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AMU mountaineering team achieves 6000 meter climbing
Saturday October 12, 2013 8:10 PM, News Network

A two-member team of Hiking and Mountaineering Club, Aligarh Muslim University participated in Advance Mountaineering Course-cum-Mountaineering Expedition held at Mt. Golap Kangri located at Zanskar Range of the Western Himalayas near the Karkoram Range at Leh (Ladakh).

The two member team comprised Mohammad Abdullah Khan, a student of MA (Previous) and Monis Siddiqui, a student of BA (II).

Both the students completed the above mentioned course and climbed a height of 6000 meters.

"This is a big achievement for the Hiking and Mountaineering Club", a university official said.

The Mountaineering course was organized by the Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering and Winter Sports, Pahalgam (J&K).

Prof. Tariq Mansoor, Secretary, University Games Committee and Dr. Shadab Khurshid, President, Hiking and Mountaineering Club have congratulated the players on the achievement.

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