(MENAFN- Khaleej Times) As Gulf Medical University (GMU), Ajman celebrated its 22nd anniversary, it has launched a dedicated centre that will design and deliver online professional education to medical professionals, students and individuals around the world.
Called BA Centre for Online Education, it has been launched in honour of renowned Indian businessman and philanthropist, the late Dr B. Ahmed Hajee Mohiudeen, founder of BA Group India and father of Dr Thumbay Moideen, founder and president of the Board of Trustees of GMU.
The university, which was founded in 1998, celebrated its 22nd founding anniversary at a special event on the campus on November 5. Attended by the chief guest Dr Moideen and presided over by Hossam Hamdy, chancellor of GMU, the event was live-streamed on YouTube for its students.
Also, part of the event was the formal announcement of the GMU Alumni Association Board. Wishes from all over the globe poured in — from board members to partner institutions and alumni.
The academic leadership of the university, headed by the chancellor, honoured Dr Moideen with a ‘Golden Apple' memento at the event. It recognised his visionary leadership and foresight, which continue to take GMU to newer heights. 'Twenty-three years ago, there was no Gulf Medical University, but through Dr Thumbay Moideen's vision...we now have this magnificent campus.
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