Candidates..…...............................2316. Faculty of Humanities & Languages…………………………………………………..........2917. Faculty of Social Sciences…………….………………………………………………… ....3318. Faculty of Natural Sciences………….………………………………………………….......3719. Faculty of Education…………………………………………………………………….… .4120. Faculty of Engineering & Technology…………………………………………….…..........4821. Faculty of Law…………………………………………………………………………........7022. Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics…………………………………………………….........7323. Faculty of Fine Arts…………………………………………………………………………7724. Faculty of Dentistry……………………………………………………………..…………..8125. Anwar Jamal Kidwai Mass Communication Research Centre…..…………........................8326. Maulana Mohammed Ali ‘Jauhar’ Academy of Third World Studies…… ...........................8827. Centre for Management Studies…….…………………………………………………........9028. Centre for Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Sciences………………………..…............ ......9229. Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Basic Sciences…………………….…..................9330. N.M. Centre for Peace & Conflict Resolution ……………..………………………............9331. Centre for the Study of Comparative Religions & Civilizations…………..….....................9432. Dr. K. R. N. Centre for Dalit & Minorities Studies ……………………………..…............94 iii
  • 4. 33. Centre for Spanish & Latin American Studies………….………………………..…............95 34. Centre for West Asian Studies……………………………….………………………..….....95 35. Centre for Jawaharlal Nehru Studies……………………..………………………..… .........96 36. Centre for Culture, Media & Governance……………………………………………..........96 37. India Arab Cultural Centre …………………………………………..………………..…....97 38. F. T. K. Centre for Information Technology ……………………………………..…............97 39. Centre for Theoretical Physics………………………………………………………..….....97 40. Centre for Early Childhood Development & Research.........................................................98 41. A. S. Centre for Distance & Open Learning……………….……………………..…...........98 42. Jamia’s Premchand Archives & Literary Centre………………………………..…..............99 43. Sarojini Naidu Centre for Women’s Studies…………..……………………………............99 44. Dr. Zakir Hussain Institute of Islamic Studies…………..…………………………............100 45. Barkat Ali Firaq State Resource Centre…………………………………………..….........100 46. Academic Staff College………………………………………..………………………..…100 47. Zakir Hussain Studies Centre……………………….………..…………………………....100 48. Gandhian Studies Centre……………………….………..………………………………...101 49. Academy of Professional Development of Urdu Medium Teachers...… ............................101 50. Centre for Coaching & Career Planning..……….………..………………………….........101 51. University Placement Cell……………………….………..……………………..…...........101 52. Jamia Schools…………………….……………………….………..………………...........101 53. Fee-Structure of all courses of the University….………..……………………… ..............102 54. Admission Schedule of Courses offered by the University………………….....................122 55. Recognized Courses of Arabic Madarsas/Institutions…………………….. .......................134 56. Important Telephone numbers of Deans/HoDs/Directors of the Centres............................135iv
  • 5. 1. JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIAJamia was established in 1920 by a group of nationalist of the Aligarh College campus, was also a difficult oneMuslim intelligentsia at Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh). Its with lack of funds and infrastructure. The new universitycampus shifted from Aligarh to Delhi in 1925 and the demonstrated that a society with diverse cultures couldfoundation stone of the present campus was laid on 1 be groomed into a modern nation on the basis of a sharedMarch 1930. Since then, the university has expanded and culture and perspective. In Jamia, Hindu, Muslim andbecome known as a premier educational institution of other students not only studied together, they also atethe country. Recognising its contributions in the field of and lived together in a spartan lifestyle. Teachers cameteaching, research and extension work, the University from all over the country and lived the same simpleGrants Commission (UGC) bestowed the “deemed lifestyles. The use of ‘khaddar’ for uniforms epitomiseduniversity” status to it in 1962, and it was designated a the nationalist principle that was to follow throughout itsCentral University in 1988. The journey from Aligarh to development.Delhi, not only presents the physical expansion of Jamia,but also presents a lesson for those who want to build In 1924, after the withdrawal of khilafat, the institutioneducational institutions for the nation. It is therefore not faced a serious threat of closure. It then moved to Delhisurprising that Rabindranath Tagore once called the and its reins were handed over to Dr Zakir Husain inUniversity as “one of the most progressive educational 1926 who aptly remarked: “The biggest objective of Jamiainstitutions of the country”. is to prepare a roadmap for the future of Indian Muslims with the religion of Islam at its core and to fill thatJamia and the Nationalist Alternative roadmap with the colour of the civilisation of India in such a way that it merges with the colours of the life ofJamia was conceived as the National Muslim University the common man.” Jamia survived this transitional phasein October 1920 on the campus of the Mohammedan with the active support and involvement of leaders likeAnglo-Oriental College set up by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Hakim Ajmal Khan, M.A. Ansari, Abid Hussain andat Aligarh. Since its inception in 1892, the Aligarh College Mohammad Mujeeb who shared Zakir Husain’s visionhad produced an elite and middle class leadership that for the institution. This phase of Jamia’s developmentwas actively involved with the nationalist movement in was characterised by the equal sacrifices that were madeone manner or the other. The landed gentry connected by the staff and students of the university, and were ablywith the Aligarh College had helped to form the All India aided by Gandhiji in their fund collection.Muslim League in 1906. At the same time, the educatedand secular Muslim intelligentsia from the college was Jamia: A reflection of a self reliant modern andassociated with the khilafat and non-cooperation secular nationmovements led by Gandhiji and whose main plank ofpolitical mobilisation was Hindu-Muslim unity. The From its inception, the Jamia had catered to students fromchanging character of the nationalist movement in the disadvantaged backgrounds (in contrast to the eliteGandhian leadership had its impact on those connected Aligarh College) and its course curriculum was suited towith the Aligarh College. The syndicate of the college meet the needs of such students. The medium ofproclaimed that it had been founded to turn out “worthy instruction and learning was Hindi, Urdu and English.and useful subjects of the British Crown”. In contrast, By 1937, when the Jamia campus had already shifted tofreedom fighters like, Mohamed Ali (the khilafat leader Okhla. The university was an active participant inand the first vice-chancellor) and Hakim Ajmal Khan spreading Gandhiji’s idea of nai talim which waswanted to build an educational institution which would popularly known as the ‘Wardha Scheme’. Under theserve to inculcate both, modern education and nationalist leadership of Zakir Husain, the chief architect of Wardhaideals in students from all communities, particularly the Scheme, Jamia started the “Book Bank” project, theMuslims. They also actively opposed the “two nation “Village (dehat) Project”, and “Subzi Mandi Project”.theory” propagated by the Muslim League. This stand They also started programmes on sehat aur safai (healthbrought about a split between the Muslim intelligentsia and hygiene), kapda (weaving), carpentry and soapand the Jamia was born out of this ideological conflict. making where students learnt the merits of combining manual labour along with broadening their intellectualThe formation of Jamia was supported by Gandhiji and horizons. Vocational training and school educationTagore who had himself initiated such an effort in Shanti became one of the cornerstones of Jamia education andNiketan. The start, which was made in Krishna Ashram models for innovative teaching. 1
  • 6. At the threshold of independence, Jamia was emerging graduate education. The university recognises that as a dynamic and unique institution that aspired for teaching and research are complementary activities that support from the independent Indian government. The can advance its long-term interest. It has Natural Sciences, trials and tribulations of a newly formed nation were also Social Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Education, reflected in Jamia, which faced enormous financial Humanities & Languages, Architecture & Ekistics, Fine difficulties in this period. However, the coping strategies Arts, Law and Dentistry Faculties. Also, it has a well used by the administration, staff and students themselves known Centre of Mass Communication Research Centre. reflected the values of self-reliance and democratic Jamia Millia Islamia has also started several other functioning that were to form the core principles of research centres that have given an edge to Jamia in terms Nehruvian India. Nehru assigned many roles to the of critical research in various areas. Obviously, these founders of Jamia: both Zakir Husain and Mujeeb were initiatives aim to promote new and emerging areas of inducted into the Planning Commission to develop a plan research and programmes that can offer opportunities to for integrated education. But despite these contributions its students and teachers to expand their horizons. to national development, they were forced to fight hard for a university status. The Jamia Millia Islamia conducts Undergraduate, Postgraduate, M. Phil. and Ph.D. as well as Diploma and Contemporary Jamia Certificate courses. The number of students in the University is 14729 of which 7407 are enrolled in It was in 1962 that Jamia became a deemed university undergraduate courses, 2661 in postgraduate, 1501 in recognised by the University Grants Commission Act, M.Phil/Ph.D and 3160 in Diploma/Certificate courses. 1956 under the leadership of Mohammad Mujeeb, “At last Jamia employees were able to draw regular salaries”. Jamia Millia Islamia, as before, continues to cater to the By 1963, regular teaching programmes like masters in interests of students from all communities, but also aims history and education, and undergraduate programmes to meet the particular needs of the disadvantaged sections in sciences were started. Thereafter, in 1969 doctoral of the Muslim society. True to the legacy of its founders, programmes were started. The emergence of the it continues to support measures for affirmative action university as a premier institution of learning was and foster the goals of building a secular and modern recognised in 1988 when it was accorded the status of a system of integrated education. Thus, Jamia Millia Islamia Central University. Today, Jamia Millia Islamia is an is constantly learning from its history to negotiate the ensemble of a multi layered educational system which new and emerging challenges facing a nation of the twenty covers all aspects of schooling, under-graduate and post- first century. 2. OFFICERS OF THE JAMIA Amir-i-Jamia (Chancellor) : Shaikh Fakhruddin Tahirbhai Khorakiwala Shaikh-ul-Jamia (Vice-Chancellor) : Mr. Najeeb Jung, IAS Naib Shaikh-ul-Jamia (Pro-Vice-Chancellor) : Prof. S.M. Rashid Musajjil (Registrar) : Prof. S.M. Sajid Dean, Faculty of Humanities & Languages : Prof. S.M.Azizuddin Husain Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences : Prof. Khan Masood Ahmad Dean, Faculty of Natural Sciences : Prof. Khalil Ahmad Dean, Faculty of Education : Prof. Aejaz Masih Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology : Prof. Khalid Moin Dean, Faculty of Law : Prof. Rose Varghese Dean, Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics : Prof. S. M. Akhtar Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts : Prof. Z.A. Zargar Dean, Faculty of Dentistry : Prof. Ragini Dean, Students’ Welfare : Prof. Z.H. Khan Finance Officer : Prof. Shahid Ashraf Librarian : Dr. Gayas Makhdumi2
  • 7. 3. GENERAL GUIDELINES1. Candidates are required to read the prospectus Application Form. However, if a candidate wishes carefully before filling in the Application Form to apply in more than four courses from a group for Admission to the courses of studies in the or desires to apply in the courses from two or more Jamia. The Prospectus provides general different groups, he/ she will have to fill a separate information and is subject to the provisions of the Application From in each such case. Act, Statutes, Ordinances, Regulations and relevant Resolutions of the Academic Council/ 5. There shall also be a Common Entrance Test for Executive Council of Jamia. the courses shown below:2. Admission to all courses shall be done through i). PG Diploma in Digital Cartography/PG an Entrance Test (85% weightage) and Interview Diploma in Remote Sensing & GIS Applications. (15% weightage). Note: Application Forms for the above courses are3. All seats in all Undergraduate Courses offered by to be submitted in the office of the Head, the Faculty of Humanities & Languages, Social Department of Geography, JMI Sciences and Natural Sciences shall be filled ii). Master of Computer Application (MCA)/ through Common Entrance Tests conducted for PGDCA. different groups of subjects as detailed below: Note: Application Forms for the above courses are a) Social Sciences to be submitted in the office of the Head, Group – I BBS/B.Com/B.A. (Hons.)Economics/ Department of Computer Sciences, JMI BACA iii). M. A. in Conflict Analaysis & Peace Building/ Group – II B.A./B.A. (Hons.) Sociology/Political M.A. in Social Exclusion & Inclusive Policy/M.A. Science/ Psychology/ Geography/ History/ Social in Media Governance/ M.A. in Comparative Work/ Hotel Management, Travel & Tourism Religions/M.A. in Early Childhood Development.Note: Application Forms for the above courses are Note: Application Forms for the above courses are to be submitted in the office of the Dean, to be submitted in the office of the Director Faculty of Social Sciences, JMI Nelson Mandela Centre for Peace & Conflict Resolution, JMI b) Humanities & Languages 6. An Application Form, for a group of up to four B.A. (Hons.) Arabic/English/Hindi/Islamic (4) courses in which a Common Entrance Test will Studies/Mass Media Hindi/Persian/Urdu be conducted, as mentioned in Para 3 and 5 above, may be obtained by paying Rs. 300/- only.Note: Application Forms for the above courses are to be submitted in the office of the Dean, 7. Candidates (execpt SC/ST) obtaining less than Faculty of Humanities & Languages, JMI 33% marks in undergraduate and diploma courses c) Natural Sciences and 36% marks in postgraduate courses in the Entrance Test (except BDS) will not be eligible Group – I B. Sc./B. Sc. (Instrumentation)/B. Sc. for Interview. However, the candiates belonging (Hons.) Physics/Chemistry/B.A./B. Sc. (Hons.) to the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes will Mathematics. be given a relaxation to the extent of 5% in the minimum prescribed marks to qualify the Entrance Group – II B. Sc. Biosciences/Biotechnolgoy. Test to make them eligible to be called forNote: Application Forms for the above courses are Interview. to be submitted in the office of the Dean, 8. The candidates (except SC/ST) obtaining less than Faculty of Natural Sciences, JMI 50% marks for all categories of the applicants and4. The applicants may apply for up to a maximum the SC/ST obtaining less than 40% of marks in of four (04) courses from one of the group of the Entrance Test will not be eligible to be called subjects referred in Para 3 above by filling a single for interview for admission to BDS course. 3
  • 8. 9. There will be no negative marking in the Entrance 16. Online application forms for admission can also Test in any course of Jamia Millia Islamia. be downloaded from Jamia website (http:// www.jmi.ac.in). 10. All applicants for admission to any course in Jamia shall have to appear in both Entrance Test & 17. No candidate shall be entitled to claim admission Interview. as a matter of right. 11. The absence of a candidate in either of the test/ 18. Admission to any course of the Jamia can be interveiw will forfeit his/her claim for admission. cancelled, at any time, if any information furnished by the candidate at the time of admission is found 12. No application/request from candidates for to be incorrect. rechecking/re-evaluation of Answer Scripts of Entrance Tests shall be entertained. 19. The candidates, who have appeared at the qualifying examination but whose results have not 13. There is no provision of nomination on any seat been declared may also apply for admission. They by any authority of the Jamia and no application / must, however, submit their results/marks sheet request shall be entertained in this regard. by the last date of admission as per the list in which 14. Students admitted shall be subject to the provisions the name of the student figures. The candidates of of the Act, Statutes, Ordinances and Regulations the Faculty of Engineering & Technology and of the Jamia. Faculty of Dentistry must produce their results/ marks sheet at the time of interview. 15. Jamia reserves the right to make any change/ modification in the provisions made in this 20. The candidates admitted to various courses in Prospectus and the same shall be duly notified. Jamia shall be liable to submit an affidavit on The candidates shall not be informed of any such Rs. 10/- Non-Judicial Stamp Paper certified by change individually. a first class Magistrate assuring not to indulge in any form of ragging, in a form obtainable from the office of the Department/Faculty/ Centre concerned. IMPORTANT NOTE Applicants for the Academic Year 2011-2012 should note that the Jamia Millia Islamia has been declared a Minority Educational Institution under Article 30(1) of the Constitution of India read with Section 2(g) of the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions Act. As a consequence of this, the university admission policy towards the statutory reservation of seats for students applying for admission for 2011-2012 is expected to be modified. The modification to this effect will be notified on the university website: www.jmi.ac.in. Applicants are advised to be vigilant regarding any notification to this effect.4
  • 9. COURSES OFFERED BY THE UNIVERSITY DURING THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2011-2012 TABLE-IS. No. Course Department/ Application Seats/ Last Date Centre Fee (Rs.) Intake for Sub- (Including mission of Entrance Application Test Fee & cost Form of Prospectus) Faculty of Humanities & Languages1. Ph.D. Arabic - - -2. M.A. (Arabic) Arabic 200/- 30 06.05.20113. B.A. (Hons.) Arabic Arabic * 60 04.05.20114. Adv. Diploma in Mod. Arabic Lang. & Arabic 200/- 25 06.05.2011 Translation5. Diploma in Modern Arabic Lang. Arabic 200/- 40 06.05.20116. Certificate in Modern Arabic Lang. Arabic 200/- 50 06.05.20117. Ph.D. English - - -8. M.Phil. (English) English 200/- 15 06.05.20119. M.A. (English) English 200/- 35 06.05.201110. B.A. (Hons.) English English * 60 04.05.201111. Diploma in Translation Proficiency English 200/- 20 06.05.201112. Certificate in Translation Proficiency English 200/- 35 06.05.201113. Ph.D. Hindi - - -14. M.Phil. (Hindi) Hindi 200/- 10 06.05.201115. M.A. (Hindi) Hindi 200/- 30 06.05.201116. B.A. (Hons.) Hindi Hindi * 40 04.05.201117. B.A. (Hons.) Mass Media Writing Hindi Hindi * 40 04.05.201118. P.G.Diploma in Journalism Hindi 200/- 40 06.05.2011 (Hindi Medium) (Self-financing)19. P.G.Diploma in T.V.Journalism Hindi 200/- 40 04.05.2011 (Hindi Medium) (Self-Financing)20. Ph.D. History - - -21. M.Phil. (History) History 200/- 15 06.05.201122. M.A. (History) History 200/- 50 06.05.201123. B.A. (Hons.) History History * 60 05.05.201124. Ph.D. Isl. Studies - - -25. M.A. (Islamic Studies) Isl. Studies 200/- 30 06.05.201126. B.A. (Hons.) Islamic Studies Isl. Studies * 60 04.05.201127. Ph.D. Persian - - -28. M.A. (Persian) Persian 200/- 30 06.05.201129. B.A. (Hons.) Persian Persian * 60 04.05.201130. Adv. Diploma in Modern Persian Persian 200/- 20 06.05.201131. Adv. Diploma in Turkemenian Persian 200/- 10 06.05.201132. Diploma in Modern Persian Persian 200/- 40 06.05.2011 5
  • 10. S. No. Course Department/ Application Seats/ Last Date Centre Fee (Rs.) Intake for Sub- (Including mission of Entrance Application Test Fee & cost Form of Prospectus) 33. Diploma in Kazhaki Persian 200/- 20 06.05.2011 34. Diploma in Turkemenian Persian 200/- 10 06.05.2011 35. Diploma in Pashto Language Persian 200/- 10 05.05.2011 36. Certificate in Modern Persian Persian 200/- 40 06.05.2011 37. Certificate in Kazhaki Persian 200/- 20 06.05.2011 38. Certificate in Turkemenian Persian 200/- 10 06.05.2011 39. Certificate in Pashto Language Persian 200/- 10 05.05.2011 40. Ph.D. Urdu - - - 41. M.Phil. (Urdu) Urdu 200/- 20 06.05.2011 42. M.A. (Urdu) Urdu 200/- 30 06.05.2011 43. B.A. (Hons.) Urdu Urdu * 60 04.05.2011 44. P.G. Diploma in Urdu Mass Media Urdu 200/- 30 06.05.2011 45. B. A. (Hons.) Hotel Management, F/o Hum. & * 30 05.05.2011 Travel and Tourism (BHMTT) Lang. 46. Diploma in Tourism & Travel Mgt. F/o Hum. & 200/- 30 06.05.2011 Lang. 47. Certificate in Tourism & Travel Mgt. F/o Hum. & 200/- 30 06.05.2011 Lang 48. Adv. Diploma in Turkish F/o Hum. & 200/- 20 06.05.2011 Lang 49. Diploma in Turkish F/o Hum. & 200/- 20 06.05.2011 Lang 50. Certificate in Turkish F/o Hum. & 200/- 40 06.05.2011 Lang Faculty of Social Sciences 51. B.A. F/o Soc. Sc. 200/- 50 05.05.2011 52. Ph.D. Commerce - - - 53. M.Com. (Business Mgt.) Commerce 200/- 30 04.05.2011 54. M.I.B. Commerce 200/- 65 04.05.2011 55. B.Com. (Hons.) Commerce * 50 05.05.2011 56. B.B.S. Commerce * 40 05.05.2011 57. Ph.D. Economics - - - 58. M.A. (Economics) Economics 200/- 45 04.05.2011 59. B.A. (Hons.) Economics Economics * 50 05.05.2011 60. B.A. with Comp. Appl. (B.A.C.A.) Economics * 30 05.05.2011 61. Ph.D. Pol. Science - - - 62. M.A. (Political Science) Pol. Science 200/- 45 04.05.2011 63. M.A. (Human Rights & Duties Edu.) Pol. Science 200/- 30 04.05.2011 64. M.A. (Public Administration) Pol. Science 200/- 40 04.05.20116
  • 11. S. No. Course Department/ Application Seats/ Last Date Centre Fee (Rs.) Intake for Sub- (Including mission of Entrance Application Test Fee & cost Form of Prospectus)65. B.A. (Hons.) Political Science Pol. Science * 50 05.05.201166. Ph.D. Psychology - - -67. M.A. ( Applied Psychology) Psychology 200/- 36 04.05.201168. B.A. (Hons.) Psychology Psychology * 40 05.05.201169. Advanced Diploma in Counsel. Psychology Psychology 200/- 25 04.05.201170. Ph.D. Social Work - - -71. M.A. (Social Work) Social Work 200/- 30 04.05.201172. M.A. (Human Resource Mgt.) Social Work 200/- 20 04.05.201173. B.A. (Hons.) Social Work Social Work * 25 05.05.201174. P.G. Diploma in Mgt. of NGOs. Social Work 200/- 45 04.05.201175. Ph.D. Sociology - - -76. M.A. (Sociology) Sociology 200/- 30 04.05.201177. B.A. (Hons.) Sociology Sociology * 40 05.05.201178 Ph. D. Adult & CEE - - -79. B.Lib. & Information Science Lib. & Info. Sc. 200/- 35 06.05.2011 Faculty of Natural Sciences80. B.Sc. F/o Nat. Sc. * 45 04.05.201181. Ph.D. Biosciences - - -82. M.Sc. Biosciences Biosciences 200/- 30 05.05.201183. M.Sc. Biochemistry (S.F.) Biosciences 200/- 20 05.05.201184. B.Sc. Biosciences Biosciences * 40 04.05.201185. Ph.D. Biotechnology - - -86. M.Sc. Biotechnology (S.F.) Biotechnology 200/- 30 05.05.201187. B.Sc. Biotechnology Biotechnology * 25 04.05.201188. Ph.D. Chemistry - - -89. M.Sc. Chemistry Chemistry 200/- 40 05.05.201190. B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry Chemistry * 40 04.05.201191. Ph.D. Comp. Sc. - - -92. M.Sc. Bioinformatics (S.F.) Comp. Sc. 200/- 40 05.05.201193. M.C.A. Comp. Sc. * 50 05.05.201194. P.G. Diploma in Computer Applications Comp. Sc. * 30 05.05.2011 7
  • 12. S. No. Course Department/ Application Seats/ Last Date Centre Fee (Rs.) Intake for Sub- (Including mission of Entrance Application Test Fee & cost Form of Prospectus) 95. Ph.D. Geography - - - 96. M.A./ M. Sc. Geography Geography 200/- 30 05.05.2011 97. B.A./ B.Sc. (Hons.) Geography Geography * 55 05.05.2011 98. P.G. Diploma in Digital Cartography Geography * 15 05.05.2011 99. P.G. Diploma in Remote Sensing Geography * 15 06.05.2011 & GIS Applications 100. Ph.D. Mathematics - - - 101. M.Sc.Tech. (Industrial Math. With Mathematics 200/- 30 05.05.2011 Computer Application) (SF) 102. M.Sc. Math. With Computer Science Mathematics 200/- 40 05.05.2011 103. M.A./ M. Sc. Mathematics (S.F.) Mathematics 200/- 40 05.05.2011 104. B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics Mathematics * 40 04.05.2011 105. B.A. (Hons.) Mathematics Mathematics * 30 04.05.2011 106. Ph.D. Physics - - - 107. M.Tech. (Nanotechnology) (S.F.) Physics 200/- 15 05.05.2011 108. M.Sc. Physics Physics 200/- 35 05.05.2011 109. B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics Physics * 40 04.05.2011 110. B.Sc. Instrumentation (Voc.) Physics * 25 04.05.2011 Faculty of Education 111. Ph.D. Edl. Studies - - - 112. M.Phil. in Education Edl. Studies 200/- 10 30.06.2011 113. M.A. (Edl. Planning & Admin.) Edl. Studies 200/- 10 17.06.2011 114. M.Ed. Edl. Studies 200/- 25 21.06.2011 115. M.Ed. (Elementary Education) Edl. Studies 200/- 20 23.06.2011 116. P.G. Diploma in Edl. Mgt. (S.F.) Edl. Studies 200/- 10 17.06.2011 117. Ph.D. TTNFE-IASE - - 118. M.A. (Education) TTNFE-IASE 200/- 15 30.06.2011 119. M.Ed. (Special Education) TTNFE-IASE 200/- 15 30.06.2011 120. B.Ed. TTNFE-IASE 500/- 200 19.05.2011 121. B.Ed. (Nursery Education) TTNFE-IASE 200/- 30 28.06.2011 122. B.Ed. (Special Education) TTNFE-IASE 200/- 30 28.06.2011 123. Diploma in ETE TTNFE-IASE 500/- 100 12.05.20118
  • 13. S. No. Course Department/ Application Seats/ Last Date Centre Fee (Rs.) Intake for Sub- (Including mission of Entrance Application Test Fee & cost Form of Prospectus) Faculty of Engineering & Technology124. Ph.D. ( Civil / Electrical / Mechanical / Respective - - - Electronics & Communication / Computer Departments Engg. / Applied Sc. & Humanities125. M.Sc. Electronics Applied Science 550/- # 30 16.05.2011 & Humanities126. M.Tech. in Environmental Science & Civil 550/- # 15 16.05.2011 Engineering (Part-Time) Engineering127. B.Tech. (Civil/Mechanical/Electrical/ F/o Engg. & 550/- # 350 05.05.2011 Electronics & Communication/Computer) Tech. (70 each)128. B.E. (Civil/Mech./Elect./ Electronics & F/o Engg. & 550/- # 350 13.10.2011 Communication/Computer) (Evening) Tech. (70 each)129. M.B.A (Evening) F/o Engg. & 550/- # 70 13.10.2011 Tech.130. M.Tech.(Electrical Power System & Electrical 550/- # 18 16.05.2011 Management) Engg.131. M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical 550/- # 18 16.05.2011 (Machine Design, Thermal Engg., Engineering Production and Industrial Engg.)132. M. Tech. in Earthquake Engineering Civil Engineering 550/-# 18 16.05.2011 University Polytechnic133. Diploma Engg.(Civil/Computer/ University 550/- # 300 05.05.2011 Electrical/Electronics/Mechanical(Regular) Polytechnic (60 each)134. Diploma Engg. (Civil/Computer/ Universtiy 550/- # 300 13.10.2011 Electrical/Electronics/Mechanical(Evening) Polytechnic 60 each Faculty of Law135. Ph.D. Law - -136. LL.M Law 200/- 20 02.06.2011137. B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Law 200/- 80 02.06.2011 Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics138. Ph.D. Architecture - -139. M.Arch.(Pedagogy/Medical Architecture/ Architecture 500/- 60 10.06.2011 Building Services/Recreational Architecture/ Urban Regeneration140. M. Ekistics Architecture 500/- 20 10.06.2011141. B. Arch. Architecture 500/- 40 10.05.2011142. B. Arch. (Self-Financing) Architecture 500/- 40 10.05.2011 9
  • 14. S. No. Course Department/ Application Seats/ Last Date Centre Fee (Rs.) Intake for Sub- (Including mission of Entrance Application Test Fee & cost Form of Prospectus) Faculty of Fine Arts 143. MFA Painting/Sculpture/Applied Art Fine Arts 200/- 08+05+08 07.06.2011 144. MFA Art Education/Art History/ Graphic Art Fine Arts 200/- 7+10+8 07.06.2011 145. BFA Applied Art Applied Art 200/- 30 01.06.2011 146. BFA Painting Painting 200/- 20 01.06.2011 147. BFA Sculpture Sculpture 200/- 10 01.06.2011 148. BFA Art Education Art Education 200/- 20 01.06.2011 149. Certificate in Commercial Art/ Applied Art 200/- 20 each 17.06.2011 Photography 150. Certificate in Calligraphy Applied Art 200/- 21 17.06.2011 151. Diploma in Sculpture Sculpture 200/- 10 17.06.2011 152. Certificate in Sculpture Sculpture 200/- 10 17.06.2011 153. Certificate in Painting Painting 200/- 20 17.06.2011 154. Certificate in Art Appreciation Art History 200/- 25 17.06.2011 Faculty of Dentistry 155. Bachelor of Dental Surgery F/o Dentistry 500/- 50 02.05.2011 A.J. Kidwai Mass Communication Research Centre 156. Ph.D. AJK-MCRC - - - 157. M.A. in Mass Communication AJK-MCRC 500/- 50 26.04.2011 158. M.A. in Convergent Journalism AJK-MCRC 500/- 20 26.04.2011 159. P.G. Diploma in Development AJK-MCRC 500/- 40 26.04.2011 Communication 160. P.G. Diploma in Broadcast Technology AJK-MCRC 500/- 20 26.04.2011 161. P.G. Diploma in Still Photography & AJK-MCRC 500/- 20 26.04.2011 Visual Communication 162. P.G. Diploma in Graphics & Animation AJK-MCRC 500/- 20 26.04.2011 M.M. Ali Johar Academy of Third World Studies 163. Ph.D. MMAJ-ATWS - - - 164. M.Phil. MMAJ-ATWS 200/- 20 07.06.2011 165. Diploma in Uzbek MMAJ-ATWS 200/- 10 07.06.2011 166. Certificate in Uzbek MMAJ-ATWS 200/- 20 07.06.2011 167. Certificate in Kyrgyz MMAJ-ATWS 200/- 10 07.06.201110
  • 15. S. No. Course Department/ Application Seats/ Last Date Centre Fee (Rs.) Intake for Sub- (Including mission of Entrance Application Test Fee & cost Form of Prospectus) Centre for Management Studies168. Ph.D. CMS - -169. M.B.A. (Full-Time) CMS 500/- 60 22.04.2011 Centre for Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Sciences170. Ph. D. CPRS - -171. Master in Physiotherapy (MPT – Sports) CPRS 200 10 11.06.2011172. Bachelor of Physiotherapy CPRS 200/- 40 11.06.2011 Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Basic Sciences173. Ph.D. CIRBS - - Nelson Mandela Centre for Peace & Conflict Resolution174. Ph.D. (Peace & Conflict Studies) NM-CPCR - -175. M.A. in Conflict Analysis & Peace Building NM-CPCR * 40 14.05.2011 Centre for the Study of Comparative Religions & Civilisations176. Ph.D. CSCRC - -177. M.Phil. CSCRC 200/- 20 17.06.2011178. M.A. in Comparative Religions CSCRC * 35 14.05.2011 Dr. K.R. Narayanan Centre for Dalit & Minorities Studies179. Ph.D. KRN-CDMS - -180. M.A. in Social Exclusion & Inclusive Policy KRN-CDMS * 30 14.05.2011 Centre for Spanish & Latin American Studies181. M. Phil. in European Studies/ CSLAS 200/- 8 20.06.2011 Latin Amercian Studies182. Adv. Diploma in Spanish CSLAS 200/- 30 20.06.2011183. Adv. Diploma in Portuguese CSLAS 200/- 15 20.06.2011184. Adv. Diploma in French CSLAS 200/- 25 20.06.2011185. Adv. Diploma in Russian CSLAS 200/- 10 20.06.2011186. Adv. Diploma in Italian CSLAS 200/- 25 20.06.2011187. Diploma in Spanish CSLAS 200/- 40 20.06.2011188. Diploma in Portuguese CSLAS 200/- 20 20.06.2011189. Diploma in French CSLAS 200/- 40 20.06.2011190. Diploma in Russian CSLAS 200/- 20 20.06.2011 11
  • 16. S. No. Course Department/ Application Seats/ Last Date Centre Fee (Rs.) Intake for Sub- (Including mission of Entrance Application Test Fee & cost Form of Prospectus) 191. Diploma in Italian CSLAS 200/- 30 20.06.2011 192. Diploma in Catalan CSLAS 200/- 15 20.06.2011 193. Certificate in Spanish CSLAS 200/- 50 20.06.2011 194. Certificate in Portuguese CSLAS 200/- 30 20.06.2011 195. Certificate in French CSLAS 200/- 50 20.06.2011 196. Certificate in Russian CSLAS 200/- 30 20.06.2011 197. Certificate in Italian CSLAS 200/- 40 20.06.2011 198. Certificate in Catalan CSLAS 200/- 20 20.06.2011 Centre for West Asian Studies 199. Ph.D. CWAS - - 200. M.Phil CWAS 200/- 15 30.06.2011 Centre for Jawahar Lal Nehru Studies 201. Ph.D. CJNS - - 202. M.Phil CJNS 200/- 8 30.06.2011 Centre for Culture, Media & Governance 203. Ph.D. CCMG - - 204. M.A. in Media Governance CCMG * 25 14.05.2011 India Arab Cultural Centre 205. P.G. Diploma in Iranology (Part-Time) IACC 200/- 20 24.06.2011 Centre for Early Childhood Development & Research 206. M.A. in Early Childhood Development CECDR * 15 14.05.2011 NOTE: * For Appplication Fee, refer to Para 6 above. # Rs 600/- for downloaded Form for courses offered by the Faculty of Engineering & Technology. ** Refer to Para-53 “FEE-STRUCTURE OF ALL COURSES” of the Prospectus.12
  • 17. 4. GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION4.1. How to obtain Application Forms: p.m. (except lunch hours) on all working days. The1. Candidates seeking admission to any course (except Jamia remains closed on Saturday and Sunday Ph.D. programme) at Jamia Millia Islamia during besides the holidays recognised by the Jamia. the academic session 2011-2012 may obtain the (ii) Payment of fee by cheque/ IPO/ MO shall not prescribed Application Form along with the be accepted. Prospectus from the University Counter at Jamia Millia Islamia on cash payment (Inclusive of (iii) Demand Drafts in favour of “Jamia Millia Islamia” Entrance Test fee) as shown in Table-I (under the payable only at Delhi/ New Delhi branches will be column Application Fee). accepted.2. The application form may also be downloaded from (iv) The Application Fee is non-refundable and no the Jamia’s website at http://www.jmi.ac.in and correspondence on this subject will be entertained. submitted along with the prescribed fee as (v) Three recent (passport size) colored mentioned above. photographs duly self-attested should be affixed3. The Application Form and Prospectus may also be and covered with transparent tape on the obtained through post by sending crossed Demand application form. The application forms with Draft of an amount as shown in Table-I (under the different photographs are liable to be rejected. column Application Fee) drawn in favour of “Jamia These photographs are to be pasted with gum Millia Islamia” payable at Delhi/ New Delhi along and should not be stapled or pinned. Xerox with a self-addressed envelop of 30x25 c.m. size copies of photographs are not acceptable. affixing postage stamps worth Rs.150/- clearly Note: Applicants for courses offered by Faculty of indicating the name of the course for which the Engineering & Technology should refer to para Application Form is required. The request for 20.8 for instructions. sending a set of Application Form and prospectus should be addressed to the Registrar, Jamia Millia (vi) Candidates are required to fill an application form Islamia, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi - 110025. in his/her own handwriting. If a candidate submits more than one application form for the same course,4. The cost of Prospectus along with the Application his/ her candidature is liable to be rejected. Form for each course includes the Entrance Test Fee. No other fee is required to be submitted at the (vii) The applicants of the B. Tech., Diploma time of submission of the Application Form. Engineering (Regular/Evening), M. Tech. Mechanical Engineering, M. Arch., M. Sc.4.2. Submission of Application Forms for Ph.D. Chemistry Courses should give their choice of programme the branch /specialization in the respective box/ oval as provided in the Application form for theApplication form along with the general guidelines for Admission. The choice or order of preferenceadmission to Ph. D. Programme may be downloaded about various branches as filled by the applicantfrom the Jamia’s website at http://www.jmi.ac.in. The in the Application form for the admission shallduly filled up application form along with a demand be treated as final except for various courses ofdraft of Rs. 1000/- drawn in favour of Jamia Millia Faculty of Engineering & Technology.Islamia is to be submitted in the office of concernedDepartment of studies/Faculty/Centre. (viii)Application Form must be filled in and duly signed by the applicant.4.3. Submission of Application Form (ix) The applicants to all courses under various(i) Application on prescribed form completed in all reserved categories must submit alongwith the respects for all courses should be submitted either application forms attested photocopies of the in person or by post, in the office of the respective certificate of verification of the reserved Faculty/Department/Centre on or before last date category issued by the competent authority. of submission of application form. Admission forms will be accepted between 09:00 a.m. to 04:00 13
  • 18. (x) Incomplete application form (s) shall be summarily Department/ Centre concerned as well as Jamia’s rejected. website. No intimation will be sent to the individual candidates. (xi) Candidates whose results have not been declared, may also apply for admission provided they (iii) Persons accompanying the candidates are not produce the result/ certificate of the qualifying allowed to enter the Examination Centres. examination by the last date of admission as per (iv) Only those candidates who possess a valid Admit the list in which the name of the student figures. Card for Entrance Test shall be permitted to take Any subsequent production of result/ certificate of the Entrance Test. the qualifying examination shall not vest in the candidate any right of admission. (v) The list of the candidates selected for interview shall be displayed in ascending order of their (xii) The last dates for acceptance of application forms Entrance Test Roll No. The lists will be put up on for each of the courses is shown in Table- I and II the Notice Board of the Faculty/ Department/ (Para-54) “ADMISSION SCHEDULE OF Centre concerned as well as on the Jamia’s website COURSES OFFERED BY THE UNIVERSITY on the dates given in the admission schedule. DURING THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2011- 2012” of the Prospectus. (vi) The lists of provisionally selected candidates as well as of those who are on the waiting list, for (xiii)It must be noted that Application Forms will admission will be put on the Notice Boards of the also be accepted by Mail/ Courier at the Faculty/ Department/ Centre concerned as well as concerned Faculty/ Department/ Centre (as Jamia’s website on the dates given in the schedule. shown in Table-I) only, upto the last date of acceptance of forms, as specified in the (vii) In all courses, the admission will be made on the Admission Schedule. Any form received by any basis of merit determined by the aggregate of marks means say Registered Post, Speed Post or by in written test and interview as per weightage given Courier Services, after the last date, as specified below: in the Admission Schedule shall be rejected. • Entrance Test : 85% 4.4. Entrance Test Details / Admission • Interview : 15% Procedure • In case of M.A. Social Work/HRM/Early (i) Admission to all courses of Jamia would be done Childhood Development/MIB: Interview 10% through a written test (85%) and interview (15%). and group discussion 5%. Admission Tests for all courses will be held at • For the courses offered by Faculty of various centres in Jamia. However, in case of Engineering & Technology, please refer to para Faculty of Education and Faculty of Dentistry, the 20. centres will be located at various places in Delhi/ NCR, whereas in case of Faculties of Engineering • For the courses offered by the Faculty of & Technology/Architecture & Ekistics the centres Architecture & Ekistics, please refer to para 22. will be located at Srinagar, Guwahati and Leh • For the courses offered by the Faculty of besides, various places in Delhi/NCR. The Dentistry, please refer to para 24. schedule of Admission Tests of all Courses is given at Table-II (Para-54) “ADMISSION SCHEDULE (viii)Candidates can collect their admit card for the OF COURSES OFFERED BY THE entrance test in person while submitting the UNIVERSITY DURING THE ACADEMIC application form. Those who wish to receive the SESSION 2011-2012” of the Prospectus. same by post may send a self -addressed and duly stamped amount Rs. 25/- envelope (22 cm.x30 cm) (ii) All candidates, including candidates for reserved with the application form. However, the University seats, are required to appear at the Entrance Test shall not be responsible for any postal delays or and Interview in accordance with the admission loss during transit. If the admit card is not schedule shown in Table-II (Para-54). In case of received in time or lost, the candidate may change in the admission schedule, if any, a notice contact the office of the concerned Department/ will be put up on the notice board of the Faculty/ Centre/Faculty along with two recent (passport size) self attested color photographs, and the14
  • 19. receipt issued by the post office for having • In case an intervening period/gap is involved, a dispatched the application form, for getting certificate/ affidavit from a Class 1 Gazetted duplicate Admit Card, at least one-day in Officer/ Notary Public for the entire intervening advance of the date of Entrance Test. period/gap showing candidate’s pre occupation and non indulgence in any criminal activities after For courses offered by the Faculty of leaving the Institution last attended will be required. Engineering & Technology and Dentistry, the Admit Cards/Hall Tickets will be sent to the • Proof of permanent address as declared in the candidates by post. Please also see 20.3.(iii) and Application Form with the name of the Police (24) for other information relating to Admit Station and the District. Cards. (xi) It is the sole responsibility of the candidate to(ix) Candidates called for interview shall be generally ensure his/her eligibility before applying for three times the total number of seats in the course admission to a particular course. No claim of any concerned provided that they have secured at least sort in this matter shall be entertained. 33% marks in the entrance test at Undergraduate (xii) The Syllabus for the Entrance Test can be seen at and Diploma Courses and 36% marks in the Jamia’s website. Postgraduate Courses other than BDS. In case of BDS candidates obtaining less than 50% marks (xiii)Applicants are advised to read all the instructions for all categories of the applicants and the SC/ given in the Prospectus carefully before filling up the Application Form. ST obtaining less than 40% of marks in the Entrance Test will not be eligible to be called 5. RULES RELATING TO for interview. ADMISSION(x) Candidates selected for interview are required to 1. Admission of candidates to all Courses shall be bring their Admit Card issued for Entrance Test subject to clearance from the Proctorial Department and attested true copies along with the original of of Jamia Millia Islamia. the following documents at the time of interview: 2. List of selected candidates shall be displayed on the Notice Board of the Faculty/ Department/• Proof of passing the qualifying examination Centre concerned as well as at the Jamia’s website. together with the marks sheet in accordance with No intimation to the selected candidates will be the eligibility requirements for admission as sent by post. The candidates shall be required to mentioned in this prospectus. get their admission completed by the date given in• Proof of age based on the certificate of High the schedule. School/Secondary School or an equivalent 3. All the candidates are required to submit Transfer examination. Certificate/Migration Certificate in original within• Character Certificate from the institution last 60 days from the date of admission, failing which attended. the admission of the student is liable to be• Experience Certificate for candidates of Evening/ cancelled. Part time Courses. Self-employed candidates shall 4. If a candidate fails to complete the admission provide authentic evidence in support of their self formalities by the prescribed date, he/she will employment. automatically forfeit his/her right of admission.• Proof of entitlement for a particular reserved 5. Admission of a candidate may be cancelled at any category issued by the competent authority. time, if any information furnished by the candidate• No objection Certificate from present employer for at the time of admission is found to be incorrect or candidates of evening/Part-time courses or that the candidate has been wrongly admitted due sponsored candidates. to any reason.• Certificate from an M.B.B.S. doctor or govt. 6. The admission of a candidate will not be completed hospital certifying blood group (after final selection unless he/she has an Identity Card issued by the of the candidate). Proctor ’s Office. Admission is liable to be 15
  • 20. cancelled, if a student does not have an Identity to be charged provided the dues are cleared within Card issued and entered in the Proctor’s Office one months. After this, the name of student shall register within the stipulated time. be struck off from the rolls and he/she may be re- 7. No candidate will be allowed to take up a job while admitted after getting permission from the Vice- pursuing a full time Course. Those, who are Chancellor with and additional late fee of Rs. 500. employed at the time of admission, will be required 14. In case the re-admission formalities could not be to produce a certificate of leave from their employer completed by a student due to the reason of the within one month from the date of admission failing non-declaration of the result, he/she may be which their admission will be cancelled. provisionally allowed to attend the classes. 8. No candidate, studying a regular full time Course 15. Jamia Millia Islamia recognizes the approved in Jamia will be allowed to take any other regular degrees of all central universities, state universities, examination, except courses under Career Oriented institutions of national importance and reputed Programmes of UGC, simultaneously either from foreign universities, provided that their equivalence Jamia or any other university/Institution etc. has been established by the Association of Indian 9. A student of any course who could not appear in Universities (AIU). Besides, the university also the examination due to shortage of attendance or recognizes certain qualifications from the reputed any other reason or who fails in the examinations madrasas as well, the details of which are given in may be given re-admission in the same class of para 55 of the prospectus. that course in the next academic session. 16. A student shall not ordinarily be allowed to change 10. A candidate, who has taken admission to any the optional/subsidiary subject(s) of a course, unless Course as a full time regular student will forfeit the same is applied for and permitted within four his/her right as an ex-student in Jamia and will not weeks from the date of admission. Such applications be allowed to appear at any Examination of Jamia should be submitted to the Dean of the Faculty with as an ex-student, except in the case of improvement. the consent of the Head(s) of the Department(s) concerned. 11. Candidate seeking admission for regular courses after a gap of three or more academic years after 17. The verification process of students admitted taking Certificate/ Diploma/ Degree/ Post-Graduate in various courses of the University shall be done Degree, may be considered for admission by the by the office of the Dean of the concerned Admission Review Committee consisting of the Faculty/Centre after completing admission Shaikh-ul-Jamia (Vice-Chancellor), the Dean, process and in case any discrepancy, Students’ Welfare, the Dean of the Faculty appropriate police/criminal action shall be taken concerned, the Head of the Department concerned, against the erring students. and the Proctor. 12. The admission to all courses will be granted only 6. RESERVATION OF SEATS to those applicants whose result of the qualifying 6.1. General Guidelines examinations are completed in all respect by the (i) Seats in various courses shall be reserved or special last date of admission as per the list in which the provisions be made for certain categories of name of applicant figures. The candidates of the candidates, and procedure to be adopted for purpose Faculty of Engineering &Technology and Faculty of admission as per details given below or as may be of Dentistry must produce their results/marks sheet decided from time to time by the Majlis-I-Talimi at the time of interview. (Academic Council). 13. Re-admission: All the students other than those (ii) Candidates seeking admission under the reserved of 1st year/Ist Semester of a Course must complete categories shall be required to fulfil the prescribed re-admission within 15 days from the date of admission requirement of the course. commencement of academic session/by the prescribed date, whichever is later. In case of failure (iii) The relaxation in the minimum prescribed to pay the fee as mentioned above, an additional percentage of marks in the qualifying examination amount of: (i) Rs. 100/- to be charged, provided for admission to a course shall be permissible only the dues are cleared within 10 days, (ii) Rs. 500/- in one of the categories.16
  • 21. (iv) If a candidate in the reserved category qualifies for (v) An Application Form received without the admission in the general category he/she shall be certificate of varification of the claimed category transferred to the general category. is liable to be rejected.(v) The relaxation of marks as given in para 7.1.3, (vi) The vacant seats of SC/ST which can not be filled, 7.2.1 and 7.3.1 below will not be applicable to due to non-availability of either Scheduled Caste the candidates applying for admission to the or Scheduled Tribe candidates or both, with the courses offered by the Faculty of Architecture pass marks in the entrance test, if any, may be & Ekistics, Engineering & Technology and thrown open to the general category in that year Dentistry and the part-time/evening courses. after notification and obtaining concurrence of the Special Commission for Scheduled Castes/Tribes6.2. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes of the University Grants Commission and Ministry 22.5 % of seats in all courses will be reserved for of Human Resource Development. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates 6.3. Persons with Disabilities in the following order: 3% seats in all courses will be reserved for physically(i) 15% of seats will be reserved for Scheduled Castes challenged persons in accordance with the Persons with and 7.5 % for Scheduled Tribes. Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act 1995. Candidates under this(ii) The reservation, as mentioned in sub-para 6.2(i) category will be given relaxation to the extent of 5% above, is interchangeable i.e. if sufficient number marks in the qualifying examination. Person suffering of candidates are not available to fill up the seats from not less than forty percent (40%) of any disability reserved for Scheduled Tribes, they may be filled as certified by a competent medical authority, would be up by suitable candidates from Scheduled Castes considered for admission under this category. and Vice-versa. It is clarified that the maximum prescribed period(s) for(iii) Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and passing the examination of a Course shall be extended Scheduled Tribes will be given relaxation to the by two years in case of Physically Challenged persons. extent of 5% in the aggregate of marks obtained in However, in appropriate and very exceptional cases, the the qualifying examination. In case of Bachelor of Shaikhul Jamia (Vice-Chancellor) may further extend Dental Surgery (BDS) refer Para 24.1. (ii). the said period by another period of one year in case of Visually Challenged persons only.(iv) The applicant in this category must submit at the time of interview a certificate of verification from 6.4. Internal (Jamia) Students one of the following authorities: 25% seats in all courses will be filled by internal students (a) District Magistrate/ Additional District of Jamia who have passed their qualifying examination Magistrate/ Collector/ Deputy Commissioner/ from the Jamia provided they fulfil the minimum Additional Deputy Commissioner/Deputy requirements for the course and qualify the prescribed Entrance Test(s), unless otherwise specified. Collector/First Class Stipendiary Magistrate/ City Magistrate (not below the rank of First NOTE: Students permitted to appear in various Class Stipendiary Magistrate)/ Sub-Divisional examinations of Jamia as Private Candidates/Distance Magistrate/ Taluka Magistrate/ Executive Mode, shall not be entitled for consideration under the Magistrate/Extra Assistant Commissioner. internal (Jamia) category. (b) Chief Presidency Magistrate/ Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate/Presidency Magistrate/ 7. SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar. ADMISSIONS (c) Sub-Divisional Officer of the area where the 7.1. Outstanding Players candidate and/or his/her family normally 1. A specified number of seats not exceeding 5% in resides. both the under-graduate and post-graduate courses (d) Administrator/Secretary to Administrator/ may be earmarked by the Academic Council for Development Officer (Locative and Minicoy admission of outstanding players and sports Islands). persons, who have represented their Universities/ 17
  • 22. Region/State, provided that they fulfill the 3. The relaxation of marks on the basis of N.C.C. minimum eligibility requirements prescribed for Certificate shall be permissible only on the seeking admission to various Courses. production of a certificate duly verified by the N.C.C. Officer of the Jamia. 2. Such students will be nominated by the Shaikhul Jamia (Vice-Chancellor) over and above the seats 7.3. N.S.S. Volunteers allotted to each Course, on the recommendation of 1. N.S.S. Volunteers, who have attended two 10 days’ the Games and Sports Committee. Special Camps and one National Integration Camp or Republic Day Camp may be given a relaxation 3. Relaxation to the extent of 5% of marks in the of 2% marks in the aggregate or in subject aggregate or in the subject concerned, as the case concerned as the case may be, for admission to all may be, will be given to such candidates. Courses (excluding, part-time/evening courses). 4. There shall be no such provision of admission for 2. Relaxation of marks given on the basis of N.S.S. outstanding sports persons in courses in the certificates shall be permissible only on the Faculties of Engineering & Technology, production of relevant certificates duly verified by Architecture & Ekistics, Dentistry and the Centre the N.S.S. Programme Coordinator of the Jamia. for Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, and in such other courses as prescribed by Academic • The above relaxations are subject to provisions of Para 6.1 (v) Council from time to time. 7.4. Kashmiri Migrants 5. Undertaking from the sportsmen/ sportswomen: 1. Kashmiri migrants need to apply and go through (a) All the sports persons selected for admission the complete process of admission. Their admission under sports quota, shall have to give an will be considered over and above the total number affidavit for their conduct/ participation in of seats but not exceeding one seat in technical/ practice/ representing university team on being professional courses and in other courses not selected to do so, before they are admitted. exceeding 5% of the total seats in a course. (b) All the original sports certificates shall be kept 2. The candidates seeking concession in admission in the custody of Office of the Games and Sports under this category will be required to submit for at least one year. The Director, Physical certificates in support of their claim of being Education shall get the certificates of at least Kashmiri migrants obtainable from the registered 10% of the candidates admitted under sports Divisional Commissioner, Govt. NCT of Delhi, quota verified from the authority issuing the New Delhi. certificates. 8. IDENTITY CARD (c) At the time of submission of sports form, a trial slip containing the photograph of the player The admission of a candidate will not be completed shall be issued which the candidate has to bring unless he/she has an Identity Card issued by the Proctor’s at the time of the trial. Office. The admission is liable to be cancelled, if a student does not have an Identity Card issued and 7.2. N.C.C. Cadets entered in the Proctor’s Office Register within a 1. Relaxation to the extent of 5% of marks in the month of admission. aggregate or in subject concerned, as the case may be, will be given to N.C.C. cadets having 9. HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION the following N.C.C. Certificates for admission to all Courses (excluding, part-time/evening 1. Limited Hostel Accommodation for the students courses). exists at present. • “A” or “B” Certificate for admission to 2. The students desirous to be admitted in the hostels undergraduate courses. should contact Provost, Halls of Residence Boys/ • “C” Certificate for admission to Postgraduate Girls, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Courses. 3. Students allotted hostels are required to pay fees 2. Students admitted on the basis of N.C.C. shall and other hostel charges the details of which are have to continue in the N.C.C. at least for one provided in the Hostel Bye-laws and notifications year.18
  • 23. issued from time to time which may be obtained 5. Attendance of the students shall be counted from from the Office of the Provost (Boys/Girls) against the date of the commencement of classes. payment of prescribed cost. 6. If a student is found to be continuously absent from4. No hostel facility is available for part-time/evening, the class without information for a period of 30 distance mode and private candidates of any days or more (15 days in case of Faculties of Course. Engineering & Technology/Architecture & Ekistics/Education/Dentistry) his/her name shall be 10. ATTENDANCE struck off the rolls.1. Students shall be required to be regular in their 7. The statement of attendance will be displayed on classes and attend not less than 75% of the the Notice Board of the Faculty/Department/Centre aggregate of lectures/ tutorials/ practicals of all after every two months. Students are required to compulsory/ optional/ honours and subsidiary keep themselves acquainted with regard to the subjects in order to be eligible to appear in the position of their attendance. examinations. In the case of B.A. (Hons.) Social 8. A relaxation to the maximum extent of 15% of the Work, M.A. Social Work and M.A. HRM the total attendance shall be accorded to student on students shall be required to fulfill this requirement account of sickness, participation in official separately for theory classes and field work and functions of N.C.C., N.S.S., University Sports and the attendance of the two components shall not be prescribed educational tours/field trips/field work merged. on such terms and conditions as prescribed in the2. A student must pay his/her fees and obtain his/her relevant Ordinance. The request for any such admission slip. This must be presented to concerned relaxation must be sent to the Dean of the Faculty/ teachers in order to get the name included in the Head of the Department/Director of the Centre attendance register of the subject concerned. within 15 days of the function/activity.3. If a student does not get his name registered in the classes within 30 days of depositing the fee, 11. STUDENTS DISCIPLINE his admission shall stand cancelled. No requests for re-admission shall be entertained. Discipline includes the observance of good conduct and orderly behaviour by the students of the University. The4. In case of B. A. LL.B. (Hons.), as per the following and such other rules as framed by the requirements of the Bar Council of India, no student University from time to time shall be strictly observed shall be allowed to take the End Semester by the students of Jamia: Examination in a subject if the student concerned has not attended a minimum of 70% of the classes 1. Every student of Jamia shall maintain discipline held in the subject concerned as also in the moot and consider it his/her duty to behave decently at court room exercises, tutorials and practical training all places. Men students shall, in particular, show conducted in the subject taken together. due courtesy and regard to women students. Provided that if a student for any exceptional 2. No student shall visit places or areas declared by reasons fails to attend 70% of the classes held in the Proctor as “Out of Bounds” for the students. any subject, the Vice-Chancellor on the 3. Every student shall always carry his / her Identity recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty may Card issued by the Proctor. Every student, who allow the student to take the examination if the has been issued the Identity Card shall have to student concerned attended at least 65% of the produce or surrender the Identity Card, as and classes held in the subject concerned and attended when required by the Proctorial Staff, Teaching 70% of classes in all the subjects taken together. and Library Staff and the Officials of the Provided further that a list of such students allowed University. to take the Examination with reasons recorded be 4. Any student found guilty of impersonation or of forwarded to the Bar Council of India. The above giving a false name or found guilty of forgery shall exclusion is subject to other conditions and be liable to disciplinary action. requirements laid down by the Academic Council from time to time. 19
  • 24. 5. The loss of the Identity Card, whenever it occurs, (xiv)Refusing to produce or surrender the Identity Card shall immediately be reported in writing to the as and when required by Proctorial and other Staff Proctor. of the University; 6. Ragging in any form is prohibited in the (xv) Any other conduct anywhere, which is considered University and those found indulging in act(s) to be unbecoming of a student. Students found of ragging shall be punished. guilty of breach of discipline shall be liable to such punishment, as FINE, CAMPUS BAN, 11.1. Breach of Discipline, inter-alia, shall EXPULSION, OR RUSTICATION. Include: (xvi) However, no such punishment shall be imposed (i) No Smoking, Mobile Phone or eatables are allowed on an erring student unless he is given a fair chance inside the studios/control room, editing rooms or to defend himself. This shall not preclude the classrooms. Students shall maintain professional Shaikhul Jamia (Vice-Chancellor) from suspending decorum and consider it their duty to behave an erring student during the pendency of decently at all times and places. No instances of disciplinary proceedings against him. misbehaviour or sexual harassment shall be tolerated. The rules for discipline and classroom (xvii)All powers relating to discipline and disciplinary behaviour will be given at the time of admission. action in relation to student shall vest in Shaikhul Jamia (Vice-Chancellor). However, the Shaikhul (ii) Irregularity in attendance, persistent idleness or Jamia (Vice-Chancellor) may delegate all or any negligence or indifference towards the work of his powers as he deems proper to the Proctor or assigned; to the Discipline Committee as the case may be or (iii) Causing disturbance to classes, offices, libraries, any other functionary of the University. auditoriums, play grounds etc. ; (xviii)Powers relating to discipline/misconduct shall be (iv) Disobeying the instructions of teachers or the regulated by Statute 31 read with Section 30 of authorities; J.M.I. Act, 1988. (v) Misconduct or misbehavior of any nature at the (xix)All admissions shall be subject to vetting of past time of elections to the student bodies or at conduct of the applicant by the Proctorial meetings or during curricular or extra-curricular Department of the University. activities of the University; Note: In order to maintain peace and to ensure academic (vi) Misconduct or misbehavior of any nature at the stability on the Campus, the character antecedents Examination Centre; of all applicants shall be duly scrutinised by the Proctorial Department of the University. Jamia (vii) Misconduct or misbehavior of any nature towards Millia Islamia reserves the right to deny applicants a teacher or any employee of the University or any with tainted record of indiscipline, admission(s) visitor to the University; on the rolls of the University. (viii)Causing damage to spoiling or disfiguring the property/ equipment of the University; 11.2. Rules and regulations regarding Care of (ix) Inciting others to do any of the aforesaid acts; Equipment: (x) Giving publicity to misleading accounts or rumours Equipment is an important resource of the University. It amongst the students; is highly expensive and hard to replace. Rules for issue, handling and return of equipment will be prescribed from (xi) Mischief, misbehavior and / or nuisance committed time to time which students would be required to follow by the residents of the hostels; strictly. In particular, the following discipline in the (xii) Visiting places or areas declared by the Proctor as matter of handling the equipment will be observed by out of bounds for the students; all students: (xiii)Not carrying the Identity Card issued by the Proctor (i) Equipment will be issued by the Stores officer without any valid reason; to the students on due authorization by the teacher concerned.20
  • 25. (ii) Each student to whom equipment has been (xii) Cost of any damage by a student to the issued will sign a receipt. equipment of the Jamia will be determined by the Jamia and realised within the time (iii) Equipment issued from Technical stores is not prescribed by the authorities. Failure to make transferable. Any physical damage to goods the loss would lead to cancellation of equipment will be the direct responsibility of admission. the students/group of students in whose name equipment is issued. (xiii) In case of damage or loss to any equipment by students working in a group, the fine will be (iv) Equipment once issued should be returned to levied collectively on the assigned group. the Stores within the due date of return. Students returning the equipment late will be (xiv) At the time of admission an undertaking will fined. also be taken from the student to this effect. (v) No student will handle equipment without the 12. DR. ZAKIR HUSAIN authorization of a teacher or an instructor. LIBRARY (vi) Booking of in house equipment facilities duly signed by authorized staff should be submitted Dr. Zakir Husain Library is the Central Library of the in advance. University. The Library has a rich collection of about 3.50 lac books, microforms, periodical volumes,(vii) If any booking of equipment/production manuscripts and rare books. The library subscribes to facilities or transport is cancelled by the student 450 print journals and provides access to about 6,000 without proper authorization, the student will full-text e-journals on Sciences, Social Sciences, Arts, be suitably penalized. Humanities, Islamic Studies, Law, Engineering and Technology through 26 major e-databases. Besides, there(viii) Students must immediately inform the are specialized subject collections in some Faculty and maintenance staff and teacher, of any faults they Centre Libraries. experience while handling the equipment. The library has online catalogue of its collections, and (ix) Students will use the equipment or any other provides automated circulation. The library provides facility strictly for making programmes inter-library loan services, and is a member of Delnet, assigned to them by their teachers. In no case Inflibnet, British Library and American Centre Libraries. are they allowed to use the equipment for The library’s Digital Resource Centre provides access making programmes for outside agencies. to the e-journals, e-thesis (Jamia) and other e-resources. Breach of this instruction will be treated as The library facilities are open to all bonafide students breach of discipline and render a student liable of Jamia. The students are advised to enroll for to severest disciplinary action. membership and obtain bar-coded library cards. (x) If a student loses or damages equipment issued to him or her, he or she should immediately 13. FINANCIAL SUPPORT inform the office i.e. Stores/Faculty/ Administration giving full details of SYSTEM circumstances leading to the loss or damage of The University offers a number of scholarships, both to equipment. undergraduate and postgraduate students. Most of these scholarships are merit based. However, support is also (xi) Student who has lost or damaged the equipment available to students belonging to economically weaker will be required to replace it within reasonable sections of the society through the Students Aid Fund. time, the identical piece(s) or part of the The office of the Dean, Students’ Welfare also processes equipment or pay the current market value of various scholarships instituted by state governments for the equipment. Failing this, student will not be students belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled permitted to attend the classes and he/she will Tribes as well as those instituted by Private Trusts and not be allowed to appear in the examination Foundations. Further details of these scholarships are and his/her admission will also be cancelled. available on the university website as also with the office Simultaneously, the loss or theft of equipment of the Dean, Students’ Welfare. The students of distance will be reported to the police. 21
  • 26. mode and part-time courses are not eligible for b) Admission Fee Scholarships/ Aid Fund. c) Sessional/ Syllabus Fee d) Examination Fee e) Subject Association Fee 14. GENERAL RULES f) Caution Money REGARDING FEES AND (ix)(a) Regarding Fees, other than courses based on ACCOUNTS Semester System (except Ist year): (i) Fees shall be accepted by the bankers of the Jamia (i) Without Late Fee: Within 15 days from the date in cash and not by cheques. Demand Draft will be of commencement of the academic session or accepted by the Cash Section, Finance & Accounts by the prescribed date, whichever is later, Office, JMI. (ii) All fees are payable in lump sum at the time of (ii) With a Late Fee of Rs.100/-: Within 10 days admission. Course-wise Fees is shown at Para 53. from the date given on the ‘fee-slip’, (iii) Part payment is not allowed except in those courses, (iii) With a Late Fee of Rs. 500/-: Within one month which have notified this facility in the prospectus. from the date of commencement of the academic session or by the prescribed date, (iv) After completing all admission formalities for 1st whichever is later, year, if a student changes his/her course of studies, full fee for the new course shall be paid by the (iv) If the fee is not deposited within the time limit student by the prescribed date of new course, fixed at clause his/her name will be struck off however the deposited full fee of old course may from the rolls but he/she may only be re- be refunded. admitted after getting permission from the (v) In case of cancellation of admission within a month, Vice-Chancellor with an additional late fee all charges except admission fee will be refunded. of Rs. 500/-. However, in case of self-financing courses, 80% (ix) (b) In case of failure to pay fee (except Ist semester) of the fees will be refunded. In other cases, the in courses under semester system within 15 days fees except caution money shall not be refunded/ from the date of commencement of the academic adjusted/ carried over in any circumstances. No session/by the prescribed date, whichever is later, correspondence in this regard will be entertained. additional amount of Rs. 100/- will be charged (No Fee refund is permissible in B. Lib. & provided the dues are cleared within 10 days from Information Science (BLIS) course.) the given date. (vi) If a student does not claim the refund of his/her credit balance within one year of leaving the Jamia, (x) In case of Re-evaluation/Compartment the amount standing to his/her credit shall be Examination: credited to the Central Scholarship Fund. (i) Without Late Fee: Within 15 days from the date (vii) The Caution Money will be refunded only after of announcement of result with the permission examination results are announced. If it remains from the Dean/Director/Principal concerned, unclaimed for more than one year from the date of (ii) After this, he/she may only be re-admitted after announcement of the result, it shall not be refunded getting permission from the Vice-Chancellor. and shall be credited to the Central Scholarship Fund. (xi) In case of failure to pay fee (except Ist year/Ist (viii)Students admitted to the Part-time Evening Courses semester) in respect of the B. A. (Hons.) Social of Advanced Diploma, Diploma and Certificate in Work, M. A. Social Work and M. A. HRM course, addition to full-time course of the Jamia shall be within 15 days from the date of commencement of charged the following fees. the academic session /by the prescribed date, a) Tuition Fee whichever is later, additional amount of Rs. 100/- will be charged provided the dues are cleared within one week. No further opportunity will thereafter22
  • 27. be provided for readmission. Late submission of 15. ADMISSION OF FOREIGN fee in spite of paying the late fee will not entitle the students for seeking any relaxation in STUDENTS/ N.R.Is/ ICCR attendance for either theory classes or fieldwork. SPONSORED CANDIDATES(xii) Fee for activities like educational tour/camps etc. I. PROSPECTUS & APPLICATION FORM are left to the Department to decide considering the number of students and the expenses to be The University Prospectus, stating all admission incurred on tours/camps. No subsidy of any kind guidelines, eligibility criteria and application forms would be available for this activity from Jamia can be accessed on the Jamia Millia Islamia website except where educational tour is a part of syllabus www.jmi.ac.in. and its marks are counted for determining the II. ELIGIBILITY division Eligibility qualifications for international students will(xiii)Dependants of staff members of Jamia shall not be be the same as for Indian students in each course/ required to pay caution money, if a staff member programme. gives guarantee in writing to the effect that the caution money, whenever required to be paid may III. VISA REQUIREMENTS be deducted from his/ her salary. On being granted admission, all applicants (except(xiv)The employees of Jamia and their sons/ daughters/ those applying for research visa) should produce their spouse are exempted from the payment of tuition Students Visa within one month of completion of fee and medical fee except in self-financed courses admission formalities. (Ph.D. applicants must have a and courses with differential fee. valid RESEARCH VISA when they come to complete admission formalities).(xv) The fee given in the prospectus is only for one IV. CATEGORIES OF FOREIGN STUDENTS academic year and enhancement of fee will be applicable to all the concerned classes of different years.(xvi)Old Students shall pay the fee as per prospectus issued for the current academic session.(xvii) The fee from the old students who are admitted in such courses, which do not exist presently, shall be governed by the old prospectus.(xviii)If the last date for payment of fees falls on holiday, the fees shall be paid on the next working day without fine.(xix)Fee deposited through prescribed fee slip within due date (given on fee-slip) shall be accepted for the purpose of admission. No correspondence shall be entertained for refund/adjustment etc., If payment was not made on proper fee slip issued by the authorised office and / or without due date.NOTE: All fees and charges, wherever given in the Prospectus, are subject to revision even during the academic session 2011-2012. 23
  • 28. 1. ICCR applicants - These are nominated/ and visa etc. to the Office of the Foreign Students’ sponsored by Government of India under Advisor, Department of English, Jamia Millia Islamia, various Cultural Schemes of the Indian Council New Delhi-110025 (E-mail: fsa@jmi.ac.in) for Cultural Relations (ICCR). Candidates are advised to contact the nearest Indian Diplomatic 10% of supernumerary seats shall be earmarked for Mission for necessary information about these foreigners. scholarships. An applicant shall be considered a “Foreigner” on 2. General applicants - These are applicants who satisfying the following terms and conditions: - qualify for admission after clearing the regular (i) Possess a valid foreign passport. entrance test and interview. The fee structure is indicated in the relevant table of fees. (ii) Possess a valid visa issued by a competent authority of the Indian Government clarifying The forms on which to apply shall be the same the reasons of his/her stay in the country. as those for the Indian nationals and shall be available at the sale counter of the university. All foreign applicants and NRIs have to be declared The form can also be downloaded from the medically fit by the Medical Officer of the Dr. Ansari website of the university. A bank draft of the Health Centre. prescribed fee, mentioned in the University Prospectus, is required to be posted with NRIs An applicant shall be considered an NRI on downloaded forms. The form should be satisfying the following condition: submitted to the Head/Dean of the concerned Department/Faculty by the last date mentioned The term”Non-Resident Indian” shall be as per the in the Prospectus for Indian students. Income Tax Law. However, notwithstanding any amendment in such laws, all rights, obligations and 3. Supernumerary applicants - These are duties flowing and subsisting at the time of submission applicants who fulfill the eligibility criteria of of application shall be respected and mandated till the Course of their choice but do not wish to finalization of the course applied for. appear for the entrance test and interview. The admission shall be given purely on the basis of The following documents required with the the marks obtained in the qualifying application form: examination. The fee structure is indicated in (i) Copy of passport of parent working abroad the relevant table of fees. For Ph. D. applicants, this category does not apply. (ii) Copy of work permit Applicants seeking admission under Supernumerary (iii) Copy of residence permit Category are advised to send their applications on the prescribed form (which can be had from the Office (iv) Letter from the employer of the Foreign Students’ Advisor on payment of Rs. 500/- or can be downloaded from the university (v) Affidavit from the parent for financial website (www.jmi.ac.in). A bank draft of Rs. 500/- is support to be attached with the downloaded application forms (vi) NRI Status certificate issued by the Indian along with translated, attested copies of required Embassy in the concerned country certificates and transcripts, photocopies of passport24
  • 29. V. SCHEDULE FOR ADMISSION1. General (Foreign) Students:ADMISSION SCHEDULE FOR THIS CATEGORY SHALL REMAIN SAME AS FOR INDIAN STUDENTSFOR EACH COURSE/PROGRAMME.2. Supernumerary Category:The applicants are advised to collect their admission 2. Foreign nationals who have a gap of more than 6letter personally or send their authorized representatives years after the qualifying examination shall not beto collect the same from the Office of the Foreign eligible to apply for the regular courses of theStudents Advisor. university. This shall not apply to Ph.D. applicants. 3. Foreign students seeking admission underVI. Ph.D. ADMISSION supernumerary category may be given admissionThe admission processes in Ph. D. starts in July and without asking them for a certificate/affidavitJanuary each year. The schedule of admission and the regarding the gap after passing their lastguidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website accordingly. examination.(i) The forms shall be submitted to the concerned 4. Applicants should fulfill the minimum eligibility Faculty/centre/department. conditions prescribed for admissions as per the requirements of the course applied for.(ii) The equivalence shall be verified after qualifying of the entrance test by the Foreign Students Advisor. 5. The course on which eligibility is to be relied upon must be included in the list of the Association of(iii) If a candidate found eligible for admission to Ph.D. Indian Universities (AIU). programme he/she shall apply for Research Visa. 6. In case the University/Board is not included in the The form is available with the Office of the Foreign said list, the candidate has to obtain and submit an Students Advisor. This form should be filled in 6 Equivalence Certificate to this effect from the sets (6 copies of Certificate of Affiliation, 6 copies Association of Indian Universities. of form for Approval and 6 copies of synopsis). A duly filled form will come to the FSA Office after 7. All attestation must be done by the concerned the signature of Head and Dean of the concerned Embassy/High Commission/Consulate of the department/faculty and will go to the Ministry relevant country in India. Documents without through the Registrar OR can be submitted to attestation shall be summarily rejected. Indian Embassy in the concerned country by the 8. Foreign students (except Ph.D. students) admitted candidate himself/herself. It takes minimums a in Jamia shall produce STUDENT VISA within period of 4 months. one month of completion of admission. In case of(iv) Under no circumstances can the topic of research failure to obtain a visa within the stipulated period, be changed after the approval of H.R.D. Ministry. the admission shall stand cancelled. A copy of this visa is to be submitted in the Office of the Foreign(v) Final admission to a Ph.D. programme is given only Students’ Advisor, JMI. on production of RESEARCH VISA. 9. As per Government of India requirements, foreignVII. GENERAL RULES REGARDING diplomats wishing to study in Jamia Millia Islamia ADMISSION will be required to undergo a change of their visa status i.e. they will be permitted to pursue studies1. Foreign students shall be exempted from on a STUDENT VISA/RESEARCH VISA only compulsory Urdu/Hindi at undergraduate courses. and not on a DIPLOMATIC VISA. 25
  • 30. 10. Candidates applying from their own country should days of joining the course. Bonafide certificates get their transcripts attested by the concerned shall not be issued if this is not complied with. accredited authorized government agency as also 13. Course Material will be provided on payment, if duly certified by the Indian Embassy or Consulate. required. 11. English translation of transcripts, duly attested, 14. Field Studies will be organized as per the decision should be provided wherever necessary. of the Faculty/Centre. 12. All foreign students (old/new) are required to fill a 15. All new foreign students are required to submit a registration form available with the Office of certificate for HIV Test duly attested by the Medical Foreign Students Advisor (FSA), JMI within 15 Officer, Ansari Health Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. VIII. (a) FEE STRUCTURE ICCR Sponsored Candidates Course(s) Developing Countries* Developed Countries* 1. All courses of the University At par with Indian At par with (except BDS) students Indian students General (Foreign) Candidates 2. Ph.D. (all subjects) US $ 1200 p.a. US $ 2500 p.a. 3. All courses of the university (except BDS, science, Professional and courses of AJK MCRC US $ 500 p.a. US $ 1000 p.a. 4. All science & professional courses of the university (except courses of AJK MCRC) US $ 2000 p.a. US $ 2000 p.a. 5. Courses of AJK MCRC US $ 2000 p.a. US $ 3500 p.a. Supernumerary Seats 6. AJK MCRC (All courses) US $ 5000 p.a. US $ 8000 p.a. 7. Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics/ Engineering & Technology (including University Polytechnic) US $ 3500 p.a. US $ 5000 p.a. 8. Non-Professional courses of the Faculty of Natural Sciences US $ 3000 p.a. US $ 3500 p.a. 9. Professional courses of the Faculty of Natural Sciences US $ 3500 p.a. US $ 5000 p.a. 10. Non-Professional courses of the Faculty of Social Sciences/Humanities & Languages US $ 2500 p.a. US $ 3000 p.a. 11. Professional courses of the Faculty of Social Sciences/Humanities & Languages US $ 3500 p.a. US $ 4000 p.a. 12. Faculty of Education and Law US $ 3500 p.a. US $ 4000 p.a. 13. Faculty of Fine Arts US $ 3500 p.a. US $ 5000 p.a. 14. Centre for Physiotherapy & Rehabilition Science US $ 3500 p.a. US $ 5000 p.a. 15. Centre for Management Studies US $ 3500 p.a. US $ 5000 p.a. 16. Non-Professional Certificate/ Diploma/ Advance Diploma courses of all Faculties & Centres. US $ 2000 p.a. US $ 2500 p.a. * The Country classification into Developing and Developed Countries will be based on the critarion adopted by the Planning Commission, Government of India.26
  • 31. NOTE for Supernumerary Category:- 12. If a student does not claim the refund of his/ herAn amount of Rs. 2000/- as admission fee and Rs. 8000/- credit balance within one year of leaving the Jamia,as refundable security shall be charged at the time of the amount standing to his/ her credit shall beadmission. considered to have been donated to the Central Scholarship Fund.(b) RULES FOR FEES & ACCOUNTS 13. Old students shall pay the fee as per prospectus (Foreign Students and NRI’s) issued for the current academic session.1. All fees are payable in lump sum at the time of admission on or before notified Dates. IX. HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION FOR2. NRI candidates shall pay the fee according to the FOREIGN STUDENTS country of their parent’s residence. 1. Jamia Millia Islamia will not be able to provide3. Part payment is not allowed. Hostel facilities to all students seeking admission4. Dollars in the form of currency note/ cheque are under the category of “Foreign Students/ NRIs” not acceptable. on account of very limited availability of hostel5. Security Deposit shall be deposited in cash with accommodation. the Cashier in the Accounts Office. 2. Students seeking hostel admission should contact6. Fee may be deposited in cash equivalent to US $ at Provost (Boys/Girls) Jamia Millia Islamia, New the Indian Bank, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Delhi. It can also be deposited in Jamia’s Accounts Section 3. Hostels fee details may be obtained from the as demand draft made out by Indian Bank, Jamia Provost Offices. The particulars regarding rules, Millia Islamia. fees etc. are given in the Hostel Bye-Laws, which7. In case of cancellation of admission under may be had from the Provost Office against Supernumerary/ Self Financing category is to be payment. made within a month, 80% of the fees will be 4. Limited seats shall be available in the International refunded in Indian Rupees within one year from Boys Hostel for Ph.D. scholars and Postgraduate the date of cancellation. In other cases, the fees students at Noam Chomsky Complex. For details except Security Deposit shall not be refunded/ of fee and admission procedure, students may adjusted/ carried over in any circumstances. No contact to the Office of the Foreign Students’ correspondence in this regard will be entertained. Advisor, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.8. (a) In case of failure to pay fee other than Ph. D. FEE STRUCTURE FOR INTERNATIONAL Scholars, (except in 1st year) within one month BOYS HOSTEL from the date of announcement of result or by the prescribed date, whichever is later, an additional amount of Rs.1000/- will be charged upto 10 days. After this, the name of the student will be struck off from the rolls and he/ she will be re-admitted on payment of an additional Rs.2000/- within two months from the date of announcement of result or by the prescribed date, whichever is later. (b) In case of Ph. D. Scholars fails to pay the annual fee within 15 days of the due date an additional amount of Rs. 1000/- per month will be charge.9. Fees given in the prospectus is only for one academic year.10. All fees and charges are subject to revision.11. Calculation of the arrears of fee will be governed by the rules given in the prospectus of that year for which the fee is being charged. 27
  • 32. X. OTHER INFORMATION University Campus, which transacts all normal banking business for benefits of students, staff and 1. English Language Course faculty members. It is optional for all foreign students in Jamia Millia 8. Registration with the Foreigners Regional Islamia to enroll for the English Language Course Registration Office (FRRO) for foreign students. The Course shall assist them in English speaking and writing skills required for study Upon arrival in India, every foreign student must be in the university. The duration of the course is 2 registered with the FRRO within 14 days from the months. A fee of Rs. 2000/- shall be charged for this date of first entry into India. The FRRO can impose course. heavy fines if this registration is delayed or not done. The following is the address of FRRO: 2. Scholarships EAST BLOCK, NO.-8, LEVEL-II, R.K. PURAM, The university does not have any provision for SECTOR–I, NEW DELHI. scholarships for foreign students. However, some scholarships are granted by the Government of India The following documents are required to be submitted under various schemes. Candidates are advised to for the registration:- contact the nearest Indian Diplomatic Mission for 1. 3 copies of relevant passport page with personal necessary information about these scholarships. details. 3. Climate and Clothing 2. 3 copies of passport page with visa. The university campus is situated in South Delhi. The 3. 3 copies of Bonafide Certificate (to be obtained climate varies considerably through the year. The from FSA office) maximum temperature in summer varies between 400 4. 3 copies of proof of residence (to be obtained from C and 450 C. In the winter, it is in the range of 180 C Provost office) and 220 C. Students, therefore, require warm winter clothing as well as light summer clothing. 5. 2 copies of letter of acceptance from the University. 4. Employment 6. 12 passport size photographs. As per Jamia rules, international students are not 9. Certificates & documents required with the allowed to seek employment in India. application form under Supernumerary Category 5. Ansari Health Center (a) Proof of Date of Birth All resident foreign students in the university campus (b) Translated and attested copy of Mark sheet/ have to be registered with the Ansari Health Centre. provisional certificate (front & back). The Centre shall refer them to hospitals as and when (c) Conduct and character certificate from the necessary. institution last attended. All foreign students shall have to undergo HIV/AIDS (d) Certificate of Medical fitness to be signed by a test done at this Centre. Registered Medical Practitioner holding a degree 6. Assistance on Arrival (ICCR Scholars) not lower than MBBS. HIV test certificate to be submitted at the time of admission. Before leaving for India, students may write to the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Azad Bhawan, (e) Attested copy of passport and visa. Indraprastha Estate, New Delhi-110002, whose *(a) The definition of NRI is applicable as per the representatives will do their best to meet them on Income Tax Act and the Rules/ Notification framed arrival. there under. 7. Banking (b) Save as provided aforesaid, NRI sponsored (popularly termed as “NRI SPONSORED Students should get Indian currency at the time of CANDIDATES”) is NOT PERMISSIBLE in Jamia. arrival to meet their immediate needs. There is a branch of Indian Bank, Jamia Millia Islamia in the28
  • 33. 16. FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination with not less than 45% marks LANGUAGES in aggregate or 50% marks in the subject concerned.The Faculty has seven departments: Arabic, English, 5. Advanced Diploma in Modern ArabicHindi, History and Culture, Islamic Studies, Persian, and Language and TranslationUrdu offering Ph.D, M.Phil. postgraduate,undergraduate, diploma and certificate programmes. The Duration: 1 Yearcurricula of the Faculty focuses upon the composite Eligibility: B.A. 1st year with Arabic or Diploma innature of the rich and myriad facets of the literatures, Modern Arabic with not less than 45% marks in subjecthistory, culture and religions of India and various other or in aggregate.regions. The Departments of History and Culture, 6. Diploma in Modern Arabic LanguageEnglish and Urdu, have been accorded the status of DRSunder SAP by the U.G.C. Duration: 1 Year16.1. COURSES AND REQUIREMENTS Eligibility: Higher Secondary or Senior Secondary School Certificate with Arabic or Certificate in ModemUnless otherwise stated, admission to all courses is made Arabic of a recognised University/Board/Institution withon the basis of merit determined by the aggregate of not less than 45% marks in English or a Degree frommarks obtained in written test (85%) and interview Arabic Madrasas recognized by the Jamia.(15%). 7. Certificate in Modern Arabic Language1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Duration: 1 YearAll Departments of the faculty offer Ph.D. programmes.The admission process in Ph. D. starts in July and Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or aJanuary each year. The schedule of admission and the Higher Degree with not less than 45% marks inguidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website accordingly. aggregate and ability to read and write Urdu.2. Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.) English 8. P.G. Diploma in Urdu Mass Media Literature/ Urdu/ / Hindi / History** Duration: 1 YearDuration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) Eligibility: At least 55% marks in Urdu/ Persian/ ArabicEligibility: Master’s degree with not less than 55% at under graduate level.marks of a University or a degree recognized by the 9. P.G. Diploma in Journalism (Hindi Medium)University as its equivalent in the subject concerned or (Self- financing)in a subject allied thereto. Duration: 1 Year** Prospective M. Phil candidates in History will haveto submit a brief statement of purpose not exceeding Eligibility: Graduation with not less than 45% marks500 words at the time of interview. in the aggregate. Working knowledge of Hindi is essential.3. Master of Arts (M.A.) Arabic/ English/ Hindi/ History/ Islamic Studies/ Persian/ Urdu 10. P.G. Diploma in TV Journalism (Hindi Medium) (Self-financing)Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) Duration: 1 YearEligibility : B.A/B.Sc. or B.A/B.Sc./B.Com.(Hons.)with not less than 45% marks in aggregate Or 50% in Eligibility: Graduation with not less than 45% markssubject concerned. For admission to M. A.(English) :- in the aggregate.Bachelor’s degree with not less than 50% marks in 11. Advanced Diploma in Modern Persianaggregate or in the subject concerned. Duration: 1 Year4. B.A. (Hons.) Arabic/ English/ Islamic Studies/ Hindi/ Mass Media Hindi/ History/ Urdu/ Eligibility: B.A. with Persian or Diploma in Modern Persian/ Hotel Management, Travel and Persian from a recognised institution with not less than Tourism 45% marks in aggregate.Duration: 3 Years 29
  • 34. 12. Advanced Diploma in Turkish 18. Diploma in Turkemenian Duration: 1 Year Duration: 1 Year Eligibility : Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary or Eligibility: Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary or equivalent School Certificate with not less than 45% equivalent School Certificate with not less than 45% marks in aggregate along with Diploma in Turkish, marks in aggregate along with Certificate in Turkemenian, OR OR B.A. in any discipline with 45% marks in aggregate with B.A. in any discipline with 45% marks in aggregate with Diploma in Turkish language. Certificate in Turkemenian language. 13. Advanced Diploma in Turkemenian 19. Certificate in Modern Persian Duration : 1 Year Duration: 1 Year Eligibility : Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary or Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate/ Higher equivalent School Certificate with not less than 45% Secondary or equivalent certificate from a recognized marks in aggregate along with Diploma in Turkemenian, institution with not less than 45% marks in aggregate. OR 20. Certificate in Pashto Language B.A. in any discipline with 45% marks in aggregate with Duration: 1 Year Diploma in Turkemenian language. Eligibility: Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary or 14. Diploma in Modern Persian equivalent certificate with not less than 45% marks in aggregate. Duration : 1 Year 21. Certificate in Turkish Eligibility : Hr. Sec./ Sr. Secondary School Certificate Duration: 1 Year with Persian not less than 45% marks or a Degree from Eligibility: Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary or Arabic Madarsa recognished by Jamia. equivalent certificate with not less than 45% marks in 15. Diploma in Pashto Language aggregate. Duration : 1 Year 22. Certificate in Kazhaki Eligibility : Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary with Duration: 1 Year not less than 45% marks along with the Certificate in Eligibility: Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary or Pashto Language with not less than 45% marks in equivalent certificate with not less than 45% marks in aggregate. aggregate. 16. Diploma in Turkish 23. Certificate in Turkemenian Duration : 1 Year Duration: 1 Year Eligibility : Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary or Eligibility: Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary or equivalent School Certificate with not less than 45% equivalent School Certificate with not less than 45% marks in aggregate and Certificate in Turkish with 45% marks in aggregate. marks. 24. Certificate in Translation Proficiency OR Duration: 1 Year B.A. in any discipline with 45% marks in aggregate Eligibility: Senior Secondary/Higher Secondary or along with Certificate in Turkish language. equivalent school certificate with not less than 50% 17. Diploma in Kazhaki marks in aggregate. Duration : 1 Year 25. Diploma in Translation Proficiency Eligibility : Senior Secondary/ Higher Secondary/ Duration: 1 Year Certificate in Pashto Language with not less than 45% Eligibility: Graduation with not less than 45% marks marks in aggregate. in aggregeate30
  • 35. OR (3) The students who have studied Urdu LanguageCertificate in Translation Proficiency from any as subject in Secondary School (Class X) asrecognized University and Senior Secondary/Higher reflected in the marksheet will be exempted fromSecondary or equivalent school certificate with not less studying Elementary Urdu/Urdu Language asthan 50% marks in aggregeate. compulsory subject.26. Diploma in Tourism & Travel Management (4) All those students who have not studied Urdu at any level (except Foreign students) shall have toDuration: 1 Year opt Elementary Urdu.Eligibility: Graduation in any discipline or any other (ii) Main/ Subsidiary Subjects for B.A. (Hons.)equivalent examination Students offering anyone of the following as a main OR subject from the three groups shall offer two more asSenior Secnondary School Certificate or an equivalent their subsidiary subjects selecting not more than oneexamination with Certificate in Tourism & Travel from a group:Management of a minimum of six months durationoffered by a recognized University/Institution with atleast 45% marks in aggregate.Desirable - Working knowledge of English 027. Certificate in Tourism & Travel ManagementDuration: 1 YearEligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or anequivalent examination from a recognized Board withnot less than 45% marks in aggregateDesirable - Working knowledge of English16.2. COMPULSORY /OPTIONAL/ SUBSIDIARY SUBJECTS Note: The subjects to be offered for B.A. programme are shown at Para 17.1.16(i) Compulsory Subjects for B.A. (Hons.) * These subject shall only be offered as subsidiary subjects. • A candidate can offer not more than two language/literature1. General English courses. • The number of seats available in different disciplines is indicated2. Islamiat or Hindu Religious Studies or Indian in para 16.4 below. Religions & Culture • Mass Media Hindi can only be taken as Hons. subject.3. Elementary Urdu or Urdu Language, 16.3. MAXIMUM TIME LIMIT FORCandidates from Arabic Madrasas shall have to offer COMPLETION OF COURSESHindu Religious Studies or Indian Religions & CultureNote: As per Jamia rules students are required to complete their courses within the time frame specified below:(1) The Compulsory subjects shall be offered by the students of all under-graduate courses of the Faculty of Humanities & Languages/Social Sciences/Natural Sciences (Except Foreign Students) including in those courses where there is no subsidiary such as BSW, BBS, B. Com., Bioscience & Biotechnology etc.(2) The students who have studied Elementary Urdu at Senior Secondary level shall have to opt Urdu Language. 31
  • 36. 16.4. SEATS IN VARIOUS COURSES OF FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & LANGUAGES S. Course M.Phil. M.A. B.A. P.G. Adv. Dip. Certi- No. (Hons.) Dip. Dip. ficate 1. English 15 35 60 - - - - 2. Urdu 20 30 60 - - - - 3. History 15 50 60 - - - - 4. Hindi 10 30 40 - - - - 5. Arabic - 30 60 - 25 40 50 6. Islamic Studies - 30 60 - - - - 7. Persian - 30 60 - 20 40 40 8. Mass Media Writing (Hindi) - - 40 - - - - 9. Hotel Management, Travel and Tourism - - 30 - - - - 10.. Urdu Mass Media - - - 30 - - - 11. Journalism (Hindi Medium) - - - 40 - - - 12. T.V. Journalism (Hindi Medium) - - - 40 - - - 13. Modern Arabic Language & Translation (Eve.) - - - - 25 - 14. Modern Arabic Language (Eve.) - - - - - 40 50 15. French (Subsidiary) - - - - - - 40 16. Women Studies (Subsidiary) - - - - - - 40 17. Modern Persian (Evening) - - - - 20 40 40 18. Pashto Language - - - - - 10 10 19. Kazhaki - - - - - 20 20 20. Turkish - - - - 20 20 40 21. Turkemenian - - - - 10 10 10 22. Tourism & Travel Management - - - - - 30 30 23. Translation Proficiency - - - - - 20 3532
  • 37. 17. FACULTY OF SOCIAL 6. Master of Arts (M.A.) Public Administration Duration : 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) SCIENCES Eligibility: Degree in any discipline from a recognizedThe Faculty of Social Sciences is one of the largest university or equivalent institution with 50% marks infaculties of Jamia in terms of number of departments aggregate.and number of students. Besides courses offered bydifferent departments, the faculty also manages 7. Master of Arts (M.A.) Applied PsychologyBachelor’s courses in Library and Information Sciences. Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years)The departments of the faculty are: Economics, Political Eligibility: (i) B.A. (Hons.) in Psychology with not lessScience, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, than 50% marks.Commerce & Business Studies and Adult and ORContinuing Education and Extension. The programmes (ii) B.A./B.Sc./B. Com. or B.A., B.Sc., B.Com.of these Departments include Ph.D., Post-graduate, (Hons.) or B.Sc. (Home Science) with not lessUnder-graduate courses and postgraduate Diploma than 55% marks in aggregate OR B.A. withcourses. Psychology with not less than 55% marks in17.1. COURSES AND REQUIREMENTS aggregate and in Psychology. 8. Master of Arts (M.A.) Social Work1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years)All the Departments offer Ph. D. programmes in different Eligibility : (a) B.A.(Hons.) three years course in Socialareas. The admission processes in Ph. D. starts in July Work/ Sociology/ Psychology/ Economics/ Politicaland January each year. The schedule of admission and Science/ History/ B.A.(Pass) three years course with anythe guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website two of the following subjects: Sociology/ Psychology/accordingly. Economics/ Political Science/ History from a recognized2. Master of Arts (M.A.) Sociology University with not less than 50% marks in aggregate.Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) OREligibility: Three years Bachelor degree in any (b) B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science, three years coursediscipline with not less than 50% marks in aggregate. from recognised university with not less than 50%3. Master of Arts (M.A.) Economics marks in aggregate.Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) OREligibility: B.A./B.A.(Hons.) in subject concerned with (c) B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. or B.A./B.Sc./B.Com.not less than 50% marks in aggregate. (Hons.), three years course from a recognized4. Master of Arts (M.A.) Political Science University in any discipline(s) other than thoseDuration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) mentioned at (a) and (b) above with not less thanEligibility: (i) B.A. (Hons.) in Political Science with 55% marks in aggregate.not less than 50% marks in aggregate. OR OR(ii) B.A. with Political Science with not less than 50% (d) 60% marks in any discipline other than mentioned marks in aggregate. at (a), (b) and (c) from a recognized university OR 9. Master of Arts (M.A.) Human Resource(iii) B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. or B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Management (Hons.) with not less than 55% marks in Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) aggregate. Eligibility: (a) B.B.S./B.Com. (Hons.) or B.A. (Hons),5. Master of Arts (M.A.) Human Rights and three years course from a recognized university in Social Duties Education Work/Sociology/ Psychology /Economics/ PoliticalDuration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) Science/ History with not less than 50% marks inEligibility: Degree from a recognized University or an aggregate.equivalent institution with not less than 50% marks inaggregate. Preference will be given to students holdingPostgraduate Diploma in Human Rights and DutiesEducation. 33
  • 38. OR 13. B.A. (Hons.) Sociology/Psychology/Economics/ (b) B.A. (three years course) from a recognized Social Work/Bachelor of Business Studies university with any two of the following subjects (BBS). and with not less than 50% marks in aggregate. Duration: 3 Years Subjects: Sociology/ Psychology/ Economics/ Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an Political Science and History. equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks in aggregate. OR 14. B.A. (Hons.) (Political Science) (c) B.Com./ B.A./ B.Sc. or B. Com./B.A./ B.Sc. Duration: 3 Years (Hons), (three years course) from a recognized Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an university in any discipline(s) other than equivalent examination with 50% marks in aggregate mentioned at (a) and (b) above with not less than or 45% marks in Political Science and in aggregate. 55% marks in aggregate. OR 15. B.A. with Computer Application (B.A.C.A.) Duration: 3 Years (d) 60% marks in any discipline other than mentioned Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an at (a), (b) and (c) from a recognized university equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks 10. Master of Commerce (Business Management) in aggregate with mathematics as one of the subjects. Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) Economics, Mathematics and Computer Applications Eligibility: B.Com./ BBS/ BBA/ BIBF/ B.Com.(Pass) shall be compulsory in B.A. with Computer Applications or an equivalent examination with 55% marks in (B.A.C.A). aggregate or B.Com./ BBS/ BBA/ BIBF(Hons.) with 16. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) not less than 50% marks in aggregate. The Faculty of Social Sciences offers three years 11. Master of International Business (M.I.B.) modified BA Programme with an option to select 03 (Self-Finance) subjects in Ist & IInd year out of the following core Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) subjects: Eligibility: A graduate degree under 10+2+3 pattern in 1. Public Administration, any discipline from a recognized University/Institution 2. History having at least 50% marks in aggregate. 3. Geography Note: Visit Para 17.1.20 for the Guidelines for 4. Sociology admission in MIB under Business Sponsored The students will also be given an opportunity to choose Category. a professional course in IIIrd year out of the following 12. Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) (Hons.) subjects: Duration: 3 Years 1. Computer Applications Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an 2. Tourism, Hospitality & Heritage Studies equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks The course structure of the BA programme is given in aggregate or in the subject concerned. below:34
  • 39. Duration: 3 Years Objection Certificate” and also an undertaking thatSeats : 50 all expenses incurred in pursuing the MIBEligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate with programme will be borne by the company.not less than 50% marks. 3. The candidates should have 3 (Three) years ofMode of Admission: The admission will be made on experience in industry.the basis of merit determined by the aggregate of marks 4. The following documents in original together within written test and Interview as per weightage given one set of attested copies of the followingbelow. documents must be submitted by the candidates atEntrance Test : 85% the time of interview.Interview : 15% a) Attested copy of Registration Certificate/17. Advanced Diploma in Counseling Psychology Memorandum of Understanding and Articles of (Self-Financing) Association of the company sponsoring theDuration: I Year candidate.Eligibility: M.A. Psychology with 50% marks in b) Proof that the company is listed on stock exchange.aggregate. c) No Objection Certificate and Sponsorship18. P.G. Diploma in Management of NGOs (Self- Certificate as mentioned in Para 2 above giving Financed - Part-Time) reasons as to why the company is sponsoring theDuration: 2 Semesters candidate.Eligibility: Graduate degree from a recognized d) Copy of the Annual Report of the company foruniversity/ institution in any discipline with 45% marks last three financial years (Audited).in the aggregate and with 2 years of work experience inthe field or Programme Management with an NGO or e) Brief description of job profile of the candidate toother Development Organisations be furnished by the company sponsoring the candidate. OR f) Experience certificate as mentioned in para 3A Master degree or equivalent in any discipline from a above.recognized university/ institution. g) Salary slips of the candidate for preceding one year19. Bachelor of Library & Information Science generated by the pay-roll system of the sponsoring (BLIS) (Self-Financed) company.Duration: 1 YearEligibility: B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. or M.A./M.Sc./M.Com. 5. In addition, the following documents are alsofrom a recognized university with not less than 50% required to be submitted by candidates seekingmarks in aggregate or B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. or M.A./ admission under “Business Sponsored Category”.M.Sc./ M.Com. with 45% marks in aggregate with five a) Proof of passing the qualifying examinationyears work experience in University, College, Centre or together with the marks sheet (s) in accordanceState Library. with the eligibility requirement for admission as mentioned in the Prospectus.20. Guidelines for admission in MIB under Business b) Proof of age based on the certificate of High Sponsored category. School/Secondary School or an Equivalent1. The candidates seeking admission under the Examination. category will be required to appear in the MIB c) Character Certificate from the institution last Entrance Test conducted for other categories attended. followed by Group Discussion and personal interview (GDPI) like other candidates. d) Certificate from an MBBS doctor or govt. hospital certifying blood group.2. The candidates should be sponsored by companies that are listed on Stock Exchange having a turnover e) Proof of residence (Voter-ID, Passport, Driving not less than Rs. 500 crores. The company License, Ration Card etc.) sponsoring the candidate should give a “No 35
  • 40. 17.2.COMPULSORY / OPTIONAL Note: The subjects to be offered for BA Programme SUBJECTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE are shown at Para 17.1.16 * These subjects shall only be offered as subsidiary subjects. COURSES • A candidate can offer not more than two language/literature courses. (I) Compulsory Subjects for all Undergraduate • The number of seats available in different disciplines is indicated Courses in para 17.4 below. • Mass Media Hindi can only be taken as Hons. subject. 1. General English 2. Islamiat or Hindu Religious Studies or Indian NOTE: The allotment of subsidiary subjects will be Religions & Culture. decided by the Subject Allotment Committee of each department. Students may apply for a subsidiary/optional 3. Urdu Language or Elementary Urdu. subject as per the terms and conditions stated above to the concerned Department. Note: (1) The Compulsory subjects shall be offered by the 17.3. TIME LIMIT FOR COMPLETION students of all under-graduate courses of the OF COURSES Faculty of Humanities & Languages/Social As per Ordinance maximum time period to complete Sciences/Natural Sciences (Except Foreign the courses is specified below: Students) including in those courses where there is no subsidiary such as BSW, BBS, B. Com., Bioscience & Biotech. etc. (2) The students who have studied Elementary Urdu at Senior Secondary level shall have to opt Urdu Language. (3) The students who have studied Urdu Language as subject in Secondary School (Class X) as reflected in the marksheet will be exempted from studying Elementary Urdu/Urdu Language as compulsory subject. (4) All those students who have not studied Urdu at any level (except Foreign students) shall have to opt Elementary Urdu. (II) Main/ Subsidiary Subject for B.A. (Hons.) Students offering anyone of the following as a main subject from the three groups shall offer two more as their subsidiary subjects selecting not more than one from a group:36
  • 41. 17.4. SEATS IN VARIOUS COURSES OF FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES S. No. Course M.A. B.A./B.A. Adv./P.G. (Hons.) Dip. 1. Economics 45 50 - 2. Political Science 45 50 - 3. Social Work 30 25 - 4. Human Resource Management 20 - - 5. Sociology 30 40 - 6. Psychology 36 40 - 7. Commerce 30 50 - 8. Public Administration 40 - - 9. Human Rights & Duties Education 30 - - 10. Master of International Business (MIB) 50+8* +7# = 65 - - 11. Counselling Psychology - 25 12. Management of NGOs - - 45 13. B.B.S - 40 - 14. B.A. with Computer Applications (B.A.C.A.) - 30 - 15. B. Lib & Inf. Sc. - 35 - 16. B.A. 50 * Foreign students, # Indian Business Enterprises sponsored. 18.FACULTY OF NATURAL OR SCIENCES (ii) B.A./ B.Sc. (General) with not less than 50% marks in aggregate as well as in Mathematics.The Faculty of Natural Sciences consisting of seven ORDepartments - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, (iii) B.E./ B.Tech./ B.Sc.(Engg.) with not less than 55%Biosciences, Biotechnology, Geography, and Computer marks in aggregate.Science offers Ph.D., Post-graduation, Under-graduation, P.G. Diploma courses, etc. The Faculty has 3. M. Tech. (Nanotechnology): (Self Financing)interdisciplinary approach in teaching as well as in Duration : 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years)research. Eligibility: (i) M. Sc. in Physics / Chemistry (with Mathematics upto at least Graduation level) / Electronics18.1. COURSES AND REQUIREMENTS / Material Science / Electronics Instrumentation with not less than 55% marks in aggregate.1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)All the Departments offer Ph.D. program in different ORareas. The admission processes in Ph. D. starts in July (ii) Bachelor’s degree in Electrical/ Mechanical/and January each year. The schedule of admission and Electronics & Communication/ Computer Engg./the guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website Instrumentation or equivalent examination, withaccordingly. not less than 65 C.P.I. or 60% marks in the absolute2. M.Sc. Tech. (Industrial Maths with Computer system. Applications): (Self Financing) (Evening) 4. Master of Science (M. Sc.) Physics/ Chemistry*Duration: 6 Semesters (spread over 3 years) Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years)Eligibility: (i) B.A./B.Sc. Mathematics (Hons.) with not Eligibility: B.Sc. with not less than 50% marks inless than 50% marks in aggregate. aggregate and at least 55% marks in the subject concerned. 37
  • 42. * The Department of Chemistry offers specialization in Eligibility: Bachelor’s Degree in Science/Engineering/ Material (Polymers and Advanced Ceramics), Inorganic, Medicine/ Pharmacy with Mathematics as a subject in Organic and Physical Chemistry with 10 seats in each class X with at least 50% marks in aggregate or branch. The candidates seeking admission in M.Sc. equivalent grade. (Chemistry) will have to furnish their choice of 11. M.Sc. (Biotechnology) (Self-Financing) specialization in order of preference for the above four Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) branches and an undertaking to this effect. The allotment Eligibility: B.Pharma/ B.Sc./ B.Sc. (Hons.) in for specialization will be made strictly on the merit of Biosciences/ Biotechnology/ Biotechnology Entrance Test. Once the specialization allotted, no (Vocational)/ Bio-Chemistry/ Microbiology/ Genetics change will be allowed. or in any area of Modern Biology with not less than 5. Master of Science (M. Sc.) in Biosciences 50% marks in aggregate. Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) 12. M.Sc. (Biochemistry) (Self-Financing- Evening) Eligibility: B.Sc. in any area of Biosciences/ Duration : 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) Biotechnology with not less than 50% marks in Eligibility : B.Sc./ B.Sc. (Hons.) in any area of Biology aggregate. or Chemistry (with Biology subject as Subsidiary) with 6. M. A. / M.Sc. Geography at least 50% marks in aggregate. Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) 13. B.Sc. Hons. Physics/ Mathematics/ Chemistry Eligibility: B.A./B.Sc. (Hons.) Geography, three years Duration: 3 Years course with not less than 50% marks in aggregate. Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an OR equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks B.A/ B.Sc. with not less than 55% marks in Geography in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and 50% marks in aggregate. and in the subject concerned. 7. M.Sc. Mathematics with Computer Science 14. B.A. Hons. Mathematics Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) Duration: 3 Years Eligibility: B.A./ B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics with 50% Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an marks in aggregate. equivalent examination with not less than 45% marks in aggregate and in Mathematics. OR 15. B.A./ B.Sc. (Hons.) Geography B.A./ B.Sc. with Mathematics securing not less than 50% Duration: 3 Years marks both in aggregate and in Mathematics. Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an 8. M.A./ M.Sc. Mathematics (Self-Financing- equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks Evening) in aggregate or in the subject concerned. Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) 16. B.Sc. Biosciences Eligibility: BA/ B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics with at Duration: 3 Years least 45% marks in aggregate. Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an OR equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks B.A./ B.Sc. with Mathematics having not less than 45% in each science subject i.e. Physics, Chemistry and marks both in aggregate and in Mathematics Biology/ Mathematics. OR 17. B.Sc. Biotechnology B. El. Ed./ Physical Education with at least 50% marks Duration: 3 Years in aggregate and in Mathematics. Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or an 9. M.C.A. (Master of Computer Application) equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks Duration: 6 Semester (spread over 3 years) in each science subject i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Eligibility: Bachelor’s degree under (10+2+3) system Biology/ Mathematics. from a recognized University/Institution with 50% 18. B.Sc. Instrumentation (Vocational) #/ Bachelor marks in aggregate and Mathematics at 10+2 level. of Science (B.Sc.)* 10. M.Sc. Bioinformatics (Self- financing - Duration: 3 Years Evening) Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate or Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) an equivalent examination with not less than 45%38
  • 43. marks in each of the science subject i.e. Physics, subsidiary such as BSW,BBS, B. Com., BioscienceChemistry and Mathematics and 45% marks in & Biotech. etc.aggregate. 2. The students who have studied Elementary Urdu# This course is being coordinated by the Department at Senior Secondary level shall have to opt Urduof Physics. Language.*Form to be submitted in the Office of the Dean, Facultyof Natural Sciences. 3. The students who have studied Urdu Language as subject in Secondary School (Class X) as reflected19. P. G. Diploma in Computer Applications in the marksheet will be exempted from studyingDuration: 1 Year Elementary Urdu/Urdu Language as compulsoryEligibility: Bachelor’s degree under (10+2+3) system subject.from a recognized Univeristy/Institution with 50% marks 4. All those students who have not studied Urdu atin aggregate and Mathematics at 10+2 level. any level (except Foreign students) shall have to20. P.G. Diploma in Digital Cartography** opt Elementary Urdu.Duration: 2 Semesters with project work. (II) Main/ Subsidiary Subjects for B. Sc. (Hons.)Eligibility: B.A./B. Sc. in Geography and allied Students offering anyone of the following as a mainsubjects (Geology, Agriculture Sciences, subject in B.Sc. (Hons.) from the three groups, shallEnvironmental Sciences, Civil Engg., Planning & offer two more as subsidiary subjects from other twoArchitecture) with 50% marks. groups (*)Note: 50% of the seats will be filled by the candidateshaving qualifying degree in Geography as a subject.21. P.G. Diploma in Remote Sensing and GIS Applications**Duration: 2 Semesters with project work The allotment of subsidiary subjects will be decided (*)Eligibility: B.A./B. Sc. in Geography and allied by the subject allotment committee of each department.subjects (Geology, Agriculture Sciences, Students may apply for a subsidiary/ optional subject asEnvironmental Sciences, Civil Engg., Planning & per the terms and conditions stated above to theArchitecture) with 50% marks. concerned departments.Note: 50% of the seats will be filled by the candidateshaving qualifying degree in Geography as a subject. (III) Subjects for B.Sc.** There will be Common Entrance Test for both PG Students will be required to opt any one of the followingDiploma in Remote Sensing & GIS Applications and groups:PG Diploma in Digital Cartography. 18.2. COMPULSORY/ OPTIONAL/ SUBSIDIARY SUBJECTS(I) Compulsory Subjects for B.Sc. (Hons.)/ B.A. (Hons.)/ B. Sc. Bioscience/ B. Sc./ B.Sc. Biotechnology. (IV) Subjects for B.Sc. Bioscience/ Biotechnology 1 Islamiat or Hindu Religious Studies or Indian Course Religions & Culture All papers are compulsory (For details see syllabus on 2 Elementary Urdu or Urdu Language Jamia Website). 3 General English (V) Subjects for B.Sc. with Instrumentation CourseNote: Mathematics1. The Compulsory subjects shall be offered by the Physics students of all under-graduate courses of the Faculty Instrumentation of Humanities & Languages/Social Sciences/ Natural Sciences (Except Foreign Students) including in those courses where there is no 39
  • 44. 18.3. MAXIMUM TIME LIMIT FOR COMPLETION OF COURSES As per Jamia’s rules students are required to complete their courses within the time frame specified below: 18.4. SEATS IN VARIOUS COURSES S. No. Courses Seats 1. M. Sc. Tech. (Industrial Mathematics with Computer Applications) 30 2. M. Tech. (Nanotechnology) (Self-Financing) 15 3. M.Sc. Physics 35 4. M.Sc. Chemistry 40* 5. M.Sc./ M.A. Maths (Self-Financing -Evening) 40 6. M.Sc. Maths with Computer Science 40 7. M.Sc. Biosciences 30 8. M.Sc. Biotechnology 30 9. M.Sc. Biochemistry (Self-Financing -Evening) 20 10. M.Sc. Bioinformatics (Self-Financing -Evening) 40 11. M.Sc./ M.A. Geography 30 12. M.C.A. 50 13. B.Sc. Biosciences 40 14. B.Sc. Biotechnology 25 15. B.Sc.(H) Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics 40 (each) 16. B.A. (H) Mathematics 30 17. B.Sc./ B.A. (Hons.) Geography 55 18. B.Sc. 45 19. B.Sc. Instrumentation (Vocational) 25 20. P.G. Diploma in Computer Application 30 21. P.G. Diploma in Digital Cartography 15 22. P.G. Diploma in Remote-Sensing and GIS Applications 15 *10 seats each in four branches of Chemistry i.e Material, Inorganic, Physical and Organic.40
  • 45. 19. FACULTY OF EDUCATION Number of Seats : 25 As per following category- wise distribution:Teacher’s Training Institute was established in 1938 General : 13under the inspiring leadership of Dr. Zakir Husain forthe purpose of training teachers for Basic Schools SC/ST : 05 (3+2)according to the Scheme of Basic Education. Jamia : 06 Persons with Disabilities : 01After independence it was renamed Teachers’ College. Total : 25The College initiated Teacher Education Programme for Admission Procedure: Admission will be made on theArt & Craft Teachers and in Art Education. It also basis of merit determined by aggregate of Marksorganized post graduate course in Education and Art as obtained in written test (85 marks) and interview (15well as research in Education. marks). Written test will comprise of Multiple choiceThe Teachers’ College has since been reconstituted into questions of 70 marks and Descriptive questions of 15the Faculty of Education with two Departments viz. marks.Department of Educational Studies and Department of 4. Master of Education (M. Ed.) (ElementaryTeacher Training and Non-Formal Education (Institute Education)of Advanced Studies in Education) The course is designed to impart comprehensive understanding of elementary education, teacher19.1. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL preparation for elementary schools and administration STUDIES of elementary education. This course would enable students to secure placements in agencies/institutions1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Education facilitating universalization of elementary education andThe Department offers Ph.D. program in different areas those which run teacher preparation courses forof education. The admission processes in Ph. D. starts elementary schools like DIETs, SCERTs etc.in July and January each year. The schedule of admission Duration: 2 Semestersand the guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website Eligibility: At least 50% marks in Theory papers inaccordingly. B.Ed. / B.Ed. (Nursery)/B.El.Ed.2. Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.) in Education ORDuration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) B.Ed./B. Ed. (Nursery)/B. El. Ed. plus a Master’s degreeEligibility: Not less than 55% in Master’s degree with at least 50% marks.examination in Education or in any allied field viz. Number of Seats: 20Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology, etc. General : 10Number of Seats: 10 SC/ST : 04 (3+1)Admission Procedure: Selection will be made on the Jamia : 05basis of merit determined by the aggregate of marks Persons with Disabilities : 01obtained in written test (85%) and interview (15%). The Total : 20test is an attempt to assess the candidate’s awareness of Admission Procedure: Admission will be made on thecontemporary issues having relevance to education in basis of merit determined by aggregate of Marksdifferent forms and levels. obtained in written test (85 marks) and interview (153. Master of Education (M. Ed.) marks). Written test will comprise of Multiple choiceDuration: 2 Semesters questions of 70 marks and Descriptive questions of 15 marks.Eligibility: At least 50% marks in theory in the B. Ed.or its equivalent Examination. 5. M.A. (Educational Planning & Administration) OR Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years).A B.Ed. degree from a recognized university or an Eligibility: A candidate for the admission to the Courseequivalent qualification plus a Master’s degree with at should have passed the Bachelor’s degree examinationleast 50% marks. (a three year course after 10+ 2) of the Jamia or an equivalent examination from a University recognized*Those employed but on leave for the academic session by the Jamia with 50% marks.may be admitted as full-time students, provided theyfulfill all other requirements. 41
  • 46. Number of Seats: 10 2. M. A. (Education) As per the following distribution of seats: The course has been designed to train teachers, teacher- General : 5 educators and research workers in areas like Language SC/ST : 2 (1+1) Education, Social Science Education, Science Education Jamia : 3 and Educational Technology. Total : 10 Duration : 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years ). Admission Procedure: Admission will be made on the Eligibility : 50% marks in the Bachelor’s degree basis of merit determined by aggregate of Marks examination [excluding B.A. (Vocational)] obtained in written test (85 marks) and interview (15 OR marks). Written test will comprise of Multiple choice B.Ed./ B.Ed. Nursery/ B.El.Ed. with 50% marks in questions. theory component. 6. Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Management (Self-Financed) Number of Seats: 15 The course is open to Principals, Headmasters, Teachers, Category-wise distribution of seats: Education Officers, Personnel working in the General : 7 Universities, Colleges, State Department of Education SC/ST : 3 (2+1) and DIETs etc. or freshers who have done graduation but are not employed. Jamia : 4 Duration: One year Persons with Disabilities : 1 Eligibility: A candidate who has done graduation in any Total : 15 discipline with 50% marks or post graduation shall be Admission Procedure: Selection will be made on the eligible for the admission to the course. Admission will basis of merit determined by aggregate of marks be based on the performance of the candidate in written obtained in Written Test and Interview. The Written test (85 marks) and the interview (15 marks). Test of 85 marks will comprise of the following: Number of seats: 10 General Intelligence: 30 Distribution of seats: General Awareness : 30 General : 05 Teaching Aptitude : 25 SC/ST : 02 (1+1) Total : 85 Jamia : 03 A minimum of 33% marks in the Test is an essential Total : 10 condition for calling candidates for Interview. 15 marks Admission Procedure: Admission will be made on the are allotted to Interview. The test will be in English basis of merit determined by the aggregate of marks obtained in Written Test (85 marks) and Interview medium. The test will consist of multiple choice (15 marks).The Written Test of 85 marks will questions. comprise the following : 3. M. Ed. (Special Education) Question with multiple choice : 70 The course leads to specialization in education of the to assess the General Intelligence Physically Challenged in areas of Visual Impairment and and General Awareness Learning Disabilities. This Department offers M.Ed. Short answer questions on the : 15 (Spl. Ed.) with specialization in Visual Impairment and Learning disabilities. issues concerning Education/ Educational Management Duration: 2 Semesters (full-time). Total : 85 Eligibility : B.A. or B.Sc. (except B.A./ B.Sc. Vocational or B.Com.) from Jamia or any other university recognized 19.2.DEPARTMENT OF TEACHER TRAINING by the Jamia and 50% marks in B. Ed. (Special Education) AND NON - FORMAL EDUCATION with specialisation in Visual Impairment or Learning (INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES IN Disabilities. EDUCATION) OR 1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Education B.A. or B.Sc. (except B.A./ B.Sc. Vocational or B.Com.) The Department offers Ph.D. program in different areas from Jamia or any other university recognized by the of education. The admission processes in Ph. D. starts Jamia and 50% marks in B. Ed. degree and 50% marks in July and January each year. The schedule of admission in One Year Course in Special Education with and the guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website specialisation in Visual Impairment or Learning accordingly. Disabilities.42
  • 47. OR General English/Compulsory Hindi will not beB.A. or B.Sc. (except B.A./ B.Sc. Vocational or B.Com.) accepted as teaching subjects. Subject such asfrom Jamia or any other university recognized by the Mathematical Physics, Electronics/Bio Tech. etc.Jamia and 50% marks in Diploma for Secondary School will not be considered as a teaching subject.teachers of Visually Handicapped or Learning Disability However, if a teaching subject which has beenfrom Institution recognized by Rehabilitation Council studied at graduate level for two or more years andof India. its marks had been counted in awarding theNumber of Seats: 15 division, may be opted as a teaching subject.Category-wise distribution of seats: NOT ELIGIBLE: Visual Learning Total Those who have passed: Impairment Disabilities (i) B.Com. (Hons.), B.Com (Pass), B.A. (Hons.)/ Pass in Commerce), B.A./ B.Sc. (Pass/ Hons. in General 3 4 7 Vocational Subjects); SC/ST 1/1 1 3 (ii) B.A. Examination in one language only, after Jamia 2 2 4 completing an examination conducted by Language Persons with Education institutions (e.g. Sahitya Rattan, Adib-e- Disabilities - - 1 Kamil etc.); Total 7 7 15 (iii) M.Sc. (Biochemistry), M.Sc. (Biophysics), M.Sc.Admission Procedure: Selection will be made on the (Environmental Botany/Sc.) etc. These candidatesbasis of merit determined by aggregate of marks can apply on the basis of their graduationobtained in Written Test and Interview. The Written Test qualification if the same is as per the eligibilityof 85 marks will comprise of the following: conditions. General Intelligence & Awareness : 30 NOTE: Subject Comprehension Test relating (i) All the certificates / degrees should be from Jamia to Visual Impairment or Learning Millia Islamia or Universities recognized by Association of Indian Universities. Disabilities : 30 Teaching Aptitude : 25 (ii) A Bachelor’s Degree should be based on a 3 years course after 10+2 school examination. Total : 85 (iii) While calculating the percentage of marks secured A minimum of 33% marks in the Test is an essential by a candidate, only those marks shall be consideredcondition to be called for Interview. 15 marks are allotted which are taken into account by the Universityto Interview. The test will be in English medium. The concerned for the purpose of awarding division/test will consist of multiple choice questions. class. In case of result declared in the form of letter4. B. Ed. (Bachelor of Education) grades, it will be responsibility of the candidate toThis course has been designed for training teachers in supply a certified copy of marks equivalent to thevarious subjects for secondary and senior/ higher grade obtained.secondary schools. The Department offers training in The teaching subjects offered by the Department are as17 school subjects. under:Duration : 1 Year full-time courseEligibility : Bachelor’s Degree with not less than 50%marks (except B.A./ B.Sc. Vocation courses). ORBachelor’s Degree with not less than 45% marks exceptB.A./ B.Sc. (vocational) courses AND at least 50% (i) Besides the subjects listed above, “Social Science”marks in Master’s Degree Examination in any School can also be offered as a second teaching subjectteaching subjects. only Applicants for teaching of Commerce must possess (ii) A candidate shall be required to offer two teaching a Master’s Degree in Commerce with at least 50% subjects from among the subjects listed above and marks. studied at the graduation/post-graduation level, A candidate must have passed at least two teaching only one of which (not a subsidiary subject) will subjects at graduation/ post graduation level. have to be mentioned in the Application Form as However, a compulsory subject like General Urdu/ 43
  • 48. his/her main teaching subject which shall not be Number of Seats: changed later. Second teaching subject will be (i) There are separate seats for English/Hindi & Urdu decided by the Department. medium Sections. The candidates are required to (iii) Sociology cannot be opted as a main teaching clearly mention the medium in the Application subject. However, the students who have studied Form for Admission. Medium once offered shall Sociology at the graduation/post graduation level not be changed. may be allotted “Social Sciences” as a second (ii) For Urdu medium candidates, there are 41 seats teaching subject. in Language Group, 30 seats in Social Science (iv) In Biological Sciences only those candidates can Group and 19 seats in Science Group. apply who have done their B.Sc. (Hons.) in (iii) Candidates selected against Urdu Medium seats Zoology, Botany or Biosciences or B.Sc. (Pass) will be provided instruction in Urdu medium. with Zoology/Botany and Chemistry and M.Sc. These seats are specially meant to prepare teachers with Zoology, Botany and Biosciences. The for Urdu medium schools. second teaching subject will be allotted to the (iv) Hindi/ English medium and Urdu medium seats candidate by the Interview Board. are NOT interchangeable/ transferable. CATEGORY WISE DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS: B. Ed. (Hindi/ English Medium) General SC/ST Jamia Persons Total with Disabilities Language Group English 5 2 2 — 9 Hindi 5 2 3 — 10 Group Total 10 4 5 1 20 Social Science Group History 6 3 3 — 12 Pol. Science 6 3 3 — 12 Islamic Studies 1 - 1 — 2 Geography 4 2 2 — 8 Economics 3 1 2 — 6 Commerce 3 1 2 — 6 Group Total 23 10 13 1 47 Science Group Physics 5 2 2 — 9 Chemistry 5 2 2 — 9 Bio. Science 5 2 2 — 9 Mathematics 3 2 3 — 8 Home Science 3 2 — — 5 Group total 21 10 9 1 41 Grand Total 54 24 27 3 108 (16 SC/ 8 ST) B. Ed. (Urdu Medium) Urdu 16 6 6 - 28 Arabic 3 1 2 - 6 Persian 3 1 2 - 6 Group Total 22 8 10 01 4144
  • 49. Social Science Group Geography 3 2 2 - 7 Economics 3 1 1 - 5 Commerce 3 1 1 - 5 History 2 1 1 - 4 Political Science 2 1 1 - 4 Islamic Studies 4 1 1 - 6 Group Total 17 7 7 1 32 Science Group Bio 1 1 1 - 3 Chemistry 1 1 1 - 3 Physics 2 1 1 - 4 Home Science 2 1 - - 3 Maths 2 1 2 - 5 Group Total 8 5 5 1 19 Grand Total 47 20 (13 SC/ 7 ST) 22 3 92Admission Procedure : The selection of the candidates (ii) Language Proficiency Test will consist of objectivewill be made on the basis of Written Test of 170 Marks type and short answer type questions. B. Ed. studentsfollowed by Interview of 30 Marks. are divided into sections made on the basis of medium of instructions. On Admission a candidate will beWritten Test for B. Ed. Will comprise of following three allotted a section for which he/ she has taken theparts: Language Proficiency Test. Part I General Ability Test : 75 Marks Part-III - Subject Comprehension Test: Part II Language Proficiency test : 35 Marks (i) A candidate has to take subject proficiency test in Part III Subject Comprehension Test : 60 Marks subject he/she has applied for.A minimum of 33% marks in each part of the Test is (ii) The test will consist of 60 multiple choice testnecessary to be called for interview. items.Part-I - General Ability Test : General Ability Test (iii) The test will be constructed in English except forwill consist of multiple choice items only. The test will the languages. However, test in Arabic and Persianbe constructed in English medium only. The areas will be in Urdu only.covered in the test are: (iv) The test in this paper will cover content up to General Intelligence : 25 Marks graduation level. General Awareness : 25 Marks 5. B. Ed. (Nursery Education) Teaching Aptitude : 25 Marks The course is intended to prepare nursery teachers andPart-II - Language Proficiency Test: teacher-educators.(i) A candidate has to take a Language Proficiency Test Duration: 1 Year full-timein the language he/ she has opted as medium of Eligibility: Bachelor’s Degree with not less than 50%instruction viz. English or Hindi or Urdu. marks. (Excluding B.A. /B.Sc.Vocational Studies). OR 45
  • 50. Bachelor’s Degree with not less than 45% and at least Language guoup – Hindi, English, Urdu 50% marks in Master’s Degree Examination. Social Science group – History, Political Science, Number of Seats: 30 Geography, Economics, Sociology, Psychology Medium/ Category wise distribution of seats: Science group – Physics, Chemistry Zoology, Botany, Biosciences/Life Sciences, Home Science Category Hindi/English Urdu Total Mathematics Medium Medium General 7 7 14 Number of Seats: 30 SC/ST 4 3 7 Medium/ Category wise distribution of seats: Jamia 4 4 8 Persons with - - 1 Category Hindi/ Eng. Urdu Total Disabilities Medium Medium Total 15 14 30 Admission Procedure: Selection will be on the basis General VH 4 3 7 of merit determined by aggregate of marks obtained in LD 3 4 7 Written Test and Interview. The Written Test of 85 Marks SC/ ST VH 3 1 4 will comprise of the following: LD 1 2 3 Jamia VH 2 2 4 General Intelligence : 30 LD 2 2 4 General Awareness : 30 Persons with - - 1 Teaching Aptitude : 25 Disabilities Total : 85 Total 15 14 30 A minimum of 33% marks in the test is an essential condition for calling any candidate for Interview. 15 Admission Procedure: Selection will be made on the Marks are allotted to Interview. The test will be in basis of merit determined by aggregate of marks English medium. The test will consist of multiple choice obtained in Written Test and Interview. The Written Test questions. of 85 marks comprise of the following: General Awareness : 30 6. B. Ed. (Special Education) General Intelligence : 30 This course has been designed to prepare teachers for teaching children with special needs specially Visually Teaching Aptitude : 25 Handicapped Children and Children with Learning Disabilities. Total : 85 Duration: 1 Year full-time A minimum of 33% marks in the Test is necessary for calling any candidate for Interview. 15 marks are allotted Eligibility: to Interview. The test will be in English medium. The test will consist of multiple choice questions. (i) An applicant must have at least 50% marks in his/ her Bachelor’s Degree examination of the Jamia 7. Diploma in Elementary Teacher Education Millia Islamia or equivalent degree from any other (Diploma E.T.E.) recognized university or institution, OR A candidate, who has obtained at least 45% marks Duration: 2 Years full-time in his/her Bachelor’s Degree examination and has obtained 50% marks in the Master’s Degree Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate examination. Examination (Except Vocational Courses) with not less than 50% marks. (ii) The candidates applying for this course must have An applicant to ETE must have studied at least two of studied at least one of the following subjects for the following subjects at Senior Secondary level (not two years at graduation level: more than one from any group).46
  • 51. Group I: Hindi, English, Urdu The test will cover content up to class-X. The test paper Group II: Political Science, Geography, History, will consist of multiple choice items in Urdu and Hindi. Enconmics, Sociology. (iii) Language Proficiency Test : 35 marks Group III: Physics, Chemistry, Biological/Life A candidate may opt either Urdu or Hindi, as one Science (Zooloyg, Botony), Bio-Technology, of the languages. Home Science. Language Proficiency Test will consist of objective Group IV: Mathematics. type and short answer type questions.Number of Seats: 100 (iv) A minimum of 33% marks in each part of the test is essential for candidate to be called for Interview exceptCategory/ Medium wise distribution of seats: for SC/ ST candidates. Category Hindi Urdu Total (v) 30 Marks are allotted to Interview. Medium Medium NOTE: -General 24 26 50 General guidelines for admission to IASE courses:SC/ ST 12 10 22 (1) Admission to all the courses in IASE will be madeJamia 12 13 25 on the basis of merit determined by aggregate ofPersons with 02 01 03 marks obtained in Written Test having a weightageDisabilities of 85% marks and Interview with weightage ofTotal 50 50 100 15% marks.Admission Procedure: Selection will be made on the (2) Candidates called for the interview shall bebasis of merit determined by aggregate of marks selected from the merit list prepared on the basisobtained in Written Test and Interview. The entrance of tests scores to the extent of approximately threetest for admission to Diploma in Elementary Teacher times the number of seats to be filled in eachEducation will comprise of following three parts: teaching subject/ reserved category, from amongst Part I General Ability Test : 75 Marks the candidates securing at least 33% marks in the Written Test. However, this condition of minimum Part II Teaching Subjects 33% marks in test will not apply to SC/ ST Comprehension Test : 60 Marks candidates. Part III Language : 35 marks Proficiency Test (3) All the candidates having the minimum qualifying marks for General Seats will be considered for(i) General Ability Test will consist of multiple choice General Seats also irrespective of the category toitems only. The test will be constructed in Hindi as well which they belong.as Urdu. The areas covered in the test are: (4) Candidates for reserved category should opt for General Intelligence : 25 Marks one category only. Category once offered will not General Awareness : 25 Marks be changed on the demand of students. Teaching Aptitude : 25 Marks (5) In case, two or more candidates are bracketed Total : 75 Marks for the last position on Merit List due to equal(ii) Teaching Subjects Comprehension Test will consists scores, the Admission Committee shall select oneof items on the following: of these candidates on the basis of the marks obtained in the Admission Test. In case, two or Science : 15 Marks more candidates are still bracketed for the last Maths : 15 Marks position the Admission Committee shall select one Social Science : 15 Marks of these candidates on the basis of higher percentage of marks in the qualifying examination. English : 15 Marks Total : 60 Marks (6) Hindi/ English Medium and Urdu Medium seats are not interchangeable/ transferable. 47
  • 52. (7) The distribution of SC/ ST reserved seats in the ratio of 2:1 (15% & 7 ½ %) will apply to total numbers of seats and not to individual subjects or subject category. (8) Candidates seeking admission in B. Ed, B. Ed. (Spl. Educaiton) and B. Ed. (Nursery Education) under Jamia category (25%) must have obtained the Bachelor degree from Jamia Millia Islamia as a regular student. (9) If seats are left unfilled in any category, such seats 20. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING shall be transferred to the General Category. & TECHNOLOGY However, the transfer of unfilled seats reserved for SC/ ST candidates to the general category shall Faculty of Engineering and Technology was established be governed under the provision of para 6.2 (vi) in the year 1985. The Faculty is presently running of the Prospectus. undergraduate courses leading to the degree of B. Tech. in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics & (10) Urdu Medium Seats: The candidates applying for Communication and Computer Engineering branches. Urdu Medium seats in Social Science and Science Post-graduate courses leading to degree of M. Tech. in Groups should have passed High School or higher Environmental Science and Engineering, Electrical examination with Urdu as an optional subject. Power System Management, Mechanical Engineeirng Easy Urdu or Elementary Urdu will not be and Earthquake Engineering. Master of Business Administration (evening) and M.Sc. Electronics courses treated as a subject for consideration under this are also offered. Research Programmes leading to the category. degree of Ph.D. are also offered by all the departments. (11) Those who have passed their B.A. Examination The Faculty is also running Evening Courses (part-time) in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics & in one language only, after completing an Communication and Computer Engineering at examination conducted by language education undergraduate (B.E.) level. The Evening Courses at B.E. institution (e.g. Sahitya Ratna, Adib-i-Kamil) are level are designed and conducted to provide NOT eligible for admission. opportunities to improve technical qualification of in- service Diploma holders with the objective to equip the (12) While calculating the percentage of marks secured students with the knowledge and experience of modern by a candidate only those marks shall be technology relevant to their profession. The M.B.A. considered which are taken into account by the (Evening) Course is being run in the Faculty for in- concerned board/ university for the purpose of service engineers, executives and managers. In addition awarding Division/ Class. In case results declared to these courses, Jamia Polytechnic offers Diploma in form of letter grades, it will be responsibility of Engineering courses in Civil, Electronics, Electrical, the candidate to supply a certified copy of marks Mechanical and Computer Engineering branches. As an extension of continuing education program, Jamia equivalent to the grade obtained. Polytechnic also offers part- time Diploma Engineering (13) Scholars enrolled in Ph.D. programme shall not courses in Civil, Electronics, Electrical, Mechanical and be given admission to B.Ed. or any other course Computer Engineering branches in the evening for in- of the Faculty of Education. service vocational professionals. 19.1. Maximum Time Limit for Completion of Faculty of Engineering and Technology has well Each Course in Faculty of Education qualified faculty members in all the departments. The laboratories of all the departments are well equipped Maximum permissible periods for completion of each course shall be as per the following table:48
  • 53. and strengthening of these laboratories are continuously 20.1.2. Post-graduate Programme:pursued. The Faculty has its own library and computercentre in addition to the central library and a Centre for The Departments of the Faculty offer Post-graduateInformation Technolgoy to cater to the specialised needs programme leading to M. Tech. & M. Sc. degrees.of the students of the Faculty. The University has an (i) Mode of admission in M. Tech. & M. Sc. courses.excellent facility for the games & sports (indoor and All the admissions will be made on the basis of meritoutdoor both) and gymnastics, which is shared by all determined by aggregate marks obtained in the Entrancethe faculties. Test having a weightage of 85% marks and interviewIn all such courses that follow Semester System, each weightage of 15% marks. Attending the interview shall be compulsory for the candidates who qualify in theAcademic Year is divided into two semesters viz. odd Entrance Test. Syllabus for the entrance test for thesesemesters and even semesters each of which is ordinarily courses is available on Jamia’s website.of 20 weeks duration followed by Winter Vacation andSummer Vacation respectively. The Academic Schedule (ii) Time limit for completing the course:for all the semesters is notified by Dean’s office at the The maximum time limit for completing the course is 4commencement of the Annual Academic session. End years for full-time and 5 years for part-time studentsSemester Examinations are conducted and completed after admission to the course in the first year.in two weeks time allotted for this purpose. Under 20.1.2.1.M. Tech. in Electrical Power Systemnormal circumstances, a maximum gap of one day Management [EPSM] (Department ofbetween End Semester examinations of two theory Electrical Engineering)courses of a Semester is permissible.The Training & Placement Office of the University is The course will have full-time candidates, both fresh graduates and also in-service Engineers duly sponsoredactively looking after the training and placement needs by their respective employers. The sponsored candidatesof the students of Faculty of Engineering & Technology. (full-time) will complete the course in four semestersA large number of leading organizations are regularly along with the regular students. The sponsoredvisiting for campus placements. The graduates of earlier candidates can also complete the course in six semestersbatches have been gainfully employed in reputed public as a part-time programme, for which their classes willand private sector organizations in India and abroad. be arranged along with the full-time students.Many have opted for higher education in India and A sponsored candidate should be a teacher/researcherabroad. in a Government, Semi government or PrivateFaculty of Engineering and Technology comprises of Educational Institution with two years teaching /the following: research experience after passing the qualifying1. Department of Civil Engineering examination. A sponsored candidate can also be an employee in a Government or Semi-government2. Department of Mechanical Engineering organization / Public Sector Unit, with not less than two3. Department of Electrical Engineering years Industrial or field experience in the relevant area4. Department of Electronics & Communication after passing the qualifying examination. Preference Engineering will be given to the candidates in the academic profession or with R & D organisations.5. Department of Computer Engineering6. Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities (i) Number of Seats7. University Polytechnic As per the AICTE approval, 10 non-sponsored candidates and 5 sponsored candidates will be admitted20.1. REGULAR COURSES to the M. Tech. course. Three seats for SC/ ST candidates20.1.1. Ph.D. Programme shall be over and above the intake, as per the AICTE approval.All the Departments of the Faculty offer Ph.D. (ii) Minimum Requirements for Admissionprogramme. The admission process in Ph. D. starts inJuly and January each year. The schedule of admission Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering from a recognized University with not less than 60% marks inand the guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website an absolute system or a minimum grade of 6.75 on a 10accordingly. point scale will be considered for admission. 49
  • 54. 20.1.2.2. M. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering (i) Minimum requirements for Admisison: [Machine Design, Thermal Engineering, Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering form a recognized Production & Industrial Engineering], University with not less than 60% marks in an absolute (Department of Mechanical Engineering). system or a minimum grade of 6.75 on a 10 point scale. The Faculty is offering a four-semester postgraduate (ii) Number of seats : course leading to the degree of M.Tech. (Mechanical As per AICTE approval, a total of 18 candidates shall Engineering) with specialization in three streams, be admitted to the programme. namely Machine Design, Thermal Engineering and Production-Industrial Engineering. The courses deal 20.1.2.4. M. Sc. [Electronics] (Department of with both theoretical and experimental aspects. The Applied Sciences & Humanities) Department of Mechanical Engineering has well The Faculty of Engineering & Technology is offering a equipped, state of the art laboratories, interacts with the two-year Post-graduate Programme in Electronics in the industries, and emerging and real life problems are taken Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities. The as project work for students. course lays strong emphasis on the fundamentals of This is a full time regular course and will have only Electronic Science and its applied aspects. It also full-time candidates, both fresh graduates and also in- exposes the students to the state of art in design of service engineers duly sponsored by their respective electronic circuits and systems. employers. (i) Number of Seats: 30 (i) Minimum requirement for admission (ii) Minimum Requirements for Admission (a) First Class Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics/ Physics/ Instrumentation or Engineering, Production Engineering, Automobile B. Appl. Sc. (Hons) in Instrumentation/ B. Applied Sc. Engineering, Manufacturing and Automation in Instrumentation/ B.Sc. Instrumentation/ B.Sc Engineering from a recognized University. (Electronics)/ B.Sc. (pass) with Physics, Maths as (b) The candidate having valid GATE Score will be optional subjects with at least 50% marks or equivalent preferred. However, at the moment, no scholarship grade in qualifying examination. is available under this category. (ii) Number of Seats 20.1.3. Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) Machine Design: 6 The Faculty of Engineering and Technology offers four Thermal Engineering: 6 year (8 Semesters) Under-graduate courses leading to Production & Industrial Engineering: 6 the degree of B. Tech. in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics & Communication, and Computer Total - 18 Engineering. 20.1.2.3. M. Tech. in Earthquake Engineering (i) Number of Seats (Department of Civil Engineering) The total number of seats in B. Tech courses are given below: The Faculty of Engineering & Technology offers a Post- graduate course leading to the degree of M. Tech. S.No. Names of the Courses No. of (Earthquake Engineering) to fresh/in service/sponsored Seats civil engineering graduates. The minimum duration of 1. B. Tech. (Civil Engineering) 70 the course shall be four semester. For in-service/ 2. B. Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) 70 sponsored candidates, the minimum duration of the 3. B. Tech. (Electrical Engineering) 70 course shall be six semesters. An in-service/sponsored candidate should be an emplyee in the government, semi- 4. B. Tech. (Electronics & government or private institution/organization with a Communication Engineering) 70 minimum experience of two years in teaching/research/ 5. B. Tech. (Computer Engineering) 70 field, after passing the qualifying examination. The (ii) Minimum Requirements for Admission classes for this course will be held between 9 am to 5:30 p.m on working days. Sr. Sec. School Certificate (10+2) / Intermediate or its equivalent of a recognized Board with Physics, Chemistry50
  • 55. and Mathematics as their main subjects, with not less than in a capacitor, electric current, Ohm’s law, Series and45% marks in PCM. parallel arrangement of resistances and cells, Krichoff’sAge: Not less than 17 years as on October 1, 2011. Laws, Wheatstone bridge and its applications, heating effect of current, current carrying wire in a magnetic(iii) Mode of Admission field, moving coil, galvanometer, ammeter, voltmeter,The admission to these courses will be made on the basis Ampere’s law, Faraday’s Law, Lorentz Force, effect ofof merit determined by an Entrance Test of 3 hours magnetic field on current carrying conductors,duration with a weightage of 170 (Physics 55 + Maxwell’s equations, curved mirrors and thin lenses,Chemistry 55 + Maths 60) marks followed by an magnification, microscope and telescope, wave natureInterview with a weightage of 30 marks to be conducted of light, interference phenomena, Young’s double siltby a duly constituted Interview Committee. The medium experiment, fringe width, polarisation of light, cathodeof Entrance Test will be English. All applicants who rays radioactive law of decay, half life, photo-electricqualifies the Entrance Test and called for interview shall effect, Bohr’s theory of hydrogen like atoms, X-rayshave to attend the interview. production and properties, diode rectification and triode amplification, Atomic nucleus, binding energy, nuclear(iv) Time Limit for completing the Courses energy by fission and fusion, elementary properties ofThe time limit for completing the courses is 7 years after semi conductors and devices based on them, Michelsonadmission to the course in the first year. Morley experiment, postulates of special theory of relativity.(v) Syllabus for B. Tech. Entrance TestThere shall be one paper containing three sections viz. Chemistry:Physics, Chemistry & Maths. All questions will be ofobjective type. General Chemistry/ Physical Chemistry: Atomic mass, extraction of metals, gas laws, ideal gas equation, KineticPhysics: molecular theory of gases, constituents of the atom, nuclear model of atom, Bohr’s atomic modelUnits and dimensions, SI units, displacement, velocity, (Mathematical details excluded), Quantum mechanicalkinematics in one and two dimensions with constant model of atom. Aufbau principle, Hund’s Rule. Paul’sacceleration, projectiles, motion, concepts of relative exclusion principle, de Broglie equation, Uncertaintymotion, circular motion. Newton’s Laws of motion, principle, shapes of obitals, Modern periodic table,concepts of inertial frame, momentum and energy, periodic trends in properties, ionization energy, electronuniversal law of gravitation, variation of the acceleration affinity, atomic radii and electronegativity, Chemicaldue to gravity with altitude and latitude. Kepler’s Law bonds, quantum theory of covalent bonds, hydrogenof motion of planets and satellites, simple harmonic bond, hybridization involving s.p. & d orbital, shapesmotion. Centre of mass of a system of particles, elastic of molecules, VSEPR Concept, molecular orbital theory,and inelastic collision in one dimension, rigid bodies, solid state, X-ray studies of crystals, packing in crystals,moments of inertia of simple shapes like ring, disc, crystal lattices, Internal energy, enthalpy, Hess’s Law,cylinder and sphere, angular momentum, torque, entropy, free energy, heat of reactions, concept ofconservation of angular momentum. Hook’s law, chemical equilibrium, Law of Equilibrium, LeYoung’s Modulus shear and bulk moduli, principle of Chatelier’s Principle and its applications, ionisation ofbuoyancy, pressure in a fluid wave motion, concepts of electrolytes, acid base equilibrium, solubility product,amplitude, frequency and phase, longitudinal and ionization of water, pH, redox reactions, Galvanic celltransverse waves, progressive and stationary waves, and its EMF, electrode potential, effects of temperaturevibration of string and air columns, resonance, Doppler’s and concentration, electrolysis, Oxidation number,effect, Thermal expansion of solids, liquids, and gas, Solutions, lowering of vapour pressure, Raoult’s Law,gas laws, absolute temperature, specific heat, Cp, Cv, chemical kinetics, rates of reaction, its dependence onisothermal and adiabatic processes, calorimetry, latent concentration, order of a reaction, factors affecting rateheat, equivalence of heat and work, conduction, of a reaction, rate constant, half life period of first orderconvection and radiation, Elements of Kinetic Theory reaction, absorption, colloidal state, preparation andof gases, pressure of an ideal gas equipartition of energy, properties of colloidal solutions, gold no, radioactivity,Coulomb’s law, electric field, lines of force, electric half life, Carbon dating, chemical thermodynamics.potential. capacitors in series and parallel, energy stored 51
  • 56. Inorganic Chemistry: Preparation and Properties of applications of dot (scalar) and cross (vector) product the following : Hydrogen, Oxygen, Halogens, Noble of two, three and four vectors. gases, Water, Hydrogen peroxide, Nitrogen, Boron, Plane and Solid Geometry - Classification of curves Silicon, Phosphorous, sulphur, sodium, potassium, represented by general polynomial equations magnesium, calcium, aluminium, iron, copper, silver, (homogeneous and non- homogeneous) of second gold, zinc, mercury, tin, lead, transition elements, inner degree in x and y, Homogeneous equations of nth degree, transition elements, cement, glass, plastics, soaps, Detailed study of families of Straight lines and Circles, detergents, coordination compound. Parabola, Ellipse and Hyperbola, condition of tangency Organic Chemistry: Organic radicals, ions, inductive, of a line to a curve of any positive integral degree in x electromeric and resonance effects, isomerism, and, simple problems on plane, straight line in space Homologous series. General preparation and functional and sphere. group properties of the following with emphasis on Trigonometry -Trigonometrical conditional identities points noted against each of them. and equations, Relations between sides, angles and radii (a) Alkanes (free radical substitution) alkenes of incircle, circum circle and excribed circle associated (electrophilic addition, Markownikoffs addition, with triangle, Inverse circular functions, Polar form of peroxide effect) and alkynes complex number, Euler’s formula, Values of (a + ib)p/q (b) Alcohol, distinctions, holoform reaction , Applications of De-Moivre’s theorem. (c) Alkyl halides (Nucleophlic substitution) Determinants and matrices - Multiplications of (d) Carbonyl compounds (Nucleophilic, Addition, determinants and matrices, adjoint and inverse of polymerization and condensation) matrices, rank ‘of matrix, Cramer’s rule, Applications of determinants and matrices, Geometrical (e) Ethers and carboxylic acids transformations (i.e. reflection, rotation, translation, (f) Amines (classification, distinction, basic nature) enlargement), their composition and representation by (g) Benzene (resonance), Toluene, Phenol, glycerol, matrices. Limit, Continuity, Monotonocity, Oils and Fats; Proteins, nucleic acids. Differentiability, Differentiation of composite function, Carbohydrates and lipids. Implicit relation, Parametric forms, logarithmic differentiation, differentiation by transformations, Mathematics: increasing and decreasing functions, Tangent, Normal, Maxima and Minima of a function of one variable, Set Theory and Higher Algebra -Algebra of sets, velocity, Acceleration, Rolle’s theorem, Lagrange’s relation, One, Many one, Onto and Into Mappings, mean value theorem, standard results on successive Inverse mapping, Composite mapping, Bounded and (ordinary and partial) differentiation. L ‘Hospital’s rule, unbounded sets Neighbourhood of a point, domain, Seven indeterminate forms, Euler’s theorem on Codomain, Range. Square roots of polynomial quadratic homogenous function for partial differentiation, Simple surds, unity, A.P., H.P., G.P. and other related problems on Leibnitz’s theorem. Equations of tangent miscellaneous series, A.G.P., Method of differences, plane and normal line at any point of 3 D figures. Sum of the squares and cubes of first n natural numbers, Simple geometrical problems of permutations and Integral Calculus - Integration by well known standard combinations, General terms in the expansions of results, by substitutions, by parts, by partial fractions, Logarithmic, Exponential series, binomial and some well known definite integrals, properties of definite multinomial theorems, remainder theorem, Factor integrals, Reduction formulae, Applications of definite theorem, rationalising factor of binomial surd of different integral in finding the area of bounded region in x-y orders, Conversion of a fraction and a quadratic surds plane, Volume and lateral (curved) surface area of some into a continued fraction, Inequalities. Periodic function, well known 3-D solids obtained by revolution, Mean hyperbolic function, Inverse hyperbolic functions, value, Mean square value, root mean square value of a Greatest integer functions, Absolute function, Signum function for a given interval, Calculation of a interval function, Even and Odd functions, Transcendental in which the value of a given definite integral exists. functions, Rational and Irrational algebraic functions etc. Differential Equations - Formation of ordinary and partial differential equations, General and particular Vector Algebra - Linear combination of vectors, linear solution of O.D.E. of I order and I degree (i.e. variable dependence and independence of vectors, Geometrical52
  • 57. separable for, homogeneous form, linear form, exact Note : Cadidates who have passed the qualifying examform and their reducible form obtained by some with Elementary Mathematics & Elementary Sciencetransformations and integrating factors), O.D.E. of I shall not be eligible for admission.order but not of I degree, General solution of dny/dxn = (iii) Mode of AdmissionG(x), d2y/dx2 = H(y). The admission to this course will be made on the basisMathematical Statistics - Karl Pearson’s simple of merit determined by an Entrance Test of 3 hourscorrelation coefficient for a tabulated function between duration with a weightage of 170 marks followed by antwo variable Coefficients of covariance and variation, Interview with a weightage of 30 marks to be conductedLines of Regression, regression coefficients Properties by a duly constituted Interview Committee. The mediumof binomial, normal and poission distributions. Measures of Test will be English. All applicants who qualifies theof skewness and Kurtosis. Entrance Test and called for interview shall have toDynamics and Statics: Standard formulas and attend the interview.elementary problems. (iv) Time Limit for completing the Course20.1.4 Diploma in Engineering (Regular) The time limit for completing the course is 6 years after admission to the course.Faculty of Engineering & Technology offers three year (v) Syllabus for Diploma in Engineering (Regularregular programme leading to the award of Diploma in & Evening) Entrance TestCivil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics &Communication and Computer Engineering under There shall be one paper containing three sections vizUniversity Polytechnic. Physic, Chemistry & Maths. All questions will be objective type as expected in the Secondary School(i) Number of Seats Examination. The distribution of marks for Physics,The total number of seats in various courses of Diploma Chemistry and Mathematics portions shall be 30%, 30%in Engineering (Regular) are given below: and 40% respectively.S.No. Names of the Courses No. of Seats PHYSICS: Distance and displacement, Scalar and1. Diploma in Civil Engineering 60 Vector quantities, addition and subtraction of Vectors,2. Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 60 resolution of Vector. Speed and velocity, uniform and3. Diploma in Electrical Engineering 60 non-uniform motion, circular motion, mass and weight;4. Diploma in Electronics Engineering 60 momentum, impulse, laws of motion, conservation of5. Diploma in Computer Engineering 60 momentum; work, power and energy, conservation of energy. Characteristics of sound waves, longitudinal and(ii) Minimum Requirements for Admission transverse waves, v =n relation.Secondary School/High School Certificate of a Spherical mirror, mirror formulae, laws of reflection andrecognized Board with not less than 45% marks in refraction, refraction through a glass slab and prism, totalScience and Maths, or PCM as the case may be (Other internal reflection, dispersion of light. Lens formulae,than Bio-Sc.). power of a lens. Microscope and Telescope. OR Coulomb’s law, electric current, electric potential andSenior Secondary School Certificate / Intermediate or potential difference; Ohm’s law. Law of resistance inan equivalent exam. from a recognized Board with not series and parallel. Heating effect of current -electricless than 40% marks in aggregate of Science and Maths energy, electric power. Chemical effect of current -or PCM as the case may be (other than Bio-Sc.). electroplating and electrolysis. Magnetic effect of OR current-electric motor, generator- A.C. and D.C.Equivalent certificate course from an institute Nuclear Fission and Fusion, chain reaction.recognized by State/Central Govt. or Sr. Sec. School CHEMISTRY: Atomic and molecular mass, moleCertificate in Vocational Engg. with not less than 50% concept, Avogadro’s Number, Avogadro’s law, ideal gas,marks in aggregate. gas laws, ideal gas equation, diffusion, STP.Age: Not less than 15 years as on October 1, 2011. Fundamental particles, isotopes and isobars in an atom, cathode rays, Rutherford’s experiment, Postulates of Bohr’s theory, Electronic configuration of first twenty 53
  • 58. elements. Periodic classification of elements and The classes in this course are held in the morning from gradation of properties (atomic size, ionization energies, 7:50 A.M. to 9:30 A.M. on working days and 7:50 A.M. electron affinities, electro-negativities and metallic to 11:00 A.M. on weekends. However, the timing of character etc.) Electrovalent, covalent and co-ordinate classes may be changed at any time, if required. bonds. Chemical equation. True solution, colloids and (i) Number of Seats: 15 suspension. Strong and weak electrolytes. Acids, bases and salts. pH of a solution. Rate of the reaction and (ii) Minimum Requirements for Admission factors affecting the rate of the reaction. Oxidation and (a) Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Mechanical, Chemical, reduction. Electrical, Metallurgical, Mining, Agricultural Metallurgical process. Manufacture & chemical Engineering or any other equivalent and relevant properties of Sodium Carbonate and Ammonia. degrees in Engineering and Technology only with Properties of halogens & alkali metals. Properties of not less than 60% marks in absolute system or sulphur compounds (H2S, H2SO4 and SO2). Allotropes equivalent grades. of Sulphur, Phosphorus and Carbon. Hydrocarbons: (b) The candidate should have a minimum of two years saturated and unsaturated, homologous series, functional industrial or field experience in the area of group. Combustion of hydrocarbons. Environmental/Pollution Control Technology, after MATHEMATICS: System of Linear equations in two passing the qualifying examination. However variables and their solution by algebraic method. inservice candidates having 70% marks or above Application of linear equations in two variables in in the qualifying examination shall also be eligible solving simple problems. Quadratic equations and their for admission without requisite Teaching/ solutions by factorisation and quadratic formula. Industrial/Field experience. Applications of quadratic equations in solving simple (c) Permanent employees of Government or Semi- problems. General terms of an A.P., sum to n-terms of Government Organisation, Public Sector Units and an A.P. and simple problems. Instalment payment and Private Limited companies approved and instalment buying. recognised by Jamia Millia Islamia, should furnish Surface area and volume of a cuboid, cube, cone and a sponsoring letter and No Objection Certificate sphere. Theorems and problems based upon vertically from the employer. opposite angles, congruence of triangles (SAS, ASA, (iii) Mode of Admission SSS and RHS). Theorems and problems on similar All the admissions will be made on the basis of triangles. Pythagorus theorem and problems based on merit determined by aggregate marks obtained in it. Circle through three points, problems based upon the Entrance Test having a weightage of 85% marks equal chords, angle subtended at centre by an arc / and interview weightage of 15% marks. All chord of a circle, angle in semicircle and segments. applicants who qualifies the Entrance Test and Trigonometrical ratios of angles (Sin, Cos, & tan for 0, called for interview shall have to attend the 30, 45, 60 and 90). Simple height and distance interview. Syllabus for the Entrance Test for this problems. Collection and presentation of data, frequency course is given on the Jamia’a website. distribution, mean of grouped data and bar chart. Co- (iv) Time Limit for completing the course ordinates of points, distance between two points, section formula and its application. The time limit for completing the course is 5 years after admission to the course in the first year. 20.2. PART-TIME COURSES 20.2.2. M.B.A. (Evening) 20.2.1 M. Tech. in Environmental Science & Engineering The Faculty of Engineering and Technology offers an M.B.A. (Evening) programme for working executives The Faculty of Engineering and Technology is offering and in-service practicing personnel to help them become a Post-Graduate course leading to M. Tech. in more effective decision-makers in their fields through Environmental Science and Engineering under the upgradation of knowledge and managerial skill. Department of Civil Engineering. This is a three years (i) Number of Seats: 70 course consisting of six semesters. The course is open to in-service Engineers and Scientists.54
  • 59. (ii) Minimum Requirements for Admission (ii) Minimum Requirements for AdmissionA bachelor ’s degree or Master’s degree from a Three/four year Diploma Course in respective or relevantrecognized University or an equivalent qualification with branch from recognized Polytechnic or Technicalat least 50% marks in aggregate or an equivalent grade Institute with at least two years professional experiencewith at least 2 years professional experience after passing after passing Diploma in respective or relevant branch.qualifying examination. However, for B.E. (Computer Engineering), three/four(iii) Mode of Admission year Diploma either in Computer Engineering or inThe admission to this course will be made on the basis Electronics & Communication Engineering or inof merit determined by an Entrance Test, Experience relevant branch is required together with at least twoand Interview. The Entrance Test shall be of 3 hrs years Professional Experience after Diploma. Diplomaduration with a weightage of 130 marks and shall be holders from Jamia Polytechnic, J.M.I securing 70%followed by an Interview with a weightage of 30 marks. marks or more are also eligible to appear in the EntranceThe weightage for Professional Experience shall be 40 Test without Professional Experience. The experiencemarks. The medium of Test will be English. An applicant shall be reckoned from the date of declaration of result/who qualifies the Entrance Test and called for interview date of issue of mark-sheet of qualifying examinationshall have to attend the interview. Syllabus for the or the date of beginning of professional engagementEntrance Test for this course is available on the Jamia’s (which ever is later) till the last date of submission ofwebsite. Application Form. Documentary evidence of declaration of result is required, at the time of interview.(iv) Time Limit for completing the CourseThe time limit for completing the course is 6 years after (iii) Mode of Admissionadmission to the course in the first year. The admission to this course will be made on the basis of merit determined by an Entrance Test, Experience20.2.3 Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) and Interview. The Entrance Test shall be of 3 hrs(Evening) duration with a weightage of 130 marks and shall beThe Faculty of Engineering & Technology offers a four followed by an Interview with a weightage of 30 marks.year Evening Programme leading to the degree of The weightage for Professional Experience shall be 40Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Civil, Mechanical, marks. The medium of Test will be English. AllElectrical, Electronics & Communication and Computer applicants who qualifies the Entrance Test and calledEngineering for the working professionals/ experience for interview shall have to attend the interview. Syllabusholders to upgrade their professional qualification, for the Entrance Test for this course is given on theknowledge and skills in their respective fields. Jamia’s website.The classes in evening courses are usually held from (iv) Time Limit for completing the Course6.00 pm to 9.15 pm daily, Monday to Saturday. Practical The time limit for completing the course is 7 years afterclasses are held during daytime on Sunday. The timings admission to the course in the first year.of classes may be changed, if required. Annualexaminations of these courses are normally held in the 20.2.4 Diploma in Engineering (Evening)month of December/January. The Faculty of Engineering & Technology offers a four(i) Number of Seats year evening programme leading to the Diploma in Civil,The total number of seats in various courses of B.E. Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics and Computer(Evening) are given below: Engineering under University Polytechnic. The classes in evening courses are usually held fromS.No. Names of the Courses No. of Seats 6.00 pm to 9.15 pm. daily on Monday to Saturday.1. B. E. Civil Engineering 70 Practical classes are held during daytime on Sunday.2. B. E. Mechanical Engineering 70 Annual examinations of these courses are normally held3. B. E. Electrical Engineering 70 in the month of December/January.4. B. E. Electronics (i) Number of Seats & Communication Engineering 70 The total number of seats in various courses of Diploma5. B. E. Computer Engineering 70 in Engineering (Evening) course are given below: 55
  • 60. S.No. Names of the Courses No. of Seats the candidate keeping in view the order of choice 1. Diploma in Civil Engineering 60 furnished by him/her in application for admission 2. Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 60 and his/her performance in the Entrance Test and Interview. However, the branch allotted shall 3. Diploma in Electrical Engineering 60 remain provisional and shall be subject to automatic 4. Diploma in Electronics Engineering 60 change due to vacancies arising in different 5. Diploma in Computer Engineering 60 branches, till such time that the admission process (ii) Minimum Requirements for Admission is declared closed by the University. The branch, last allotted to the candidate before closure of Secondary School Certificate (Class X) with Science admission process shall be treated as final allotment and Maths with 2 years Certificate Course from JMI or of branch to him/her. No application/request from ITI or equivalent Certificate Course from an institute the candidate regarding allotment/change of branch recognized by State/Central Govt. shall be entertained at any stage during or after the OR completion of admission process. However, a Minimum 2 years working experience in the relevant candidate can retain the branch allotted to him/her field after passing Sec. School Certificate Exam with at the time of admission, by giving a written request Science and Maths. to that effect, at the time of admission only. OR (iii) Admit Cards for appearing in the Entrance Test l2th Class of Analogous Vocational Stream/Science will be sent by post to the candidates. If the Admit Stream Card is not received in time or is lost by the candidate, he/she should contact in person to the Note : Cadidates who have passed the qualifying exam Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and with Elementary Mathematics & Elementary science Technology, Jamia Millia Islamia, Jamia Nagar, shall not be eligible for admission. New Delhi, on 9th or 10th June, 2011 only, along (iii) Mode of Admission with two color photographs as per specification, The admission to these courses will be made on the basis form number, bank slip for having deposited the of merit determined by an Entrance Test, Experience fee and the receipt issued by the Post Office for and Interview. The Entrance Test shall be of 3 hrs having dispatched the application form for getting duration with a weightage of 130 marks and shall be duplicate Admit Card. No duplicate Admit Card followed by an Interview with a weightage of 30 marks. will be issued on the day of Entrance Test. The weightage for Professional Experience shall be 40 Duplicate Admit Card will have to be collected by marks. The medium of Test will be English. All the candidate only and will not be sent by post. No applicants who qualifies the Entrance Test and called correspondence will be entertained in this for interview shall have to attend the interview. connection. (iv) Time Limit for completing the Courses a) The use of calculator/ cell phones/ mobile/ or any computational/communicational gadgets are not The time limit for completing the courses is 7 years after allowed in the Examination Hall. admission to the course in the first year. b) The Question Booklet and OMR Answer sheet (v) Syllabus for Diploma in Engineering (Evening) must be handed over to the Invigilator before Entrance Test leaving the Examination Hall. No page should be The Syllabus for Entrance Test of Diploma in torn off the question booklet. Engineering (Evening) Courses is the same as that for c) The candidates are required to follow complete Diploma in Engineering (Regular) Courses. Please refer instructions given in the Admit Card. to 20.1.4 (v) for the Syllabus. d) Violation of any of the instructions or use of unfair 20.3 SOME RULES RELATING TO ADMISSION means will entail cancellation of the whole Admission Test of the candidate. (i) Jamia Millia Islamia is not a participant in the AIEEE conducted by the Central Board of (iv) The candidate, if selected, for admission to regular Secondary Education (C.B.S.E.). courses will have to submit the following documents in original, failing which the admission (ii) In all such cases where different branches are will be cancelled. offered in a course, a branch shall be allotted to56
  • 61. (a) Marks sheet of Sr. Sec. School and birth certificate (b) Character Certificate from the present employer. (in case of B. Tech.) (vi) Migration/Transfer Certificate in original from the(b) Marks sheet of Class X and birth certificate (in case Institution last attended will have to be submitted of Diploma Engg.) within one month of admission.(Note: The original Marks sheet / Certificates will 20.4 TIME LIMIT FOR COMPLETION OFbe returned to candidates after six months). EACH COURSE(v) In case of admission to all Part-Time courses, the The attention of all those seeking admission to JMI is candidates will have to submit the following directed to the following Ordinance: “No person shall documents in original: be allowed to appear in the examination after the expiry(a) No Objection Certificate from the present of the period specified against each course as noted employer, below”: Name of the Course Maximum Duration in the Years (After admission to the course in First Year) M.Tech. 4 years for full-time 5 years for part-time M.B.A. (Evening) 6 M.Sc. (Electronics) 4 B.Tech. 7 B.E. (Evening) 7 Diploma Engineering (Regular Course) 6 Diploma Engineering (Evening Course) 7 20.5 DETAILS OF ADMISSION TEST, INTERVIEW & EXPERIENCE Course of Study No. of Papers/ Marks Duration of Test Test Interview Experience M. Tech. (Electrical Power System One/ 2 hours 85 15 - Management) M.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) One/ 2 hours 85 15 - M.Tech. (Earthquake Engineering) One/ 2 hours 85 15 M. Sc. Electronics One/ 3 hours 170 30 - B. Tech. One/3 hours 170 30 - (Physics 55 + Chemistry 55 + Maths 60) Diploma Engineering One/3 hours 170 30 - (Regular courses) M. Tech. (Environmental One/ 2 hours 85 15 - Sc. & Engineering) M.B.A. (Evening) One/ 3 hours 130 30 40 B.E. (Evening) One/3 hours 130 30 40 Diploma Engineering (Evening) One/3 hours 130 30 40NOTE:1. The medium of test will be English.2. Attending the Interview is compulsory.3. Detailed syllabi for entrance tests of various regular courses are given in the Prospectus and the details of Part-time courses are given on the Jamia’s Website. 57
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  • 66. 20.8 INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING AND SUBMITTING THE APPLICATION FORM GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS i) Separate Form should be submitted for each course. ii) The candidate seeking admission is required:- • to go through the Prospectus carefully; • to satisfy eligibility requirement to appear in the entrance test; • to send the application on the prescribed Application Form complete in all respect; • to write complete mailing address (in CAPITAL LETTERS only) with Postal Pin Code and contact Telephone No. in the Application Form; • to fill in the Application Form in own handwriting in CAPITAL LETTERS in English only, using BLACK BALL POINT PEN, within the prescribed boxes. Use BLACK BALL POINT PEN for darkening the appropriate oval(s) also. In case of any discrepancy between the information filled in the boxes and the darkened ovals, the information provided in the darkened ovals shall be treated as final. • to ensure that signature, address and photograph are within the space provided. iii) The photograph must have been taken within last three months. iv) For downloaded form, fill the Bank Demand draft No., date of issue and name of the Bank. Also write full name and date of birth of the candidate on the reverse side of demand draft. v) Overwriting, cuttings, erasings in the application form and incomplete form may lead to rejection of form and should be avoided. Any error arising on this account shall be the responsibility of the candidate. Note: Candidates are advised to take a photocopy of the blank Application Form and fill all the entries on the photocopy including darkening the appropriate ovals. Having satisfied himself/herself of filling all the entries correctly on the photocopy, candidate should fill the original Application Form. Submit the original Application Form only and not the photocopy of the form. vi) The Application Form duly filled in should be sent to THE DEAN, FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA NEW DELHI – 110025 in the printed envelope supplied by Jamia so that it reaches positively by the prescribed last date of submission of the application form. vii) The photo of applicant must measure 4 cm by 5 cm with the face centered in the frame as shown below. • The photo must be a full face view and it should cover at least 75% of the photo area. • The applicant should not look down up or to either side, in photo. • Side or angled views are NOT acceptable. The photo should be in color, and must have only a white or off-white background. Blurred photos or photos with dark, busy, or patterned backgrounds will not be accepted.62
  • 67. INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OF FORM (SIDE – 1)Item 1 & 2: Fill in the name of the course along with code in the Boxes and darken appropriate oval.Item 3 : Fill in the category claimed by the Applicant along with the code in the Boxes and darken appropriate oval.Item 4 : Fill ‘Y’, if the applicant is Kashmiri migrant, else fill ‘N’ in the Box and darken appropriate oval. Applicant has to provide proper certificate, at the time of interview, to claim this category.Item 5 : Fill ‘Y’, if the applicant is Physically Disabled (as defined in the Prospectus), else fill ‘N’ in the Box and darken appropriate oval. Applicant has to provide proper certificate to claim this category at the time of interview.Item 6 : For applicants of B. Tech. /Diploma Engg. and Diploma Engg. (Evening) courses only. Fill in the preference in the boxes and darken appropriate ovals. The preference shall be treated as final and cannot be changed at later stage.Item 7 : For applicants of M. Tech. EPSM only. Applicant should specify his/her status by filling appropriate code in the Box and darkening oval as Sponsored/non Sponsored candidate.Item 8 : For applicants of M. Tech. Mechanical Engg. only. Fill in the preference in the boxes and darken appropriate ovals. The preference would be treated as final and cannot be changed at later stage.Item 9: Name: Applicant should write his/her name, in capital letters as given in Class X Certificate of Board/ University. Each letter should be filled in one box. Leave a blank Box between first, middle and last name. Before filling in the Application Form, write on a plain paper and verify the correctness of spellings. Applicant should also darken appropriate ovals under each Box. Example : Candidate’s Name : SEEMA KHANItem 10 : Date of BirthEnter date of birth as given in Your High School (Class X) certificate in the space provided and must darken the appropriate ovals. Example: If your date of birth is September 01, 1992, fill it as shown below:Item 11: Gender: Fill in the Gender of the Applicant along with code (1 for male and 2 for female), and darken the appropriate oval.Item 12 Center Choice for B. Tech. only: Fill in the choice of city for Centre along with code and darken appropriate oval as choice of city. Darken only one oval. Outstation test centres: Srinagar, Guwahati and Leh. Allotment of test Centres will be the sole discretion of Jamia Millia Islamia.Item 13 : Qualifying Exam Details: The codes for qualifying examinations (to determine the eligibility for admission to the course being applied for) are given in Table 1.In the boxes, write code of the qualifying examination on the basis of which you are seeking admission to the course you are applying for. Applicant should also darken the appropriate ovals. Example: 10+2 is the qualifying examination for admission to B.Tech. write 02 in the boxes as shown below: 63
  • 68. Board/ University: The codes for Boards/Universities are given in Table 2. Write the code of the Board/ University from where you have passed the qualifying examination in the boxes. Also darken the appropriate ovals.Example: If you are applying for Diploma Engg. and have passed the qualifying examination from CBSE, the code will be 05. Write this code in the boxes as shown below: Year of Passing/ Appearing: Write year of passing/appearing the qualifying examination in the boxes provided and darken the corresponding ovals. Example: Write 2011 if you have passed / are appearing, in the qualifying examination in 2011, as shown below: Percentage: Write the percentage of marks, obtained in the qualifying examination as mentioned under “Minimum Requirements for Admission”, in the Boxes and darken appropriate ovals. Calculate the percentage correctly and round off upto second decimal place. Leave the boxes blank, if your result for the qualifying examination is awaited. The applicants should refer to Table 3 for calculating the percentage of marks. Example: If you are applying for B.Tech. write the percentage marks of PCM. If your PCM is 83.95, write as shown below: Item 14: State of Domicile: Codes of Indian States are listed in Table 4 at the end of these instructions. Write the code of state of your domicile in the boxes and darken appropriate ovals Item 15 : Address: Write your complete mailing address where you want your Hall Ticket to be sent. USE CAPITAL LETTERS ONLY. Also write your contact Telephone No. Any request for change in address will not be entertained. Use black ballpoint pen only. Item 16 : Photograph: A recent photograph of the size and specifications as described above in General Instructions. Item 17 : Signature: The candidate must sign within the box using black ballpoint pen. SIDE 2 All the entries on Side 2 of the Application Form should be filled in by the candidate in his/her own handwriting using black ball point pen only. Form should be duly signed by the Guardian and the applicant at appropriate locations. Candidate should also put his/her thumb impression (left thumb for male / right thumb for female) at the location mentioned in the form. Table 1: Qualifying Exam Code (for Item No. 13)64
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  • 70. Table 3: Criteria for Percentage of Marks (for Item No. 13) Application for the Course Criteria for percentage of marks Diploma Engg.(Regular/Evening) Science (excluding Biology) and Maths or PCM as the case may be, if class X is the qualifying examination. PCM if class XII is the qualifying examination. B.Tech. PCM in class XII B.E (Evening) Equivalent marks of Final Cumulative Performance Index (FCPI) or final Aggregate percentage of marks in the qualifying examination. M.Tech / MSc. (Electronics) / MBA (Evening) Equivalent marks of Final Cumulative Performance Index (FCPI) or final Aggregate percentage of marks in the qualifying examination.66
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  • 74. 21. FACULTY OF LAW Objective Type Questions : 45 Marks Subjective Type Questions : 40 Marks The Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia was established in 1989 making its modest appearance in NOTE: The test ordinarily will be of one and a half the field of legal education by introducing a three year hours’ duration. LL.B. programme. Over the past two decades, the Time Limit for completion of the Course: As per Jamia Faculty has made significant progress in terms of rules students are required to complete the course within restructuring of courses and syllabi, introducing new Four Years. courses, experimenting with innovative techniques of imparting legal education and strengthening its clinical 3. B.A., LL. B. (Hons.) programme in order to give due emphasis to the Duration & Academic Terms: 5 Academic Years expanding horizons of the legal profession. (Comprising of two Semesters in each Academic Year) In its continuous endeavors in this regard, the Faculty Eligibility : A candidate for admission to the B.A., LL.B. has since introduced a five year integrated B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Course is required to have: (Hons.) Programme from the academic session 2002- 2003 thereby replacing the three year LL.B. Course, a (a) “Passed the class XII examination in the 10 + 2 four semesters Post-graduate Programme (LL.M.) in scheme or its equivalent in any discipline securing three specialized streams of Personal Laws, Corporate in the aggregate not less than 50% of the total marks Laws and Criminal Laws and a Ph.D. programme, both in all the core subjects and English Language put having commenced from the academic session 2000- together” and 2001. (b) “Not completed the age of 21 years as on July 1 of COURSES AND REQUIREMENTS the year of admisison”. Unless otherwise stated, admission to all courses is made Number of Seats : 80 on the basis of merit determined by the aggregate of marks obtained in the written test (85% ) and an Medium: The medium of instruction in teaching and interview (15%). examinations shall be English. 1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Admission Test: (a) Admission to the B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) first year shall be made on the basis of an The Faculty offers a Ph.D. programme in different areas All-India Entrance Test. of Law. The admission processes in Ph. D. starts in July and January each year. The schedule of admission and (b) The standard of Admission Test will be of class 12 the guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website (10+2 system) of the CBSE, Delhi. The test accordingly. ordinarily will be of one and a half hours’ duration with objective type questions and will cover broadly 2. Master of Laws (LL. M.) four areas, i.e., General English, General Duration : 4 Semesters (Spread over two years) Knowledge, Logical Reasoning and Legal Aptitude. Eligibility : LL.B. with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate or equivalent grade points. Time Limit for Completion of the Course: As per the Jamia rules students are required to complete the Course Number of Seats : 20 within Eight Years. Admission Test : The Entrance Test for the LL.M. course will be based on the LL.B. Course. The question paper for the Entrance Test of LL.M. will consist of two parts:70
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  • 77. 22. FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE 3. Masters in Ekistics (M. Ekistics) Duration : 4 Semesters (Spread over two years) & EKISTICS Number of seats : 20The Department of Architecture was established underthe Faculty of Engineering and Technology in the Eligibility: Bachelor’s degree in Architecture orYear2001-2002. In a very short span of time Jamia has equivalent recognized by Council of Architecture withcreated a history by establishing its ‘Faculty of not less than 50% marks in absolute system or aArchitecture & Ekistics’, which is aimed to establish a minimum grade corresponding to 50% marks on a 10seat of excellence for the education of architecture and point scale will be considered for admission.associated disciplines and facilitate multidisciplinaryresearch to deal with the complexities of Human Selection procedure : The Selection will be made onsettlements as a whole. the basis of percentage of Marks secured in Entrance Test followed by interview.Consultancy Cell: As per the recommendations of theCOA the Faculty is equipped with a consultancy cell Marks of Entrance Test - 85%where live projects are handled by the faculty to give Interview - 15%the students practical experience & keep them updatedwith the latest trends of the profession.1. Ph.D. Programme: Syllabus for M.Arch/ M. Ekistics Entrance ExamThe Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics offers a Ph. D. City Planning: Origin and growth of Humanprogramme. The admission processes in Ph. D. starts in Settlement. Biological and behavioral responses toJuly and January each year. The schedule of admission human settlement Role of River Banks in growth ofand the guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website human settlement. Western world, River valleyaccordingly. settlements, Greek, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance and2. M. Arch. modern. principles of Ekistics Linear, Radial and GridNumber of Seats: 60 Iron layout patterns. Planning theories of the twentieth century, Industrial revolution and modern city, GardenThe M. Arch. shall be offered in the following five City, Satellite town Current theories on Physicalspecialized areas: Planning. Socio-economic Dynamics of Urbanization. S.No. Name of the Course No. of Methodology of conducting town planning, surveys and Seats analysis of data, collected, use of G.I.S. Preparation of 1. Pedagogy 10 Master plans. Zoning and development controls 2. Medical Architecture 10 Building byelaws; sustainable development. 3. Building Services 10 Traffic Characteristics: Composition, speed, volume and 4. Recreational Architecture 10 direction of movement. Urban road systems and 5. Urban Regeneration 20 geometry. Capacity of roads and intersections.Duration : 4 Semesters (Spread over two years) Housing: Concept of housing; neighborhood concept;Eligibility Requirements : Bachelor’s degree in site planning principles; housing typology; housingArchitecture or equivalent recognized by Council of standards; housing infrastructure; housing policies,Architecture with not less than 50% marks in absolute finance and management; housing programs in India;system or a minimum grade corresponding (grade self help housing.equivalent to 10 point scale) will be considered for Landscape Design: Site study and analysis, Siteadmission. planning principles. Contour interpretation and slopeSelection procedure : The Selection will be made on analysis, principles and elements of landscape designs,the basis of percentage of Marks secured in Entrance study of landscape features and their use toTest followed by interview. contemporary landscape projects, understanding of construction detail and use of material in landscape Marks of Entrance Test - 85% features. History of landscape styles, plant materials: Interview - 15% Types, names of familiar plants and their characteristics 73
  • 78. Computer Applications in Architecture: Introduction Structural Systems: Elements of Earthquake to various softwares available for documentation, Engineering, zoning, base shear, Lateral forces, synthesis presentation & Drawing purpose. Introduction to Auto of force systems to create Structural system. Vector CAD: Basic 2D commands their function and Active, Surface Active and Bulk Active systems. Theory application, Layers and Colors. Understanding of of Folded Plates, Domes, Shell, Vault. Space Frame, Flat commands line pline, spline, x-ref, attributes, model Slabs, Hollow Floor, Portal Frame, Cables and space, paper space etc. introduction to basic 3D Suspension Structures. Structure System for Seismic commands, Introduction to Revit, Basic working Zone Inflatable Structure, principles of pre-stressing: commands for Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, 3D Max Pre-tensioning and Post Tensioning of Concrete as applications helpful in architectural commands. members. Environmental Studies in Building Science: Infrastructure, Services and Amenities: Principles of Components of Ecosystem; ecological principles water supply and sanitation systems; water treatment; concerning environment; climate responsive design; solid waste disposal systems; waste treatment, recycle energy efficient building design; thermal comfort; solar & reuse; urban rainwater harvesting; power supply and architecture; principles of lighting and styles for communication systems — network, design & illumination; basic principles of architectural acoustics; guidelines; demography related standards at various environment pollution, their control & abatement. levels of the settlements for health, education, recreation, religious & public-semi public facilities. Visual and Urban Design: Principles of visual composition; proportion, scale, rhythm, symmetry, Development Administration and Management: harmony, datum, balance, form, colour, texture; sense Planning laws; development control and zoning of place and space, division of space; barrier free design; regulations; laws relating to land acquisition; focal point, vista, image ability, visual survey, figure- development enforcements, urban land ceiling; land background relationship. management techniques; planning and municipal administration; disaster mitigation management; 73rd History of Architecture: Indian – Indus valley, Vedic, & 74th Constitutional amendments; valuation & Buddhist, Indo-Aryan, Dravidian and Mughal periods; taxation; revenue resources and fiscal management; European – Egyptian, Greek, Roman, medieval and public participation and role of NGO & CBO; renaissance periods construction and architectural styles; Institutional networking & capacity building. vernacular and traditional architecture. 4. Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch.) Development of Contemporary Architecture: Architectural developments and impacts on society since The Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics offers two five industrial revolution; influence of modern art on year Under-Graduate Programme leading to the degree architecture; works of national and international of B. Arch. architects; art novuea, eclecticism, international styles, post modernism, deconstruction in architecture. S. No Programme No. of seats 1 B. Arch. 40 Building Services: Water supply, sewerage and drainage systems; sanitary fittings and fixtures; plumbing systems, 2 B. Arch. (Self Financing) 40 principles of internal & external drainage systems, principles of electrification of buildings, intelligent Minimum requirements for Admission buildings; elevators & escalators, their standards and A candidate who has passed 10 + 2 Examination uses; air conditioning systems; fire fighting systems, and has secured not less than 50% marks in building safety and security systems. aggregate with Mathematics, English, Physics, and Building Construction and Management: Building Chemistry as subjects shall be eligible for construction techniques, methods and details; building admission to first year of the B. Arch. Course, systems and prefabrication of building elements; subject to an aptitude test. principles of modular coordination; estimation, A 3 - year Diploma (10+3) recognized by Central/ specification, valuation, professional practice; project State government provided that the candidate management techniques e.g., PERT, CPM etc; passed the Diploma with 50% marks in aggregate.74
  • 79. Mode of Admission bodies, moments of inertia of simple shapes like ring,The admission to this course will be made on the basis disc, cylinder and sphere, angular momentum, torque,of merit determined by an Entrance Test of two papers conservation of angular momentum. Hook’s law,of 2 hrs & 3 hrs duration with a weightage of 70 Young’s Modulus shear and bulk moduli, principle of(Physics, Chemistry , Maths ) marks & weightage of buoyancy, pressure in a fluid wave motion, concepts of100 (Aptitude Test) marks followed by an Interview with amplitude, frequency and phase, longitudinal anda weightage of 30 marks to be conducted by a duly transverse waves, progressive and stationary waves,constituted Interview Committee. The medium of vibration of string and air columns, resonance, Doppler’sEntrance Test will be English. All applicants who effect, Thermal expansion of solids, liquids, and gas,qualifies the Entrance Test and called for interview shall gas laws, absolute temperature, specific heat, Cp, Cvhave to attend the interview. and isothermal and adiabatic processes, calorimetry, latent heat, equivalence of heat and work, conduction,Preference of course convection and radiation, Elements of Kinetic TheoryCandidates are required to specify the preference of of gases, pressure of an ideal gas equipartition of energy,course B. Arch. / B. Arch. (self financing) as I, II or N coulomb’s law, electric field, lines of force, electric(N-No choice). potential. capacitors in series and parallel, energy storedTime Limit for completing the Course in a capacitor, electric current, Ohm’s law, Series and parallel arrangement of resistances and cells, Krichoff’sThe maximum time limit for completing the course is 8 Law, Wheatstone bridge and application, heating effectyears after admission to the course in the first year. of current, current carrying wire in a magnetic field,B. Arch. Entrance Test moving coil, galvanometer and ammeter, Amphere’s law, Faraday’s Law, Lorentz Force, effect of magneticThere shall be two papers, the first (PCM) containing field on current carrying conductors, Maxwell’sthree sections viz. Physics, Chemistry & Maths. The equations, curved mirrors and thin lenses, magnification,questions in the first (PCM) test will be objective types& Aptitude Test will contain subjective (illustrative) as microscope telescope, wave nature of light, interferencewell as objective questions. The student has to secure at phenomenon, Young’s double silt experiment, fringeleast 33% marks in both PCM & Aptitude Test width, polarisation of light, cathode rays radioactivityseparately. law of decay, half life, photo-electric effect, Byohr’s theory of hydrogen like atoms, X-rays production andDetails of Marks properties, diode rectification and triode amplification, Atomic nucleus, binding energy, nuclear energy by fission and fusion, element4ary properties of semi conductors and devices based on them, Michelson Morley experiment, postulates of special theory of relativity.NOTE: 1. The medium of test will be English. Chemistry:SYLLABUS FOR P.C.M. General Chemistry/ Physical Chemistry: Atomic mass, extraction of metals, gas laws, ideal gas equation, KineticPhysics: molecular theory of gases, constituents of the atom,Units and dimensions, SI units, displacement, velocity, nuclear model of atom, Bohr’s atomic modelkinematics in one and two dimensions with constant (Mathematical details excluded), Quantum mechanicalacceleration, projectiles, concepts of relative motion, model of atom. Aufbau principle, Hund’s Rule. Paul’scircular motion. Newton’s Laws of motion, concepts of exclusion principle, de Broglie equation, Uncertaintyinertial frame, momentum and energy, universal law of principle, shapes of obitals, Modern periodic table,gravitation, variation of the acceleration due to gravity periodic trends in properties, ionization energy, electronwith altitude and latitude. Kepler’s Law of motion of affinity, atomic radii and electronegativity, Chemicalplanets and satellites assuming circular orbits, simple bonds, quantum theory of covalent bonds, hydrogenharmonic motion. Centre of mass of a system of particles, bond, hybridization involving s.p. & d orbital, shapeselastic and inelastic collision in one dimension, rigid of molecules, VSEPR Concept, molecular orbital theory, 75
  • 80. solid state, X-ray studies of crystals, packing in crystals, unbounded sets Neighbourhood of a point, domain, crystal lattices, Internal energy, enthalpy, Hess’s Law, Codomain, Range. Square roots of polynomial quadratic entropy, free energy, heat of reactions, concept of surds, unity, A.P., H.P., G.P. and other related chemical equilibrium, Law of Equilibrium, Le miscellaneous series, A.G.P., Method of differences, Chatelier’s Principle and its applications, ionisation of Sum of the squares and cubes of sum of the squares and electrolytes, acid base equilibrium, solubility product, cubes of first n nature numbers, Simple geometrical ionization of water, pH, redox reactions, Galvanic cell problems of permutations and combinations, General terms in the expansions of Logarithmic, Exponential and its EMF, electrode potential, effects of temperature series, binomial and multinomial theorems, remainder and concentration, electrolysis, Oxidation number, theorem, Factor theorem, rationalising factor of binomial Solutions, lowering of vapour pressure, Raoult’s Law, surd of different orders, Conversion of a fraction and a chemical kinetics, rates of reaction, its dependence on quadratic surds into a continued fraction, Inequalities. concentration, order of a reaction, factors affecting rate Periodic function, hyperbolic function, Inverse of a reaction, rate constant, half life period of first order hyperbolic functions, Greatest integer functions, reaction, absorption, colloidal state, preparation and Absolute function, Sisgnum function, Even and Odd properties of colloidal solutions, gold no, radioactivity, functions, Transcendental functions, Rational and half life, Carbon dating, chemical thermodynamics. Irrational algebraic functions etc. Inorganic Chemistry: Preparation and Properties of Vector Algebra -Linear combination of vectors, linear the following : Hydrogen, Oxygen, Halogens, Noble dependence and independence of vectors, Geometrical gases, Water, Hydrogen peroxide, Nitrogen, Boron, applications of dot (scalar) and cross (vector) product Silicon, Phosphorous, sulphur, sodium, potassium, of two, three and four vectors. magnesium, Plane and Solid Geometry - Classification of curves calcium, aluminium, iron, copper, silver, gold, zinc, represented by general polynomial equations mercury, tin, lead, transition elements, inner transition (homogeneous and non- homogeneous) of second elements, cement, glass, plastics, soaps, detergents, degree in x and y, Homogeneous equations of nth degree, coordinate compound. Detailed study of families of Straight lines and Circles, Parabola, Ellipse and Hyperbola, condition of tangency Organic Chemistry: Organic radicals, ions, inductive, of a line to a curve of any positive integral degree in x electromeric and resonance effects, isomerism, and, simple problems on plane, straight line in space Homologous series. General preparation and functional and sphere. group properties of the following with emphasis on points noted against each of them. Trigonometry - Trigonometrical conditional identities and equations, Relations between sides, angles and radii (a) Alkanes (free radical substitution) alkenes of incircle, circum circle and excribed circle associated (electrophilic addition, Markownikoffs addition, with triangle, Inverse circular functions, Polar form of peroxide effect) and alkynes complex number, Euler’s formula, Values of (a + ib )p/ (b) Alcohol, distinctions, holoform reaction q , Applications of De-Moivre’s theorem. (c) Alkyl halides (Nucleophlic substitution) Determinants and matrices - Multiplications of (d) Carbonyl compounds (Nucleophilic, Addition, determinants and matrices, adjoint and inverse of polymerization and condensation) matrices, rank ‘of matrix, Cramer’s rule, Applications of determinants and matrices, Geometrical (e) Ethers and carboxylic acids transformations (i.e. reflection, rotation, translation, (f) Amines (classification, distinction, basic nature) enlargement), their composition and representation by (g) Benzene (resonance), Toluene, Phenol, glycerol, matrices. Limit, Continuity, Monotonocity, Oils and Fats; Proteins, nucleic acids. Differentiability, Differentiation of composite function, Carbohydrates and lipids. Implicit relation, Parametric forms, logarithmic Mathematics: differentiation, differentiation by transformations, increasing and decreasing functions, Tangent, Normal, Set Theory and Higher Algebra -Algebra of sets, Maxima and Minima of a function of one variable, relation, One, Many one, Onto and Into Mappings, velocity, Acceleration, rolle’s theorem, Lagrange’s mean Inverse mapping, Composite mapping, Bounded and value theorem, standard results on successive (ordinary76
  • 81. and partial) differentiation. L ‘Hospital’s rule, Seven Abstract Drawing- Exercises to complete an abstractindeterminate forms, Euler’s theorem on homogenous figure provided into a creative pattern or art based onfunction for partial differentiation, Simple problems on visualisation, imagination and creativity.Leibnitz’s theorem. Equations of tangent plane and Sketching of Scene- Sketching of scenes from everydaynormal line at any point of 3 D figures. urban and rural life commonly observed such as markets,Integral Calculus - Integration by well known standard festival, mela, ghats, playgrounds, railway stations, busresults, by substitutions, by parts, by partial fractions, stops etc; from memory. Ability to draw objects fromsome well known definite integrals, properties of definite imagination with details like colour, texture, materialsintegrals, Reduction formulae, Applications of definite etc;integral in finding the area of bounded region in z- y Colouring- Colouring in pencil, water/poster colours orplane, Volume and lateral (curved) surface area of some any other medium for colouring techniques andwell known 3-D solids obtained by revolution, Mean composition of colours.value, Mean square value, root mean square value of afunction for a given interval, Calculation of a intervalin which the value of a given definite integral exists.Differential Equations - Formation of ordinary andpartial differential equations, General and particularsolution of O.D.E. of I order and I degree (i.e. variableseparable for, homogeneous form, linear form, exactform and their reducible form obtained by sometransformations and integrating factors), O.D.E. of Iorder but not of I degree, General solution of dny/dxn =G(x), d2y/dx2 = H(y). 23. FACULTY OF FINE ARTSKarl Pearson’s simple correlation coefficient for a Faculty of Fine Arts was established in 1951 as Arttabulated function between two variable Coefficients of Institute, when Mr. Abul Kalam laid the foundation atcovariance and variation, Lines of Regression, the Jamia Millia Islamia. The objective was to impartregression coefficients Properties of binomial, normal training to Art and Craft teachers with the modernand poission distributions. Measures of skewness and concept and methods of Art Education. In 1967 the ArtsKurtosis. Institute became the Department of Art and Craft Education and a part of the Teachers’ Training College.SYLLABUS FOR APTITUDE TEST In the year 1980-81 it became the Department of Fine Arts and Art Education and started the professionalReasoning and Awareness (Objective Type) Courses in B.F.A. Painting, Applied Art and Sculpture.Current affairs- Science & Technology, Sports & The B.A (Hons.) course in Art and Art Education hasEntertainment, Place & Buildings, Personalities etc. now been modified to B.F.A. in Art Education to develop into a comprehensive degree program for Art teachers.Social and Cultural Awareness. Later on December3, 2007 it was declared as “FacultyReasoning- Simple reasoning to select the odd one out of Fine Arts”.from the set of entities, to find sequence in progression. Faculty of Fine Arts in Jamia Millia Islamia comprisesDrawing (Subjective Type) the following Departments:Free Hand Sketching- Free hand sketching of simpleobjects from everyday life such as furniture, 1. Department of Paintingkitchenware, vehicles and natural elements such as 2. Department of Sculptureflowers, leaves, plants, trees etc from observation and 3. Department of Applied Artrecall from memory. Sense of Scale and proportion.Enlargement & Reduction- Enlargement and reduction 4. Department of Art Educationof given figures, understanding of scale and proportion. 5. Department of Art History & Art AppreciationGeometrical Drawing- Drawing of basic geometricalshapes such as lines, angles, triangles, polygons, circles 6. Department of Graphic Artetc and their compositions. 77
  • 82. COURSES AND REQUIREMENTS: Certificate Course in Photography (S.F.) M.F.A. APPLIED ART: Duration: 01 (One) year Duration: 4 Semesters (Spread over Two Years) Number of seats: 20 Number of seats: 8 As per the following category-wise distribution of seats: * If there is no candidate in Physically Challenged Category the seat will be transferred to General Category. Eligibility: A candidate for admission to M.F.A Applied Art should have passed (10+2+4) Four Year B.F.A. Certificate in Calligraphy (S.F.) Applied Art degree course from Jamia Millia Islamia or Duration: 01 (One) year any University /Institution recognized by Jamia Millia Islamia with at least 60% of marks. Number of seats: 7 Admission Procedure: Admission to the courses will be made on the basis of merit determined by aggregate of marks in admission written test 85 marks (50 marks practical & 35 marks for theory and interview (15 marks). * If the candidate is not available in any discipline B. F. A. APPLIED ART: (Calligraphy-Hindi, Urdu & English), the seats will be transferred to other discipline. Duration: 4 year full time Eligibility: The minimum educational requirements will Number of seats: 30 be (10th class) Secondary School Examination pass with As per the following category-wise distribution of seats: 40% marks. Admission Procedure: Admission to the Certificate Courses will be made on the basis of practical and interview for 100 marks (85 marks for practical and 15 Eligibility: Applicants for this course should have marks for interview.) passed Senior School Certificate examination or any M.F.A. PAINTING other equivalent examination recognized by Jamia Millia Islamia and secured at least 50% marks in aggregate of Duration: 02 years (Full Time) 04 Semester subjects taken into account for awarding divisions. Number of seats: 8 OR Candidates who have passed Senior School Certificate or equivalent examination are also eligible, provided Eligibility: A candidate for admission to M.F.A. should they have obtained at least 50% marks in Bachelor’s have passed B.F.A. Painting (10+2+4) or equivalent Degree Examination. from Jamia Millia Islamia with 60% marks or a four or Admission Procedure: Admission to the course will five year B.F.A. Painting course from any University be made on the basis of practical and interview for 100 recognized by Jamia Millia Islamia with at least 60% of Marks. 50 marks for practical, 35 marks for theory and marks. 15 marks for interview. Admission Procedure: Admission to the course will Certificate in Commercial Art (S.F.) be made on the basis of merit determined by aggregate of marks secured in admission test which is for 100 Duration: 01 (One) year marks (50 marks practical, 35 marks theory and 15 marks for interview). Candidate should bring their original paintings, drawing, sketches at the time of interview.78
  • 83. B.F.A. PAINTING Admission Procedure: The admission to the course will be made on the basis of merit determined by an aggregateDuration: 4 years (Full Time). of marks in admission test of 85 marks (i.e.50 marks forNumber of Seats – 20 practical, 35 marks for theory) and 15 marks fjor Interview. BFA Art EducationEligibility: An applicant for this course should have Duration: 4 year (full time)passed Senior School Certificate Examination or any Number of Seats – 20other equivalent examination recognized by Jamia MilliaIslamia and secured at least 50% marks in aggregate ofsubjects taken into account for awarding divisions.Candidate who have passed Senior School Certificateor equivalent examination are also eligible, providedthey have obtained at least 50% marks in Bachelor’sDegree Examination.Admission Procedure: Admission to the course willbe made on the basis of merit determined by aggregate Eligibility : An applicant should have passed Seniorof marks secured in admission test which is for 100 School Certificate examination or any other examinationmarks. Life Drawing 25 marks, Composition 25 marks, recognize by Jamia with at least 50% marks in aggregateWritten Test 35 marks and 15 marksfor interview. of subjects taken into account for awarding division.Certificate in Painting Admission Procedure: The Admission to the BFA ArtDuration: 1 year (Self Financing Part Time Evening). Education course will be made on the basis of Test andNumber of Seats – 20 interview for 100 Marks. 50 marks for Practical, 35 marks for theory and 15 marks for interview. MFA Sculpture Duration: 4 Semester (spread over Two years)Eligibility: The minimum educational requirement willbe Secondary School Examination pass with 40%. Number of Seats – 5Admission Procedure: Admission to the course willbe made on the basis of practical test and interview for100 marks (85 marks practical and 15 marks interview).MFA Art EducationDuration: 4 Semester (spread over Two years) Eligibility: A candidate for the admission of MFA shouldNumber of Seats – 8 have passed BFA (10+2+4) or four year Degree course from a recognize University/ Institution with at least 60% marks in aggregate. Admission Procedure: The admission to the course will be made on the basis of merit determined by aggregate of marks in admission test for 100 marks. 50 marks for practical, 35 marks for theory and 15 marks for Interview.Eligibility: A candidate for the admission of MFA shouldhave passed BFA (10+2+4) or four year Degree coursefrom a recognized University/ Institution with at least60% marks in aggregate. 79
  • 84. BFA Sculpture Number of seats: 10 Duration: 4 year (full time) Number of Seats – 10 Admission Procedure: Admission to the courses will be made on the basis of the merit determined by an Eligibility: An applicant should have passed Senior aggregate of marks in admission test of 85 marks and School Certificate examination or any other examination 15 marks for interview. recognized by Jamia with at least an aggregate of 50% marks in subjects taken into account for awarding CERTIFICATE IN ART APPRECIATION division. Duration: 6 weeks Admission Procedure: The Admission to the course Two classes of three hours twice a week once annually. will be made on the basis of Test and interview for 100 Number of seats: 25 Marks. 50 marks for Practical, 35 marks for theory and 15 marks for interview. Eligibility: The minimum educational requirement will be Secondary School Examination pass with 40% marks. Diploma in Sculpture: Admission Procedure: The selection of Candidates will Duration: 2 years be based on merit determined through a written entrance Number of Seats – 10 test 85% and intervidew 15%. M.F.A. GRAPHIC ART (Print Making) Duration: 4 semesters (spread over two years) Number of seats: 8 Certificate in Sculpture: Duration: 1 years Number of Seats – 10 Eligibility: A candidate for admission to MFA Graphic Art should have passed BFA (10+2+4) or a four years degree course from a recognized University/Institution with at least 60% of marks. Eligibility: Passed Secondary School/ Senior Secondary Admission Procedure: Admission to the courses will School Certificate examination (Class XII) with at least be made on the basis of the merit determined by 40% marks. The admission to the course will be made aggregate of marks in admission test of 85 marks. 50 on the basis of practical test 85 marks and 15 marks for marks for practical, 35 marks for theory and 15 marks Interview. for interview. M. F. A. ART HISTORY & ART General Guidelines for admission to the courses of APPRECIATION Faculty of Fine Arts: i) The candidates applying for Urdu medium seats Duration: 4 Semesters (Spread over Two Years) should have passed High School or higher Eligibility: The Candidates having a four year course examination with Urdu as an optional subject. Easy in Art History or have completed B.A. (H) in Humanities Urdu or Elementary Urdu will not be treated as a with at least an aggreagate of 60% marks from a subject for consideration under this category. recognized University /Institution are also eligible to ii) The candidate who has been admitted in the B.F.A. apply in MFA Art History. courses shall have to study easy Urdu, if they have80
  • 85. not studied it at least Xth standard and / or have Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) not obtained any Certificate for having passed an 1. Duration: 5 years examination in Urdu. It will be essential for the Number of seats: 50 students to pass the examination in easy Urdu in Eligibility: order to get the degree. However, foreign student visually handicapped / impaired student will i) Age Limit: Candidate should complete the age of exempted from this clause. 17 years on or before December 31, 2011iii) It is compulsory to the candidate to appear in all ii) An applicant must have passed Senior Secondary the three respective tests, and in interview with School Certificate Examination (10+2) or its portfolio. equivalent examination of a recognized Board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English If a candidate has missed the first test he / she will individually and must have obtained a minimum not be allowed to appear for the other two. of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistryiv) Materials required for test: Colors, brushes, and Biology at the qualifying examination and in pencils 2B, 3B, 4B, 6B, water colour, Rubber, water addition must have come in the merit list by bowl, acrylic colour, count stick, charcoal stick, securing not less than 50% marks in Physics, drawing board, eraser, water proof black ink, Chemistry and Biology taken together in the instrument box with set square, scissors for paper Entrance Test. In respect of the candidates cutting, glue stick/gum etc. belonging to scheduled castes, scheduled tribes or any other categories notified by the Government,v) Paper will be provided by the Department. the marks obtained in the Physics, Chemistry andvi) Candidate should have to bring their original the Biology taken together in qualifying paintigs, drawing, sketches at the time of interview. examination and competitive examination shall be 40%. 24. FACULTY OF DENTISTRY 2. Mode of Admission i) The admission to the Bachelor of Dental SurgeryThe Faculty of Dentistry was established in 2009 with a course shall be made on the basis of meritvision to develop a community of professionally determined by an Entrance Test and Interview.qualified dental surgeons and to provide dental servicesto all sections of the society. ii) Entrance Test shall comprise of 170 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s) in Physics, ChemistryThe Faculty is backed by a team of academically and Biology (Zoology & Botany) set out of thequalified faculty members committed to cater to the prescribed syllabi. The test shall be followed byspecific needs of the students admitted to its Bachelor an Interview with a weightage of 30 marks.of Dental Surgery programme. Its future endeavorsinclude the introduction of Masters Degree programs in iii) The medium of the Entrance Test will be English.various branches of Dentistry, besides offering essentialsupport systems for undertaking research in dentistry in 3. Entrance Test Details/Admission Procedurecollaboration with other national and international i. Admission to Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)institutions of medical sciences. course would be done through a written testThe Faculty practical training laboratories/clinics are followed by an Interview. The written test will bewell equipped with necessary infrastructure and the latest held at various Centres in Jamia and at the otherinstruments/equipments required in dental surgery. To places in Delhi/NCR. The Centres details for thecater to the specialized training of the students of the Entrance Test will be displayed at the JamiaFaculty, a hundred bedded general hospital is under website: http://jmi.ac.in.construction, which will offer specialized healthcare ii. The Admit cards for Entrance Test will be sent byservices. Meanwhile, under an agreement with the post. Applications on the prescribed forms mustMinistry of Labour, Government of India the Faculty of be accompanied by a self-addressed envelope ofDentistry, JMI will use ESI General Hospital at Okhla 10 cm x 23 cm size affixing postage stamp of Rs.for clinical training of the students as per curriculum. 25. 81
  • 86. 4. General Guidelines for admission to Bachelor Syllabus for Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) of Dental Surgery (BDS) Course: Entrance Test 1. Candidates obtaining less than 50% marks for all Chemistry categories of the applicants except SC/ST who must Some basic concepts of Chemistry, Structure of Atom, obtain at least 40% marks in the Entrance Test will Classification of elements and periodicity in properties, not be eligible for admission. There will be no Chemical bonding and molecular structure, States of negative marking in the Entrance Test. Matter, Gases and Liquids, Thermodynamics, 2. The selected/wait listed candidates must report to Equilibrium, Redox Reactions, Solid State Solution the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Dentistry along Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry, with the Admit Card issued for the Entrance Test, Hydrogen, General principles and process of isolation and the original and self-attested copy of the of elements, Studies of s & p-block elements, Studies following documents on the Date and Time as per of d & f-block elements, Coordination Compounds, the schedule for Interview: Organic Chemistry, Some basic principles & techniques, (i) Proof of passing examinations mentioned by the Hydrocarbons, Environmental Chemistry, Haloalkanes candidates in the application form together with and Haloarenes, Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers, mark–sheet of the Senior Secondary School or Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acids, Organic equivalent examination passed from a recognized compounds containing nitrogen, Biomolecules, Board. Polymers, Chemistry in everyday life. (ii) Birth Certificate (Secondary School Certificate or Physics High School Certificate or an equivalent certificate) Physical World and Measurement, Kinematics, Laws of (iii) Character Certificate from the Head of the Motion, Work, Energy and Power, Motion of System of institution last attended. Particles and Rigid Body, Gravitation, Properties of Bulk Matter, Thermodynamics, Behavior of Perfect Gas and (iv) In case of intervening period, a certificate from a Ist Class Gazetted Officer/Notary for the entire Kinetics, Theory of Gases, Oscillations and Waves, intervening period showing candidate’s Electrostatics, Current, Electricity, Magnetic Effect of preoccupations after leaving the institution last Current and Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and attended will be required. Alternating Current, Electromagnetic Waves, Optics, Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation Atoms and Nuclei, (v) Three copies of recent passport size coloured Electronic Devices, Communication Systems. photographs to be pasted on the Application Form and the Admit Card. Biology (vi) Certificate of verification of the reserved category Zoology : Diversity in living organism, Classification issued by the competent authority. of living organisms, Systematics and binomial system of nomenclature, Zoological parks and museums, (vii) All original certificates/mark sheets and relevant Tissues in animals, Morphology, Anatomy and functions documents shall be deposited by the candidates at of different systems of an amnelia (earthworm), an insect the time of Admission. The documents will be (cockroach) and an amphibian (frog). Biomolecules of returned to the concern candidates only after one cell, Enzymes, Digestion and absorption, Breathing and year from the date of admission. Respiration, Body fluids and circulation, Excretory (viii)No candidate, admitted to the Bachelor of Dental products and elimination, Locomotion and movement, Surgery (BDS) course in Jamia will be allowed to Control and coordination, Human Reproduction – take any other regular examination. Reproductive health, birth control, contraception and 3. The candidates admitted to BDS course shall under sexually transmitted disease, Human genetics - Sex go thorough Medical Examination. determination in human being, Lineage and crossing over, Inheritance pattern of hemophilia and blood groups 4. A student of I-year/semester of any course who is in human beings, Genome and Human Genome Project, detained due to shortage of attendance will no DNA fingerprinting, Evolution (Theories Evidences), longer remain the student of the University. Such Zoology in human welfare, Animal husbandry, Concepts students will have to seek fresh admission and will of immunology, Vaccines, Pathogens, Parasites, Cancer be required to go through the entire admission and AIDS, Adolescence and drug alcohol abuse, process.82
  • 87. Applications of Biotechnology, Recombinant DNA 25.ANWAR JAMAL KIDWAItechnology and its application in health, Species,Population, Community, Animal ecological adaptation, MASS COMMUNICATIONWildlife Conservation. RESEARCH CENTREBotany : Biological Classification (5 Kingdom System The AJK Mass Communication Research Centre is a/ Classification); Classification of Angiosperms upto premier media institution in India. Founded in 1982 bySubclass Level, Botanical Gardens and Herbaria Anwar Jamal Kidwai (former VC of Jamia Millia IslamiaKingdom: Monera (Archaebacteria & Eubacteria), and later, Chairman of the Centre), the MCRC offersKingdom: Fungi Phycomycetes, Ascomycetes, post-graduate courses in the art, craft and technology ofBasidiomycetes, Deuteromycetes Kingdom: Plantae the modern media. The MCRC provides the highestAlgae, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Gymnosperms And standard of media education and training with aAngiosperms; Viruses, Viroids & Lichens, Structural professionally and academically accomplished facultyOrganization in Plants Morphology of Flowering Plants and a broad spectrum of visiting professionals.Root, Stem, Leaf and their Modifications, Inflorescence, The AJK MCRC was established in collaboration withFlowers, Fruit and Seed; Description of Following Plant York University, Toronto and the Canadian InternationalFamilies : (A) Fabaceae (B) Solanaceae (C) Liliaceae. Development Aid Agency. The CIDA provided the MCRC with a range of sophisticated productionAnatomy of Flowering Plants: Tissues: Meristematic equipment while York University sent the firstand Permanent, Simple and Complex Tissue System, generation of teachers. The team from York was led byAnatomy of Root, Stem & Leaf (Monocot & Dicot), distinguished documentary filmmaker James Beveridge,Secondary Growth in Stem & Root; Cell Structure and a close associate of documentary pioneer John Grierson,Function: Cell Wall, Cell Membrane and Cell founder of the National Film Board of Canada.Organelles, Plastids, Mitochondria, Endosplasmic Beveridge, who had worked closely with the BurmaReticulum, Golgi Bodies, Ribosomes, Lysosomes, Shell Film Company and Films Division in India, wasVacuoles, Centrioles, Nuclear Organization and uniquely placed to design the syllabus of this new mediaMicrobodies; Cell Division : Cell Cycle, Mitosis and institute.Meiosis, Plant Physiology; Transport In Plants, Mineral,Nutrition, Photo Synthesis in Higher Plants, Respiration AJ Kidwai envisioned the institute as providing anin Plants, Plants Growth and Development, Plant intensive and integrated media education that would enable students to develop their individual expertise andReproduction: Reproduction in Organisms, skills within a secular and collaborative workingReproduction in Flowering plants, Pollution and environment. The institute was expected to give studentsfertilization, Double fertilization, Development of seed a comprehensive media education that would nurtureand fruit, Apomixes and polyembryony, Development the individual aspirations of students while inspiringof seeds and fruits. them to make a meaningful contribution to the social environment within which they worked. The MCRCMendelian Inheritance, Chromosomal Basis of continues to work within this broad mandate whileInheritance, Deviations from Mendelian ratio (Gene regularly updating its courses to meet the growinginteraction), Incomplete dominance, Complimentary challenges of contemporary media. All the media coursesgenes, Multiple alleles and co-dominance; Molecular at the MCRC seek to create competent and thoughtfulBasis of Inheritance, DNA Structure, Replication, media practitioners whose engagement with the worldTranscription, Translation, Regulations of Gene of media is both professional and intellectual.Expression, Plant Breeding, Plant Tissue Culture, FoodProduction, Microbes in household, Food processing, COURSES OF STUDYIndustrial production, Sewage treatment and energy The Centre presently offers the following full timegeneration; Biotechnology and its Applications, programmes/courses:Recombinant DNA technology- Applications inagriculture and industry, Genetically modified (GM) 1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)organisms - Insulin and Bt. Cotton, Bio-safety issues; The Centre offers a Ph.D. programme in different areasEcology and Environment, Ecosystem : Components, of Mass Communication and Journalism. The admissionTypes and energy flow, Ecological adaptations in plants, processes in Ph. D. starts in July and January each year.Environmental issues. The schedule of admission and the guidelines are displayed accordingly on the Jamia Website. 83
  • 88. 2. M.A. in Mass Communication [Duration: 4 interventions in various development processes. To this Semesters (Spread over two years)] end the course attempts to train students to understand the use and potential of both interpersonal and mass The course offers a systematic progression of hand on- media processes in order to make effective production and theoretical papers that allow students to communication interventions around issues pertinent to experience the full range technical expertise, conceptual developing countries in general and India in particular. skills and artistic expression required to become accomplished practitioners of the electronic media and 5. P.G. Diploma in Still Photography & Visual 16mm Film production. Communication [Duration: 2 Semesters (Spread over one year)] Through a comprehensive education in extensive production skills (in Photography, Radio, Video, TV and The objective of the course is to educate still Film Production) and theoretical knowledge the course photography practitioners within a larger framework of encourages the student to adopt a creative, professional imaging studies and new digital technologies. Students and scholarly approach to media practices. The course are exposed to a range of specializations such as also allows the studnets to explore contemporary Photojournalism, Advertising Photography, Industrial performative practices. Over the years, the graduates of Photography, Science, Life Style, Documentary and the MCRC have distinguished themselves in a diversity Research based photography. of media related careers as television producers, feature 6. P.G. Diploma in Graphics and Animation film directors, documentary filmmakers, reporters, [Duration: 2 Semesters (Spread over one year)] editors, camerapersons, production designers, graphic novelists, installation artists, writers, teachers and The course is an intensive one year programme, designed scholars. to immerse students in the art and the craft of animation and visual effects. Covering the entire range of processes 3. M.A. in Convergent Journalism [Duration: 4 involved – from learning the principles of animation to Semesters (Spread over two years)] scripting, story boarding and production on high-end Responding to the professional challenges of the 3D/2D software packages – the student is provided a journalism industry, the AJK MCRC started a P.G. thorough introduction to the discipline. Addressing the Diploma course in Convergent Journalism in 2005. The growing demands of the computer graphics and enthusiastic response to the course, led to its being animation industry, the course seeks to produce creative converted into a two-year Masters course in 2007. animation filmmakers. . Through an integrated programme in Print, Broadcast (Radio and Television), Online, and Photo Journalism, 7. P.G. Diploma in Broadcast Technology the course seeks to produce skilled and trained [Duration: 2 Semesters (Spread over one year)] journalists, for all the four streams of journalism as The course seeks to produce trained personnel who can reporters, news writers, copy editors and producers. manage and maintain the technical infrastructure Students of the course are expected to envelop an required for media production and transmission. The international perspective through student exchange, course objective is to teach working principles and study abroad programs and pre-professional training operational aspects of various technical systems experience. The graduates of the course are expected to employed in content acquisition, production and distinguish themselves by their professionalism and a transmission in Radio and TV. Hands-on training in commitment to media ethics, social concerns and issues real working environment, familiarization with of human rights and civil liberties. broadcast stations and industry internship are part of the curriculum. After the completion of the course, 4. P.G. Diploma in Development Communication students find immediate employment in different sectors [Duration: 2 Semesters (Spread over one year)] of the media industry. The objective of this course is to produce professional communicators who can make effective and strategic84
  • 89. Eligibility Requirements and Entrance Examinations for each CourseCourses of Study Duration No. Eligibility Admission Process / Entrance Test (Years) of SeatsM.A in Mass 2 50 Graduation in any The students are not required to submit theirCommunication discipline (10+2+3) portfolio & Statement of Purpose with not less than 50 encapsulating all their extra curricular % marks in activities at the time of submission of aggregate. application form, but are expected to bring it in case of selection to the interview stage. The examination will comprise of a written test and an interview. Students selected in the written test will be called for the interview. The following is the distribution of marks for the Entrance Test & Interview. Paper I : 60 marks (Media Analysis) Paper II : 150 marks (Evaluation of Knowledge and Aptitude) Interview : 45 marks Portfolio in media related activities : 45 marksM.A in 2 20 Graduation in any The students are not required to submit theirConvergent discipline (10+2+3) portfolio & Statement of PurposeJournalism with not less than encapsulating all their extra curricular 50% marks in activities at the time of submission of aggregate. application form, but are expected to bring it in case of selection to the interview stage. The examination will comprise of a written test and an interview. Students selected in the written test will be called for the interview. The following is the distribution of marks for the Entrance Test & Interveiw. Written Exam: Paper I: Multiple Choice Questions: 100 marks Paper II: Descriptive: 100 marks Interview: 45 marks Portfolio: 55 marksP.G.Diploma in 1 40 Graduation in any The students are not required to submit theirDevelopment discipline (10+2+3) portfolio & Statement of PurposeCommunication with not less than encapsulating all their extra curricular 50 % marks in activities at the time of submission of aggregate. application form, but are expected to bring it in case of selection to the interview stage. The examination will comprise of a written test and an Interview. Students selected in the written test will be called for the interview. The following is the distribution of marks for the Entrance Test & Interview. Written Exam :150 marks Interview:30 marks Portfolio : 20 makrs 85
  • 90. Courses of Study Duration No. Eligibility Admission/ Process / Entrance Test (Years) of Seats P.G. Diploma 1 20 Graduation in any The students are not required to submit their in Still discipline (10+2+3) portfolio & Statement of Purpose Photography& with not less than 50 encapsulating all their extra curricular Visual % marks in activities at the time of submission of Communication aggregate. application form, but are expected to bring it in case of selection to the interview stage. The examination will comprise of a written test and an Interview. Students selected in the written test will be called for the interview. The following is the distribution of marks for the Entrance Test & Interview. Written Exam : 200 marks Interview : 45 marks Portfolio : 55 marks P.G. Diplomain 1 20 Graduation in any Applicants must be proficient in Windows and Graphics & discipline (10+2+3) it is desirable to have knowledge of Adobe Animation with not less than Photoshop/ Corel Draw/Adobe Illustrator/ 50 % marks in Free Hand. The students are not required to aggregate. submit their portfolio & Statement of Purpose encapsulating all their extra curricular activities at the time of submission of application form, but are expected to bring it in case of selection to the interview stage. The examination will comprise of a written test and an Interview. Students selected in the written test will be called for the interview. The following is the distribution of marks for the Entrance Test & Interview. Written Exam : 200 marks Interview : 45 marks Portfolio : 55 marks P.G. Diplomain 1 20 Graduation in the The examination will comprise of a written Broadcast discipline of test and an Interview. Students selected in the Technology Physics or written test will be called for the interview.The Electronics following is the distribution of marks for the (10+2+3) or Entrance Test & Interview. Engineering Written Exam : 170 marks (Electronics/ Tele Interview : 30 marks communications/ Electrical/ Computer Science/ IT), with not less than 50 % marks in aggregate.86
  • 91. EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES FOR THE laboratories for students of Animation, Photography, andCENTRE FOR EDUCATIONAL CONSORTIUM Broadcast System Maintenance.(CEC) OF UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION MEDIA LIBRARYFor the last four two decades the AJK MCRC has been For the benefit of its students, the AJK MCRC runs aat the forefront of producing high quality educational Media Library which has an expansive collection ofprogrammes for the CEC of the University Grants books, journals, films, DVDs, video and audio cassettesCommission (U.G.C.). The CEC programming follows along with an archive of stock shots and press clippings.from the legacy of the UGC started its UGC-INSAT Apart from the specialized focus of the Media LibraryTelevision Project in 1984, to cater to the needs of at the centre, students of the AJK MCRC are also entitledundergraduate students studying in rural and semi-urban to use the Dr. Zakir Hussain Library of the Universityplaces. The AJKMCRC has so far produced over 1000 for their wider intellectual interest.Programmes of a substantive number are award-winners.Today it is a leading production centre of educational MEDIA RESOURCE CENTREprogrammes for the CEC. The James Beveridge Media Resource Centre (JB MRC)RADIO JAMIA at the AJK MCRC was set up with a grant from the Sir Ratan Tata Trust (SRTT), Mumbai. The MRC is devotedAs part of its social commitment to the area in which to archiving, research and theoretical studies with athe University is located, AJK MCRC, runs a community special focus on Documentary Films and Asian Cinema.radio station on 90.4 FM. Addressing itself to the In order to engage with a wide range of contemporaryresidents of the Jamia area, RADIO JAMIA broadcasts works that deploy a diversity of narrative styles, the termprogrammes that serve to educate and enrich its listeners documentary is defined expansively. It houses athrough addressing a wide range of socio-cultural issues. comprehensive and curated collection of fiction, non-The programmes are produced by the students and fiction and experimental films, journals, books,faculty of the centre in collaboration with diversity of monographs and catalogues. Over a period of time, thegroups and organizations in Delhi. In view of the MRC hopes to archive photographic collections, postersexponential growth of radio in the country, Radio Jamia and other memorabilia associated with diverseconducts internships for interested students of mass documentary practices. The MRC also holds seminars,communication and related disciplines. conferences, workshops, special screenings, publicPRODUCTION FACILITIES AT THE AJK MCRC lectures and experimental courses.The AJKMCRC is distinguished by its cutting edge THE ANNUAL A.J. KIDWAI MEMORIALtechnical infrastructure and production facilities. There LECTUREare three fully equipped TV studios for multi-camera In 2006, the AJK MCRC initiated the Annual Anwarproductions and an adequate number of DV cameras Jamal Kidwai Memorial Lecture series in honour of(PD-150, PD-170, Z1, DSR 570 and Panasonic DVX the founder and first Chairman of the MCRC. The 1st100) with accessories for single camera shoots. Other AJ Kidwai Memorial Lecture titled Media andproduction facilities include Final Cut Pro and Avid Minorities: Divesting Minorities of their Citizenship wasAdrenaline Media non-linear editing machines. delivered by noted journalist and social activist TeestaAdditionally, the students are taught on Film cameras Setalwad. The 2nd Lecture titled Nehru’s India was(16SR-3), Steenbeck Film Editing machines, Digital delivered by distinguished journalist M.J. Akbar, whileAudio Work Stations, Graphics and Animation systems the 3rd Lecture titled “Making of the Films I have Made”and Still Photography equipment. The MCRC constantly was delivered by renowned filmmaker, Shyam Benegal.seeks to upgrade its production facilities in order to keeppace with the changing technological demands of the IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONSprofession. The Centre is in the process of upgrading 1. The Entrance Test will be held on as per the Admissionits production facilities with state of the art equipment Schedule given in Table – 54.by a special grant from the government. The studentsof Journalism are trained in a Multimedia Lab with 50 2. The Entrance Test(s) will be held at various Centreswork stations loaded with software such as Quark located in Jamia Millia Islamia. The Interview of theExpress, Final Cut Pro, Nuendo, Photoshop and Corel qualifying candidates will be conducted at AJK MCRC,Draw. There are dedicated and fully-equipped media Jamia Millia Islamia as per the Admission Schedule. 87
  • 92. 3. The list of short-listed candidates for written test and security, proper handling and safe return. In group/team interview, and final list of selected candidates shall be exercises, all members will be held equally responsible. displayed on the Notice Board of AJK MCRC and the Any expense incurred due to damage or loss of the Jamia’s website as per the admission schedule. equipment will have to be borne by all members of the assigned team/group. 4. The candidates may collect their Hall Tickets personally from the Centre on any of the working days 26. MAULANA MOHAMMED ALI at least one day before the Entrance Test. ‘JAUHAR’ ACADEMY OF The prospectus and other details of the courses are also available on our website www.ajkmcrc.org. THIRD WORLD STUDIES The Academy of Third World Studies (later named after FOR QUERIES CONTACT: Maulana Mohamed Ali ‘Jauhar’) was established in ADMISSION CELL, AJKMCRC 26986812/13, 1988 at the initiative of the then Prime Minister of India, 26987285 Shri. Rajiv Gandhi, initially as a Project of the University under the Honorary Directorship of Mr. U.S. Bajpai. It Fax 26986811, Email: admissions@ajkmcrc.org was conceived as an inter-disciplinary centre to conduct researches on political, social and economic issues RULES APPLICABLE TO ADMITTED specific to developing societies. It continued to function STUDENTS as a project till 1998, when the University Grants Performance and Evaluation Commission accorded to the Academy the formal status Students are expected to aspire for 100% attendance of a full-fledged centre of research. even though the required minimum is 75%. Regularity The Academy is an interdisciplinary research institute and punctuality are basic and essential requirements of that undertakes studies in a comparative frame on the course. The performance of students will be strategies of planning and socio-economic development, evaluated regularly through internal assignments, international relations, national movements and cultural competency tests and practical exercises. The procedure relations. It investigates and documents case studies of of evaluation may vary due to difference in the nature economic, social, cultural and political changes and of the subjects being taught. The detailed rules of studies institutional structures set up for planning and evaluation and examination shall be made available to development. Besides organizing regular international the students on getting admission. The Production and national seminars, workshops and discussions, the courses require students to learn to use sophisticated Academy prepares research monographs and maintains and expensive equipments. The permission to issue and a fairly large library - Dr. Abid Husain Library - with handle such equipment is contingent upon successful 16,000 books and 5000 periodicals. clearing of competency tests and students abiding by The Academy maintains regular interactions with the rules and guidelines laid down by the Centre. The universities, research institutes, and other relevant Centre reserves the right to make changes in the syllabus institutions in developing countries and with agencies from time-to-time in keeping with the demands and of the United Nations, engaged in the tasks covered by requirements of the discipline and profession or which the Academy. The Academy also provides consultancy the students are being trained. services in the fields of development, planning and CONSUMABLES & CARE OF EQUIPMENT administration. Students, on authorization by their teachers will be COURSES OFFERED AND NUMBER OF issued various quantities of film, tapes, CDs and other SEATS consumable items for hands-on Production courses etc depending on the quantum of work they have to do. (I) M.Phil. in International Studies : 20 Given that such material is expensive, students are (II) Diploma in Uzbek: 10 expected to demonstrate a sense of discretion and responsibility. When equipment is issued in the name (III) Certificate in Uzbek: 20 of student, they will be held responsible for its safety, (IV) Certificate in Kyrgyz: 1088
  • 93. DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PH.D.) AND 2. Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.)MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY (M.PHIL.) ProgrammePROGRAMMES IN INTERNATIONALSTUDIES Eligibility: Candidates with a minimum of 55% marks in M.A. examination of this University or an equivalentThe Academy is the only unit in Jamia Millia Islamia examination of another University shall be eligible tothat specializes in international studies. It offers Ph.D. apply for the course. For admission the candidates shalland M.Phil. programmes in International Studies. These be required to take a written test followed by anprogrammes include the study of international relations, interview.economy, geopolitics, society and culture. Duration: The duration of the programme shall be four semesters. The first two semesters shall be devoted toThe Academy offers research programmes in the formal instructions in the classroom. The maximum timefollowing areas: allowed to a student to complete the course is six(i) Central Asia semesters (3 years).(ii) West Asia Semester I: July to December. Students have to do two(iii) South Asia compulsory and one optional courses.(iv) Pakistan Semester II: January to June(v) Dalit and Minority Studies Students have to do one compulsory and two optional(vi) China and South East Asia courses.(vii) Africa The courses to be done by the research scholars will be(viii) Indian Ocean Studies Programme decided upon by the Research Committee.The following broad subjects are covered: Semester III-IV: July to April(i) Third World Economic History; Dissertation(ii) Dalit and Minority Issues and Human Rights; Evaluation: Students shall be evaluated on the basis of(iii) Cultural Studies and Multiculturalism; one term paper in each course, which they are required to present and defend apart from the end-semester(iv) Economy and Trade in the Third World; examination.(v) Religious Revivalism;(vi) Security; UZBEK LANGUAGE COURSES(vii) Developmental studies; The languages of Central Asia have close affinity with(viii) Environment; the Turkish family of languages with, by and large,(ix) Terrorism and the Changing Nature of Warfare; common rules of grammar and vocabulary. Uzbek or(x) Globalization and the Third World; Chagtai Turkish has a rich literary heritage. Nevertheless, Uzbek is the lingua franca in the Central(xi) Political Geography; Asia region.(xii) Rural Area Development; 3. Diploma in Uzbek Language(xiii) Africa;(xiv) Central Asian Studies; Eligibility: A candidate who has passed the Certificate course in Uzbek language from any university orThe Academy offers the following courses. recognized institution with 45% marks in the aggregate or an equivalent qualification from an Indian1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Educational Board/University or a Foreign University.The Academy of Third World Studies offers a Ph. D. Admission will be made on the basis of marks obtainedProgrammes in different areas. The admission processes in the Entrance Test (85%) and interview (15%). Those candidates who have completed their certificate coursein Ph. D. starts in July and January each year. The from Jamia will only be considered in the Jamia category.schedule of admission and the guidelines are displayedon Jamia’s Website accordingly. Number of seats: 10 Duration: One academic year 89
  • 94. The course is open to all India and foreign students, Courses of Studies: research scholars, academicians, diplomats, businessmen and general public, interested in Central 1. Ph.D. Programme Asia. This course is also open to candidates sponsored The Centre offers Ph.D. program in management. The by the Government of India and those working under admission processes in Ph. D. starts in July and January different programmes approved by the Government of each year. The schedule of admission and the guidelines India. are displayed on Jamia’s Website accordingly. 4. Certificate in Uzbek 2. MBA (Full-Time) Programme Eligibility: Senior Secondary School Certificate Eligibility: Applicants must hold a Bachelor’s Degree Examinations (10+2) with 45% marks in the aggregate (10+2+3) from a recognized University in any discipline or an equivalent qualification from an Indian with at least 50% Marks in aggregate or an equivalent Educational Board/University or a foreign University. Grade. Admission will be made on the basis of marks obtained Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) in the Entrance Test (85%) and interview (15%). Those candidates who have done 10+2 from Jamia as regular Number of Seats: 60 students will only be considered in the Jamia category. Major Highlights of the MBA (Full Time) Program are: Number of seats: 20 1. Focus on Global Business Management Duration: One academic year 2. Qualified full-time Faculty supported by strong network of in-house multidisciplinary support in 5. Certificate in Kyrgyz allied areas The objective of the course is to generate basic skills in 3. Strong university industry interface to facilitate Kyrgyz language: listening, speaking, reading and industry interaction and hands on training writing. 4. Interactive learning process Eligibility : Senior Secondary School Examination (10+2) with 45% marks in the aggregate or an equivalent 5. Extensive Information Technology application qualification from an Indian Educational Board/ To develop an understanding of actual managerial University or a foreign University. practices, each student is required to undergo practical Admission will be made on the basis of marks obtained training of 8-10 weeks after two semesters. in the Entrance Test (85%) and interview (15%). Those Admission Procedure: Admission to the MBA (Full candidates who have done 10+2 from Jamia as regular Time) program shall be granted strictly on the basis of students will only be considered in the Jamia category. combined merit of the Entrance Test, Group Discussion Number of seats: 10 and Interview. The relative weights of each of the above shall be as under: Duration: One academic year Entrance Test : 170 Marks (85%) 27. CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT Group Discussion : 10 Marks (5%) STUDIES Interview : 20 Marks (10%) In order to respond to the ever increasing demand for Total : 200 Marks (100%) full-time quality MBA program, university has established a Centre for Management Studies. The Details of entrance test, group discussion and University constituted an Advisory Committee under the interview: Chairmanship of the Vice-Chancellor with prominent The applicants for admission to MBA (Full Time) academics and professionals in management and Program will be required to undertake Entrance Test of business education as member to oversee and guide the Three-hours duration on the time, date and Centre programs of the Centre. assigned to them. The course content, duration and methodology of the The Entrance Test shall comprise of 170 Multiple Choice MBA (Full-time) Programme is based on latest UGC Questions spread over the following Sections: model curriculum for MBA.90
  • 95. Section I : English Comprehension: This section shall Section V: Knowledge about current affairscomprise questions on: and Economic & Business Environment:Verbal Ability: Intended to test the candidate’s Intended to evaluate candidates’ ability to prossessunderstanding of the basic rules of grammar and English general knowledge about current affairs. It willusage, this section will cover Pronouns, Misplaced also have questions that will test candidates’Modifiers, Subject-Verb agreement, Parallel knowledge and awarness about current enconmicsConstruction, Verbs, Quantifiers, Comparatives and & business environment.Idiomatic Expression, Vocabulary, Synonyms andAntonyms and Sentence completion. Special Assistance for MBA (Full Time)Critical Reasoning: Intended to assess aspirants’ ability Students:to analyze arguments, find underlying assumptions, (I) Merit Scholarship: Three Cashdiscern flaws in arguments and ascertain their validity Scholarships shall be given as under -and also to assess aspirants’ ability to critically evaluatestatements and situations; the questions in this part shall 1. Cash Scholarship of Rs.20,000/- to the student whobe based on short passages. secures highest marks in the combined merit of semester I and semester II of the MBA (Full Time)Reading Comprehension : Intended to assess programme.candidates’ ability to understand and analyze informationpresented in text and also to assess aspirants’ ability to 2. Cash Scholarship of Rs.15,000/- to the student whoapply concepts and information presented in a passage secures second highest marks in the combined meritto parallel situations, in this part, candidates shall be of semester I and semester II of the MBA (Fullprovided one or more passages accompanied by sets of Time) programme.questions. 3. Cash Scholarship of Rs.10,000/- to the student whoSection II : Quantitative Aptitude & numerical secures third highest marks in the combined meritability ; This section is intended to assess the of semester I and semester II of the MBA (Fullquantitative aptitudes of the applicants. Intended to Time) programme.evaluate aspirants’ understanding and ability to apply 4. The Merit Scholarship shall be distributed throughthe knowledge of basic mathematical concepts, this the Dean, Students’ Welfare on the basis of markssection shall have questions pertaining to functions, as certified by the Controller of Examinations.algebra, coordinate system, inequalities, time, speed,distance, ratios and proportions, sets, profit & loss, (II) Means Scholarship:simple and compound interest and elementary statistics A Maximum of 12 Scholarships of Rs.20,000/- eachcentral tendency, dispersion, Probability. to be paid on the basis of their application to suchSection III : Data Analysis and Sufficiency: Intended students who have successfully completed the First Twoto measure candidates’ ability to analyze a situation and Semesters of their MBA (Full-Time) Programme andmake decisions based on available data, this section shall whose family income is less than Rs.1.8 Lakh Perhave questions based on data given either in a tabular Annum. The Means Scholarships shall be effected asform or in the form of diagrams of different types, this under - (II) Means Scholarship: A Maximum of 12section shall comprise of questions based on graphs, Scholarships of Rs.20,000/- each to be paid on the basistables, bar chart etc. of their application to such students who haveSection IV : Reasoning and General successfully completed the First Two Semesters of theirIntelligence: Intended to assess aspirants’ ability MBA (Full-Time) Programme and whose family incomeand capacity to draw inferences from various given is less than Rs.1.8 Lakh Per Annum. The Means Scholarships shall be effected as under -situations and their ability to use logic and generalintelligence, this section will have questions that 1. The application for Means scholarships shall bewill require aspirants to use logic to draw invited by the Director of the Centre forinferences and make effective decisions. Management Studies and the applications so received shall be forwarded to the Dean, Students’ Welfare (DSW). 91
  • 96. 2. The scholarship shall be awarded by a Committee 28. CENTRE FOR comprising the DSW as Chairman, Director, Centre for Management Studies, one faculty PHYSIOTHERAPY & member of the Centre for Management Studies REHABILITATION SCIENCES and one nominee of the DSW. 3. While awarding the means scholarship, the The Centre established during the X Plan period Committee will pay due attention to the need- endeavors to prepare highly skilled professionals cum-merit of students so as to grant scholarship with thorough knowledge of theoretical and to the most needy and meritorious students; practical aspects in Bio-Medical Sciences and 4. If the need be, the committee may conduct Biotechnology through meaningful programme of interviews of the applicants and may ask the teaching & research. Having recognized the applicants to produce such documents as it deems growing importance of this field of allied health fit to assess the social and economic needs and Sciences, Jamia Millia Islamia has taken lead in merit of the applicants. establishing a Centre, which is first of its kind in (III) Scholarship for International Exchange a Central University. Programme: Courses of Studies 1. The University has entered into MoUs with a number of international universities and 1. Ph.D Programme institutions of higher education. In order to extend the benefit of educational exchange The Centre offers Ph.D Programme in Physiotherapy programme to the students, the Centre for and in allied disciplines. The admission processes in Management Studies encourages its students to Ph. D. starts in July and January each year. The schedule participate in such academic exchange of admission and the guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s programme as summer schools, winter schools, Website accordingly. internships, seminars, symposia conferences etc. 2. Master in Physiotherapy (MPT-Sports) 2. To facilitate the participation of MBA (Full- Time) students in the above activities, Duration: 4 semesters (spread over 2 years) scholarship in the form of contribution to the Seats: 10 extent of 50% of the travel expenses and Registration Fees for the course as prescribed Eligibility: Bachelor in Physiotherapy (4 ½ years by the partner universities shall be provided to duration) with minimum of 50% marks in main subjects. the selected students out of the CMS Scholarship Mode of admission: Entrance Test: 85% and interview funds, subject to the availability of funds. 15%. 3. The selection of the students shall be on the basis of their (a) academic performance; (b) ability to 3. Bachelor of Physiotherapy (B.P.T.) effectively represent Jamia Millia Islamia; (c) ability to participate and benefit from the academic Duration: 4 ½ years (4 years course followed by 6 and extra-curricular activities of the summer months internship) school; and (d) willingness and ability to meet the Seats: 40 Registration Fees and one-half of their travel cost Eligibility: Intermediate or equivalent examinations and the selection shall be made by a committee under 10+2 system with Biology, Physics, Chemistry & comprising of the Subject Association Advisor, English securing at least 50% marks in aggregate of PCB Training & Placement Coordinator and Director from a recognized Board/University. of the Centre for Management Studies. Mode of admission: Entrance Test: 85% and interview 4. This scholarship shall be released by the DSW on the 15% basis of selection of students by the partner universities abroad and on the recommendation of the Director of the Centre for Management Studies.92
  • 97. 29. CENTRE FOR 30. NELSON MANDELA CENTRE INTERDISCIPLINARY FOR PEACE & CONFLICTRESEARCH IN BASIC SCIENCES RESOLUTIONThe Centre is meant to provide opportunities to those The Nelson Mandela Centre for Peace and Conflictwho are trained in Basic Sciences (Chemistry, Computer Resolution was launched in 2004, and was one of theScience, Mathematics and Physics) and Biosciences and first centres for peace and conflict resolution to bedesire to pursue research in novel areas of Biological established at an Indian university. While the chief focusSciences. It provides facilities for the Interdisciplinary of the Centre is comparative and contemporary studies,scientific research leading to M. Phil and Ph. D. degrees. it also aims to fill a gap in Indian academic life - the lack of serious and purposeful analysis of types andPh. D Programme: sources of conflict in our country & neighborhood, andThe Centre provides opportunities to pursue research in the methods of dealing with them that India has adopted.(1) Molecular Virology (2) Molecular Reproduction & There is a wealth of Indian literature on war-makingDevelopment (3) Structural Biology (4) Bio- and peace settlements through the ages - but it has notnanotechnology (5) Systems Biology (6) Bioinformatics yet been collected or analyzed from a doctrinal point of(7) Medicinal Chemistry, and (8) Biomathematics. view.The admission process in Ph. D. starts in July and The Center has, and hopes to develop further, an activeJanuary each year. The schedule of admission and the programme of: research, curriculum development,guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website accordingly. teaching, seminars/conferences and training courses forPre- Ph. D Course: A two Semester Pre-Ph.D. course faculty, administration and civil society, as well asis offered to candidates admitted to the Ph. D. partnerships with other university centres/departmentsProgramme by the Centre. The course details are as given and institutions working in the field of peace and conflictbelow: studies.Semester I COURSES OFFEREDFor studnets coming from the stream of Life Sciences 1) Ph.D. in Peace and Conflict Studies(Module A):1. Fundamentals of Computing for Bioinformatics The Centre offers Ph.D. programme in Peace & Conflict2. Mathematics for Biologistc Studies. The admission process in Ph. D. starts in July3. Fundamentals of Physics and January each year. The schedule of admission and4. Chemistry for Biologists the guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Website5. Seminar accordingly.For studnets coming from the stream of Basic 2) M.A. in Conflict Analysis and PeaceSciences (Module B): Building1. Fundamentals of Computing for Bioinformatics Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years)2. Cell and Molecular Biology Seats: 403. Biochemistry and Biophysics Eligibility:4. Biotechnology (a) Bachelor ’s degree in any discipline from a5. Seminar recognized University with a minimum of 50%Semester II marks in the aggregate.A. Two of the following seven subjects have to be opted: (b) Candidates must possess working knowledge of1. Protein Structural Biology English.2. Biomathematics Mode of Admission: The admission will be based on3. Nanotechnology an Entrance Test, Group Discussion and Interview with4. Systems Biology the weightage of marks as detailed below:5. Molecular Endocrinology Written Test : (85 Marks)6. Medicinal Chemistry7. Molecular Virology Group discussion : (5 Marks)B. Practical Course (Compulsory) Interview : (10 Marks) 93
  • 98. 31. CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF 32. Dr. K. R. NARAYANAN COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS & CENTRE FOR DALIT & CIVILIZATIONS MINORITIES STUDIES The Centre for the Study of Comparative Religions & Established in February 2005, the Centre for Dalit & Civilizations was launched in 2005. One of the few of Minorities Studies was rechristened as Dr. K.R. its kind to be established at an Indian University, the Narayanan Centre for Dalit & Minorities Studies in Centre takes a serious look at the neglected field of recognition of the yeoman service that the former Religious Studies in India. The newly emergent President of India unceasingly rendered for advocating discipline of Religious Studies does not form part of the cause of social justice, equality and egalitarianism. any academic curricula and, has therefore, not found a At the core of the Centre’s academic activities lie sound footing in the Indian academia. One of the research and teaching combined with efforts to develop concerns of the Centre is to redress this imbalance and suitable interlinkages with other academic, to create a site for an academic study of Comparative policymaking bodies and civil society organizations. Religions that forms a part of mainstream liberal art education curricula in India. The pedagogical and research approaches at the Centre accentuate upon inter-disciplinarity and pluralism in The Centre is committed to develop a cross – cultural, their effort to understand the complex nature of social interdisciplinary programme of research, curriculum reality. The idea is fourfold: firstly, to understand the development, teaching, seminars, conferences and processes and dimensions of social exclusion; secondly, academic dialogues between disciplines, and among to generate knowledge on the structural contexts and various departments and Centres of our University, as processes of social exclusion and understand their well as collaborations and institutional links with other subsequent impact upon the socially excluded; thirdly, University and research institutions in India aboard. to disseminate new knowledge forms and facilitate 1. Ph.D. informed discussions and debates in the wider academia and society; and finally, to establish the Centre as a nodal The Centre offers Ph.D. programme in Comparative Centre of studies on social exclusion. Religions & Civilizations. The admission processes in Ph. D. starts in July and January each year. The schedule The Dr. K.R. Narayanan Centre for Dalit & Minorities of admission and the guidelines are displayed on Jamia’s Studies is credited with initiating the first-ever ‘Masters Website accordingly. Programme on Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy’ in India. Acknowledging the pioneering work of the 2. M. Phil. Centre, the University Grants Commission sanctioned Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) the ‘Programme on Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy’ in 2008 and has since been incorporated within Seats: 20 the existing focus of the Centre. Eligibility: Master’s degree with at least 55% marks in any subject from a recognized university. COURSES OFFERED Mode of Admission: Admission in the programme will 1. Ph.D. Programme be made on the basis of Entrance Test and Interview. The interview for the M. Phil programme would be based The Centre offers Ph. D. programme. The admission on a brief Research Proposal presented by the candidate. process in Ph. D. starts in July and January each year. The schedule of admission and the guidelines are 3. M.A. in Comparative Religions displayed on Jamia’s Website accordingly. Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) 2. Master Programme in Social Exclusion Seats: 35 and Inclusive Policy Eligibility: Graduation in any subject from a recognized Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) university with at least 45% marks in aggregate. Eligibility: Mode of Admission: Admission in the programme will 1. Bachelor’s degree under 10+2+3 pattern with an be made on the basis of Entrance Test (85%) and aggregate of 45% marks from a recognized Interview (15%). University or an equivalent institution.94
  • 99. 2. Admission will be based on entrance test 3. Diploma in Catalan/French/Russian/ comprising of a written test (85%) and an interview Italian/ Portuguese/ Spanish (15%). Duration: One academic year (Part-Time) 33. CENTRE FOR SPANISH & Eligibility: All students who have successfully LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES completed Certificate of Proficiency or an equivalent exam from a University or a recognized institution inThe Centre for Spanish & Latin American Studies the concerned language are eligible to seek admission(CSLAS) conducts research and teaching on Latin to the Diploma Programme.America and the Caribbean as well as on differentEuropean countries like France, Italy, Portugal, Russia 4. Certificate in Italian/ French/Portuguese/and Spain. Keeping this objective in mind, the Centre Russian/Spanish/Catalanundertakes various academic activities with an Duration: One academic year (Part-Time)interdisciplinary focus that cover a wide range of areaslike culture, society, politics, history, and literary and Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent qualification with acultural studies of these regions. The Centre offers M. minimum of 40% marks.Phil programme in European Stuies and Latin American · Applicants to all courses are required to takeStudies. an entrance exam details of which are available withIn addition, the Centre also offers language proficiency the Centre.programmes in various languages in order to create acorpus of persons well versed in the languages of these 34. CENTRE FOR WEST ASIANsocieties like Catalan, French, Italian, Portuguese,Russian and Spanish who would be able to conduct study STUDIESand research of the area specified in the languages of The Centre for West Asian Studies was established inthese regions. These programs also help students opt July 2004. The Centre strives for comprehensivefor professional careers given the growing demand for understanding of the region, bringing together differentthese languages in the current job scenario in India. perspectives to study the region as a resource base.COURSES OFFEREDCOURSES OFFERED Courses of Studies:1. M. Phil in European Studies / Latin 1. Ph.D. American Studies The Centre offers Ph. D. Programme. The admissionDuration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years). processes in Ph. D. starts in July and January each year. The schedule of admission and the guidelines areEligibility: Not less than 55% marks in Master’s Degree displayed on Jamia’s Website accordingly.from a recognized University. Candidates called for theinterview will have to come with their C.V., research 2. Master of Philosophy (M. Phil)proposal and published work if any. Duration: 4 Semester (Spread over 2 years).Selection Procedure: Selection will be made on the Intake: 20basis of merit determined by the aggregate of marksobtained in the written test (85%) and interview (15%). Eligibility: Master Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or equivalent Institution with not less2. Advanced Diploma in French/Italian/ than 55% marks in aggregate. Portuguese/ Russian/ Spanish Admission Procedure: Admission to this course willDuration: One academic year (Part-Time) be made on the basis of an Entrance Test comprisingEligibility: All students who have successfully the Written Test (85% marks) and Interview (15%completed Diploma or an equivalent exam from a marks).University or a recognized institution in the concernedlanguage are eligible to seek admission to the AdvancedDiploma Programme. 95
  • 100. 35. CENTRE FOR JAWAHARLAL Candidates called for the interview will have to come with their CV, research proposal and published work NEHRU STUDIES (if any). Founded on 2004, the Centre for Jawaharlal Nehru Number of Seats: 8 Studies focuses on teaching and research on Admission Procedure: Selection will be made on the development processes that have impacted the making basis of merit determined by the aggregate of marks of modern Indian nation, the foundations of which were obtained in written test (85%) and interview (l5%). laid in the Nehruvian period. The Centre focuses on the study of debates and ideas of Nehru and his contemporaries to analyse and understand the current 36. CENTRE FOR CULTURE, context of developments in the Indian society. The areas of research in the Centre include political economy and MEDIA & GOVERNANCE development theory, dalit, tribal, minority and gender The Centre for Culture, Media and Governance was studies, education, health and the environment. The initiated with the objective of developing a policy Centre houses as comprehensive library on these issues. oriented understanding of Culture, Media and It also does research projects and national and Governance and the interplay between them in India and international seminars in partnership with national level the South Asian region. research, government and non-government institutions. The objectives of the centre is to study the interlink age The Centre encourages inter-disciplinary studies and between media and governance in their various forms, research in social sciences through its M. Phil and Ph.D. at different sites and their grounding in wider political, Programme in Development Studies. This economic and historical processes. It aims to develop interdisciplinary programme seeks to train students to pedagogical innovations in both academia and research in matters crucial to public policy and their professional training; to initiate debate, sharing research implementation. It also helps them to acquire knowledge and encouraging dialogue between academia, and skills that will help them find a career either with government, civil society and industry at the local, government or development sector apart from national and global levels. The centre strives to work as academics. a think tank in addressing the dilemmas of governance The M. Phil is a two year programme (Four Semesters). in the new epoch of mediated culture. The first two semesters of the programme consist of course work. In the second year students are expected COURSES OFFERED to submit a dissertation which is based on both primary and secondary research. The Ph.D. programme is a three 1. Ph. D. Programme year programme in which students are expected to do The Centre offers Ph.D. Programme. The admission advanced and original research on development issues. process in Ph. D. starts in July and January each year. More details of both programmes regarding eligibility The schedule of admission and the guidelines are and admissions are available on http://www.jmi.ac.in displayed on Jamia’s Website accordingly. 1. Ph. D Programme: 2. M.A. in Media Governance The Centre offers an inter-disciplinary Ph.D. Programme which will cover all aspects of contemporary politics, Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) society and economy with special focus on India. The Seats : 25 admission process in Ph. D. starts in July and January Eligibility: Not less than 50% marks in aggregate in each year. The schedule of admission and the guidelines Bachelor degree or any discipline from a recognized are displayed on Jamia’s Website accordingly. University or equivalent institution. 2. Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.) Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) Eligibility: Not less than 55% marks in Master’s Degree from a recognized university.96
  • 101. 37. INDIA ARAB CULTURAL activities at the operational and management level, the center has been developing and maintaining the “Jamia- CENTRE MIS” (University ERP) system for past seven-years. LikeThe vision and mission of the India Arab Cultural Centre, all other services of the centre, the Jamia MIS is alsois to facilitate the rejuvenation of the civilization ties critical services which remain operational on 365x24x7between India and the Arab world since antiquity. The basis and provides fundamental support to all academiccentre is emerging as an important nodal point for the and administrative activities in the University.promotion of Indian culture in Arab countries and Arab In addition, the center regularly undertakes ICT capacityculture in India through literary and cultural exchanges development activities by conducting trainingand its other multi-dimensional activities. programmes, workshops and conferences for the ICT users in Jamia and other Universities. Recently, theCourse of Study: Centre has also started Ph.D. program. The FTK-Centre1. P.G. Diploma in Iranology (Par-Time for Information Technology is also partnering with othercourse) premier institutions of the country like IIT Kanpur, IIT Roorkee, AMU, IGNOU etc. in development of OpenDuration: 1 year Source ERP for Universities under the ERP MissionEligibility: Bachelors degree in any discipline from a Project.recognized University or equivalent institution with 50%marks in aggregate. COURSES OFFEREDSeats: 20 Ph.D. ProgrammeAdmission Process: Candidate will be admitted in the The Centre offers Ph.D. Programme. The schedulecourse after appearing in an examination which will of admission and its guidelines are announced andinclude a written test of 85 marks and an interview of displayed on the University’s website.15 marks. 38. FAKHRUDDIN 39. CENTRE FOR T. KHORAKIWALA CENTRE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Center for Theoretical Physics (CTP) has a veryThe FTK-Centre for Information Technology was active research program in Cosmology and Highoriginally started as Computer Centre in the year 1984- Energy Physics. In fact, this is probably first of85 with the objective of providing basic computing its kinds in the area of Theoretical Physics. Thefacilities to students and faculty members of Jamia. Sincethen, it has grown into a state-of-the-art ICT facility for (CTP) has strong collaborative programme withthe entire University community. Presently, the Centre other premier Research Institutes in India andprovides several critical ICT services on “round-the- abroad. The Centre provides a suitable plateformclock” basis to all departments, offices and hostels of for interaction of visitors with the faculties andJamia through a Local Area Network comprising of students.4000+ nodes, 2200+ PCs and several WiFi installationsacross the campus. The centre also manages 34 Mbps COURSES OFFEREDInternet bandwidth through 3-Radio link connections.Simultaneously, 1-Gbps link under National Knowledge 1. Ph. D. ProgrammeNetwork project of Ministry of Human Resource The Centre offers the Ph. D. Programme in TheoreticalDevelopment has also be set up. For achieving optimum Physics. The thrust areas of research include Gravitation,communication and administrative efficiency, the Centre Cosmology and Particle Physics. The admission processhas also provided E-Mail facilities to all faculty in Ph. D. starts in July and January each year. Themembers, officers and other staff of the University. In schedule of admission and the guidelines are displayedaddition, the centre manages the University website on Jamia’s Website accordingly. A two semesters coursewhich in the past ten-years has grown to 15000+ pages. is offered to students joining Centre for Ph.D. Program.To provide support for the data and transactional 97
  • 102. The broad areas which will be covered in the COURSE OFFERED course work are: M.A. Early Childhood Development 1st Semester Duration: 4 Semesters (spread over 2 years) 1. Mathematical Physics-I Seats : 15 2. Quantum Field Theory Eligibility: Three years Bachelor’s Degree in Child 3. General Relativity and Cosmology - I Development, Home Science, Psychology, Social Work 4. Structure and evolution of scientific thoughts. with at least 50% marks in the aggregate or equvivalent. 2nd Semester OR 1. Mathematical Physics-II 2. Practical Physics Three years Bachelor’s Degree with at least 55% marks in the aggregate or equvivalent. 3. General Relativity and Cosmology - II 4. Topical course (based on current trends in 41. ARJUN SINGH CENTRE FOR theoretical physics of interest the Centre. Such DISTANCE AND OPEN LEARNING lecture course will be delivered either by faculty or renowned visitors whenever need arises). The Centre for Distance & Open Learning started in Jamia Millia Islamia with the assistance of Distance 40. CENTRE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD Education Council in September 2002. Major objective DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH of the Centre is to provide opportunities for higher education to those who are not able to draw benefits The Jamia has established a Centre for Early Childhood from formal system of education. Development and Research with the ongoing funding The Open Learning System allows a learner to determine of the Save the Children, India. The vision of the his pace of learning and provides education at the CECDR is to see an India in which every young child is doorstep of the learner. The mode of transaction is provided a nurturing and stimulating environment for through self-learning print material, supplemented by his/her optimal, holistic development. To move in this audio and video programmes. It has further scope of direction, the purpose of the CECDR is to create an students accessing material through internet and various enabling environment for enlightened policy and other media. practice for ECD particularly with reference to children who ar most marginalized, through sustained attention The centre started functioning in the session 2003, it and efforts of the Government and Civil Society based became a full fledged centre in 2009. The Centre for on a scienctific understanding of children’s Distance and Open Learning is approved by Ministry developmental needs. of Human Resourse Development Govt of India in 2009 and all the programmes running by Centre for Distance The Centre is expected to play the role of a catalyst and and Open Learning are recognized by joint committee watchdog to sustain and increase national attention on DEC,AICTE,UGC/ NCTE. The centre has established ECD; bring key stakeholders together ; help bridge gaps 31 study/programme centres. These centres are located between theory, research, policy and practice; support at various places in UP, Rajasthan, Bihar, Chahattisgarh, sector reform; build hyman resources for ECD at various Gujarat, Orissa and Maharashtra. levels; help develop quality frameworks and also position itself as a technical resource centre for the Centre for Distance and Open Learning is offering Ministry of Women and Child Development and the the following programmes. Ministrry o Health and Family Welfare as it relates to 1. M.A English MEG children’s development. Thus , the broader intension 2. M.A Hindi MHD of the CECDR is to develop as national resource in ECD 3. M.A History MAH over time. It will visualise responces to the multiple 4. M.A Sociology MAS challenges at different levels of making quality ECD 5. Bachelor of Education B.Ed happen. Furthermore, the CECDR will be informed by 6. Bachelor of Commerce B.com a child rights perspective, which recognises children not 7. Bachelor of Intrenational Business and Finance only as future productive adults, but recognises BIBF childhood as a value in itself. 8. Bachelor of Banking and Insurance BBI98
  • 103. 9. Post Graduate Diploma in Geoinformatics PGDGI to memory of Munshi Premchand, the most secular10. Post Graduate Diploma in Guidance and icon and an intellect who gave Indian literature a new Counselling PGDGC meaning and purpose. The Centre collects and11. Adv. Diploma in Computer Hardware & Network preserves manuscripts, photographs, his letter and his Technology ADCHNT writings-published and unpublished-works on him12. Diploma in Electrical Engineering DEE and his work-translation.13. Diploma in Power Generation Engineering DPGE In addition to Premchand, the Archives also houses14. Diploma in Early Childhood Care &Education private papers, photographs and personal collections DECCE of national leaders like:15. Certificate in Computer Information Technology CCIT Maulana Shaukat Ali (1873-1936) Maulana Mohammed Ali Jauhar (1878-1931).16. Bachelor of Arts (General) B.A (General) Dr. M. A. Ansari (1880-1936).The Centre also runs and Urdu Certificate Course. Its Dr. Zakir Husain (1897-1969).purpose is to teach Urdu by means of different languages Asaf Ali (1888-1953). and of the literary stalwarts(Hindi & English) through distance mode. This like:certificate programme is offered free of cost. But the Pandit Banarsidas Chaturvedi (1892-1985).candidate shall remit Rs. 100/- through Postal Order to Qurratullain Hyder, the Urdu writer and journalistmeet the Postal Charges for the dispatch of books and (1926-2007).correspondence. Candidates from outside India should The archives also welcomes present-day creative writerssend an amount equivalent to US$ 20/- in case of to preserve their writings, biographies, critical worksSAARC nations and US$ 50/- in case of countries other and audio visual material in Indian as well as foreignthan SAARC by bank draft drawn in favour “Jamia languages in the archives.Millia Islamia” payable at “New Delhi”. The admissionis open througout the year for the Urdu Certificate Trained staff in Conservation and Archival RecordCourse. (For further details, syllabus, admission form Management is available to assist those intrested inand the list of study centres write to the Hony. research and reference of the archival material.Director, Centre for Distance and Open Learning, The literary and cultural wing of Jamia’s PremchandJamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi -110025). Archives concerns itself with organizing regular literaryNew Session Will Start from the month of August activities public interface to inform, interact andand Admission Forms are available from May every encourage use and interpretation of archival material.year. 43. SAROJINI NAIDU CENTRE FOR 42. JAMIA’S PREMCHAND WOMEN’S STUDIES ARCHIVES & LITERARY The introduction of ‘Women’s Studies’ in the Indian CENTRE university system came about more than three decades ago. Women’s studies centers were set up to mainstreamProf. Mushirul Hasan at the Jamia Convocation in women’s/gender issues, to carry out research from a2004 in the presence of the then President of Indian gender perspective and to integrate both conceptual andRepublic, Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam and the Hon’ble empirical facets of gender issues and gender relationsMinister for Human Resource Development, Shri into teaching. Keeping these concerns in mind, SarojiniArjun Singh mooted the idea of an Archives on Naidu Centre for Women’s Studies was established inMunshi Premchand. Recognizing and acknowledging Jamia Millia Islamia under the aegis of the UniversityPremchand as the father of Hindi/Urdu novel, and a Grants Commission in September 2000. The Centregreat writer whose writings have not only influenced presently strives towards achieving excellence in thesocial, political and cultural consciousness in India areas of research and teaching. It offers aat a popular level but also whose life and works made multidisciplinary approach to understand the changinghim the spirit behind the anti-colonial struggle of the nature of gender relations in general and women’sIndian people. As a representative institution of experiences in particular. In the past ten years, the CentrePremchand legacy as well as composite culture of has acquired to its credit many documentations andUrdu and Hindi, the University dedicated its Archives publications and has conducted number of lectures, 99
  • 104. workshops, seminars; refresher courses for teaching Populaiton and Development Education is an integral faculty in the area of ‘Gender Studies’ are organized on part of all services of BAFSRC. It also develops pilot regular bases. The Centre also publishes a theme based and demostrations to address population and newsletter ‘Expressions’. development issues. Sensitization, training, advocacy and capacity building programme are also conducted From 2005 onwards, the Centre has offered women for cross section of beneficiaries. In view of the demands studies as a subsidiary (optional) subject in B.A (Hon) of current social scenario, special focus is on adolescent course but in the current academic session, B.A students reproductive and sexual health, female foeticide and can opt it as a main subject too. Apart from teaching, the Centre is committed to assist students and research HIV/AIDS. scholars of the university in incorporating gender related inputs in their research, to make available translation of 46. ACADEMIC STAFF COLLEGE basic reading materials into Urdu and Hindi, to create awareness on gender and women’s issues in the It was established in 1987, taking into cognizance the university and the communities around it and works for beneficial experience of different countries, which the empowerment of women from minority initiated “Staff Development Programmes” for communities. promoting quality of higher education. It has 100% funding of all its activities/ training programmes by the 44. DR. ZAKIR HUSAIN UGC. The Academic Staff College is expected to INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC develop an understanding among the college and university teachers of the environment they are working STUDIES in and also an insight into pedagogy and psychology of Dr. Zakir Husain Institute of Islamic Studies, Jamia learning and educational technology and help them Millia Islamia, New Delhi, was established in 1971 in communicate more effectively with their students. memory of late Dr. Zakir Husain, one of the main promoters and sustainers of the Jamia Millia Islamia, a great educationist and a former President of India, who 47. ZAKIR HUSAIN STUDIES believed in the creative civilisational Core of Islam. The CENTRE Institute was set up with a view to promote the rational The Centre for Zakir Husain studies undertakes research understanding of Islam with special reference to the studies and organises seminars, symposia, and lectures points which can help in solving the problems of the on the philosophy, thought, writings and personality of modern age. It also aims at the study of movements of India’s great statesman, educationist and freedom fighter liberalization and modernization in Islamic countries. - Dr. Zakir Husain - who personified the glorious values Apart from the “Monthly Jamia”, the Institute brings of India’s composite culture that developed during the out two quarterly journals; one in English and other in course of long centuries of the medieval period and Urdu namely “Islam and the Modern Age” and “Islam enriched by the Bhakti movement and Sufi traditions. Aur Asr-e-Jadeed” respectively. The Institute also organizes symposia, seminars and extension lectures on The Centre is unique of its kind in the academic world subjects relevant to its objectives. in the sense that it strives to revisit the remarkable synthesis of the norms of modernity and tradition which 45. BARKAT ALI FIRAQ STATE Dr. Zakir Husain and his colleagues cherished and RESOURCE CENTRE promoted in their quest to carve and nourish an academic centre of secular and modern learning - Jamia Millia The Centre provides tools and technical resource support Islamia - committed to the ideals of renaissance at the to adult education programme run under the aegis of same time firmly rooted in their religio-cultural heritage. the National Literacy Mission. This support includes The brute realities of politics with which the educational preparation of curricula, teaching material and system in the country is beset, requires universalization environmental modules. The Centre coordinates its of the ideas of the visionary educationist, Dr. Zakir efforts with the Directorate of Adult Education and Ministry of Human Resource Development, Husain, and this Centre endeavours towards that end. Government of India.100
  • 105. 48. GANDHIAN STUDIES CENTRE 50. CENTRE FOR COACHING & CAREER PLANNINGThe Gandhi Studies Centre [formerly Centre for The Centre for Coaching & Career Planning providesGandhian Studies] was launched in May 2005 and has, coaching facilities to students belonging to SC, ST, OBCsince then set out on an eventful and productive life. Women and Minority categories. It provides coachingThe Centre seeks to recover a critical discursive space to students preparing for Group A and B. services of theon the Mahatma in the Indian public sphere as also to Central and State Governments, Public Sectorre-examine the relevance of his life and message on the Undertakings etc. It also provides coaching for UGC/global stage. In order to push forth such aims, this Centre CSIR NET/JRF, and prepares students for admission toorganizes public lectures, national and local conferences, B. Tech., Diploma Engineering, B. Ed. and ETE.symposia and workshops. In pursuit of its objectives, Students are selected for various coaching programmes on the basis of merit/entrance test/interview organizedthe Centre maintains a liaison with institutions of by the Centre. All coaching is provided free of cost.eminence and organizes collaborative programmes. Itsrich library on the life and works on Mahatma Gandhiis an asset. 51. UNIVERSITY PLACEMENT CELL University stated its Training & Placement Cell in 2006. 49.ACADEMY OF PROFESSIONAL University Placement Cell is very active in Co-DEVELOPMENT OF URDU MEDIUM ordinating the training and Placement of studetns of TEACHERS various professional courses. Placement Cell keeps aJamia Millia Islamia has started an Academy of close interaction with the industry and identifies theProfessional Development of Urdu Medium Teachers potential employees and their contemporary needs. Itsince October 2006. It has responsibility of Urdu facilitates the companies which are willing to recruit students. Placement Cell Co-ordinates variousmedium schools including Madrasas and those schools departments, teacher, Co-ordinators, student placementwhere Urdu is taught as first, second and third language committee for better campus placement.in Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, HimachalPradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh and It organizes industry-institute interaction through career fairs, pre-placement talks, seminars, lectures andChattisgarh. discussions. Training & Placement Cell conducts pre-The Academy is engaged in various activities to develop placement training seminars to prepare students betterthe teaching abilities and efficiency of in-service Urdu for the jobs. Most of the reputed companies, publicteachers; improves the communication skills in Urdu; sector undertakings and govt. agencies have visited ourprovides help books, hand books, Urdu style manual, campus and recruited students from various courses.reference books, other teaching and reading material. It (Please refer our website for details).conducts short-term training programmes for Urdu 52. JAMIA SCHOOLSmedium teachers/Urdu language teachers also assists the Jamia also imparts education from Nursery to SeniorState Governments in preparing text books, teaching Secondary level. It maintains the Nursery School,materials for Urdu/Urdu medium teachers, it provides Middle School, Senior Secondary School and Balakextension and consultancy services to teachers and Mata Centres. Separate prospectus is notified forprovides solutions/answers/informations of any question admission to Schools.or querry related to Urdu/Urdu medium teaching. Balak Mata Centre:Courses which the Academy conducts are: Short term Situated in three different localities of the walled cityorientation course, Urdu Translation Course; Urdu of Delhi, these centres aim at establishing anPronunciation Course for Urdu teachers as well as media educational- cum-professional support system forpersons; Guidance/Preparation Course material for women and children of the deprived classes. Nurserycompetitive examinations for Civil Services and for and primary education, along with tailoring & cutting,BUMS; in Urdu, online Urdu course, and Noting and embroidery skills, computer and other skill development courses for women beautician, textile designing areDrafting course in Urdu. imparted here. 101
  • 106. 53. FEE STRUCTURE OF ALL COURSES 1. FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & LANGUAGES S. No. Particulars M. Phil./ M.A./ M. A./ Adv. Dip./ Dip./ P.G. Dip. in P.G. Dip. in B.A./ Adv. B.A.(H) Cert. Course T.V. Journalism Journalism Dip./ Dip./ Persian in D/o Persian (Hindi Medium) (Hindi Medium) Certificate & Turkish (S.F) (S.F.) (except course Language in D/o Persian) 1. Tuition Fee 1000 540 100 25,000 12,500 2. Admission Fee 100 50 50 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 50 50 50 50 4. Medical Fee 100 100 0 0 0 5. Identity Card 50 50 50 50 50 6. Syllabus/ Sessional 100 100 100 100 100 7. Examination Fee 750 60 50 750 750 8. Garden Fee 50 0 0 50 50 9. Lib. Fee 200 50 40 200 200 10. Games Fund 200 200 200 0 0 11. Subject Associations 150 0 0 150 150 12. Students Aid Fund 100 100 100 100 100 13. University Magazine 50 0 0 50 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 150 150 0 0 15. Library Caution Money 500 50 50 500 500 16. Development Fund 1000 0 0 1000 1000 17. IT Development Fund 400 400 400 400 400 18. Canteen Establishment 50 0 0 50 50 19. NSS 20 20 20 20 20 20. Foundation Day Celebration 100 100 100 100 100 21. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 50 50 50 22. University Counseling & 50 50 50 50 50 Guidance Fee 23. Student Union Fee 50 50 0 50 50 Total 5270 2170 1560 28,820 16,320 NOTES: 1. All Students of B.A. (Hons.) History Ist IInd IIIrd year and M.A. History (Previous/Final Year) will also pay Rs.150/- per annum as Short Education Tour. This fee will be collected by Concerned Department.102
  • 107. 1 (1) FEE STRUCTURE FOR THE COURSES IN TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENTS. No. Particulars B.A. (H). Hotel Management, Certificate Diploma Travel and Tourism1. Tuition Fee 1000 1000 10002. Differential Tution Fee 16000 10,500 14,0003. Admission Fee 100 100 1004. Enrollment Fee 50 50 505. Medical fee 100 100 1006. Identity card 50 50 507. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 100 1008. Examination Fee 750 750 7509. Garden Fee 50 50 5010. Lib. fee 200 200 20011. Subject Associations 150 150 15012. Student Aid Fund 100 100 10013. University Magazine 50 50 5014. Cultural Activities 150 150 15015. Lib. Caution Money 500 500 50016. Development Fund 1000 1000 100017. IT Development Fund 400 400 40018. Canteen Establishment 50 50 5019. N.S.S. 20 20 2020. Foundation Day Celebration 100 100 10021. Games fee 200 200 20022. Jamia Radio 50 50 5023. University Coun. & Guidance fee 50 50 5024. Student Union fee 50 50 50 Total (All Amounts in Rs.) 21270 15770 192701 (2) FEE STRUCTURE FOR THE CERT. & AND DIP. COURSES IN TRANSLATION PROFICIENCYS. No. Particulars Certificate in Diploma in Translation Proficiency Translation Proficiency1. Tuition Fee 1000 10002 Differential Tuition Fee 1,250 3,0003. Admission Fee 100 1004. Enrolment Fee 50 505. Medical Fee 100 1006. Identity Card 50 507. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 1008. Examination Fee 750 7509. Garden Fee 50 5010. Lib. Fee 200 20011. Games Fund 200 20012. Subject Associations 150 15013. Students Aid Fund 100 10014. University Magazine 50 5015. Cultural Activities 150 15016. Library Caution Money 500 50017. Development Fund 1000 100018. IT Development Fund 400 40019. Canteen Establishment 50 5020. NSS 20 2021. Foundation Day Celebration 100 10022. Jamia Radion Fee 50 5023. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 5024. Student’s Union Fee 50 5025. Project Work/Field Work 0 500 Total(in Rs.) 6,520 8,770 103
  • 108. 2. FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES S. Particulars B.A./ B.Com/ M.Com. / B.A. B.B.S. B.A. M.A. B.A. M.A. M.A No. (Econ)/ M.A. (Econ.) B.A. Psych- Applied Social Social H.R.M. (with Computer Applications) ology Psychology Work Work. B.A. (Pol. Sc.)/ M.A. (Pol.Sc.)/ M.A. (Pub. Admin.)/ M.A. in Hum. Rights & Duties Edn./ B.A. (Sociology)/ M.A. (Sociology) 1. Tuition Fee 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 4. Medical Fee 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 5. Identity Card 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 6. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 7. Examination Fee 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 8. Garden Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 9. Lib. Fee 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 10. Games Fund 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 11. Subject Associations 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 12. Students Aid Fund 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 13. University Magazine 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 15. Library Caution Money 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 16. Lab. Caution Money 0 100 100 100 0 0 0 17. Development Fund 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 18. IT Development Fund 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 19. Canteen Establishment 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 20. NSS 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 21. Lab Fee p.a. 0 300 300 500 0 0 0 22. Field Work 0 0 0 700 600 700 700 23. Sessional Work 0 500 0 0 0 0 0 24. Foundation Day Celebration 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 25. Placement Brochure Fee 0 0 0 500 0 1000 1000 26. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 27. University Counselling 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 & Guidance Fee 28. Student’s Union Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 29. Skill Lab Fee 0 0 0 0 0 200 200 Total 5270 6170 5670 7070 5870 7170 7170 NOTE: 1. Students of B. Com./BBS (II/III year) shall pay Rs.1000/- in addition to their regular fee for computer Lab. 2. (a) Students of B.A.(H) Social Work II year and M.A. (I Semester) Social Work will pay Rs.1200/- as Camp Fee. (b) Students of MA (I- Semester) HRM will pay Rs. 1500/- as fee for self Management and Development Module. (Fee mentioned under 2 (a & b) to be collected by the department concerned. 3. B.A. (Eco.)/ M.A.(Eco.) students opting for optional paper of Computer Applications shall pay Rs.2500/- as Lab. Fee (Rs.500/- and Rs.2000/-). This fee to be collected by the department concerned. 4. B.B.S. III year students shall also pay Rs.500/- for fieldwork survey project.104
  • 109. 2 (1) FEE FOR SELF-FINANCING COURSES IN FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES S. Particulars Advanced Dip. B.I.B.F. B. Lib. P.G. Diploma in No. in Couns. Psy. & Info. Sc. Management of NGOs 1. Tuition Fee 12,000 4300 5,000 9,000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 50 50 50 4. Medical Fee 0 0 0 0 5. Identity Card 50 50 50 50 6. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 100 100 100 7. Examination Fee 750 750 750 750 8. Garden Fee 0 0 0 50 9. Lib. Fee 200 200 200 200 10. Games Fund 0 0 0 0 11. Subject Associations 150 150 150 150 12. Student Aid Fund 100 100 100 100 13. University Magazine 50 50 50 50 14. Library Caution Money 500 500 500 500 15. Lab. Caution Money 500 200 0 0 16. Development Fund 1000 1000 1000 1000 17. IT Development Fund 400 400 400 400 18. Canteen Establishment 50 50 50 50 19. NSS 20 20 20 20 20. Lab. Fee per annum 1,500 300 0 250 21. Field Work 2,000 0 200 0 22. Departmental Cultural Activities 0 0 0 150 23. Foundation Day Celebration 100 100 100 100 24. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 50 50 25. University Counselling & 50 50 50 50 Guidance Fee 26. Student’s Union Fee 50 50 50 50 Total 19,770 8,570 8,970 13,220NOTE:1. B.I.B.F. (IIIrd year) students shall pay an additional fee of Rs.500/- for fieldwork and Rs. 1000/- for computer lab. 105
  • 110. 2 (2) FEE FOR M.I.B. PROGRAMME (FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES) S. No. Particulars Business All Other (Rs.) Sponsored (Rs.) 1. Tuition Fee 30,000 15,000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 50 4. Medical Fee 100 100 5. Identity Card 50 50 6. Syllabus/Sessionals 200 200 7. Examination Fee 1,000 1,000 8. Garden Fee 50 50 9. Lib. Fee 200 200 10. Games Fund 200 200 11. University Magazine 50 50 12. Student Aid Fund 100 100 13. Library Caution Money 500 500 14. Lab. Caution Money 200 200 15. Development Fund 1000 1000 16. IT Development Fund 400 400 17. Canteen Establishment 50 50 18. NSS 20 20 19. Lab. Fee per annum 300 300 20. Foundation Day Celebration 100 100 21. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 22. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 50 23. Student’s Union Fee 50 50 Total 34,820 19,820 Note: All the students of various categories have to pay Rs. 1500/- each with III Semester fee for Placement Brochure. At the beginning of II, III, IV Semesters of the MIB course, students will pay the following Tuition Fee : Category Fee for II Semester Fee for III Semester Fee for IV Semester Business sponsored students Rs. 10,000/- Rs. 10,000/- Annual Charges Rs. 10,000/- All others Rs. 5,000/- Rs. 5,000/- Annual Charges Rs. 5,000/-106
  • 111. 3. FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCES S. Particulars M.Sc. Chem/ MCA B.Sc./ B.Sc. B.Sc. P.G. P.G. No. Bio.Sc./ Phy./ Inst./ B.Sc. Biotech. Diploma Diploma Geog./ M.Sc. Bio.Sc./ B.A/ in Remote inDigital Maths. with B.Sc. Geog./ Sensing & Cartography Computer Phy./ Chem./ GIS Science/ B.A.(H)Maths./ Applications PGDCA B.Sc.(H)Maths. 1. Tuition Fee 1000 1000 1000 1,000 1000 1000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 100 100 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 4. Medical Fee 100 100 100 100 100 100 5. Identity Card 50 50 50 50 50 50 6. Syllabus/ Sessional Fee 100 100 100 100 100 100 7. Examination Fee 750 750 750 750 750 750 8. Garden Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 9. Lib. Fee 200 200 200 200 200 200 10. Games Fund 200 200 200 200 200 200 11. Subject Associations Fund 150 150 150 150 150 150 12. Students Aid Fund 100 100 100 100 100 100 13. UniversityMagazine Fund 50 50 50 50 50 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 150 150 150 150 150 15. Library Caution Money 500 500 500 500 500 500 16. Lab. Caution Money 100 500 100 500 100 100 17. Development Fund 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 18. IT Development Fund 400 400 400 400 400 400 19. Canteen Establishment 50 50 50 50 50 50 20. NSS 20 20 20 20 20 20 21. Lab. Fee Per annum 500 500 500 500 2000 500 22. Foundation Day 100 100 100 100 100 100 23. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 24. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 25. Student’s Union Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 26. Training & Placement Assistance Fee 0 500 0 0 0 0 27. Department Development 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 5,870 6,770 5,870 6,270 7370+375* 5870+375**Fee for next 6 months 107
  • 112. 3(1) FEE FOR SELF-FINANCE COURSES IN FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCES S. Particulars M.Tech. M.Sc.Tech. M.A./M.Sc. M. Sc. M.Sc. M.Sc. No. (Nanotech.) (Industrial Maths. Biochem. Biotech. Bioinform. Mathematics (S.F.) Annual Annual Annual with Annual (S.F.) (S.F.) (S.F.) Computer Applications) Annual 1. Tuition Fee Per 15,000 15,100 13,250 20,000 20,100 20,000 semester 2. Admission Fee Annual 100 100 100 100 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee Once 50 50 50 50 50 50 4. Identity Card Fee Annual 50 50 50 50 50 50 5. Syllabus/ - 100 100 100 100 100 100 Sessionals Fee 6. Examination Fee Per 750 750 750 750 750 750 semester 7. Lib. Fee Annual 200 200 200 200 200 200 8. University - 0 50 50 50 50 50 Magazine Fund 9. Library Caution Re- 500 500 500 500 500 500 Money fundable 10. Lab. Caution Re- 500 500 0 500 500 500 Money fundable 11. Development Annual 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Fund 12. IT Development Fund 400 400 400 400 400 400 13. Student Aid Fund 100 100 100 100 100 100 14. Canteen Annual 50 50 50 50 50 50 Establishment 15. NSS Annual 20 20 20 20 20 20 16. Lab. Fee Annual 500 500 500 500 500 500 Per annum 17. Lab. Consumable Per 5000 0 500 5000 5500 0 fee semester 18. Placement Fee - 0 500 0 0 0 0 19. Foundation Day Annual 100 100 100 100 100 100 Celebration 20. Jamia Radio Fee Annual 50 50 50 50 50 50 21. University Annual 50 50 50 50 50 50 Counselling & Guidance Fee 22. Student’s Union - 0 50 0 0 50 50 Fee 23. Graduation - 0 0 0 0 200 0 Ceremony 24. Subject - 0 0 0 150 200 0 Association Total 24,520 20,220 17,820 29,720 30,220 24,220108
  • 113. 3(2) EDUCATIONAL TOUR FEE (FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCES) (To be collected by the department concerned) 1. M.A./ M.Sc. (Pre.) Geography, Socio-Economic Survey 250/- 2. M.A./ M.Sc. Geography (Final)/P.G. Diploma in Remote Sensing & G.I.S.Applications 250/- 3. M.Sc. Bio-Sciences (Previous) 1,000/- 4. M.Sc. Tech. (Industrial Mathematics with Computer Applications) 1,000/- 5. M.Sc. (Final) Chemistry 1,000/- 6. M.C.A. 500/- 7. M.Sc. (Bioinformatics) 500/- 8. P.G.D.C.A. 500/- 9. B.Sc. Biotechnology III year 1,000/- 10. B.Sc. Bio-Sciences III year 1,000/- 11. B.Sc. (Hon) Final Chemistry 1,000/- 12. M. Sc. Biochemistry 1,000/- 13. M. Sc. Biotechnology 1,000/- 14. M. Sc. (P) Physics 1,000/- 15. B. Sc. (H) Physics IIIrd Year 1,000/-4. FACULTY OF EDUCATION S. Particulars B.Ed./ B.Ed. Spl. Edu./ B.Ed. Nursery/ P.G. Diploma No. M.Ed./ M.Ed. Spl. Edu./ M.Ed. Ele. in Educational Edu./M.A.Ed./ M.A. (Ed. Plan. & Admin.) Management /Dip. ETE/ M.Phil (S.F) 1. Tuition Fee 1000 3,000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 3. Enrollment Fee 50 50 4. Medical fee 100 00 5. Identity card 50 50 6. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 100 7. Examination Fee 750 750 8. Garden Fee 50 50 9. Lib. fee 200 200 10. Games Fund 200 200 11. Sub. Assoc. 150 150 12. Student Aid Fund 100 100 13. Univ. Magazine 50 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 150 15. Lib. Caution Money 500 500 16. Development Fund 1000 1000 17. IT Development Fund 400 400 18. Canteen Establishment 50 50 19. Faculty Magazine 50 0 20. Foundation Day Celebration 100 100 21. N.S.S. 20 20 22. Camp/Tour 150 0 23. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 24. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 50 25. Student’s Union Fee 50 50 Total 5,470 7,170 109
  • 114. 5. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY The candidates selected for admission will have to pay the following fees at the time of admission S. Particulars B.Tech./ M.Tech. B.E. M.Tech. B.E. M.B.A. Diploma Diploma No. M.Sc. (EPSM / (Civil) in Env. Mech./ (Evening) Engg. Engg. Electronics Mechanical)/ Sc. & Elect./ (Regular) (Evening) Earthquake Engg. Electronic & Comm./ Comp. Engg. 1. Tuition Fee 2,000 2000 2000 2000 10,000 18,000 1,200 6,000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 4. Library Fee 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 5. Medical Fee 100 100 0 0 0 0 100 0 6. Identity Card Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 7. Syllabus/Sessionals 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 8. Examination Fee 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 9. Garden Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 10. Laboratory Fee 500 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 11. Games Fund 200 200 0 0 0 0 200 0 12. Subject Assn. Fun 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 13. Student Aid Fund 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 14. University Magazine 50 50 0 0 0 0 50 0 15. Cultural Activities 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 16. Educational Tour 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17. Library Caution money 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 18. Laboratory Caution money 200 500 200 200 200 200 200 200 19. Development Fund 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 20. IT Development Fund 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 21. Faculty Magazine 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 22. Lab. Estab. Fee 0 0 0 0 2,000 2,000 0 2,000 23. Canteen Estab. Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 24. N.S.S. 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 25. Foundation Day Celebrations 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 26. Lab. Development Fee 0 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 27. Departmental Library/ 0 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 Seminar Fund 28. Comp. Centre Estab. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1000 1,000 1,000 0 0 Fee (one time) 29. Placement Assistance 500 500 0 0 0 0 500 0 fee (one time) 30. Students’ Union Fee 50 50 0 0 0 0 50 0 31. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 32. Univ. Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 Total 8,920 11,120 7,920 7,920 17,920 25,920 7,020 12,920 Educational Tour Fee: B. Tech. (Pre-final year) Rs.1000/-. This fee will be collected by the Finance & Accounts office. Note: Additional fee of Rs.500/- shall be charged for the courses following semester system. For more information please see General Rules Regarding Fees and Accounts.110
  • 115. 6. FACULTY OF LAW S. No. Particulars LL.M. B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) 1. Tuition Fee 2,000 2,000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 50 4. Medical Fee 100 100 5. Identity Card Fee 50 50 6. Syllabus 100 100 7. Examination Fee 750 750 8. Garden Fee 50 50 9. Lib. Fee 200 200 10. Games Fund 200 200 11. Subject Associations 150 150 12. Students Aid Fund 100 100 13. University Magazine 50 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 150 15. Lab. Caution Money 300 300 16. Library Caution Money 500 500 17. Development Fund 1000 1000 18. IT Development Fund 400 400 19. Canteen Establishment 50 50 20. Study Material 0 500 21. Practical Training & Court Visit Fee 0 1200 22. NSS 20 20 23. Foundation Day Celebration 100 100 24. Faculty Magazine 100 100 25. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 26. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 50 27. Student’s Union Fee 50 50 Total 6,670 8,3707. FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE & EKISTICS The candidates selected for admission will have to pay the following fees at the time of admission. S.No. Particulars M. Arch./ B. Arch. B. Arch. M. Ekistics (Regular) (Self-Financing) 1. Tuition Fee 2,000 2,000 30,000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 50 50 4. Library Fee 200 200 200 5. Medical Fee 100 100 100 6. Identity Card Fee 50 50 50 7. Syllabus/ Sessionals 500 300 100 8. Examination Fee 750 750 750 9. Garden Fee 50 50 50 10. Laboratory Fee 400 400 4000 11. Games Fund 200 200 200 12. Subject Assn. Fund 150 150 150 13. Student Aid Fund 100 100 100 14. University Magazine 50 50 50 15. Cultural Activities 150 150 150 16. Field Study fees 500 500 1500 17. Library Caution money 500 500 500 18. Laboratory Caution money 500 200 0 19. Development Fund 1000 1000 1000 20. IT Development Fund 400 400 400 21. Faculty Magazine 50 50 50 111
  • 116. 22. Lab. Estab. Fee 50 50 1000 23. Canteen Estab. Fee 50 50 00 24. N.S.S. 20 20 20 25. Foundation Day Celebrations 100 100 100 26. Course Development Fee 00 00 3000 27. Computer Centre Fund 100 100 1,000 28. Placement Assistance fee (one time) 500 500 0 29. Jamia Radio 50 50 50 30. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 50 50 31. Student Union Fee 50 50 0 32. Modernisation of Lab 00 00 4,000 33. NASA 00 200 100 34. Caution Money 500 500 500 Total 9,270 8,970 49,320 8. FACULTY OF FINE ART S. No. Particulars MFA Painting, App. B.F.A. Diploma Sculpture/ Art, Sculpture, Art Edu., Painting, Certificate in Calligraphy Graphic Art App. Art, Commercial Art, (print making) Sculpture, Photography, Painting, Art History Art Edu. Sculpture, (S.F.) 1. Tuition Fee 1000 1000 9,000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 500 3. Enrollment Fee 50 50 100 4. Medical fee 100 100 0 5. Identity card 100 100 50 6. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 100 100 7. Examination Fee 750 750 750 8. Garden Fee 50 50 50 9. Lib. fee 200 200 200 10. Games Fund 200 200 0 11. Sub. Assoc./ Co- Curr. Activities 150 150 150 12. Student Aid Fund 100 100 100 13. Univ. Magazine 50 50 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 150 0 15. Lib. Caution Money 500 500 500 16. Development Fund 1000 1000 1000 17. IT Development Fund 400 400 400 18. Canteen Establishment 50 50 50 19. Faculty Magazine 50 50 0 20. Foundation Day Celebration 100 100 100 21. N.S.S. 20 20 20 22. Sessional Work 500 500 500 23. Camp/Tour 1000 1000 0 24. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 50 25. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 50 50 26. Student’s Union Fee 50 50 0 27. Department Development Fund 300 300 0 28. Security (Refundable after Completion of Course 1000 1000 0 Total 8,170 8,170 13,720 Note: i) Camp/Tour fee will not be charged from MFA Painting students. ii) The Certificate Course in Art Appreciation is offered as an extension programme. A nominal fee Rs. 150 would be charged.112
  • 117. 9. FACULTY OF DENTISTRYS. No. Particulars BDS1. Tuition Fee 12,0002. Admission Fee 1003. Enrollment Fee 504. Medical fee 1005. Identity card 506. Syllabus/ Sessionals 3007. Examination Fee 7508. Garden Fee 509. Lib. fee 20010. Lab fee 100011. Games fund 20012. Subject Association fund 15013. Student Aid Fund 10014. Univ. Magazine 5015. Cultural Activities 20016. Lib. Caution Money 50017. Lab Caution Money 50018. Development Fund 100019. IT Development Fund 40020. Faculty Magazine 10021. Lab Establishment fee 200022. Foundation Day Celebration 10023. Lab Consumable fee 500024. CDE Programme 20025. Computer Centre fee 20026. Jamia Radio Fee 5027. University Counselling & 50 Guidance Fee28. Student’s Union Fee 5029. NSS 2030. Canteen Establishment fee 50 Total 25,520 113
  • 118. 10. AJK-MASS COMMUNICATION RESEARCH CENTRE S. Items/Particulars M.A.(P) M.A. (F) M.A. (P) M.A. (F) P.G. P.G. P.G. P.G. No. Mass Mass Convergent Convergent Diploma in Diploma in Diploma in Diploma in Communica- Communica- Journalism Journalism Development Still Graphics Broadcast tion tion Communica- Photography Animation Technology tion & Visual Coomuni- cation A Admission Charges i. Admission Fee 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 ii. Enrolment Fee 50 0 50 0 50 50 50 50 (if not already enrolled) iii. Library Admission Fee 100 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 (When the student joins Jamia first time) i. Identity Card Fee 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 B Annual Fees I. Canteen Establishment Charges 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 II. Community Radio/ Misc 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 III. Cultural Activities 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 IV. Equipment Caution 20,000 —- 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 Money (Refundable) V. Examination Fees 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 VI. Foundation Day 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Celebration VII. Garden Fees/Campus 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Maint. Fee VIII. Library Caution Money 2,000 0 2,000 0 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 (Refundable) IX. Medical Fee 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 X. Sports and Games 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 XI. Student Aid Fund 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 XII. Subject Association Fund 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 XIII. University development 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 fund XIV. IT Development Fund 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 XV. University Magazine 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 C Tuition Fees 2,000 2,000 25,000 25,000 18,500 25,000 25,000 25,000 D Industrial Training 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,500 E Workshops/ Seminar 0 0 7,000 7,000 0 0 0 1,000 F Consumables charges 20,000 20,650 2,000 2,000 17,500 25,000 20,000 1,500 G Training & Production Fees 7,500 10,000 0 0 3,000 10,000 15,000 0 H UNI Subscription 0 0 3,000 3,000 0 0 0 0 Charges I Broad band Connection charges 0 0 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 0 J Study Tour 0 0 8,000 8,000 0 0 0 500 K Institutional Charges 0 0 3,750 3,750 0 0 0 0 (7.5 % on (7.5 % on 50,000 ) 50,000 ) L Equipment charges 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9,500 Grand Total 55,060 36,060 69,310 57,160 54,560 75,560 75,560 54,560114
  • 119. 11. MMAJ-ACADEMY OF THIRD WORLD STUDIES The candidates selected for admission will have to pay the following fees at the time of admission.S. Particulars M. Phil. Diploma /No. Certificate in Uzbek / Kyrgyz1. Tuition Fee 1000 1002. Admission Fee 100 503. Enrolment Fee 50 504. Examination Fee 750 505. Medical Fee 100 06. Identity Card 50 507. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 1008. Garden Fee 50 09. Library Fee 200 4010. Games Fund 200 20011. Subject Associations 150 012. Students Aid Fund 100 10013. University Magazine 50 014. Cultural Activities 150 15015. Library Caution Money (Refundable) 500 5016. Development Fund 1000 100017. IT Development Fund 400 40018. Canteen Establishment 50 019. NSS 20 2020. Field Work 100 021. Foundation Day Celebration 100 10022. Jamia Radio Fee 50 5023. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 5024. Student’s Union Fee 50 50 Total 5370 256012. CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES Fees for M.B.A. (Full Time) ProgrammeS. No. Particulars Periodicity Amount in Rs.1. Tuition Fees Annual 2,0002. Admission Fees Annual 1003. Enrollment Fees Once 504. Library Fees Annual 2005. Medical Fees Annual 1006. Identity Card Fees Annual 507. Examination Fees Per Semester 7508. Garden Fees Annual 509. Laboratory Fees Annual 30010. Syllabus Once 10011. Games Fund Annual 20012. Student Aid Fund Annual 10013. University Magazine Annual 5014. Cultural Activities Annual 150 115
  • 120. 15. Library Caution Money Refundable 500 16. Lab Caution Money Refundable 100 17. Foundation Day Celebration Annual 100 18. NSS Annual 20 19. Placement, Annual 500 20. Study Material Annual 2,000 21. Subject Association & Journal Annual 250 22. Development Fund Annual 1000 23. IT Development Fund Annual 400 24. Field Work Annual 300 25. Scholarship Fund Annual 2,000 Total Deposit Account - 11,370 @ The NRI/Foreign Students shall be required to pay their fees in US$ * The NRI/ Foreign Students shall be required to pay $1000 per Semester. 13. CENTRE FOR PHYSIOTHERAPY & REHABILITATION SCIENCES S. No. Particulars M.P.T. B.P.T. 1. Tuition Fee 2000 2,000 2. Admission Fee 100 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 50 4. Medical Fee 100 100 5. Identity Card 50 50 6. Syllabus/ Sessional Fee 100 100 7. Examination Fee 750 750 8. Garden Fee 50 50 9. Lib. Fee 200 200 10. Games Fund 200 200 11. Subject Associations Fee 400 150 12. Students Aid Fund 100 100 13. University Magazine Fund 50 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 150 15. Library Caution Money 500 500 16. Lab. Caution Money 500 500 17. Development Fund 1000 1000 18. IT Development Fund 400 400 19. Canteen Establishment 50 50 20. NSS 20 20 21. Lab. Fee Per annum 500 500 22. Foundation Day Celebration 100 100 23. Jamia Radio Fee 50 50 24. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 50 25. Lab. Consumable Fee 8000 4,000 26. Guest Faculty and Training Assistance Fee 18000 9,000 27. Student’s Union Fee 50 50 Total 33,520 20,270 Educational tour fee of Rs.1000/- shall be charged from the students of Bachelor of Physiotherapy (III and IV Year) and shall be collected by the Concerned Centre.116
  • 121. 14. NELSON MANDELA CENTRE FOR PEACE & CONFLICT RESOLUTION S. No. Particulars M.A. in Conflict Analysis & Peace Building 1. Tuition Fee 1000 2. Admission Fee 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 4. Medical Fee 100 5. Identity Card 50 6. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 7. Examination Fee 750 8. Garden Fee 50 9. Lib. Fee 200 10. Department Library Fee 0 11. Games Fund 200 12. Subject Associations 150 13. Students Aid Fund 100 14. University Magazine 50 15. Cultural Activities 150 16. Library Caution Money 500 17. Department Lib. Caution Money 0 18. Field Work Fee 500 19. Development Fund 1000 20. IT Development Fund 400 21. Canteen Establishment 50 22. NSS 20 23. Departmental Cultural Activities 0 24. Foundation Day Celebration 100 25. Jamia Radio Fee 50 26. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 27. Student’s Union Fee 50 Total 5,77015. CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS & CIVILISATIONSS. No. Particulars M. Phil. / M.A.1. Tuition Fee 10002. Admission Fee 1003. Enrolment Fee 504. Examination Fee 7505. Medical Fee 1006. Identity Card 507. Syllabus/ Sessionals 1008. Garden Fee 509. Library Fee 20010. Games Fund 20011. Subject Associations 150 117
  • 122. 12. Students Aid Fund 100 13. University Magazine 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 15. Library Caution Money (Refundable) 500 16. Development Fund 1000 17. IT Development Fund 400 18. Canteen Establishment 50 19. NSS 20 20. Foundation Day Celebration 100 21. Jamia Radio Fee 50 22. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 23. Student’s Union Fee 50 Total 5, 270 16. DR. K.R. NARAYANAN CENTRE FOR DALIT & MINORITIES STUDIES S. No. Particulars M.A. in Social Exclusion & Inclusive Policy 1. Tuition Fee 1000 2. Admission Fee 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 4. Medical Fee 100 5. Identity Card 50 6. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 7. Examination Fee 750 8. Garden Fee 50 9. Lib. Fee 200 10. Games Fund 200 11. Subject Associations 150 12. Students Aid Fund 100 13. University Magazine 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 15. Library Caution Money 500 16. Development Fund 1000 17. IT Development Fund 400 18. Canteen Establishment 50 19. NSS 20 20. Departmental Cultural Activities 00 21. Foundation Day Celebration 100 22. Jamia Radio Fee 50 23. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 24. Student’s Union Fee 50 Total 5,270118
  • 123. 17. CENTRE FOR SPANISH & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES S. No. Particulars *M. Phil Advanced Diploma / Diploma / Certificate in French/ Russian/ Italian/ Spanish/ Portuguese/Catalan 1. Tuition Fee 1000 2. Admission Fee 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 4. Identity Card 50 5. Syllabus 100 6. Examination Fee 750 7. Cultural Activities 100 8. Development Fund 1000 9. IT Development Fund 400 10. Foundation Day Celebration 100 11. Lib. Fee 200 12. Library Caution Money (Refundable) 500 13. Students Aid Fund 100 Total 4450* Fee for M. Phil will be same as being charged for M.Phil Offered by other centres of Jamia.18. CENTRE FOR CULTURE, MEDIA & GOVERNANCES. No. Particulars M. A. (Media Governance)1. Tuition Fee 10002. Admission Fee 1003. Enrolment Fee 504. Medical Fee 1005. Identity Card 506. Syllabus/ Sessionals 1007. Examination Fee 7508. Garden Fee 509. Lib. Fee 20010. Games Fund 20011. Subject Associations 15012. Students Aid Fund 10013. University Magazine 5014. Cultural Activities 15015. Library Caution Money 50016. Development Fund 100017. IT Development Fund 40018. Canteen Establishment 5019. NSS 2020. Field Work 40021. Foundation Day Celebration 10022. Jamia Radio Fee 5023. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 5024. Student’s Union Fee 50 Total 5, 670 119
  • 124. 19. CENTRE FOR JAWAHARLAL NEHRU STUDIES S. No. Particulars M. Phil. * 1. Tuition Fee 1000 2. Admission Fee 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 4. Examination Fee 750 5. Medical Fee 100 6. Identity Card 50 7. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 8. Garden Fee 50 9. Library Fee 200 10. Games Fund 200 11. Subject Associations 150 12. Students Aid Fund 100 13. University Magazine 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 15. Library Caution Money (Refundable) 500 16. Development Fund 1000 17. IT Development Fund 400 18. Canteen Establishment 50 19. NSS 20 20. Foundation Day Celebration 100 21. Jamia Radio Fee 50 22. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 23. Student’s Union Fee 50 Total 5270 20. CENTRE FOR WEST ASIAN STUDIES S. No. Particulars M. Phil.* 1. Tuition Fee 1000 2. Admission Fee 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 4. Examination Fee 750 5. Medical Fee 100 6. Identity Card 50 7. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 8. Garden Fee 50 9. Library Fee 200 10. Games Fund 200 11. Subject Associations 150 12. Students Aid Fund 100 13. University Magazine 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 15. Library Caution Money (Refundable) 500 16. Development Fund 1000 17. IT Development Fund 400 18. Canteen Establishment 50 19. NSS 20 20. Foundation Day Celebration 100 21. Jamia Radio Fee 50 22. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 23. Student’s Union Fee 50 Total 5270120
  • 125. 21. INDIA ARAB CULTURAL CENTRE S. No. Particulars P.G. Diploma in Iranology (part-time) 1. Tuition Fee 1000 2. Admission Fee 100 3. Enrolment Fee 50 4. Examination Fee 750 5. Medical Fee 100 6. Identity Card 50 7. Syllabus/ Sessionals 100 8. Garden Fee 50 9. Library Fee 200 10. Games Fund 200 11. Subject Associations 150 12. Students Aid Fund 100 13. University Magazine 50 14. Cultural Activities 150 15. Library Caution Money (Refundable) 500 16. Development Fund 1000 17. IT Development Fund 400 17. Canteen Establishment 50 18. NSS 20 19. Foundation Day Celebration 100 20. Jamia Radio Fee 50 21. University Counselling & Guidance Fee 50 22. Student’s Union Fee 50 Total 527022. FEE FOR Ph.D. (INDIAN SCHOLARS) 1 Registration Fee Rs.250/ 2 Enrolment Fee Rs.100/ 3 Library Caution Money Rs.1000/ 4 Lab. Caution Money Rs.300/ 5 Supervision Fee Rs.1200/ per annum 6 Library Fee Rs.200/ per annum 7 Examination Fee Rs.1000/ 8 Lab. Fee for Science/Engineering Students Rs.300/ per annum 9 University Development Fund Rs.1000/ per annum 10. IT Development Fund Rs. 400/ per annum 11. Identity Card Rs.50/ per annum 12. Late Fee Rs.50/ per month 13. Jamia Radio Rs.50/ per annum 14. University Counselling & Guidance Fee Rs.50/ per annum(i) Jamia employees are exempted from the payment of supervision fee, library and lab fee and caution money, but shall pay (as special fee) Rs.100/- per annum.(ii) Son/daughter/spouse/ of Jamia employees and the permanent teachers of the recognized institutions are exempted from the payment of supervision fee but shall pay (as special fee.) Rs.100/- per annum.(iii) In case of re-admission of Ph.D. scholar, the arrears of fees for the previous period will be payable by the scholar.(iv) All the fees and charges are subject to revision.(v) Calculation of the arrears of fee to be governed by the rules given in the Prospectus of that year for which the fee is being charged.(vi) In case of Ph.D. in Social Work and Human Resource Management, the following fee will also be charged in the 1st Semester: i) Extension Lecture Fee: Rs. 500/- ii) Computer Laboratory Fee: Rs. 500 121
  • 126. 122 TABLE – II-A 54. ADMISSION SCHEDULE FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2011-2012 For Undergraduate courses of Faculty of Hum. & Langs., Social Sciences, Natural Sciences (Venue of Entrance Test: Department of Mathematics, JMI) S. Course Last Date of Time Display of Commence- Display of Last date Registration Display of Date of No. date for Test list of ment list of for of candidates candidates Commence- submission Candidates of Interview Selected completing from selected ment of of for Interview candidates admission wait list from wait admission Application & Wait List list from wait Forms list* SOCIAL SCIENCES : GROUP I 1. BBS 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 09:00 am 15.06.2011 23-24 .06.2011 01.07.2011 08..07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 2. B. Com. 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 09:00 am 15.06.2011 24-25 .06.2011 01.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 3. B. A. C.A. 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 09:00 am 15.06.2011 22-23 .06.2011 01.07.2011 08..07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 4. B.A. (H) Economics 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 09:00 am 15.06.2011 27-28 .06.2011 01.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 NATURAL SCIENCES : GROUP II 1. B. Sc. Bioscience 04.05.2011 02.06.2011 11:30 am 11.06.2011 20-21 .06.2011 29.06.2011 07.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 2. B. Sc. Biotechnology 04.05.2011 02.06.2011 11:30 am 11.06.2011 21-22 .06.2011 30.06.2011 07.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 SOCIAL SCIENCES : GROUP II 1. B. A. (H) Hotel 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 3:30 pm 13.06.2011 20-21 .06.2011 29.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 Management, Travel & Tourism 2. B. A. 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 03.30 pm 13 .06.2011 21-22 .06.2011 29.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 3. B. A. (H) Sociology 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 03.30 pm 13.06.2011 22-23 .06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 4. B. A. (H) Political 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 03.30 pm 13.06.2011 23-24. 06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 Science 5. B. A. (H) Psychology 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 03.30 pm 13.06.2011 24-25 .06.2011 01.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 6. B. A. /B. Sc.(H) 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 03.30 pm 13 .06.2011 25-27 .06.2011 01.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 Geography 7. B. A. (H) Social Work 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 03.30 pm 13.06.2011 27-28 .06.2011 05.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 8. B. A. (H) History 05.05.2011 02.06.2011 03.30 pm 17.06.2011 28-29.06.2011 05.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011
  • 127. S. Course Last Date of Time Display of Commence- Display of Last date Registration Display of Date of No. date for Test list of ment list of for of candidates candidates Commence- submission Candidates of Interview Selected completing from selected ment of of for Interview candidates admission wait list from wait admission Application & Wait List list from wait Forms list* HUMANITIES & LANGUAGES 1. B.A. (H) Arabic 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 09.00 am 13.06.2011 15-16.06.2011 24.06.2011 01.07.2011 04.07.2011 05.07.2011 08.07.2011 2. B.A.(H) Hindi 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 09.00 am 13.06.2011 15-16.06.2011 24.06.2011 01.07.2011 04.07.2011 05.07.2011 08.07.2011 3. B. A. (H) Persian 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 09.00 am 13.06.2011 16-17.06.2011 24.06.2011 01.07.2011 04.07.2011 05.07.2011 08.07.2011 4. B. A. (H) English 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 09.00 am 13.06.2011 17-18.06.2011 24.06.2011 01.07.2011 04.07.2011 05.07.2011 08.07.2011 5. B. A. (H) M. M. 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 09.00 am 13.06.2011 18-20.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 05.07.2011 06.07.2011 08.07.2011 Writing Hindi 6. B. A. (H) Urdu 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 09.00 am 13.06.2011 20-21.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 05.07.2011 06.07.2011 08.07.2011 7. B. A. (H) Islamic 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 09.00 am 13.06.2011 21-22.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 05.07.2011 06.07.2011 08.07.2011 Studies NATURAL SCIENCES: GROUP I 1. B. Sc. 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 03:30 pm 13.06.2011 20-21.06.2011 27.06.2011 06.07.2011 07.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 2. B. Sc. Instrumentation 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 03:30 pm 13.06.2011 20-21.06.2011 27.06.2011 06.07.2011 07.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 (Vocational) 3. B. Sc. (H) Physics 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 03:30 pm 13.06.2011 21-22.06.2011 28.06.2011 06.07.2011 07.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 4. B. Sc. (H) Chemistry 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 03:30 pm 15.06.2011 22-23.06.2011 29.06.2011 06.07.2011 07.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 5. B. Sc. (H) Mathematics 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 03:30 pm 15.06.2011 23-24.06.2011 30.06.2011 06.07.2011 07.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 6. B. A. (H) Mathematics 04.05.2011 03.06.2011 03:30 pm 15.06.2011 24-25.06.2011 30.06.2011 06.07.2011 07.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011123
  • 128. 124 TABLE – II-B 54. ADMISSION SCHEDULE FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2011-2012 For Postgraduate & other courses of Faculty of Hum. & Langs. Social Sciences, Natural Sciences & Law (UG & PG) (Venue of Entrance Test: Department of Mathematics, JMI) S. Course Last Date of Time Display of Commence- Display of Last date Registration Display of Date of No. date for Test list of ment list of for of candidates candidates Commence- submission Candidates of Interview Selected completing from selected ment of of for Interview candidates admission wait list from wait admission Application & Wait List list from wait Forms list* 15. B.A., LL.B. (Hons) 02.06.2011 14.06.2011 10.00 am 20.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 16. LL.M. 02.06.2011 14.06.2011 03.30 pm 20.06.2011 30.06.2011 07.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 17. M. Sc. Bio Chemistry 05.05.2011 04.06.2011 09.00 am 13.06.2011 20.06.2011 27.06.2011 05.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 18. M. Sc. Biotech 05.05.2011 04.06.2011 11.30 am 13.06.2011 22.6.2011 29.06.2011 06.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 19. M. Sc. Biosciences 05.05.2011 04.06.2011 03.30 pm 13.06.2011 21.06.2011 28.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 20. M.A. Political Science 04.05.2011 07.06.2011 09.00 am 15.06.2011 22.06.2011 29.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 21. M. Sc. Maths with 05.05.2011 07.06.2011 09.00 am 15.06.2011 22.06.2011 29.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 Comp. Science 22. M.A. Sociology 04.05.2011 07.06.2011 11.30 am 15.06.2011 21.06.2011 28.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 23. M. Sc. Chemistry 05.05.2011 07.06.2011 11.30 am 15.06.2011 21.06.2011 28.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 24. M. Phil Hindi 06.05.2011 07.06.2011 03.30 pm 15.06.2011 20.06.2011 27.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 25. M.A. Hindi 06.05.2011 07.06.2011 03.30 pm 15.06.2011 22.06.2011 29.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 26. M. Sc. Tech. 05.05.2011 07.06.2011 03.30 pm 15.06.2011 17.06.2011 24.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 (I. Maths with Computer Applications) 27. M.A. History 06.05.2011 08.06.2011 09.00 am 17.06.2011 23.06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 28. M. Phil History 06.05.2011 08.06.2011 09.00 am 17.06.2011 22.06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 29. M. Sc. Bio-Informatics 05.05.2011 08.06.2011 09.00 am 17.06.2011 22.06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 30. P.G. Dip. in Journalism 06.05.2011 08.06.2011 11.30 am 17.06.2011 23.06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 (Hindi Medium) (SF) 31. M.C.A. / PGDCA 05.05.2011 08.06.2011 03.30 pm 17.06.2011 24.06.2011 01.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 32. M. Com. (Business Mgt.) 04.05.2011 09.06.2011 09.00 am 18.06.2011 24.06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 33. M.A. Economics 04.05.2011 09.06.2011 11.30 am 18.06.2011 25.06.2011 01.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 34. M.A. Urdu 06.05.2011 09.06.2011 03.30 pm 18.06.2011 24.06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 35. M. Phil Urdu 06.05.2011 09.06.2011 03.30 pm 18.06.2011 25.06.2011 01.07.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 36. M.A. Arabic 06.05.2011 10.06.2011 09.00 am 20.06.2011 25.06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 37. M. Sc. Physics 05.05.2011 10.06.2011 09.00 am 20.06.2011 25.06.2011 30.06.2011 08.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 14.07.2011 38. Adv. Dip. in 04.05.2011 10.06.2011 11.30 am 20.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 Counseling Psychology 39. M. A./M. Sc. 05.05.2011 10.06.2011 11.30 am 20.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 Maths (Eve.) 40. M.A. H.R.M. 04.05.2011 10.06.2011 03.30 pm 17.06.2011 22.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011
  • 129. S. Course Last Date of Time Display of Commence- Display of Last date Registration Display of Date of No. date for Test list of ment list of for of candidates candidates Commence- submission Candidates of Interview Selected completing from selected ment of of for Interview candidates admission wait list from wait admission Application & Wait List list from wait Forms list* 41. B. Lib. & Information 06.05.2011 15.06.2011 09.00 am 20.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 Science 42. P.G. Dip. in 04.05.2011 15.06.2011 11.30 pm 22.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 T.V. Journalism 43. M.Tech. 05.05.2011 15.06.2011 03.30 pm 22.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 Nanotechnology 44. M.A. Persian 06.05.2011 16.06.2011 09.00 am 22.06.2011 27.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 45. Adv. Dip. / Diploma/ 06.05.2011 16.06.2011 09.00 am 23.06.2011 28 – 30 .06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Certificate in Modern Persian 46. M.A. /M. Sc.Geography 05.05.2011 16.06.2011 11.30 am 23.06.2011 29.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 47. M.A. Social Work 04.05.2011 16.06.2011 03.30 pm 22.06.2011 27.06.2011 05.07.2011 12.07.2011 01.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 48. M.A. Applied Psychology 04.05.2011 18.06.2011 09.00 am 24.06.2011 29.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 49. M.I.B. 04.05.2011 18.06.2011 11.30 am 25.06.2011 28.06.2011 05.07.2011 12.7.2011 13.7.2011 14.7.2011 15.7.2011 50. M.A. Islamic Studies 06.05.2011 18.06.2011 11.30 am 24.06.2011 29.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 51. M. Phil English 06.05.2011 18.06.2011 03.30 pm 24.06.2011 28.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 52. M.A. English 06.05.2011 18.06.2011 03.30 pm 24.06.2011 30.06.2011 04.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 53. Cert. in Modern 06.05.2011 20.06.2011 09.00 am 25.06.2011 01.07.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Arabic Lang. & Translation 54. Dip. in Modern Arabic 06.05.2011 20.06.2011 09.00 am 25.06.2011 02.07.2011 07.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Lang. & Translation 55. Adv. Dip. in Modern 06.05.2011 20.06.2011 09.00 am 25.06.2011 03.07.2011 08.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Arabic Lang. & Translation 56. M.A. Public 04.05.2011 20.06.2011 11.30 am 25.06.2011 28.06.2011 05.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 Administration 57. M A. in Human Rights 04.05.2011 20.06.2011 03.30 pm 25.06.2011 30.06.2011 05.07.2011 11.07.2011 12.07.2011 13.07.2011 15.07.2011 & Duties Education 58. P.G. Diploma in 05.05.2011 21.06.2011 09.00 am 27.06.2011 29.06.2011 05.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Digital Cartography 59. PG Dip. in RS & 06.05.2011 21.06.2011 09.00 am 27.06.2011 30.06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 GIS Applications 60. P.G. Dip. in Urdu 06.05.2011 21.06.2011 11.30 am 27.06.2011 30.06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Mass Media 61. Adv. Dip. in Turkish/ 06.05.2011 21.06.2011 03.30 pm 27.06.2011 29.06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Turkemenian 62. Dip. in Turkish/ 06.05.2011 21.06.2011 03.30 pm 27.06.2011 30.06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Kazhaki/Turkemenian125
  • 130. 126 S. Course Last Date of Time Display of Commence- Display of Last date Registration Display of Date of No. date for Test list of ment list of for of candidates candidates Commence- submission Candidates of Interview Selected completing from selected ment of of for Interview candidates admission wait list from wait admission Application & Wait List list from wait Forms list* 63. Cert. in Turkish/ 06.05.2011 21.06.2011 03.30 pm 27.06.2011 01.07.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Kazhaki/Turkemenian 64. Cert. in Translation 06.05.2011 22.06.2011 09.00 am 27.06.2011 29.06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Proficiency 65. Dip. in Translation 06.05.2011 22.06.2011 09.00 am 27.06.2011 30.06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Proficiency 66. P.G. Dip. in 04.05.2011 22.06.2011 11.30 am 27.06.2011 30.06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Management of NGOs 67. Cert. / Dip. in Pashto 05.05.2011 22.06.2011 03.30 pm 27.06.2011 30.06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Lang./ 68. Cert. in Tourism & 06.05.2011 23.06.2011 09:00 a.m. 27.06.2011 30.06.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Travel Management 69. Dip. in Tourism & 06.05.2011 23.06.2011 11:30 a.m. 27.06.2011 01.07.2011 06.07.2011 13.07.2011 14.07.2011 15.07.2011 18.07.2011 Travel Management All dated of admission schedule are subject to change if needed. For admission from wait list, the candidates are advised to be in contact with the concerned Department/ Faculty. * The concerned Head/Dean/Director will announce the last date.
  • 131. 54 (1) ADMISSION SCHEDULE OF ENTRANCE TEST 2011-2012 FACULTY OF EDUCATION127
  • 132. 128 ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2011-2012 54 (2) FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY NOTE: (1) All dates of admission schedule are subject to change if needed. (2) Application Form for admission to Part-time B.E., MBA, and Diploma Engineering courses will be accepted w.e.f. 23.08.2011 till the last date of acceptance as mentioned above. (3) Admission Schedule of the Waitlisted Candidates will be notified along with the Main Selection List. Waitlisted candidates will have to report to the concerned offices in person for their registration on the dates mentioned in their respective waiting lists. Admissions to such candidates will be granted subject to vacancy. (4) Candidates are advised to personally check the interview/admission lists on the notice boards of Faculty of Engineering & Technology and lamia Polytechnic (for Diploma Engineering courses) on the above mentioned dates. No correspondence will be made in the respect. The results will also be available on the lamia website (http://jmi.ac.in).
  • 133. 54 (3) ADMISSION SCHEDULE OF ENTRANCE TEST 2011-2012 Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics *Note: For admission from wait list, the candidates are advised to be in contact with the Dean, Flo Architecture & Ekistics 54 (4) ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2011 – 2012 Faculty of Dentistry Note: The date of Commencement of classes is August 1, 2011.129
  • 134. 130 54 (5) ADMISSION SCHEDULE OF ENTRANCE TEST 2011-2012 FACULTY OF FINE ARTS Note: Lunch break will be observed on Fridays between 12:00 Noon to 2:30p.m and other working days between 1:00 p.m. to 2:p.m. MK
  • 135. 54 (6) ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2011-2012 (AJK MASS COMMUNICATION RESEARCH CENTRE/CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES)131
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  • 137. Note: Entrance Tests of the following Courses will be held in the Building of the AJKMCRC. 1. P.G. Diploma in Development Communication. 2. P.G. Diploma in Graphic & Animation. 3. P.G. Diploma in Still Photography & Visual Communication. 4. P.G. Diploma in Broadcast Technology.133
  • 138. 55. RECOGNIZED COURSES OF ARABIC MADRASAS/ INSTITUTIONS (1) The following courses, with English of Senior School 38. Fazilat of Al-Mahadul Islamia As-Salafi, Richa Bareilly Certificate (10+2)/Intermediate standard, have been (U.P.) recognized for purposes of admission to the B.A. (Pass/ 39. Alimiat of Darul Uloom Warsia, Vishal Khand - 4, Gomti Hons.) Ist year courses:- Nagar, Lucknow (U.P.) 1 Fazil-e-Adab of Lucknow University 40. Fazilat of Bhado Jamia Islahul Muslemeen, Malda, West 2 Dabeer Kamil of Lucknow University Bengal. 3 Alimiat of Darul Uloom Nadvatul Ulema, Lucknow 41. Fazilat of Jamiatulbanat Almuslimat, Sambhal Road, 4 Fazeelat of Madarstul Islah, Saraimir, Azamgarh Moradabad (U.P.) 5 Alimiat of Jamiatul Falah, Bilariaganj, Azamgarh 42. Alimiat of Jamia Islamia Muzaffarnagar, Azamgarh, (U.P.) 6 Alimiat of Jamiatur Rashad, Azamgarh 43. Aali of Jamea-tul-Hidaya, Jaipur (Rajasthan) 7 Fazil of West Bengal Madrasa Education Board, Calcutta 44. Alimiat of Jamiatul Banat Al-Islamia, Abul Fazal Enclave 8 Alimiat of Bihar State Madrasa Edcaction Board, Patna – II, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi - 25 9 Alimiat of Darnl Uloom, Tajul Masajid, Bhopal (2) The Graduates of the following Madrasas, having passed 10 Alimiat of Jamia Darus Salam, Oomerabad (Tamil Nadu) the Examination in English of Senior School Certificate/ 11 Alimiat of Jamia Serajul Uloom, AI Salafiah, Jhanda Nagar, Intermediate standard from Jamia Millia Islamia or any Nepal recognized University or Board separately, may be 12 Alimiat of Jamia Islamia Kashiful Uloom, Aurangabad, admitted to B.A. (Pass/Hons.) Ist year course: Maharashtra 1 Darul Uloom, Deoband 13 Alimiat of Al-Jamiatus Salafiah (Markazi Darul Uloom), 2 Madras-i-Alia, Calcutta Reori Talab, Varanasi 3 Madrasa-i-Alia, Fatehpuri, Delhi 14 Alimiat of Jamia Syed Nazir Hussain Muhaddis, Phatak 4 Madrasa Mazahirul Uloom, Saharanpur Habash Khan, Delhi 5 Madrastul Uloom Husain Bakhsh, Delhi 15 Alimiat of Jamia Alia Arabia, Mau Nath Bhanjan, (U.P.) 6 Alimiat of Jame-ul-Uloom Furquania, Rampur, U.P. 16 Alimiat of Al-Jamiatul Islamia, Tilkhana, Sidharth Nagar, 7 Alimiat of Jamia Islamia, Sanabil, Opp. Kalindi Kunj, New Basti (U.P.) Delhi 17 Fazilat of Madrasa Riyazul Uloom, Urdu Bazar, lama 8 Alimiat of Jamiatus Salehat, Rampur, U.P. Masjid, Delhi 9 Fazil of Madrasa Aminia, Kashmiri Gate, Delhi 18 Fazilat of Jamiatus Salehat, Rampur (U.P.) 10 Alimiat of Kashafia Educational & Preaching Centre, 19 Fazilat of Jamia Islamia, Sanabil, New Delhi Banihal, Kashmir 20 Fazilat of Jamia Mohammadia, PO Box 144, Melegaon 11 Alimat of Madarsa Rizul Uloom, Jama Masjid, Delhi. (Maharashtra) 12 Almiat of Jamia Asaria, Darul Hadees, Mau Nath Bhanjan 21 Fazilat of Calcutta Madrasah College, Calcutta (U.P) 22 Fazilat of Darul Uloom Ashrafia Misbahul Uloom 13 Alim of Jamia Arabic Shamsul Uloom, Shahdara, Delhi- Mubarkpur, Azamgarh 32. 23 Alim, U.P. Board of Arabic & Persian, Allahabad, U.P. 14 Almiat/Fazilat of Jamiatul-Taiyebat, Kanpur, 24 Alimiat of Jamia Ibn Taimiya, Champaran-Pin 845312, 15 Almiat of Jamia Sirajul Uloom, Bondihar, Ganda (U.P) Bihar. 16 Almiat of AI-Jamiah-AI-Islamia,Khairul Uloom, Domaria 25 Almiat of Noorul Islam Educational Society, Niswan, Ganj, Sidharta Nagar (U.P) Lucknow. 17 Almiat of Jamiatul Banat, Gaya (Bihar) 26 Fazilat of Jamia Darus Salam Malerkotla, Punjab. 18 Fazilat of Jamia Ahsanul Banat, Moradabad (UP) 27 Alim of Tauheed Education Trust, Kishanganj, Bihar. 19. Alimiat of Jamia Mohammadia, Maligaon, Nasik, 28 Alimiah of Jamia Misbahul Uloom, Siddharth Nagar, (U. (Maharashtra) P.) 20. Fazilat of Jamia Husainia Arabia, Raigad, (Maharashtra) 29 Alim of Darul Uloom Al-Islamia, Basti (U.P.) Such other Madarsas as may be recognised by the Jamia from 30 Almiat of Darul Uloom Ahmadia Salafia, Darbhanga, Bihar. time to time. 31. Shahadatul Ikhtisas of Al-Mahadul Aali Al-Islami, (3) The graduates of the Madrass recognised by the Jamia and Hyderabad listed under item (2) above may be permitted to appear as 32. Fazilat of Al-Jamia Al-Islamia Darul-Uloom, Maunath private candidates only at the English Examination of Jamia Bhanjan (U.P.) Senior School Certificate (10+2) scheme. 33. Fazilat of Al-Madrasatul Islamia, Raghonagar, Bhavara, (4) Adib Kamil of Jamia Urdu, Aligarh, having passed English Madhubani (Bihar) of B.A. standard from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh 34. Moulavi Fazil Saqafi of Markazu Ssaquafthi Ssunniyya, or any other University separately has been recognized for Karanthur Khozhikode, Kerala. admission to the M.A. Urdu Course. 35. Alimiat of Jamia Syed Ahmad Shaheed, Malihabad, (5). SANVI Certificate of Jamiatul Hidaya, Jaipur Equivalent Lucknow (U.P.) to Sr. School Certificate (Class X) of Jamia Millia Islamia 36. Alimiat of Darul Uloom Alimia, Jamda Shahi, Basti (U.P.) for admission to XI Class in all streams and for appearing 37. Aliya of Darul Hoda Islamic Academy, Kerala in the Entrance Test of Jamia’s Diploma Engineering courses.134
  • 139. 56. IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS Extn. No.Jamia Millia Islamia EPABX Nos. 26981717 -Prof. S.M. Azizuddin Husain, Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Languages 26983578 2800Prof. Khan Masood Ahmad, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences 26985178 3500Prof. Khalil Ahmad, Dean, Faculty of Natural Sciences 26985177 3200Prof. Aejaz Masih, Dean, Faculty of Education 26981772 2100Prof. Khalid Moin, Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Technology 26985831 2200Prof. Rose Varghese, Dean, Faculty of Law 26841143 3100Prof. S.M. Akhtar, Dean, Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics 26983169 2470Prof. Ragini, Dean, Faculty of Dentistry 26983046 ---Prof. Z.A. Zargar, Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts 26983513 3700Prof. Z.H. Khan, Dean, Students Welfare 26980164 1700FACULTY OF HUMANITES & LANGUAGESProf. Farhana Siddiqui, Head, Deptt. of Arabic 26981717 2870 -2874Prof. Shyamala A. Narayan, Head, Deptt. of English 26981717 2950Prof. Abdul Bismillah, Head, Deptt. of Hindi 26989669 2930 -2933Prof. R. Gopinath, Head, Deptt. of History & Culture 26980171 2810-2812Prof. Akhtarul Wasey, Head, Deptt. of Islamic Studies 26836077 2850-2852Prof. Mohd. Iqbal, Head, Deptt. of Persian 26981717 2910Prof. Khalid Mahmood, Head, Deptt. of Urdu 2830 - 2833FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCESProf. S. K. Bhati, Head, Deptt. of Adult & Continuing Education & Extension 26843940 3650 - 3653Prof. Shahid Ashraf, Head, Deptt. of Economics 26985243 3510 - 3514Prof. Nisarul Haq, Head, Deptt. of Political Science 3530Prof. Waheeda Khan, Head, Deptt. of Psychology 26984403 3610 - 3613Prof. Sheena Jain, Head, Deptt. of Sociology 3570Prof. Zubair Meenai, Head, Deptt. of Social Work 26981270 3550 - 3553FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCESProf. Mohd. Abdul Wahab, Head, Deptt. of Physics 26981717 3210 - 3212Prof. Sharif Ahmad, Head, Deptt. of Chemistry 3250 - 3256Prof. Mohd. Hasan Shahid, Head, Deptt. of Mathematics 3350 - 3358Prof. Rocket Ibrahim, Head, Deptt. of Geography 26988384 3310Prof. Luqman Ahmad Khan, Head, Deptt. of Bioscience 3410 - 3416Dr. Khurram Mustafa, Head, Deptt. of Computer Science 26980014 3450Prof. Arif Ali, Head, Deptt. of Biotechnology 26988335 3415FACULTY OF EDUCATIONProf. Najma Amin, Head, Deptt. of Educational Studies 26981717 2110-2115Prof. Sohrab Ali, Head, IASE (Institute of Advanced Studies in Education) 26823108 2140-2142FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGYProf. Mehtab Alam, Head, Deptt. of Civil Engineering 26985227 2310 - 2315Prof. Abid Halim, Head, Deptt. of Mech. Engineering 26981259 2410 135
  • 140. Prof. A.Q. Ansari, Head, Deptt. of Electrical Engineering 26982651 2340 Prof. Syed Naseem Ahmad, Head, Deptt. of Electronics & Communication Engg 26981284 2370 Prof. S. S. Islam, Head, Deptt. of Applied Sciences & Humanities 26988846 2530-26980532 Prof. M.N. Doja, Head, Deptt. of Computer Engineering 26980281 2440 Prof. N.U. Khan, Hony. Director, University Polytechnic 26980665 2610 FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE & EKISTICS Prof. S. M. Akhtar, Head Deptt. of Architecture & Ekistics 26983169 2470 FACULTY OF FINE ARTS Prof. Sadre Alam, Head, Deptt. of Painting 26981717 3770 Mr. S. M. Shahid, Head, Deptt. of Sculpture 26981717 3810 Prof. S. G. H. Zaidi, Head, Deptt. of Applied Arts 26981717 3710 Prof. M. G. Kidwai, Head, Deptt. of Art Education 26981717 3730 Prof. Z.A. Zargar, Head, Deptt. of Graphic Art 26981717 3790 Prof. Z.A. Zargar, Offg. Head, Deptt. of Art History & Art Appreciation 26981717 3750 CENTRES Prof. Mohd. Obaid Siddiqui Director, Anwar Jamal Kidwai Mass Communication 26986812 4100 Research Centre 26986813, 26985176 4170 Prof. Shri Prakash, Director, Maulana Mohammed Ali `Jauhar Academy of Third World Studies 26844438, 26331327 4300 Prof. U.M. Amin, Hony. Director, Centre for Management Studies 26985579 3450-4351 Prof. M. Ejaz Hussain, Director, Centre for Physiotheraphy & Rehabilitation Sciences 26981717 3412 Prof. Faizan Ahmad, Director, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Basic Sciences 26981717 4490-4492 Prof. Tasneem Meenai, Hony. Director, N.M. Centre for Peace & Conflict Resolution 26985473 4360 Prof. Madhu Khanna, Director, Centre for the Study for Comparative Religions & Civilisations 26981717 4410 Prof. Azra Razzack, Director, Dr. K.R. Centre for Dalit & Minorities Studies 26981717 4370-4373 Dr. Javed Ahmad Khan, Hony. Director, Centre for West Asian Studies 26983292 4420-4422 Prof. Sonya Surbhi Gupta, Director, Centre for Spanish & Latin American Studies 26981717 4400, 4403 Prof. Shakti Kak, Director, Centre for Jawaharlal Nehru Studies 26935306 4380, 4382 Prof. Biswajit Das, Director, Centre for Culture, Media & Governance 26933810 4500 Prof. Masood Alam, Proctor 26981717 1800, 1802 Dr. Ameena K Ansari, Foreign Students Advisor 26981717 2959, 1760 Mr. I.U. Khan, Dy. Registrar (Admn.) 26982783 1120, 1123 Dr. Simi Malhotra, Offg. Media Coordinator 26980090 1050, 1051 Mr. Zafar Nawaz Hashmi, Secretary to Vice-Chancellor 26984650 1001 Mr. Aftab Ahmad, Asstt. Registrar (Academic & Council Branch), Registrars Office) 26985179 1150136

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