Sunday, 1st December: On account of delayed opening of AMU Kishanganj Centre, Sabir Alam, Huzaifa Abdur Rahman, Soban Mustansar Ahmad, Subhan organised a ‘Talk on Education for All’ with special relevance to AMU Kishanganj, Issues of Students & Residents of Bihar and grievances & concern over poor literacy rate of Simanchal which was held at Pahalwan chowk, Batla House, New Delhi.

The talk was presided by the organising committee and Manzar Imam commenced the felicitation function with a welcome and keynote speech. The felicitation of Chief Guest Master Mujahid, MLA, Bihar followed the welcome note.

Speakers from various parts of the country presided over the talk which includes Chief Guest Master Mujahid – MLA Bihar, CA Soban Mustansar Ahmad, Sarfaraz Ahsan – Deputy Register Jamia Hamdard, Manzar Imam -Phd. Scholar, JMI, Farooque Alam – Students Activist, JNU, Hozaifa Amir Rashidi – Honorary Secretary, Students Union, AMU, Dr. Raquib – Professor, JMI, and Hasnain Raza – Students Activist, JMI who even looked after the management and is credited for the successful completion of the event.

The talk laid emphasis on education and its importance in our daily life.

” Getting proper education is the birthright of everyone and restricting it is a heinous crime. Education is the ultimate way to get victory over all of our personal and social problems. Education is very important as it plays very important roles in shaping our thoughts and actions. In order to live a better and peaceful life, we need to be educated. It transforms us completely from inside to outside by changing our mind and personality as well as improving our confidence level. It changes our life completely as it is constructive in nature.”

Spoke the CHIEF Guest – Master Mujahid, MLA, Bihar

Apart from importance of education, the talk also stressed upon the problems faced by Bihari Students and residents living in Delhi.

The talk was attended by a large number of teaching and non-teaching persons from Jamia Millia Islamia, Aligarh Muslim University, Jamia Hamdard, JNU, DU and Bihar. The talk was followed by a Dinner Party.

TJRxPress Team


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