AEEDU will study South Indian Model of Education Development & Implement it in North India, Lt. Gen Zaheeruddin Shah

Steps were taken to study the educational development in South India & implement it in North India

A delegation of eminent Personalities and the luminaries of AEEDU (Alliance for Educational & Economical Development of the Underprivileged) is on a tour of Bangalore and visited prominent educational institutions based in the Silicon Valley


AEEDU will study the South Indian Model of Education Development & Implement it in North India, Lt. Gen Zaheeruddin Shah

BANGALORE: Prominent personalities of the country leading the “Alliance for Educational & Economic Development of the Underprivileged,” believe that South India is doing far better in establishing institutions and spreading education in the field of education than North India.

In order to study the system of development of the educational system in the Southern States of India, a delegation of AEEDU led by its President Retd. Lt. Gen. Zamiruddin Shah and mentor Former Union Minister Dr. K Rehman Khan, comprising eminent personalities, Former Chief Election Commissioner of India Dr. SY Quraishi, Industrialist Saeed Sherwani, Journalist & Ex-MP Shahid Siddiqui, Former Lt. Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung, Director of Falcon Group of Institutions Abdul Subhan and businesswoman Khyr ul Nisa visited universities and educational institutions established by Muslims based in Bengaluru, reviewed their best practices so that they can be implemented in North Indian states.

In a 2-day visit to Bangalore, the delegation of AEEDU visited and met the founders of Hasanat Institution, A-Ameen Education Society, Delhi Public School, Falcon Institutions, and Presidency University established by visionaries of the Muslim community, interacted with the staff to learn their best practices in imparting the teachings and training. The subject was not only about establishing institutions but also about delivering effective trainings to enable students be able to achieve bright results and be competitive.

In this regard, the leaders of AEEDU said that they will exert the best possible efforts on the part of the organization to implement the ideal education model of South India, whether it is the establishment of educational institutions or the promotion of excellent education in them, in North Indian states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and Delhi. The leadership committed that the work would be taken up like a movement and will be launched to enlighten the disadvantaged Muslims with higher education and free them from the clutches of poverty and oppression.


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