Al-Ameen Medical College at Bijapur was started during the month of September, 1984 with the untiring efforts of Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan, the Founder of Al-Ameen Movements. The college premises spread over two hundred acres of land on western hills of historical city of Bijapur . The main college building, administrative block, recreation hall, the play ground, basket ball stadium, boys and ladies hostels, central library, five hundred bed main hospital equipped with the modern amenities to cater the needs of people of Bijapur and surrounding areas have added beauty to the campus.
Al-Ameen Medical College is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore and the college is recognized by Medical Council of India since 1994. The college has started Post Graduate courses in various discipline of Medical Sciences which are also recognized by MCI. The Management and the staff of the Al-Ameen Medical College are looking forward to make the institution as one of the best medical institution of our country.
Al-Ameen Educational Society was started in 1966 to meet education needs in the city and of the minority Muslim community. Dr.Mumtaz Ahmed Khan is the founder of Al-Ameen Educational Society Mumtaz Ahmed Khan. The college campus located at Hosur Road, opposite Lalbagh Main Gate, Bangalore having 2 parts covering an area of nearly 6.35 acres. In the first part, there are 6 colleges, they are, Al-Ameen Arts, Science and Commerce Degree College, Al-Ameen Institute of Management Studies, Al-Ameen Institute of Information Sciences, Al-Ameen College of Pharmacy, Al-Ameen College of Law and Al-Ameen College of Education. In the second part, primary and higher Secondary school & a Pre-University College. The total strength of both campuses is more than 5000.
Al-Ameen College of Law is providing a vast library facility for its students. It has a collection of more than 100 books for each subjects for the convenience of using. The library is updated from time to time with latest books and periodicals to meet the needs of both the students as well as teaching staff. Law reports in library are All India Reporter, Supreme Court Cases, Karnataka Acts and Rules, Consumer Protection Judgments, Divorce and Matrimonial Cases, Indian Law Reports(Karnataka), Indian Bar Review of BCIT and Orient Journal of Law and Social Sciences. College is having subscription of seven more news papers in different languages (The Hindu, Times of India, Malayala Manorama, Vijaya Karnataka, Deccan Herald, Daily Salar and Bangalore Mirror) and more than 10 magazines( The Practical Lawyer, India Today, Out Look, Lawyers Update and Eastern Crescent, etc.).
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