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Ordinances1 (I) Faculties and Department of Studies 3
2 (II) Powers & Privileges of the Deans of Faculties 5.4.1999 6
3 (III) Powers and Functions of the Board of Studies 5.4.1999 7
4 (IV) Heads of the Departments of studies-Powers and Functions 8.4.2009 more… 8
5 (V) Admission and enrollment of students 03.10.2017 more… 10
6 (VI) Reservation of seats and other special provision for admission 01.05.2017 more… 18
7 (VII) Programmes/Courses of Study 28.04.2017 more… 22
8 (VIII) Degree of Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.) 05.01.2015 more… 57
9 (IX) The Degree of Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) /Doctor of
Philosophy (Ph.D) 13.10.2017 more… 68
R-9 (R-IX) Regulation: The Degree of Master of Philosophy
(M.Phil.)/Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) 13.10.2017 more… 106
10 (X) Degree of Doctor of Literature/Doctor of Science 5.4.1999 113
11 (XI) Medium of Instruction and Examination 115
12 (XII) Admission Committees 06.01.2015 more… 116
13 (XIII) Hall of Residence 5.4.1999 120
14 (XIV) Students Discipline 02.05.2017 more… 115
15 (XV) The University Examinations 7.11.2017 more… 126
15-A (XV-A) University Examinations in Postgraduate Programmes under
Credit-based Semester System
26.08.2016 more… 145
Credit-based Semester System
20.12.2017 more… 155
Statutory Bodies
15-D (XV-D) University Examinations for Programmes in the Distance
Learning Mode
Physiotherapy Programmes
Aeronautics at the Flying Instructors’ School of the Indian Air
Force, Tambaram, Chennai
23.12.2016 more .. 196
15-F (XV-F) The University Examinations for Private Candidates 12.01.2015 more… 200
16 (XVI) Examination Committee 28.9.2012 more… 203
17 (XVII) Moderation Committee 5.4.1999 204
18 (XVIII) Committee of Equivalence Examinations 5.4.1999 205
19 (XIX) The University Library Committee 5.4.1999 206
20 (XX) Games & Sports Committee 5.4.1999 207
21 (XXI) The Dean Students Welfare Powers & Functions 5.4.1999 208
22 (XXII) The Chief Proctor 4.4.2013 more… 209
23 (XXIII) Academic Staff 5.4.1999 211
24 (XXIV) Temporary Appointments of Teachers 5.4.1999 212
25 (XXV) Seniority of Teaching Staff 5.4.1999 213
26 (XXVI) Re-employment of Teachers 17.08.2016 more… 214
27 (XXVII) Professor Emeritus 31.5.1999 216
28 (XXVIII) Honorary Professor 5.4.1999 218
29 (XXIX) Visiting Professor 5.4.1999 219
29 (XXIX) (A) Chair Professor 2.1.2012 more… 219
30 (XXX) Research Projects & Other Projects 5.4.1999 220
31 (XXXI) Fellowships, Scholarships and Gold Medals for Students 09.11.2017 more… 222
32 (XXXII) Convocation 5.4.1999 230
33 (XXXIII) Methods of Election of Members for the Majlis-I-Talimi
(Academic Council) 5.4.1999 238
35 (XXXV) Attendance 26.8.2016 more… 263
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36 (XXXVI) Rules for Transitional Students of Postgraduate/
Undergraduate Programmes
1. Faculties:
(i) The Faculty of Humanities and Languages;
(ii) The Faculty of Social Sciences;
(iii) The Faculty of Natural Sciences;
(iv) The Faculty of Education;
(v) The Faculty of Engineering and Technology;
(vi) The Faculty of Law;
(vii) The Faculty of Architecture and Ekistics;
(viii) The Faculty of Fine Arts;
(ix) The Faculty of Dentistry; and
(x) Such other Faculties as may be prescribed by the Statute.
2. Department of Studies:
(i) The Faculty of Humanities and Languages shall consist of the following
Departments of Studies, namely:
2. Department of Urdu;
4. Department of Arabic;
5. Department of Persian;
6. Department of Hindi;
7. Department of English
8. Such other Departments as may be created and assigned to it from time to
time.
(ii) The Faculty of Social Sciences shall consist of the following Departments of
Studies, namely:
(4) Department of Sociology;
(5) Department of Psychology;
(7) Department of Adult and Continuing Education and Extension; and
(8) Such other Departments as may be created and assigned to it from time to
time.
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(iii) The Faculty of Natural Sciences shall consist of the following Departments of
Studies, namely:
(6) Department of Computer science;
(7) Department of Biotechnology; and
(8) Such other Departments as may be created and assigned to it from time to
time.
(iv) The Faculty of Education shall consist of the following Departments of Studies;
namely:
(2) Department of Teacher Training and Non-Formal Education (Institute of
Advanced Studies in Education); and
(3) Such other Departments as may be created and assigned to it from time to
time.
(v) The Faculty of Engineering and Technology shall consist of the following
departments and University Polytechnic.
(a) Department of Studies
(4) Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering;
(5) Department of Computer Engineering;
(6) Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities; and
(7) such other Departments as may be created and assigned to it from
time to time.
(b) University Polytechnic.
(vi) The Faculty of Law shall consist of a Department of Law and such other
Departments, as may be created and assigned to it from time to time.
(vii) Faculty of Architecture and Ekistics shall consist of a Department of Architecture
and such other Departments, as may be created and assigned to it from time to
time.
(viii) Faculty of Fine Arts shall consist of the following Departments of Studies,
namely:
(5) Department of Art History & Art Appreciation
(6) Department of Graphic Art
(ix) Faculty of Dentistry shall consist of such other Departments, as may be created
and assigned to it from time to time
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1. The Dean of the Faculty shall:
(1) 'be entitled to such allowances and amenities as the Majlis-i- Muntazimah
(Executive Council) may approve from time to time;
(2) operate the Budget of the Faculty;
(3) be responsible for the records, furniture and equipment under him;
(4) be empowered to remove the name from the rolls and readmit a student in the
Faculty concerned;
(5) be empowered to withhold the Hall Ticket of student of the Faculty for valid
reasons; and
(6) exercise such other powers and perfom such other functions, as may be delegated
or assigned to him by the Shaikhul Jamia (Vice- Chancellor) or the Majlis-i-
Muntazimah (Executive Council).
1. The Board of Studies shall:
1. organise instruction and research in the subject under the general supervision of
the Faculty and the Majlis-i-Talimi (Academic Council);
2. consider and make recommendation to the Faculty and the Majlis-i-Talimi
(Academic Council) on any academic matter pertaining to its sphere of work, as
may appear to it necessary or on any matter referred to it by the Faculty, or the
Majlis-i- Talimi (Academic Council);
3. recommend introduction, alteration and modification of courses in the subject:
4. recommend creation, abolition and upgrading of teaching and research posts in
the Department in accordance with its needs;
5. organise Lectures, Seminars, Symposia, etc. from time to time,;
6. appoint examiners and moderators for all courses conducted by the Department.
7. consider applications for admission to the Ph.D. Programme in the Department;
8. consider and recommend research schemes;
9. appoint research supervisors;
10. consider applications of bonafide research scholars for grant of exemption from
residence at Delhi and for permission to reside outside Delhi for the purpose of. "
collecting material for thesis.
11. consider to constitute its Sub-committee{s) if required.
A Sub-Committee may be constituted by the Board of Studies to discharge the duties in
any specified area. It shall consist of the following members, namely:
(1) The Head of the Department or his Nominee –(Convener);
(2) Three teachers from the Department, and
(3) Two persons to be co-opted by the Sub-Committee for their special knowledge,
whenever necessary.
2. The quorum for the meeting of the Sub-Committee shall be three.
3. The Sub-Committee shall stand dissolved after it had completed the work assigned to it.
4. The Sub-Committee shall perform such function, as may be assigned to it by the Board
of Studies.
Notification No. JMI/R.O./L&Ord./09, dated : 8.4.2009
Ordinance 4 (IV)
HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS OF STUDIES -POWERS & FUNCTIONS
1. Appointment of the Head of the Department of Studies: (E.C. Res. No. 10, Dated
12.09.2006)
1. Each department of studies shall have a Head who shall be a Professor, provided
that if there is more than one Professor, the Head of the Department shall be
appointed by the Vice-Chancellor by observing the principle of rotation from
amongst the Professors according to seniority for a period of three years.
2. Notwithstanding anything contained in Clause 1, if for any reason it has not been
possible to appoint a person as Head of the Department who is senior to the
person(s) who has already served or is serving as Head of the Department, it shall
be open to the Vice-Chancellor to appoint that person as Head of the Department
whenever a vacancy next occurs if he can otherwise be so appointed.
3. However, if there is no Professor in a ‘Department’, a Reader may be appointed
as Head of the Department, and if there are more than one Reader, the Head of
the Department will be appointed by rotation according to seniority from amongst
the Readers for a period of three years.
Provided that in the absence of Professor(s) or Reader(s) in a Department, the
concerned Dean of the Faculty shall discharge the duties of the Head of the
Department.
4. The Head of the Department shall hold the office for a period of three years or till
attaining the age of 65 years, whichever is earlier.
5. Where the Head of the Department is unable to perform his/her duties owing to
illness, absence or any other reason/cause, the next Professor/Reader (as the case
may be) in the rotational cycle shall officiate as Head of the Department.
Provided that officiating discharge of duties as Head of the Department shall not
prejudice his/her tenure of Headship in a rotational cycle in any manner
whatsoever.
2. Powers and Functions of the Head of the Department :
The Head of the Department shall:
(1) be the academic head of the Department and shall convene and preside over the
meetings of the Department and the Board of Studies;
(2) maintain discipline in the Classroom and Laboratories through teachers of the
Department;
(3) assign to the teachers in the Department such duties as may be necessary for the
proper functioning of the Department;
(4) be responsible for the coordination and supervision of teaching and research in
the Department;
(5) recommend leave application of the members and other staff of the Department to
the Dean of the Faculty according to the rules framed for the purpose;
(6) be responsible for the records, equipment and furniture of the Department and the
books of the Departmental Library;
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(7) operate the Budget of the Department; and
(8) have such other powers and perform such other functions, as may be assigned to
him by the Majlis-i-Ta1imi (Academic Council) the Faculty Committee or the
Dean of the Faculty concerned.
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Notification F.No.AC-10(2)/RO/2017, dated: 03.10.2017
ADMISSION AND ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS
Admission and Emollment of students in the University shall be regulated in the manner
hereinafter provided:
Qualifications for Admission
1.1 Unless otherwise provided, no person shall be eligible for admission to the under-
graduate courses in the University (except Polytechnic and the Schools), unless
he/she has passed the Senior School Certificate Examination of this University or
Intermediate Examination of an Indian University or Board, or an Examination
recognised as equivalent to either of these Examinations by the Majlis-i- Talimi
(Academic Council) from time to time as incorporated in Annexure I-A and
possesses such further qualifications as may be prescribed by the Ordinances.
Save otherwise provided no person shall be qualified for admission to the under-
graduate courses of the University, unless he/she has completed seventeen years
of age on the first day of October in the year in which he/she seeks admission.
Provided further that the Shaikhul Jamia (Vice-Chancellor) may on the basis of
indi vidual merits, relax the age limit upto a maximum period of one year.
1.2 No person shall be admitted to any post-graduate course, unless he/she has passed
a degree examination of a recognised University or an examination recognised as
equivalent to a degree by the Majlis-i- Talimi (Academic Council) as
incorporated in Annexure I-A.
Provided that no person shall be eligible for admission to any post-graduate
course of the University unless he/she has passed a three-year degree course after
Senior School Certificate (10+2) Course.
In case of admission to the First Year of the post-graduate courses including
B.Ed., and B.Lib.I.Sc. Courses twenty years of age on the first day of October in
the year in which he/she seeks admission.
Provided further that the Shaikhul Jamia (Vice-Chancellor) may on the basis of
individual merits, relax the age limit upto a maximum period of one year.
1.3 The candidates seeking admission to a course of study in the University must
fulfill the conditions prescribed for it by the Majlis-i- Talimi (Academic Council)
and published in the prospectus from time to time.
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1.4 The maximum number of seats in each course shall be determined by the Majlis-
i- Talimi (Academic Council) from time to time.
2. Provision for Admission
2.1 No candidate shall be entitled to claim admission as a matter of right.
2.2 The procedure of admission shall be approved by the Majlis- i- Talimi (Academic
Council) from time to time and shall be published in the prospectus.
2.3 Save otherwise provided all the admissions to under-graduate and post-graduate
courses shall be made by an Admission Committee constituted for the said
purpose on the basis of merit in each category determined by the aggregate of
marks in the manner prescribed by the Majlis-i- Talimi (Academic Council).
2.4 (i) Admission to each programme/course of study will be on the basis of
marks obtained in the Written Test followed by Interview, wherever
applicable.
(ii) The Written Test will be ‘objective’ in nature with multiple choice
questions, but in some programmes/courses, there will also be written test
of ‘descriptive’ nature.
(iii) The specific details about the Written Test and applicability of Interview
for admission to each programme/course of study will decided by the
Academic Council and published in the Prospectus.
(iv) Unless and otherwise specified, in all objective type written tests, there will
be negative marking with a weightage of 0.25 marks for each wrong
answer.
Provided that in B.Arch. and BDS programmes there will be no negative
marking.
2.5 At the time of admission, every student shall be required to sign a declaration to
the effect that he/she submits himself to the disciplinary jurisdiction of the
Shaikhul-Jamia (Vice- Chancellor) and other authorities of the University.
3. Restrictions for admission on certain grounds
(i) No student shall be admitted in two regular courses.
(ii) Unless otherwise provided, a student may join part-time courses provided he/she
fulfills the eligibility requirements as per procedure laid down for the purpose.
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(iii) After passing the Diploma in Engineering, a student shall not be considered for
admission to any course except B.Tech., B.E. or any other course of the same
faculty subject to other terms and conditions.
(iv) After passing B. Tech/B.E. Examination a student shall not be considered for
admission to any other regular course except M.Sc. Electronics, M.A. in Mass
Communication M.B.A./M. Tech. subject to eligibility of the concerned course.
(v) No candidate shall be allowed admission in two or more degree-level
programmes in the University concurrently.
Provided that a candidate pursuing a degree programme in the University
may be permitted to take admission in a part-time Certificate/ Diploma/
Advanced Diploma course OR in a programme/course under the ‘distance
learning mode’ approved by the UGC.
Provided further that the candidate shall have to obtain prior permission
of the University for taking admission in the additional programme under
the ‘distance mode’.
(vi) A candidate who has completed a Postgraduate/ Undergraduate/ Diploma/
Certificate programme/course shall not be allowed to be admitted again in the
same programme/course in the same discipline.
(vii) Anyone who has been suspended, rusticated, debarred, expelled etc. by a
competent authority of the University shall be prohibited from claiming
admission in any course whatsoever.
(viii) Admission to any course of the Jamia can be cancelled, at any time, if any
information furnished by the candidate is found to be false/incorrect.
(ix) A candidate who has taken admission to any course as a full time regular student
will forfeit his/her right as an ex-student in the Jamia and will not be allowed to
appear at any Examination of the Jamia as an ex-student, except in the case of
improvement.
4. Admission Review Committee
4.1 The case of a candidate seeking admission to a regular course other than research
and part-time courses in languages, who has given up his/her studies for three or
more academic years after passing a Degree/ Diploma/Ccrtificate Examinations
may be considered for admission by the Admission Review Committee.
4.2 The decision of the Admission Review Committee on reference by the respective
Admission Committee shall be final and binding.
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4.3 The Admission Review Committee shall consist of the following members:
(1) Shaikhul-Jamia (Vice-Chancellor) –Chairman
(2) Naib Shaikhul-Jamia (PVC)
(4) Dean Students' Welfare
(6) Proctor (Convenor)
5. Re-admission
5.1 A A student of the 1st Year/1st Semester of any course who is detained due to
shortage of attendance will no longer remain a student of the University. Such a
student will have to seek re-admission.
If a student of 1st Year/1st Semester of any course who fails in the
Annual/Semester-end Examination or who could not take the examination for
reasons other than shortage of attendance may be allowed to appear as an Ex-
Student in the consecutive Annual/1st Semester-end Examination.
5.2 A student of other than 1st Year/1st Semester, who has not taken the examination
due to shortage of attendance, may be given re-admission in the said class of that
course in the next consecutive Year/Semester. In case, the student fails to fulfill
the requirement of attendance after being given re-admission, his/her admission
shall stand cancelled.
6. Enrollment of Students
6.1 No person shall be admitted to any Examination of the University, unless he/she
has been duly enrolled as a student of the University.
6.2 The Enrollment Fee shall be paid only once irrespective of the number of times
the candidate appears at the Examinations of the University or whether he/she
appears as a Regular Student or as an Ex-Student or as a Private Candidate.
6.3 If a student takes a Migration Certificate to join another University, his/her
enrollment to the University shall lapse until such time as he/she may
subsequently return with a Migration Certificate from that University to take
some other Examination of this University. Fresh enrollment and Enrollment Fee
in such cases shall be necessary.
6.4 Inter-University migration shall not be permitted.
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6.5 The application for enrollment together with the Enrollment Fee and the
Migration Certificate from the University/ Institution concerned, wherever
required, shall be submitted by the Regular Students through the Dean of the
Faculty or Head of the Institution/Centre/School concerned, so as to reach the
Controller of Examinations by October 31. In case of a Private candidate,
application shall be submitted directly to the Controller of Examinations or
through an Officer designated for the purpose by the October 1. Candidates, who
are enrolled after the dates fixed and not later than December 31 under this
Ordinance on account of late submission of the application or the fee or both or
for want of a Migration Certificate shall be required to pay a further fee in each
case, as prescribed provided he/she has been permitted by the competent
authority .
6.6 The Controller of Examinations shall maintain a Register of all enrolled students
studying in the various Faculties or Institutions or Schools (except Nursery
School) for University/Board/School Examinations or carrying on research work
in the University.
In the said register the Controller of Examinations shall be required to incorporate
all material detail regarding the student including the date of admission and
leaving the institution and details about various examination of degree/ diploma/
certificate awarded to him/her.
6.7 The student shall be informed, on enrollment, the number under which his/her
name has been entered in the Register and that number be quoted…