Muslims & Education

Bengaluru: In a unique initiative, the Muslim Industrialists Association has launched a programme for training students in Social Work together with enabling them to earn an MSW (Master of Social Work) degree. The Association began the selection process on June 24 after social media advertisements. According to the Association’s President Mr. Meer Abdul Hafeez, the […]

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Sahrish Riba, who scored 99% in her exams, thanked Allah for awarding such an honour. “My parents helped me a lot by motivating me. I studied for nearly eight hours every day throughout the year. Memorising my lessons and clearing all potential doubts was my daily routine. I had completed my syllabus by January and […]

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Ahmedabad: Aafreen Shaikh, daughter of an autorickshaw driver from Ahmedabad, made her father proud by scoring 98.31 percentile in the GSEB SSC exams. Shaikh credited her success to her hard work while saying that she wanted to fulfill her parent’s dream. “I studied regularly. I want to pursue MBBS in future. My parents always dreamt […]

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Zoha Afreen Khan, a student of Rahmaniya Urdu High School, Achalpur from Amravati district (in Maharashtra) has scored 99.8% marks and topped the Amravati division, while Sahrish Riba, a student of Anjuman Urdu High School Khamgao from Buldhana district (Maharashtra) managed to score 99%. What is even more encouraging is that both these girls want […]

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Bidar (Karnataka):  Qurratul Aian, Shooa Fatima Khanam and Ammatulah Fatiha Nabisat, who passed the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – UG (NEET 2018) and became eligible for admission to various medical courses, are Hafizah ( females who have memorised the entire Quran ). While Hafiza Qurratul Aian scored 550 marks securing an All India Rank (AIR) of 7,446, Hafiza Shooa Fatima […]

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Mumbai: A simple game of hide and seek landed IIT-Powai’s Kendriya Vidyalaya student Aiman Aslam in hospital, in the middle of board exams. Aslam fell in a 15ft ditch and suffered multiple fractures on her right hip. The incident took place after her social studies paper, five days before the next exam. She scored 92.5%. “Two […]

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Bengaluru: The Directorate of Minorities of the Govt. of Karnataka has invited applications for students aspiring to appear for the civil services exams of the UPSC and KPSC (Karnataka Public Service Commission) for the year 2018-19. The selected candidates will be sponsored for the pre-coaching from the empanelled coaching institutes of the department. Interested minority […]

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