Prime Minister Narendra Modi
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the centenary celebrations of Aligarh Muslim University as Chief Guest tomorrow. His address will be online. Also, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will also attend the function.
This program of Prime Minister Modi will be virtually correct, but with full ambitions of AMU. The university administration has completed all preparations for this.
According to the virtual program released by the university administration, the program will begin with Quran Khwani at 10 am on Tuesday. A duration of two minutes has been kept for this. Then VC Prof. Tariq Mansoor will make a formal introduction. The Vice Chancellor’s address will be about five minutes. After this, Sir Mohammad Naqvi, Director of Sir Syed Academy, will present 100 years of achievements of the University. Professor Naima Khatoon, Principal of AMU Women’s College will deliver her address on the subject of AMU’s contribution to women’s education.
AMU alumni living in more than 100 countries will hear PM’s address
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s virtual address will be heard in more than 100 countries of the world, besides Aligarh, as the chief guest at the centenary year celebrations of Aligarh Muslim University on Tuesday. According to an estimate, more than one crore people in the country and the world will listen to the Prime Minister’s address.
The AMU administration has provided a link to the program to the alumni of the university who are working or living in other countries. This will be the first time in the 100-year history of the university that the chief guest attending an event will be heard in such a large number.
Prime Minister’s address will be on 1000 Mbps Internet speed
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have a virtual address on the centenary year celebrations. By the way, this address will be in the conference room of AMU. However, the NIC office in Collectorate has been prepared as a backup. All the preparations related to the address were completed on Monday. Mock drills were addressed twice. PM is scheduled to be addressed on the Internet at a speed of 1000 Mbps.