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MANUU’s distance courses - date re-extended


The Directorate of Distance Education, Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) has re-extended the last date for registration of follow-on courses upto November 30, 2021.

According to Prof. Mohd. Razaullah Khan, Director I/c, 2019 batch semester program students are not required to pay the registration fee as they have to pay the fee only in I, III and V semester only. The fee portal for registration will be opened on the university website


Remove hurdles damaging education system - Prof. Ainul Hasan  MANUU VC visitcampuses at Bangalore


“We have to remove all the unnecessary hurdles damaging our education system morally, legally, academically and ethically. We must have the sense of accountability”, said Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice Chancellor, Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) during his visit to MANUU campuses at Bangalore on November 15, 2021. He also planted a sapling at MANUU Polytechnic Campus on the occasion

 Prof. Ainul Hasan while addressing the faculty members & staff of Regional Centre, Polytechnic and ITI said the purpose of the visit is to interact and resolve the problems for smooth functioning of the off campus. He advised the faculty to maintain the academic affinity with the students. Also emphasized about the importance of education in mother tongue.  

 He described distance education as back bone of the University. Directorate of Distance Education has to be strengthen, he opined. He also held one to one meeting with faculty and staff, took note of their issues and assured to resolve them at the earliest.

Prof. Ainul Hasan also held a meeting with Dr. Devi Shetty, Chairman, Narayana Health Group, Bangalore to explore the possibility of empanelment of their hospitals. Vice-Chancellor, MANUU also met the Vice-Chancellor of Bangalore University and had fruitful discussion.

 Earlier, Dr khazi Ziaulla, Regional Director, RC Bangalore welcomed and Dr Syed Nurussyidyn Madani gave brief introduction of the Vice-Chancellor. Dr. Mohammed Riazur Rahaman, Principal, MANUU Polytechnic proposed vote of thanks. Dr khazi Ziaulla, Dr Mohammed Riazur Rahaman, and Dr. Mohd Mozzam Moinuddin (Incharge Principal MANUU ITI) gave a brief report of their respective institutions.