AMU Pro-Vice Chancellor meets AMU alumni in Boston
ALIGARH: The Pro-Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, Brig. S. Ahmad Ali is on a visiting to the United States of America to attend several programmes organized by AMU alumni.
Brig. Ali, along with his wife Mrs. Rizwana Ali attended an alumni get-together in Boston area. The Aligarh Alumni Association of New England (AAANE) felicitated the Pro-Vice Chancellor with a plaque and discussed with him various issues pertaining to the development of the Aligarh Muslim University.
Addressing at a dinner hosted by the AAANE, Brig. Ali highlighted efforts being made to take the AMU to new heights. AMU alumni and friends of AAANE from the New England area attended the event and had an interaction with the Pro-Vice Chancellor.
The Vice President of AAANE, Dr. Noman Siddiqi presided over the function. He also read out the welcome message from the organizationâ€™s President, Dr. Mohsin Alvi and highlighted various activities and projects of philanthropy undertaken by the AAANE.
Dr. Suhaib Riaz, Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston passionately advocated for increasing interaction amongst AMU faculty and students, AMU alumni and the University administration.
Dr. Syed Masarrat Ali of Sir Syed Excellence in Science Award (SSESA), AAANE, highlighted the history of SSESA and the various schemes undertaken by it for promotion of science.
Brigadier Syed Ahmad Ali presented a slide show covering the progress made by the Aligarh Muslim University during the past few years. He talked about how the university was awarded the A grade by the NAAC. He said that the university had implemented new programs, new courses and outreach schemes etc. He also elaborated on how the alumni donations were being put to good use at the university. He shed light on future projects and funding situation and need for the alumni to stay engaged with their Alma Mater. His presentation was followed by a Q&A session.
On this occasion, the Pro-Vice Chancellor, Brig Ali presented a memento to the AAANE.