“We need to preserve and nurture the rich linguistic heritage of India. The historical and cultural significance of Urdu language is undeniable,” Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice Chancellor, Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) expressed these views in a meeting with prominent intellectuals from Hyderabad held on Wednesday evening.
The Vice Chancellor discussed various issues concerning education, language preservation, social and educational upliftment and societal development in the meeting.
Dr. Yusuf Mulla, Chairman, Telangana Chamber of Trade & Industries Promotion and former General Manager, Reserve Bank of India, Dr.K.H. Salmani, Educationist, Naturopath & Philanthropist, Dr. Zeeshan Abbas Razvi, Editor, Education Today Magazine, Mr. Amir Aslam Ahmed Khan, Director, AB properties & Infra group were present in the meeting.
They shared their valuable insights and suggestions for future endeavors of MANUU. Prof. Ainul Hasan welcomed and thanked the guests for their suggestions. Prof. Ishtiaque Ahmed, Registrar, MANUU also participated in the deliberation.
The gathering brought together scholars, writers, activists, and experts from diverse fields to explore ways to address pressing challenges faced by the region and the nation at large.
Highlighting University’s commitment to promote Urdu language, Prof. Hasan discussed ongoing initiatives aimed at elevating Urdu education and research.
Sharing the vision of empowering disadvantaged sections of society through quality education focusing on Urdu-speaking communities, Prof. Hasan outlined the University’s efforts to expand its educational outreach to underprivileged regions.
Talking about research, Prof. Hasan expressed his commitment to fostering an environment that nurtures research and supports scholars in exploring cutting-edge ideas and solutions.
“University can play a crucial role in driving regional development and contributing to the nation’s growth by collaborating with academic institutions, industries & government. MANUU is looking forward to continue collaboration in various sectors concerning education and innovations,” he said.