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Way2k 3 Oct 2012
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B.Tech: popular choice among students
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The admission process at Jamia Millia Islamia is over for the academic session of 2012-13, with the new session beginning in July. The university, this year, received the largest number of applications for its engineering courses, followed by popular courses in mass communication, social sciences, biotechnology , education and Bachelor's of business studies (BBS). The university received as many as 30,000 applications for a total of 350 seats to its B.Tech course at the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, while the course in diploma engineering saw a significant rise in the number of applications to about 11,000 this year as compared to 9,000 last year.

B.Tech: popular choice among students

According to Mehtab Alam, officiating dean and head of civil engineering, every year a large number of students appear for the B.Tech entrance exam. "It is a sought-after choice among students for several reasons. The faculty here is strong and the environment is disciplined. These days, students are more interested in electronics and computer engineering, with an increased number of girl-students opting for the course." The university has put up the list of candidates who have cleared the B.Tech entrance test. Also, the department of English has declared the result of candidates short-listed for interview for admission to M.A and MPhil for this academic session.

To check their results, candidates can log on to www.jmi.ac.in

Courtesy: Times of India

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