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The Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, Prof. P. K. Abdul Azis on Sunday said that the University has made significant advancement to improve the quality of teaching and research and expansion of the University »
Aligarh: AMU Vice Chancellor, Prof. P. K. Abdul Azis said that the AMU Malappuram campus should reflect the exterior architectural ethos of Aligarh Muslim University.
"The buildings in the new centre should blend with green field, energy saving and modern components of highest global order", he asserted.
While addressing the meeting with CPWD Calicut Central Division officials, Prof. Azis said the University is waiting for the DPR to be submitted by EdCIL for planning the next step of action. By July the University may be needing necessary temporary facilities to move MBA and BALLB programmes into the Malappuram centre’s campus.
The Vice chancellor said that the detail building plan and the facilities will be provided indicating the location of Academic Blocks, Medical, Engineering and Women’s Colleges, hostels, staff apartments, shopping and sports complexes etc. and urged the CPWD visiting officials to submit a detailed proposal taking a holistic view of the Malappuram Centre’s campus design.
N. N. S. S. Rao, Superintendent Engineer gave a brief insight into the work of CPWD Calicut Division and assured the University that the work will be implemented with utmost care, quality and timeline will also be maintained.
K. V. Peter, Executive Engineer, CPWD, Calicut Central Division also participated in the discussion along with Prof. V. K. Abdul Jaleel.
AMU Registrar, Mrs. Yasmin Jalal, Finance Officer, Prof. Pervez Mustajab, Controller of Examination, Prof. Akhtar Haseeb, OSD (Development), Prof. Ekram Husain, Principal, Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology, Prof. N. A. K. Durrani, Media Advisor, Prof. Jawaid Akhtar, Dean, Faculty of Management, Feroz Ahmad, University Engineer and Minhaj, Deputy Registrar (Development) were present in the meeting.
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