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Association of Muslim Professionals meets at Delhi

New Delhi: Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP) Delhi Chapter organized a meeting here on 16 September. It was attended by its key members and associates from Delhi and northern cities. The meet was organized to interact, network and have a better understanding of the organization and its objectives.  

Dr Zafarul-Islam Khan, President of the All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat was the guest speaker who motivated and guided the members and helped them get a deep insight as to how each one can work better towards the uplift of the community, society and the country.

Indian Muslims Professionals

Aamir Edresy, President of AMP, said that the organization is a fast growing NGO which aims at working for peace and progress within the society and nation. He explained the way AMP functions and its goals and objectives so that same may be replicated in other parts of the country.

More than 60 key AMP members and associates – all professionals from different fields — participated in the meeting. Some members had come from cities like Gorakhpur, Aligarh, Bareilly, Bhadohi, Jaipur, Jhunjhunu, Swai Madhavpur, Noida and Faizabad etc. The meeting was organized at the AIMMM central office in Abul Fazal Enclave.

Speaking to the participants in his keynote address, Dr. Khan said that educated Muslim youth should rise above their personal interests and work for the community and the nation. In his detailed and discerning speech, he elaborated that there are ample opportunities for Muslims to progress in a democratic setup. He said that opportunities are equally available for any capable person irrespective of his caste or creed and it is up to him how he can utilize the best of these opportunities.

Association of Indian Muslims Professionals

The session included brain-storming and group discussions among the participants on various activities of AMP. It was conducted by Syed Raghib, who is AMP National Coordination Team member and research scholar at JNU.

AMP is a platform for Muslim professionals and volunteers to share their knowledge, intellect, experience and skills for the overall development of not just the Muslim community but the society at large, and further empowering Muslims in the educational, social, political and economic front of life.

 AMP now has more than 50 chapters across India. It has a strong professionals base across the country.  AMP has been conducting educational, social and welfare activities. It is non-sectarian endeavouring to promote social welfare, community spirit and knowledge in our society. AMP was founded by a group of in India and registered as a welfare organization under the Societies Act and is entirely funded by its members and socially aware individuals.

 For more information, contact AMP at  info@ampindia.org

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 October 2012 on page no. 13

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