AMU Polytechnic Alumni Meet Begins

  • Posted on: 10 February 2018
  • By: asif.mulla
AMU Polytechnic Alumni Meet Begins
Alumni are brand ambassadors of an institution and they can play a significant role not only by extending financial support to their Alma mater in development projects but also by helping new pass outs to find better career opportunities and by organizing training programmes for them”, said Professor Tariq Mansoor, Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University while at the inaugural function of Alumni Meet organized by the University Polytechnic.
 
Prof Mansoor said that AMU Alumni of all categories are bringing laurels to the University from all over the world, working there as brand ambassadors of the institution and carving a niche for themselves in different walks of life.
Vice Chancellor said that the University Polytechnic is considered one of the best polytechnics in the country and its students have proved their mettle while working in challenging positions.
 
Prof Mansoor said that for more than a decade, AMU administration has started inviting the alumni and engaging them in the development of the University. Assuring full cooperation from the University administration in programmes and projects involving alumni, the Vice Chancellor urged them to generously help their alma mater in whatever way they could.
 
The Vice Chancellor also released a souvenir of the Meet.
 
Addressing on the occasion, Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Prof Mohamad Idrees said that alumni are our asset and the University can be greatly benefited from their active participation in various development initiatives. He hoped the alumni meet will provide them with an opportunity to see what progress their alma mater has made all through these years and will thus be able to identify ways they can repay to their mother institution.
 
An alumnus of the University Polytechnic and its retired teacher, Prof Mohd Saeedur Rahman Siddiqui said that AMU not only provides education but also helps students to refine their abilities and attain a distinct position in life. 
A former student of 1968 batch, Engineer Mahesh Chand Varshney said that it was a momentous occasion in his life to visit his alma mater after a gap of about 50 years. He said that AMU instills a unique sense of belongingness in its students and they remain linked with it throughout their life. He said that he felt indebted to it for all he has achieved.
 
Earlier, welcoming the guests, Engineer Khalid Zameer Qureshi, Principal, University Polytechnic said that this Meet will not only provide our alumni with an opportunity to interact with each other and share their experiences but it will also bring them closer to their alma mater.
 
Organizing secretary, Mr Mohd Mohsin Khan proposed a vote of thanks while Dr Arhsad Husain conducted the programme.
 
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