28-JAN-2016: In an initiative of the in progress, 'English Access Microscholarship Program' (EAMP), the UGC Human Resource Centre, AMU is sending six students from AMU schools to the Leadership Development Workshop of the American Centre in New Delhi.
So far under the EAMP, at least 200 under-privileged students of the AMU schools have been given training for English proficiency and personality development in off-school hours.
Professor Abdur Raheem Kidwai, Director, UGC HRDC, AMU said that AMU school students Sarfaraz Khan, Nabeel Murtuza, Mohd. Ghazi Raza, Saman Rais, Bushra Hashim, Nida Zaidi and Zainab Zaheer, who have been earlier enrolled with the Program are now pursuing various courses.
He added that participating in this workshop will help students realise their dreams and optimize their potential.
He further said that the Leadership Development workshop for Access alumni is an effort of the Access programme to get back to its old students.
Earlier Dr Amirullah Khan, EAMP Coordinator, Dr Faiz Zaidi, Access teacher and Dr Faiza Abbasi, Assistant Professor, UGC HRDC, AMU had conducted interviews and screening sessions to prepare the candidates for the workshop. Dr Zaidi and Dr Abbasi will also chaperon the students during the training period.
The Leadership workshop taking place at the Sanskriti Kendra, Mehrauli will be implemented by a Delhi based training organisation, 'PRAVAH', empanelled by CBSE for training of teachers, students and heads of the institutes.
EAMP is a fully sponsored program of the American Centre, New Delhi.