B. Tech., BALLB and B.Ed. entrance tests held peacefully at AMU


ALIGARH  : A total of 11346 candidates out of 14250 applicants wrote the test for admission in B. Tech/ B. Arch courses of the Aligarh Muslim University, which was held in the morning shift today in six different cities including Aligarh, Kolkata, Lucknow, Patna, Srinagar, Kozhikode and Delhi.

The University also conducted the entrance tests for admissions to the BALLB and B.Ed. programmes from 4 pm to 6 pm at AMU and in three other cities including Kolkata, Kozhikode and Delhi.

A total of 4818 candidates have applied for admission to BALLB and 2613 for the B.Ed.

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Naima Khatoon, along with the Proctor Mr M. Wasim Ali and his team visited several entrance test centres during the second shift, including the Faculty of Arts, Department of Statistics, Saiyid Hamid Senior Secondary School and Ajmal Khan Tibbiya College.

Earlier, in the morning shift, Registrar Mr Mohammad Imran (IPS), along with the Proctor, Prof M Wasim Ali and his team visited the test centres, including Z.H. College of Engineering and Technology, Department of Commerce, RMPS AMU City School, etc.

The Registrar extended gratitude to the district administration for providing assistance to the university in managing the large influx of candidates with their parents and guardians over the last three days during various admission tests.

Dr Mujib Ullah Zuberi, Controller of Examination informed that four mobile phones were recovered from candidates and seized. Action is being taken as per the rules.

He appreciated the role of faculty members and other functionaries in conducting the test in a peaceful and orderly manner. He also appreciated the role of the Proctorial team in coordinating with the Centre Superintendents to ensure free and fair exams.

Senior AMU teachers were deputed as observers at various AMU centres and as overall Incharges at the centres outside Aligarh.

The NSS volunteers, NGOs and AMU staff organized camps to assist candidates and their parents and provided cold water and shelter from the extreme sunlight.