Faculty of Sciences
In the on-going ‘One Person One Tree’, plantation drive initiated by the Aligarh Muslim University Students Union (AMUSU) on the occasion of the ‘Earth Day’; Professor Abdul Munir, Dean Faculty of Science, inaugurated plantation work in the Interdisciplinary Department of Remote Sensing and GIS Applications.
The Training and Placement Office (General), Aligarh Muslim University recently hosted a National level workshop on Career Opportunities Abroad in association with the Court Member of the Faculty of Science. The event was organized at Assembly Hall, University Polytechnic, Aligarh Muslim University.
During the programme, Mr Saad Hameed, Training and Placement Officer (General) said that the purpose of this workshop was to aware students on education opportunities in foreign universities.
In fresh appointments, the Aligarh Muslim University has appointed Professor Jamshed Siddiqui as Chairperson, Department of Computer Sciences, Faculty of Science while Professor Abdulraheem K has been appointed as Chairperson, Department of Museology, Faculty of Life Sciences for a period of three years.
The Department of Psychology, Aligarh Muslim University has concluded the National Conference on ‘Professionalising psychology in meeting contemporary needs and challenges’. The Valedictory Function was held at the Arts Faculty Lounge.
While presiding over the Valedictory Session of the programme, AMU Vice Chancellor, Lt General Zameer Uddin Shah (Veteran) said that it is the best to sleep over problems and live a stress free life.
The Interdisciplinary Department of Remote Sensing and GIS Applications, Faculty of Science, Aligarh Muslim University recently hosted releasing ceremony of two books authored by Dr Wasi Ahmad Zaidi. The books with titles of ‘Remote sensing and Geographical Information System’ and ‘Ground Water’ were released in the presence of Professor Bhagwan Singh Chaudhary, Registrar, Chaudhary Bansi Lal University, Bhiwani, Haryana and Professor Abdul Munir, Dean, Faculty of Science, AMU.
“The results of Physics researches in the field of Neutrinos generate from the India based Neutrino Observatory would provide a significant impact in the sphere of the cutting edge scientific research”, according to Prof. Takaaki Kajita, Nobel laureate in Physics and a professor at the University of Tokyo, Japan.
Prof. Kajita was delivering his inaugural lecture at a five-day International Workshop on “The Frontiers of Electroweak Interaction of Leptons and Hadrons” organized by the Department of Physics, Aligarh Muslim University.