Being one of those central universities of India, Aligarh Muslim University offers various under-graduation programs and courses. AMU also maintains several schools in its affiliation, namely, S.T.S School for Boys (founded in 1875), AMU city school (1889), AMU girls school (made especially to empower girls’ education), Sayyid Hamid Senior Secondary School for Boys (1987), Senior Secondary School for girls (1987), City Girls High School, AMU ABK High School for girls and boys separately, and also the Ahmadi School for Visually Challenged Students (founded in 1927). Being admitted to AMU schools gives students a 50% internal advantage for the entrance exams in any course. You can also check out any part time courses in AMU.
This question always comes to every student’s mind. What are the AMU Courses after 12th PCM and PCB? Whether you are from PCM or PCB. Here is this answer to the question.
Students completing 12th PCM and PCB from any institution can avail numerous courses opportunities in AMU. The following are the courses available to apply for-
Students completing PCM can apply for B.tech courses. The engineering faculty has various departments or branches like civil, Electrical, chemical, petroleum, architecture, applied physics, applied chemistry, etc. Candidates looking forward to get admitted to this four years programme should have aggregate 50% marks in 12th and then appear for the entrance exams. The admission is granted on the basis of merit of the test. B. E is also a course of engineering here but the classes are held in the evening.
B. A LLB – It is a 5-year program and students both from PCM and PCB are eligible to take the entrance and get admitted to this course. The aggregate marks in 12th should be 50%.
Diploma in Animation and Multimedia
Diploma in Wound Care and dressing
Diploma in Nursing Unani
Diploma in Orthopedics and Plaster Techniques.
Diploma in Elementary Education (DEED)
Advance Diploma in Unani Pharmacy
Advance Diploma in Solar engineering and management.
Aligarh Muslim University has endeavoured to expand its arena of courses with better learning opportunities for students. And no doubt, the quality of teaching has made its fairway to the institute; but still, there is a number of programs and courses that AMU lacks and are offered by other central universities like JNU, DU, etc.