NEW DELHI: Aligarh Muslim University's proposal to establish two of its special centres at Murshidabad and Malappuram has been approved by the President of India in his capacity as the University Visitor under Sub-Section (2) of Section 12 of the University Act.
At a meeting of chairpersons of various departments and principals of colleges, Vice-Chancellor P. K. Abdul Azis said the Union Government has sanctioned Rs.25 crore for the Murshidabad centre and Rs.10 crore for the Malappuram centre. The University is planning to start BA. LL.B. and MBA programmes at the new centres from the upcoming new academic year, he added.
“The University will hold an Academic Council meeting … to get the necessary approval. A small committee of Deans has already been assigned the task of framing and modification of rules and regulations,” he said.