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For results & verification, kindly provide your enrollment number to your exam centre and to this email : jamiaurduhind@gmail.com. Only exam centre is competent authority to verify the nationality of the student. For Call/SMS and Whats App and all queries , approach your exam centre.

Time-Table of Examination-2019
TIME : 10.00 A.M – 12.00 A.M AND 01.00 P.M – 3.00 P.M

JUH is neither Board nor University. JUH means to promote Urdu language, script and culture of national importance within the meaning of NCMEI Act, NCLM Report, the Constitutional Rights(Article 14-16, 19(1), 21, 29, 30, 45, 46, 120, 210, 343-351 ). It is stand alone unaided non-formal minority institution of traditional/oriental/occidental learning for dropouts based on orders from UNESCO of United Nations, Supreme Court Judgments, Statutory Bodies, NCMEI, CABE & NMCME of MHRD and UGC Guidelines. Areas of application is primarily private universities, organized and semi-organized sectors though Arabic, Persian and Urdu get jobs in gulf countries, USA, Canada etc cutting down the unemployment index of India sharply.

Instructions to students for the examinations
1. Admit Card is compulsory for all students and it should be brought to the examination hall.
2. Do not come late for the examination. You are expected to be available in the examination hall at least half an hour before the commencement of examination. In rare situations, you will be permitted to enter into the examination hall during the first half an hour from the commencement of the examination. Students who are late to an examination will not get extra time.
3. Before entering into the hall, check yourself to ensure you do not possess mobile phones, programmable calculators, electronic gadgets, any material notes pertaining to the examination etc
4. Do not TALK / GESTURE inside the examination hall
6. Check whether you have collected the correct question paper, Read the instructions given in the question paper and follow the same.
7. Do not commence reading or writing until instructed to do so. Write clearly; illegible answers will not be awarded marks
9. Put your signature and write the Answer Booklet Serial Number in the attendance sheet
10. Do not tear any pages out of the answer book. Rough working may be done in the last page of the answer book. Clearly cross out rough working before handing over your answer book
11. Bring pen, pencil, scale, calculator, eraser etc that are required for the examination. DO NOT BORROW ANY ARTICLES INSIDE THE EXAMINATION HALL
12. Normally students will not be permitted to go outside the examination hall before handing over answer booklet. In rare situations, students will be permitted to go outside the examination hall for toilets, accompanied by a teacher / attendant
13. Do not leave the hall during the examination and you are required to sit for the whole duration
14. If you require any assistance, please raise your hand
15. Stop writing when you are instructed to do so at the end of the examination and REMAIN SEATED UNTIL ALL PAPERS HAVE BEEN COLLECTED and you are told that you may leave the hall
16. Severe penalties apply for misconduct, cheating, possession of unauthorized materials, improper use of materials, unauthorized removal of materials from examination rooms or ignoring the instructions given by supervisors. STUDENTS ARE REMINDED THAT CHEATING IS REGARDED AS AN ACT OF GRAVE MISCONDUCT FOR WHICH THERE ARE HEAVY PENALTIES APPLIED, INCLUDING A FAIL IN THE SUBJECT/ CANCELLATION OF ALL SUBJECTS WRITTEN IN THE SEMESTER / DEBARRING FROM THE EXAMINATION AND POSSIBLE EXPULSION FROM THE EXAM HALL
1. Sample filled in “front page” of answer sheet has been mailed. Please follow it accordingly.
2. Please refer to the exam instructions for students and instruct them accordingly.
3. You are required to sign beside the invigilator’s sign.
4. Question Papers will be sent on the examination day through e-mail for both morning and afternoon session
5. All question papers will consist of 5 questions with (a) or (b) choice for each question. Student needs to attend any one question under each number.
6. No additional booklets/sheets will be provided. Students will have to answer on the same Booklet only
7. Examination ends and answer sheets should be dispatched back to JAMIA URDU HIND on the same day.

Rules & Regulations for the Exam Centre and the Examiners

Certified that the candidates mentioned overleaf who have attended Madrasa for at least over month duration prior to examination for which the students have been forwarding duly filled up application form and answer booklet on the basis of performance at the test exam held at the approved Madrasa to have good probability of passing the exams. Subjects offered in State’s Madrasa Tulolum is in accordance with the essentiality of NCF, States Madrasa Board, UGC Regulations 1985 & NPE 1968, 1986 & 1992 (Minority & NFE) and Govt Orders for Directorate of Urdu for Research in Urdu Language of National Importance, Jamia Urdu Hind. Relevant entries regarding their subjects, medium of exam/instruction, date of birth etc have been furnished as above on the basis of office records and correctness have been duly checked by us.

Moreover, certified that the Madrasa has iron gate, security guard and boundary wall for safety. Further, we undertake the responsibility to offer the services of the teachers and the premises of the Madrasa at the disposal of State’s Madrasa Tulolum (Jamia Urdu Hind) for all purposes including classes, examiners, evaluation, examinations, viva-voce, internal assessment, sessional exams, dairies of home work/practical work/project work etc.                              The Examiner (Signed and Sealed).

Those who have failed in the main examinations may appear in the supplementary examinations.

Recorrected result of Kanakashree Open School: Irshad Abdul Rahim sun of Abdul Rahim for Adeeb, Mahir  passed the exams.

Awesome Review Series (ARS)
all subjects catalogued in Falah-E-Hind Library of Jamia Urdu Hind as per NCF 2005
 Published by
JUH Press, Tughlakabaad Extention, Near Govt High School, New Delhi.
 Taught in JUH for trouble free mass education so as to attain 100% literacy in India
Authored by
Mufti of Darul Olum, Nadwatul Olum, UP
Prof Emeritus Irfan Habib, Renowned Historian, AMU,
Prof of University of California, USA
Tutors of Akash Institute, and Brilliant Institute
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Medical students of AIIMS, MAMC & JNMCH
Dr Mahbubur Rahman, Director of linguistic, Singapore
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For the following courses
Takhassus, Fazil, Kamil, Moallim, Mahir, Adeeb
Hifz-E-Quran, Islamic Science & Vocational Courses;
AMust-Read the Best Topics of all times
(1)10 Amazing & Rare Natural Phenomenon
(2)12 Great Muslim Scientists of the World
(3)100 Most Influential People
(4)First in India-Amazing Interesting Facts
(5)Largest & Smallest in India
(6)The Best Persons, Places & Works of the World
(7)The Greatest Discoveries
(8)Top 5 Mysteries of the World
(9)Top 10 Books, Films & Actors
(10)All World Wonders
(11)Important Dates & Battles of Indian History
(12)Important Dates of the World
(13)Discoveries & Inventions
Core Curriculum of JUH as per NCF 2005, Madrasa Board, UGC & CBSE
(16)Periodic Table
(19)Economy of India
(20)Art & Science of English Speaking
(22)Solar System Facts
(23)Indo-Islamic Culture
(24)Minority Education (Urdu)
(25)Atlas of Indo-Islamic Architecture
(26)Mughal, the Finest Ruler of India
(27)The Delhi Sultanate
(28)National Freedom Movement
(29)Aligarh Movement
(30)National Symbols
(32)Fact Files of Indian States
(33)Sports Science
(34)Islamic Science1 (Ref of Islam in all great religious book of the world)
(35)Islamic Science2 (Ref of Islam in all great religious book of the world)
(36)Famous Revolutions
(37)Famous Wars & Battles of the World
(38)History of Deadliest Black Death
Principles of Oriental Minority Education of JUH
(39)History of India
(40)All about India
(41)History of Medicine
(42)Allah’s Pharmacy
(43)History of Tsunami
(44)History of Zero Aryabhatta
(45)Discovery of Pythagorean Theorem
(46)Omar Khayyam, the Greatest Mathematician
(47)The Great Madrasa in Asia
(48)The Great Rhazes in the History of Pharmacy
(49)The Greatest Abu Sena in Medicine
(50)Children’s Safety
(51)Disease of Computer
(53)Healthy Eating
(54)Heart Attack
(55)Heat Stress
(56)Personality Development in Islam & its Effects on Nations & Civilizations
(57)Home Safety Tips on Vacation
(58)Aliens Exist
(59)Aliens-Jinns Exist
(60)Physician’s Assistant
(61)Medicine for First Aid & Basic Medical Science
(62)Sachar Committee Report (Urdu & English)
 History of Universities for Oriental Minority Education of JUH
(63)History of Universities-Anglo Arabic College of Mughal
(64)History of Universities-Central Madras Board
(65)History of Universities-Madrasa Mahamud Gawan Bidar
(66)History of Universities-MadrasaTul Oloom
(67)History of Universities-Nalanda
(68)History of Universities-Takshila & Chanakiya
(69)History of Universities-Vikramasila
Genuine Islam for Oriental Minority Education by JUH
(70)Greatness of Allah
(71)Holy Quran
(72)Tears of Mohammed PBUH
(73)The Best Person of the Universe
(74)The Best Water of the World
(75)Namaz Time Table
(78)My Mom
(79)Holy Places World
(80)A Wise Camel
Moral Education, GK & Current Affairs for Oriental Minority Education
(82)Chemistry of Earth
(86)Man of the Future
(87)Office Faces
(90)The Best::Attitude
(91)To My Friends
(92)Dances of India
(93)Books & Journals by Indian Authors
(94)Constitution, PM, President, Defense
(95)Painting of JUH
(96)Transportation in India
(97)Indian Railways Facts
(98)Important Lines & Boundaries of the World
(99)Indian Fairs & Festivals
(100)World Profile & First Head of the World
(101)Abbreviations & Interpretations
Syllabus for Oriental Minority Education of JUH
(102) Syllabus of Jamia Urdu Hind Part I
(103) Syllabus of Jamia Urdu Hind Part II
Sample Questions for Oriental Minority Education of JUH
(104) Sample Question Adeeb Computer Sc
(105) Sample Question Adeeb English
(106) Sample Question Adeeb Lang
(107) Sample Question Adeeb Math
(108) Sample Question Adeeb Optional
(109) Sample Question Adeeb Science
(110) Sample Question Adeeb Social Science
(111) Sample Question Mahir Accountancy
(112) Sample Question Mahir Biology
(113) Sample Question Mahir Business Studies
(114) Sample Question Mahir Chemistry
(115) Sample Question Mahir Civics
(116) Sample Question Mahir Computer Science
(117) Sample Question Mahir Economics
(118) Sample Question Mahir English
(119) Sample Question Mahir Geography
(120) Sample Question Mahir History
(121) Sample Question Mahir Lang
(122) Sample Question Mahir Optional
(123) Sample Question Mahir Math
(124) Sample Question Mahir Physics
(125) Instructions for Exams

Takhassus (D.Litt)/ Research in Urdu Language of National Importance

The executive actions of Jamia Urdu Hind (State’s Madrasa Tulolum) up to 2015 were to help grow the economy, create jobs, address the threat of climate change, and strengthen the women, tribes, minority and middle class. Action that have convened students from business, nonprofits, education and the community — resulting in economic growth in pledges to expand opportunity for more students across the board holding them accountable for the following headings:

 Thesis Topics for Research Scholar of Takhassus

Indus Valley Civilization and Acculturation (Farsi and Sanskrit) in India.
The Message of Jesus Christ as solution of all sorrows and sufferings on the face of earth.
Ramakrishna Mission and Arya Samaj in the light of Vedic Teachings for global brotherhood.
No religion allows killings of innocents and violence can be ended everlastingly by eradicating ideology of extremists.
Declining Muslim Civil Servants since British Imperialism.
Shariah and Contemporary Political System of Saudi Arabia.
Least Crimes and AIDS in Arab: Reason and Insertion.
Circumcision in the light of Islam and Medical Research for AIDS.
Muslim Freedom Fighters.
Eminent Muslims in nation building exercise so far?
Mughlai Recipes for all celebrations in India.
Role of Urdu Vernacular, Urdu Literature and Urdu Culture.
Problems and Policy of Governments: Madrasa Education & Traqqi-E-Urdu Hind
Contribution of Urdu Language (Jai Hind, Inquilab, Zindabad) in Freedom Movement.
Historical Perspective: Shershah Suri of Bihar coined the word Rupaiya (Name of Indian Currency).
Global Brotherhood in PM’s Gift to President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan: Persian translation of Valmiki’s Ramayana (18th century AD) in Nastaliq Script(Prime Minister of India, PMO on 8/7/15).
Urdu translation of Geeta by Jamia Urdu Hind for communal harmony: Reason and insertion in contemporary India.
Historical Perspective: “Second highest word in Al-Quran is Eelm after the word Allah”……….MK Gandhi founded Gujrat Vidyapeeth in1920 having Logo in Arabic and Sanskrit: साविद्यायाविमुक्तये and “Al Hikamato Zallatual Momine Fahaiso Uajedaha Ahakko Leha”. Wisdom is the lost heritage of Muslim so it must be retrieved by them(Prime Minister of India, PMO on 15/6/15).
Islamic Literature and Urdu, Arabi & Farsi.
Urdu Language of National Importance.
Taran-E-Hind and Imam-E-Hind(Lord Ram) by Sir Allama Iqbal.
Tarikh-E-Hind for Madrasa Education: Coherent Landmark Since British Imperialism.
Kaisar-I-Hind and Rusum-E-Hind.
Qisas-E-Hind and Tajeerat-E-Hind.
Jamiat Ulema-E-Hind and Silk Letter Movement.
Jamat-E-Islami Hind and Aulia-E-Hind.
Nawab of the Carnatic as Amir ul-Hind.
Article 29 & 30 in Aaina-E-Hind.
Jai Bharat, Jai Hind and Azad-E-Hind Fauj by Abid Hasan Safrani.
Michel Jackson and Islam.
NCMEI Act, 2004 in Urdu
Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.
Connecting 2D World with 3D World to safeguard human beings from Jinn, Evil Spirit, Bhoot, Devil, Black Magic by religious experts.
The Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act, 2006
Code of Civil Procedure 1908
Disaster Management Act, 2005
The Right to Information Act, 2005


The Gazetteers of Bihar Orissa District: Monghyr by LSS O Mallay, ICS (an IAS of 1926)
Advance History of India (Falah-E-Hind Library and MA Library, AMU);
Aina-E-Tirhut (Deori of Darbhanga Maharaj)
Rabta Madaris-E-Islamia; UGC; NMEI; NCTE; NCERT; Ghalib Academy; State Urdu Academy; Minority Report
Tarikh-E-Hind; Ansaab Series; Wadi-E-Balan; Ashraf-E-Arab (Khuda Bakhsh Library);
Govt orders/ letters of Royal Figures/Ministries/ Commissions/High Courts/Supreme Court for Urdu/JUH.
Sehrul Bayan Gulistan and Tahzib-E-Hind(National Library Culcutta).
Basu, Durga Das (1996), Introduction to the Constitution of India, Eighteenth Edition. New Delhi: Prentice-Hall.
Government of India (1966), Education and National Development : Report of the Education Commission (1964 -66). New Delhi: Ministry of Education and Culture.
Government of India (1986a), National Policy on Education 1986. New Delhi: Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Government of India (1986b), Programme of Action. New Delhi: Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Govt of India (1990), Towards an Enlightened & Humane Society: A Review, Report of the Ramamurti Committee for the Review of the NPE 1986. New Delhi: MHRD.
Government of India (1992b), The Constitution of India (Seventy-first Amendment) Act 1992. New Delhi.
Government of India (1992c), The Programme of Action (1992) for the National Policy on Education 1986. New Delhi: Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Government of India (1993a), National Policy on Education 1986 (with modifications undertaken in 1992). New Delhi: Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Govt of India (1993e & 1993d), The Constitution of India (74th Amendment) Act, 1993 Reprinted in Constitutional Provisions relating to Village Panchayats and Municipalities in India New Delhi: Eastern Book Company. Govt of India (1997), Report of the Committee of Education Ministers (Saikia Committee) on the Implications of the Proposal to make Elementary Education a Fundamental Right. New Delhi: MHRD. Government of India (1999), Expert Group Report on Financial Requirements for Making Elementary Education a Fundamental Right New Delhi: MHRD (Mimeo). [ also referred to as the Tapas Majumdar Committee]
Supreme Court (1992), Judgement on Writ Petition of Mohini Jain against the State of Karnataka (No.456 of 1991) quoted in the Journal of Higher Education, Autumn New Delhi: UGC.
Supreme Court of India (1993), Judgement on Writ Petition of J.P.Unnikrishnan and others against the State of Andhra quoted in Judgements Today, Vol.1, No.22, Feb. New Delhi.
Supreme Court of India (1997), Judgement on Writ Petition of Vishaka and Others against State of Rajasthan and Others (No. 666-70 0f 1992). Supreme Court of India (1997), Writ Petition (C No. 81/94 of Shri Satya Pal Anand Vs Union of India and Others. New Delhi, MHRD: (mimeo).
Jamia Urdu Hind
For Oriental Minority Education
Is dedicated to
The real service for the underprivileged class of India
All the honest and dedicated ministers/secretaries/academicians/administrators/ entrepreneurs/ bureaucrats of India of past and present equally, the first CM of Bihar Mohammad Yunus (April 1 to July 20, 1937), Ali Vardi Khan (as the first organized war against British was waged in Bengal by Ali Vardi Khan in 1754, later on some more historic wars were fought against British even the mutiny of 1857: MW Rahmani),
 Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Prof Noorul Hasan (Education Minister), A A Fatmi (Ex-MoS, MHRD), Abdul Hameed, Azad Hind Fauj, All Freedom Fighters (known/unknown), Dr BR Ambedkar, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, MK Gandhi, Namak Satya Gareh of Garhpura, Akbar/Ashoka/Chanakya/Aryabhat;
President of India (Dr Rajendra Prasad, Fakhruddin A Ahmed, RV Raman, Dr zakir Husain, APJ Abdul Kalam), Maulana Wali Rahmani (Munger), Dr M Rahman (Ex-VC AMU, IAS), Mother Teressa, Sarojini Naidu, A B Vajpayee,
Rabindranath Tagore, Sir Allama Iqbal, BC Chaterji, Maharana Pratap, Kaader Khan, CV Raman, AR Rahman, Javed Akhtar, Barrack Obama, Azim Premji, MGR, Jamshedji Tata;
 Teachings and guidance of Arabian Culture & Civilization, Hazrat Deewan Mohd Saadiq Ashraf (Rah), Shah Nasrullah (Reh), Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti (Reh), Khwaja Salim Chisti (Reh), Maulana Husain A Madni (Reh), Hazrat Nizamuddin(Reh), K Bandanawaz (Reh) and the great contribution of Royal Charter/Farman-E-Shahi of Akbar (Az-Gung-Ta-Sang-Az-Kosi-Ta-Dhosi) for Choudhry Hafiz Ali(Royal Teacher) and Choudhry Farid (Commander) of Jounpur, Babur, Mohd Yunus(Gramin Bank);
Founder of Darul Oloom (Deoband), Jamiat Ulema Hind, Jamia Azhar, Imaarat Shariah, Shibli College/ Ghalib College/ Islamia Higher Secondary/Maulana Azad College, Jamia Millia Islamia /Jamia Hamdard/ MANUU/ Osmania University/Alia University/Integral University/Al-Amin, Madrasa Bider (Bahmani), Madrsatuloloom(Delhi), Takhshila University, Nalanda University, Shabarmati Ashram, All Mobile Madaris such as Tabligh, All true followers of fantastic hero Prophet Mohammed SAW, All Jamia Urdu/Madaris of India, All noble works and beautiful minds of India/world in science/technology and literature
for the vertical progress of the nation/world,
so as to convert developing India into developed India,
to make India the best country in the world and
to make this world the best place under the sky,
after-all to complete the mission of the global brotherhood within global family.
Ashoka to Akbar, Morya Magadh to Mughal, Birbal to British, Maan Singh to Manmohan Singh
………….::Nothing is For-ever::Never Live Proudly::………….
Jai Bharat, Jai Hind::Jamia Urdu Hind
Jamia Urdu Hind (A Pioneer StandaloneState’s Madrasa Tulolum for Oriental Secular Linguistic Minority Education)
JUH is Standalone Pioneer State’s Madrasa Tulolum (Oriental Linguistic Minority Educational Institution) for Research in Urdu Language of National Importance; Cherishing Saakshar Bharat Award by the President of India.
By Statutory Bodies;Minority Commission;Directorate General of Employment &Training, Ministry of L&E; United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization Cell-Ministry of Culture; Ministry of SJ&E; NMCME & NPE 1986 of MHRD,Govt of India.
Vernacular Verve & Vitality of State’s Madrasa Tulolum translating decoded Minority Report into Secular Education, Knowledge Economy and Democratic Force
 All Titles available in JUH Press/Flah-E-Hind Library of JUH
Directorate for Research in Urdu Language of National Importance
 All national and regional Boards across the country is set to have a common mathematics and science syllabus for Class IX to XII from the 2011-2012 academic session.
The Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE) — which has 41 Boards as its members — has approved the proposal. It is now with the Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry waiting for its approval.
The decision on such a proposal was taken in a COBSE meeting held in New Delhi in November-end. The representatives of 17 major Boards, including CBSE, ICSE and Uttar Pradesh Board, had approved the proposal. The members who could not attend the meeting had sent their consent in writing to the COBSE, said sources.
According to the proposal, students of all Boards from Class IX to XII will have similar books for mathematics and science. The National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) has been entrusted with the task to prepare the syllabus for the common curriculum.
“The aim to introduce a common syllabus is to bring about uniformity in the curriculum so as to provide equal platform to the students,” a senior state government officer who attended the COBSE meeting said.
The proposal was basically the idea of the HRD Ministry. Since COBSE represents all Boards in India, the Ministry had asked COBSE to mobilise support for the common curriculum. “The Ministry is in favour of the curriculum if the Boards agree to it,” said a joint secretary in Ministry.
The proposal was mooted two years ago when noted educationist Ashok Kumar Ganguly was the chairman of COBSE. Ganguly is currently the additional project director of the state government’s Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.
“It is a very good move and will surely improve the quality of education in the country. The best thing is that it will end the disparity among the courses of the various Boards,” he said.
The COBSE, established in 1979, is a voluntary association of all the Boards of School Education in India under SR Act 1860.
It works in close collaboration with the HRD Ministry, other national level apex educational organisations and agencies like NCERT, National University of Educational Planning and Administration and National Council of Teacher Education.
It was established by CBSE to provide a forum for mutual exchange. Since 1989, it has established itself as an independent body.
Source : Indian Express (blog) on Wed, 9 Dec 2009