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AMU Executive Council recommends five names for new VC

Friday April 13, 2012 02:55:11 AM, Special Correspondent

Aligarh: The Executive Council of the Aligarh Muslim University Thursday recommended a panel of five persons to the University Court for the next Vice Chancellor of the University.

A special meeting of the Executive Council was held under the chairmanship of Prof. A. M. Pathan, Vice Chancellor of Central University, Karnataka to prepare a panel of five persons. They are:

S. M. Ashraf (IRS, Commissioner of Income Tax, New Delhi), Dr. Noor Mohammad (IAS -Retd. and former Secretary, National Disaster Management Authority, New Delhi), Lt. General Zameeruddin Shah (Armed Forces Tribunal, New Delhi), A. A. Siddiqui (IPS -Retd. and former DGP Punjab) and Dr. Syed Khalid Rizvi (IPS -Retd. from UP Cadre).

The meeting of the University Court will be held on April 15, 2012 at 11 am at the NRSC Club, Aligarh to recommend a panel of at least three persons out of which one person shall be appointed by the President of India in her capacity as the Visitor of the University.

The meeting of the Executive Council was held in a very cordial atmosphere. Prof. Mansoor Hasan was the Chief Election Officer to conduct the election of a panel of five names.









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