Washigton, DC: The Aligarh Alumni Association of Washington, DC today announced the establishment of a scholarship in the name of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) alumnus Narendra Kumar Singh, IPS officer who was killed last week by the mining mafia in Madhya Pradesh.
Narendra Kumar Singh was a 2009 batch IPS officer. He was a Masters in Economics from AMU.
At the annual General Body meeting of the Association, held on March 11, 2012, the General Body approved the motion to establish a scholarship in the name of the slain IPS officer who was killed in the line of duty by the mining Mafia in Madhya Pradesh, India.
Since 1992, the Association has been running a program that provides scholarship to needy and meritorious students at AMU and financial support to poor students in Elementary and High School. In 2011, the Association awarded 218 scholarships to students at AMU and financial support to 900 students in schools. Along with AMU, the Association supports 18 institutions in 15 cities.
Kumar was 30. His wife, Madhurani Tewatia is an IAS officer and is expecting their first child.
To learn more about the Narendra Kumar Singh scholarship, please contact Mr. Sayed Naved, President of Aligarh Alumni Association, email@example.com