Malakpet: As many As one hundred fifty students from economically weaker sections of the minority community from the City pursuing Intermediate and commencement have been furnished education aid worth Rs 17.50 lakh for the present-day educational year with the aid of SEED, USA. The program turned into together organized via Helping Hand Foundation (HHF) at MESCO Auditorium in Malakpet on Sunday.
Amongst the beneficiaries changed into a young lady from vintage city who’s pursuing her third year MBBS, who is also a sole bread earner of a own family and stays in a single room with in poor health father and a publish-graduate verbal exchange engineer from BITS Pilani with true lecturers was also another beneficiary of the scholarship given with the aid of the NGO.
Speaking at the occasion, Advisor to State authorities (Minority Affairs) A K Khan said that instructing a woman could immensely effect the generations and has the power to alternate the society.
He cautioned college students to keep steadfast to social and religious values but study clever, domesticate social skills and attempt hard to achieve better desires. He entreated them to apply for civil services. Expressing content over enrolment of Muslim women in civil services training programs organized via the government, Khan defined that out of one,seven-hundred applicants who seemed for the civil services training by the government greater than 900 have been women.
Speakers, such as educationists, academicians and Muslim intellectuals at the discussion board reiterated that better education in Muslim minority college students continues to be a cause of subject, as only 6% of the scholars enroll into better training.
President of HHF, Mujtaba Hasan Askari, located the representation of Muslim college students in submit graduation is also abysmally low at 2- three% and to give increase to the put up graduate students.
Addressing the PG students who have been offered scholarships, Syed Mazharuddin Hussaini, Executive director, SEED (USA) said almost 25-30 consistent with cent college students from the weaker sections of the community enroll into higher training and out of which nearly 25 consistent with cent drop out because of financial reasons.
Such students are provided monetary assistance by way of SEED even as drop outs are supplied vocational training in task-oriented technical guides, which is working throughout 13 states in India with educational grants of greater than 1.75cr in a yr.
Educationist, Mahapatra Ali, Secretary of MESCO Dr. Md Fakhruddin, Secretary of Tameer e Millat, Mohammed Ziauddin Nayyar, stated neurosurgeon, Dr. Farooq Nukande, Dr. Iftekharuddin, and others have also been present in this occasion.
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