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Two mosques one each at Jaitana and Burhanpur


Malegaon, June 28
Idara Islahul Masajid wal Madaris in a historic moment for the Muslims in North Maharashtra began renovation work of the Ahle Hadees Mosque at Jaitana in Nandurbar district.
Maulana Abdus Samad Salafi of the Idara and Ameer Jamiat Ahle Hadees Malegaon Maulana Shakeel Ah Faizee along with Maulana Abdul Waheed Nadvi of Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora Malegaon were present when the renovation work for the mosque began on May 17, 2011.
In yet another historic moment this time for the people of Burhanpur in Madhya Pradesh, Idara Islahul Masajid purchased a huge building and converted it into a mosque.
The prayers at this newly built mosque began with the Friday prayers offered on June 03, 2011. The prayer was led by president of Jamia Mohammadia education Society Shaikh Arshad Mukhtar.
The Burhanpur mosque is the first Ahl-e-Hadees mosque in this historic Madhya Pradesh city which is located on Maharashtra-MP border.
In both the mosques, special arrangement is made for the women so that they can also offer regular prayers in congregation.
Mansoora students shine at Jamia Islamia Madinah Munawwera


Malegaon, June 28
Four students of the Jamia Mohammadia Mohammadia Mansoora have been cleared for admission in MA course at Jamia Islamia Madinatul Munawwera.
These students who have already completed four years graduation course at this great Islamic university include: Mueen Miskeen Shaikh, Ab Rehman Dr Iqbal, Sufyan Qazi and Farooque Qazi.
It is to be noted that a total of 32 students from Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora are currently studying at Jamia Islamia Madinah.
Mohammadia Urdu High School Malegaon registers 100% results in SSC exams


Malegaon, June 28:
Mohammadia Urdu High School Mansoora, Malegaon registered cent per cent results fourth time in a row in the SSC exams held in March 2011.
Out of the total 66 students who appeared and passed the class 10 exams, 35 students passed with distinction and 31 with first class.
Mohd Hamid Ali Sher Mohd stood first with a passing percentage of 87.09% marks whereas Nabila Iram Mohd Yaseen came second with 85.82% marks and Asma Perveen A Mannan Khan came a close third with 84.91% marks.
Results in individual subjects are also very impressive. While Mohd Hamid Ali Sher Mohd scored 141 and 86 marks in Mathematics and Urdu language respectively, Shifa Shakeel Ah scored 93 in Science, Siddiqui Asma Ameen scored 91 in Social Science and Mohd Siddiqu Mohd Saleem scored 77 in English language.
Kamal Ah Iqbal Husain impressed by scored an impressive 85 marks in Hindi/Marathi language.
Over 14 lakh students from the entire Maharashtra state had appeared for the class 10 exams held in February/March 2011. The board announced the results on June 17, 2011.
The results of the Mohammadia Urdu School become more impressive because of the fact that the students here are learning Islamic as well as state board syllabus simultaneously.
Kullia Fatematuz Zehra Lil Banat Mau records 100% results in SSC exams


Maunath Bhanjan (UP), June 25
Kullia Fatematuz
Zehra Lil Banat Maunath Bhanjan recorded an impressive cent per cent results in the SSC exams.
A total of 40 girl students had appeared for the exams. Out of these 40 girl students, 37 passed the exams with first class and remaining 3 students cleared the exams with second class.
Aasia Khatoon Habibullah scored 79.05% marks and top ranked the Kullia whereas Adeeba Siddiqui Abdul Munim and Adeed Naeem Mohd Naeem came second and third respectively.
Kullia Fatematuz Zehra Lil Banat Mau records 100% results in SSC exams


Bangalore, June 26
The boys and girls students of Jamia Mohammadia and Kulliah Aisha Siddiqua Mansoora Bangalore performed excellently in the SSC exams. A total of 16 boys and 51 girls had appeared for the class 10 exams. Out of which 27 came with first class, 25 passed with second class and 10 students cleared the exams with third division. Five girl students could not clear the exams. It is to be noted that the boys and girls students at Jamia Mohammadia and Kulliah Aisha Siddiqua at Mansoora Bangalore are imparted with specially designed Islamic curriculum and the Karnataka state board syllabus simultaneously.
32nd Educational Conference, Annual Day function held at Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora in Malegaon

President of Jamia Mohammadia Education Society Arshad Mukhtar addressing the 32nd Educational Conference held at Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora in Malegaon April 24, 2011

Malegaon, April 26
Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora in Malegaon celebrated its 32nd anniversary April 24, 2011. The anniversary day celebrations coincided with the Annual Day function and an Educational conference presided over by the society president, Mr. Arshad Mukhtar.
While delivering the presidential address, Mr. Arshad Mukhtar congratulated the boys and girls students who completed their education from the Jamia and advised them to contribute for the well being of the country and for the nation. He also urged them to realise the importance of the modern challenges.
The conference was also addressed by Maulana Israeel Nadvi of Mewat, Haryana and Maulana Ab Haseeb Madani of Bangalore. Both of them congratulated the students who graduated from the Jamia this year and urged them to play their role in building a peaceful and model society.
Incharge of Jamia Mohammadia Maulana Mansooruddin Madani presented the annual report of the boys section and Incharge of Kullia Aisha Siddia Mrs Zubaida Mukhtar presented the annual report of the girl section.
At the end of the day-long conference the students who passed with distinction were conferred on with special prizes and felicitations.
JMES President laid foundation stone of Masjid Fatima and Madrasa Ahle Hadees at Aakot

JMES President Arshad Mukhtar laying the foundation stone of Masjid Fatima in Aakot

Aakot (Maharashtra), Dec 12
Jamia Mohammadia Education Society (JMES) president Arshad Mukhtar laid the foundation stone of Masjid Fatima and Madrasa Ahle Hadees December 10, 2010 at Aakot in Maharashtra.
After the foundation stone laying ceremony JMES president Arshad Mukhtar and other dignitaries highlighted the importance of education and the Masajid.
JMES president Arshad Mukhtar, who presided over the function, urged the audience to understand the reason behind the construction of Masajid and duty of a Muslim towards these holy places.
"I we perform prayers properly and in line with the guidelines laid in the Quran and the Sunnah, there is no reason why we will not remain away from evils. But, this is a tragic fact that we perform prayers but not the way they deserve. The result is that we do not get what Allah has promised in return", he said while delivering the presidential address.
Earlier, the dignitaries addressed the girl students of the Madrasa Mohammadia lil Banaat and advised them to acquire knowledge and follow the Quran and the Sunnah.
"To acquire knowledge, one has to work hard. Once we do this, then Allah, the Almighty will automatically bestow on us His blessings", said Ameer -e- Jamiat Ahle Hadees, Mumbai Maulana Ab Salam Salafi in his address to the girl students of Madrasa Mohammadia-lil-Banaat.
Jamia Mohammadia Education Society (JMES) will complete both the projects in association with Idara Islahul Masajid wal Madaris - one of the group organisations of JMES, which looks towards renovation and construction of Masajid and Madaris.
Others who were present in the function include Maulana Ansar Zubair, Ameer-e-Jamiat Ahle Hadees, Malegaon Shakeel Ah Faizee, Gen Sec Jamiat Ahle Hadees Maharashtra Maulana Abu Rizwan Mohammadi and host of other office bearers of Vidarbha Jamiat Ahle Hadees local units.
Dr A Aziz Al Farih visits Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora, Malegaon

Dr Abdul Aziz Al Farih at Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora Malegaon

Malegaon, April 17
Noted scholar and a faculty member of Jamia Islamia Madinah Munawwera Dr Abdul Aziz Al Farih visited Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora campus in Malegaon on April 12, 2011.
It was Dr Al Farih's third visit to the campus.
Accompanied by his brother Ab Rehman Furehi, Dr Abdul Aziz visited all the units including Jamia Mohammadia, Kullia Aisha and Mohammadia Tibbia College.
He also visited the site where the engineering college building is under construction.
Dr Aziz expressed his pleasure over the discipline and education quality maintained at the centre.
Before leaving for Saudi Arabia, Dr Aziz delivered a very useful lecture on April 14 after the Eisha prayers at Bangali Masjid Ahle Hadees in Mumbai.
Diploma in English Language & Literature for Madrasa Graduates

President of Jamia Mohammadia Education Society Arshad Mukhtar addressing the 32nd Educational Conference held at Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora in Malegaon April 24, 2011

Malegaon (Maharashtra), Oct 15
Following the historic decision taken a year before, Jamia Mohammadia Education Society (JMES) has started a two-year course - Diploma in English Language & Literature - at Mansoora, JMES branch in Malegaon, Maharashtra.
The course is specially designed for Madrasa graduates and is being conducted at Jamia Mohammadia Mansoora, Malegaon in coordination with Markazul Maarif, Mumbai.
The first batch of this unique course began its academic activities October 12, 2010 and students from all over the country are taking education since then.
For this purpose, JMES has reserved an entire building at Mansoora where special care is being taken so that the students create an atmosphere to improve their English language speaking.
The course is part of JMES's future plans to build a team of skilled Madrasa graduates who are well versed in English language and equipped with modern education.
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