MANUU announces special re-admission drive for distance programmes
The Directorate of Distance Education (DDE), Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) has announced special re-admission drive for students whose maximum duration falls in 2020, 2021 or 2022 and who could not complete the programme due to the pandemic. No re-admission fee will be charged.
According to Prof. Mohd. Razaullah Khan, Director I/c, for such students extra time shall be provided to appear in the Exams/submit Assignments or Projects and their extended time shall be till December 2024. This one-time opportunity to complete the programme is announced under MANUU’s Silver Jubilee Re-Admission Special Drive for Atmanirbhar Bharat.
The directorate also announced one-Time Re-Admission Drive for students from 2005-06 onwards batches (non-CBCS, annual mode). Under this drive students shall be provided one time opportunity to complete the programme on or before December 2023 in the old syllabus.
Further, 2018 (UG, PG, Diploma & Certificate programmes) & 2019 Annual mode students are not required to fill the backlog form. The Re-admission fee portal for backlog papers of UG, PG, Diploma & Certificate courses will remain open upto June13, 2022.
For further details about programmes and fee structure visit university website manuu.edu.in. Students can also contact concerned Regional Centres, Sub Regional Centres and Coordinators of Learner Support Centres of MANUU.
In another development on the campus, the Departments of Physics and Mathematics, Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) are organising a three-day workshop “AstroSprint:
The International Astronomical Union: Office of Astronomy for Development is sponsoring the workshop.
According to the Convenor Workshop, Dr Priya Hasan (Department of Physics), Prof Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice-Chancellor, MANUU is the Chief Guest and Padmashri Vasudevan Gnana Gandhi (ex-ISRO) is the Guest of Honour for the inaugural to be held on June 03, 9.00 am at the Saiyid Hamid Library Auditorium, MANUU.
The workshop will be in hybrid mode and all talks will be live streamed and available online. Talks and hands-on sessions will be held by speakers from MANUU and from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, California Institute of Technology, Neils-Bohr Institute, Denmark, Shawnee State University, USA, National Center of Radio Astrophysics, Pune and IUCAA, Pune.
Prof S N Hasan, Department of Mathematics is the co-convenor.