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    PROSPECTUS 2010-2011 iii

    Para No. Particulars Page No.

    1. Jamia Millia Islamia ................................................................................................. 12. Of cers of Jamia ..................................................................................................... 2

    3. General Guidelines ................................................................................................... 3Courses offered by the University ............................................................................ 4

    4. Guidelines for Admission ....................................................................................... 11

    5. Rules Relating to Admission .................................................................................. 14

    6. Reservation of Seats ............................................................................................... 15

    7. Special Provisions for Admission .......................................................................... 16

    8. Identity Card ........................................................................................................... 17

    9. Hostel Accommodation .......................................................................................... 17

    10. Attendance .............................................................................................................. 1711. Students Discipline ................................................................................................. 18

    12. Dr. Zakir Husain Library ........................................................................................ 20

    13. Financial Support System ....................................................................................... 20

    14. General Rules Regarding Fees and Accounts ........................................................ 20

    15. Admission of Foreign Students/ NRIs/ ICCR Sponsored Candidates ....................22

    16. Faculty of Humanities and Languages ................................................................... 27

    17. Faculty of Social Sciences ...................................................................................... 31

    18. Faculty of Natural Sciences .................................................................................... 35

    19. Faculty of Education ............................................................................................. 38

    20 Faculty of Engineering & Technology ................................................................... 46

    21. Faculty of Law ....................................................................................................... 59

    22. Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics ......................................................................... 62

    23. Faculty of Fine Arts ................................................................................................ 67

    24. Faculty of Dentistry ................................................................................................ 69

    25. Anwar Jamal Kidwai Mass Communication Research Centre ............................... 72

    26. Maulana Mohammed Ali Jauhar Academy of Third World Studies ................... 76

    27. Centre for Management Studies ............................................................................. 78

    28. Centre for Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Sciences ............................................. 80

    29. Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Basic Sciences ........................................ 8130. N. M. Centre for Peace & Con ict Resolution ...................................................... 81

    31. Centre for the Study of Comparative Religions & Civilisations ............................ 81

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    32. Dr. K. R. N. Centre for Dalit & Minorities Studies ............................................... 82

    33. Centre for European & Latin American Studies .................................................... 83

    34. Centre for West Asian Studies ............................................................................... 83

    35. Centre for Jawaharlal Nehru Studies ...................................................................... 8436. Centre for Culture, Media & Governance .............................................................. 84

    37. India Arab Cultural Centre ..................................................................................... 84

    38. F. T. K. Centre for Information Technology ......................................................... 85

    39. Centre for Theoretical Physics ............................................................................... 85

    40. A. S. Centre for Distance & Open Learning .......................................................... 86

    41. Jamias Premchand Archives & Literary Centre ................................................... 86

    42. Sarojini Naidu Centre for Womens Studies ........................................................... 87

    43. Dr. Zakir Husain Institute of Islamic Studies ......................................................... 8744. Barkat Ali Firaq State Resource Centre ................................................................. 87

    45. Academic Staff College ......................................................................................... 87

    46. Zakir Husain Studies Centre .................................................................................. 88

    47. Gandhian Studies Centre ........................................................................................ 88

    48. Academy of Professional Development of Urdu Medium Teachers ..................... 88

    49. Centre for Coaching & Career Planning ................................................................ 88

    50. University Placement Cell ...................................................................................... 89

    51. Jamia Schools ......................................................................................................... 8952. Fee-Structure of all Courses of the University ....................................................... 90

    53. Admission Schedule of Courses offered by the University ................................. 113

    54. Recognized Courses of Arabic Madarsas / Institutions ...................................... 126

    55. Important Telephone numbers of Deans/HoDs/Directors of the Centres ........... 127

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    PROSPECTUS 2010-2011 1

    1. JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA

    Jamia was established in 1920 by a group of nationalistMuslim intelligentsia at Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh). Itscampus shifted from Aligarh to Delhi in 1925 and thefoundation stone of the present campus was laid on 1March 1930. Since then, the university has expandedand become known as a premier educational institutionof the country. Recognising its contributions in the eldof teaching, research and extension work, the UniversityGrants Commission (UGC) bestowed the deemeduniversity status to it in 1962, and it was designated aCentral University in 1988. The journey from Aligarhto Okhla, not only presents the physical expansion of Jamia, but also presents a lesson for those who wantto build educational institutions for the nation. It istherefore not surprising that Rabindranath Tagore oncecalled the University one of the most progressiveeducational institutions of the country.

    Jamia and the Nationalist Alternative

    Jamia was conceived as the National Muslim Universityin October 1920 on the campus of the MohammedanAnglo-Oriental College set up by Sir Syed AhmedKhan at Aligarh. Since its inception in 1892, the AligarhCollege had produced an elite and middle class leadershipthat was actively involved with the nationalist movementin one manner or the other. The landed gentry connectedwith the Aligarh College had helped to form the All IndiaMuslim League in 1906. At the same time, the educated

    and secular Muslim intelligentsia from the collegewas associated with the khilafat and non-cooperationmovements led by Gandhiji and whose main plank of political mobilisation was Hindu-Muslim unity. Thechanging character of the nationalist movement in theGandhian leadership had its impact on those connectedwith the Aligarh College. The syndicate of the collegeproclaimed that it had been founded to turn out worthyand useful subjects of the British Crown. In contrast,freedom ghters like, Mohammed Ali (the khilafat leaderand the rst vice-chancellor) and Hakim Ajmal Khanwanted to build an educational institution which wouldserve to inculcate both, modern education and nationalistideals in students from all communities, particularly theMuslims. They also actively opposed the two nationtheory propagated by the Muslim League. This standbrought about a split between the Muslim intelligentsiaand the Jamia was born out of this ideological con ict.

    The formation of Jamia was supported by Gandhijiand Tagore who had himself initiated such an effort inShanti Niketan. The start, which was made in Krishna

    Ashram of the Aligarh College c

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