Education and Careers

  • Lack of education and not population growth worrisome

    The prevailing notion about population growth as the root cause of all which ails our development is nothing but a myth. Our wonderful constitution has laid great emphasis on child education but we never seriously tried to uphold our constituti...

  • What ABVP doesn’t want students to read: “Maniben alias Bibijaan”

    Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the student wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), protested in Delhi University against the inclusion of "objectionable material on the RSS" that portrayed them in a bad light. Termi...

  • DMC orders to restore Urdu-medium in an East Delhi govt school

    New Delhi: An Urdu-medium school was approved and built after a decade-long struggle in Shri Ram Colony, Ward No.64E, Shahdara North Zone of East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC). The building is now ready sporting a board saying &ld...

  • AIIMS MBBS 2019: Preparation Strategy to Crack the Exam

    One of the most prestigious MBBS entrance exams of the country AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) 2019 is just about two months away from now. AIIMS MBBS 2019 examination is a national level medical entrance exam conducted annually...

  • Suicidal tendencies among students

    In a past few decades India has painfully witnessed a surging spate of miserable farmer suicides. The statistics have shaken the nation badly but no concrete steps have been taken by any government to curb the malady of farmer suicides. Still i...

  • Why should you show up for JEE main 2019 April test?

    The question of why to take the JEE Main 2019 April test might have popped up in your mind especially if you have already taken the January leg of the exam. Now, if you have performed below your expectations in the January session then the Apri...

  • Delhi Minorities Commission starts internship scheme

    New Delhi: Delhi Minorities Commission has started an internship scheme for students seeking hands-on experience of official work. Students from departments like law and political science can come to the Commission for a week or more, understan...

  • 6 Reasons to Start Reading Books Now

    But, it is never too late to start reading books. If you are not reading enough books, you are missing out on lot of things. Here are some of the amazing benefits of reading books and why you should start now.

  • English is no more foreign for Indians

    In today’s modern world we are enthusiastically talking about the idea and ideal of empowerment. Our thrust is that the weaker and the down-trodden sections of our otherwise highly polarized society must be attached with the mainstream. T...

  • Fifty students coached at Jamia Millia Islamia cleared UPSC Mains Examination

    50 students who were given coaching and training by Residential Coaching Academy (RCA), JMI have cleared Civil Services Main Examination 2018. These successful candidates have been called for Personality Test/Interview from 4th February 2019 by...

  • Jamia starts admission to self employment courses in evening

    Jamia Millia Islamia’s Centre for Innovation & Entrepreneurship has begun admission for various entrepreneurship courses which will run in the evening from 06.00 PM to 08.00 PM following success of morning batches. The Centre...

  • Jamia schools students donate Rs. One lakh for Kerala flood relief from their pocket money

    New Delhi: After Jamia Millia Islamia (university) students and teachers, it's the small kids of Jamia Schools who have come forward to donate for flood affected people of Kerala. In a weeks' time, JMI school students have collected Rs....

  • Nurturing and shaping young minds

    Alexander believed that appointing Aristotle as his tutor was his father's wisest decision in life (see Alexander the Great, by Robin Lane Fox).

  • Central Govt. scholarships for minorities

    New Delhi (6 August 2018): The scheme for the current year’s minority students for scholarships from class I to undergraduate courses is open now and applications will be accepted upto 13th October. Students who are already getting schola...

  • Apply for Islamic Development Bank undergraduate scholarship by 21 August

    1.       The Islamic Development Bank (IDB), a Multilateral Development Organization, is pleased to announce the availability of scholarships for Muslim Community in India to pursue undergraduate studies,...

  • An officer and a gentleman: Worth a Muslim’s ambition

    Sohail and Ali were right up there inspiring the Rashtrapati to reflect on India’s essence. That’s where Muslim youth need to be, all the time. Sohail and Ali tell us that it is within reach, doable and, is indeed, a glass ceiling already breached.

  • Yenepoya University in Mangaluru to start course in Applied Islamics

    YENEPOYA UNIVERSITY Mangaluru, Karnataka (India) is going to start Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Islamicscourse from July 1st this year, Insha Allah.  This course is the first of its kind in the whole world as its main focus will be on ...

  • From Malegaon orphanage to a supervisor at Dubai airport

    Nothing stopped Malegaon’s Shaikh Arif Shaikh Hasan, an alumnus of the town’s Baitul Aman Siddiqia Orphanage. It was a difficult moment when his mother Raihana bin Abdus Sattar Khan had to admit him to the orphanage.

  • A Success Story from Kashmir: To address your furniture needs, PG student reinvents family business

    Musaib says that he is very optimistic and feels that in coming years many young Kashmiris will take a lead in starting their own business like he did and won’t sit back and wait for government job.

  • Jamia Millia Islamia announces courses in Hospitality Management

    JMI invites online applications for Diploma & B.Voc. in Hospitality Management for Admission Session 2018-19