Jamia Millia Islami (JMI), based in New Delhi, scored 90 percentage points in a performance evaluation conducted from 40 central universities. The Rajiv Gandhi University of Arunachal Pradesh was second at 83 percentage points and Aligarh Muslim University was third at 78 percentage points.
For the year 2019-20, Jamia Millia Islamia has been identified by the Department of Education ‘s ranking of central universities as one of the country’s top universities. The score is based on the three-party agreement between the UGC and the department of higher learning.
For the year 2019-20, JMI has achieved an overall evaluation score of 95.23 percent as reported in a letter sent by the MHRD. It suggests, in a press release, that the administration and members of the faculty have a strong priority on achieving the goal and the ability to achieve it.
JMI Vice Chancellor Prof. Najma Akhtar has expressed her happiness and pleasure at the achievement and said the achievement of this event is all the more important as the period of difficulty that the university has passed in recent history.
Their success had been due to the university’s high-quality teaching, appropriate and concentrated work and their better understanding and they hoped to boost their performance in the years ahead.
The assessment is based on parameters such as UG, PG, and Ph.D. intake, MPhil. The ratio of students accepted from other nations, the ratio of foreign students, the ratio between student and teacher, the qualifications of the faculty, etc.
The university that always has been a point for protests successfully declared its value in the country.