Jamia Hamdard University
Jamia Hamdard University, New Delhi wishes to invite willing candidates to join UG, PG courses starting in the academic year 2013.
Courses offered by the University
Ø BA LL.B
Ø PG Diploma
B.Tech course: Candidates should be 12th class passed from a reputed board.
M.Tech: Candidates must be Graduate from any stream of Technology or Engg with 60% marks from a reputed University.
MBBS Course: The selection is done on the achievement in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET)-2013 organized by CBSE.
M.Pharm: Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, Pharmacology, Pharmacy Practice, Quality Assurance, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Analysis
Essential Criteria: Candidates are selected on the basis of Entrance Test-2013 organized by Jamia Hamdard & on the achievement in the GPAT-2013 organized by AICTE. Read more at recruitmentdetails.com
Note: For other courses candidates must go to the website: http://www.jamiahamdard.edu/
Fee Strucutre: Indian candidates have to pay Rs.500/- for Indian Nationals & Foreign Nationals/NRI/Sponsored candidates Rs.1500/- or US$ 30 as an application amount. There is no fee for Jamia Hamdard employees' candidates.
Application Procedure: Candidates can download the application form from the official website at www.jamiahamdard.edu or they can get it by post via DD in favour of “Jamia Hamdard University” payable at New Delhi. Completely filled application form with DD should be submitted to the following address -
Assistant Registrar (Admissions),
Jamia Hamdard University,
Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi – 110062
Closing date for the 2013 session: End of May
Jamia Hamdard is situated in New Delhi, India. It was set up in 1989.The story of Jamia Hamdard started with the foundation of a small Unani clinic in 1906 by Hakeem Hafiz Abdul Majeed. He was one of the famous specialists of Unani System of Medicine of that period. He had a dream of changing of Unani Medicine into a scientific view to cure the patients in proper effective way. He introduced the name "Hamdard" to his attempt that means "sharing of pain & sympathy for all."