Welcome to KBF

KAMSAR-0-BAR FORUM is a nationwide, non-profit organization, based in Dildar Nagar, Distt. Ghazipur, formed on 4th May 2010 by a group of elite, like-minded and socially conscious professionals and academicians from all parts of the world.

Our mission is to promote and catalyses mainstream global education among underprivileged but brilliant students in a sustained manner, in order to facilitate them to emerge as conscientious and responsible citizens, dynamically involved in the process of nation development.

Thursday 25 November 2010

Snapshot of KBF's CGC at Dildar Nagar

Sunday 31 October 2010

Admission Test Date & Schedule

Monday 25 October 2010

Contact Us

Office Address at Dildar Nagar

Kamsar-O-Bar Forum
Coaching & Guidance Cell

In Front of S.K.B.M.I.C., Husainabad, Dildar Nagar, Distt. Ghazipur, U.P.-232326
Website: www.kamsar.org | Cell: 9738560514

For Inquiries: info@kamsar.org

About CGC Project

Forum is a platform where residents of Kamsar-o-Bar residing all over the world have come up voluntarily to help improve the educational system of our kamsar-o-bar and to reinforce the same to face the intense competitive World outside.

To begin with, we have decided to start a Coaching and Guidance Cell which will train and prepare our boys of class 10th for their upcoming board exams as well as for different entrance exams of reputed Universities and Colleges such as Aligarh MuslimUniversity, Jamia Millia Islamia, Banaras Hindu University, and Allahabad University etc.
Basic Aims and Objective of our Coaching and Guidance Cell:
The ultimate goal of this coaching and guidance cell is to prepare and enable students from Kamsar to crack entrance exams to get admission in 11th class for the following prestigious universities in India.
1. Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)
2. Jamia Millia Islamia
3. Banaras Hindu University (BHU)
4. Allahabad University etc.
10th is the building block for anyone’s career. Kamsar-o-Bar Forum has taken this initiative to secure the career of our boys in Kamsar. Those who are brilliant but financially deprived, Forum will provide them complete guidance free of cost to get into these prestigious universities which will not only secure their future but it will also instill confidence in such students. Education is the key for any community’s growth and illiteracy is root cause of all problems. Forum’s main objective is to empower people from Kamsar educationally and eradicate illiteracy from its root.

When this program will start:
This coaching and Guidance Cell is starting from 15th Nov. 2010 in Dildar Nagar.

Admission Test:
Admission test for our coaching and guidance cell will commence on 7th Nov. 2010. All students from Science stream will be invited and are eligible to write the test.

Tuition Fees:
This coaching and guidance cell will be totally free for underprivileged students and very nominal fees will be charged from those who can afford.

Teaching Methodologies:
The Faculties and pattern/syllabus of teaching will be under strict Guidance of our highly qualified members of the Forum and Insha’Allah we are sure we can make it.

Courses covered under this training
Focus will be given to Science Courses which includes admission for PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Math) or PCB (Physics, chemistry and Biology) or Diploma Engineering in central universities like AMU, Allahabad, Jamia Millia and BHU etc.

Capacity (Intake) of Students
We will select top 30 students for the first batch based on screening test.

Training Duration
Training will be starting from 15 Nov. 2010 till February End for Board exam. Once Board exam is over in March classes will again start from April Onwards till the end of May for entrance exam preparation. So as a whole about 5 months training will be provided to 10th Class (Science Stream) students.

Screening Test
Screening test will be conducted on 7th Nov. 2010 to select capable students. It is highly important to ensure that our effort, resources and energy are not wasted. A paper of 1 hour will be given where few questions from all important subjects (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English and Biology) will be asked. Type of Questions will be subjective as well as objective.

Test Venue and Timing:
Test will commence on 7th Nov. 2010 at 11 AM in SKBM Inter College, Dildar Nagar.

Teaching Staffs
Best teachers from Kamsar are hired for different subjects which includes Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Math and English. There will be one dedicated teacher for each subject. These teachers are expert in their subject areas who will ensure the quality training. They will strictly follow our teaching methodologies which is designed by highly experienced professors who are member of this forum.

Course Materials
We will provide the course materials for the entrance test of all top university mentioned above.

Application Forms
Application forms can be collected from SKBM Inter College, Adarsh Inter College and Bara Inter College or from our office by a payment of Rs. 10 for each form from 28th October 2010 onwards.

Office Address:
Kamsar-O-Bar Forum

Coaching & Guidance Cell

In Front of S.K.B.M.I.C., Husainabad, Dildar Nagar, Distt. Ghazipur, U.P.-232326
Website: www.kamsarobar.org | Cell: 07897868838

Saturday 16 October 2010

खुद जली नहीं जलायी गयी थी सलमा

गाजीपुर: दिलदारनगर थाना क्षेत्र के ग्राम जबुरना में नवविवाहिता सलमा खातून जली नहीं बल्कि दहेज में एक लाख रुपये की मांग कोलेकर ससुरालीजनों ने जला कर मार डाला। इस मामले में मृतका की माता उसिया निवासी रेहाना खातून पत्‍‌नी अहमद ने सलमा खातून के पति अकबर खां समेत पांच के खिलाफ गुरुवार की देर रात दहेज हत्या का मुकदमा पंजीकृत कराया। पुलिस ने शव को कब्जे में लेकर अन्त्य परीक्षण के लिए भेज दिया। इस मामले में अभी किसी की गिरफ्तारी की सूचना नहीं है।

उसिया निवासी अहमद ने अपनी पुत्री सलमा का निकाह जबुरना निवासी मुनव्वर खां के पुत्र अकबर के साथ छह माह पूर्व किया था। कुछ दिन सब कुछ ठीक-ठाक चला लेकिन बाद में एक लाख रुपये की मांग को लेकर ससुरालीजनों व सलमा के बीच विवाद शुरू हुआ। इसकी शिकायत उसने अपनी मां से की थी। इसी क्रम में दोपहर में ससुरालीजनों ने सलमा को जला कर मार डाला। इस मामले में ससुर मुनव्वर, सास खुशबूनिसा, पति अकबर, देवर नौशाद व जावेद के खिलाफ भादवि की धारा 498ए, 304बी व 3/4 डीपी एक्ट के तहत मुकदमा पंजीकृत कर पुलिस मामले की जांच कर रही है। इस बाबत पूछे जाने पर थानाध्यक्ष हरेराम मौर्य ने बताया कि अभी तक किसी अभियुक्त की गिरफ्तारी नहीं हुई है। पोस्टमार्टम रिपोर्ट आने के बाद मामले का खुलासा होगा।



Monday 11 October 2010

Academic staff interview

Dear Members,

In the continuation of arranging the interview with teaching staff, Prof.Shafiullah Sb & Dr. Ehtsham contaced Mr. Malik (M.Sc in Mathematics) and talk to him at length. Interview divided into two parts, one is admistrative kind of questions and another is academiac questions. He was very surprised that this forum has a very systematic kind of program.

Any way, we have shortlisted this man as he has promised to proof his caliber within a ten days of teaching. We couldn't reached Mr. Hemant shukla for the subject of Chemistry as his mobile was switched off. All of you are requested to foraward the name and contact numbers of some more staff of English and Biology. We want to choose the best staff among all as they will be the backbone of our coaching and guidance cell.

Earlier we had an interview with Mr. Sarfarz Khan for the subject of physics and short listed him.

For Kamsar-O-Bar Forum

Saturday 25 September 2010

Snapshots- KBF's Delhi Meeting

Below are some of the snapshots of our Kamsar-O-Bar Forum's Delhi meeting which was conducted on 19th Sept. In spite of heavy rain throughout the day in Delhi that day more than 25 members attended the meeting. It was really a great experience talking to all of these learned people from Kamsar where few senior members which includes Mr. Anwar Khan from NIC and Mr. Sarfuddin Khan, Manager Bara Inter College also participated and shared their valuable inputs with us. Everyone present during the meeting shared their views and appreciated our initiative. We thank everyone for attending the meeting and making it successful.

Carefully busy in hearing the vision and mission of KoF

Mr. Anwar Khan from NIC, Delhi sitting at 2nd right position.





Don't forget to share your views please.

Snapshots of our CGC at DLN

Below are the snapshots of our coaching and guidance cell at dildar nagar. This place is located just opposite to Kamsar Hall. There is a street going opposite to kamsar hall, just take first left then again first left. At the corner of street this place is located. This place is in center of dildar nagar and we believe it will be very easy for anyone to reach our office. We have taken the first floor of this building on rent. There are four room all together. Once room will be used for classes. One for office, another for library and the last one as a guest room.

Complete view of Coaching from Front

Gate of our coaching and Guidance cell

Side view of our coaching and Guidance Cell

This will be used as a classroom for our coaching. This is the biggest room in building.

Another view of classroom

This is how it looks.

Please don't forget to share your comments.

Monday 19 July 2010

Kamsar-O-Bar Google Group

Kamsar-O-Bar is an ensemble of Kamsaris from diverse fields of expertise. Currently, the main avenue for members to interact and communicate with each other is by participating in the various activities conducted by Kamsar-O-bar Forum via a community dedicated to Kamsar-O-Bar Forum on the Google Group website, http://groups.google.com/group/kamsarobar?hl=en_US. We are also in the process of expanding our horizon to interaction through online networking that will enable our members to login, search for other members and communicate online.

Facilitating the dispersion of professional knowledge is the quintessence of Kamsar-O-Bar's activities. We have a strong conviction that in addition to physical gatherings, online interaction among members across India and abroad will tremendously enhance the benefits of membership.

You can Join our Google Group by visiting the following link:


Friday 18 June 2010

Educational Deprivation of Muslims

Educational Deprivation of Muslims: Revisiting Sachar Report

By Shahidur Rashid Talukdar,

The condition of Muslims in India is pitiable. As it has been documented by the Sachar Committee Report (SCR), Muslims are virtually lagging behind all other communities and a trend of relative deterioration is observed in almost all spheres of day-to-day life. Especially in the field of education, the situation is of grave concern.

Muslims literacy

While the overall literacy rate in India is above 65%, the literacy rate of Muslims is around 59%. However, on extending the consideration beyond mere literacy rate, Muslims fall far behind others. Where, in general, 26% of those aged 17 years and above have completed matriculation, this percentage is only 17% amongst Muslims. The Mean Years of Schooling among children of age group of 7- 16 years is lowest among Muslims at around 3.4 years whereas for others it is above 5 years. According to the 2001 Census data, while only about 7 per cent of the overall population aged 20 years and above are graduates or hold diplomas, this proportion is less than 4 per cent amongst Muslims. Besides, those having technical education at the appropriate ages (18 years and above) are as low as one per cent and amongst Muslims, that is almost non-existent.

NSSO survey confirms Sachar

It was hoped that the scenario might change with time but unfortunately, the trend does not look very optimistic. What Sachar Committee Report (SCR) had found out has recently been reconfirmed by the NSSO survey report titled Education in India (2007-08): Participation and Expenditure. One of the findings of the report is that Muslims still are the most backward section in terms of education. Percentage distribution of persons of age 5-29 years by current enrollment and attendance status in educational institutions for each religion shows that the Muslim community with an enrollment of 46.2% lags behind all other communities while Christians lead the trend with an enrollment of 58.3%. This might not give the actual state of affairs since it pertains to only the sample surveyed but it indeed shows the trend.

Another such distribution shows that at the primary level Muslims start with an above average enrollment but the rate falls quickly below average at the upper primary level and the trend continues up to the post higher secondary level. Although every community experiences a decline in the enrollment ratio as one goes up to the higher classes but the decline is the steepest in case of Muslims. This means, the community loses its grip right at the primary level. The highest drop-out rate accounts for the steepest fall in enrollment at the next level i.e. the Upper Primary level and hence in the secondary and all subsequent levels.

Muslims in school education

The SCR explicitly recognizes that attainment of Muslims in school education is lower than average and the gap between Muslims and other communities increases as the level of education increases. Further, a comparison of the probability estimates for completion of higher secondary and graduation suggests that Muslims are at a much larger disadvantage at the higher secondary level. This presumably results in a much lower size of Muslim population eligible for higher education. These findings not only establish that there is little empowerment of Muslims but also discards even the misconception regarding minority appeasement.

The reasons for this alarming situation of the Muslim community’s educational progress has been enumerated by the SCR as Poverty — considered as the Main Cause of Low levels of Education, Poor Access to Schools, Low Perceived Returns from Education, and other School-based Factors. While poverty among Muslims is explicit, the other factors deserve further elaboration. A mere physical existence of a school in the vicinity does not ensure access to quality education. As the report admits, Government schools that do exist in Muslim neighborhoods are merely centers of low quality education for the poor and marginalized. The poor quality of teaching, learning, absentee teachers, in turn, necessitate high cost inputs like private tuition, particularly in the case of first generation learners from the Muslim community. This has a negative impact on retention and school completion. Thus, poverty again has a causal link with access to education among Muslims.

Low expectation of return from attending schools is another factor for lack of motivation towards education. Since the community does not see a lot of Muslims youths becoming successful by virtue of going to school, it apparently does not promise much of immediate return to people who rather pay attention to vocations that pay an earlier return. This happens due to abysmally low representation of Muslims in public and private sector jobs.

Another very important reason is the content of the school books which usually escapes the attention. The SCR points out that the “communal” content of school textbooks, as well as, the school ethos has been a major cause for concern for Muslims in some states. This is disconcerting for the school going Muslim child who finds a complete absence of any representation of her Community in the school text ultimately developing a sense of unbelongingness to the system.

Discrimination against Muslims at schools

One more, very crucial and most unfortunate, problem is that many schools are culturally hostile and Muslim students experience an atmosphere of marginalization and discrimination. A growing communal mindset among large number of school teachers adds to the ‘hostile’ school atmosphere. Furthermore, the report argues that, contrary to popular perception that religious conservatism among Muslims somehow militates against educating girls, current research indicates that poverty and financial constraints are the major causes that prevent Muslim girls from accessing ‘modern’/'secular’ education.

The report reiterates that Muslim women often face overt discrimination from school authorities while trying to get admission or in availing of scholarships for their children. Perceptions of public security — partly associated with increasing incidents of communal violence — prevent parents from sending daughters to schools located at a distance where they would have to use public transport. This is particularly the case when they reach upper primary and middle school and leads to high drop out rates among Muslim girls in this age group. How unfortunate is that for a democracy like India? Is not it barbaric that someone grows in the society with anxiety and fear of communal violence? How can one expect such a generation to be good citizens with equal respect for all? Such developments, deliberate or inadvertent, not only question India's credentials as a secular democracy but also cast doubt over the future prospect of becoming one.

The report also points out that there are systematic discriminatory policies against Urdu –as a language. Since Urdu is no longer taught in most state schools some parents prefer not to send their daughters to schools in stead they send them to Madarsas.

Low presence at Jawahar Navoday Vidyalayas

A special case of the Jawahar Navoday Vidyalayas (JNVs) is another eye opener. If poverty alone were responsible for low participation and attainment, the share of Muslims students in Navoday Vidayalayas should have been high but for some reasons this too, is extremely low at just about 3 to 4 %. The schools which were set up with “the objective of excellence, coupled with equity and social justice” also failed to draw participation of the largest religious minority. But why? Is it a failure of the Institutions to reach the community and address its needs and aspirations or is it a failure of the community to make use of the provision? What are the reasons for this failure?

One reason could be the lack of awareness and hence low level of interest. From a general understanding, the aforesaid factors like abject state of poverty – which restricts children to meet the eligibility requirement of the JNVs, low expectation from education, fear of being discriminated, poorly designed course content could provide some of the reasons. Further, is there any myth/misconception surrounding the schools about any religious or cultural affiliation that the community feels uncomfortable about just like the Tamils could not welcome the idea of JNVs because of compulsory Hindi? In order to have a better and a deeper understanding of the dynamics, there needs to be a detailed study.

Suggestions to reduce educational deprivation of Muslims

An impartial analysis of the ground realities depicts that the poor performance of Muslims in education emanates from a host of factors starting from abject poverty and communal/cultural discrimination to poorly designed course contents. So in order make the Indian education system more inclusive, the issues need to be addressed explicitly. A general attempt of setting up schools in the Muslim majority areas or providing scholarships to some students may not promise a substantial amelioration of the situation.

As the problem is complicated, so will be the solution. The mainstreaming and improving the plight of minorities stands as a challenge to Muslims as a community and the Government (s) as the state. Muslims as a community, will have to bear their share of the burden by actively engaging themselves to the discussion as to what are the reasons behind their poor participation and performance, what could be solutions, how they could be implemented. Muslim leadership and Civil societies must become pro-active rather than maintaining a reactive stance.

The government must provide a platform for equitable participation and inclusive growth. First of all, creating sufficient awareness about various existing facilities, schemes and programs is very important. Affirmative actions to address the serious issue need to be undertaken. Considering the gravity of the situation, a constitutional amendment may become necessary to provide justice to the religious minorities who are suffering because of the constitutional discrimination against Muslims. Muslims being as backward as SCs/STs, are not getting the benefits of reservations simply because their religious identity. So, this issue needs to be given due consideration so that reservation can be extended to Muslims like any other community.

Seeing the under-participation of the community, it becomes imperative to provide reservations at all levels of education just as SC/STs are given. It becomes even more important at the primary, secondary, higher secondary levels since these form the foundation for higher education. Thus, the government should allocate at least 10% of the seats in existing Navoday Vidyalayas, the 3500 Model Schools to be set up under the directives of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) declared in April 2010, and any other similar public institutions.

The logic in favor of such reservation is that these schools operate pretty much from entry levels. The intervention point being a very early one, students are less like to have developed a mediocrity which becomes a problem at a higher level when reservation is given at universities, IITs, IIMs etc. So if a student is given admission, then the subsequent progress will be determined by the average standard of the schools. In general, any student, irrespective of her religious identity, should have a similar level of performance in such schools where the students have minimal stakes with the ills of society like poverty, discrimination, alienation, etc.

To develop interest and affiliation to the schools in the community, the nomenclature might carry some significance. Just like Aligarh Muslim University, Jamia Millia Islamia, Jamia Hamdard, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, etc., a Muslim sounding name of the school may invoke a higher degree of interest from the community. Out of 3500 Model Schools, if some of the schools that would be located in predominantly Muslim areas, 350 schools for instance, are named after any Muslim leader or Freedom Fighter, then this is likely to draw the attention of the Muslims and boost their participation, at least to some extent.

Another integrative measure will be to recruit Muslim teachers in the schools. In the absence of Muslim teachers, the students from Muslim community may feel alienated in the school, as it has been pointed out in the SCR. Induction of 10 to 15% Muslim teachers and a good proportion of female teachers will not only encourage Muslims students, especially Muslim Girls, to attend and continue schooling but will also promote equity and justice in employment and hence will address the economic and gender disparity.

Besides introducing Urdu as a language option, the general content of the language courses may be modified to accommodate writing of prominent Muslim authors. Inclusion of topics or chapters appreciating the Muslim/Islamic values will enhance level of interest among Muslim students and at the same time will enable the non-Muslim students to develop a better understanding and hence a more respectable view of the community. Inclusion of a chapter on Al-Khwarizmi, Ibn-Khaldun, etc. will highlight the contribution of Muslim scholars which is hardly to be found otherwise. A story about CV Raman may be complemented by another story about Abdus Salam.

Literature apart, in a mathematics and science text books short paragraphs about where a topic or a chapter came from like the definition of zero from Indians, and the number system from Arabs, and similar description or discussion about topics highlighting the contributions of Hindu, Muslim or other scholars will enhance the level of interest of all the children from all communities. An unbiased body of scholars from the NCERT can be entrusted to carry out the necessary research and then such modifications can be incorporated which will create a balance between contributions from various communities. Of course, in such an endeavor it will be highly required that the scholars themselves are not biased towards any particular religion or community. Otherwise, the situation will become worse as it was the case a few years ago, when the NCERT history books were deliberately saffronized.


Thursday 17 June 2010

Job Requirement: Sales Coordinators

Dear Kamsarobar Forum’s Members,

assalamu alaikum rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu

In an Unprecedented development one of our Active Member of Kamsarobar Forum Mr. Afroz Khan has offered a Job in UAE for the post of Sales coordinators. His company is going to hire 3 sales coordinators immediately. These three sales coordinators will work under Mr. Afroz Khan directly.

Job Details as under:

Work Profile:

Manage Quotation, Costing, Submittal, Invoicing, Delivery order, Complaint, Sales order, E-mail to customer and Prepare Management report.

Eligibility Criteria:

* Graduate with computer knowledge in MS Office (MS Word, Excel)
* Strong e-mail Writing ability

* Good command in English
* Driving license holders will get preference


AED 4000-5000/-
with transportation and other benefit as per UAE Law

All willing candidates can take the appointment for interview on coming Saturday (19th June 2010) at 9 am with Mr. Afroz Khan. For an appointment please contact company’s secretary @ 00971-4-3393993.

For more details you can contact the following people directly.

Mr. Afroz Khan @ 00971504545264 (For UAE Candidates)

Mr. Mohammad Shahanshah Ansari @ 00966-597294275 (For Non-UAE Candidates)

Forum is highly obliged to Mr. Afroz Khan for his gesture. May Allah s.w.t reward him for benefiting the community. It is high time for all of us to take such initiative and accommodate deserving candidates from kamsar at the best places.

You are kindly requested to spread the message and ask deserving candidates to take the appointment on scheduled date and time.
The chances of selection is 100% as Mr. Afroz Khan himself is going to interview and recruit.

With Best Regards,

For Kamsarobar Forum


Thursday 10 June 2010

Scholarships for Indian Muslims

Following organizatio provide scholarship to students some of them to Indian Muslims exclusively, for details please contact them directly.

Aamir Mustafa Kidwai Trust
Contact Person: Mrs Aziza Kidwai
B-28, West End Colony, New Delhi - 110021; Tel. 011-24670009, Mob: 09868679107
Scheme: Financial assistance for pursuing higher studies to needy and meritorious persons belonging to educationally backward minorities.

Abdul Qayum Fellowship at Portland State University, USA
Provides for a student from Aligarh Muslim University or Shibli National College in India to apply for support to pursue any graduate degree offered with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, with preference to be given to students seeking a degree in Economics and with demonstrated financial need. The College is providing a matching tuition waiver.

Aga Khan Foundation (UK)
Aga Khan Foundation, Sarojini House, 6 Bhagwan Das Road, New Delhi 110001
Scheme: University study in the UK for grad and post grad programmes

Agha Khan Program for Islamic Architecture
for study of architecture at MIT and Harvard
Scheme: Three scholarships awarded every year for research & investigation in Architecture of the Muslim world.

Al-Ameen Charitable fund Trust Super tannery (I) Ltd.
Jajmau Road, Jajmau, Kanpur - 208 010 (U.P.)
Scheme: Post Metric Scholarship for higher education

Al-Ameen Scholarships
UG-12, Essel House, 10-Asaf Ali road, New Delhi 110002 OR
76A/1; Okhla Main Bazar, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi - 110025; Tel: 26845691, Fax: 26839968
Scheme: Scholarship for students securing more than 50% marks in IXth and Xth standard. Girls studying from Vth standard may also be considered.

Aligarh Alumnis Scholarships
Application Forms can be downloaded from the Federation's Website (http://www.aligs.org).
1. AMU Alumni Association, Australia (open to all, about 30 Scholarships)
2. AMU Alumni Association, California (open to all, about 150 Scholarships)
3. The Aligarh Alumni Association Washington DC
i) 14 Scholarships specific for students from ASSAM (Endowed by Mr. Zouqul Choudhary)
ii) 07 Sabah Memorial Scholarships (Specific for Law Students. Endowed by Mrs. Akhtar Quraishi & Dr. Sayeed Quraishi)
iii) 86 Scholarships (open to all) Endowed by different individuals.
iv) 03 Scholarships (open to all) Endowed by Mr. S. A. Raza.
4. Sultan Jahan Begum Scholarship (Oman, open to all, about 60 Scholarships)
5. Dr. S. M. Raza & Others Scholarships (Muscat, open to all)
6. Dr. E. R. Ansari Scholarships (Abu Dhabi, open to all about 8 Scholarships)
6. Begum Khalida Naheed & MSUS' Scholarship (open to all)
7. Aligarh Alumni Association of New England: http://www.aaane.us/
Provides scholarship to AMU graduates applying for admissions to US colleges for post-graduation.

All India Talent Identification And Promotion Trust
#7, SRK Garden, Jayanagar (E), Bangalore-41 Tel. 080-56969672, 6646861
Email: admin@aitipt.org; aitipt@yahoo.co.in

AMM Arunachalam-Lakshmi Achi Scholarship
AMM Foundation, Parry House, Third Floor, 43 Moore Street, Chennai 600001.

Asma Foundation (Regd)
Hospital Road
Distt. Madhubani, Bihar 847211
Basic Research, Education And Development (BREAD)
Invites applications for financial aid from the students who had excelled in public exams, but could not afford to study further.
During the year 2004-05, BREAD will offer scholarships in science and technology : Engineering, Computer Science, Medicine, Veterinary Science, Agriculture, Pharmacy, Polytechnics, Mathematics and Sciences.

BREAD and North South Foundation (NSF) have awarded over 2,000 Scholarships over the years.
The eligibility criteria include : a family income of less than Rs,38,000
(Rs.26,000 in rural areas) ; top five per cent ranks in Common Entrance Tests (CET) of 85 per cent marks in intermediate or equivalent examination with relaxation of five per cent to rural and girl students in ranks/percentages ; rank of first attempt preferred; coming from Government or Government aided schools only; first year students in the course of study chosen; students eligible for other scholarships will not normally be eligible for BREAD scholarships. Shortlised candidates will be interviewed before the final selection.
The application form for Andhra Pradesh could be had from Ch. Hanumantha Rao, 204 Megha Apts, 2-1-253 Nallakunta, Hydreabad - 500 044 by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope with rank card of CET or mark sheet of intermediate or equivalent examination this year. The deadline for filing of applications is July 31.
Sri M. Siva Ram Prasad, BREAD,401, Diamond House Adjacent to Amrutha Hills Punjagutta, Hyderabad-500 082

Bharat Seva Trust
12 A, Connaught Place New Delhi-110001;
Tel. 23323917

Central Wakf Council
14/173, Jam Nagar House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi-110011;
Tel. 23384465; Fax. 23070881;
Email: central_wakf_council@vsnl.net
Web: http://www.wbmdfc.org/wakf/index.html
Criteria: Father's Annual income not more than Rs 75000.00 per annum.
Scheme: Scholarship to students of B.E., M.B.B.S, B.D.S, B.Sc., A.M.D.Sc (Alig), M.B.A., M.Sc., L.L.B., Scholarship Rs 6000.00 per annum

The Children Foundation
Students studying from the V to the XII standard
Post Box No -5007, Chennai - 600090 Tamil Nadu
Activities mainly in the state of Kerala
Provide scholarship for academically excellent student who lack the financial freedom in choosing and building their career

Crescent Educational Foundation
B.61 C K Road, Chanpatana, Bangalore Dist.Karnataka, email : crescent@asia.com ; Tel ++91-80-7251143 / 54443; Mobile ++91-9844143530; PRO: Mr. Syed Ajmal
Criteria : Students from Muslim community (irrespective of any school of thought) but he/she must be from Chanpatana city only
Scheme: Scholarship to students of professional courses.
Dawodbhoy Fazalbhoy Muslim Educational Trust
42, Ibrahim Md. Merchant Road, Dhadah Khadak, Mumbai 400 029, E-mail: assurfam@vsnl.com

Dawodbhoy Fazalbhoy Muslim Educational Trust
42, Ibrahim Md. Merchant Road, Dhadah Khadak, Mumbai 400 029,
E-mail: assurfam@vsnl.com

Delhi Wakf Board
Near Bachchon Ka Ghar, Daryaganj, Delhi 110006
Dr. Zakir Hussain Memorial Trust
4, Gul Mohar Avenue, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025
Foundation for Academic Excellence and Access (FAEA)
B-41, Qutab Institutional Area, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi - 110 016, Phone: 2696 4290, 2696 5211 Fax: 2696 4580, E-mail: inquiry@faeaindia.org
Criteria: Undergraduate studies in Arts / Commerce / Science / Medical / Engineering and other technical and professional discipline at any University / Institution / College of students choice anywhere in India.
Eligibility: 1. Indian Nationals. 2. Students who are currently in Class XII or have passed Class XII from a recognised board in India. Those in the 1st year of the undergraduate course (any discipline) are also eligible to apply.
Scope: Tuition fee, maintenance allowance or hostel/mess charges and other allowances to cover travel, clothing and books. Scholarships are tenable up to a maximum of five years. All grants are renewed annually based on Scholars good academic performance.
How to apply: Use form available at http://www.faeaindia.org.

Education Support: portal of scholarship by HRD ministry.

Foundation for Social Care
Director, Scholarship programme: Ziaur-Rahman Siddiqui
185/A Johari Farm, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi 110 025. Tel.: (011) 26317311; fsc_admin@rediffmail.com
fscscholarship@yahoo.co.in; www.fscwecare.org ;

GBK Charitable Trust
Scheme: Poor students studying MBBS, BDS, Pharmacy, BE, B. Tech, LLB, BCA, MCA, MBA, MA, M. Com, B. Ed, M. Ed, Ph. D (for research material), nursing, polytechnic, graduation, inter, TTC., ITI., Distance education, post graduation.
Eligibility: In the previous subjects must have at least 60% marks.
One person is eligible from family.
However for orphans two members can be apply.
The monthly income should not exceed by Rs. 4000.
Address: Giyasuddin babukhan, Chairman and Managing Trustee, GBK Charitable Trust, Begum pet, Hyderabad.

H. E. H. The Nizam Charitable Trust
Haveli Manjli Begum, Shah Ali Banda,Hyderabad-2

Hamdard Educational Society
(For Science At Secondary Level)
Talimabad, Sangam Vihar New Delhi 110062; Tel: (011) 6085063 - 6085064 Email: inquiry@jamiahamdard.edu

Hashmi Human Resources Development Society
Qazi Zada, Amroha - 244221 (U.P.) Tel: 05922-262417; Fax: 05922-250207
Email: info@hashmi.com; info@hashmitrust.com; Web: http://www.hashmitrust.com
Criteria / Condition: Economically weak & brilliant in studies
Scheme: Yearly
The award covers: Partial Academic expenses
Trust's President: Sakhira Begum
Contact Person: Hakeem Sirajuddin Hashmi
Human Welfare Trust
Dawat Nagar, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi 110025

Human Welfare Trust
195, A. F. Enclave, Jamia Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi- 110025
Phone: 6822199, email: sidheeqhassn@gmail.com

A limited number of loan scholarships are available for the poor and meritorious students pursuing higher studies for the under mentioned courses in Indian Universities:
1. MSW(Master of Social Work)
2. MA Sociology
3. MA Psychology
4. MA Economics
5. MCJ/MA/PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication
6. LLM (Master in Law)
7. MA Public Administration
8. MA Rural Development
9. MA Education Management
10. MBA/MA Financial Management
11. MBA Rural Management
12. MBA/MA Hospital Administration
13. MA Human Rights
14. MA Peace and Conflict Resolution
15. MBA/MA Human Resource Management
16. MA/PG Diploma in Disaster Management
17. MBA/MA/PG Diploma in NGO Management
18. PG Diploma in Guidance and Counseling
19. PG Diploma in Rural Development
20. Diploma in Film Technology
21. PG Diploma in Development Communication

For details Contact:
Secretary, Human Welfare Trust
D-307, A. F. Enclave
Jamia Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi-110 025
Email: sidheeqhassan@gmail.com

Institute of Objective Studies
P.O. Box No.9725, 162-Joga Bai Extension, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025, INDIA; Phone: 011-26981187, 26987467, 26989253, Fax: 91-11-26981104, manzoor@ndf.vsnl.net.in, http://www.iosworld.org/schol.htm
Students of jurisprudence and law
Scholarship in Social Sciences and Humanities (SSS)
Scholarship for Language Promotion (SLP)
Scholarship for Madrasa Students Opting Social Sciences and Humanities (SMS)
Schedule: The announcement for scholarship programme is generally made during the month of July and interviews of short listed candidates are conducted in November every year.

Islamic Development Bank [Jeddah, Saudi Arabia]
Daily Star, 103, St John's Church Road, Bangalore - 560005
Criteria: Merit-cum-means
Scheme: Islamic Development Bank grants scholarship for poor Muslim students of India seeking admission in degree courses of Medicine, Engineering (all branches), Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry, food Tech. Business Administration and Accountancy, interest Free Loan Scholarship refundable in easy installments when employment starts.

For 3 yeears PhD in Science & Technology in IDB member countries. Contact:
Muslim Education Trust
E-3, Abul Fazal Enclave
Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110 025
email: metdelhi@rediffmail.com

1, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi-110002; Ph. 23311455, 3317729
Criteria: Needy and meritorious students
Scheme: Mujahid Millat Educational Scholarship to meritorious students seeking admission to Engineering (civil, Elec., Electronics, Computer), M.C.A, Chartered Accountant.

Karnataka State Minorities Commission: for Karanataka residents
Scholarships given to students studying Technical or Professional courses at Undergraduate (BE, B.Tech, B.Arch, BTech (Agri), BSc (Agri), BVSc&AH, MBBS, BDS, BUMS, BAMS, BHMS, BNYS,) / Post graduate (ME, MTech, MD, MS, MDS, MCA, MBA, MSc (Agri), MVSc&AH ) in an recognized institution.

Maulana Azad Education Foundation
Social Justice Service Centre,
Mahila Imdad Committee,
Opposite New Delhi Railway Reservation Centre,
Chelmsford Road, New Delhi - 110055;
Phone/Fax: 011-23583788, 23583789
Application for Maulana Azad National Scholarship for Girls can be submitted in between 1st July to 30th September every year.

Educational Aid for the students above & below S.S.C.: It is a one time aid given to financially backward students based on their need.
High Cost Education Loan Scholarship (HCELS): HCELS provides interest free loan scholarships to eligible, financially deserving and meritorious students, who intend to take admission in the first year of the professional full time course or are already pursuing their studies in professional full time course
Admn.Office: 4, Sayeed House, 1st floor, 63/65, V. S. Marg, Mahim, Mumbai - 400 016; Tel 91 - 22 - 2445 5365 / 2444 4339 / 2444 8637; Fax 91 - 22 - 2444 0857; Email mescotrust@mescotrust.org

M.P. Backward and Minorities Welfare Department

Muslim Association for the Advancement of Science, The
Darul Fikr 44, Ahmad Nagar , Dodhpur Aligharh-202002;
Tel 0571 2701209

Muslim Educational Trust
E-3 Abul Fazl Enclave, Jamia Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi -110025
Criteria: Only students of U.P. , M.P., Rajasthan, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Bihar, Orissa, Assam, West Bengal and Western States
Scheme: Loan Scholarship for the professional courses in Medicine, Engineering, Business, Management, M.C.A., B.C.A. Chartered Accountancy and Cost Accountancy, Repayment of the loan shall be due and will commence after the students has completed his education and settled or after the expire of one year of completion of ‘education/course, whichever is earlier.

Muslim Hands
148-164 Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham NG7 5JE; United Kingdom; www.muslimhands.org; contact@muslimhands.org
Applications from overseas Muslim students to study in the UK are occasionally considered by the Trust. Please note that the Trust does not have a particular focus on this area of grant-making. Applications in writing to S Bashir at the address
Muslim India Education and Cultural Trust, The
Ehsan House Road 6B, Rajendar Nagar, Patna-800016 OR Mr Syed Shahabuddin, IPS (Retd) Ex MP (Trustee) D-250 Abul Fazl Enclave, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi - 110025; Tel: 26326780, Fax: 16327346; Email: muslim@del3.vsnl.net.in
Criteria : Means-cum-Merit
Scheme: Islamic Association of North America Offers means cum Merit Scholarship to Muslim students. Grant-in-aid for higher and professional courses, coaching for civil Services and admission to Medical/Engineering Colleges.

Muslim World League Secretariat General Education Affair
No. 40, P. O. Box 537, Makkah- Al-Mukarramah, KSA Tel: 5422733 Fax: 5436619/5444787
Criteria: Recommendation from either a person or an organization trusted by Rabita. Non-receipt of scholarship from any other institution
Scheme: Scholarship for B.Sc. Programme in Arabic or Islamic Course holding a general Secondary School Certificate or it's equivalent
National Minorities Development & Finance Corporation
1, Taimoor Nagar, Opp D996, New Friends Colony, New Delhi 110065; Tel: 011-26326051/57/58/59; Fax: 011-26325651; Website: nmdfc.org

Nakadar Foundation
Pir Bordi Chakla KADI 382715 Distt Mehsana, North Gujarat
Scheme: Every year Gold Medal is awarded to Muslim students of High School and Intermediate of each state who secure more than 75% marks. (Three top students from each state and the country.)

National Minorities Development & Finance Corporation
1, Taimoor Nagar, Opp D996, New Friends Colony, New Delhi 110065;
Tel: 011-26326051/57/58/59;
Fax: 011-26325651;

H. E. H. The Nizam Charitable Trust
Haveli Manjli Begum, Shah Ali Banda,

North South Foundation

Applications can be obtained by writing to:

Mr. S.Ramanathan,
#17, North St, Kalai Nagar
Madurai - 625014
Ph: 0452-2640678
E-Mail: ramrajam2002@yahoo.com

Scholarships are given by "NORTH SOUTH FOUNDATION" of USA, based on exam grades and family situation. The annual family income should be less than Rs 38000 in urban areas and Rs 26000 in rural areas. The scholarship amount mostly covers 100% of tuition fees and ranges from Rs 5000 to Rs 10000 per year.

If called for an interview, 50% of the travel cost will be reimbursed.

The North South Foundation provides scholarships to needy children who display academic excellence in India. The Foundation has distributed more than 2,000 scholarships to students who need financial support to pursue their quest for knowledge in engineering, medicine, polytechnic, science and other fields. The scholarship is an annual award and not a one-time payment. The student is eligible for the scholarship until graduation as long as the high academic standards are maintained.
Main office in India:
Mr Ch Hanumantha Rao,
204 Megha Apts, 2-1-253
Nallakunta, Hyderabad , AP 500 044
Phone: 40-2763-1963 (R)

Regional offices in the following cities: Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhavnagar, Bhubaneshwar, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jamshedpur, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Katihar, Kochi, Kolkata, Madurai, Mau, North East States (Assam), Pune, Trivandrum. Click here for individual centers contact addresses.
R D Sethna Scholarship Fund
29, H Somani Marg, Fort
Mumbai - 400001

Punjab Wakf Board
50, Sardar Patel Marg, AMBALA
(Only For Students Of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh)

Rabitah Al-Alami Al-Islami
P.O. Box No. 537, Mekkah, Saudi Arabia
Tel: (966-2) 5422733 Fax: (966-2) 5446700
S H A Ziauddin Trust
P O Box 777 Guildford GU2 7GW, UK
Applications from anyone studying, or wishing to study, on courses in science, agriculture or environmental protection, and willing to use their skills for the benefit of the peoples of the Indian sub-continent (I.e. India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka) will be considered at all times of the year. Successful applicants will generally be sent an award of about £500. Please note that this Trust receives far more applications than it is able to support. Applicants should write for an application form to the contact, giving brief details about themselves, their course and their future plans. If appropriate, an application form and explanatory letter will be sent to them in response to which they can give further details. Contact: R B Viccajee, Secretary

Mr. M R Sherwani

12-A Connaught place New Deihi 110001
Criteria: On the basis of information furnished by the school/college (Only First Divisioners are expected to get the cash prize/award)
Scheme: Sherwani Award to outstanding students who have passed out High School/ Intermediate Examination of any board.

Students Islamic Trust (SIT)

Islamic Development Bank [Jeddah, Saudi Arabia] (IDB)
E-3 Abul Fazl Enclave, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi 110 025;
Tel. 2692 7004; Fax: 2328 2834;
E-mail: sitdelhi@rediffmail.com;
Website: http://www.sit-india.org

The Student Islamic Trust:
Scholarship for IIT JEE preparation for financially weak .

The whole Programme is divided into four phases; Each phase is followed by one week of preparatory leave for Phase Test. Any of the Phase Test may be considered as "Reshuffling Test", i.e. student's batch can be changed as per his/her performance in these tests to maintain the homogeneous level of competence among students. In this regard decision of concerned authorities will be final and binding.
The total fees of this course will be 55,000/- which will be paid by the Student Islamic Trust to the deserving candidates.

http://www.sit-india.org .
Mohd Saifullah Rizwan
Executive Secretary
011-26941028, 999063012

Ta'awun Trust

162, Jogabai Ext., Jamia Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi - 110025
Talent Promotion Taawun Trust
3, Palmgrove Road, Victoria Layout, Bangalore-56004
(Only For Students Of Karnataka)

Tamil Nadu Post Matric Scholarship to Minority Students Pursuing XI std. to Ph.D. Level
Commissioner of Minorities Welfare and Managing Director,
Tamil Nadu Minorities Economic
Development Corporation Ltd.,
Chennai - 600 002

U.P. Minorities Financial and Development Corporation Ltd.

746, 7th Floor, Jawahar Bhawan, Lucknow 226001 Or District Minorities Welfare
Officer of the concerned, District
Scheme: Interest Free Loan for talented and needy students of minorities seeking admission to Medical, Technical and Professional courses such as Management, Tourism etc.


# 16-11-17/B/2/2, Saleem Nagar, Malakpet, Hyderabad - 500 036.
Phones : 040-24545862,24557708,55106095, Fax: 24542215


(For students of Classes III,IV,V,VI,VII,VIII,IX,X,XI&XII(CBSE / ICSE/ all
State Board Syllabi) Unified Council is a well known scientific organisation managed by a team of professional. The main purpose of conducting the NSTSE - 2005 is to give STRONG FOUNDATION to the younger generation. In search of excellence, they offer fabulous 12 Personal Computers, 36 Gold Medals, 24 Scholarships, 84 Cash Prizes, 1884 Britannica Encyclopedia CD's, 175 BMA books & Consolation prizes A total of 1884 prizes for top rankers in this examination.
We also conduct NSSE in Indonesia, Tanzania, UAE,Saudi Arabia, Kuwait,Oman
& Yemen Student's Performance Report (SPR): We introduced this unique analysis report, first of its kind, which provides real feedback on learning. Question wise and Skill wise analysis will be provided.
For 10+1 & 10+2 students : This is an excellent similation test for students, who are preparing for IIT/AIEEE/All Engineering Entrance exams & AIIMS / JIPMER/AFMC/All Medical Entrance exams.
TEST CENTRES: Spread across the Nation over 200 centres. Exam fee : Rs.100/-
* For a free prospectus and application form send us a self addressed envelop (stamped Rs.5)

United Mass Media Association

161-F Joga Bai Extn. Jamia Nagar, New Delhi 110025
Criteria: Needy and meritorious students
Scheme: Few Scholarships of Rs 1000.00 per month to students of Journalism and Mass Communication

Waqf Women Foundation

No. 530, 5th Floor, M.S. Building, Vidhan Vidhi, Bangalore, Karnataka
Scheme: Scholarships for female Muslim students for medical courses (MBBS, BUMS), dental engineering and Ded (TCH).

West Bengal Minorities Development & Finance Corporation

POST MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP : WBMDFC has been notified as the implementing agency of the "Post Matric Scholership Scheme" by the Govt. of West Bengal. Application format and other scheme details can be downloaded from this link. Application duly filled in alongwith requisite documents should be submitted to:
the Managing Director,
West Bengal Minorities Dev. & Fin. Corporation,
Bhabani Bhavan (2nd Floor,W), Alipore, Kolkata-700 027

World Assembly Of Muslim Youth (WAMY)

P. O. Box No. 10845, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Tel: (966-1) 4641663/4641669 Fax: (966-1) 464171/4641676

Rameshwardasji Birla Smarak Kosh

Scholarships for postgraduate studies in medical or related fields from
Rameshwardasji Birla Smarak Kosh, Medical Research Centre, Hospital Avenue,

List of Organisations offering coaching to Muslim students:

#It is not necessary that the following organizations/institutes offer coaching only to Muslim students.

In alphabetical order:

Alif Academy: Career guidance and counseling at the beginning of academic year. No coaching courses or regular classes.
Contact Person: (Haji) Husain Ali Dharamsi
Address: 53/ 3, Kantharia Mahal, LBS Marg, Kamani, Kurla (West), Mumbai 400070
Mob. (0) 989 210 8249; Email: husainali_dharamsi@yahoo.co.in

Coaching and Guidance Centre, AMU

Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
Group A
1. Civil Services
2. P.C.S (U.P., M.P., Rajasthan)
3. Indian Engineering. Services
4. Indian Economic/Statistical Services
5. Indian Forest Services
6. Judicial Services Examination
7. Coaching for language improvement
Group B
1. SSC, Combined Graduate Level Examination,
2. Asstt. Commandants Central Police Organisation
3. Probationary Officer
4. Bank, L.I.C, G.I.C, Excise & Income Tax
5. Railways, U.P.S.C.(SCRAS)
6. Asstt. Grade- Asstt Grade Administrative Officers
7. NDA, Sub Inspector, Prelim Exam, C.D.S, S.I.S.
8. Combined Entrance Test ( M.B.A., M.l.B.M, M.F.C., M.T.A., M.S.W.)
Group C
1. B-Tech
2 . Pre- Medical Test Note:
1. Coaching Programme will be of three months.
2. Stipends available for selected students
3. Selection on merit plus personality test.
4. Application invited on prescribed form.

Crescent career Guidance and Coaching Centre
Seethakathi, Vandalur, Chennai - 600048
Phone: 044-22751155
Scheme: Free coaching and lodging for weaker sections, Particularly Muslims for IAS exam. Separate hostel for boys and girls.

Crescent Educational Foundation
B.61 C K Road, Chanpatana, Bangalore Dist.Karnataka, email : crescent@asia.com ; Tel ++91-80-7251143 / 54443; Mobile ++91-9844143530; PRO: Mr. Syed Ajmal
Criteria : Students from Muslim community (irrespective of any school of thought) but he/she must be from Chanpatana city only
Scheme: Coaching for Xth grade, guidance for professional courses.

Education and Career Guidance Center (ECGC)
Panoor, Pallana P.O. Alappuzha District
Kerala State PIN 690515
Chief Coordinator Mr. Abdul Khader (Basheer)
Tel. 0477-229-7614 (Home)
Organize career guidance programs for students starting from high school
level. A small library. CIGI (Career Information Guidance India) will help ECGC in this program by sending their resource persons for handling these sessions.

Hamdard Study Circle
Talimabad, Sangam Vihar, New Delhi 110062
Scheme: Coaching for Minorities Selection on the basis of examination and interview

India Islamic Cultural Centre
Started in 2008, the aim of this coaching programme is to provide all the facilities during the coaching period to the financially weak deserving candidates of minority community.
87 - 88, Lodhi Estate
New Delhi - 110 003 India
Ph: +91 11 43535353 - 57
Fax: +91 11 43535358
email: info@iiccentre.org

Larkspur House of Learning
(Peronalised Coaching Centre)
3/4, Berlie Street Cross, Langford town, Bangalore
Tel. 080-22727183, 9880711736

Momin' Students Welfare Trust
MSW Career Guidance & Information Center, # 157 / A, 4th Cross, Behind Naseem PolyClinic, Ilyasnagar, J.P. Nagar Post, Bangalore - 78; Email: msw_trust@yahoo.com, Mobile: 9845567687
Scheme: Conducts a series of free programs offering essential career guidance & in depth information on career for students in selecting their career. Workshops on career opportunities after SSLC / PUC & Counselling individual students. Guidance for students appearing for CET (Karnataka).

Noor Jahan Foundation, Hyderabad
Scheme: Coaching to minority students for the I.A.S., I.P.S., Group-1, Banks and Railways Examinations with free boarding and lodging to the poorest deserving students.
Periyar I.A.S. & I.P.S. Coaching Centre
Periyar Thidal Vepery, Chennai 600007
Scheme: Free coaching for minorities and socially and educationally backward classes

Upward Bound Program Coaching Centres
www.imef-ub.org imefna@yahoo.com
Centres: Patna (Bihar), Muzaffarpur (Bihar), Bharuch (Gajarat), Okhla (Delhi), Aligarh (U.P.)
Patna Muslim School UB Center (Patna, Bihar)
Dr. S.M. Nezami (Director of Program)
Tel: 0-612-2671104

Ayub Urdu Girls High UB School Center (Patna, Bihar)
Mrs.Rehana Ibrahim (Principal) Murshida Bano (Incharge UBP)
Tel: 0-612-2672804

Abdus Samad Girls School Center (Patna, Bihar)
Mr. Barkat Ali Khan & Mrs Rehana Khatoon (Incharge UBP)

Al-Hira School UB Center (Patna, Bihar)
Mohammed Anwar (Inchage UBP)
Tel: 0-612-2660644 (S) 0-612-2691898 ; 91-612-3091669 (F) 91-612-3115834 (M)

Muzaffarpur UB Center (Patna, Bihar)
Dr. Syed Nizamuddin (Director of Program) Janab Naqui Ahmad
Tel: 91-621-2284080

Bharuch UB Center (Gujrat)
Maulana Habibur Rahman Matadar & Dr. Ismail Adam Patel (Director of Program)
Tel: 91-2642-2266518; 91-2642-2242122

Aligarh UB Center (U.P)
Mr. Amanullah Khan (Director of Program)
Tel: 91-571-2703865; 91-571-2706235

Delhi UB Center
Dr. Zafar Mahmood (Director of Program)
Tel: 91-11-26827128; 91-11-26327031

Anjuman Farz-e-Momir
540, Sufi Tola, Masjid Kale Khan, Old City, Bareilly-43005
Scheme: Farz-e-Momin Award to all students of U.P securing lst Division in High School and Intermediate Examination.

Aqsa Educational & Charitable Trust
Vinobhangar, Tumkur - 572101, Karnataka
Tel. 0816-2211457, 2275786 Email: fida@vsnl.com
Scheme: Conducts Islamic open course Examination and distributes awards to toppers

About Us – Kamsar-O-Bar Forum

The main hope of a nation lies in the proper education of its youth.
- Erasmus
KAMSAR-0-BAR FORUM is a nationwide, non-profit organization, based in Dildar Nagar, Distt. Ghazipur, formed on 4th May 2010 by a group of elite, like-minded and socially conscious professionals and academicians from all parts of the world.

Our mission is to promote and catalyses mainstream global education and increasing career opportunities among underprivileged but brilliant students in a sustained manner, in order to facilitate them to emerge as conscientious and responsible citizens, dynamically involved in the process of nation development.

We believe that education is the key ingredient in making of a citizen. Education alone can give a man the ability to think, to differentiate between right and wrong, to make a living and above all live a respectful and dignified life for himself and for those around him.

We at Kamsar-O-Bar Forum continuously struggle with the help of our committed volunteers and understanding donators to reach those corners of the nation, where apparently, education has not. All our efforts are directed towards helping the under privileged children transform their lives into an empowered and productive one.

KAMSAR-0-BAR FORUM's PRIMARY focus areas include Education & Professional Empowerment for all Kamsari followed by our focus on economic awareness and social responsibilities.

We believe that the only solution that can be offered to any community for their social, economical and educational growth is an equal opportunity to access a high quality education and proper and helpful career counseling. We are of the opinion that any community will be able to preserve their original tradition and culture only by obtaining modern education with the ethics of moral and character.

In this context, we also believe in unity and communication from all our brothers, who are living in different corners of the world. We are consistently multiplying our efforts to get connected with all kamsari brothers and utilize their expertise in order to shape up our people and area in a process of time.

KAMSAR-0-BAR FORUM's Team: A single thought, a single mission and a single dream has brought together people hailing from totally different and diverse background, enriched with good experience and capability to work inexhaustibly, under one roof, to execute KAMSAR-0-BAR FORUM’s projects in favor and behalf of the underprivileged mass. Most of its members are professionals, highly educated and experts in their concerned fields and settled in different parts of the world, but KAMSAR-0-BAR FORUM is also proud of its composition of student volunteers working for it as dedicated members. KAMSAR-0-BAR FORUM has a policy of acknowledging the contribution of every member, who volunteers to serve the cause of the organization, and subsequently, humanity.

Aims and Objectives

Aims and Objects of the Society:
1. To create an atmosphere of togetherness among Indian Muslims Minority in general and Kamsari Muslims in particular living all over the world.

2. To encourage professional interaction amongst the Indian Muslim Professionals from all walks of life.

3. To assist, build, organize schools, literacy centers, non formal educational centre, libraries, internet centers, news paper free reading rooms, literacy centers for children and youths and elderly people for effective implementation of literacy programs.

4. To award scholarship and grant loans to talented but financially weak Muslim students pursuing higher education, professional or technical courses.

5. Developing a non-profit educational institution with the sole purpose of providing access to quality education for the "Meritorious Underprivileged" children.

6. To assist Muslim Professionals in India, in orientation, adjustment, and finding appropriate training and job opportunities.

7. To facilitate professional and non-professional networking at all levels, through activities such as meetings, seminars, lectures, conventions and other gatherings.

8. To hold dialogues, meetings, seminars, conference, and workshops of philosophers, and learned scholars for discussing academic, social, cultural and political concepts and promote universal brotherhood.

9. Promote and work to maintain the peace and communal harmony in society.

10. To launch LITERACY Programs for Children of weaker communities among Indian Muslims, Dalits, Tribals, Children of Widows and Widowers, Orphan Children, Drug addicted youths, Children who are destitute, blind and handicapped, Children of farmers, labour families & school drop outs, who left schooling due to socio economic issues and gender problems, Girl educations, Remedial education, Formal and non formal education.

11. To take over any existing and / or establish and run an educational institution.

12. To promote mass education for social and economical reform.

13. Adopt innovative literacy strategies.

14. To conduct awareness programs and promote activities for the eradication of casteism among Indian Muslims.

15. To start, conduct, maintain and manage schools, colleges, libraries reading rooms, Hospital, Diagnostic Center etc.

16. To give, financial assistance by way of providing scholarships books, uniforms, payments of fees and other expenses to help the deserving students to continue pursuance higher education.

17. To establish, run, support and grant aid or other financial assistance to schools, colleges, To establish, maintain and run studentships, scholarships and render other kind of aid to students including supply of books, stipends, medals and other incentives to study, without any distinction as to caste, colour, race, creed or sex.

18. To open and run self employment business training centers and other training centers for weaker sections and youths & women for public in general and Muslim minorities in particular.

19. To provide free cost education & training to rural and urban students so as to develop a feeling of Self Dependency in them.

20. To form an employment cell for providing guidance to jobseekers.

21. To maintain a central information bureau on employment opportunities, exchange programmes, scholarships, graduate and undergraduate training opportunities as a service to members and others.

22. To create a fund to render medical services to the needy and provide medical assistance to the needy members of the society by paying hospital charges, and /or cost of medicines and fees for doctors.

23. To organize camps, for eye treatment, checkups for cancer, diabetes, tuberculosis and other diseases.

24. To provide financial support for marriage of Muslim girls belonging to economically weaker families.

25. To setup rural and agriculture development program.

26. To provide self finance and promote self help group for providing service to poor farmers.

27. To publish a news paper and setup news and other channels.

28. Affiliating with international organisations like the UN, UNICEF on related initiatives.

29. To establish close contacts with other organizations and extend full support in promoting welfare activities for the Muslim brethren.

30. To promote such other educational or other charitable objectives as the members may think fit and proper in their absolute discretion and as hereafter provided irrespective of consideration of any caste, creed, community, religion, race or sex.

31. To be a “Mercy unto Mankind” in the true example of our Prophet (SAW) by providing assistance in the form of clinics, relief work and rehabilitation whenever and wherever needed.

32. To do and cause to do and perform all essential services and activities for the fulfillment and promotion of the aims, objectives and purposes of the aforesaid Forum and to raise and collect all the necessary and needed fund and facilities and supports in this regards.

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