Education is must for the development of any community: MP Mehboob Ali Kaiser

Renowned mentor and Super 30 founder Anand Kumar and others were part of the launch ceremony of Rahman's 30 (Photo: special arrangement)

By Muslim Mirror

‘Eeducation is essential for the development of any community. The community that focused on education emerged as prosperous and developed in the world’ said  Parliamentarian and former Haj Committee of India chairman Mehboob Ali Kaiser on Thursday .

“Islam has placed greatest emphasis on education. This is why the Arabian community that used to keep fighting for years on some ordinary issues became civilised and played a significant role in the field of education. It is due to the same [education] that they ruled a large part of the world and did great work in science, geography, Algebra and other fields of education” he added.

Mr Ali Kaiser was speaking at the launch ceremony of Rahman’s 30 in Shaheen Bagh, New Delhi.

Rahman’s 30 is an educational initiative that was launched by Ayesha Edutech Pvt. Ltd. in association with Super 30. It aims to help students of 11th and 12 classes prepare for competitive exams. The students are selected through an assessment process.

The launch ceremony of the said educational program was attended by renowned mentor and Super 30 founder Anand Kumar, Parliamentarian Mehboob Ali Kaiser, Aligarh Muslim University’s former Pro Vice Chancellor Brigadier Sayed Ahmad Ali and India Islamic Cultural Centre president Seraj Qureshi.

Mr Anand Kumar hailed launch of the aforementioned initiative. He said that students of  Rahman’s 30 will brighten the name of Shaheen Bagh across the world.

Rahman’s 30 founder and director Obaidur Rahman said that he aims to help the students who are intelligent but cannot afford expenses of education. “We take students through a test and bear their expenses,” he added.

He further said that Super 30’s Anand kumar who is known to have changed many lives will be visiting Rahman’s 30 from time to time to know the progress of the students.  “We are also planning to launch academies in other parts of the NCR,” he added.

Two courses will be run under the banner of Rahman’s 30. The first one will be a two year course, for which students admitted to class 11th can apply and the second one will a one year course, for which students enrolled in 12th class can apply.


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