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AMU expels Phd student for alleged involvement in “highly objectionable activities”

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has expelled Mannan Bashir Wani (Phd student, Department of Geology) and sealed his room at the University’s Mohammad Habib Hall, following reports of his alleged involvement in “highly objectionable activities, which can hamper the peaceful academic atmosphere and create disharmony.”

Professor M Mohsin Khan, Proctor, AMU said that since Wani has breached the ‘AMU Students’ Conduct and Discipline Rules, 1985’, the matter was placed before the AMU Vice Chancellor, Professor Tariq Mansoor.

“Taking into account the gravity of the offence, the Vice Chancellor has ordered Wani to be expelled from the rolls of the University with immediate effect till pending enquiry,” said AMU Proctor adding that the University campus and its maintained institutions are also placed out of bound for Wani.

The Proctor made it clear that AMU has zero tolerance towards such activities and accords top priority to national security and will give full support and cooperation to police and investigative agencies.

Kidwai Shafey
Public Relations Office