ABK Union High School was founded in 1946 by the AMU Students' Union as Madalsa somewhere in Jamalpra. The school was originally established with the aim of teaching Urdu and teaching Quranul Majeed readings to the children of Class IV staff at the university and to the educationally oppressed sections of the Islamic community living around the campus. rice field. Madalsa was moved to a large room near Sir Sayed Hall in 1950. The current Women's Club near Union Hall was designed by the then Vice-President. Zakir Hussein was built. Madalsa became an elementary school in 1963 and began teaching until grade V. Professor Abdul Baseer Khan is a senior professor in the Faculty of Animal Science and has been well received by teachers and students. He is also Honey, the Treasurer of the AMU Student Union, and has made an extraordinary contribution to the school. In 1988 the school was renamed Abdulber Sarkhan Union School and expanded to a junior high school. In 19 8586, the Boys Section was founded on Emmadal Mork Road. In 19596, only children of Class IX and 199697 Class X college staff were allowed to appear as private students on the AMU Board Examination along with other schools in the university.
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