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Monday, October 4, 2010

SIO Mumbra organized an aptitude test

Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) Mumbra Kausa organized an aptitude test by Group of Expert Professional Psychologist –MASINA Hospital and Research centre at two different locations parallel for the class Xth students.
A total of 151 students of Patel, National, Sadiya and Mumbra public school appeared for the test.
This test is a part of the “Grand Children Festival 2010” by Jamaat E Islami Hind and Students Islamic Organisation of India Mumbai Division to be held on 18th and 19th December 2010.
Mumbra is one of the centres among 35 such centres thru Mumbai, by which total 3000 Students being tested.

Normally Urdu Medium Students do not get exposure to such professional tests and main objective of this festival is to enhance, nurture the talents, quality of the Urdu medium students who are lacking in different fields in majority with exception of few.
Being scrutinizing and evaluating closely the results of these tests, there will be “Parental Guidance” lecture in a couple of month [ 1st week of Dec.2010], the purpose of which will be to get the Parents aware of what’s their son’s /daughter ‘s field of interest. Also to introduce them various behavioral patterns, normally students do follow during school/college time.

SIO Mumbra is grateful to Dr. Machiswala and his team lead by Dr. Ali M Gabhrani, who conducted the test and also the management of National and Patel high school who supported us in all possible way.

SIO Mumbra thanks Almighty Allah SWT for making the test a big success & appreciates Er. Akmal (Coordinator, Mumbra – Children Fest 2010) and efforts of his entire team for organizing the test.

May ALLAH accept all our efforts. (Aameen)


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