Jamia Hamdard, Delhi

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Why Study in Jamia Hamdard

The history of Jamia Hamdard begins with the establishment of a small Unani clinic in the year 1906 by Hakeem Hafiz Abdul Majeed, one of the well-known practitioners of Unani System of Medicine of his time. Hakeem Hafiz Abdul Majeed had a vision of making the practice of Unani Medicine into a scientific discipline so that Unani medicines could be dispensed in a more efficacious manner to patients. He gave the name “Hamdard” to his venture which means “sympathy for all and sharing of pain”. His illustrious son, Hakeem Abdul Hameed, carried forward the philosophy and objectives of Hamdard in independent India. Even at the time of partition of India in 1947, Hakeem Abdul Hameed was dreaming of setting up a complex of educational institutions which would concentrate on highlighting the contribution of Islam and Islamic culture to Indian civilization and development of Unani medicines for curing diseases

On 22 Shawwal, 1367 Hijri, corresponding to 28th August, 1948, Hamdard, which was a commercial enterprise at that time, was converted into a Wakf, with the object of giving effect to Islamic teachings of public charity including health and education. In 1964, Hamdard National Foundation was created with a view to receive and disburse the profits earned by Hamdard (Wakf) Laboratories. Hamdard National Foundation was to take up charitable causes in the areas of education, medical relief and the advancement of knowledge, consistent with the principles of the true teachings of Islam. For setting up a complex of research and educational institutions, Hakeem Abdul Hameed purchased a piece of land in Tughlaqabad area of South Delhi which was hardly inhabited in those times. In order to implement and execute the objects of Wakf as enshrined in the Wakf deed, Hakeem Abdul Hameed and his Muslim associates, established several institutions for teaching and research as given below.

In 1962, Hakeem Abdul Hameed set up the Institute of History of Medicine and Medical Research with the object of promoting education and research in the history of medicine, besides appraising the principles of medicine. In 1963, Hakeem Abdul Hameed and his Muslim friends and associates set up Indian Institute of Islamic Studies with a view to promote the study of Islamic Culture and Civilization especially its contribution to Indian society and culture. In 1963, Hamdard Tibbi College was set up in Gali Qasim Jaan, Old Delhi. It was later shifted to Jamia Hamdard Campus in 1980 to provide education in Unani Medicine to students so that the heritage of Unani Medicine largely available in Arabic and Persian is passed on to the students of next generation.

In 1972, Hamdard College of Pharmacy was set up with the objective of providing education and training in all branches of pharmacy. The year 1989 saw the fulfilment of the dream of Hakeem Abdul Hameed when Jamia Hamdard was given the status of Deemed to be University by the Ministry of Human Resource Development on 10th May, 1989. All the above named institutions set up by Hakeem Abdul Hameed and his friends and associates were amalgamated into Jamia Hamdard. In a brief period of only ten years, Jamia Hamdard has evolved into an institution fulfilling the objects of the wakf, which has funded it. It was a day of great joy for Hakeem Abdul Hameed, founder and the moving spirit behind all the institutions promoted by Hamdard and his large number of friends and associates. As a means of thanking the Almighty Allah for His guidance to its founder and his associates, Jamia Hamdard adopted a Seal with the following ayat from Sura al-Jum’a from the Holy Quran:

Jamia Hamdard was conceived as a seat of higher learning in Unani Medicine, Islamic Studies, Biosciences, Pharmacy, Nursing and other areas of knowledge by its founder as a means of fulfilling the objects of the wakf. Over a period of last ten years, Jamia Hamdard has emerged as an outstanding institution of higher learning with distinct and focused academic programmes. Graduate programme in Information Technology and Computer Applications and Post-graduate programmes in Information Technology, Computer Applications, Business Management, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy have been started in the last few years. Undergraduate programmes in Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy are being introduced from this year. Jamia Hamdard offers postgraduate and doctoral programmes in several disciplines for which advanced facilities are available.

Courses Offered by HIMSR

S.No.

Course

1 MBBS – General Category
2 MBBS Management Quota
3 Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
4 Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)
5 BSc in Medical Laboratory Techniques (BMLT)
6 BSc in Dialysis Techniques (BDT)
7 BSc in Emergency & Trauma Care Techniques (BETCT)
8 BSc in Optometry (BOPT)
9 BSc in Medical Imaging Technology (BMIT)
10 BSc in Operation Theatre Techniques (BOTT)
11 BSc in Cardiology Laboratory Techniques (BCLT)
12 BSc. in Medical Record & Health Information Management (BMR & HIM)
13 BSc in Medical Laboratory Techniques (BSc-MLT) 3rd Semester (Lateral Entry)
14 BSc in Dialysis Techniques (BDT) 3rd Semester (Lateral Entry)
 15 BSc in Optometry (BOPT) 3rd Semester (Lateral Entry)
 16 BSc in Medical Imaging Technology (BMIT) 3rd Semester (Lateral Entry)
 17 BSc in Operation Theatre Techniques (BOTT) 3rd Semester (Lateral Entry)
 18 BSc in Cardiology Laboratory Techniques (BCLT) 3rd Semester (Lateral Entry)
 19 BSc. in Medical Record & Health Information Management (BMR & HIM) 3rd Semester (Lateral Entry)
 20 Post Graduate Diploma in Preventive Cardiology
 21 Diploma in X-Ray & ECG Techniques (DXE)
 22 Diploma in Dialysis Techniques (DDT)
 23 Diploma in Operation Theater Techniques (DOTT)
 24 Diploma in Medical Record & Health Information Management (DMR&HIM)
 25 MOT (Musculoskeletal)
 26 MOT (Paediatrics)
 27 MPT (Musculoskeletal)
 28 MPT (Cardio – Pulmonary)
 29 MPT (Neurology)
 30 MPT (Sports)
 31 MSc. Medical Microbiology
 32 MSc. Medical Physiology
 33 PhD (Medical Microbiology)
 34 PhD (Medical Physiology)
 35 PhD (Medical Biochemistry)
 36 PhD (Pathology)
 37 PhD (Pharmacology)
 38 PhD (Medicine)
 39 PhD (Rehabilitation Sciences)

Courses offered by School of Pharmaceutical Education and Research

S.No.

Course

1 B.Pharm
2 B.Pharm II-nd Year (Lateral Entry)
3 D Pharm
4 M.Pharm (Pharmacology)
5 M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics)
6 M.Pharm (Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry)
7 M.Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
8 M.Pharm (Quality Assurance)
9 M.Pharm (Pharmaceutical Biotechnology)
10 M.Pharm (Pharmaceutical Analysis)
11 M.Pharm (Pharmacy Practice)
12 PhD (Pharmacology & Pharmacology with Specialization in Pharmacy Practice)
13 PhD (Pharmaceutics & Pharmaceutics with specialization in Quality Assurance)
14 PhD (Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry and Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry with specialization in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology)
15 PhD (Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Pharmaceutical Chemistry with Specialization in Pharmaceutical Analysis)
16 PhD-Pharmaceutical Medicine

Courses offered by School of Chemical & Life Sciences

S.No.

Course

1 MSc (Clinical Research)
2 MSc. Biotechnology
3 MSc. Biochemistry
4 MSc. Toxicology
5 MSc. Chemistry
6 MSc. Botany
7 PhD (Biotechnology)
8 PhD (Toxicology)
9 PhD (Chemistry)
10 PhD (Botany)
11 PhD (Biochemistry)
12 PhD Clinical and Translational Sciences

Courses offered by School of Unani Medicine

S.No.

Course

1 BUMS
 2 Pre Tib
 3 Certificate Course of Unani Dispenser
 4 MD (Moalijat)
 5 MD (Ilmul Advia)
 6 MD Tahaffuzi-wa-Samaji Tib

Courses offered by School of Management and Business Studies

S.No.

Course

1 BBA
2 MBA (General ) – Summer / Winter Session
3 MBA (Health & Hospital Management)
4 MBA (Pharmaceutical Management)
5 PhD (Management)
6 PhD (Health Management)
7 PhD (Pharmaceutical Management)

Courses offered by School of Engineering Sciences & Technology (SEST)

S.No.

Course

1 B.Tech (Computer Science & Engineering) (CSE)
2 B.Tech (Electronics and Communication Engineering) (ECE)
3 BCA / B.Sc. (IT)
4 M.Tech. (Information Security & Cyber Forensics)
5 M.Tech (Computer Science & Engineering)
6 M.Tech (Computer Science & Engineering) Part Time
7 MCA
8 PhD (Computer Science)
9 PhD (Computer Science & Engineering)

Courses offered by School of Humanities & Social Sciences

S.No.

Course

1 BA (Honors) Islamic Studies
2 Part -Time Certificate course in Persian Language
3 Part -Time Diploma course in Persian Language
4 MA (Islamic Studies)
5 MA (Human Rights)
6 MPhil (Federal Studies)
7 PhD (Federal Studies)
8 PhD (Islamic Studies)

Courses offered by School of Nursing Sciences & Allied Health

S.No.

Course

1 BSc (Hons.) Nursing
2 Post Basic BSc Nursing
3 MSc – Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing)
4 MSc – Nursing (Community Health Nursing)
5 MSc – Nursing (Obstetric & Gynaecology Nursing)
6 MSc – Nursing (Paediatric Nursing)
7 MSc – Nursing (Psychiatric Nursing)
8 Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery (DGNM)
9 PhD (Nursing)

Courses offered by School of Interdisciplinary Sciences

S.No.

Course

1 B.Tech (Food Technology)
2 M.Tech (Food Technology)
3 PhD (Bioinformatics)
4 PhD (Chemoinformatics)
5 PhD (Food & Fermentation Technology)


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