Jamia Millia Islamia to start admission under distance learning mode, Check details

Jamia Millia Islamia CDOL Admission: Jamia MiIlia Islamia has been offering admission to various courses in the distance mode learning programme. The admission process has been going on in almost all over the country and the students who have passed the class 12th exam have been trying to get a seat for themselves. However, many students have been unable to get a seat for themselves in the regular colleges. Such students have to enrol themselves in the distance mode education. The students who are looking for admission in the distance mode of education need to keep in mind that the JMI is to start the admission process soon.

Jamia Millia Islamia is offering admission for Distance Mode programmes in various courses. The students should know that the courses are run by the Centre for Distance and Open Learning (CDOL). As per the reports, the admission process in Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) will begin from the second week of July 2019. The admission will be granted for the academic session 2019-20. The students who want to take admission in JMI need to take note of it. As per the sources of the university, the prospectus and application forms will be uploaded on the official website of the university jmi.ac.in/cdol.

The process of admission will start from the second week of July 2019 and the last date for completion of admission formalities is August 31, 2019. The students who are interested to take admission in JMI need to know the courses for which the admission will be granted. Here are the details of the courses offered by the university:

PG Programmes (CBCS Based Semester Mode): MBA, M.A. in English, Hindi, History, Political Science, Public Administration, Sociology, Education, Human Resource Management

PG Programmes (Annual Mode): M.Com, M.A HRM

UG Programmes: (Annual Mode): B.Ed., BA General, B.Com, BBA, BCIBF

PG Diploma, Diploma and Certificate Programmes: PGDGC, PGDGI, DECCE, CCHNT, CIT


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