Aligarh Muslim University Vice Chancellor P K Abdul Azis today said there was "no provision" for reservation for Muslims in the new campus of the University being set up here.
"There is no no provision for reservation for Muslims in the new campus of AMU being set up in Kishanganj," Azis told reporters here before leaving for New Delhi.
He said the academic activities in the new centre here would begin from July 2012 for Management and Law.
"But, we do not not have any proposal for starting engineering or medical college here," he said.
The Centre would spend Rs 1000 crore for the opening of the new centre of AMU here in next 10 years, Azis said.
Decks were cleared for opening of a Centre of Aligarh Muslim University in Kishanganj district with the Bihar government and the AMU Vice Chancellor signing an agreement for construction of the facility on a plot of 224.02 acre at Chakla village here yesterday.
Ajij and Kishanganj District Magistrate Sandip Kumar Pudkalkutty had inked the agreement here paving way for to start the construction of the AMU centre, officials said.
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