03-OCT-2016: Aligarh Divisional Commissioner, Mr Subhash Chand Sharma today met the Aligarh Muslim University Pro Vice Chancellor, Brigadier S Ahmad Ali (retd) and the Registrar, Professor Asfar Ali Khan at the Pro Vice Chancellor's Office during his visit to the University campus. AMU Public Relations Officer, Mr Omar Saleem Peerzada accompanied Mr Sharma during the visit.
Mr Sharma later visited the Maulana Azad Library, where he was accompanied by the AMU Librarian, Dr Nabi Hasan. He also visited the newly-constructed AMU Swimming Pool of international standards, Department of Zoology, Department of Botany, Astro-Turf Hockey Ground, the Old-Chungi area and other campus places.
During the visit, Mr Sharma was particularly impressed by the Maulana Azad Library. "The AMU library is historical and rich and with the rare collections of books, this library stands apart from other places in the country," said Mr Sharma adding that he is very impressed by the Maulana Azad Library management, which works tirelessly for providing the best facilities for the university students and academicians.
On visiting the AMU Astro-Turf Hockey Ground, Mr Sharma said that the state-of art sports facilities in AMU, which are capable of holding national and international sports events, will make AMU and the whole Country proud.
He pointed out that the District Administration in Aligarh will have a complete liaison with the University Administration and frequent meetings in between AMU and District Administration authorities will take place. "The liaison in between AMU and District administration should be there as AMU has a huge strength of foreign students and a better understanding and cooperation is imperative and the AMU Public Relations Office will be the catalyst in between AMU and District Administrations," he added.
Mr Sharma has assured to provide a helping hand to the Civil Services aspirants in AMU by guiding them for their future prospects. He has also assured to guide and help AMU students of various streams in their career prospects.