Siddiqui Group to start high-tech education

New Delhi: A delegation from the Chennai-based educational and training group, Muhammad Siddique Group of Educational Institutions organised a programme in India Islamic Cultural Centre here on 4 December in cooperation with Noble Education Foundation when one of its members apprised the people about the educational activities being undertaken by this group. This educational group is providing higher and standard education and training on a large scale in South, particularly in Tamil Nadu. Leader of this delegation. Aziz Chaudhari said that the engineering college of this group is one of those few colleges where aeronautical course is conducted. In addition to this there are many other institutions of this group where professional educational and training courses are conducted. He said that our main aim is not to earn money but to benefit and help Muslim youth in making their career bright, not only the youth of south India but also of north India. He said that all these institutions have been set up not only for Muslim youth but non-Muslim students also benefit from these institutions. Another member of the delegation, Faisal Abdul said that matric pass students become capable enough in three months only, to get jobs easily in Dubai and during this training period their expenses on boarding and lodging are borne by their group. He said that his group has so far trained hundreds of youth who got jobs in Dubai and other Gulf countries, adding that even non-matriculates and drop-outs can benefit form this scheme. He said that even those students who are interested in jobs in Gulf or other countries can do engineering, medical, paramedical, fine arts, architecture and teachers training courses for very small fees and can do so with the help of their group. Financial advisor of this group, Ravindaram said that more than 16 large institutions of his group are operating in Chennai and its neighbouring areas. Another delegation member Hamid Ibrahim said that he had laid the foundation of this group in a village, Kala Karaaee in the neighbourhood of Chennai. Aziz Chaudhari said that he is prepared to associate himself with people or institutions which want to open such institutes in north India on the basis of equal share or partnership. He made it clear that he and his other colleagues are prepared to share their experiences with others for the sake of God’s pleasure and with a sense of service to Muslims. He said that further information about his group can be got from IACC’s Department of education and training and also from Noble Education foundation.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 January 2015 on page no. 14

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