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“Muhammad (PBUH) for all” echo school students from Mumbra-Kausa














“Muhammad (PBUH) for all” echo school students from Mumbra-Kausa

As part of the state level campaign of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Maharashtra, Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) Mumbra-Kausa Unit has successfully organized an inter school speech and essay competition on the topic “Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) for all”. The sole objective of the competition was to disseminate the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) among the students & to propagate the message that Muhammad (PBUH) is not only a mercy for Muslims, but a Mercy for all creations. 

In all 250 essays were received from 20 schools in Marathi, Hindi, English & Urdu languages. 40 students from 20 schools participated in the speech competition. 

The speech competition was held on the 31st of January 2010 at Ahmed Abdullah Garib Polytechnic, Kausa. The competition was held for the students of standard 5th to 10th divided into Senior & junior group. 

Shaikh Rafeeque Madani (HOD Arabic, Islamic International School), Dr. Irshad (Principal BMC school, Ph.D Urdu Language), Prof Safdar Ulde (Rizvi Junior college), Zaheer M K (Research & Development, Mahindra & Mahindra) were the judges for the competition.

It was great to witness the competition among students with speeches in Marathi, Hindi, English and Urdu languages covering various aspects of Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) life. 

Maulana Khalid Jameel Makki (Lecturer, Ex-Principal Jamia Islamiya, Mumbra) was the chief guest for the prize distribution ceremony. In his address he highlighted the importance of following the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in totality & to be a good practicing Muslim. He also said the only solution to the problems of humanity is following the way of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

 Janaab Zafar Ansari sahab (Member, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Mumbra-Kausa) explained the objectives of the campaign & their expectation from students, parents and teachers.

The following students were awarded prizes in different categories

Essay Competition
1)      Priyanka Deepak Shinde (1st in Marathi Medium)
2)      Fatima Tabassum (1st in Hindi Medium, Junior Group)
3)       Adnan Bamne (1st in Hindi Medium, Senior Group)
4)       Aqsa Ashraf Surve (1st in English Medium, Senior Group)
5)       Uwais Safdar Ulde (1st in English Medium, Junior Group)
6)      Momin Akram Mehmood (1st in Urdu Medium, Senior Group)
7)      Shaikh Tamanna Zakir (1st in Urdu Medium, Junior Group)

Speech Competition:

1)      Uwais Safdar Ulde (1st in Junior Group)
2)      Mohammad Waqar (1st in Senior Group)

SIO Mumbra-Kausa thanks Almighty ALLAH for making the program a big success & appreciates brother Muzammil (Competition Convener) and his entire team for organizing the event.

The cadre of SIO Mumbra-Kausa is highly motivated & will put in their best Inshallah for the campaign. We also thank all members of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Mumbra-Kausa for their help & support.

May ALLAH accept all our efforts. (Aameen)

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