Syed Aaqib Mujtaba

Syed Aaqib Mujtaba (class of 2014) is a Special Correspondent for Jamia Journal, and a postgraduate student in the Department of Commerce and Business Studies. He can be reached via email at: syedaaqib[at]hotmail.com

Debating Club Conducts Trilingual Debate on Capital Punishment for Rape

Participant for the BOL Trilingual Debate Competition held at the Ansari Auditorium; Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013 (Photo: Courtesy Debating Club, JMI)

BOL – The Debating Club of Jamia cultural Committee, Jamia Millia Islamia organised an Intra University Tri-lingual debate competition on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 held at the Dr. M.A. Ansari Auditorium, JMI. The topic for the debate was: “Death Sentence to Rapists is Neither Just nor Right.” The participants had to either speak against or for the motion. The competition ...

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Bombay Stock Exchange Officials Conduct Workshop on Financial Markets

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The Department Of Commerce and Business Studies, in association with the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), organised a workshop on “Empowering Investors Through education,” on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 The idea behind conducting the workshop was to create an awareness and understanding of financial markets among the students. The presentation was given by Mr. Harbinder Singh Sokhi, Manager, BSE, Delhi Registered ...

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ICICI Trinity Programme on Innovation and Entrepreneurship Launched at Jamia

Prof. Tasneem Meenai lighting the ceremonial lamp for the ICICI Trinity programme launch at FTK-CIT, JMI (Photo: Mohammed Osama)

The University Placement Cell and Entrepreneurship Club of Jamia Millia Islamia organized a Launch Ceremony of ICICI Trinity Programme on Innovation and Entrepreneurship on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at FTK-Centre for Information Technology. About ICICI Trinity Programme: This programme seeks to identify ideas, evaluate, groom, nurture and help turn them into successful business ventures. Apart from funding, the programme provides an ...

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Dept. of Commerce and Business Studies Release Placement e-Brochure

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The Department Of Commerce and Business Studies formally released their department Placement e-Brochure at the Edward Said Hall on Thursday, March 21, 2013. The launch was for the digital or electronic brochure to promote the placement activities for the final year graduate and postgraduate students in Department Of Commerce and Business Studies. [Link to Brochure] The program began with the ...

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Jamia Students Protest Against Hostel Fee Hike

Students walking to the provost office on campus in protest; Friday, Aug. 5, 2011 (Photo: Aaqib Mujtaba)

Jamia boys hostel residents took out a rally on Friday, August 5, 2011, to protest against the increase in hostel fee and mess charges. The march, which constituted about 100 students, started at 2:30 p.m. from the Hall Of Boys Residence (Boys Hostels). Protesting students walked towards the south campus, past the Indian Bank, through the Ansari Auditorium lawns, and ...

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A Mega Blood Donation Drive at Jamia

Blood donation drive on campus; Feb. 24, 2011 (JJ Photo/Aaqib Mujtaba)

The National Service Scheme (NSS) at Jamia organized a mega blood donation drive on campus on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011. Camps were set up at three locations on campus: one was at the Gulistan-e-Ghalib ground, second was at the Faculty of Engineering & Technology, and third was at the Center for Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Sciences. The blood donation drive was ...

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Ecofest 2011: Dept. of Economics Holds its Annual Dept. Festival

Ecofest 2011; Feb. 21-22, 2011 (JJ Photo/Aaqib Mujtaba)

The department of Economics held its annual department-wide festival dubbed “Tulyabharatha,” on Feb. 21 and 22, 2011. Ecofest began with a welcome address by Dr. B. Srinivas, a professor in the department of Economics and student advisor. The inaugural speech was presented by Dr. Shahid Ashraf, head of the department and the Pro-Vice-Chancellor S.M. Rashid. This was followed by a ...

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