|From the desk of the Vice-Chancellor|
Aliah University was established with sincere intention to serve the educationally backward classes and minority communities of West Bengal by way of promoting higher learning among them. At Aliah University, we always ensure excellence in learning and teaching through setting of high standard of performance, targeted support and development, and a dedicated academic and administrative staffing profile.
The University is pioneer among the conventional universities of the State to successfully implement semester system, continuous assessment and letter grading system as prescribed by statutory authorities.
Presently, in its tenth years of existence this University is performing with a view of creating ever-expanding opportunities for higher education and research in traditional as well as newly emerging areas for the development of the entire society at large. This vision is evident from the achievements of Aliah University where presently 47 different academic as well as professional programmes are being offered at various levels. Research programmes in various disciplines are also being pursued quite actively and there is immense scope for progress in the near future.
Aliah University with the support of State Government offers free residential coaching to WBCS aspirants of Minority Community. So far, this programme has benefitted four batches comprising of 120 aspirants out of which around 28 aspirants have already secured government services.
The University, through its Training & Placement Cell, provides special training on Soft Skills, English Communication and Personality Development to its students which are essential for enhancing employability. Regular campus drives have facilitated our students to secure employments in leading industrial houses of the country.
As a Vice-Chancellor of Aliah University, I am committed to an all-round development of this University, by way of developing a well knit fabric among its faculty members, non-teaching staff, students, researchers and those who were and are associated with this University.
Prof. Mahammad Ali