Centre, Jamia in touch over new medical college
It was in October 2022, when JMI VC Najma Akhtar appealed to the Central government to grant approval for setting up a medical and nursing college as part of the varsity.
Jamia Millia organises ‘Walkathon’ to celebrate India’s G20 Presidency
Prof. Nazim Husain Al Jafri, Registrar, JMI, was the Guest of Honor in the event. The G20 logo T-shirts were sponsored by Indian Bank, JMI branch.
Row over ‘Pakistani author’s book’ in Central universities
Without mentioning the name of the author, UGC in its question has stated, “Whether the government has taken cognisance of the fact that a book by a Pakistani author is being taught at universities.
Jamia assistant professor suspended over sexual harassment allegation
Jamia Millia Islamia University suspended an assistant professor of the Department of Psychology over alleged sexual harassment allegation and gross misconduct on the campus.
Jamia Millia university suspends professor over alleged sexual harassment charges
This is the second time that a faculty member has been suspended over the alleged sexual misconduct on the campus in a month.
Onus on universities for seamless rollout of CUET 2023
The NTA has announced that the second edition of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) will be conducted from May 21 to 31.
Jamia University to offer dual degrees, online learning
JMI Vice Chancellor Najma Akhtar said that the varsity was in the process of adopting several aspects of the NEP.
Jamia assistant professor suspended after student alleges sexual harassment
The university notification said an inquiry is being conducted by the Internal Complaints Committee into the alleged "misconduct" of S Veeramani, Assistant Professor, Department of Management Studies.
Delhi Police move HC against relief to Sharjeel Imam
In the February 4 trial court order, the court said: The long trial of the persons accused in the case is not well for the justice system.
'Dissent needs to be given space', Sharjeel Imam, others 'scapegoats' in Jamia case says Delhi court
In the order, Additional Sessions Judge Arul Varma referred Gandhi's quote: "Conscience is the source of dissent."
BBC documentary: Student's outfit calls for screening in DU's North Campus
The government had recently directed social media platforms to block links to the documentary titled "India: The Modi Question"
Classes to remain suspended at Jamia on Friday: Varsity order
A protest was held in the campus on Wednesday against the detention of four SFI activists hours before the proposed screening of the controversial BBC documentary "India: The Modi Question."
13 students detained for organising BBC docu screening at Jamia not yet released by police: SFI
The university on Wednesday became the centre of a kerfuffle after SFI's plans to organise the screening of the controversial BBC documentary were thwarted by the varsity and the city police.
Jamia tense amid BBC documentary row
The atmosphere at Jamia remained tense on Wednesday as the left student organisation, the Students’ Federation of India (SFI) called for the screening of the documentary in the university premises.
Security beefed up at Delhi's Jamia over BBC documentary screening, several students detained
The university administration also issued a statement, saying no permission has been sought for the screening of the documentary and it will not be allowed.
'Why further assessment after awarding marks': Delhi HC questions Jamia's PhD admission process
University has explained that these assessments are not made public so as to prevent prejudice against candidates who apply to other centres.
Jamia V-C meets President Murmu, lists out varsity’s requirements
She also sought permission for setting up a department of modern Indian languages, a nursing college and a faculty of alternative medicine at JMI.
Jamia Millia sets up panel to look into implementation of 4-year UG course
“We have formed a committee to look into implementation of the University Grants Commission (UGC) directives on four-year undergraduate degrees.
Three years on, JMI students still carry burden of police crackdown
However, the demonstration quickly descended into violence as protesters were lathi-charged and police allegedly fired tear gas into the university library.
Teacher’s association null and void: Jamia Millia Islamia
In case of any violation of such advisory the authority will take action against the participation of the meeting, added University in the advisory.