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AMU awards Dr Afshan Naheed Hashmi
At a function organised by the ladies club, AMU university vice chancellor professor P K Abdul Azis presented an award of excellence to Dr Afshan Naheed Hashmi. Azis urged the office bearers of ladies club to come forward for more social work.
THE VICE Chancellor of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), professor P K Abdul Azis presented an award of excellence to Dr Afshan Naheed Hashmi, president of the Global Regulatory and Business Solutions, Maryland, USA at a function organised by the ladies club of the university.


Azis said that AMU ladies are highly educated and a source of strength to the society. He urged the office bearers of ladies club to come forward for more social work and remove the illiteracy in the university surroundings.


Dr Jamila Majid Siddiqui, president of the ladies club said that a core group of six women established this club along the lines of the Army Wives Welfare Club in 1972. The main purpose of the club was to offer a platform for social and cultural awareness of AMU women and other enlightened women in the city. She said that it was resolved that AMU ladies club will not discuss issues pertaining to the university’s functioning, but will enhance the image of AMU through its social and cultural work.


Dr. Jamila Majid Siddiqui highlighted the activities of the club and said that the club set up the Ismat Literacy Centre to provide education to the girl children from the poor households of areas neighbouring the AMU campus.


Prof M Saleemuddin was the guest of honour. Azra Farooqui, secretary of the club welcomed the guests.
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