“Multilingual glossary of different subjects in Urdu language is the need of the hour,” Manuu Vice Chancellor

ByVoiceup Media

Sep 12, 2023

Hyderabad: “Multilingual glossary of different subjects in Urdu language is the need of the hour and MANUU has always supported such efforts,” said, Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice-Chancellor, Maulana Azad National Urdu University in the inaugural session of the 5-day workshop organized for preparation of the trilingual Glossary (English, Urdu, Hindi) of Political Science.

The workshop conducted in collaboration with the Commission of  Scientific and Technical Terminology (CSTT), Ministry of Education, GoI. Workshop started on September 11.

Prof. Girishnath Jha, Chairman, CSTT said that the Glossary being developed will soon be available to all.

“It will be useful in teaching under the National Education Policy,” he said.

Prof. Imtiaz Hasnain, Maulana Azad Chair, described the glossary as useful for students.

Mr. Shahzad Alam Ansari, Assistant Director, CSTT, while highlighting the importance of the glossary spoke about the objectives of the workshop.

Prof. Afroz Alam, Head, Department of Political Science also spoke on the occasion. Dr. Md. Khurshid Alam, Assistant Professor, Political Science & Workshop coordinator convened the programme.

Deeksharambh Programme concludes

“Students should also participate in sports and cultural activities beside learning in the classroom with enthusiasm. Their all-round development will be incomplete without these activities. Sports is also important to keep oneself healthy and focussed. Our university has all the necessary sports facilities. With the services coaches for various sports, students can make their career in sports also.” said, Dr. K. M. Ziauddin, Deputy Dean, Students Welfare, Chairman Students Induction Programme (SIP), Maulana Azad National Urdu University during the concluding session of Deeksharambh.

Dr. Kaleemullah, Deputy Director, Directorate of Physical Education and Sports informed the students about the sports facilities in the university and the importance of maintaining discipline.

He also informed that MANUU students get the opportunity to directly participate at zonal level competitions while students from other institutions have to go through tough competition.

Dr. Firdous Tabasum, Assistant Professor Physical Education conducted proceedings. Sports Committee members Mr. Habeeb Ahmed, Museum Curator, Mr. Amir Badar, Producer and coaches of Cricket, Football and Badminton were also present.

Mentorship, Career counselling, introduction to various departments of the university, internal complaints committee and rules, lectures on gender sensitivity, gender and law, awareness of local culture and traditions etc., were part of activities during 6-day SIP started on September 5.

Various programs were organized and the newly admitted students were encouraged to carry out their academic activities with more responsibility and dutifulness.


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