MANUU to start more UG programmes
MANUU to start more UG programmes. MANUU has been on an expansion spree and more and more study centres in areas where the Muslim population is in...
16th Foundation Day held
The 16th Foundation Day of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) was held in Hyderabad on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, Professor Mohammed Miyan,Vice-Chancellor of the university announced that the varsity would start more undergraduate programmes from the next academic year onwards. ‘Some new courses which can be of immense use in getting jobs, will be introduced. We are also planning to start five more teacher education centres in different parts of the country” he said.
MANUU has been on an expansion spree and more and more study centres in areas where the Muslim population is in considerable number would be set up. “Of course, some other sections would also be engaged. All sections of the society should co-exist and work together for better harmonies development,” Miyan exhorted. He also assured of collaboration networking with the University and other institutions of higher learning.
Justice B Prakash Rao, former Acting Chief Justice of AP High Court, commended efforts of MANUU and hoped that positive changes in the University’s further course of action. ‘The general complaint is that the minorities are ignored and deprived and this University has a crucial role to play in this regard,” he suggested. He also reiterated that there cannot be two opinions about the significant role being played by the MANUU. “Students here need to improve the English communication along with the courses that they pursue. They should have confidence in them and accordingly work hard to realise their dreams,” he said.
Professor N N Maldar, Vice-Chancellor, Sholapur University who delivered the 16th Foundation Day lecture said that MANUU should chalk out its programmes and policies according to the needs and aspirations of the society. The University should not only fulfill the objectives of the institutions and maintain standards but also enhance the glory of this national University, Professor Maldar said. He also offered to collaborate and network with the Sholapur University. While quoting a research report, Professor Maldar said that more than 93 per cent government schemes do not reach the masses.