Research Scholars To Be Given Entry Into Hostels From June 1

  • Posted on: 15 May 2011
  • By: abdullah

In a consultative meeting with Deans of the faculties and other functionaries of the Aligarh Muslim University today resolved that the University should undertake NAAC accreditation on top priority basis.

The meeting was chaired by the Vice Chancellor, Prof. P. K. Abdul Aziz. The Deans of faculties have been asked to submit a ‘self study report’ of their respective faculties within a month. The Registrar will provide to the Deans a copy of NAAC guidelines and the Vision Plan for the ready reference.

AMU Vice Chancellor, Prof. P. K. Abdul Azis urged the Deans to start preparing XII Plan proposal taking into account the needs of renovation of classrooms , laboratories new courses etc. The Vice Chancellor suggested the Deans to initiate the preparation of XII Plan involving the chairman of the departments of studies and the teaching faculty.

The meeting also resolved to reopen Halls of residence for Research Scholars in two phases taking into account the need of continuing the ongoing examinations in a peaceful manner and the need for security in the campus, from June 1, 2011. The research scholars who are in the final stage of writing their thesis will be admitted in the hostel based on recommendation of their supervisors with effect from May 25, 2011.

All research scholars are requested to cooperate with the schedule. Research scholars can continue to work in their concerned departments without any hindrance. Female research scholars are advised to come only after reopening of their respective halls of residence. The attendance of sine die period will be counted for the purpose of releasing their scholarship.

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Azis expressed satisfaction on completion of B. Tech entrance test in a foolproof manner in AMU Campus and all its six outside centres from Kashmir to Kozhikode. He congratulated the Controller of Examination and his team and thanked the AMU teaching community for their cooperation.

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