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A meeting with the students of the third batch of the IOS Centre for Computer Learning Programme

On November 10, 2012 at IOS Meeting Room

New Delhi, Nov. 10, 2012: Dr. M. Manzoor Alam, Chairman of the Institute of Objective Studies, had a meeting with the students of the third batch of the IOS Centre for Computer Learning Programme jointly run by Institute of Objective Studies and Delhi Minorities Commission on November 10, 2012 at the Committee Room of the Institute.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Alam highlighted the need of education, especially technical education, among Muslim girls and women. While elaborating upon the significant role of girls and women in parenting.

child caring and family-making, he emphasised the need of education among them with ethics and values to be able to contribute to society-building process at a larger scale. “The 21st century belongs to girls and women, in which they have to play their positive role”, he further said.

Mr. M. Ataur Rehman earlier introduced the Institute of Objective Studies and its computer learing programme. The faculty members of the said programme also spoke on the occasion.

The Centre has been running a programme of Computer Learning for Muslim Girls of the locality since October 2009.

The training programme of the first two batches during 2010 and 2011 was undertaken successfully, certificate distribution ceremony of which was held on January 14, 2011 for the first batch with certificates distributed by Delhi Chief Minister, Mrs. Sheila Dikshit, followed by another programme held on May 7, 2012 at the Institute premises where certificates were distributed among the succesfull girls students of the second batch jointly by Mr. Safdar H. Khan, Chairman, Delhi Minorities Commission and Mr. Pushpinder Singh, Member, Delhi Minorities Commission. The training programme for the third batch comprising around 45 students is continuing.



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