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Digital Marketing in Aligarh muslim university

Digital AMU

Digital Marketing refers to – “digitalization of advertisement and marketing.” This is done through digital drivers, such as search engines, websites, social media, email, and mobile applications. In other words, it can be interpreted as the means of approaching consumers through digital platforms. With the drastic change in the market scenarios of the world, the old and traditional methods of marketing have been replaced by this novel tool – Digital Marketing.

Scope of Digital Marketing in Aligarh

Aligarh, although, a small town located in western Uttar Pradesh, enjoys its geographical location. Situated at 120kms away from the national capital New Delhi, the city easily grabs the new culture and trends that make space in the metropolitan. Post-Jio period – that is after 2016, there has been a rise in the graph of digital users. Similarly, the scope of digital marketing to has skyrocketed correspondingly. There are various institutes available in Aligarh and its surroundings where the certification of the course is provided.

Digital Marketing and AMU

Aligarh Muslim University which provides several courses in different disciplines is still not able to meet the requirement of Digital Marketing. In the Department of Computer Centre, which is the hub of Informational Technology of AMU, unfortunately, Digital Marketing Course has not been able to register its place.

Why digital marketing is required?

For what reason is computerized advertising or digital marketing significant? Each organization will have diverse explicit objectives as a top priority, however, most are attempting to accomplish development by arriving at more customers and persuading them to buy. To do this viably, you need to exploit all the most important advertising assets and advances, and in the cutting-edge world, the Internet beat that rundown.

There used to be when creating and executing advertising efforts implied running promotions on TV and radio, and setting print advertisements in papers and magazines. Notwithstanding, as the universe of trade moves increasingly more toward an advanced commercial center, organizations presently have the chance to grow their reach and associate with their objective market through computerized showcasing strategies.

Any cutting edge brand that needs to excel in the current business environment should embrace digital marketing strategies as a component of their general system. This doesn’t imply that you need to scrap the customary print advertisements, particularly if your business is now seeing incredible reaction from these kinds of promotions. Nonetheless, by utilizing advanced promoting strategies in mix with your present customary showcasing systems, your business can begin to advance your lobbies for most extreme outcomes.

DigitalAlig – An institute for Digital Marketing in Aligarh

Merely collecting the digital marketing certificates is not enough. The proper training and continuous practice with profundity is important. Therefore, when it comes to choosing the institute, then choosing the right institute becomes paramount.

DigitalAlig is an institute, run by Mr Amir Mehmood, an alumnus of Aligarh Muslim University from the Department of Business and Administration. He is an expert of Website DesigningSEOSMO, ORM, SMM, PPCGraphic Designing, Content Creation, Content Marketing, Video designing for BusinessAffiliate Marketing, Business Development Works in Digital Marketing, and so on.  DigitalAlig can be traced by visiting the website – digitalalig.com

Courses Provided by DigitalAlig

Website Designing

Digital Alig 

is expert in teaching Website designing and digital marketing course in Aligarh. If you want to learn how to create a wonderful website from Scratch, connect yourself with Digitalalig’s 120 days Digital Marketing Course.

SEO (Search Engine optimization)

Building a Website is not enough for a person who wants to show his product to the target market for selling Purpose. Here SEO Course in Aligarh with DigitalAliG will help you generating organic traffic on the Website.

Graphic Designing

In this era of modern technology, Graphic Designing is easy to learn but choosing the right tool, colour and layout is a difficult task, that’s why it is said “Designing is so simple, that’s why it is so complicated”. Every developer needs logo, banners, images and other graphic material to make a beautiful website. Without knowing about graphic designing you cannot make an enchanting website. Graphic designing is like applying beautiful clothes on a living body.

Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing training in Aligarh is easy to learn with Digitalalig. Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest and still trending methods for a person who wants to earn the amount as a commission from the product parent company.

Google Adwords

Google Adwords or Google ads which is also known as “Pay Per Click” is likely opposite to Search Engine optimization. Where SEO is unpaid to rank the keywords but here at Google ads you need to pay the amount to Google for ranking your keywords in the search.

Google Adwords

Google Adwords or Google ads which is also known as “Pay Per Click” is likely opposite to Search Engine optimization. Where SEO is unpaid to rank the keywords but here at Google ads you need to pay the amount to Google for ranking your keywords in the search.

Mobile Video Editing

Video editing is common and easier these days. Thanks to the android for providing free applications at play store. Prior to this, video editing was not possible without purchasing premium software. DigitalAlig trains its students in creating well-optimized videos with beautiful creations.

Whiteboard Animation

Animation is one of the best method to attract the viewers. Animation is latest method of Visual marketing in which white board animation makes easy to portray the whole story that people like to show in a particular story ad. At DigitalAliG you will learn how to create white board Animation videos so you can attract your views to look more.

AMU-BHU

AMU or BHU

AMU-BHU

AMU/BHU: The two educational Hubs of Uttar Pradesh

‘Get enrolled where you get the best of the placement opportunities’, we often hear this statement and give a deep thought over it while assessing the institute to which we can put all our eggs to obtain a quality based education and the degree for evidence of the same. But, is education merely about being skilled to the extent that attracts maximum companies to hire from the particular institute? Every year, our youth face a dilemma on which university they should be looking forward to and even among the top and reputed universities; there starts a comparison amidst them of which one stands the first and the best. Let’s discuss about the two topmost central universities of India, namely; Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and Banaras Hindu University (BHU)

About the Establishment of AMU & BHU-

Aligarh Muslim University or AMU is a central university. The current Chancellor of Amu is Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin and Vice-Chancellor as Prof. Tariq Mansoor. The university was established by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in 1875 as Mohammadan Anglo-Oriental College in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. The college was given the university status as Aligarh Muslim University in 1920. Sir Syed realized the need for providing qualitative education to the Muslim and backward community at large to excel and sustain political and social lives. He looked forward to introducing the western education system after being inspired by Oxford and Cambridge universities. He also emphasizes the English language to make students skilled enough to read multiple materials from other countries as well.

Banaras Hindu University or BHU is also a central university in Varanasi district, Uttar Pradesh. The current chancellor and Vice-chancellor are Giridhar Malaviya and Prof. V.K Shukla respectively. It was established in 1916 and was formerly known as Central Hindu Colleges. The seed of its inception was sowed when in 1905 Madan Mohan Malaviya (politician and educational reformer) presented his plan of starting a university during the 21st conference of the Indian National Congress. He put forward his concern regarding India’s poverty and focused on technology and science to students with religion and culture. He also favored the English language as a medium of instruction and with time planned to add another Indian language. In 1911, the Hindu University Society got registered to gain funds and support for building this university, and with the ratification of Annie Besant, Rameshwar Singh, H.H. Prabhu Narayan Singh, and Sundar Lal; it got established.

Major Courses in both the Universities

Aligarh Muslim University offers several qualitative courses in all the major fields with more than 300 courses with 13 faculties

  • In Arts and Social Science, the university offers B.A. in various arts and social science subjects, B.A. in foreign languages, B.A.LLB, B. lib, B.FA, and their masters, etc.

  • In Commerce and managements; there are B.com (Hons), MBA, MTTM, MHRM, MIRM, MBA in hospital management, M.com, MBA in Islamic banking, etc

  • In the Science stream, the university provides MBBS, BDS, BMUS B.tech in various branches, BE, B.Sc. in many subjects, and the masters of all them respectively, the diploma in some important paramedical courses, etc.

  • Ph.D.- AMU carries out a lot of remarkable research works and provides Ph.D. courses in numerous subjects of all the streams

It offers many diploma courses.

Banaras Hindu University equally offers variety of courses

  • In Arts and Social Science- Hons. In many arts and social science subjects, B.A.LLB, LLB, foreign languages, B.F.A., B.P.A. in instrumental Guitar, flute, etc. And their masters respectively.

  • In Commerce and management- B. Com (Hons), MTTM, Masters of Personnel Management and Development, etc.

  • In Science- MBBS, BDS, B.Tech with IIT affiliation, B. Sc in numerous science subjects, etc.

  • The university likewise has a Ph.D. program too in many disciplines of arts, social science, law, science, etc.

The university offers many diploma and professional courses for more skills.

Campus-

Aligarh Muslim University has 80 hostels with 19 halls of residence. Each hall has a reading room, library, facility for indoor games, sports club, etc. The campus has a cricket ground, Willingdon Pavilion, and a hockey ground. The Central Library is Maulana Azad Library with many faculty libraries. Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC) is the university hospital for teaching. It also has Moinuddin Ahmad Art gallery, CEC, Debating Union Hall, and Sir Syed House. There are university campuses in Mallapuram Kerala, Murshidabad West Bengal, and Kishangarj Bihar as well. The other centers of the AMU campus have courses like law, MBA, B.Ed, etc.

Banaras Hindu University maintains 62 hostels. The main library of the campus is Sayaji Rao Gaekwad library and many departmental libraries. The university hospital is Sir Sunderlal hospital. It has Bharat Kala Bhavan is an art and archaeological museum, it consists of literary materials, artifacts, textiles, etc. The university has a Rajiv Gandhi South Campus in the district of Mirzapur. The campus maintains a library, hostels for students, faculty housing. The south campus also hosts Krishi Vigyan Kendra which translated to Agricultural Science Centre. The center takes into account agroforestry, agricultural techniques, and biodiversity suitable for the region.

Conclusion-

In a broader sense, both the universities have been endeavoring equally to excel to the maximum of their potentials. Ever since their inception, they have reached milestones of excellence and achievements. It’s not simply about providing the opportunities of high-profile jobs, but to inducing among students the fragrance of eternal knowledge which indeed makes education meaningful. That’s what BHU and AMU do. Both the universities were built with the vision of providing an arena of knowledge to the succeeding generations by making them skilled for job purposes. The universities have been effectively working towards nurturing students for a century now and hence today we have tons of students passing from these institutions with better vision and reaching heights of success.

Bab e Syed and Bab e Sadi (Centenary Gate)

AMU Bab e Syed and Bab e Sadi (Centenary Gate)

Two giant entrances: AMU Bab-e-Syed and Bab-e-Sadi (Centenary Gate)

Bab e Syed and Bab e Sadi (Centenary Gate)

Amu centenary gate and Bab-e-Syed gate has a long beautiful history. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan envisioned to establish a university that would aid the young generation of this nation in excelling in every field and therefore he prioritised English language as most of the academic work is done in this language world-wide. While developing department buildings, offices, and other type of gates; he maintained Islamic architecture of the same and endeavoured giving Oxford College outlook to some of the structures. As a viewer, these are merely constructions of bricks and cements with significant classical look which can be admired for the designs but all the buildings indeed possess history of education, hard-work, passion and goals. It is place which has planted the seed of wisdom in the lives of millions of people since its initiation.

AMU Centenary Gate

The University has undergone many changes and touched huge milestones of developments ever since it came into existence. It got renamed Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in 1920. With thriving in every aspect; AMU hit another milestone by constricting the Centenary gate to effectively mark the completion of 100 years of being Aligarh Muslim University. The gate was inaugurated virtually by the university chancellor, Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin on the sacred day of 17th October 2020 to honor Sir Syed on his birth anniversary alongside. The Chancellor delightfully congratulated the whole AMU fraternity for this day and made this university progress in their respective roles of teachers, students, administrators, etc.

On 22nd December; the centenary celebration was joined by the respected Prime Minister, Narendra Modi as a chief guest. The PM wholeheartedly congratulated the institute for the same and also of its effectiveness in serving society even in the covid-19 scenario. He referred to the university as mini India and was highly impressed by the diversity AMU has maintained as an institution by taking into account the importance of Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, and Sanskrit languages.

The Centenary gate got constructed near the area of Purani Chungi. The gate is made of red sandstone and the reproduction of Bab-e-Syed gate of AMU, but quite bigger than that. Its structure is beautifully modeled, which evokes and sustains the essence of old-style buildings of Islamic architecture. The gate holds great importance as it opens to all the departments starting from the Commerce department and Minto Circle School, followed by all the other constituent buildings of the institution. This splendid antique look also signifies this institute as being one of the oldest universities of India.

AMU Bab-e-Syed Gate

Bab-e-Syed gate marks the historical landmark for Aligarh Muslim University. The gate is the main public gateway to the university leading to all the departments and faculties, guest houses, Maulana Azad Library (the central library), etc. It is made of red sandstone and some white sandstone. It has cupped arches. The whole structure has a huge gate in the center with two identical short heightened gates on either side of the middle one. On the top of the main gate at parapet; there is this lattice-work being done. There are two colossal miners attached to the main-medial gate and on its left and right side; on them, there is the presence of chatter. Similarly, two small miners are attached to both the entrances gates individually with the chatter work there. On the region of white sandstone, some Arabic calligraphy is done.

Bab-e-Syed symbolizes in itself the gateway to the dreams and aspirations of millions of students coming here to learn and gain. It marks the existence of AMU which is still and alive. The gate is of great value to each and every individual being a part of AMU. All the major rallies and protests take their initial form from this entrance gate only marking the importance it has clasped as the AMU main doorway.

The gate counts in the list of some tourist-visiting places of AMU as its design also resembles some Mughal architectures and hence it fascinates many visitors to explore and clearly observe its construction style.

Conclusion

Although, both the gates are identical to one another; both of them are equally important for the university. Both of them mark the strong existence of Aligarh Muslim University as one of the oldest institutions of India. The gates are not just an access key that leads to the university campus but indeed they are the emblems to the directions where one can acquire knowledge and skills. They lead to the buildings which nurture students to excel in their lives at the national as well as international level.

These gates are those representations of this foundation which constantly reminds the people that AMU is worthy enough to conquer the heights of success in every field. It’s as old as Sir Syed Khan’s dreams were and as firm as he has always imagined it to be in his life.

irfan habib

Irfan Habib History

Irfan Habib: The Pioneer of History

irfan habib

“Without undue modesty, we can say we know more about India’s past than Marx did” written by Irfan Habib in ‘Problems of Marxist historiography’ A highly prominent ancient and medieval historian of India, he has served as a history professor in the Department of History AMU from 1969-91. And in 2007, he was granted the position of Emeritus Professor by this university. Having worked in this field for many decades now, he stands from the Marxist school.

Early Life and Education

Professor Irfan Habib was born in 1931 in the Vadodara city of the state of Gujarat. He completed his under-graduation and post-graduation from Aligarh Muslim University in the years 1951 and 1953 respectively. He effectively excelled with first position in academics in both the programs. After obtaining his master’s degree, he started as a lecturer in AMU and then became the Reader here. Moreover, later in 1956; he acquired the degree of D. Phil from New College Oxford.

His Notable Works

Professor Habib has widely worked on

  • Indian Feudalism

  • History of technologies from ancient to medieval times in India

  • Researched on Vedas and written meticulously about it and vedic age.

  • Agrarian system of Medieval India.

  • Economic history of Medieval India

  • Marxist historiography

  • About British colonialism in India

  • Indus Civilization

  • Maurya’s Rule in India

  • His one of the famous critique about the book “Orientalism” by Edward Said; in which Said stated that western scholars had only glorified their history and personalities and dishonoured the Asian nation but, Habib, explained that if that so then we would never be acknowledged by Aryabhata, Rumi, , Ashoka and Akbar etc.

Habib’s Political Ideas

Irfan Habib is foremost associated with Marxism; he is often titled as Marxist Historian. This signifies his belief in the existence of classless society which ultimately would nullify the concept of upper and lower class and hence no conflict would take place. His works effectively reflects his Marxist ideology. He strongly opposes communalism and favours the promotion of Secularism; a society capable of putting end to the religious tussles among general population. His ideas has influenced large group of people till date.

Some Awards and Positions

  • He was awarded Padma Bhushan in 2005

  • In 2006, he won Muzaffar Ahmad Memorial Prize

  • In 1981, he became the General President of Indian History Congress

  • In 1986, he became the chairman of Indian Council of Historical Research

  • He was granted the position of Editor of Aligarh Magazine in 1952

  • He was appointed as chairman of Department of History, AMU for two times (1975-77 & 1984-94).

He also enjoyed the position of coordinator of Centre of Advance studies, Department of History, AMU in the years 1975-77 & 1994-1996. He also got the position of Dean of Social Science, AMU.

Prominent Books-

  • The Agrarian System of Mughal India 1556-1707

  • An Atlas of the Mughal Empire

  • The Economic History of Medieval India

  • Medieval India: The story of a Civilization

  • People’s History of India- Part 1

The History Department, AMU

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the founder of Aligarh Muslim was deeply interested in history and archaeology, therefore he put great emphasis in this field. The Department of History has been prevalent in AMU since the times of 1875 when AMU was established as Mohammaden Anglo Oriental College in Aligarh. The teachings of this subject initiated from then onwards and since then the department has made innumerable achievements and succeeded in various aspects. In 1968, the department was included as a Centre under the centres of Advanced Study Programmes of University Grants Commission (UGC) leaded by an Oxonian, Professor Noor-ul-Hasan. During his tenure, speedy research was happening in medieval history and three-storey building was built for the department. Another very distinguished Professor of History department was Mohd. Habib, Father of Irfan Habib. He became lecturer in AMU in 1922 and was an Indian Islamic Historian. He actively participated in Indian National Movement. He focused on the writing of History and considered that the historical writings should be referred from original sources. In 1972, Mohommad Habib hall was titled after his name. The departments is entitled as the hub of medieval history.

The department has Medieval Archaeology Section that carries out studies and researches on archaeology of medieval times. It also maintains cartography lab for the historical maps and seminar library for all the events and studies.  The department has under-graduation and post-graduation programs. It also admits students for research. Some major Domains focused are-

  • Sources of History, Persian, Vernacular, Foreign Languages

  • Socio, Economic and Cultural History

  • Art and architecture history

  • Archaeology

  • Islamic History (E.g. Ottoman Empire, history of Persia, etc)

  • Central Asian Studies

  • Military History

  • Gender History

  • Onomastic

  • European history

Conclusion

History is the discipline which engulfs the essence of all the subjects as every subject holds its own history for the people to know the base. Aligarh Muslim University has effectively focused on the history department and its development with the ratification of so many people and its root was created by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan himself. Hence, today the department has its old and long history of developments or modifications. Today, the world knows the department and its professors like Irfan Habib, who not only exercised his knowledge in this institution but all over the world. The various researches and studies are carried out here at a huge level and hence the department is thriving and we can say history department, AMU is still in the great process of creating notable history of eminent works of its own.

Places To visit Aligrah Muslim University

AMU Campus

Best AMU Campus Places to visit : A journey of the blend of Medieval and Modern Architecture

Places To visit Aligrah Muslim University

Amu campus is a place where you will find mine in India.

Be it a travel freak or one who sits in the room to binge books and know about the best places one can visit; we all learn better when we put our act together to actually go and see for ourselves the particular destination. Travelling is indeed a process to learn and thrive. With it being extremely commercialized these days; the explorers have occupied hunting the best tourist-friendly places they can pay their visit to.

Aligarh Muslim University was founded by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in 1875 and carries its history for the world to know. Having completed more than 100 years of its establishment; the institute has a deep-rooted history of innumerable modifications and experiments of former ear and is still creating the same for future generations. This makes it a novel place for travellers to explore and enjoy its antiquity.

Top Tourist Places in AMU

Being a wanderlust; it would surely excite you to know the best tourist places you can visit here in AMU-

  • Sir Syed Academy

This particular building was transformed from a military mess to Sir Syed House by Syed Mahmood, son of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in 1876. However, it was in a ruined state and hence in the 1970s, it was restored to its earliest form and became an academy in Sir Syed’s memory. And its inauguration happened in 1974. The current director of this academy is Prof. Ali Mohammad Naqvi.

  • Constituents of Sir Syed Academy-

    1. Museum- The museum consists of three galleries where there is a description of Mohammad Anglo-Oriental college history, about Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, list of former Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors.

    2. Library- The library in this academy has manuscripts of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and also of the Aligarh movement. It has various books in Hindi, English, and Urdu languages.

    3. Research- The academy manages a team of researchers who are engaged in research works and writing books on Sir Syed and Aligarh Movement, they conduct lectures and seminars on Sir Syed, carry out various projects concerning.

    Archive- This part has old documents of MAO College, Scientific Society, and AMU.

Gulistan-e- Syed

Gulistan-e-Syed is the University Park maintained by the Department of Land and Gardens. It won’t be a fact to be denied that nature provides peace and how mesmerizing its close proximity can be. This is a huge park with ravishing and diversified flowers and plants. Its clean environment makes it favorable for many people to visit and enjoy. It is very spacious and delightful to have picnic time, exercising and. It also organizes flower shows for two days annually.

Kennedy Hall-

Every university tends to sustain some art and literature. It actively provides room for the students to participate and execute their literary skills. In AMU, the Kennedy auditorium was started getting built-in 1959 and got completely constructed in 1962. The hall organizes various interesting programs for the general population like, film festivals, music shows, dramas, programs for alumni or reputed guests who visit AMU, and many other events. The stage grooms students to make the best of their talents for the national level. The building of Kennedy hall is well-built in western style. The song Mere Mahboob from the movie Mere Mahboob (1963) was also shot in this auditorium.

Jama Masjid AMU

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan got the Jama Masjid construction work started inside the AMU campus in 1879, however, the task was fully achieved in 1915. It is the oldest and historical masjid of India and its building style is inspired by the Badshahi Mosque of Lahore which was constructed by the Mughal Emperor, Aurangzeb. Its plan is conventional and has the great essence of Mughal designs and architecture. This style enchants many travelers to visit this mosque and explore it.

The marbles of this monument have the psalms of the Quran in calligraphy. It has multi-colored glasses on doors when hit by sunlight looks so beautiful. Women can also visit the mosque during particular visiting times.

Strachey Hall

This building was the first one in AMU campus and got completely constructed in 1885. The hall was labelled after the name of Sir John Strachey. Its architectural design of this hall is influenced by the Harvard and Cambridge College. It is made up of Red Sandstone.

Victoria Gate

Built in 1894, it was titled Sadar Darwaza. But, later in 1914, it got renamed as Victorian gate after the name of Queen Victoria. It is the entry gate of Strachey hall. The architecture of this gate is a blend of Mughal and English. There is the presence of inscriptions on the marble of the gate and a clock space on the tower of the gate. The antique style and history of this gate attract many visitors to this place and make them curious to know about the gate better.

Musa Dakri Museum

The museum has a preserved collection of sculptures and antique objects by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan from the 1st to 11th century AD. Sir Syed was considered the founder of Medieval Archaeology and this museum gives an insight into the findings of Sir Syed and what he mustered.

Conclusion

Aligarh Muslim University holds great significance for not only India but all over the world. Due to its massive history of evolutions and developments; the institute captivates the nationals as well as international, not only to gain an education but to know about this institution‘s building, styles, and places on campus. The serene atmosphere and antique architecture design created a wonderful platform for the public to visit.

AMU HISTORY

AMU HISTORY

Unknown AMU History - From 1875 to 2021

AMU HISTORY

The AMU History grew out of the work of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the good Muslim reformer and statesman, who within the aftermath of the Indian War of Independence of 1857 felt that it had been important for Muslims to realize education and get entangled within the public life and government services in India. Raja Jai Kishan helped Sir Syed in establishing the university and that created a long AMU History.

AMU History after 1857

Sir Syed saw a requirement for Muslims to accumulate proficiency within the English and Western sciences if the community were to take care of its social and political clout, particularly in Northern India. He began to organize foundation for the formation of a Muslim University by starting schools at Moradabad (1858) and Ghazipur (1863).His purpose for the establishment of the Scientific Society in 1864, in Aligarh was to translate Western works into Indian languages as a prelude to organize the community to simply accept Western education and to inculcate scientific temperament among the Muslims. the extreme desire to ameliorate the social conditions of Indian Muslims led Sir Syed to publish the periodical, ‘Tehzibul Akhlaq’ in 1870. That was a rememberable periodical in AMU History 

Foundation of MAO College

In 1877, Sir Syed founded the Muhammadan Anglo Oriental College in Aligarh and patterned the school after Oxford and Cambridge universities that he had visited on a visit to England. His objective was to create a university in tune with British education system but without compromising its Islamic values. Sir Syed’s son, Syed Mahmood, who was an alumnus of Cambridge, prepared a proposal for an independent university to the “Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College Fund Committee” upon his return from England in 1872.

This proposal was adopted and subsequently modified. Syed Mahmood continued to figure along side his father in founding the school . it had been one among the primary purely residential educational institutions found out either by the govt or the general public in India. Over the years it gave rise to a replacement educated class of Indian Muslims who were active within the form of government of British Raj. When viceroy to India Lord Curzon visited the school in 1901, he praised the work which was carried on and called it of “sovereign importance”.

The college was originally affiliated with the University of Calcutta and subsequently got affiliated with the University of Allahabad in 1885. Near the turn of the century, the school began publishing its own magazine, “The Aligarian”, and established a school of law . it had been also around this point that a movement began to possess it become a university. to realize this goal, expansions were made and more academic programs added to the curriculum of the school . a faculty for women was established in 1907. By 1920 the school was transformed into the Aligarh Muslim University.

Establishment as university

Circa 1900, Muslim University Association was formed to spearhead efforts to rework the school into a university. the govt of India informed the association that a sum of rupees thirty lakhs should be collected to determine the university. Therefore, a Muslim University Foundation Committee was started and it collected the required funds. The contributions were made by Muslims also as non-Muslims. It is written AMU History that Mohammad Ali Mohammad Khan and Aga Khan III had helped in realizing the thought by collecting funds for building the Aligarh Muslim University. With the MAO College as a nucleus, the Aligarh Muslim University was then established by the Aligarh Muslim University Act, 1920.

In 1927, the Ahmadi School for the dim-sighted , Aligarh Muslim University was established and within the following year, a school of medicine was attached to the university. the school of unani medicine, Ajmal Khan Tibbya College was established in 1927 with the Ajmal Khan Tibbiya College Hospital being established later in 1932. The Nehru Medical College and Hospital was established later in 1962 as a neighborhood of the university. In 1935, the Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology was also established as a constituent of the university.

Before 1939, faculty members and students supported an all-India nationalist movement but after 1939, political sentiment shifted towards support for a Muslim separatist movement. Students and school members supported Muhammad Ali Jinnah and therefore the university came to be a middle of the Pakistan Movement.

On January 8, 1877, the Viceroy Lord Lytton, laid the inspiration stone of the Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College (MAO College). The founding father of AMU thus made plain in 1877 that his aim was to determine a university, that the MAO College was but a stepping stone, which it had been to be established by the Muslims of India. These two decisive features marked the whole proceedings from 1877 until 1920. When Lord Ripon, the Viceroy, visited Aligarh in 1884, Sir Syed said: “Some day when our endowments are sufficient, we might request the govt to confer upon us the status of an independent University.”

He was thus fully conscious of the legal requirement of statutory incorporation for a university. Sir Syed couldn’t have imagined that 82 years later India’s highest court would hold that such statutory incorporation exhausted the undisputed historical incontrovertible fact that (a) the Muslims did all they might to determine their university, (b) they continuously asked the govt authority to accord the requisite statutory recognition, and (c) the university that was so established was supported terms agreed between the Muslims and therefore the government. The founder established another institution in 1886 which played its own role, the Muslim Education Conference (MEC). Time was fast running out. a tragic Sir Syed lamented in 1897, on the visit of Lord Elgin, the Viceroy, that he couldn’t hope to measure to ascertain a university for the Muslims of India almost like Oxford and Cambridge becoming a reality. He died on March 27, 1898.

As a young man, the Aga Khan had visited Aligarh in 1896 and promised Syed Ahmad an annual grant. In 1902, he had spoken in favour of a Muslim university in his presidential address at the Muhammadan Educational Conference. the thought of building a Muslim university was warmly greeted by all the Muslim personalities of the day. In December 1902, at the 16th session of the MEC held in Delhi, the Aga Khan supported the proposal in his presidential address during which he visualised this university as a Muslim Oxford.

The movement picked up speed. On January 10, 1911, the Syed Memorial Fund Committee was replaced by a Muslim University Foundation Committee headed by the Aga Khan and based in Aligarh. It acquired the assets of the previous . yet one more body was added in 1915, the Muslim University Association. On February 16, 1911, a Constitution Committee was found out with the Raja of Mahmudabad as president.

AMU Admission in Sportsperson Category

AMU Admission in Sportsperson Category

Aligarh Muslim University Sport Admission

AMU Admission in Sportsperson Category

If you are a students of AMU and still don’t know about AMU Admission in Sports Category then don’t worry This post is for you. 

Aligarh Muslim University also offers admission in several courses under sportsperson category. The contribution of AMU within the fields of various games is understood to everyone. This might be happed thanks to the encouragement and facilities given to AMU Admission in Sports Category from different games. in the continuation of this, AMU offers admission for both male and feminine candidates. There are the subsequent rules and regulations to be followed by each and each candidate to urge admission in sportsperson category.

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1. Only candidates who fulfill the tutorial and Sports eligibility as given in Guide to Admission are going to be considered for admission regardless of invitation to seem for sports trial.

2. Candidates must choose the acceptable category on the most form, upload necessary certificates of achievements in games and also pay a further Test Fee/Processing charge of Rs. 100.00 with the appliance Form, if he/she desires to be considered for Sports category, failing which he/she will forfeit his/her claim for consideration under this category.

3. Filling from Outstanding Sportsperson Performa doesn’t guarantee that the candidate is going to be involved trial by the University.

4. form for admission under Outstanding Sportsperson category shall be considered for less than those sports which are being conducted within the University in various Sports Clubs and can be applicable just for those courses where seats are earmarked for an equivalent (over and above the approved intake for the concerned course of study) as given in Table IV.

Seats Earmarked for Admission under outstanding sportsperson category

5. No form for admission under outstanding sportsperson category shall be considered unless amid attested photocopies of the sports certificate for achievements organized by Sports Authority / Sports bodies for the last three years. Sports certificates won’t be accepted after submission of form.

6. Any certificate provided by the applicant could also be sent to the respective association/federation for verification. If at any stage the certificate isn’t found to be genuine, the admissions are going to be cancelled summarily.

7. Candidates found suitable for consideration could also be called by the University for Fitness and Skill Tests / Trials for Sports. Candidates involved trials will come to Aligarh at their own expenses.

8. Candidates are advised to contact the Secretary, University Games Committee regarding date and time for Sports Trial.

9. Participation in Sports trials doesn’t guarantee the offer of admission. The trial is merely to see the claim made by the candidate that he/she is Sportsperson.

10. Late reporting by a candidate involved trial will forfeit his/her claim for Sports Category.

11. Candidates are required to supply original Certificates of achievements and mark-sheet of the qualifying examination at the time of trial / admission.

12. Relaxation within the eligibility (aggregate percentage) up to five (if required) is going to be given for admission under Outstanding Sportsperson category.

13. Appearance within the admission test is going to be the mandatory requirement for trial. No candidate securing but the minimum marks prescribed for General Category shall be admitted in any of the courses where admission is predicated on Admission / Departmental Test.

14. The University takes no responsibility for any injury incurred to the candidate during the Sports Trial.

15. All the eligibility criteria / requirements of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) need to be met by the candidate (as listed on the web site (www.aiuweb.org) to be nominated under the Sports Category.

16. No intimation letter is going to be sent by post. The list of the candidates involved trial is going to be uploaded on the web site www.amucontrollerexams.com 10-15 days before the trial.

17. Candidates also are advised to see / visit the University website regularly for updates.

18. Decision of the University for Choosing Candidates is going to be final.

19. The deadline for admissions under this category is 10.08.2020. No vacancy after this date shall be filled up.

Criteria for AMU Admission in Sports Category

a. Senior lyceum Certificate (Class XI) and Diploma in Engg.:

1. The candidates should have the achievements at the District Level Competitions organized by recognized Sports Authority / Affiliated bodies.

2. First 3 position in District Championship / Inter School (Educational Institution) organized under the confederation of Public Schools / CBSE / KVS & JNVS.

b. Undergraduate Programmes:

1. Those that secure first three positions in CBSE/KVS, School Nationals and Sports Boards tournaments under SGFI or have represented the All India Combined Schools Teams.

2. Those that represent the state within the National Championship, of varied age groups, organized by the recognized Federations of India.

3. Those that represent India, in any age bracket.

4. Represented District in Regional (Mandal) tournaments / Affiliated to Registered Associations / Federations and faculty Games Federation of India.

AMU Admission in Sports Category Postgraduate Programmes

  1. Additionally to the above category of Sportspersons, those that have participated within the Zonal or All India Intervarsity (Inter Zonal) tournament organized under the auspices of the AIU.

  2. Representing the University a minimum of once is mandatory except in sports where there’s no university team participation.

Distance Education - AMU

AMU Centre for Distance Education (CDE)

Distance Classes in Aligarh Muslim University

Distance Education - AMU

Centre for AMU Distance Education (CDE) mainly believes in reaching the unreached for his or her empowerment and social justice through education. Keeping in mind the abject educational condition of all the backward sections/communities, including Muslims, of the Indian Nation, the CDE is providing basic courses like 10+2 and Bachelor in Arts/ science and Commerce, besides some job-oriented Diploma courses.

The middle follows the syllabi of the most Departments of the Aligarh Muslim University for running its various courses. The course materials are prepared accordingly in self-instructional format in accordance with these syllabi by experts from AMU and other Universities. These materials are reviewed and vetted by the school also as outside experts and edited or modified, whenever necessary. (especially for AMU Distance Education)  In the sight of growing knowledge, syllabus is updated and each care is taken to supply top quality of coursework.

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AMU Distance Education - Study Materials - CDE

The printed study materials are delivered to students at the time of admission / continuation from the office of the CDE or its Study Centers wherever the scholars are registered / admitted. These materials are even posted to students in exceptional cases. Students are advised to contact Programme Coordinator from time to time.

Personal Contact Programme (PCP) For Face-To-Face Guidance

When we are talking about AMU Distance Education we can not forget Personal Contact Programme (PCP) For Face-To-Face Guidance.

For The Personal Contact Programmes are going to be organized at the Centre or at Learner Centres of the University. Prior information for the private Contact Programmes are going to be given to the scholars, facilitating them to attend the programme. the knowledge shall be notified to the scholars well beforehand . Certain percentage of attendance in these programmes is required.

Assignments of AMU Distance Education

During the amount of Personnel Contact Programme, assignments are going to be given to the scholars. The assignments shall be submitted by the candidate within stipulated time. These assignments will function feedback and can be counted towards internal assessment in each paper.

Examination: CDE will organize the examination as per the scheme.

Examination Centre: Examinations are going to be conducted by the Centre for Distance Education, AMU Aligarh.

Dispute / Legal Jurisdiction

Any disputes arising in matters including admission, lessons, personal contact programmes, examination, fees, etc., are going to be subject to the jurisdiction of ALIGARH COURT.

Issue of Admission Forms

A candidate can obtain an admission form from the Centre for AMU Distance Education (CDE), AMU or from the CDE Website www.cdeamu.ac.in. The downloaded admission forms must be attached with a draft of Rs. 300/- (cost of the appliance form) in favour of Finance Officer, AMU, payable at Aligarh alongside other required documents for admission.

The application form also can be obtained from the Cash Counter at CDE, AMU on payment of Rs. 300/- or by sending a Bank Demand Draft of Rs. 350/- in favour of Finance Officer, AMU, payable at Aligarh alongside a self addressed A4 size envelope affixing postal stamp of Rs.60/- to

The Director

Centre for AMU Distance Education

“Nasheman Building”, Opposite Sulaiman Hall

Anoopshahar Road, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh-202002 U.P. (INDIA)

Telephone No: – 0571-2700063, 0571-2700921 (Extn.) 1244

 

Candidates must submit their duly filled form at the CDE office from where it had been obtained.

Selection for Admission - CDE

  • The list of selected candidates for admission are going to be displayed at the Office of the CDE, A.M.U.

  • Admission is hospitable all those that possess prescribed minimum qualification.

  • Admissions are provisional, subject to verification of required documents & eligibility conditions.

Fees

  • All fees shall be paid by Demand Draft in favour of Finance Officer, AMU, payable at Aligarh only

  • The Admission Fees can only be refunded within one month from the date of admission.

Rejection of form - AMU Distance Education

The application form could also be rejected thanks to any of the subsequent reasons:

  • If the candidate doesn’t fulfill the eligibility criteria.

  • If the qualifying examination isn’t recognized by Aligarh Muslim University.

  • If the appliance Form isn’t signed by the Candidate.

  • If the clearance from the AMU Proctor isn’t given.

  • If the appliance form is incomplete.

  • If the knowledge provided by the candidate is incomplete or incorrect.

Note:

the knowledge, provided in form, must be supported by the self attested documents.

Admission / Enrolment Number

The Admission / Enrolment Number are going to be given Only after Completion of Admission.

  • If a student already has AMU Enrolment No. then the scholar should mention an equivalent Enrolment No. within the Admission Form.

  • The Admission Card Issued after the Admission Shall even is Treated As card. The scholars must Retain The Admission Card During the whole Duration in fact.

Important Instructions - AMU Distance Education

  • Applicants must undergo the prospectus carefully and fill the specified information correctly.

  • CDE shall not be liable for any postal delay.

  • Candidates are going to be liable for any misinformation.

  • The form isn’t transferable.

  • Candidates must submit attested photocopies of relevant documents alongside the appliance form. They ought to not enclose any original document.

  • Boards of Examination & Universities Recognized by COBSE & AIU are valid for Admissions.

Documents to be submitted with the appliance Forms:

Applications to varied Courses are required to submit photocopies of self attested Aadhar Card, Marksheets / Gradesheets of all examinations gone by the candidate.

Note:-

In AMU Disatance Education Two degree programmes can’t be allowed to be pursued simultaneously; however, a student can pursue a degree and a diploma course simultaneously through combination of distance and regular mode from an equivalent or different university (ies)

AMU distance Education courses

Centre for Distance Education (CDE) in AMU

AMU distance Education courses

AMU distance Education courses

The Centre of AMU Distance Education (CDE) is an integral part of the AMU and an expression of the University’s concern and commitment for spread of education in all strata of society and all parts of the country. There is a large section of society which is unable to participate in the regular / formal stream of education due to occupational, financial or social constraints. Persons like these can get an opportunity to derive the benefits of education through distance mode.

Adopting flexible and innovative methods of education to ensure ‘independent learning’ to anyone, anytime and anywhere, the Centre offers programmes of the study that are customized to meet the learning requirements of knowledge seekers as well as to ensure that they learn at their own pace and convenience. The CDE has a special commitment to the cause of Women’s education, particularly of the minority community, among those who are educationally and economically deprived section. Given an opportunity to study at home supported with study materials, women can benefit immensely from this programme.

Offered Courses

  1. Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) (Class XI) Arts / Social Science

The Senior Secondary School Certificate course consists of two parts: Part I (XI) and Part II (XII). The examination for this course shall be held at the end of each academic session of class XI and XII respectively under the programme of AMU Distance Education, AMU, Aligarh.

Eligibility:

Secondary School Certificate / High School examination of the Aligarh Muslim University or an examination recognized by the Aligarh Muslim University.

Course Duration: Minimum Two Years and Maximum Five Academic Years

Medium of Course Material: Urdu or Hindi

Medium of Examination: Urdu/Hindi/English

Course Fees: – 3,000/-

Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) (Class XI) Commerce

The Senior Secondary School Certificate course consists of two parts: Part I (XI) and Part II (XII). The examination for this course shall be held at the end of each academic session of class XI and XII respectively under the programme of AMU Distance Education,  Aligarh.

Eligibility:

Secondary School Certificate / High School examination of the Aligarh Muslim University or an examination recognized by the Aligarh Muslim University.

Course Duration:

Minimum Two Years and Maximum Five Academic Years

Medium of Course Material: English

Medium of Examination: English

Course Fees: – 3,500/-

Bachelor of Commerce

Eligibility:

Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC, 10+2), in any stream, from AMU or other examination board recognized by Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.

Course Duration: Minimum Six Semesters and Maximum Eight Academic Years

Medium of Course Material: English

Medium of Examination: English

Course Fees: – 5,000/-

Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)

    Eligibility:

    Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC, 10+2), in Science stream, from AMU or other examination board recognized by Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.

    Course Duration: Minimum Six Semesters and Maximum Eight Academic Years

    Medium of Course Material: English

    Medium of Examination: English

    Course Fees: – 12,000/-

    Bachelor of Library & Information Science (BLIS)

    Eligibility:

    Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks from any institution recognized by AMU.

    OR

    Bachelor’s degree in any discipline having 45% marks with library experiences of 5 years in a recognized library.

    OR

    Bachelor’s degree in any discipline having 45% marks with Master’s degree in Second Division from any institution recognized by AMU.

    Course Duration: Minimum Two Semesters and Maximum Four Academic Years

    Medium of Course Material: English

    Medium of Examination: English/Hindi/Urdu

    Course Fees: – 8,000/-

    Bachelor of Library & Information Science (BLIS)

    Eligibility:

    Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks from any institution recognized by AMU.

    OR

    Bachelor’s degree in any discipline having 45% marks with library experiences of 5 years in a recognized library.

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      OR

    Bachelor’s degree in any discipline having 45% marks with Master’s degree in Second Division from any institution recognized by AMU.

    Course Duration:

    Minimum Two Semesters and Maximum Four Academic Years Medium of Course Material: English Medium of Examination: English/Hindi/Urdu

    Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication (PGD-JMC)

      Eligibility:

      Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

      Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

      Medium of Course Material: English

      Medium of Examination: English

      Course Fees: – 9,000/-

      Post Graduate Diploma in Portfolio Management (PGD-PM)

      Eligibility:

      Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

      Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years Medium of Course Material: English Medium of Examination: English Course Fees: – 10,500/-

      Post Graduate Diploma in Language for Advertisement, Marketing & Media (PGD-LAMM)

        Eligibility:

        Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

        Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

        Medium of Course Material: English

        Medium of Examination: English

        Course Fees: – 9,000/-

        Post Graduate Diploma in Guidance & Counseling (PGD-G&C)

        Eligibility: Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU

        Preference will be given to candidates having a background of Psychology, Educational psychology, Education, M.Ed., Social Work, Child Development, Human Development

        Candidate having MBBS / BDS / B. Tech. will also be considered for admission.

        Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

        Medium of Course Material: English

        Medium of Examination: English

        Course Fees: – 9,800/-

        Post Graduate Diploma in Human Rights and Duties (PGD-HRD)

          Eligibility:

          Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

          Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

          Medium of Course Material: English

          Medium of Examination: English

          Course Fees: – 8,000/-

          Social Science (PGD-SPSS)

          Eligibility:

          Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

          Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

          Medium of Course Material: English

          Medium of Examination: English

          Course Fees: – 9,000/-

          Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management (PGD-MM)

          Eligibility:

          Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

          Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

          Medium of Course Material: English

          Medium of Examination: English

          Course Fees: – 8,000/-

          Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management (PGD-PMM)

            Eligibility:

            Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

            Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

            Medium of Course Material: English

            Medium of Examination: English

            Course Fees: – 8,000/-

            Post Graduate Diploma in Office Management (PGD-OM)

            Eligibility:

            Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

            Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

            Medium of Course Material: English

            Medium of Examination: English

            Course Fees: – 8,000/-

            Post Graduate Diploma in Sales and Retails (PGD-SR)

            Eligibility:

            Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

            Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

            Medium of Course Material: English

            Medium of Examination: English

            Course Fees: – 8,000/-

            Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Programming (PGD-CP)

            Eligibility:

            Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

            Course Duration:

            Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

            Medium of Course Material: English

            Medium of Examination: English

            Course Fees: – 9,000/-

            Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Safety & Management (PGD-ISM)

            Eligibility:

            Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

            Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

            Medium of Course Material: English

            Medium of Examination: English

            Course Fees: – 10,000/-

            Post Graduate Diploma in Travel & Tourism Management (PGD-TTM)

            Eligibility:

            Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

            Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

            Medium of Course Material: English

            Medium of Examination: English

            Course Fees: – 8,000/-

            Diploma in Communicative Skills in English (DCSE)

            Eligibility:

            Certificate in Communicative English / B.A. Part-I or B.Com. Part-I from AMU or from any Institution recognized by AMU.

            Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

            Medium of Course Material: English

            Medium of Examination: English

            Course Fees: – 4,500/-

            Post Graduate Diploma in Travel & Tourism Management (PGD-TTM)

            Diploma in Foreign Languages (DFL)

            Languages Offered:

            (A) Chinese, (B) Spanish, (C) French, (D) German

            Eligibility:

            Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from any institution recognized by AMU.

            Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

            Medium of Course Material: English

            Medium of Examination: English

            Course Fees: – 6,000/-

            Certificate in Information Technology (CIT)

            Eligibility:

            SSSC (+2) or its equivalent degree recognized by AMU

            Course Duration:

            Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

            Medium of Course Material

            : English

            Medium of Examination:

            English

            Course Fees: – 6,000/-

            Certificate in Computer Hardware and Network Technology (CCHNT)

              Eligibility:

              SSSC (+2) or its equivalent degree recognized by AMU

              Course Duration: Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

              Medium of Course Material: English

              Medium of Examination: English

              Course Fees: – 6,000/-

              Certificate in Goods and Service Tax (CGST)

              Eligibility:

              SSSC (+2) or its equivalent degree recognized by AMU

              Course Duration:

              Minimum One Year and Maximum Four Academic Years

              Medium of Course Material: English

              Medium of Examination: English

              Course Fees: – 6,000/

              AMU Entrance Exam

              AMU Entrance Exam Date 2021

              Aligarh Muslim University (AMU Entrance exam) Dates 2021 announced

              After a long time, the wait is ended, People who are waiting for the AMU entrance exam 2020 – 2021. Aligarh Muslim University has confirmed the entrance date sheet.

              The AMU entrance exam is just around the corner. AMU Entrance Exam Dates 2021 has been announced and it’s time to prepare for it. AMU University offers various courses in the field of engineering, medical, management, law, architecture, humanities & arts and many others through AMU exam. The AMU entrance exam will be conducted by Aligarh Muslim University which was established in 1875 by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan as an institution of higher learning for Muslims of India. Here are complete details about AMU Exam Dates 2021 including its schedule and eligibility criteria:

              Amu has confirmed the date of courses like B.sc., B.com., B.A., B.Arch, B.tech., B.A.LLB., SSC., Diploma in Engg., Arts, MBA, B.ed. and another entrance date.

              AMU Entrance Exam Dates 2021

              Date of Exam

              Course

              Timing

              19-Sep-2021

              BSc (Hons)

              10 am–12 noon

              19-Sep-2021

              BCom (Hons)

              10 am–12 noon

              19-Sep-2021

              BA (Hons)

              3 pm–5 pm

              20-Sep-2021

              BArch (paper 2).

              9 am–12 noon

              20-Sep-2021

              BTech/BArch (paper 1)

              2 pm–5 pm

              21-Sep-2021

              BA LLB

              3 pm–5 pm

              26-Sep-2021

              Senior Sec School (SC)/Diploma in Engineering

              10 am–12 noon

              26-Sep-2021

              Sr. Sec. School (Hum/Comm)

              3 pm - 5 pm

              27-Sep-2021

              Bridge Course-SSSC (for graduates of Deeni Madaris)

              10 am–12 noon

              27-Sep-2021

              MBA/MBA (IB)/MBA (IBF)

              10 am–12 noon

              27-Sep-2021

              BEd

              3 pm - 5 pm

              lates amu entrance exam date sheet

              Q: When will the admit card of AMU entrance exam 2021 be released?

              A: The admit card of all courses through AMU entrance admission test will be available at least a week or 10 days before the entrance exam date.

              Q: Last date of application for AMU entrance exam 2021?

               

              A: The last date of application form submission for UG courses has ended.  

              Q: Can I apply now for the AMU entrance exam 2021 ?

              A: No, you cannot apply for 2021 but yes you can apply for amu entrance exam 2022 next year.

              Q: What are the dates AMU entrance exam 2021 for all courses? 

              A: It is starting with 19 September 2021

              Q: What is the date for AMUEE answer keys?

              A: The answer keys for the AMU entrance exam will be available within 10 days after the exam date. 

              Q: When will the result of AMUEE be declared?

              A: The results of AMU entrance exam will be declared within 45 days of the exam.

              Q: What is the counselling schedule of AMUEE?

              A: The counselling schedule of AMUEE 2021 will be available only after the declaration of result in 2021. 

              Q: How much is the late application fee for AMUEE 2021?

              A: For each course, the candidates submitting the forms after the last date of application have to submit Rs 300 along with the application fee.