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By Imran Inamdar

Jalgaon: Maharashtra: Jalgaon-based North Maharashtra University has formed a Minority cell in an attempt to help minority students and institutes associated with the University. Sudhir Meshram, Vice chancellor of the University, recently issued a notification forming the 11-member cell and allocated the responsibility to President Abdul Karim Salar. Salar, who is based in Jalgaon, stated that during the last five years, the Central government has started number of scholarships and schemes for the betterment of minority students and institutions. “Unfortunately most of the students were unaware about the same and facing difficulties in filling forms and updating data. Three districts-Jalgaon, Nandurbar and Dhulia fall under the North Maharashtra University wherein thousand of minority students (including Muslims, Jains , Sikhs,Christians and Parsis) are studying” he said. He further added that with the advent of the minority cell, helping students will become hassle free as it will provide all kinds of assistance to students. (twocircles.net)