Education and Careers

  • SIR SYED AHMAD KHAN: The Guardian of Muslims

    “Sir Syed was the Prophet of Education.” — Mahatma Gandhi Syed Mohammad Muttaqi, a Mughal Courtier, and Aziz un Nissa were blessed with a baby boy on Friday, 17th of October 1817 whom the world now recognises as...

  • Career Growth in Delhi through Job Switching

    Building your career may be a stressful and time-consuming process. Yet, there still exist some strategies which will help you accelerate this process and become a highly qualified professional on a job market. Difference Between Entry-leve...

  • Starting a Legal Career: Tips and Secrets

    There are a lot of different opinions about lawyers existing in different countries, and one of them is that law specialists are those who look for the ‘loopholes’ in the legal system, and this one is as well popular in India. But w...

  • Documentary on Calligraphy by Jamia Students

    Architecture student Ashhar Shams (B.Arch. IInd Year) at Jamia Millia Islamia (A central University in New Delhi), along with his friends, Rahil Malik and Mohd. Muhibuddin, have made a short 6-minute documentary on the art of Calligraphy, title...

  • Pratigya — "I Pledge To" social @ IIT Kharagpur Spring Fest 2015

    Young and educated India is more than aware of the social problems that plague this country. While everyone sees them and criticizes these evils, firing with all guns blazing at the local and national administrations, one of the biggest hurdles...

  • Career/Course Options Chart for students (India)

    How students can make an informed choice for your career, courses, education, india. Career/Course Options Chart (India)

  • First instalment released to Khwaja University; admissions open to 16 subjects

    Lucknow: Vice Chancellor of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Urdu, Arabic & Persian University, Dr Anees Ansari said that the University Grants Commission had released an amount of Rs 2.5 crores (Rs 25 million) for the building of a Library and Com...

  • First Muslim from Maharashtra tribal dist in civil service

    Mumbai: For the first time in history, a Muslim from Nandurbar — a tribal district in North Maharashtra, has cracked the Civil Services Examination this year. Shakeel Mehmood Ansari hails from Shahada — a small and backward town...

  • A dream come true: madrasa graduate

    Mumbai: Throughout my Madrasa life, one dream that I’ve cherished while sleeping on the straw mats, was to clear the Civil Services exams, Hammad Zafar who cracked the coveted exams this year said while talking to media even as his cell c...

  • Rahmani-30 hits success again

    Patna: The Rahmani 30 initiative under which 30 Muslim IIT aspirants are coached free of charge every year, shone again this year as 24 candidates out of 30 have qualified JEE Mains 2013 and now have to write the second level of JEE. This is th...

  • Maulanas and dargahs who are imparting superior modern education and competitive ability in Indian Muslim youth

    Muslim maulanas (clerics) and dargahs (religious shrines) dot the landscape of Muslim India - the cities and towns where India’s Muslims live. Having grown up in India, the scenes of multitudes of devotees thronging the shrines and b...

  • Performance of Muslim candidates disappointing as usual in UPSC

    New Delhi: Results of civil services examination conducted by UPSC in 2012 were declalred on 3 May according to which 998 candidates made it to the panel of successful candidates. But the overall performance of Muslim candidates, as usual, was ...

  • Madrasa management accuse education officials of corruption

    Indore: Anjuman Jamiatul madaris (Organisation of Madrasas management) accused education officials of corruption in granting recognition. Arif Modi, Divisional Convenor, complained that a clerk is demanding money for according recognition. Nega...

  • Saudi Uni to promote education in Muslim populated areas

    New Delhi: Qaseem University of Saudi Arabia has decided to promote higher education, research and training in Muslim populated areas in India so that Muslim students of these areas are able to make progress and compete with their counterparts ...

  • More than 2200 Delhi schools on the verge of closure, get new lease of life

    New Delhi: About 2235 primary and middle schools of Delhi which were to be closed down from 1 April this year have now been given a new lease of life and under a new rule, can continue under certain conditions. It may be stated that about 2235 ...

  • Govt not interested in the educational progress of Muslims

    New Delhi: Some steps taken or proposed to be taken by the government for the progress of Muslims in view of 2014 parliamentary elections apparently appear to be sound and promising but executors and bureaucrats with RSS mentality in the govern...

  • Jamia Rizvia of Bareilly to be upgraded to a university

    Bareilly: Aala Hazrat Imam Ahmad Raza Khan Fazil Bareilvi in pursuance of God’s message as revealed in the Qur’an through His Messenger Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in the form of Iqra (read in Arabic) and in furtherance of which Prophet...

  • Shahina bags seven gold medals and five cash prizes

    Ahmedabad: Contrary to popular myth that Muslim clerics deny modern education to their wards Hafiz Qari Ahmad Ali Murshid Ali Shaikh ensured proper education of his four children - a son and three daughters. Shaikh is an Imam at the Sarkhej Roa...

  • 12 AIIMS succesful candidates are Muslims from Kerala

    New Delhi: For years, the All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences, India’s top medical college, entrance examination has been the hunt for the best. Students from Malabar, the Muslim-dominated northern region of Kerala, have been crackin...

  • Scholarship Facilitation Center started in Lucknow

    Lucknow (30 June 2012): Scholarship Facilitation Center — a free service dedicated to all the needy and deserving students who wish to apply for Government Scholarships, has been started in Lucknow.