Senior Secondary School
The Maulana Azad Library, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) organised a cleanliness drive to observe the ‘Swatchhta Hi Seva’ (Cleanliness as Service) as part of the nation-wide ‘Swatchhta Pakwada’ in the varsity’s library premises and adjoining areas.
Dr Nabi Hasan (AMU Librarian) said it is a duty to keep work places and neighbourhoods clean for maintaining good health.
The Centre for Women's Studies, Aligarh Muslim University, organized a one-day workshop on 'Gender Sensitization and Legal Advocacy', in coordination with ‘Humsafar’, a Lucknow based support centre for women in crisis. Ms. Richa Rastogi and Ms. Mamata Sharma were the resource persons at the workshop.
About 45 students from the AMU Girls’ School, Senior Secondary School (Girls), Senior Secondary School (Boys) and Tika Ram Inter College participated in the workshop.
The Senior Secondary School (Girls) of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) organised a Career Guidance and Counselling Workshop to guide students for making the right decisions in choosing their careers.
While conducting the workshop, Mr Saad Hameed (Training and Placement Officer, AMU) urged students to broaden their horizon for making their marks in careers most suited to them.
The Saiyyid Hamid Senior Secondary School (Boys), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) organised a career-counselling session for arts and humanities students.
Mr Saad Hameed (Training and Placement Officer, General) and Dr Nayyar Rehman motivated students with deliberations on opportunities available to them after graduating with humanities stream. They talked about careers in civil services, judicial services, management, armed forces, mass communication, sports, designing and social service.
The Saiyyid Hamid Senior Secondary School (Boys), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) is observing ‘Swachchta Pakhwada’ fortnight with its teachers, students and non-teaching staff taking part in the cleanliness drive.
Major S M Mustafa (Retd), Principal of the school said that the cleanliness drive at the Saiyyid Hamid Senior Secondary School is aimed to spread ‘Swachhta’ awareness with students taking a leadership role in community led sanitation initiatives.
In collaboration with Aligarh Muslim University Drama Club, the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) is on massive campaign for creating awareness among students to spread gender sensitization through Nukkad Natak (The Street Play).
In the first phase of drive, ICC indentified AMU schools and Nukkad Nataak was organised in ABK High School (Girls) , AMU Girls high School and Senior Secondary School (Girls10+2).
The Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, Prof. Tariq Mansoor, today released the admission prospectus of the Centre for Distance Education, AMU, for the session 2017-18.
Appreciating the large spectrum of educational programmes that it offers, Prof. Mansoor said that the Centre was doing a novel work by providing the educational facility to economically marginalized section in distance mode and this will go a long way in empowering women, especially, he added.
Aligarh Muslim University Vice Chancellor, Lt General Zameer Uddin Shah (Veteran) on the recommendation of the AMU Board of Secondary and Senior Secondary Education has approved that in the New Assessment Scheme for Secondary School Certificate Examination, Urdu and Hindi will be taught compulsory to all students as was being done till 2016-17 session.
The Sir Syed Bicentenary Celebrations Committee of Saiyyid Hamid Senior Secondary School (Boys) recently organised a lecture on ‘Sir Syed’ by Professor Shafey Kidwai of the Department of Mass Communication, Aligarh Muslim University.
Speaking on Sir Syed’s vision during the lecture, Prof Kidwai laid stress on Sir Syed's quest for knowledge and his scientific temper along with importance of faith and religion.