From this academic session, Jamia Millia Islamia University had increased the number of study centres to cater huge demand of students. Admissions to the distant education courses have started from Monday 27 July 2015. According to Vice chancellor, Talat Ahmed’s statement, for 6500 seats offered through regular mode of study, there are above one lakh applications, so the number of study centres were increased by double to meet huge demands. He further said that for the benefit of students all over India pursuing education through distant learning, the number of study centres had been increased to 62 from previous 38 and this would be from the academic session 2015-16.
Vice chancellor even said that the Central university is also considering to increase the number of courses that are offered in Centre of Distant and Open Learning from next academic session. Admissions to distant learning courses have started from Monday. As per Mukesh Ranjan, Jamia spokesperson, on-spot admission to eligible candidates would be given by the Centre of Distant and Open Learning (CDOL). Eighteen different courses at UG, PG, PG Diploma, Diploma and certificates courses are present where admissions are invited.
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On the spot admissions would be provided to the students at CDOL, JMI and also in the centres such as Assam, Bihar, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Manipur, Meghalaya, Maharashtra, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh etc.
Ranjan further added that candidates fulfilling the minimum eligibility criteria can fill up the forms attaching with required documents and will have to submit a demand draft for provisional admission fee on the same day itself. For the candidates belonging to Delhi/NCR regions, admissions would be given at the University only, but for rest candidates, admissions would be given at the study centres chosen by them.
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