Afshan, wife of ex-AMU V-C & MANUU Delhi incharge, no more


Afshan, wife of ex-AMU V-C & MANUU Delhi incharge, no more

The death of Afshan Rehman on April 24, Assistant Registrar and In-charge, Regional Centre Delhi located in Okhla, was mourned online. She was 59 years.

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She has left behind two sons Moiz Rahman and Monis Rahman. She was the wife of late Dr Mahmoodur Rahman (IAS Retd) & former Vice-Chancellor Aligarh Muslim University. Afshan joined MANUU on December 2, 2005 as Assistant Registrar at Regional Centre, Mumbai. She was rendering her services at RC Delhi since August 6, 2012 and she was appointed as the In-charge Delhi Regional Centre on October 1, 2019.

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Prof SM Rahmatullah, Vice Chancellor I/c described Afshan as efficient and honest administrator.

Prof Siddiqui Mohd Mahmood read out the condolence resolution on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor I/c. He also conveyed the message of condolence sent by Chancellor Firoz Bakht Ahmad, Prof PF Rahman, Prof Abul Kalam, Ruchika Kem, Jawed Alam and others also spoke.

Large number of officials and teachers attended the online meeting from all over the country.

MANUU chancellor Firoz Bakht Ahmed wrote on his timeline: “Afshan Rehman who too has been engulfed by Covid at Jamia Hamdard Hospital, was a lady with a heart of gold. A gem of a fellow! She had joined MANUU in 2006. Her untimely demise is unbelievable, irretrievable, irreversible and irreplaceable! MANUU has lost a pillar of strength! May her soul rest in peace and God grant her family the strength to bear the unbearable and shocking loss.”

Another netizen Mohammad Shabbir wrote on his timeline: “I am shocked and saddened knowing sad demise of Afshan, wife of Dr Mehmoodur Rehman, former VC of AMU. She was a great lady. She was gentle and decent. We were highly impressed by her virtues. She was quite alive on social, political, national and global issues. Through, Professor Shahid Akhtar, yesterday I learnt about her illness and hospitalisation in Jamia Hansard. In the morning I learnt that she is no more. Indeed her loss is irreparable to community, society and nation.”