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Bengaluru: Karnataka Government has set up the Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Studies and Research Centre in the city in keeping with the proposal presented in the State budget early this year. Mr. Sabir Ahmed Mulla, a KAS officer, has been appointed its assistant director, according to a circular from the Ministry of Minority Welfare and Waqf. Director, Directorate of Minorities Welfare will be the officiating director for the time being.
The Centre would take up programmes like coaching for civil services exams, skill development, organizing seminars on higher education, technical education etc. (By A staff Writer)