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Monday, March 1, 2010

“The ultimate prize is Jannah” PRIZE DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM 2010 Junior Associates Circle (JAC)





Junior Associates Circle (JAC) prize distribution program was successfully held in Tanwar Nagar Masjid (Mumbra) at 7.30pm. These prizes were given for the various events held in last six months.

The events were:
1. JAC picnic at Alibag
2. Quran quiz competition
3. Best Assignments in “Hafta E Quran”



Program started with the recitation of the Holy Quran by Br. Aijaz followed by the translation by Br. Azeem. The Nasheed “Forgive me, when I whine” was sung by Br. Ilyas.
Br. Abdus Salam (ZAC Member, Maharashtra South Zone) presented a brief introduction of Junior Associates Circle  (JAC) of Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) and described the qualities of an Ideal Junior Associate.

Janab Masood Iqbal (Engg. in Godrej Ltd.) expressed his happiness over organizing this event for children and said that these prizes are not long lasting but for us the ultimate prize is Jannah, for which we should follow the Quran & Sunnah. He was chief guest of this program.
Janab Ab. Rasheed (Vice President Jamaat E Islami Hind (JIH), Kausa-Mumbra), Professor Safadar Ulde (Professor in Rizvi College) and Br. Ziyaul Islam (President, SIO Kausa-Mumbra) were present in the program.

Br. Ziyaul Islam congratulated JAC associates for their prizes and said that we also have to perform very well in our academics. He also announced that if any JAC associate securing 1st, 2nd or 3rd rank in their respective classes will be awarded special prizes.

Program ended with Dua by Janab Ab. Rasheed.
The convener of this program was Br. Hanif.

Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) Kausa- Mumbra thanks Almighty ALLAH for making the program a big success & appreciates Brother Br. Afeef and Br. Junaid (JAC Incharges) and their entire team for organizing the event.

May Allah SWT accept our efforts. Aameen

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