Published: 09th June 2019
12 leading US University students spend an evening at Aligarh Muslim University
Students from several institutions including University of Yale, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Maine, spent a day interacting with students and faculty members
A delegation of 12 students from leading US universities Saturday evening appreciated the rich cultural heritage of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU).
Students from several institutions including University of Yale, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Maine, spent a day interacting with students and faculty members, to get an insight into the present status of academics and the interplay of various stake-holders.
Responding to queries from visiting students at an interactive session Prof Shafey Kidwai, Chairman, Department of Mass Communication highlighted the educational opportunities and infrastructural facilities offered by AMU.
Prof Rizwan Khan, Chairman, Department of English and Director, Internal Quality Assurance Committee underlined the significance of personality development and character building while attaining quality education, which makes AMU a unique centre of knowledge. He urged the visiting guests to make a linger stay at AMU campus to get acquainted with its rich cultural ethos and distinct character.