AMU suspends two students and issues show-cause to seven others

Aligarh, October 12: Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has suspended Waseem Ayoub Malik (Phd, Biochemistry) and Abdul Haseeb Mir (Phd, History) and issued show-cause notices to seven other students for leading an assembly of 150 to 200 students at the Kennedy Hall lawn without the Proctor Office’s permission and later resorting to sloganeering, misbehaving with the proctorial team and other objectionable activities, which disturbed the peaceful conduct of the University.

The show-cause notice is served to Peerzada Danish Shabir (BSc), Aeyaz Ahmad Bhat (MSc), Mohammad Sultan Khan (MPhil), Raqeeb Sultan (BSc), Sami Ullah Rather (BSc), Showkat Ahmad Lone (Phd) and Peerzada Mahboobul Haq (BA), who have been asked to submit their explanations on their participations in objectionable activities within 48 hours failing which ex-parte action will follow.  

AMU has also constituted a three-member committee comprising Deputy Proctors, Prof Mahmood S Khan and Prof Rashid Umar and Assistant Proctor, Dr Mohsin to probe into the matter. The committee will submit its report in 72 hours.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *