Aliah University, West Bengal Faculties, hostel facilities, infrastructure

Aliah University started its glorious journey from the 2008-09 academic session with great potential and immense opportunities. It is hoped that this university, harmonizing tradition and modernity, will emerge as a unique institution of higher studies and research. As per Aliah University Act 2007, Section 3 (3), it has been conferred the status of a minority educational institution. Aliah University is an autonomous university under the Department of Minority Affairs and Madrasah Education, Government of West Bengal. It is hoped that along with the people of any race, creed, caste or class, this University will play a crucial and leading role in the advancement of higher education for socially and educationally backward classes belonging to the Minorities.

Total National Enrolments:

UG Total : 2000
PG Total :         647
M.Phil Total : 0
Ph.D Total : 7

Click here to get faculty list of Aliah University.

Aliah University Hostel facilities:

To accommodate the students of Madrasah-i-Aliah, Elliot Hostel was erected in the year 1896. This three-storied building was constructed out of the donations raised from the generous people and dedicated to Nawab Abdul Latif Bahadur in recognition of his services in promoting education among the Muslims of Eastern India.

The hostel is located 17, Haji Md. Mohsin Square, Kolkata-700016. Sixty percent of its berths are reserved for the accommodation of Aliah University students studying in Islamic Theology and Mumtazul Muhaddethin (M. M.). Students are admitted in the hostel strictly on merit basis and on production of documentary evidence of their permanent residence.

Library Facilities: 

Aliah University has a library rich in collection of literature in Islamic Theology, Islamic Jurisprudence & Law, and Arabic.The library is now diversifying in the areas of Science, Engineering, Management Science, Humanities and Social Sciences.

Read more at the official website: http://www.aliah.ac.in


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