Brig Syed Ahmad Ali is AMU’s new Pro-VC
27 Sep 2012

Brigadier (Retired) Syed Ahmad Ali has been appointed as the pro-vice chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). This was announced by Vice Chancellor Lt Gen (retired) Zameer Uddin Shah.

Brigadier Ali served in the Kumaon Regiment and won Sena Medal for his role in the 1999 Kargil war with Pakistan. Earlier, the vice chancellor had appointed Group Captain Shah Rukh Shamshad as the registrar.

(AMU Vice Chancellor (left) welcoming the newly appointed PVC Brig. S. Ahmad Ali)

An alumus of Allahabad University Brigadier Ahmad Ali received his BA degree in 1976. He then pursued M. Sc. (Defense Studies) from Chennai University in 1990. He completed his Master of Management Studies course at Osmania University, Hyderabad in 2002 along with an Advance Course in Management from All India Management Association, New Delhi.

He has also been associated with academic institutions of army training and served as Chairman/Member, Board of Governors of leading schools such as La Martiniere College, Lucknow and Army Public Schools. Brigadier Ali originally belongs to Allahabad.

By IER Staff

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