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Bhatkal Anjuman jubilee

Secular education should incorporate religious and cultural values while madrasas could impart modern education to compete in the modern world', averred Prof A M Khusro, former chairman, Finance Commission, Govt of India.

Speaking at the valedictory function of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations of Anjuman Hami-e-Muslimeen, Bhatkal, a pioneering Muslim educational trust, on May 5th at Bhatkal Prof Khusro called for the establishment of regional institutes in the southern and northern parts of India under the supervision of a Central Authority to improve the educational standards of Muslims. He complimented the Anjuman for spreading the cause of Anjuman in the region. He said the contribution of Muslims to sciences and medicines had been immense, but for almost 500 years there was stagnation. The Muslims had gone into deep slumber. Now the time has come for a renaissance to restore their past glory.

Mr R V Deshpande, Minister for Industries, Govt of Karnataka, asserted that although Muslims constituted 12 per cent of the population, only 1.5 per cent were graduates. He exhorted the Muslims to realize the importance of education. Showering encomiums on Bhatkal Anjuman he said the institution is rendering yeoman service in the region for the past 81 years.Mr Rehman Khan, deputy leader of the Congress in the Upper House, said the minorities should understand their compulsions in a pluralistic society and evolve a suitable path of development. He said the community leaders should take measures to contain the high drop-out rate of Muslim students from schools. He disclosed that the Govt had set up the Madrasa Education Board with a budgetary provision of Rs 25 lakhs so that madrasas maintained parity with other educational institutions in imparting education. He emphasized the need to create more job opportunities as education should not be a liability because of non-availability of jobs. Mr S M Syed Khalil, Anjuman president, said it was a great day for Anjuman and the people of Bhatkal as Anjuman has completed a glorious chapter of achievements. He stressed the importance of education and added 'only by education Muslims can attain greater glory,' Mr JD Naik, local MLA, also spoke. Mr M A Ghani ex-vice-president, Anjuman, welcomed while Mr DH Shabbar, ex-general-secretary, Anjuman, profiled the institution. Mr Aftab Kola and Mr Syed Batin Abdurrahman compered.

It may be recalled that the jubilee was inaugurated last May. A series of lectures on educational topics by eminent people was held throughout the year.

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