AMU drafts Rs.100 billion plan for Improving Standards & Infrastructure


Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has submitted a plan of Rs. 100 billion to University Grants Commission (UGC) to improve its academic standards and over all infrastructure.

AMU is planning to offer 168 new courses apart from creating well equipped laboratories, new libraries, filling up more faculty positions and creating new sections in campus. AMU is one of the leading and prestigious university of North India, with a rich heritage and history. Since the inception of new technology and courses, university has progressed at a steady pace and now wants to expand & standardize its academic structure.

The modernization plan was handed over to the UGC team, who recently visited the university campus.

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