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NM-CPCR Students Go On a Field Trip to Jharkand

11 March 2016: In the first week of March, postgraduate students from Nelson Mandela Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (NM-CPCR), JMI undertook a field trip to Ranchi to study the phenomenon of Naxalism in Jharkhand. Under the guidance of Prof. Sujit Dutta, a faculty member in NM-CPCR, the national workshop at Ranchi University saw the participation of anthropologists, IPS ...

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Fenestration 2016: Faculty of Architecture Annual Festival

The Subject Association, Department of Architecture, Jamia Millia Islamia, celebrated its Annual Fest, Fenestration, from 3rd to 5th  March, 2016. The first day of the fest was celebrated as the “Habib Rahman Memorial lecture series”, Habib Rehman being one of the great visionaries of India who laid the foundation of the architectural vocabulary of independent India, by playing a pivotal ...

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“Universities Should Implement the Saksham Guidelines”: Eminent Scholar Mary E. John

Mary E. John, speaking on the topic "Gender and Democratization of Higher Education” at Jamia Millia Islamia; Feb. 23, 2016

Speaking on “Gender and Democratization of Higher Education” eminent feminist scholar Mary E. John emphasized on the implementation of the Saksham Committee Guidelines by all universities. “The University Grants Commission (UGC) has sent a letter to all the universities asking them to implement the Saksham Guidelines and the universities should be adopting them” said the Senior Fellow at Centre of ...

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Do the Residents of Jamia Girls Hostel Not Even Deserve Elected Hostel Committees?

While Jamia Millia Islamia has started the practice of holding democratic elections for mess and cultural committees in the boys hostel once again, the administration, however, has chosen to discriminate against the residents of the girls hostel and unabashedly decided to not hold any elections for the same committees in the girls hostel. The practice of conducting elections for mess ...

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Faculty of Law Conducts Workshop on Legal Awareness on Women Related Laws

Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia in collaboration with National Commission for Women had organised a two day National Legal Awareness Programme on the 10th and 11th of October, 2015 at the Municipal Corporation School located in Batla House, New Delhi. During the Legal Awareness Programme, quite a number of women from adjoining localities participated in the aforementioned programme overwhelmingly. ...

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Jamia to Review Hostel Policies for Gender Equality; Hostellers Hopeful


According to a news article published in the Indian Express, dated Sept. 19, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) has informed the Delhi Women’s Commission (DCW) in a letter that: “Jamia Millia Islamia is in the process of revisiting the extant guidelines in various respects to uphold gender equity on the campus.” Jamia’s letter to the DCW was in response to a ...

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Jamia Electronics Alumni Association Conducts 2nd Alumni Meet

Vice-Chancellor Prof. Talat Ahmad speaking at the Electronics Alumni Meet 2015 held at F/o Engg. Auditorium, JMI; Sept. 13, 2015 (Photo courtesy EAA-JMI)

Electronics Alumni Association-JMI organized their second alumni meet on Sept. 13, 2015 in Engineering auditorium, Jamia Millia Islamia. The auditorium was packed with a crowd of more than 300 including 15 entrepreneur alumni and more than 100 alumni who hold respectful positions in government sectors and multinational companies. The second alumni meet began with a recitation from the Holy Quran. This ...

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Be Kind to Dogs, and Students

Cruelty to animals is a serious offense. There can be no justification for hurting a defenseless animal just because its presence in your surrounding annoys you. Therefore, we are happy to see this attached notice issued by the Registrar’s office, which was spotted on the notice board of Department of English recently, basically telling students to be kind to dogs ...

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