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Induction Programme ends at MANUU

Hyderabad: Six days long Students Induction Programme (SIP), organized by Dean Student’s Welfare (DSW), Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), for newly admitted students, concluded today. The programme was inaugurated on 1st August.

The programme began with the presentation of activities by the fresh batch of students in auditorium at Directorate of Distance Education.

Dr. M.A. Sikandar, Registrar, MANUU presided over the valedictory session. Dr. Sikandar while addressing students as a resource person said that there is a difference between knowledge and wisdom. Information can be obtained from anywhere – books, Google etc., but only teachers tells us whether that information is right or wrong. That is why Institutions have its importance.

He also gave detailed presentation about the National Cadet Corps (NCC) established in the University. He elaborated the aims and the very larger national purpose of the establishment of NCC in India.

Dr. Sikandar encouraged the young minds and souls of the fresh batch to show their interest in attending extra-curricular activities.

The NCC officer of the university gave information that students enrolled in three years long course are eligible to join NCC unit in the University.

Earlier, Dr. M. Vanaja, Director, Directorate of Admissions welcomed the students and shared her happiness to see the huge turnout of the students as a fresh batch of students from all over the country.

Prof. Siddiqui Mohammad Mahmood, Coordinator, Induction Programme presented the brief report of the the programme.

Dr. Mohammad Kamil, Additional Controller of Examinations provided extensive information about the examination pattern, process of choosing courses at IUMs portals, and all related information about evaluation, internal assessments, and use of IUMS, an online software for all purposes.

Prof. Syed Alim Ashraf, Dean, Student’s Welfare proposed vote of thanks whereas Dr. Sami Siddiqui, Asst. Dean welcomed all the guests and students.

Dr. Karan Singh Utwal, Deputy Dean and Assistant Deans – Dr. Khwaja Mohd Ziyauddin, Dr. Shabana Kesar, Dr. M. Sami Siddiqui and Dr. Mohd Akbar including Ms. Najamunnisa-Counsellor and entire office staff were present in the programme as the organizing team of the Student Induction Programme.

The role of Public Relations Officer, Abid Abdul Wasay was crucial in organizing the event and disseminating the information in the media. (INN)

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