Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik on Saturday stated the Aligarh Muslim College has turn into a job mannequin for different universities due to its providers to the poor and downtrodden.
Talking on the annual Sir Syed Day celebrations held nearly, he additionally lauded Jawahar Lal Medical School in AMU for its exemplary providers to the nation through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Malik stated the founding father of the establishment, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, was among the many first Indians whose concept of India envisaged a rustic with no distinctions of faith, caste and race.
“It’s now our collective duty to offer full help to this historic establishment which is enjoying a crucial position within the fields of upper training and science and nation-building,” he stated.
Earlier within the day, AMU Vice Chancellor Prof Tariq Mansoor awarded this yr’s worldwide Sir Syed ExcellenceAward to famous scholar and historian from the USA Professor Gail Minault and the Nationwide Sir Syed Excellence Award to Mumbai-based instructional conglomerate Anjuman I-Islam.
Professor Minault, who has additionally labored extensively on the training of Indian Muslim ladies and their social actions, stated it could not be doable to check their position and contribution to society except one accessed Urdu newspapers and journals like Tazibun Niswan of Lahore, Khatoon from Aligarh and Ismat printed from Delhi.
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