Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) has declared the result of Class XII (Regular)- Science, Arts and Commerce streams today. Out of the total students assessed in all the three streams 52.35% were boys and 47.65% were girls. The result is available online at http://jmicoe.in.In Science stream Mohammad Qadir Nawab topped the examination with 95% marks. Rashid Zaman secured second position with 93.6% marks and Sidra Bukhari got third position with 93.4 % marks. In Arts stream Zulekha Akhtar secured first rank with 96.8% marks.
Sheikh Waris Ahmed Azad got the second position by securing 95.2% marks and Kulsoom Fatama secured third position with 94.8 % marks.In Commerce stream Hana, Iffat Jahan and Arham Khan secured first, second and third position respectively. Hana got 94.6 %, Iffat Jahan secured 92.8 % and Arham Khan got 91.8% of marks. JMI Vice Chancellor Prof. Akhter congratulated the successful students and wished them bright future.
She hoped that they would contribute meaningfully to nation building and bring laurels to the institution.Prof. Akhtar said that those who missed to secure top positions by a few numbers should not be disheartened and work hard for the competitions and challenges ahead in life. She appreciated the efforts of the Registrar, JMI Prof. Nazim Husain Jafri, Deans & other faculty members who worked tirelessly for the smooth conduct of the exam. She also appreciated the efforts of the staff members of the Controller of Examination Office for timely declaration of results.In Science stream 99.79% students cleared the exam while in Arts stream total pass percentage was 97.46%. In Commerce stream a total of 98.24% students cleared the examination.
In Science and Arts stream girls outshine boys in passing the exam. In Science stream 168 male and 170 female candidates secured first division with distinction while a total of 151 students including boys and girls got simple first division. In Arts stream 96 male and 128 female students secured first division with distinction while 114 students secured simple first division. In Commerce stream 66 male and 34 female students secured first division with distinction while 68 students secured simple first division.