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A great university at all time

Shoyal Khan Sherani
Posted on 05 Sep' 18 by Shoyal Khan Sherani
Batch of 2018 | BA
After 12th I had not expected that my admission at ki will be . but I success . a much great faculty and facility at college in class excellent professor and brilliant students all time good environment I'm living in the hostel here a great home like food and living facility.
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A Mediocre college.

Posted on 20 Nov' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2021 | B.Tech Computer Engineering
If you get in CS engineering/MassComm. grab the opportunity. If you're a girl and have a progressive mindset, do not apply for hostel. I'll be very honest and give you an unprejudiced while saying that Jamia Millia Islamia, as a university, is just mediocre. It has Mass Comm. department, which is the best in the world, and then some other departments that are just average/satisfactory and unfortunately these just average departments form a majority. Now, since I studied B.Tech Computer Engineering, I will be speaking mostly about it, and also give you an idea about the other departments of Engineering. 1. Infrastructural Facilities: Computer Engg Deptt. (CSE)- The infrastructure is pretty good actually, just last year new computer systems were installed in the labs (Ubutnu+Win10). There's also an Apple Lab with all MACs, but the problem is that the lab isn't maintained well (systems are dusty and the cleaners just hand out a dust cleaner to students for them to clean it and start working). Pigeons have infested in the false ceiling of the lab, and they stink up the entire room. Apart from these, I'd say that the infrastructure isn't bad at all, it just needs to be maintained. All CS classrooms (post 1st year) are equipped with ACs and projectors. Other Deptts.: What I have heard from my acquaintances is that their equipment and lab facilities are just mediocre overall. (Apart from electrical, they whine about the poor quality infrastructure all the time.) What you should do: Get rid of the old crap and replace the fried ICs, buy equipment that works. One thing that many students do not know is that they can apply for a JMI student ID which comes with quite a few benefits like free online course enrollments etc. Sports: Excellent sports complex, engineering students might have to skip classes to access it. Plenty of opportunities to participate in various sports. Industry exposure: CSE: You get an okay industry exposure if you contact your professors and LOOK FOR IT. You won't get it by just sitting on your rears all day. So go out there and get in touch with your professors about summer internships! If you expect the college authorities to organize some internship hunt during the summer for you, then that won't happen unless you take an initiative and approach them. (sometimes they help, other times they dont. So at the end, the whole thing is your responsibility.) Other Departments: In this area, all other departments lag far behind. College Life: CSE: For a CS student, life is pretty good, you'll have decent and social classmates, the crowd in CS is always refined; so you shouldn't have any serious trouble with a fellow classmate. Also, the seniors are extremely kind and helpful. They ask you to call them "Bhai" or "Api" and they usually act like your older siblings in guiding and helping you. CS fest is Algorythm, organized by CSI, again depends on the students who organize such fests and the sponsors. Usually no fest has been great, they're all just average and a very few students show up. Not happening at all. Very mediocre. Actually compared to other universities, it's below mediocre. Other Deptts. : ECE crowd is quite decent, Civil crowd is alright. Electrical crowd varies, they can be very cheap students, or just average and anti-social. Mechanical crowd is generally cheap and weird. (This is just a generalization. Handful of decent kids everywhere.) I think the reason that the fests are not that great is that there are too many fests (one from each department), if they were to combine these fests into ONE engineering department fest, then I assume that that would be something big. Placement: CSE: Goes without saying, placement is best for CS. If you elect good placement coordinators, then most of you get placed with decent packages. Max till now was 12LPA. Adobe came with an offer of 39LPA (girls only) but no results are out yet. Other Deptts. : not nearly as good as CS. ECE is alright, although most of the students end up with placements in IT companies like TCS, WIPRO. LnT/Seimens also visit JMI every year. Professors: CSE: The professors are extremely cooperative, especially if you are a sincere student. The faculty though is not enough, they need more professors. There might be 1/2 annoying professors in the entire department but nothing that you can't deal with, it's something to experience. Skill wise, there only a handful professors who have good knowledge of the subjects. But overall, the faculty is decent. Other deptts.: ECE: Their professors who know nothing about their subjects. (apart from 2/3). Some female teachers start holding a grudge against students and keep nagging them. EE: Some professors are good, some bad. Okay faculty. Civil: Supposed to have a good faculty, but it's become average as of 2017. Mechanical: Some professors are really good, others talk to students in a very demeaning and deprecating tone, especially this one professor, who got beaten up by some students of B.E. Probably the only time I have seen thousands of students celebrate this incident so happily was when his photo appeared in a newspaper, his face was bruised and he was in a hospital. They all hated him, but that was bit too harsh, anyway the professor had it coming his way(yes he was that awful) Administration: Oh well well. JMI administration is the worst ever. They are all relatives of each other and do nothing but sip tea all day. And they don't have to, because their relatives got them the job. They are not in the least bit cooperative. If you need to get something done, they'll make you run from one end of the university to another, and at the end tell you that what you ran for all day, cannot be done because of some stupid reason. They never release the result on time, once they released it so late that even the date for redressal had passed. They often print the wrong marksheets/transcripts, really the most lethargic SLOTHS I have ever seen. Student diversity: Engineering: Mostly contains Afghani students and NRI students ( Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, UAE, Bahrain). Other departments: Have students from Yemen, Iran, Mauritius, Madagascar, Palestine, Nigeria and many other countries. They are very social and friendly. College Affordability: Dirt cheap. Except NRI students pay 2 Lakhs for nothing. Hostel: Hostel life is good if you have good roommates. The girls hostel organizes many events like self defense learning and motivating talks, then there are fresher and farewell parties, some sports events etc. For boys, getting hostel is really hard. EVEN IF U ARE POOR, the administration gives hostels to those people who have contacts. This is ridiculous, poor people who actually need the hostel accommodation aren't provided with it, but other kids who have contacts in the university or other political contacts are provided hostels. Poor kids are forced to live outside and god knows how they manage to pay off their rents. This is the most SHAMEFUL part of being in Jamia, if you know someone in the university, you get the hostel, you take the seat of a poor student who actually NEEDS it. Jamia administration is corrupt and it's an open secret. Girls hostel on the other hand, easier to get accommodated into, but in a single room with 38 beds? FOR COLLEGE GOING GIRLS? Imagine how a girl will be able to study with 37 other people in her room. No room for privacy either. Girls hostel also has many ridiculous rules, the world is progressing, but Jamia Girls Hostel seems to be taking a thousand steps backwards in time where the main concern is WHAT TIME a girl comes back to the hostel at. If you like being a free, independent woman, don't consider girls hostel as your option. Girls hostel administration wants to raise girls who have a degree only so that they can get married and wash dirty dishes at home. They use FENA washing powder to wash dishes, which btw stink and are stained even after being washed, and the sponge used looks like it's being used from the time Jamia was established. dish washing area also stinks up the whole place. Do not be fooled by NAAC A grade, the authorities knew the team was going to visit, and they cleaned up the hostel and started making arrangements a week prior to their visit. So this is all FAKE. You will be a frustrated girl by the time you leave the hostel because of all the harassment from the authorities, it is like being punished for being a girl and wanting to be free. You can still see the bajis (worker women) sit and gossip about girls by saying "Aag lag jaye unke ghar mein", which is very disturbing to hear. AFFORDABILITY : hostel is dirt cheap, that's the good thing. Also they provide a lot with the amount of money we pay them. The food is bad of course, but better than many other hostels. It's just the environment is not as good because of the ridiculous rules that limit freedom and independence of girls, an attitude that promotes objectification of a woman, since she's still seen as someone's property. The hostel authorities have very regressive views.
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No alternative of the JMI in North India

Farhan faheem
Posted on 16 Jun' 17 by Farhan faheem
Batch of 2017 | Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
The faculty is very good and helpful. The environment of the campus is positive. One of the largest Library in the country. Best canteen . Affordable course fee as well as hostel fee. Only the problem is Attendence it should be 75%. It is the thing which students don't like other this Everything from infrastructure to canteen food is one of the best quality and affordable.
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Research Central University

Posted on 13 Feb' 17 by Rajesh
Batch of 2020 | B.Tech Civil Engineering
I am a civil engineer student .The most amazing thing about the faculty is its library where we can find the finest journals ,research papers,manuscripts and many more things.Its accommodation given to the students is amazing and quite comfortable.Not only that the campus is quite friendly too.Encouragement to the researching is given in the university.There is a research centre within the university and its name is AJK Mass communication Research centre.Therefore making too research central university in Delhi.Hence According to my opinion this university is good for those who are interested more in research than in studies as it is one of the best university in New Delhi.
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Simply the Best I can get

Adil
Posted on 08 Feb' 17 by Adil
Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
It's my first year..but till now what i get.. more fun, intense, stressful, jam-packed, rewarding, incredible, and priceless than i ever believed possible. mine college is a very college with healthy surroundings which has of trees and plants.i also enjoyed every of my we 2 had funs and enjoyments.our lecturers are very good and helpfull to us. yeah i know there is a problem of getting hostels in jamia..but still i can't question on infrastructure..it's very good i would say something along the lines of... it was like a game of tennis; a little love, a few faults, but overall a wonderful sometimes you wish it had never started, sometimes you wish it should never end.
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Not best but affordable

Ausaf Zakaria
Posted on 07 Feb' 17 by Ausaf Zakaria
Batch of 2019 | BHM
one of the best sports facility(still lot needed to be done). can be improved with collaboration with big hotel and service industry. the friendly environment and sports facility. the should be more hostels for deserving students. professors are excellent. the student diversity is the heart and soul of any university and it is making Jamia a better place. in terms of costing, other collages with same degree cost more than that.
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Watching match and party

Posted on 05 Feb' 17 by Sadique
Batch of 2020 | B.Tech Computer Engineering
My college has awesome infrastructure. My friends and fun make enjoyable.The placement of my branch is 100%. My college provides hostels but some of students used to live nearby on rent. Hostels facilities are provided by college but very limited in number,PG and other options are availabe for students at affordable cost near to campus.There are multiple canteens and food joints in the campus and students find the Youth Café and Maggie Point the best. The common canteen is cheap in terms of food quality and cost but shouldn’t be preferred apart from tea and coffee. The main canteen serves good Chole Bhature and Biryani though the taste is inconsistent sometimes. Space in the canteen is never a problem as most of them prefer lawns and gardens to relax and enjoy their food. A six-month dissertation required for the course at Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi. But there will be no any stipend given during dissertation and the whole course work. Pharmaceutical companies and other life sciences companies are coming in for campus selection. The average salary is around Rs.3.5 lacks per annum. There is very good Alumni network in India and also abroad like Almaconecct, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.
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Excellent facilities with average faculties

Posted on 04 Feb' 17 by Krishnan Kris
Batch of 2019 | B.Tech Electrical Engineering
excellent exposure to every kind of facilities like lab, instruments,library , internet , seminar. College has an awesome infrastructure. It is located in a very huge area and has well equipped high rise buildings and a lot of greenery. well sport facility. So it provides the best environment for learning and studying. The hostel and mess facilities are good,the food is hyegenic and water is purified. Students are provided space to come up with their own new ideas and are supported to fulfill them. Its best for engineering and placement is fine so It can be improved more. Its a good college for B.tech and can help students who aspire to become engineer. International seminar at the end of every moth is compulsory here , which give a great platform to learn out of the boundary here. expert panel facilities are here for placement guidance. college life- a lot of concerts , fest, technical program every year. Environment of college is peace, well oxygenated in spite of situated in such a polluted city Delhi. Fee is something like in thousand only. faculties are not so awesome but average. it can be managed as other facilities are awesome here. student are coming from whole India so it represent UNITY AN DIVERSITY and give an opportunity to interact with other culture. so overall good .
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My Jamia: A View of Jamia From the Eyes of a Fresher

Posted on 29 Jan' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
Like so many people out there, the pomp of Jamia Millia Islamia attracted me to it and wished to get admission into it. And so I moved to Delhi imitating the exodus of so many others who settle in the Dilwaali Dilli looking for a better job or better education; in my case, it was education of course. Jamia Millia Islamia is a university in New Delhi. Given its location, it is fast evolving in every terms. The thing and features of Jamia that I like are: The security and Safety within the campus, there is absolutely no case of ragging in years. The greenery in the campus, makes you feel that it doesn't belong to Delhi. A lot of attention is paid on the regularity of teachers, so there are almost no free classes. The food in canteen is nice, you can try it whenever you wish. At last, I would say that Jamia really strives for educating the students and thus if you sincerely wish to study, its not a bad place. Here library is known as Zakir Husain Library and is one of the finest library of India containing thousands of manuscripts, journals, research papers and books from many fields. The university's scenic cricket ground (popularly known as the Bhopal Ground) has hosted Ranji Trophy matches and a women's cricket test match. Besides its seven faculties, the Jamia has centres of learning and research, like the Mass Communication Research Centre (MCRC), Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Faculty of Fine Arts,Centre for Theoretical Physics and the Academy of Third World Studies (ATWS). The Jamia offers undergraduate and postgraduate information and technology courses. FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP: Jamia Millia is a central govt university. Fee for BTech is only Rs 10,000-11,000 per year in the first year and after this only Rs 7000 per year for the next 3 years. Jamia provides scholarship options to many students and most of the scholarships available are for minorities and girls. If you are in Jamia and in Btech there is no need for any kind of loan. Scholarships and hostel facilities are provided on the basis of academic performance in past and a personal interview basis. The course fee very less as compared to other colleges. Course fee per academic session is approximately INR 7,700 The university announces different scholarship programmes from time to time. The average number of students for getting scholarship varies for different programmes Loans normally are not needed INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION: You can enjoy AC reading rooms, Libraries (more than one), labs and auditoriums. Labs are almost near to good. I can rate 4.4 out of 5 to lab conditions. Both boys and girls hostels are available but are provided on the basis of many factors like your school marks, JEE score, need for the hostel and overall on what you say in an interview. The hostel fee is Rs 4700 per annum plus Rs 2000r mess fee per month. Many private hostels and PG are available in nearby areas @4000-6000rs per room. Food quality is good at a low rate. It may cost about Rs 50 for a more than enough diet of a person in lunch. Both veg and non-veg are available in canteen. Overall infrastructure can't match with that of a private college but still it is very good. We have few number of hostels for girls and boys. Everybody doesn\'t get hostel. They examine several factors like academics, distance, income etc before giving hostel. We can get PGs easily outside of the college at around Rs 6000-10000 per month. We get cheaper food at central canteen .We get veg thali at Rs 25 while non-veg thali at Rs35. We have well furnished AC classrooms.We have Wifi connectivity . We have well maintained seminar hall. We have wonderful auditorium . We have well technology equiped modern library . We have wonderful parking space. We get cheaper food at central canteen. We get veg thali at Rs 25 while non-veg thali at Rs35. We have well furnished AC classrooms. We have Wifi connectivity, well-maintained seminar hall, wonderful auditorium, technology equipped modern library, parking space. ACADEMICS & FACULTY: BTech classes are conducted 5 days a week from 9am to 1:10pm and from 2:10pm to 5:30pm. Although, class timings may get changed and mostly reduces as per requirement and number of lectures needed. First half of day is theory classes and labs and experiments during the second half. Some of the faculties are from IITs and deliver a high quality of education by audio and visual techniques. Also, some faculties are not going to teach you even a single word and you have to study yourself in those subjects. Minor and Major projects are integrated part of course. You can get many other projects and competitions as per interests like HPVC, motor vehicle and robotic challenges etc. There will be 3 exams per semester. Two of them are sessionals and contribute 40% to your semester mark sheet. One major or semester exam contribute 60% to final marks. PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK: A six-month dissertation required for the course at Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi. But there will be no any stipend given during dissertation and the whole course work. Pharmaceutical companies and other life sciences companies are coming in for campus selection. The average salary is around Rs.3.5 lacks per annum. There is very good Alumni network in India and also abroad like Almaconecct, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. Any of student who has a good academic performance for first two years can contact and get internship offers from reputed organisations and company like Maruti, oHnda, DMRC, BSES etc. You just need to contact Training and Placement Officer for any kind of offer. Many key companies like L&T, Siemens, TCS have already visited campus for recruitment and some others are scheduled to come. Placement is not as good as that of BTech Computers. About 60% students get campus placement and not all of them get an opportunity to work with the core companies. The average salary figure package might be around Rs 5 lakh per annum considering only those students who have got campus recruitment from Jamia. HOSTELS & FOOD: Hostels facilities are provided by college but very limited in number,PG and other options are availabe for students at affordable cost near to campus.There are multiple canteens and food joints in the campus and students find the Youth Café and Maggie Point the best. The common canteen is cheap in terms of food quality and cost but shouldn’t be preferred apart from tea and coffee. The main canteen serves good Chole Bhature and Biryani though the taste is inconsistent sometimes. Space in the canteen is never a problem as most of them prefer lawns and gardens to relax and enjoy their food. CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS: College festivals, Jamia foundation day, tech fests, parties, shows are all part of campus life in Jamia. Jamia's sports complex provide facilities for sports like volleyball, football, basketball, tennis, badminton, cricket, table tennis, gym and much more. Many student societies like IEEE, ASME and much more are there. The life in college is fun. No dress code. No entry-exit barriers in college and hostel. No student societies or unions are there from the last 10 years at Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi. There is no representation of students available in case of harassment from teachers. The main festival includes MIRAAS a 3-day cultural national fest and Foundation day a 4-day fest held annually. Besides, small programs are held once a week. The life in the college is good. SOCIAL ATMOSPHERE: Social atmosphere of college are excellent, no such discrimination based on gender,religion and etc.Alcohol is strictly prohibited on campus,Well, since the college is located in South Delhi which is considered to be one of the posh areas of the city, you’ve innumerable hangouts. Community Centre (CC) in New Friends Colony, adorably referred as NFC, is the standard and the most visited place by any student. There are hundreds of food joints from CCD to Barista, Dominos to Pizza Hut, Subway, roadside stalls, chole kulche, and every possible thing you want. In short, when you’re at Jamia, enjoyment ain’t a problem, definitely we mean outside the campus. EXPERIENCE A place where you have every thing to make your career bright like stars .In jamia you have teachers , libraries , reading rooms (ac) , best friend , companies , devices , delhi atmosphere, different task activities , different type of cultural event by many departments etc. this is paradise for me. I wish i could spend my whole life here. because there is nothing for any kind of tension. There is something about this place which makes me feel pure, content and peaceful each morning, every single day. There is something which tells me how everything one does at hostel is somehow larger than life. Earlier, I could never imagine myself sharing a room with six other girls, but now the experiences I have had in my hostel and the new friends I made, are the best things that I would carry with me from Jamia after I graduate. Canteen provides many daily needs items within the campus, from food items to stationery and mobile recharge options. The campus looked immensely gorgeous during the rain. The lush green immense grounds and huge trees drenched in rain water looked magnificently wonderful. I really love my campus and I want that more and more students are attracted towards it and should take it as their dream college..
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Posted on 15 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | B.Sc Biotechnology
Jamia Milia Islamia, known for its academic as well as its cultural excellence is exactly how one sees it from the outside. The most friendly people, an amazing faculty, the most helpful staff, the most enjoyable environment and the best college experience one can have. You enter this big college with hopes and dreams and ideas and this college gives you a platform to present your ideas, fulfills your hopes and helps you live your dreams. May it be chilling in the canteen or some early morning classes, each and every experience is worth your time. Talking of the infrastructure, since it is a very old construction, some of the classes do not have proper ventilation and seating arrangements and the washrooms need a little renovation. Bsc(biotechnology) has a lot of students who are more into studies than extracurriculars but it will be wrong to say that all of them are like that. There are some who keep studies at the topmost priority whereas there are others who manage well with both studies and extras. There is a society for each and every extracurricular you want. The societies are very active. Science, dance, music, drama, sports, painting, environment. Name anything and we can name a society you can join.
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The Place where I get to be what I truly want to be

Posted on 13 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2019 | BA LLB Hons
The best thing about this place is you'll find every type of person here, the most studios, the most chilled out and the mix of both. You get the plethora of opportunities to pursue a lot more than just the curriculum. And since it's a central university, the fees are very very minimal.
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A pretty decent college with ample of facilities at low cost

Mohammad Asdaq
Posted on 12 Sep' 16 by Mohammad Asdaq
Batch of 2019 | BA Economics Hons
The college has a peaceful ambience. Being located in Delhi, there are numerous opportunities to grab. The faculty is average but still better than Private colleges.Hostels and another infrastructure are amazing keeping in mind the little fee that they charge.My overall experience was good but not excellent.
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Once in a lifetime experience.

Wasif Jamal
Posted on 11 Sep' 16 by Wasif Jamal
Batch of 2019 | BBA
Its a huge opportunity and a great experience to be in such an exquisite college. Exposure to different kinds of people is enlightening. The faculty is well learned and the atmosphere is soothing. Although I'm quite new to this place, but the first impressions are fascinating and the crowd here is helpful. My fellow classmates are enthusiastic about the course and it gives a positive vibe to do more.
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It has been fun

Posted on 08 Sep' 16 by Amandeep Singh
Batch of 2018 | BA Psychology Hons
Coming from a Sikh family to a Muslim dominated college was a difficult choice, the family was reluctant to send me but I still came here. The view that I had in my mind was completely opposite of what I saw and felt. Genuine people, good infrastructure, great food from the various canteens in the campus, the greenery of the campus, the faculty, the way of teaching everything was great. All my doubt about coming here was wiped out. It is a great place to study and be and is one of the top universities in the country.
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Its Good & encouraging

Shubham Singh
Posted on 08 Sep' 16 by Shubham Singh
Batch of 2021 | BA LLB Hons
Jamia is overall good college. It has good faculty and staff. The infrastructure is overall good, there is good greenery too but the law department does not have at all much facilities. It does have afternoon timings too which is quite odd plus we don't get the two days off, however, the morning batch has. College life is good, It has a sports complex, some of the canteens are very good, They organise various extra curricular activities. However, Jamia doesn't provide placements for a law which it should definitely have. The crowd is also good and diverse. one problem is that too its location is not that good and Jamia in terms of affordability is definitely good.
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A way of life called Jamia

Aman Khanna
Posted on 06 Sep' 16 by Aman Khanna
Batch of 2015
Jamia through the eyes of a NonMuslim was a fair , non-prejudice and fun. I know most of the nonmuslim community is intimidated by taking admission in the minority institute and will be wary about the crowd , safety , pedagogy, and environment . There is a little bit of stereotypic behaviour ,but I want to ask where isn't. Jamia has one of the best infrastructure , cleanliness , well equipped Ansari Auditorium . Canteen food is top notch if you prefer non-veg there is an added incentive of having biryani at 30 , korma at 40 at a central canteen . The central university is NAAC A grade university which adds weight to the value of the degree. As far as BBS is concerned , it is like the prodigal child of CMS(centre of management Studies ) . It is highly ignored by the parent centre on the other side of the road where the auditorium and classes are full AC and well equipped . BBS department shares the floor with B Com Hons and shares the building with M-Com and Maths hons on a ground and second-floor respectively and BBS in the first . Hostel life is said to be the best in Jamia . Security of girl is taken very seriously. There are very less communal breakouts since the reform of former VC Najeeb Jung . Hence , if you are coming from far off , then you will like the hostel , food , environment ( even if you are non-muslim , you would love the sound of azaan especially on Friday) . If you want to do BBS and that too from Delhi , it is definitely better than IP BBA , Christ BBA , just because of NAAC A grade and central university tag . But if you compare to the likes of symbiosis BBA Join Jamia if fees is a genuine issue for you . In Jamia , you will study in less than 30 k for three years as compared to more than 1.5 Lakh in symbiosis .
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Jamia is a nice college but it could be better

sheenaSheena
Posted on 04 Sep' 16 by sheenaSheena
Batch of 2021 | BA LLB Hons
Infrastructure is good, but they can provide it's and the main problem we as law students are facing is the timing issues. This year self-finance students batch has been introduced in this batch students have to pay 40,000 /year nd this is unfair as by paying more also as compared to regular students of 2016 batch we r not getting any facilities . All the other things like campus,canteen ,sports complex are good and the activities which they organize clubs n all that is pretty appreciable its good that Jamia encourages students in such things that's it .this is my views n opinions about Jamia.
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Delightful

ds negi
Posted on 03 Sep' 16 by ds negi
Batch of 2021 | BA LLB Hons
It is a good college with some beautiful faces around. It has highly experienced staff and faculty. It is fully Wi-Fi enabled college the greenery around college makes you love it more. It focuses on various extracurricular activities too leading over all personal development
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Jamia, my best among the rest

lipi bag
Posted on 03 Sep' 16 by lipi bag
Batch of 2019 | BA English Hons
The first day I entered Jamia, my heart knew I wouldn't regret the choice. Jamia has a mixed atmosphere. We find people from different places, religion and mindsets. There's a cultural shock but respect for one another's views. The Jamia canteens are the best in the city. Affordable as well as tasty. The lush green campus makes us feel serene. The professors are very helpful,understanding and approachable. There are different clubs and activities which hold competitions regularly. A great scope to enhance your skills. The college timings in the first semester is a bit hectic for its held from morning till evening. We are to learn general Urdu in the first year which is a compulsory course. As difficult as it may seem, but it's a wonderful language. I enjoy my classes thoroughly. The grace in a language itself is worth learning.I'm not a hostel resident but from what I've seen the hostels are pretty good. I'm yet to enter into the next month of my college life but the experience so far has been great. Be it the seniors or the guard uncles at the gate, everyone is warm and welcoming. I hope to learn and aspire more from this college.
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Diversity with Integrity and Exubreancy

Posted on 02 Sep' 16 by harshita negi
Batch of 2021 | BA LLB Hons
Jamia is amongst the best central university in total having around 242 different courses (including PhD, P.G, Grad., Diploma, Adv. Diploma etc.)Apart from its highly qualified capable faculty & staff, one would find greenery plus it is fully wi-fi enabled campus. In B.A.LLB it organises various programmes such as DSLA (Delhi State Legal Authority) paralegal volunteering , Moot court, Seminars etc. where we learn from practising by applying our knowledge of the law. Jamia has extraordinary diversity crowd including foreign nationalities, It also provides hostels for both girls & boys affordably. Jamia not only provides best in terms of academics but also in terms of sports also, It is among the few university having well-maintained sports complex of itself adding that the university is good too in terms of the affordability and connectivity in all aspects. One would always see healthy & developing building environment.
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The Unparalleled Return On Investment

Utkarsh Aren
Posted on 01 Sep' 16 by Utkarsh Aren
Batch of 2016 | B.Tech Electrical Engineering
Jamia, as the name suggests, is a blend of different cultures. The college has grown by leaps and bounds since its inception in 1920. It acquired the status of Central University in 1988. It provides an amazing infrastructure with full air conditioned class rooms, efficient laboratories, easy to access library, unmatchable sports facilities and various eating points offering different cuisines. Its faculty and discipline are the pillars of strength. But sometimes that discipline hinders student to look beyond studies. Although Fests and events are regularly organized but the participation amongst students should be promoted. Its Fees for 4 years B.tech programme is unmatchable, a mere 36 thousand rupees only! That's even less than the fees of one semester in private universities. Placements have been good, exceptional if you are in Computer Engineering branch but average for the other branches. More core companies should be visiting the campus so that students have a better chance to showcase their talents. People like Hamid Ansari Sir, Mini Thomas mam, Ahtesham Sir, Majid Jamil Sir and much more are some exceptional faculty members who made my 4-year experience in the college a memorable one. One gets to acquire knowledge of Islamic culture, as well as majority of the students, belong to that background which I would say is an advantage in Jamia as it signifies our country's line " Unity in Diversity"
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One way or another

Posted on 30 Aug' 16 by Alikin Cruze
Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Computer Engineering
It's a very good college with good placement and faculties. College life is very fun here. You can fo so many things from sports to academics to arts to politics. There is so much to do here. You can never get bored. It's so much fun that you don't want to leave the college. And in a night the beauty of the college is mesmerizing. Besides, I would recommend visiting a library at least once. It's really amazing.
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Play hard work harder

Posted on 28 Aug' 16 by Alikin Cruze
Batch of 2016 | BA Psychology Hons
I went to JMI after dropping from DU. At first, I thought I have made a mistake, but as time goes by I came to see the college & my opinion about it also starts to change.Firstly there were so many foreign & NRI students there, so it felt like I am in world class university. After that the infrastructure was so good ,there were so many open gardens and cool places to chill out with friends also the sports complex of jmi is world class and u can see many cricketers like yuvraj, sehwag etc. playing there. Teachers are like so cooperative with students that if u have a zeal for anything they will help u get it as much they can. In short, its a college worth studying because it can nurture u in any way u want. It has an emmense number of courses and facilities.
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AJK is the place to be for journalism

Posted on 28 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | MA Convergent Journalism
The college is one of the tops all over India. It offers diverse courses and has good permanent and visiting faculty. It is very tough to get into and lets you test your true worth. You will find some shortcomings too but like any other institute the pros take over the cons and you will enjoy the competitive environment.
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Life at Jamia

Posted on 28 Aug' 16 by Manas
Batch of 2019 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
Jamia milia Islamia a 92-year-old university needs no introduction . Its is one of the oldest and reputed university in India. I am currently in 2 years and in my experience, it is one of the best colleges to study engineering faculty wise .fees is just 10k and the facilities are very good. Although the placements are not that good but it is upto use mostly how we study . Infra is best . We get ac rooms .overall it id a great college to study in.
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Avenues of media study

Saima
Posted on 27 Aug' 16 by Saima
Batch of 2018 | MA Mass Communication
Mass communication is one sphere of study that cannot refrain in the limits of books and theory, it is necessary to have a composite know how of analytical and practical information, that's both applied and practices, the faculty at MCRC knows and acknowledges that pretty efficiently. The environment of study is quite nice.
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One of the best college

Aatif Jamal
Posted on 27 Aug' 16 by Aatif Jamal
Batch of 2017
I am in the third year of my course and by far I have loved everything about Jamia. The faculty, the food, the hotel, the environment, and even the staffs are good. I would definitely recommend Jamia to anyone.
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I love my campus

Posted on 27 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2021 | BA LLB Hons
Well, the college is decent.The day you will come,you are ought to fall in love with infrastructure,it has greenery everywhere and feels very calm ad peaceful. The faculty is good,we have some very experienced teachers here. Ragging is a word people don't have in their dictionary here.Seniors are very friendly and helping. Attendance is definitely an issue.you got to be very punctual. Rest its a really good college with opportunities galore.
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Life at jamia

Posted on 26 Aug' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2019 | B.Tech Electrical Engineering
Jamia Millia Islamia one of the most oldest central university needs no introduction i am a second year student Hindu to be specific and currently is in 2 year . According to my experience it is one of the finest engineering college faculty wise teachers are hard working .yes there is a problem of placement but it is upto us how we study campus is bug infra is Good overall It is a decnet college
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A college worth joining

Halima Akhtar
Posted on 26 Aug' 16 by Halima Akhtar
Batch of 2014 | B.Tech Computer Engineering
Amazing infrastructure as we worked on Mac computers , the teachers are Phd and teach well. We are surrounded by greenery on all sides. The campus is huge , beautiful and makes an embarkable impact. We learnt about amazing networking , technical skills. we had the exposure to enhance and build onto the skilles required for a business arena. It has it's own examination . It is a centralised university and gets funds from the govt. The hostel were not that equipped but did a decent job , we enjoyed the services offered by the canteens as well. Also the fees was very decent.
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