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Can a non muslim get admission in Jamia Millia Islamia?

Can a non muslim get admission in Jamia Millia Islamia?

Withstanding the fact of actuality, being a minority institution, students in Jamia from any community are treated equally and there is no backdrop of discrimination on any grounds. 4 It is held, that the university highly believes in peace and equality and follows the ‘Ganga-YamuniTehzeeb’ unstintingly.

Is JMI entrance tough?

Jamia Millia Islamia entrance examination is very easy for the candidates who have prepared for it. The exam, like every JMI entrance exam, is expected to be generally on the easier side of the difficulty spectrum.

Is Jamia Millia Islamia an Islamic Institute?

Jamia Millia Islamia is a central university, located in south of Delhi. Jamia is famous for Muslim minorities, with maximum number of Muslim students. This university is alleged to be an Islamic Institute largely, on the ground of its name and the Muslim population.

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How many seats are reserved for Hindu students in Jamia University?

The University reserves 50\% of seats for General candidates and for Muslim community ( Muslim General there is 30\% of reservation, followed by 10\% for Muslim OBC/SC/ST and 10\% for Muslim Women, etc), total 50\% is reserved. Some questions may arise in the mind of Hindu students before taking admission in Jamia University:

How diverse is Jamia Al-Aqsa?

Religious diversity is unsatisfactory. 63.77\% are Muslims and 34.32\% Hindus; Jains – 0.84\% – are numerically scarce at Jamia but in proportion to the national population, overrepresented. Shockingly, Christians, Buddhists and Sikhs are underrepresented – all less than 1\%.

Is jamjamia more diverse than NLSIU?

Jamia is significantly more diverse and inclusive than NLSIU on most counts. But the high performing students participating in international and national-level moots and debates are far less (4.8\% as opposed to 21.5\%). The two reasons for conducting this study is that it can foster discourse on inclusivity and diversity in education.