Jamia Millia Islamia announced on Wednesday that it would hold written tests for admission to undergraduate and graduate courses.
The university was considering merit admission this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, at Tuesday’s Executive Council (EC) meeting, she decided to hold admission tests for admission.
The EC has also stated that the results of the last semester / year of various programs will be announced by the university as early as possible.
JMI conducted the final exams of every faculty, with the exception of the Faculty of Dentistry (FoD) and the Center for Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences (CPRS), June 5-20 as the university waited for guidelines from their respective governing bodies.
In view of the current COVID-19 situation, students are allowed to deposit the tuition and school fees in two installments.
However, the students must deposit the total fee before the admission card for the annual / semester / board examination is issued.
The European Commission has also approved the proposal and final structure of an Integrated Jamia Library System (IJLS), which will convert all 34 libraries of JMI faculties and centers into one IJLS, the university added.