- How to make contribution?
- Scholarship amount
- Title of the scholarship
- Mode of transfer of contribution
- Presently operated scholarships
- List of academic programmes
In a very short period of about 14 years Jamia Hamdard has emerged as one of the most important centres of learning in Delhi. Moreover, its accreditation by National Accreditation and Assessment Council (NAAC), which has given it ‘A’ grade, has resulted in massive influx of students to its faculties. University has scaled new heights as it offers one of the best faculty, research infrastructure and student amenities in India. University receives generous support from Hamdard National Foundation which was set up by its founder, Hakeem Abdul Hameed Sahib for promotion of education amongst the most needy and poor section of the society. University also receives partial support form Government agencies. However, all this is not enough. In order to strengthen our academic activities we need moral as well as financial support from our well-wishers. We are happy to inform that many well-wishers and friends of our mission have come forward to join hands with us. Fifteen scholarships have been constituted out of the contributions received from generous contributors (see the list given below).
It is also important to enlighten you at this juncture that most of the students who join our university are not from very sound financial background. Many of them study here on loans from banks and other sources. A small contribution for them will go a long way in easing out their financial difficulties. We try to help them out. University has created Student Aid Fund. A number of students have been benefited with this fund.
We will be happy to receive contribution from our Alumni, Well-wishers, Corporate World, Governmental and Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Charitable Organizations from all over the world. Rest assured, contribution would be utilized for meaningful purposes. Names of students and his/her academic progress will be intimated to the contributor, if wished so.
How to make contribution?
At present a sum of Indian Rs. 500 (US$ 12) per month is given to selected student for a full academic year (10 months). It may vary depending upon the desire of contributor. For this purpose a minimum contribution of Indian Rs. 50,000 (US$ 1200 or equivalent amount in other currencies) may be required. This amount is suitably invested to make it operational for purpose of disbursing the scholarship. Amount less than the above will also be accepted.
Title of the scholarship
A contributor can suggest the name of the scholarship and he/she can also suggest the course from where the awardee will be selected. List of courses offered by Jamia Hamdard is given below. Our assessment revealed that the most needy students join the following course:
Bachelor in Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S.)
Diploma in Nursing & Midwifery (D.G.N.M.)
Diploma in Medical Lab Technology (D.M.L.T.)
If the contribution is less that Indian Rs. 50,000 the scholarship will be named as Jamia Hamdard scholarship.
Mode of transfer of contribution
The funds for scholarships should be payable to Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi. A proper receipt of amount will be issued after realization of amount.
Indian contributors may please note that Donations/Contributions to Jamia Hamdard are exempted from Income Tax under Section 80(G) of IT Act.
Foreign contributors paying in US Dollars: Please credit to Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, Account No. 544774311 in the name of Bank of India, New York for further credit to Bank of India, New Delhi Overseas Branch Account No. 0003325013 in favour of Jamia Hamdard S.B. Account No. 10312 with Bank of India, Nehru Place Branch, Jamia Hamdard Extension Counter, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi 110 062.
Foreign contributors paying in Pounds Sterling: Please credit to Bank of India London Branch for credit to Bank of India, New Delhi Overseas Branch Account No. 011/11/00110/01 for further credit to Jamia Hamdard S.B. Account No. 10312 with Bank of India, Nehru Place Branch, Jamia Hamdard Extension Counter, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi 110 062.
Contributions in other foreign currencies are also accepted.
Foreign contributions are regulated by the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) 1976 of India. The FCRA no. of Jamia Hamdard is 231650710.
While making contribution, a contributor may suggest the name of course and also the mode of selection. However, sometime it may not be possible to exactly follow these requests.
For any clarification contact the Registrar of university (Dr. Firdous A. Wani ) at +91-11-26059688 Ext. 5301, Fax: +91-11-26059663, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presently operated scholarships
The following scholarships are also available for the students during the current session. All the scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit. Due consideration is also given to student’s financial needs.
1. Hakim Abdul Majeed Scholarship
For the students who have secured highest % of marks in the last annual examinations of B. Pharm or B.Pharm (Unani) I, II and III year (under regular fee), BUMS I, II and III professional, B.Sc. (Nursing) I, II and III year and M.Sc. I year.
2. Hakim Abdul Hameed Fellowship
For a student of M.D. (Unani).
3. Maulana Wahid Hussain Memorial Merit-cum-Fee Scholarship
For a student of BUMS IInd prof on the basis of merit and need.
4. Dr. Maqbool Husain Jafri Memorial Scholarship
For a student of BUMS IIIrd prof on the basis of merit and need.
5. Tasmia Merit Scholarship
For a student of M.Sc. IInd year (Biotechnology) on the basis of merit of the candidate.
6. Nurul Hasan Memorial Scholarship
For a student of M.Sc. IInd year (Biotechnology) who has secured highest marks.
7. Akhtar Hussain Memorial Merit Scholarship
For a student who joins BUMS course from Pre-Tibb on the basis of merit.
8. Hakim S.A. Jamil Qadri Memorial Scholarship
For a student of B.Pharm 1st year (U) on the basis of need and eligibility.
9. Maulana Shibli Nomani Scholarship
For a student of B. Pharm. (Unani) IInd Year (SFS)
(General) who secures highest marks in B. Pharm (Unani) Ist year.
10. Jamboonathan Means-cum-Merit Scholarship
For a B.Sc. (Nursing) IInd year student who have secured highest % of marks in Ist year of the programme.
11. Prof. A.K.M. Ghouse Means-cum-Merit Scholarship
For a student of M.Sc. IInd year (Environmental Botany) on the basis of merit.
12. Anchrom Means-cum-Merit Scholarship
For a student of M.Sc. IInd year (Chemistry-Industrial Applications) on the basis of merit status of the candidate.
13. Hind Agro Industries Merit Scholarship
For a student of M.Sc. IInd year (Toxicology) on the basis of merit cum financial need of the candidate.
14. Dr. Manoj Varshney Scholarship
For a student of M.Sc. IInd year (Chemistry-Industrial Applications) on the basis of merit.
15. Late Maulvi Shabbir Ahmad Scholarship
For the topper of annual examination of Pre-tibb.
16. Tasneema Fellowship
For a female student of M.Sc. II year (Toxicology) for studies on Regulatory Toxicology.
17. Mrs. Farida Haque Scholarship
For first year student of M.Sc DGNM on the basis of means only and also if she is eligible to receive Zakat.
18. Musharraf Hussain Jafri Scholarship
For students of Diploma in Medical Lab Techniques II year on the merit-cum-need basis.
19. Syed Abdul Karim Scholarship
For a student of Diploma in X-ray and ECG Techniques II year, on the merit-cum-need basis.
20. A limited no. of Hamdard National Foundation (HNF) Fellowships are available for Ph.D. students.
21. Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Ajmeri (Gharib Nawaz) merit-cum-means scholarship
To be awarded on the basis of essay writing competition on the life and work of khwaja Nawaz
22. Dr. L.M. Singhvi Gold Medallion (or Silver Shield) of accolade
For the first and second winner of essay competition on a subject of topical importance of inter-faith dialogue conducted every year. The award will be administered by the department of Islamic Studies.
23. Hamdard Centenary Celebrations Scholarship for BUMS students:
24. Hamdard Centenary Celebrations Scholarships for students under SFS category
25. Prof. Syed Vahiduddin Scholarship
To be given to the needy students.
26. SAF Madanjeet Singh Scholarship
To be given to the following students of under Distance:
- PG Diploma in Bio-Informatics (PGDBI)
- PG Diploma in Chemo-Informatics (PGDCI)
- PG Diploma in Dietetics & Therapeutics Nutrition (PGDDTN)
- PG Diploma in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs (PGDPRA)
Dean, Students welfare is the coordinator for scholarships, students are advised to see the notice boards regularly for award of these scholarships.
University solicits support from Alumni and philanthropists to institute the scholarships for meritorious and needy students in the course of their choice. The minimum amount of contribution to institute a scholarship is Rs. 50000 (US$ 1200). Detailed information for institution of scholarship is provided on the web site under the link About Giving and Sharing.
Faculty-wise list of academic programmes
| Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (B.O.Th.)
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (B.P.Th.)
Master of Occupational Therapy (M.O.Th.)
Master of Physiotherapy (M.P.Th.),
Diploma in Medical Laboratory
Diploma in X-ray and ECG Technology
Diploma in Operation Theatre
Diploma in Dialysis Techniques
Faculty of Islamic Studies
M.A. and Ph.D. in Islamic Studies,
Faculty of Management
and Information Technology
Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)
Master of Computer Applications
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Ph.D. in Management and Computer
Faculty of Medicine
MD (Unani) Ilmul Advia, Moalijat
Faculty of Nursing
Diploma in General Nursing and
Faculty of Pharmacy
Diploma Programmes in Pharmacy (D.Pharm)
Bachelor Programmes in Pharmacy (B.Pharm)
Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm), and
Faculty of Science
M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Biochemistry,