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Mazharul Haq Arabic University opens branch in Munger

Munger: A Branch of Maulana Mazharul Haq Arabic and Persian University, Patna was inaugurated in this city’s Zakir Husain Institution on 21 August by Dr. M. Niazi, Principal of B. R. M. College. Speaking on this occasion, the coordinator of this centre Nishi Kant Rai said that after the establishment of this branch, students of this place will not have to go somewhere else, adding that in this branch regular teaching of UG Vocational and certificate course will be started and that skill training under Bihar Skill Development Mission will be started from October. In addition to these, computer training will be started from 15 October and training in agricultural, beautician and food processing fields will be started from the last week of October. He said that students can seek admission here and can derive the benefits of technical education arranged and run by this University. He said that during the past ten years more than 500 boy and girl students have qualified in different technical courses from this University of whom more than 200 have been appointed in government and non-governmental offices and institutions. Of the para-medical students who have passed from this University, more than 60 percent are serving in private clinics and the remaining pass out students (boy and girl) are being imparted free training in Sadar Hospital.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-30 September 2016 on page no. 14

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