Over a lakh applicants for Jamia’s 7,000 seatsMay 13th, 2011 - 12:58 am ICT by IANS
New Delhi, May 12 (IANS) The Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) has sold 114,244 forms for the varsity’s approximately 7,000 seats with courses like management and engineering the most sought-after, a varsity official said Thursday.
“The figure of sold forms is till May 9 and the seats are spread over 231 professional and non-professional courses in 36 departments and 17 centres of excellence and research,” a Jamia official said.
“It is an overwhelming response as the last date of receiving completed application forms in many courses is over,” the official said.
As per records, 37,902 forms for management and engineering courses were sold by the varsity while the figure for teaching courses like B.Ed and ETE (Elementary Teachers Education) stood at 9,423. Jamia’s mass communication course sold 1,493 forms, added the official.
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