Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Urges Students to Leave Hostel

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Vice Chancellor (VC) in an online meeting informed the Hall / NRSC administrators and other university officials that there are many students living in campus hostels. The letter added that Dean Student’s Welfare and Proctor, AMU would write to all hostel managers asking them to leave all students.

The letter further stated that parents of students still living in hostels would also be notified. “In order to evacuate the hostels, a separate letter will be sent to the parents of the existing students living in the hostels by the relevant Provost to call on their ward to return to their homes,” it read. emailed and mailed to parents.Alternatively, security personnel have been advised to keep a strict college check.

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) VC also called on all intelligence and staff to register for the CoWin program and “vaccinate first”.

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Earlier, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) had also called for its teaching and non-teaching staff to be vaccinated. In the book, varsity reported that teachers were seen as role models for other sections of society, hence, they could lead by example and encourage others to “doubt their doubts and get vaccinated.”

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