Under leadership of 2 women, Jamia reaches new heights, ranks first in list of Central Universities
Jamia Millia Islamia reached new heights under the leadership of two women: Vice Chancellor Najma Akhtar and Chancellor Dr Najma Heptulla. According to media reports, the iconic university which now is 100 years old has ranked first in list of Central Universities ahead of JNU and AMU, which is being celebrated by students and alumnus on the virtual world due to pandemic.
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In rankings released by the Ministry of Education, Jamia has bagged the first spot among all Central universities with a score of 90 per cent.
Jamia had a score of 90 per cent, compared to 83 of Rajiv Gandhi University of Arunachal Pradesh, 82 of JNU and 78 of Aligarh Muslim University, claimed a TOI report.
“Jamia also did well on other parameters of governance, finance, national and international rankings like NIRF, NAAC and QS as well as co-curricular and extracurricular activities,” said the statement.
V-C Akhtar attributed the achievement to “high-quality teaching, relevant and focused research of highest quality and improved perception of the university” and hoped to improve the performance in the coming years.