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Aligarh varsity to conduct admission tests as per schedule

Monday May 02, 2011 06:57:28 PM, Special Correspondent

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Aligarh: Notwithstanding the sine die, the Aligarh Muslim University has decided to conduct all the admission tests as per the notified schedule. In a consultative meeting with Deans of all the faculties and Principals of Colleges chaired by the Vice Chancellor, Prof. P.K. Abdul Azis, it was decided that the University will be reopened within the shortest possible time. Prof. Azis briefed the situation and the unavoidable circumstances behind the painful decision of sine die.

The sine die was considered inevitable and the closure of the University was approved in the meeting. The meeting expressed concern over the way the Students’ Union leaders behaved in the last three months, particularly the incidents of barging into the offices of Principal Dental College, the Registrar, Controller of Examinations, the Finance Officer and the Vice Chancellor and wanted strong action against everyone involved into the acts of indiscipline. The meeting reminded that AMU Students’ Union is not above the code of conduct rules of the University.

The Deans of faculties have been asked to resubmit new schedule of examinations. The Dean, Faculty of Engineering has been asked to submit a proposal, keeping in view the job opportunities, placement and the training of the engineering students so as to avoid any loss in their future career.

In order to keep the University on the right track and to ensure smooth functioning it was resolved to initiate stern action against students involved in cases of indiscipline and vandalism for the last three months. It was resolved that rule of law must prevail at all cost in the University campus. The footage of CCTV should be examined to identify the culprits and to initiate sever action against the trouble makers.

The Meeting also resolved to tighten the security of the Vice Chancellor, Controller of Examinations, Registrar and the Finance Officer so that the University functionaries could work without any disturbance or under duress.

Considering the special situation of Medical College Hospital and Tibbiya College, the meeting decided that interns and resident doctors be allowed to reside in the hostels to run the University’s hospital services smoothly.

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Azis urged the University functionaries to work as a team to bring back normalcy at the earliest. He expressed satisfaction that all the students have complied with the University directive to vacate the hostels and informed that 95 percent students have already vacated their hostels and rest will leave the campus very shortly.





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