New Delhi, Mar 13: Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) on Monday extended the last date to fill online application forms for various courses. The last date for applying online has been till March 14. Interested students can now visit the official website of JMI and apply for the courses, they are interested in, on or before March 14. Also Read - USA's Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Invites 3 Jamia Millia Islamia Alumni to Judge The Oscars

In the official notification dated March 9, the Controller of Examination mentioned the courses for which the last date has been extended. The courses are: Also Read - Jamia Millia Islamia Secures 6th Spot in QS World University Rankings Despite Broiling in Political Controversies

A)- B.Tech & B.Arch Also Read - 'They Cry For An Elephant But Have No Empathy For A Woman': Twitter Enraged After Pregnant Safoora Zargar Denied Bail Yet Again

B)- M.Phil/Ph.D

C)- UG/PG/Diploma/Advance Diploma/PG Diploma/Certificate

The last date to edit forms has also been extended till March 18. Links to online forms are available on www.jmicoe.in.

The university has introduced nine new courses from this academic session. The courses are:

a) Master of Library & Information Science
b) PG Diploma in Air & space law
c) Diploma in Korean Language
d) Certificate in Ticketing & Air Fare Construction
e) Certificate in Tour guiding & Leadership
f) Certificate in Escorting & Tour Management
g) Certificate in Medical and Wellness Tourism
h) M.Sc. in Disaster Management and Climate Sustainability Studies
i) PG Diploma in Labour Law

The written test for admission to the above courses will be held at seven centers across the country; Patna, Lucknow, Srinagar, Guwahati, Calicut and Kolkata and Delhi.

Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) is a NAAC Accredited ‘A’ Grade central university located in Delhi. It became a central university by an act of Parliament in 1988. The university was established by Muslim leaders and freedom fighters in 1920. Among the founding leaders were the Ali brothers, Mohammad Ali Jouhar and Shaukat Ali. In 2006, the Sultan of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah of Saudi Arabia paid a visit to the university and donated $30 million for the construction of a library. That library is known as Dr. Zakir Husain Library (Central Library).