Posted online on 10 April
Muslim NGOs in India
1. Inaugural Session
3. Suggestions and ideas
6. List of the NGO's
This is a brief report of a one-day conference on 'Networking of NGOs of India' organized under the aegis of All India Council of Muslim Economic Upliftment Ltd. (AICMEU), Mumbai on 31st July 2003 in Mumbai. The conference was participated by more than 60 active NGOs hailing from all over India, although the majority was from Maharashtra state. The prime objective of the meet was to explore the possibility of networking among the NGOs working for similar objectives. The conference was addressed by experts of international repute, apart from those having rich experience in the field of welfare and developmental programme within the country. Indeed, the meet was an outcome of the thinking of some leading activists for the last one and half decades. The participating organizations were mainly chosen on the basis of their significant contributions in the progress and advancement of weaker sections of the Indian society such as minorities, women, Dalits, destitute, etc. The conference was a grand success so far as its quantative and qualitative end product was concerned.
1. Inaugural Session
The conference began with the invocation by Hafiz Manzoor Ali, Chairman, Millat Trust, Jaipur, which was followed by introductory remarks of the chief organizer and the chairman of AICMEU Dr. Rahmatullah. He welcomed the participants and guests at the outset and appreciated their valued presence after undertaking long journeys for an august cause while surpassing so many difficulties. He also regretted delay in the proceedings due to some unavoidable circumstance.
Dr. Rahmatullah went on to say that the objectives of the conference were explicated in the circulated write up, enclosed with the invitation for the meet. According to him that note was a product of his exchange of view with a lot of friends and, therefore, it was perhaps a shared document of most of the participants of the meet. He expressed hope that the conference was going to enhance the work of joining organizations in a significant way and it was surely going to boost up the struggle of these organizations for the welfare of common people. Dr Rahmatullah continued to underline that the big question before the conference was whether the like-minded organizations were prepared to network among themselves for the mutual good or not. Then he gave an idea about the participating organizations and informed that out of 75 organizations invited from 13 different states of India, 45 NGOs from 9 different states with 58 representatives were attended this conference.
In his keynote, Dr. Zaki spoke on the theme 'Need for Federating the NGOs'. He was of the opinion that the conference was going to create a history because it was a pioneering effort of its own kind. He remembered on the occasion the past experiences of a coordination committee, which initiated mutual coordination among like-minded organizations in early eighties and expressed his regret that the experiment was a short lived one, although it developed and strengthened around a dozen organizations, of which the host organization was also one, that grew into outfits of national and international eminence. The learned speaker referred that the nostalgia of the referred experiment and churning of ideas in the emerging scenario in the country had lead to the holding of present meet. He lamented that the normal state of the organizations, otherwise doing a lot of good work in challenging circumstances and generally with smaller resources, was that they hardly come closer to interact with each other and mutually share experiences and resources. He went on to say that there was a sea change in the government policies and much emphasis regarding developmental activities had then been laid on the participation of NGOs. In such a situation, he appreciated that it was a welcomed sign that on a call of just one month's time a significant number of participants took interest to render the conference an initial success for networking and federal work among the NGOs working for similar objectives.
He reminded the audience that most of the participating organizations were working with smaller funds although the government had allocated a lot of funds for the objectives for which they were working and it was only due to lack of proper coordination among them that they were being deprived of those resources which would grow their work by leaps and bounds. Dr. Zaki also made his point clear by taking the instance of open schools and universities of which the weaker sections of society had failed to take full advantage of and the NGOs working for their uplift were consuming very hard earned resources for establishing badly maintained schools and educational institutions for the target people. He also brought home the point that a number of areas of activities and concern were still remained unexplored and much was needed to attend the emerging needs of the people to be served. While concluding his stimulating remarks he once more anticipated that the conference was going to be a historic moment in the way towards networking among a lot of mutually bonded organizations.
The Inaugural Session was followed by a symposium on the theme 'Problems and Prospects of Networking'. The guest speakers Mr. Mohammad Amra, representative of WAMY in South Africa, and Mr. Abdullahil Mamoon Al-Azami, the Community Development Specialist of Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah, initiated the discussion of the symposium, followed by presentations of various participants.
Mr. Amra shared his experiences and observations pertaining to the advantages of networking for the common cause as he gathered in his own country. He said that people of minority communities in South Africa were very much conspicuous in their activities although their numerical strength was hardly two per cent. According to him it was the outcome of effective networking and pertinent coordination among various non-governmental organizations of the nation. In his interesting and absorbing style he discussed the basic idea of networking by making sense of the commonly resorted mechanism of networking around, such as friend circle, cooperatives, Internet, mosques, chambers of commerce, etc.
While deriving importance of networking from the verse of the Qur'an, which emphasizes mutual cooperation for good and virtuous cause and forbids cooperation in vice and evil, the lucid speaker Mr. Mamoon al-Azami made it evident and clear that the motive for the cooperation should be basically for the sake of God Who commands mutual cooperation among human beings in all their affairs. He then discussed from his well-presented notes on such sub-themes as Defining an NGO, What is Networking?, Why NGOs should Network?, How to begin Networking?, Developing Strategy for Action, Role of the NGO Bureau, etc. His ideas regarding the concept of Networking were taken well. Participant's enmass endorsed the suggestion of formalizing networking as suggested in the basic document distributed among the participants.
These guest lectures were followed by general discussion on the central theme of the conference. Every participant raised his concern and shared his thought on the issue. However the following
suggestions and ideas were postulated by a number of
Mr. Ghaffar Shaikh, MCED, Aurangabad (Maharashtra):
- Entrepreneur development is an essential task before the NGOs;
- Proper training of the workers should be regularly undertaken for better results;
- Resource persons should be shared
Mr. Tariq Sajjad, Ranchi (Jharkhand):
- The network should provide timely information to its members;
- Guidelines should be provided for preparing projects to avoid common shortcomings and official vendetta;
- Vital issues such as FCRA should be raised with the officials
- News bulletin of the network should be published
- Training course for the social workers should be developed
- Website should be launched
- Directory of the NGOs should be prepared and published
Mr. Abdul Rashid Agwan, Director, CAVE, New Delhi:
- Information flow among the members
- Ideological and conceptual development of workers
- Development of uniform policies
- Sharing of views and experiences
- Sharing of surplus resources and seed money for initiation of work in new areas
- Lobbying with officials and government departments
- Accreditation of genuine organizations
Mr. Abdul Rashid, Parbhani (Maharashtra):
- Central body should remain active
- Survey and data collection for better planning
- Avoidance of duplication of work
- Blueprint for long term goal of the work
Mr. Parvez Anjum, Kidderpore Literary Society, Kolkata (West Bengal):
- Eradication of religious divisions of the community
- NGOs should take interest in preservation and development of Wakf properties, mosques, etc. for the common cause.
Dr. M. I. Bagisiraj, Director, HRD Academy, Belgam (Karnataka):
- Removal of isolation of the NGOs from the mainstream
- Effective linkages with fund providers
- Development of sense of togetherness
Mr. Hafiz Manzoor Ali, Chairman, Millat Trust, Jaipur (Rajasthan):
- Professional backup for governmental funds required
-The community should financially support at least one dynamic volunteer in each state to undertake networking responsibilities
Mr. Abdul Majid, Guwahati (Assam):
- State committees of the network should be formed
Mr. Syed Zahid Ali Akhtar, President, AIIGA, New Delhi:
- Sharing of premises by different NGOs
- Professional organization should provide specific help to the NGOs
Mr. Abdul Karim Salar, Jalgaon (Maharashtra):
- Eradication of corruption of the NGOs
- Education should be the first priority
- Well known and recognised organizations and institutions should take initiative for strengthening local work
Mr. Ishaque Sharfuddin, Pune (Maharashtra):
- Priority should be given to education
- Some fund should be developed to support students to pay high er fees due to the ongoing privatisation of education
Dr. Mazoor Ayyubi, Malegaon (Maharashtra):
- Follow up of the conference is very important
- The problem of child labour should be properly addressed to
- Prime attention should be given to smaller organizations on priorty
Mr. Nasim Khan, Ideal Education Movement, Mumbai:
-The NGOs should be potentially open for all people
- Drop out rates should be properly dealt with
- The organizations like IDB should pay attention towards primary education and mass literacy
- Qualitative and competitive educational environment should be build up
- Pooling of human and material resources
Mr. Irfan Merchant, Rahat Welfare Trust, Mumbai:
- Social audit of NGOs is necessary
- Special efforts for the uplift of slum areas
Mrs. Shazadi Hakim Khan, Rashtriya Mahila Nigam, Mumbai:
- Sharing of good things from every one
- Gaps between haves and have nots should be reduced
- The CAs should undertake social audit
- Motivation of boys for education especially in slum areas is required
- Studies abroad should be supported
Mr. Munir Khan, Nasik (Maharashtra):
- Life without leader should be eschewed
- The AICMEU's plan for economic development should be consid ered for implementation in various parts of the country
- Social leaders should not be bothered for livelihood
- Removal of corruption should be on the agenda of the network
Mr. Liyaqat Parvez, Banglore (Karnataka):
- Participation in programme organized by other NGOs
- Interaction with organizations working for similar objectives
- Advantage should be taken of the World Social Forum to be held in Mumbai in early next year
Ms. Alia Sabir, Khidmat Trust, New Delhi:
- There should be an underlining sense of responsibility towards God and not just the motive of material gain and self-gratification
- Development of team work
Ms. Farzana Loya, Mumbai, Al Huda Children's Welfare Trust :
- Stress on harnessing governmental funds
Mr. Mamoon Al-Azami, while summing up suggestions of the participants, remarked at the end of the symposium that there were around 40 points presented by them out of which some were very important from his point of view, namely, mass literacy, preparing social leaders as service providers (khadim) and not as self-gratifying leaders, supporting the supporters, remembering the real motive of social work that is the Pleasure of God, and the development of team work. He also highlighted three "Es", i. e. economy, efficiency and effectiveness and three "Is", i. e. initiative, interaction and involvement. Lastly he reminded "In our approach we are not pro-Muslims rather we are against none. Indeed we are bridging people across their affinities".
In his concluding remarks, Mr. Amra appreciated the intensity of heat that emerged in the symposium. He expressed that NGO as a unit had an organic role. He appealed that the contract of the NGOs with the society (abaya) should be honoured and more and more workers should volunteer their time for the cause of development and advancement.
Before concluding of the session, Dr. Rahmatullah Chief organizer asked the participants about the end product of the daylong deliberations. Responding to this with a voice vote all the participants resolved unanimously that this exercise of Networking of NGO's of India be taken ahead till it materializes on a grand scale. Further the participants authorized Dr. Rahmatullah to go ahead with the scheme and promised that they all will extend their wholehearted cooperation for the scheme as and when required.
These remarks were followed by the presentation of Resolutions of the Conference by Dr. M. Zaki Kirmani, the Coordinator of the meet. The audience subsequently endorsed the document after minor modifications as below.
"This conference of like-minded NGOs, working for the cause of minorities and other weaker sections and hailing from different parts of India, at Hotel Sahil, Mumbai, on 31st July 2003, resolves:
1. To attend to the need of coordinating the NGOs working for similar objectives in different areas of upliftment, development and reformation.
2. To develop a structure and mechanism for networking and federating among interested NGOs having homogenous and heterogeneous objectives.
3. To chalk out ways and means to take full advantage of resources available through government channels and other funding agencies.
4. To form a core group of NGOs representing from different regions of the country with the objective of formulating and proposing aims and objects, shape and structure and mechanism for the proposed network/federation.
5. That all the NGOs present in today's conference will constitute the basic constituents of the proposed structure of the federating NGOs."
At the end of the symposium, Mr. H. B. Nawab, the Honorary Secretary General of AICMEU, the host organization thanked the inspiring guests and all the participants and volunteers of the Conference. Mr. Tariq Ikramullah, Secretary of The students Islamic Trust, New Delhi, made dua for the success of the initiative taken by the conference.
The organizer declared the conference as over and invited the participants to join the lunch in the lobby.
Note: - On authority given by the constituents Dr. Rahmatullah in consultation with the coordinator Dr. M. Zaki Kirmani formed the following team to carry on this task jointly henceforth -
1. Mr. Tarique Sajjad Ranchi (Jharkhand)
2. Mr. Tarique Ikramullah New Delhi (Delhi)
3. Mr. Mushtaque Ahmad Chennai (Tamilnadu)
4. Dr. M. Zaki Kirmani Aligarh (U. P.)
5. Dr. Rahmatullah Mumbai (Maharashtra)
Rappottuer: Mr. Abdul Rashid Agwan
Annexure - 1
Introductory document circulated among participant NGOs
Muslim NGO's in India
Thanks to awareness and commitment, Muslims too have grouped together and formed various organizations to perform many of their functions and achieve the objectives. Thus, Muslim NGO's like any other community NGO's, are doing yeoman service to the community and the nation. In spite of the stigma of socio-economic and educational backwardness of the community, group of Muslims educated and uneducated, professionally trained and unskilled, innovative and traditional, visionary and humble, in almost every nook and corner of the country, have organized themselves in registered and unregistered bodies for making concerted efforts to ameliorate the backwardness of their fellow beings. In fact it is a healthy sign that we have Muslim NGO's in almost every walk of life viz economic, social, educational, cultural, medical, socio - religious and socio - political, scientific and technological etc. And hats off to the dedicated selfless workers of these NGO's that a lot is being done in almost all areas of works. These efforts are now bearing fruits and the community is advancing ahead on the path of recovery and growth cum development. In fact it is a contribution to the Indian nation also as without liquidating ills and evils from this large chunk of Indian population known as Muslims, no five year plans will succeed in pushing up the country to the status of developed nations --- the dream that we all Indians hail and the dream that we all Indians love to materialize.
A closer look however, to these Muslim NGO's and their vision, structure, resource base, strategies of work, priorities, link with national welfare schemes and performance etc. suggests that there is sufficiently large room for improvement. Further issues like optimal use of available men and material resources, regional imbalances in the geography of NGO's, absence of a standard measure and practice to check performance, lack of inter and intra organizational networking and cooperation, deficiency in professional skill and approach, duplication and wastages, non-seriousness towards the use and institutionalization of religious charities, lack of knowledge of relevant government laws and financial schemes, marginal involvement of Muslim intelligentsia and philanthropists, acute shortage of dedicated and trained band of social workers and over and above required behavioral changes are few among long list of issues and problems impeding performance of these NGO's. It need not be emphasized that a little more thinking and involvement of Muslim intelligentsia and philanthropists along with the activists can bring wonders on the performance front of these NGO's.
It therefore becomes imperative for the activists and thinkers involved in the organizations to initiate introspection and search out ways and means to enhance their performance and increase their effectiveness in the society.
It is this realization that encouraged AICMEU to dare to call a meeting of 50-selected group of non-political activists drawn from different states of the country. The purpose of this meeting may be outlined as preliminary exercise towards introspection and sharing of ideas and experiences among like-minded workers, who are committed to uplift the community and the nation. It is expected that these dedicated, experienced and educated activists will deliberate on issues of concern enlisted above and try to reach on some way out.
For major involvement of Muslim intelligentsia and philanthropists it is suggested from certain quarters to form community council of India (CCI) as purely non-political federal body of NGO's working in different fields of life and having concern for the community.
This body should undertake the responsibility of liaison, imparting relevant information, counseling and guidance, education and training to meet the needs of the NGO's involved.
Few of the important functions of this council may be listed as
- Networking of Muslim NGO's
- Evaluate performance and prepare short and long-term pro gramme.
- Link NGO's with government schemes
- Fix the priorities in areas of work and harmonize functioning of NGO's.
- Encourage formation of groups in required regions and areas of work..
CCI should constitute a body of advisors, guides and trainers for meeting the needs of the NGO's and should have no business to undermine the authority of federating organizations.
It should set up a central secretariat preferably at Delhi or Mumbai. The federal member organizations may pay an annual membership fee to meet the administration expenditure.
Dr. Rahmatullah, Dr. M. Zaki Kirmani
List of the NGO's (Representatives) attended the session
1. Mr. Gaffar Shaikh
Maharashtra Center Of Entrepreneurial Development, Aurangabad, Regional Officer, MIED, A-38, MIDC Area Plot No. 45, Patel. Nagar, Beed Ringh Road, Opp. Shabber Patel. House, Aurangabad- 431 001(M. S). Tel.: 0240-2321223/24 (R) 2376444, 9422206541
2. Mr. Rasheed Engineer
Parbhani Education Society, Rasheed Engineer, R/ o Mohalla Guri Bazar, Parbhani 431401. (M.S). Tel.: (R) 02452-227795 (O) 221604
3. Mr. Ahmed Mohinuddin
Falah-E- Aam Trust Lalmasjid Complex Town Hall, Aurangabad 431001, Tel.: 9823267990, (R) 0240-2401002 (O) 2312160 email: email@example.com
4. Mr. Waseem Irfani
Secretary, Muslim Yuva Manch Nimbahera - 312601, Dist Chiltaurgur - Rajisatan Tel.: 01477-220137 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Mr. Naiem Zahid
Womens Welfare Society (P.O. Box 41) 294 Rajuri Ves. Beed 431122. Tel.: 02442-222695, 9422241532
6. Mr. Jabir Ab. Aziz Mulla
Thane Dist. Rural Muslim Welfare Organization, 1098, Park Avenue, Vanjar Pati Naka Bhiwandi, Dist. Thane - 421101 (M. S) Tel.: 952522-243927
7. Dr. Ismail Shaikh
Baba-E-Quam Medical Trust, B/14/503, Millat Nagar Andhiri (W) Mumbai 400053 Tel.: 9820957937
8. Dr. Manzoor Hasan Ayyubi
Citizen Welfare Education Society, 782, Khushamed Pura, Malegaon 423203 Tel.: (R) 0255- 2431848, 2435348, 9823364248
9. Dr. Asif Salim
Citizen Welfare Educational Society S. No. 158/1 P. No 22, M. A Road, Naya Pura, Malegaon, Dist Nasik (M.S) Tel.: (R) 0255-2430248, 02553110148
10. Mr. Siraj Mukadam
Lions Cheritable Trust, Dingani Young Educational Soc., C/o Hotel. Regency, Near S. T. Stand., Ratnagiri- 415612 Tel.: 02352-221391/92/93 email: email@example.com
11. Mr. Husain Ali Dharamsi
Alif Acadmey, 53/3 Kentharia Mahal L. B. S Marg Kamani, Kurla (W) Mumbai 400070. Tel.:25036810, 9892108249
email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
12. Mr. Tarique Sajjad
Markaz e Adab o Science, 2K/3, Baitu Housing Colony, Rahchi - 834 009, Jharkhand. Tel.: 0651 - 2540534, 9431171130 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
13. Dr. Nazir Ahmed
Alkhair Chairatable Trust & Bihar Rabta Commitee Al-Hira Public School & HosTel. Campus, Professors' Colony, Shahganj, Patna - 6 Tel.: 0612-2685287 email: email@example.com
14. Dr. M. A. Khatkhaty
MESCO, 110 Natalwala Build. V. S. Road, Mahim Mumbai -400014. Tel.: 24448637 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
15. Mr. A. R. Agwan
Centre For Advancement of Voluntary Efforts, L19/A, Abul Fazal, New Delhi-110025. Tel.: 011-26914587 email: email@example.com
16. Mr. Hafiz Manzoor Ali
Millat Trust, 1/112, Vanvihar Idgah, Delhi Bypass, Jaipur -302 002 144, Deepak Marg, Adarsh Nagar Jaipur( Rajistan) Tel.: 0141-2616183/2632864
17. Tarique Ikramullah
Students Islamic Trust E-3, Abul Fazl Enclave, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi 110025. Tel.: 011-26833031
18. Dr. Fazle Sarwar (AIGA)
Manav Uttan Kendra C/12, Hamid Manzil, Mohall, Jangalio, P.O. & Distt: Goplaganj, Bihar 841428 Tel.: (O) 016156-224878 (R) 06156-224878, 0282505, 9431252311
19. Mr. Syed Zahid Ali Akhter
All India Graduates Association (AIGA), N-44, Hilal Home, Abul Fazal Enclave New Delhi - 110025. Tel.: 011-35220430 (R.) 08492-30050 email : firstname.lastname@example.org
20. Mr. Khwaja Iftekar Ahmed
Falah-E-Aam Trust Mankarna Plots, Near, Ashouri Saw Mill, Akola-444001. Tel.: (R) 0724-2432071
21. Mr. Altaf Khan
Falah-E-Aam Trust C/O Islam Darshan Kendra, Mominpura Masjid, Akola 444001, (M. S) Tel.: 0724-2431426, 2443896
22. Dr. M. Zaki Kirmani
Muslim Association for Advancement of Science, 44, Darul Fikra, MAAS Aligah, (U.P.). email: email@example.com
23. Dr. Ajmal Akhlaque
All India Graduates Association (AIGA) , 394/10, Zakir Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi-110025. Tel.: 011-56000051, 9811514057
24. Mrs. Aaliya Sabir
Al - Khidmat, C11, Shaheen Bagh, Okhla, New Delhi-110025 . Tel.: 011-26957890, 26971185 email firstname.lastname@example.org
25. Mr. Khalid Sabir
Al-Khidmat, C11, Shaheen Bagh, Okhla, New Delhi-110025
Tel.: 011-26957890, 26971185 email: email@example.com
26. Mr, Syed Liyakhat
Bangalore Islamic Foundation Trust, No. 57, 5th Cross Road, Malleshwaram, Banglore 560003. Tel.: 080-5442345, 3561139 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
27. Mr. Mohd. Majid Ali
Assam Falah Society Satgaon, Ambari, Guwahati-27 Assam
Tel.: 0361-2660487, 09894052441
28. Mr. Abdul Karim A. Attar
Tanzeem-e-Valedain, 18, Ghorpade Peth, Pune-411042. Tel.: (R) 020-6452349, (O) 4472610, 4472610,6452349, 9822450014
29. Mr. Abdul Wahid Chowhan
Development Excellence Foundation, Ceil Court, M. Bhushan Rd. Mumbai-400038 Tel.: 022-22020083
30. Mr. Irfan Merchant
Rahat Welfare Trust, 6 Fatima Manor, St. Momiel Road, Bandra (W) Mumbai-400050 Tel.: 022-26552256, 26428286, 9892309785 email: email@example.com
31. Mr. Nasim Ali Khan
Ideal Education Movement, 117, Juma Masjid Trust Build. Mumbai - 400008. Tel.: (R) 28210416 (O) 23463139, 9820962695
32. Mr. Seyed Najmul Hasan
Ideal Social Services Chand Manzil, Gujri Bazaar, Parbhani 431401 (M.S.) Tel.: 02452-227909, 9422175170
33. Mr. Shah Rafique Abdullah
Muslim Educational & Welfare Society, Jalgaon Shah. R. A Millat Nagar, Mehrun, Jalgaon Tel.: (O) 2212079
34. Dr. M. Rafique Sarkhawas
Muslim Ass. For the Advancement of Science (MAAS) 1399, S. No. 50, Mitha Nagar, Kondhwa, Pune-411048. Tel.: 020-6931259, 6454240, 9422083954 email m_rafiques@yahoo, com
35. Dr. Saeed Kazi
Nagari Muslim Misgar Jamal Trust, Civil Hendco, Ganesh Chwk, Ahmed Nagar (M. S). Tel.: 0241-2345456
36. Prof. H. N. Kalania
Lakdawala Charitable Trust, 2, Prince Court, Clare Road, Byculla, Mumbai - 400 008. Tel.: 23099492; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
37. Mr. Mustaque Ahmed
The Students Islamic Trust, E3, Abul Fazal Enc., New Dehli - 25 Tel.: 044(28133535), 9841064527
38. Mr. Imran A. Rasool
Win Education Trust Mumbai, 14/B, Ashraf Apts. Ganga Bawdi Road, Mazgaon, Mumbai-400009. Tel.: 022-23755675, 20036471
39. Mr. Mohamd Amra
Islamic Forum Durban S. A., 40. Mrs. Mehrunnisa A. Khan, Al Huda Children's Welfare Trust, BIT Chawl No. 20, Transit Camp, Tank Pakhadi Road, Byculla, Mumbai-400008 Tel.: 022-23070905
41. Mrs. Farzana oya S. Haqe
Al Huda Children's Welfare Trust BIT Chawl No. 20, Transit Camp, Tank Pakhadi Road, Byculla, Mumbai-400008. Tel.: 23016688 email: email@example.com
42. Mr. H. B. Nawab
AICMEU, 1, Mimar House Plot. No. 31, New Era Hsg. Soc. Market Yard, Pune-411037. Tel.: 020 - 4268059
43.Dr. Abdullahil Mamoon Al Azami
IDB Special Assistance Office P. O. Box 5925, Jeddah 21432, Saudi Arabia. Tel.: 0096626466736 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
44. Mr. Gulam. Mohd. Siddiqui
Information Documentaion Research & Analysis Kendra
601, Seacroft Shirly Road, Bandra W, Mumbai-400050 or P. O. 16685, Bandra (W) Mumbai-400050 Tel.: 26486473/26043698 email: email@example.com
45. Dr. M. I Bagsiraj
H.R.D. Academy,12/46/1, Adwaya, Sangmeshwar Nagar, Belgaum. Tel.: (R)&(O) 0831-471972, 9845144470 email : firstname.lastname@example.org
46. Mr. Abdul Gaffar Malik
IQRA Education Society Ab. Gaffar Ab. Razak Malik 307, Shani Phat Jalgaon (M.S.)
47. Mr. Shahajadi Hakim
Rashtriya Mahila Milan C/14 Hirji Govindi Blocks, Sofia Zuber Rd. Mumbai - 400008 Tel.: 022-23081286, 23009443, 33956616
48. Mr. Abdul Karim Salar
Iqra Education Society, 387, Shani Peth, Jalgaon 425 001 (M.S.) Tel.: (O) 0257-2262610, 9822450014
49. Mr. Moin Don
Falah-E-Aam Opp. Memon Masjid, Kalyan (M.S.)
Tel.: 9820069843, 95251-2200191, (O)28278055
50. Mr. Anwar Ali Sayed
AICMEU's Scholarship Division, 20/B, Margau House, New Kautawadi, Perry Road, Bandra, Mumbai 400050. Tel.: (R) 26424534, (O) 2610624, 9821096080
email : email@example.com
51. Mr .Sayed Hasan Akbar
Member of Governing Board of AICMEU, Silver Arch 'A' Flat No. 1001. off Millat Nagar, Oshiwara Andheri (West), Mumbai. Tel.: 022-26331194, (O) 22825777/78
52. Mr. Munir Ahmed Khan
Baitulmal Welfare Trust, Mubruk, Dr. Bhabha Nagar, Nasik, 422011, (M.S.) Tel.: 0253-2592503, (O) 2383284
53. Mr. Nazim A. Rais
Thane Dist. Rural Muslim Welfare, 2/6, Kapadia Mansion, 11, Dr. Nair Road, Mumbai 4000011.Tel.: (R) 23096446, (O) 952522-243929
54.Mr. Shakil Mouiddin Rais
Thane Dist. Rural Muslim Welfare, Park Avenu, Ground Floor, AT & Do, Bhiwandi. Tel.: 952525-237131, 9422486165
55. Mr. Saeed Ahmed Vohra
MESCO A-21, Ashraf Apartment, Ganga Bawdi Road, Mazgaon,
Mumbai 4000010. Tel.: (R) 23774284, (O) 23776581, 98690-13583
56.Mr. Parvez Anjum
Kidderpore Literary Society, 50, B, Diamond Harbour Road, Kolkata 700027. Tel.: (R) 033-24492246 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
57. Mr. M. Isaac Shaikh
Tanzeem Walidan Urdu Madaris, 694-B Guruwar Peth, Pune- 411042 Tel.: (R) 4473816
58.Mr. Syed Zahid Ahmad, Asst. Secretary General
AICMEU, 179, Vazir Building, I. R. Road, Mumbai-400003. Tel.: (O) 23478329 email: email@example.com
59.Mr. Shakil Dad Khan
AICMEU's Employment Information, & V. Guidance AICMEU, 179, Vazir Building, I.R. Road, Mumbai 400003. Tel.: (O) 23478329
60. Dr. Rahmatullah
AICMEU, Chairman, 179, Vazir Building, I.R. Road, Mumbai 400003 O) 23478884 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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