Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) B.Tech. and B.Arch. Admissions 2020: Eligibility, Admission Process, Dates

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Jamia Millia Islamia offers B.Tech and B.Arch programs at UG level. Admissions to B.Tech. and B.Arch is granted on the basis of the rank obtained in JEE (Main) conducted by NTA. 

Candidates seeking admission to /B.Arch offered by Jamia Millia Islamia needs to fill online application available on JMI website. The application fee of INR 700 is to be paid online via Debit/Credit card or Net Banking. Jamia Milia University has special reservation provisions for students coming from Muslim/ Muslim women/ Differently abled candidates/ Kashmiri Applicants/ J&k Applicants/ Foreign Applicants. Read more: JMI Admission 2020

How To Apply

Applications to B.Tech/ B.Arch of Jamia Milia Islamia can be made online. In order to complete the application process correctly, aspirants can follow the steps given below:

  1. Visit the Jamia Millia Islamia website.
  2. The Online Form submission process consists of two-phases viz. Candidate’s Registration (Entry of Basic Profile of the Candidate) and Entrance Application Submission (Choosing of Program(s), Category and Submission of Entrance Application Fee).
  3. Provide correct credentials and register using a valid email id, upload scanned copy of photograph and signature.
  4. Remit the registration fee of INR 550/- either by Net Banking/Debit/Credit card.
  5. Submit the application form to complete the application process.

The following details are mandatory to be ready with the candidate before filling the form:

  • E-mail ID
  • Mobile Number
  • Scanned Photo
  • Scanned Signature
  • Credit/Debit Card (in case of online payment)


B.Tech/B.ECivil Engineering10+2 or equivalent with 55% marks in all three Physics, Chemistry, and Maths as main subjects from a recognized board or  3 or 4-yearDiploma in Engineering recognized by the AICTE or State Board with at least 55% marks.
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Mechanical Engineering


Muslim Applicants30%
Muslim Women Applicants10%
Muslim OBC/ST Applicants10%
Applicants with Disabilities3%
Internal (Jamia School) Students5%
Kashmiri Migrants1 seat
Candidates from J&K1 seat
Foreign Candidates (General)10%
ICCR Sponsored Candidates5%
NRI Students5%
Foreign Passport Holding Students10%

Admission Process

Selection to and B.Arch. courses is based on the rank/marks scored by the candidate in JEE Main. Applicants seeking admission in B.Tech. courses must appear in JEE (Main) Paper 1 examination. For admission to B.Arch. courses applicant must appear in JEE (Main) Paper 2 examination.

The allotment of seats will be according to JMI's Admission Procedure. The reservation of seats and merit will be solely based on rank obtained in JEE (Main). The selected candidates will be given a date to appear for the admission formalities. These candidates are required to bring self-attested copies of JMI's Acknowledgement Slip, Registration Slip, JEE (Main) Admit Card, and JEE (Main) Score Card along with the following documents:

  • 10+2 or equivalent exam's Marksheet
  • Age proof (High School/Senior Secondary School's Marksheet)
  • Proof of entitlement to any reserved category (if applicable)
  • Character Certificate from the last attended institute
  • Certificate from M.B.B.S. doctor/Govt. Hospital certifying blood group
  • In case of gap period, certificate from class –1 gazetted officer to certify no indulgence in criminal behavior
  • Proof of address along with name and location of nearest police station

Fees for the first year can be paid by cash, online, or demand draft.


Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is an all India common engineering entrance examination of objective pattern which is conducted for admission in various engineering colleges and courses all over the country. It is regarded internationally as one of the most challenging engineering admission tests.

The test consists of Paper – 1 (for B.Tech.) and Paper – 2 (for B.Arch.)

Both papers are of 3 hours and consist of 30 MCQ's each with 4 marks for correct and –1 marks for incorrect answer.       

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College



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