08-JUN-2019: US students' group visits AMU
ALIGARH June 8: A group of 12 students from leading US universities including University of Yale, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Maine, today visited the Aligarh Muslim University.
Welcoming the visiting delegation, Prof Shafey Kidwai, Chairman, Department of Mass Communication highlighted the educational opportunities and infrastructure facilities offered by AMU.
Prof Kidwai also engaged in an interactive session and responded to the queries of visiting foreign students.
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.
Mr Saad Hameed, TPO (General), who coordinated the visit and took the delegation around the campus, highlighted the various historical anecdotes and elaborated the importance of various historical buildings.
The delegation appreciated the rich cultural heritage of the University and stressed the need for forging the bonds of educational and cultural exchange with the distinguished centres of higher learning in US and other countries.
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Aligarh Muslim University
Related PicturesProf Shafey Kidwai with the US delegation in Dept of Mass Communication.