Aligarh Muslim University Student Union Election 2018 result to come out soon
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AMUSU Election 2018: Salman Imtiaz elected as the new President of AMUSU

BREAKING: Salman Imtiaz elected as the new President of Aligarh Muslim University Students’ Union (AMUSU), Salman hails from Aligarh and is a student of PhD Social Work.

Hamza Sufyan was elected for the post of vice president, whereas, Huzaifa Aamir grabbed Secretary post. Hamza is a student of Social Science department. Huzaifa is pursuing MA in Language and Media Management

AMUSU Court Membership results declared:

Faculty of Arts: Abdul Waheed
Faculty of Law: Raas Masood Khan
Faculty of Theology n Agriculture Science: Shafiq-ur-Rehman
Faculty of Medicine: Md. Raashid
Faculty of Commerce: Md. Bilal Khan
Faculty of Life Sciences: Md. Ghayasuddin
Faculty of Science: Mohd. Khalid
Faculty of Management Studies: Anas Ahmad Khan
Faculty of Engineering: Arshe Alam
Faculty of Social sciences: Salman Ahmad
Faculty of Unani Medicine: Maaz Ahmad


11:50 PM: 1.

Salman Imteyaz leading with 3399 votes

Mubasshir 600

Gaznabi. 1671

Alauddin 1292


President candidates

Mubasshir 329
Salman Imteyaz 2347
Gajnabi 1044
Alauddin 840


 

AMU Election 2018: Aligarh Muslim University Students Union (AMUSU) Poll is underway in the polling booths organised in the University campus on Saturday under high security. Voting for all the 14 departments is expected to be concluded by 5 pm in the evening.

Over 18,886 students are expected to vote in the Aligarh Muslim University Students Union Elections, where around 3,014 are women voters.

The Aligarh Muslim University Students Union Election is held for the positions of President, Vice-President, Secretary, Court Member and Cabinet Member.

As of now, the Student Union President of AMU is Mashqoor Ahmad Usmani from Bihar, whereas, Sajjad Rathar is currently the Vice President, and Mohammad Fahad is holding the responsibility of secretary elected in 2017.

Also read: AMU acts against 9 students over Kashmir killing

AMU offers more than 300 courses in the traditional and modern branches of education. In some courses, seats are reserved for students from SAARC and Commonwealth Countries. It ranks 8th among the top 20 research universities in India.

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