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MANUU to Host First Astronomy Nurture Camp

Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) in Gachibowli, Hyderbad

Press Release (Hyderabad): For the first time, Maulana Azad National Urdu University has been selected to host the Astronomy Nurture Camp 2015 that is scheduled to start from tomorrow (December 2). The camp will be wrapped up on December 14. It is also a first for any university in the …

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Azad Contributed for Higher Education in India, Dy CM Mahmood Ali

Deputy Chief Minister of Telangana Mahmood Ali

Md. Younus/HYM News # Maulana Abul Kalam Azad has significantly contributed for higher education in India, said TS deputy chief minister Mahmood Ali. He said Azad’s birth anniversary must be celebrated as ‘Education Day’ rather than Minorities Day. Speaking at Ravindra Bharati during a seminar commemorating Azad’s 127th birth anniversary, Mr. …

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Nalsar University of Law

NALSAR University (Law) in Shamirpet, Hyderabad

Name Nalsar University of Law About The NALSAR campus is a breathtaking mix of bold architecture and stunning landscaping. Laid over 55 acres, the campus boasts of spacious dining halls, , a stadium, tennis lawns and even a small pond of its own. The teaching community and the University infrastructure …

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University of Hyderabad

University of Hyderabad - HCU

Name University of Hyderabad About UoH has 46 different Departments and Centers organized in 12 Schools of study. It has over 400 faculty and over 5000 students. Founded 1974 Courses UOH offers post-graduate programs in Sciences, Fine Arts, Languages, Computer Applications, and opportunities for doctoral research. Information about admissions. Location …

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Nalsar University of Law

NALSAR University (Law) in Shamirpet, Hyderabad

Name Nalsar University of Law About The NALSAR campus is a breathtaking mix of bold architecture and stunning landscaping. Laid over 55 acres, the campus boasts of spacious dining halls, , a stadium, tennis lawns and even a small pond of its own. The teaching community and the University infrastructure …

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