Muslims & Education

By a Staff Writer Bengaluru: The Karnataka Government has, through a circular, allowed Urdu-medium schools to have half a day leave on Fridays and full day weekly holiday on Sundays along all other medium Government schools. Several representations were made by Muslims recently to revert to previous schedule of half day leave for Thursday and […]

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Jodhpur: Members of the Governing Board of Maulana Azad University, Jodhpur and the Marwar Muslim Educational and Welfare Society on January 13, called upon Mr. Hamid Ansari, Vice President of India at Delhi to discuss the education and development of the Muslims in Rajasthan. The delegation comprised General Secretary Mohd. Atique, President of the University, […]

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New Delhi: The 97-year old, Jamia Millia Islamia on January 17, launched its Film Club to enthuse a film culture in an institution which is well-known for its media studies. The Club was inaugurated by Sharmila Tagore, film actress of yesteryears at an impressive function at the Dr M.A. Ansari Auditorium of the University, presided […]

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The Noor Ahmed Ali Khan Memorial School provides totally free education, with no monthly fee or donation. Students are encouraged into inter-faith activities, to equip them to live as useful citizens in a plural society. By Dr. Mumtaz Ali Khan I had a long felt desire to establish a school providing facilities for poor parents […]

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New Delhi: The Global Jamia Alumni Network (GJAN), a first of its global network conceptualised to unite Jamia alumni from different parts of the world, was inaugurated on January 6 at Jamia Millia Islamia. A portal too was commissioned. Vice chancellor Talat Ahmed said: “Being an alumnus of JNU and AMU, both of which have […]

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Nooh (Haryana): The BJP Government in Haryana has sanctioned a Unani College for the Mewat region of Haryana. The Government of Haryana has issued a GO to set up a Unani College at Akira village where six acres of land has been offered by the village panchayat for the setting up of the Unani College. The […]

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The Uniys would have 40% reservation for Girls. Begum Hazrath Mahal Scholarship for Girls New Delhi: The Union Government has decided to set up five new universities for imparting higher education including medical and engineering courses to students belonging to minority communities, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi announced on December 27. “We want to establish […]

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