New Delhi: Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), a central university based in New Delhi, has invited applications from eligible students for various courses under post graduate, under graduate, diploma and certificates degree programmes. The closing date for submission of online application is 3 March 2017. For these programmes, the university will conduct admission entrance test for all its programmes in April- May 2017.
The entrance test for admission to various courses will be held in seven cities in India: Calicut, Lucknow, Delhi, Patna, Guwhati, Srinagar, and Kolkata. The candidates should use the online form available at JMI’s Admission Portal: www.jmicoe.in for admission to various programmes.
The major course admission has been sought are as followed:
BA (Hons) (Economics)
MCom (Business Management)
BA (Hons) (English)
BA/BSc Hons (Geography)
MA (Political Science)
B A(Hons) (Political Science)
BA LLB (Self-financed)
BSc (Hons)(App lMaths)
Bachelor of Physiotheraphy (B.P.T)
B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)
M.A.(Human Resource Management)
B.A. (Hons) (Sociology)
B.A. (Hons) (History)
Diploma in Engineering
M.Sc (Chemistry: Materials/Organic/Inorganic/Physical)
MBA(International Business) (Self-financed)
M.Tech (Mechanical-Thermal/Production/Machine Design)
M.Tech (Computer Engg)
M.Tech (Electronics & Communication)
These are only key courses offered by JMI university. For detailed degree courses, the interested candidates should refer the official admission prospectus of JMI 2017-18, which is available on the official website of the university: http://jmi.ac.in , www.jmicoe.in .
For eligibility criteria for various courses under UG, PG, PG Diploma, Diploma and Certificate programmes, how to apply and other details, the interested candidates should refer the official admission prospectus 2017-18 of JMI, which is available on the official website of the university: http://jmi.ac.in , www.jmicoe.in .
The University has informed that it will separately notify for admission to MPhil/ PhD Programs, in March-April 2017.
The university last year admitted almost 17,000 of students admitted in various programmes excluding 3,490 school students. Out of these, 261 are foreign students.