Published On:06 July 2012
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

New Centres of AMU Centre for Distance Education

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Aligarh: The Centre for Distance Education, Aligarh Muslim University has established four more Study Centres in different parts of the country.

The Director, Distance Education Centre, Dr. Nafees Ahmad Ansari said that the AMU Vice Chancellor, Lt. General Zameer Uddin Shah has granted approval for the establishment of these centres at Islamia High School, Sheikhpura, Distt. Sheikhpura, Bihar, Sir Syed Educational Institute, Near Railway Station, Qazigund, Anantnag, J&K, Career Park, Parry Pora, Opposite Chinar Colony, Airport Road, Srinagar, J&K and Sir Syed Muslim Institute of Education, Behrote, Rajouri, J&K. The centre has already established eighteen centres in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, New Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir.

Dr. Ansari said that the approval has been given without any financial commitment on the part of the University and that these centres will function under the purview of the Centre for Distance Education. The Distance Education Centre will offer graduate and undergraduate courses at these Centres.

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