Organisation : Aligarh Muslim University
Service Name : IT Help Desk
Headquarters : Aligarh
Industry : Education
Service/ Product : Technical Queries
Website : https://www.amu.ac.in/sub-page/it-help-desk
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AMU IT Help Desk
IT – Help Desk of Prof. M. N. Farooqui Computer Centre is a technology adoption support facility for Campus Users of AMU, it facilitates answering of technical queries and also offers Remote Support related to central IT Services of University for all registered Users.
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All registered users may log their complaint (strictly for those services which are being mentioned in IT Service Catalogue of Computer Centre) at IT-Helpdesk and acquire Support Ticket Number, using any of the following options:
|Monday – Thursday||8.00 AM – 4.00 PM|| Intercom # 3660|
Email ID: email@example.com
|Friday||8.00AM – 12.00 Noon|
For support incidents registered through e-mail, Incident ticket number(s), would be sent back by e-mail on the next-business day, during working-hours of the University.
Support ticket number(s) acquired from IT-Helpdesk, should be retained by the complainant, for any future reference / follow-ups / escalations related to pending complaints (if any).
Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh INDIA – 202002
Prof. Tariq Mansoor
+91-571 2100994/2702167 +91-571 2102607
Mr. Abdul Hamid, IPS
+91-571 2700220 Ext: 1121
Prof. S.M. Jawed Akhtar
+91-571 2703305 ext: 1119, 1193
Mr. Mujib Ullah Zuberi
Controller of Examinations
+91-571 2701807, 2703038 ext: 1109
Prof. Mohd. wasim Ali
Prof. Mujahid Beg
Dean Students Welfare
Public Relations Office:
Mr. Omar S. Peerzada
Public Relation Officer
Telephone Exchange:2700920* (Pilot No. with hunting facility)
Main Console: 9
Console (Medical): 8
Medical Superintendent JNMC: 2720016, Ext. 5600
C.M.O Incharge (U.H.S.) : 2701787, Ext. 4051
University Health Officer : 2701021, Ext. 1269
The university grew out of the work of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the great Muslim reformer and statesman, who in the aftermath of the Indian War of Independence of 1857 felt that it was important for Muslims to gain education and become involved in the public life and government services in India. Raja Jai Kishan helped Sir Syed in establishing the university
The British decision to replace the use of Persian in 1842 for government employment and as the language of Courts of Law caused deep anxiety among Muslims of the sub-continent. Sir Syed saw a need for Muslims to acquire proficiency in the English language and Western sciences if the community were to maintain its social and political clout, particularly in Northern India. He began to prepare a foundation for the formation of a Muslim University by starting schools at Moradabad (1858) and Ghazipur (1863).
His purpose for the establishment of the Scientific Society in 1864, in Aligarh, was to translate Western works into Indian languages as a prelude to prepare the community to accept Western education and to inculcate scientific temperament among the Muslims. The intense desire to ameliorate the social conditions of Indian Muslims led Sir Syed to publish the periodical, ‘Tehzibul Akhlaq’ in 1870.