Jamea to Set Up Law, B.Ed Colleges
Jaipur: A degree college, a law college and a B.Ed college will be set up here by the Jameatul Hedaya. This was announced by Maulana Fazlur Raheem Mujaddidi while speaking at the Annual Achievement Award ceremony of the Imam Rabbani Senior Secondary School on October 19. Maulana Fazlur Raheem who presides over the Jameatul Hedaya, which combines Islamic curriculum with modern and technical courses, said Muslims have benefitted from the Union Government’s schemes like scholarships for Minority communities in considerable measures. He said, so far scholarships to the tune of Rs. 7,000 crores have been disbursed by way of scholarships to students from these communities during the eleventh and twelfth Five-Year Plans.
The Jameatul Hedaya was founded by Maulana Shah Abdur Raheem Mujaddidi in 1976 in the outskirts of Jaipur. The Rabbani Senior Secondary School was started in 1996. The group set up the Crescent Academy for coaching for civil services exam in Aligarh in 2002. Around 125 boys and girls have come out successful in civil services exam of the state as well as Central Services and State Judicial Services since then.