Bengaluru: The Al-Ameen College of Arts, Science and Commerce will initiate M.A. courses in Urdu and Economics and Diploma in E. Commerce in the college, which has come under newly created Bangalore Central University after trifurcation of the Bangalore University by the State Government. Each programme will have an intake of 30 students. The College commissioned its new auditorium named after Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan, the founder of the Al-Ameen College, recently. It has a capacity to seat 1,000 persons.
Al-Ameen College, Bengaluru – M.A. Economics and Urdu on the Anvil
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