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Record success of Bridge Course passouts

Aligarh: Twenty-seven students of the Aligarh Muslim University's Bridge Course for Madrasa passouts in Aligarh Muslim University created history by qualifying admission tests for various courses in and outside AMU in the open category, while the remaining three students are in the waiting list, making the result 100 percent.

The novel course was launched by the AMU last year on the initiative of the Vice Chancellor, Zameer Uddin Shah who has expressed satisfaction and happiness on the exemplary success of the madrasa students. He said, "This success justifies his faith that these students have immense potential if given an opportunity".

Out of the successful students, Jalauddin has secured admission in BA Islamic Studies in Jamia Millia Islamia, while Mohammad Belal has got admission to Tib in Jamia Hamdard. Mohammad Fahim Akhtar has been offered admission to BALLB while Abdur Rahim and Nayeem Akhtar have got admission to English, Atiqur Rahman, Atif Javed, Ukasha, Zubair Ahmad, Irshad Ahmad and Ahmad Samani to Economics, Rizwanullah to Political Science, Haseer Khan and Junaid Alam to Islamic Studies, Sarwar Alam, Ahmadullah, Abdul Mubeen and Mohammad Asif in Arabic and Sharafat Husain, Abrar Alam, Ajmal Husain, Moammad Noman, Musabbiha, Mushahid Raza, Razaq Ahmad, Mohammad Faizan Raza and Ahmadul Haq in Urdu in AMU.
 

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-30 September 2014 on page no. 13

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