AMU Trashes Rumours Of De-Recognition Of Its Schools, Says All Approved By Government Authorities
Aligarh, August 11(TNA) The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) spokesperson has stated that there is no truth regarding the controversy of de-recognition of any AMU Schools. All the University schools are duly recognised by various authorities and their results are also provided annually to Ministry of Education, he added.
The schools maintained and managed by Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) are recognised and approved by various government authorities. The schools are imparting education to thousands of students and they possess all the requisite approvals from the government.
Presently, the University is running 10 schools. These schools have been established under section 12 (1) and (2) of the AMU Act, 1920 enacted by an Act of parliament. Further, the Senior Secondary Schools (Boys/Girls) are approved and recognised by University Grants Commission vide letter no. F.2-54/82(D-1) dated Mary 2, 1984.
Regarding the ongoing controversy over rejection of AMU School documents during Army recruitment, University spokesperson informed that the issue is being taken up at appropriate level. "We have provided all relevant documents to the Army recruitment authorities. A copy of these papers have also been provided to the aggrieved student. We are hopeful that the issue will be settled soon," he said.
Various prominent Testing Agencies of the country as National Testing Agency, IITs/NITs and other Engineering institutions, JEE Mains and Advance Test, NEET all recognise the certificate issued by AMU Board of Secondary & Senior Secondary Education. Even all Universities and other institutions across the world recognise AMU Schools.
The AMU Board is also recognised by Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE) which grants recognition to various Boards.