MANUU V-C inaugurates study centre at Kargil
‘Varsity mulls to open women polytechnic in Srinagar’
Kargil, May 25: Moulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) Vice-Chancellor, Professor Muhammad Miyan today inaugurated the distance study center of the varsity at Degree College here.
In a communiqué varsity said, Prof Muhammad Miyan inaugurated the Centre in the presence of Chief Executive Councilor Kargil, Kacho Ahmad Ali Khan.
Interacting with students, Prof Miyan said MANUU was a Central University and the main objective of establishing study centers in J&K was that its official language was Urdu and hence there was huge potential for the Urdu knowing people.
Prof Miyan announced special provisions for the students of Kargil who want to pursue Masters Degree from the University.
He said in the new study center, courses would be offered in three subjects and later on they more subjects would be added so that every student could get benefit of the study center.
He said the university was planning to open a women polytechnic college in Srinagar with a teacher training center for encouraging the girl students.
Chief Executive Councilor LAHDC Kargil, Kacho Ahmad Ali Khan stressed the need of reviving Urdu and said that MANUU was playing an important role in the promotion of language.
Meanwhile, MANUU has invited applications from students for admission to various courses in campus mode. The filled in application forms except for Ph.D. shall be submitted on or before May 30 at University Headquarters, Hyderabad, the communiqué said adding the last date for M.Phil, Translation Studies was June 5 and all other Ph.D. Programmes July 4.
The prospectus and application forms can be downloaded from the website www.manuu.ac.in, it said adding the University provides fellowship of Rs 5,000 and Rs. 3,000 per month to the students of Ph. D. and M. Phil. respectively as per UGC Norms.
Scholarship of Rs 1000 P/M is provided to the students of Master Degree programmes subject to availability of funds, it said.
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