The Jamia Millia Islamia has extended the date for admissions to the students of Jammu and Kashmir due to the communication gap that ensued following the abrogation of Article 370 provision for the state, officials. The date has been extended to 10th October 2019 according to the letter written by the varsity registrar to the resident commissioner, J & K.
The vice-chancellor of the Jamia is pleased to extend the admission date up to 10th October 2019 for Jammu and Kashmir students who could not report in time to complete the formalities of admission. The affected students can submit the applications to the office of the Resident Commissioner, Jammu and Kashmir, till 10th October 2019, said the letter.
In correspondence written to Resident Commissioner of Jammu and Kashmir, by the Varsity Registrar, it was declared that several students had approached the university authorities for admissions. It appears that the students have applied and also appeared for the exam but failed to see the results due to which they were not able to report to the formalities in admission, said the varsity.
It is appropriate that the office of the Resident Commissioner, J & K act as nodal agency to collect all the applications of the appeared candidates who were in the merit list but could not complete the formalities of admissions due to the communication gap owing to prevailing situation in the state with effect from 5th August 2019, the varsity wrote in the letter.
Before the date for contacting the Resident Commissioner of J & K was 1st October 2019 but now it is extended to 10th October 2019.
The Resident Commissioner will submit the list of candidates, who were shortlisted for admission, and then a committee will check the names with its records and they will be granted admission.