New Delhi: On Friday, Jamia Millia Islamia established the “Mushirul Hasan Endowment,” (MHE) named after the legendary historian and former vice-chancellor of Jamia Milia University, Mushirul Hasan. As part of the endowment, an annual post-doctoral fellowship and two post-graduate merit-cum-means scholarships would be obtainable for the students.
An official notice from the university read, “An institution builder and educationist Prof. Mushirul Hasan devoted the major part of his academic life to the JMI. He taught history for long and served as Pro-Vice-Chancellor and eventually as the Vice-Chancellor.” 15th August is the birth anniversary of the late professor. He was true devotee in the field of education
Mushirul Hasan was the professor of history. He devoted a major part of his theoretical life to the university, There he also served as a pro-vice-chancellor and eventually as vice-chancellor from 2004 to 2009. Hasan passed away in 2018 after a protracted illness.
Zoya Hasan, Hasan’s wife and a former professor of political science at Jawaharlal Nehru University proposed to donate Rs 1.50 crore for its creation. She served as a member of the National Commission for Minorities from 2006 to 2009 . She was a visiting professor to several foreign universities.
Jamia Millia Islamia Ranked top among all the central universities. University also secured the rank in the top 10 universities in the country. According to the Human Resource Development Ministry’s National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF).
Above all,with an Inclusive score of 90%,
JMI beats other prestigious universities. Jawaharlal Nehru University, Aligarh Muslim University and Rajiv Gandhi University in Arunachal Pradesh have been in the list. Jamia was in the ranking of the Top 10 universities in the country earlier in june. By the Human Resource Development Ministry’s National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF).
When the 30 students from the university’s Residential Coaching Academy for excellence cracked the hardest exam of the country U.P.S.C.
Additionally, Jamia was also in the headline in the first week of August.
Jamia students lead the protests against the new citizenship law that was introduced by the Modi government in December 2019. Students made protests calmly and they were inhumanly attacked by Delhi Police in the presence of public on December 15,2019