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Sunday, May 16, 2010 10:54:51 AM, Special Correspondent

Anis Ansari , I.A.S. (Retd.) first Vice-Chancellor of U.P. Urdu, Arabi, Farsi University, Lucknow

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Lucknow: To felicitate Anis Ansari , I.A.S. (Retd.) on his appointment as the first Vice-Chancellor of U.P. Urdu, Arabi, Farsi University, Lucknow, All India Muslim Forum on March 13, 2010 organized a Seminar at Press Club on The Significance of U.P. Urdu, Arabi, Farsi University, Lucknow – Its Impact on the Citizens of U.P., especially the Muslims, and their Expectations.


The seminar was attended by host of lawyers, teachers, social activists, Muslim Forum office bearers, and many prominent people including Prof. Manzoor Ahmed, ex-Vice-Chancellor of Agra University, Dr. M.S. Naqvi, Principal of Shia P.G.College, Salahuddin Sheebu advocate and Seraj Ansari, a renowned sportsperson.

Welcoming Anis Ansari, the Chairman of All India Muslim Forum, Dr. M.K. Sherwani stressed that the establishment of ‘U.P. Urdu, Arabi, Farsi University , Lucknow ’ was a positive step for fulfilling the long-pending demand of the Urdu-loving citizens of U.P., especially Muslims.


Undoubtedly, Dr. Sherwani asserted , this upcoming institution reflects the sincerity of the B.S.P. government towards the sensitivity of Muslim community, and further, the appointment of a versatile person like Anis Ansari, as its first Vice-Chancellor will definitely boost the expectations of the people of U.P. who aspire to give a fresh lease of life to these three allied languages which have been totally neglected after independence. Ansari, besides having the vast administrative experience, is also an internationally acknowledged Urdu poet.

Highlighting the basic features of this University and its jurisdiction, Anis Ansari emphasized that it will be the first academic centre in U.P. for synchronizing the pattern of Madarsa education, and will prove an effective instrument to make Urdu, Arabi and Farsi as job-oriented languages.


He assured the audience that during his tenure he will leave no stone unturned in making the expectations of the government and the people of U.P. especially Muslims a reality.


He disclosed that though the functioning of the University on the allotted land is likely to take some time as it is still under construction, he will be persuading the government to allocate some building for this purpose so as to start it at the earliest.

Ansari’s speech was followed by a lively discussion during which the participants sought to know the real nature of this University, and how it will seek to preserve Urdu, Arabi and Farsi as languages.





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