Aligarh Muslim University Ranked Fourth Among Government Universities By ‘India Today’ Magazine

Aligarh Muslim University Ranked Fourth Among Government Universities By ‘India Today’ Magazine

Aligarh, August 5 (TNA) The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has been ranked fourth (4th) among Government Universities (General) in India in the recently released rankings for 2021 by the prestigious “India Today” magazine., an official spokesman said.

The varsity has also been ranked second (2nd) in the country for offering the highest number of PG Courses and third (3rd) for highest number of patents granted during the past three years among the Government Universities in the country.

"AMU has again shown that even during these unprecedented times its faculty members and students have been collectively working towards raising its academic and research standards", said AMU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Tariq Mansoor while congratulating the staff members and students.

AMU, The Seat Of Education
Aligarh Muslim University is a public central university in Aligarh, India, which was originally established by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan as the Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College in 1875. Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College became Aligarh Muslim University in 1920, following the Aligarh Muslim University Act.

The pandemic has touched every aspect of human life and its adverse impact on higher education is being experienced globally. However, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has demonstrated its resilience and managed to ensure the continuity of teaching-learning, research and contribution to the society and country at large he added.

"The AMU fraternity deserves to be congratulated on this achievement. AMU has been constantly contributing towards knowledge creation and yet again demonstrated that it is one of the best universities in the country", said Prof Mohammed Naved Khan (Member, Committee for Ranking).

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