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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Making a Case for Students Union at Jamia Millia Islamia

Jamia Students Union

I write this article with the hope to break the stereotypes associated with Students Union (SU) at Jamia Millia Islamia; the university I have graduated from. Stereotypes among the professors who may consider the students union as a platform which may be used by the unruly students to bully the administration and its staff.  Stereotypes among the students who may ...

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Alumni Call for Formal Syllabus to Instill into Students the Idea of Jamia

[Jamia Millia Islamia Alumni Association - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia panel discussion on the approach of Jamia’s founders towards the all-round development of Jamiaites; July 23, 2015 (Photo via JMIAA-Riyadh)]

The Riyadh chapter of Jamia Millia Islamia Alumni Association held a panel discussion on the approach of Jamia’s founders towards the all-round development of Jamiaites, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on July 23, 2015. In the process of the transformation of Jamia from a humble beginning to a leading central university (playing multifaceted roles, and also having the uniqueness of having ...

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Jamia Alumni Riyadh Chapter Celebrates 94th Jamia Foundation Day

JMIAA-Riyadh President, Mr. Ghizal Mahdi presenting a memento of appreciation to Vice Chancellor Prof. Talat Ahmad for his outstanding services to Jamia Millia Islamia, at an event held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Dec. 12, 2014 (Photo Courtesy JMIAA-Riyadh Chapter).

[Report and photos courtesy Ghizal Mahdi, President, Jamia Millia Islamia Alumni Association, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia] Jamia Millia Islamia Alumni Association Riyadh Chapter, commemorated the Foundation Day of their University at gala event held in Riyadh, [Saudi Arabia on Dec. 12, 2014]. Aside from an impressive panel of guests, the vast numbers of alumni and their friends and family participated in ...

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Jamia Alumni in U.S. Offer Assistance to Students Considering to Study in the U.S.

Speaking on behalf of the newly formed Jamia Millia Islamia Alumni Association – U.S. chapter (JMIAA-US), Tauheed Khan, a member of JMIAA-US and a current resident of Ohio, informed Jamia Journal in an email that Jamia alumni residing in the U.S. have this year formed a JMIAA-US chapter and have already conducted two alumni meet in two different regions of ...

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Jamia Millia Islamia Alumni Annual Meet – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

[Following is a press release from JMIAA, Riyadh Chapter, dated April 11, 2014] Jamia Millia Islamia Alumni Association (JMIAA), Riyadh Chapter organized its 7th annual meet “A Jamia Campus across the Sea”, a term coined in 2008 by Mr. Ghizal Mahdi, founding member and current President of the association. The meet had two main attractions – Painting Competition for school ...

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Introducing: Jamia International Foundation

The purpose to form Jamia International Foundation (JIF) is to provide a platform where Jamia Millia Islamia Alumni, current students of Jamia and Friends of Jamia around the world can stay in touch with each other. After graduating from Jamia, everyone gets busy in their day to day life and hardly gets much chance to be socially linked with the ...

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The Other-land

Gulistan-e-Ghalib - Kamran Akhtar - Sept 2014 - Jamia Journal

If there is one thing that going to the Mass Communication Research Centre at Jamia Millia Islamia taught me, it was to take myself seriously. There was no choice. Everybody else did. To reach MCRC, one had to enter one of Delhi’s great Muslim ghettos. Yes, of course it is politically incorrect to call it that, but it is really ...

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