AMU alumni celebrate birth anniversary of its founder
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The 195th birth anniversary of the founder of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was celebrated here.
A large number of alumni under the banner of 'AMU Old Boys Association, Bhopal' recalled Sir Syed's contribution in establishing the university during British rule at a function held last night.
Madhya Pradesh Minority Communities chairman Anwar Mohammad Khan urged the University to adopt a more rational and scientific thinking that would enable it to bring changes in the society in accordance with contemporary challenges.
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