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The campaign for Aligarh Muslim University Students Union (AMUSU) Elections today ended with the final speeche

Aligarh, October 6: The campaign for Aligarh Muslim University Students Union (AMUSU) Elections today ended with the final speeches of the candidates at the University’s Union Hall. The topic of the speech was ‘Role of AMU in the Indian Freedom Movement’. Dr Mohsin Raza, senior alumnus and AMUSU President in 1966 presided over the proceedings.

The polling for AMUSU Elections is scheduled to take place on October 8, 2016 in the respective University Faculties.

Faizul Hasan, Md Rizwan and Mohd Abul Farah delivered their final speeches as candidates for AMUSU President while Mohd Nadeem Ansari, Kehkashan Khanam, Farham Ali, Janib Hasan and Mohammad Arafat Hasan Rizvi delivered speeches as candidates for AMUSU Vice-President.

Mohd Shikoh, Mohd Emran Ghazi, Nabeel Usmani and Mahfooz Alam, aspirants for the position of Hony Secretary also delivered speeches on the occasion.

During their speeches, the student speakers assured that they will strive to restore AMU’s Minority Character and will work tirelessly for raising the academic standards of the University.

They pointed out that the problems of students can be taken care of only with a strong Students Union.

The student candidates assured that there will be better facilities in various residential halls in general and girls hostels in particular. They also promised to promote the vision of AMU Founder Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in social, educational and cultural advancements.

Chief Election Officer, Professor Iqbal Parwez and AMUSU Hony Treasurer, Prof Mohd Nafees Ahmad Ansari and a large number of University teachers were also present. Dr Shariq Aqueel conducted the speech proceedings.    

News Desk

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Aligarh Muslim University

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