Journey from Aligarh to Moon- Chandrayaan-3

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By Samreen Tak, Editor-In-Chief Adam Rizvi, The India Observer, TIO, NJ: While whole India is celebrating the success of Chandrayaan- 3, Aligarh Muslim University fraternity is enjoying the double success for AMU Alumni once again outshined in success of Indian historic mission. Priyanshu Kumar and Sonali Jain from the Department of Electronics Engineering at the Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology (ZHCET), who played a significant role in the success of mission Chandrayaan -3.

For the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3-special-prayers offered at Jama masjid of Aligarh Muslim University

AMU’s director of Public relations, Omar Peerzada described the successful lunar descent of an Indian Spacecraft as a historic event. Furthermore PRO stated that “AMU envisions a future where its graduates continue to illuminate the world with their extraordinary contributions”. On Wednesday 23 August, a significant number of students and faculty at AMU enthusiastically watched the landing of the Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft at the south pole of the moon. All this was broadcasting live on National television channels and due arrangements were made in AMU too at three different locations in the campus itself. Quoting the line from AMU anthem ‘Jo abr yahan se uthega woh saare jahan par bharsega’ and the success of Chandrayaan-3 was testament to this quote.

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Samreen Tak

Samreen Tak

Samreen Tak has done Master's in Sociology from Aligarh Muslim University, Ex Youth Advisor for YuWaah UNICEF India and Young People’s Action Team member 2022-2023. Worked as Referral Support Coordinator cum counselor for UNICEF project and Intern Journalist for The Kashmiriyat.

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