Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ the Union Education Minister has inaugurated the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), Aligarh Muslim University examination center. The integration took place via video conferencing. The government of India had given a grant of Rs 2 crore to build the examination center.
Speaking of the digital inaugural sermon, Professor Tariq, AMU Vice Chancellor emphasized that JNMC has developed as the frontline sanitarium in the battle against Covid-19 outbreak with an elevated recovery of coronavirus affected patients. The JNMC hospital is also procuring medical help in the western UP.
JNMC hospital virology laboratory has tested around 75000 samples to inspect coronavirus infection. Also, the hospital comprises of an isolation ward facility of 100 beds along with a devoted operation theatre, Dialysis unit, labor room for the coronavirus patients. JNMC has also inaugurated a plasma therapy bank.
Professor Mansoor included that JNMC has the most promising facilities, however, there was a requirement for an examination center. With the inauguration of the center, we will be able to render more in the nation-building and academics.
Mr. Pokhriyal in the virtual integration ceremony of AMU examination center said that the JNMC university has played a vital role in the struggle of freedom and is still donating a sense of nationalism. The education minister added that it is a valuable asset of our nation and the JNMC delivers a new ray of hope to fight with the pandemic.
The minister added that Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the AMU founder is a great monk of Hindu and Muslim harmony. He bored harmony and diversity in his entire life. His deeds and conception of education were comprehensive and he with no greed sought for the miseries of Indians. It is a pleasure to see his dream being fulfilled in such a centenary year.
The Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal wished the vice-chancellor of AMU for assuring all-round growth with continual optimistic modification despite unfavorable situations. With the establishment of this examination center, JNMC’s problem has been solved. And he said that students in this medical college will touch skies and make India proud.
The AMU statement said that the Education ministers identified that the professor of this University are warriors. The professors are working to help young minds to stay committed to the wisdom of education.
AMU and JNMC hospital has a great potential to attain the vision of growing India a worldwide knowledge superpower by adhering to new education policy (NEP).
Extending the vote of gratitude, Mr. Abdul Hamid (IPS) the AMU registrar notified Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal of the several ongoing works to commemorate the celebration of the centenary year. He further tha led him for devoting his precious time for the ceremony.