22 Muslim girls who cracked NEET- 2020 fail to take admission in medical colleges

By Hasan Akram New Delhi : As many as 23 female students of a government school in Jamia Nagar had qualified NEET exam but 22 out of them were not fortunate enough to take admission in any medical institute. The students told Muslim Mirror that they were not eligible to take admission in any government college as their scores were lower than cut-off ranks issued by the institutes. However, they were eligible to take admission in private medical colleges but they couldn’t do so because they could not afford education…

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Aligarh Muslim University Centenary: Proud legacy of an educational institution

By Ras Hafiz Siddiqui Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in India celebrated 100 years of its existence as an institution of higher learning this year. There can be a robust discussion on the exact day and date on which to celebrate this occasion, but one can write without reservation that the founding year of AMU was 1920. While some may argue that since the Aligarh Muslim University Bill was presented on August 27th and passed on September 9th and received the Assent of the Governor General on September 14, 1920 that…

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