Centre of Advanced Study, Dept of History inaugurates two-day National Seminar
Aligarh, March 20: The Centre of Advanced Study, Department of History, Aligarh Muslim University today inaugurated the two-day National Seminar on ?Centre, Provinces and Regional States in Medieval India (1206-1707)?. The inaugural function of the seminar was held at the Faculty of Arts.
While presiding over the function, AMU Vice Chancellor, Lt General Zameer Uddin Shah (Veteran) said that the scholars and students should research on the authority of centre and relations with its provinces and whether the provinces during the Sultanate and under the Mughals were the same or their boundaries expanded and shrank from time to time and how long the regional states or principalities lasted.
During the welcome address, Professor Ali Athar, Chairperson, Department of History thanked the visiting delegates from various institutions for attending the seminar.
He pointed out that this seminar would focus on relations of the central authority at Delhi and Agra with its provinces and the existing principalities and regional states and the political and cultural relations of the various states among themselves during the Medieval India.
Professor Shamim A Ansari, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences proposed the Vote of Thanks while Prof Jibriel conducted the programme.
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Related PicturesProf Ali Athar, Chairperson, Deptt of History addressing at the inaugural function of the National Seminar on 'Centres, Provinces and Regional States in Medieval India'