Tree plantation to celebrate on-campus placement

Aligarh : Functionaries and resident students of the Sir Ross Masood Hall, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) are inspiring people to pick up a shovel in the world’s ongoing fight against deforestation as they recently initiated a tree plantation drive to celebrate the recruitment of 18 hostel residents and University Polytechnic students in IFFCO, a Dubai based food processing multinational corporation.

Felicitating the selected students, the Chief Guest, Prof Mohammad Gulrez (AMU Pro Vice Chancellor) remarked: “Employment at top firms brings immense happiness and when this positivity is carried into other parts of life, it becomes a blessing. I am sure that the provost, wardens and the resident students of the Hall are leaving a considerable influence on others by planting tree saplings for celebrations”.

Let us engage and inspire generations to create a safer and greener future, he added.

Prof Mohammad Altamush Siddiqui (Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology) pressed for encouraging more students to celebrate their achievements with tree plantations.

He also urged students to work hard on their set goals and to continue their engagement in environment conservation.

Prof Asfar Ali Khan (OSD), Prof Mubeen Beg (Coordinator, B.E), Maj. Mohammad Israil (Provost, Sir Ross Masood Hall), Saad Hameed (Training and Placement Officer-General) and Dr Mohd Faisal Khan (Training and Placement Officer- University Polytechnic) urged students to appear in all the scheduled on-campus recruitment drives and to keep spreading awareness on environmental issues.

More students will be hired in job placement drives in the days to come, said Saad Hameed, the (Training and Placement Officer-General.

The hired students were also given a celebration dinner. 


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