Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

B.Tech Mechanical Engineering Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

Also known as: JMI

Quick Facts

Total Fees
64.60 K
Approval
AICTE
Seats
70

Fees Details

General:
64.60 K
Disclaimer: Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.

Important Dates

For all Exams Accepted by this Course
Dates Events
25 Feb, 2019 - 30 Mar, 2019 Form Submission| Mode: online
05 Jul, 2018 Form Submission| Mode: Offline
05 Jul, 2018 Form Submission| Mode: Offline
30 Jun, 2018 Form Availablity| Mode: offline
30 Jun, 2018 Form Availablity| Mode: offline

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in Mechanical Engineering is a four-year full-time undergraduate program recognized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and offered by the Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

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Admission Process

Admission to B.Tech program of Jamia Millia Islamia for the sessions will be based on the score in JEE(Main) Examination to be conducted by CBSE.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Sr. Sec. School Certificate (10+2) / Intermediate or its equivalent of a recognized Board with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as their main subjects, with not less than 55% marks in PCM.
  • Diploma in Engineering recognized by AICTE or a state board of technical education of 3 or 4-year duration with not less than 55% marks.

Student Reviews

BTech Mechanical Engineering

Posted on 10 Nov' 15 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2014 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
I would like to share my experience being a mechanical graduate from this university. My review will be solely based on experience by me and my peer group, but strictly for my department only, not for other streams. I would cateogerize my experiences in the form of pros and cons but they may differ from person to person. Pros 1. Central university, placed in delhi, thus accessability to all the resources apart from what college provides. 2. Very less fees, i did my btech in 30 grands, so you can judge yourself how cheap it is. 3. Infrastructure wise i would say above average for some departments and not so for others. Like we had a decent classroom but didnt have an Ac in it while almost all the other branches were having that. But classrooms had a projector that actually worked (cheers). 4. Apart from classroom building infra was average from outside and dull from inside. 5. Had a decent lawn in main building for some chitchat and lunch break and yes offcourse the biryani was good in canteen. 6. Had a big jungle inside campus where we could roam and talk freely. 7. Crowd was mostly decent except a few people from jamia school (internal people ) who created havoc inside classes.. And yes professors are mostly muslim and half of the crowd too, but they are just normal guys just like u n me, no need to worry( no need to take this statement so seriously, just for clarifications of some cliche in our ill society) Now comes the CONS 1. The main issue is about the course content and the professors. 2.Right from the day one you are forced to solve some foreign authors book( which they brag about later saying the same thing is adopted by iits) without even explain the concepts and facts to us. 3. Teaching methodoly is the same boring as you would have expected from a private institute. 4. No cultural activities, no initiatives and even if you participate u get to know the whole fest was scrapped and you are screwed. 5. Some professors would actually give you some freedom but mostly and i mean more than 90% are too rigid about their course, rather attendance that they even brag about killing your four years. 6. Passing the exams is not that difficult though, just need to be attentive and just write whatever the shit they write in the board. 7. No internships, no help in competitions, pretty bad placement scenario is all i have to say about this department. I may sound a bit mean but thats the hard bound truth. Thats all i have to say, but i would advise you not to waste time being a mechanical engineer in jamia, rather do some bsc from du if you get the chance or take some other department. I have just not mentioned the professors coz that would be too partial for a review, rest is uoon you to decide.
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An excellent institution for educational & cultural growth

Posted on 18 Oct' 15 by Md. Misbah
Batch of Jan. 1, 2012 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
It was an excellent experience & feel to be blessed to have studied in an institution having roots in our freedom struggle and still making us sustain that with dignity & class modern education with deep cultural values and protecting the pluralism of our beautiful piece of land called India.
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