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Aligarh Muslim University Opens Door

For Madrasa Graduates

Aligarh: March 28, 2008





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Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has expedited its efforts to provide an opportunity for graduates of religious Madrasas to get admission in the university for further studies. In this connection, a meeting, chaired by vice-chancellor Prof. P. K. Abdul Aziz, was held in this connection for recognizing and accrediting the syllabi offered by these Madrasas that was participated by dean of the faculty of Diniyyat Prof. Syed Fairman Husain, dean of the faculty of sciences Prof. Mohammad Murtaza Khan, president of Sunni Diniyyat Prof. Sa’ood Alam Qasimi and Islamic Studies’ professor Syed Ahsan. The Meeting culminated in formation of a committee to review the syllabi and educational standard of religious Madrasas in certain districts of Uttar Pradesh like Basti, Siddarth Nagar, Azamgarh and Mau.


Prof. Syed Fairman Husain, Prof. Sa’ood Alam Qasimi and Prof. Kafeel Ahmad Qasimi, all members of the newly formed committee, will report on religious Madrasas in these districts. So far AMU has accredited forty-five Madrasas of the country and allowed their students to get admission in various courses of the university. These Madrasas belong to Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. In order to assimilate the students of these Madrasas in the main stream, education facilities have been made available to them to study up to the level of B. Th. (both Sunni and Shia), B. A. (Arabic), M. A. (Arabic), B. a. (Persian) and M. Phil.


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