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Sunday, November 8, 2009

SIO Mumbra organised JAC winter camp at badlapur



JAC Winter Camp at Badlapur







Students Islamic Organisation of India (Mumbra-Kausa) unit organized a two day Winter Camp for Junior Associate’s Cirlce (JAC). The camp was organsied at Badlapur 30 Km from Mumbra. It was conducted in parallel with the two day family Ijtema organized by Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (Mumbra-Kausa). 70 associates participated in the camp.


Girls (Studying in Std I – VII) & Boys ((Studying in Std I – VIII) were part of the camp. The camp started with the recitation of Surah Fatiha. A number of group events & individual competitions were part of the camp. The students were grouped in four different teams.


Activities of Day 1


Exercises, One minute competitions (Biscuit Eating, Make alphabets with Match Sticks and Blind EYE race),


Learning Dua with Translation (Rabbi zidni Ilma), Tasbeeh, Puzzle (Prophets in Islam), Etiquettes of sleeping.


Activities of Day 2


Importance of Physical Fitness, Karate (Raees Alam Sahab – Black belt, Trainer Anjuman Islam School)


Drawing competition, Azaan, Hamd and Naat competition, Quiz.






The camp concluded with Prize distribution ceremony. The prizes were given by Ameer-e-Halqa Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Maharshtra Engineer Nazar Mohammad Madu Sahab & President Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Mumbai Janaab Afzal Baig Sahab.


The award of Best Boy went to – Ibrahim Feroz Ansari, best Girl went to Zikra Zafar Ansari & the award of best group was given to Hazrat Ali Group.


Associate to crack the puzzle first was Irfan Mustafa from the boys & Zikra Zafar from the girls. Best drawing prize was given to Mehmood Iqbal amongst boys & to Zikra Zafar amongst girls.


The best Azaan was given by Raafe Shafiq Attar & the best Naat was sung by Fatimatuz Zohra.


Athar Akbar Khan came first in Lemon & Spoon race in boys & Fatima took this honor in girls.


SIO Mumbra-Kausa thanks brother Zia-ul-Islam, coordinator of the camp & all the associates for making the event a big success. May ALLAH accept all our efforts (Ameen).


The camp was highly appreciated by the Parents & Students.

3 comments:

Al Sunna said...

Assalam walakum,

This blog is a very nice blog, I have found it very beneficial to know more about Islam. Thanks for sharing the information.

INAMULLAH KHAN said...

Assalamalaikum

May Allah reward you all for this great Event Let me know any assistance required in this regard
. One Query Is Mehmood Iqbal the son of Mr. Masood Iqbal sb. of Mumbra ( or Is mehmood the Brother of Hamid)

Mirza's said...

WKS,

Yes... He's both :) (brother of Hamid and son of Masood Saheb)

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