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No room for criminal elements in university: New AMU V-C

Prof. Tariq Mansoor, Vice Chancellor of the Aligarh Muslim University has held a meeting with the University officials in the Conference room of the Administrative Block.

In the meeting, Prof. Mansoor congratulated the University community for the upgraded ranking of the University’s Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Faculty of Law, Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology and the Department of Fine Arts in the College Survey 2017 conducted by India’s prestigious magazine India Today.

He said a concerted effort on the part of all sections of the University can only make a difference in the public perception of the University which is essential for making AMU number one amongst Indian universities.

He urged the teachers and students to create a united front to make the University the best in the country.

Prof. Mansoor reiterated that a database of alumni should be created in every department of study and every hall of residence and eminent alumni be invited to put their potential at work for the advantage of the University.

Underlining his administrative preference that he strongly vouched for “one man, one post” policy, Prof. Mansoor said there should be a demarcation between personal relationship and working relationship. He said there should not be any mix of the two when at work.

Prof. Mansoor urged all the University officials to keep their mobile phones on round the clock. He said it was important for a robust and responsive administration that its functionaries remained accessible all the time.

He made it clear that there will be no room for criminal elements in the University, while, at the same time, University administration will remain to be student friendly and their genuine grievances will be resolved promptly.

He said students partaking in games and sports, literary events, extra-curricular and co-curricular activities will be provided with better facilities while making the attendance requirement flexible for them.

The Vice Chancellor said hostels needed special attention and he will see their condition is improved as soon as possible.

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