Tag: Aligarh Muslim University

Aligarh Muslim University is a public university funded by the government of India. It ranks 9th among the top 10 institutions in the country. AMU was initiated as MAO College set up by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. In the year of 1920 it had granted as AMU. It is affiliated as a central university approved by UGC. The university is a non-minority educational hub means open to all communities of the society and attracts the students of the nation and overseas. The University has faculty of law that regulates professional law courses.
AMU is situated in the heart of the Aligarh city the district of UP. The campus is spread over an area of 1155 acres of well developed land. The campus has a state of the art infrastructure houses in well designed buildings and amenities. The campus is well connected by the roads and rail.
AMU has more than 28,000 students, 1,342 faculty members and 5610 non-teaching staff.

AMU remembers Mahatma Gandhi on his 151st birth anniversary

Addressing teachers, students, and other staff through a video conferencing platform, AMU Vice-Chancellor Tariq Mansoor said that Mahatma Gandhi’s directives on how to contain the South African plague can be useful for the Covid-19 affected world.

AMU in top ten for social work study

Dr Naseem Ahmad Khan (Chairman, Department of Social Work) added the Social Work study at AMU has been ranked on the basis of parameters for higher education favoured all over the country and globally.