Muslim Minority educational institutions asked to instil confidence among students
Muslim Minority educational institutions in India have a greater responsibility to instil a sense of confidence in the students to accept the challenges they are facing with and compete with the rest of the world.
Hyderabad : Muslim Minority educational institutions in India have a greater responsibility to instil a sense of confidence in the students to accept the challenges they are facing with and compete with the rest of the world. Dr. Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz, Vice-Chancellor expressed the view today while inaugurating 10th Annual Orientation Programme for Heads of Muslim Minority Managed Institutions of Higher Learning on administrative leadership here at Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU).
UGC - Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) of MANUU in collaboration with National Institute of Educational Planning & Administration (NIEPA), New Delhi is organizing the Orientation Programme from 2nd July 2018.
Addressing the inaugural as Chief Guest, Dr. Parvaiz spoke about various issues and problems faced by Muslim minority managed institutions and suggested practical means and methods to tackle them. An able person will definitely get a job, we need to build the personality and positive attitude of the student, he remarked. The bond of humanity is the strongest, nobody can win with hatred, only love is needed to conquer the world, he continued.
Earlier Dr. M. A. Sikandar, Registrar and Director I/c UGC-HRDC welcomed the guests and spoke about the unique nature of the programme & advised the participants to take advantage through peer learning during the programme. Prof. Najma Akhtar, Head, Dept. of Training and Capacity Building in Education, NIEPA, & the director of the orientation programme while speaking about the objectives of the programme said the NIEPA organizes one programme each, every year for minority schools and colleges at National level. This is a good platform for sharing innovative ideas and best practices. Minorities in India demand equalistic treatment. In terms of literacy rate Muslim Minority is far behind the others. The objective of the programme is to create awareness among the leaders and managers of minority institutions about the changing scenario of the higher education in India.
Prof. B. K. Panda, NIEPA and Dr. Tahseen Bilgrami, Coordinator of programme also addressed the gathering. Dr. Savita Kaushal, NIEPA proposed vote of thanks.