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MANUU VC Professor Syed Ainul Hasan opens Bhopal Campus

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Bhopal, Dec. 7: In a significant event on Tuesday, the Vice-Chancellor of MANUU (Maulana Azad National Urdu University) Professor Syed Ainul Hasan inaugurated the university’s Bhopal campus.

Professor Hasan, in his address, conveyed a strong commitment to elevating the standards of the Bhopal campus and transforming it into a satellite campus in the near future. The sprawling 6.44-acre campus is poised to play a crucial role in achieving educational excellence for Bhopal University.

Highlighting the importance of community engagement, Professor Ainul Hasan emphasized the necessity of forging strong relationships with the local community and schools in Bhopal. He underscored that such initiatives are integral to fulfilling the university’s mandate. Additionally, Professor Ainul Hasan announced plans for the opening of a professional training center catering to various professions in Bhopal next year.

Commending the efforts of the Bhopal campus in reaching a broader audience and providing diverse educational opportunities, Professor Muhammad Razaullah Khan, Director of Distance Education, expressed his appreciation for the initiatives undertaken.

Regional Director (Bhopal) Professor Muhammad Ahsan extended gratitude to Vice-Chancellor Professor Syed Ainul Hasan for prioritizing the formal inauguration amid his busy schedule.

The event witnessed the presence of distinguished personalities from Bhopal and various parts of the country. Notable figures, including renowned Urdu poet Manzar Bhopali, former DG PMW Ansari, Professor Haleem Khan, and Professor Zargham Haider, shared their insights on education and the specific needs of the newly inaugurated campus.

Chief Qazi Syed Mushtaq Ali Nadvi presided over the session and offered prayers, adding a touch of solemnity to the occasion.

Assistant Regional Director Sadat Khan conveyed gratitude to all participants.

The inauguration attracted a substantial turnout of dignitaries from the esteemed city of Bhopal, marking a momentous step toward fostering education and community development.