NCW slams AMU VC over controversial remark on girl students

The National Commission for Women on Wednesday slammed the Vice-Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University for his controversial remarks that girls' entry in the library will attract more boys.

Library row: AMU VC stands by remark, apologises to those who 'misunderstood' him

Unfazed by the row, AMU VC Zameer Uddin Shah on Wednesday stood by his controversial comment on girl undergraduates' entry to the university library even as the HRD Ministry sought more details from him about rules which bar girls from getting access to the main library.

DNA: Analysis of controversial statement made by AMU Vice Chancellor

DNA analyses the controversial remark made by Aligarh Muslim University vice chancellor Lt Gen Zameer Uddin Shah that has drawn severe criticism for rejecting the demands of Women's College to gain access into the organisation's Maulana Azad Library, saying if girls were permitted in, there would

Position of women in Indian society

Watch the two controversial statements that shows a woman's place in our Indian society.

Position of women in Indian society- Part II

Watch the two controversial statements that shows a woman's place in our Indian society.

AMU VC says he is clean, truth would come out

Outgoing AMU Vice-Chancellor PK
Abdul Azis, who is facing charges of financial impropriety insisted that he was clean and the truth would come out
in the final CBI report.

AMU VC recommends judicial inquiry into campus violence

Aligarh Muslim University Vice
Chancellor PK Abdul Azis recommended a judicial inquiry
into last month`s campus violence following which the varsity
was closed for nearly a fortnight.

VC writes letter to guardians and students of AMU

In an effort to restore normalcy at the AMU campus, VC P K Abdul
Azis has written an open letter to the students and guardians,
seeking their cooperation to end the deadlock.

We welcome constitution of fact-finding committee: AMU VC

The Aligarh Muslim University
(AMU) on Tuesday said that the fact-finding committee constituted
by the President of India was not aimed at its vice-chancellor
P K Abdul Aziz.