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National Sports Day Celebration


Aligarh, August 30: The Non-Resident Student’s Centre (NRSC) Old Boys football team defeated the SS Hall (North) 3-1 in a match held to observe the ‘National Sports Day’ celebration of the SS Hall (North) in Aligarh Muslim University (AMU).

Attending the match as the Chief Guest, AMU Pro Vice Chancellor, Prof Mohammad Gulrez said that on this day we must all take a pledge to promote sports that inculcate discipline, ethics, and values in the young generation and help our country reach greater heights.

He also highlighted the role of sports in the upliftment of the youth and its associated benefits to the society and country at large.

The Pro Vice Chancellor also distributed prizes after the match.

Prof Md Tarique (Provost, SS Hall-North) said, “By celebrating the National Sports Day, we pay glowing tribute to the legend and the ‘wizard’ of Indian Hockey, Major Dhyan Chand who lives in the heart of every sportsperson of the Country”.

The match was coordinated by Dr. Shamim Akhtar, and Mr. Md Imran Khan, Wardens of Sir Syed Hall (North). The Wardens of  the Hall Dr. Md. Qaisar Alam, Dr. Mohd. Qaisar Alam, Dr. saquib Abrar, Dr. NP Abdul Azeez, Dr. Zul Quar Nain and Dr. Riaz Ahmad were also present on the occasion. The senior students of the Hall Mr. Kunwar Mohd Ahmad, Anshal Tiger and other members of the Hall also there on the ground.



Career Counseling Session


Aligarh, August 29: Mr. Saad Hameed, Training and Placement Officer, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), motivated students to study seriously and prepare for a good career in a planned manner sincerely. He was addressing a Career Counseling Session organized by the Training and Placement Office (General), AMU for the resident students of Sir Syed Hall (North), AMU.

“Life with a purpose and career with a goal is not only satisfying for oneself but also rewarding for the community and the nation as well”, he remarked.

Mr. Saad Hameed delineated the steps required for career planning and described various opportunities available to the students of different streams for academic and professional development. He also talked about time management, skilling and personality development etc.

Presiding over the session Prof. Md. Tarique, Provost of the residential Hall emphasized that such programmes would assist students in developing self-confidence and enhancing their abilities.

The Wardens, research scholars and students of the Hall attended the session.

The programme was coordinated by Dr. Md Zulquar Nain, Dr. Abdul Azeez N.P., and Dr. Riaz Ahmad, Wardens of Sir Syed Hall (North).


Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ with wardens, office staff and students


Tree Plantation Drive


Tree Plantation Drive

A ‘Tree-Plantation’ was carried out in the Sir Syed Hall (North), Aligarh Muslim University on 13.07.2022, in order to ensure that the planet is passed on to our future generations in good health. The tree-plantation was done by Prof. Md. Abdus Salam, OSD to Vice-Chancellor & Chairperson, Department of Economics and Prof. Zaki Anwar Siddiqui, Member-in-Charge of Land & Gardens. Prof. Md. Tarique, Provost, Sir Syed Hall (North) and the Wardens of the Hall alongwith the residents of the Hall also participated in the plantation with great zeal and enthusiasm. All the non-teaching staff of Sir Syed Hall (North) also jubilantly took part in the tree-plantation.

Prof. Md. Tarique, Prof. Md. Abdus Salam and Prof. Zaki Anwar Siddiqui while addressing the guests and students emphasized on planting more and more trees to make our environment pollution-free and also talked about the necessity of planting trees in order to live sustainably in Harmony with Nature.

Among the Wardens of the Hall, Dr. Shamim Akhtar, Dr. Syed Kaleem Afrough Zaidi, Dr. Md. Qaiser Alam, Dr. Abdul Azeez N.P., Dr. Md. Zulquar Nain, Dr. Md. Ashraf Siddiqui and Dr. Saquib Abrar attended the plantation. Senior students of the Hall namely Dr. Anshal Ali Tiger, Mr. Naved Alam, Mr. Shamim Bari, Mr. Rohit, Mr. Imtiaz and other students were also present in the plantation.