AICWETE PROGRAMME EVENTS 2010-2017
1) Events Under Elemental-:
1. International Girl Child Day on 11th October, 2017 in New Delhi.
2. International Women’s Day on 8th March, 2017 in New Delhi.
3. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (A Campaign to Clean India).
4. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Programme At New Vision Public School.
5. Releif And Rehablitation Of The Flood Victims In Kashmir.
6. Rally On Prevention Of HIV/AIDS.
7. International Women’s' Day Celebration.
8. National Convention On “Role Of The Government In Implementing The Constitutional Rights Of Minority”.
9. Seminar on Empowerment of Women on 27th July, 2010 at New Delhi.
2) Events Under Career-:
1. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad National Literacy Day on 11thNovember, 2017 in Aligarh.
2. Two days’ National conference “An Understanding Of Educational Aspiration And Attainment Of Minority
Girls In India.
3. Seminar on “Implementation of Best Practice Models for the Improvement of Muslim Minority Girls'
4. Convention of Muslims women on “Advancing educational schemes and entitlement opportunities for Muslim
Girls in West Bengal”.
5. Report of the National Programme on Role of NCMEI in Strengthening the Minority Educational Profile in
6. Seminar On “Minority Girls' Education: The State, Opportunities And Challenges”.
7. Vocational Education & Skill Development National Programme On “Hunar Se Rozgarr Tak”.
8. National Literacy Day- Moulana Abul Kalam Azad Birth Anniversary Observed At Samaritan Mission.
9. Seminar on Women Trafficking And Empowerment of Women Through Education.
10. Seminar on 'Abolition of Child Labour by Providing Educational Opportunities'.
11. Awareness Programme on Educational placement of students belongs to minority communities.
12. Disaster Relief And Rehabilitation 'Educational Rehablitation Of Strife-Affected Students Of District
13. Seminar on Empowerment of Minorities Through Education on 1st October, 2012 in Kerala.
14. Northern Zonal Seminar on Empowerment of Minority Girls’ Through Education, on 28th December 2011 at New
15. Educational Empowerment & Career Guidance Programme at District Badaun, Uttar Pradesh.
16. Seminar on Empowerment of Girls Through Education on 2nd October 2011 at Okhla.
17. Educational Awareness Programme at Madurai (Dt.) Chennai on 31st July, 2010.
3) Events Under Guidance-:
1. Round Table Discussion on 4th August, 2017 in New Delhi.
2. Micro-finance Program.
3. National Teachers Training Programme In Service Skill Up-Gradation Clinic For Teachers.
4. National Seminar On “An Empowered People And An Integrated Nation:- Dimensions Of Social Exclusion The
Case Of INDIAN MINORITIES”.
5. Workshop On “Strengthening The SHG Groups And Its Scalability For Larger Empowerment Of Minority And
Underprivileged Women In Howrah.
6. Mass Marriage and Seminar on Women Trafficking.
7. Seminar On “To Educate The Daughters Is A Big Challenge For Mothers: Let Us Give The Opportunity To Face
This Challenge Through Micro-Financing.
International Girl Child Day on 11th October, 2017 in New Delhi
The All India Confederation for Women Empowerment through Education, New Delhi in collaboration with All
India Federation for Social Justice, (AIFSJ) Delhi, Caritas India, UNESCO, World Vision India, Malala Fund,
Chetnalaya,BEsws, Save the Children India and Indian Social Institute Delhi celebrated International Girl
Child Day in
Indian Social Institute, 10 Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, in New Delhi on 11th October, 2017. The theme of
the programme was Empower girls: Emergency response and resilience planning celebrating- Young Girl Leaders.
The objective of the programme was to celebrate young girl leaders who sailed the journey of struggle and
have been an inspiration for many. Walking along with SDG’s on empowerment of women and girls is an
enriching experience for AICWETE.
International Women’s Day on 8th March, 2017 in New Delhi
The All India Confederation for Women Empowerment through Education (AICWETE) celebrated International
Women’s Day at the Indian Islamic Centre 87-88, Lodhi Road in New Delhi on 8th March, 2014. The theme of the
programme is “Emancipation through Education: Promising an era of Empowerment and Justice for Women in
India”. Hon’ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui was the Chief Guest of the programme and Mr. SundarKukreja (MD & CEO
Mohan Overseas Pvt. Ltd. Okhla) was the Guest of Honour of the programme. Some of the moments captured of
the event are below.
SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN
(A Campaign to Clean India)
The Confederation conducted the awareness programme on “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” on 11th November, 2014 at Indian
Social Institute, 10, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. Prof. (Dr.) Qamar Rehman (Dean, Research Science
& Technology, Amity University) in her keynote address highlighted the importance of cleanness, hygiene, how to
attain good health, particularly among women etc. People from different parts of Delhi, particularly women
participated in the programme.
SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN PROGRAMME AT NEW VISION PUBLIC SCHOOL
The Confederation along with its volunteers conducted an awareness programme on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan at New
Vision Public School, Abul Fazal Enclave, Okhla, New Delhi on 09th November, 2014. Chairperson of AICWETE, Dr.
Shabistan Gaffar highlihgted the importance of cleaness and mainitance of good health among women etc. Chairperson
and Secretary, AICWETE along with its local voulnteers cleaned the streets in abul fazal enclave. The venture also
welcomed and supported by local people.
RELIEF AND REHABILITATION OF THE FLOOD VICTIMS IN KASHMIR
This was the worst flood Kashmir has witnessed in over a century. The flood has taken lives, destroyed livelihood,
demolished public and private assets, and devastated the State economy. Along with the sad loss of lives of over
500 people across J&K, Kashmir has suffered damage to infrastructure and business of over one lakh Crore. A total
of 2600 villages are affected, with 1700 in Kashmir and the rest in Jammu. Over 390 areas were fully submerged and
1225 partially, resulting in colossal damage to housing and business sectors. On an average, every affected house
has suffered a damage of more than 10 lakhs.
More than 100 people from different parts of Kashmir along with our 20 volunteers worked hardly for the relief
and rescue operation.
The Chairperson and Secretary of the Confederation visited Kashmir on 17th September, 2014 to study the situation
deeply and chalk out a plan for the rehabilitation of victims.
•Total of Rs. 35 lakhs was distributed through cheques and cash to the identified 140 flood victims, belonging to
the economically weaker section. This amount would mostly be utilized for minor repairs to the damaged houses
mainly in the following areas:-
RALLY ON PREVENTION OF HIV/AIDS
The All India Confederation for Women's Empowerment Through Education, New Delhi in collaboration with Delhi
State AIDS Control Society, Govt. of India, Bhagidari Jan Sahyog Samiti Udisha conducted a Rally on Prevention
of HIV/AIDS on 08th March, 2014 on the occasion of the International Women's Day 2014 Celebration.
The rally was started from NDMC Convention Centre, Connaught Place, New Delhi at 10.00 a.m. and circled the
Bangla Sahib, Gurudwara, Ashoka Road, New Delhi reached back at 10.45 a.m. The theme of the programme was to
spread awareness about the evil deceases such as HIV/AIDS.
INTERNATIONAL WOMENS' DAY CELEBRATION
In collaboration with Bhagidari Jan Sahyog Samithi, we celebrated International Women's Day at NDMC
Convention Centre, Connaught Place, New Delhi on 08th March, 2014. Smt. Mamta Sharma, Hon'ble Chairperson,
National Commission for Women graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and inaugurated the seminar. Hon'ble
Justice, M.S.A. SIddiqui, Chairman, National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt. of India
was the Special Guest of the function. Eminent personalities from different parts of India like bureaucrats,
educationalists, social activist, and heads of NGO etc. participated at the function.
International Women’s day Celebration at NDMC Convention Centre, New Delhi
Smt. Mamta Sharma, Hon'ble Chairperson, made a splendid inaugural address. She highlighted that the importance
of women education and stated that literacy does not mean education the society's mind set up should change.
She said that the even after the completion of 66 years of independence, the women in India are not safe. She
stated one important fact that the female foeticide is very high among the educated people in urban area than
the poor people in the villages. The women are having a sixth sense to analyse the things and they have very
long time vision and highlighted that women are having 29% high i.e. level than men. She urged that to control
women trafficking and molestation more women should join wonderful programme.
NATIONAL CONVENTION ON "ROLE OF THE GOVERNMENT INIMPLEMENTING THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF
The All India Confederation for Women‟s Empowerment Through Education, AICWETE conducted a National
Convention on "Role of the Government in implanting the Constitutional Rights of Minority" on the eve of the
125th Birth Anniversary of our the beloved Freedom Fighter Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad in collaboration with
Maulana Azad Educational Trust on 11th November, 2013 at Basha Bhawan Auditorium, National Library, Kplkata-
700027, West Bengal.
The convention was presided over by Janab Firhad Hakim, Hon'ble Minister, Government of West Bengal and
Hon'ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui, Chairman, National Commission forMinority Educational Institutions, Govt. of
India graced occasion as the Chief Guest of thefunction. Shri. Y.P. Singh, Joint Secretary, Ministry of
Minority Affairs, Government of India was supposed to be the Special Guest of the programme, but he could not
make it dueto some urgent meeting at Delhi. Other eminent personalities; Shri Bratyan Basu, Education
Minister, Govt. of W.B.; Janab Jawed Ahmed Khan, Hon'ble Minister, Govt. of W.B., Janab Sultan Ahmed, Hon‟ble
Member of Parliament; Shri Subrato Mukherjee, Hon‟ble Minister, Govt. of W.B.; Maulana Md. Asrarul Haque
Qasmi, M.P.; Shri Surjitpur Kayastha, I.P.S.,Police Commissioner of West Bengal, Janab Intaj AliShah,
Chairman, Minoirty Commission W.B.; Janab Justice Abdul Ghani, Chairman, West Bengal Wakf Board; Janab Abu
AyesMondal, Chairman, WBMDFC; Shri Katich Chandra Manna, Chairman, PSC; Prof. ManalShah Quadri, Vice-
President, West Bengal Urdu Academy and Dr. Shabistan Gaffar Chairperson, All India Confederation for Women's
Empowerment Through Education, New Delhi.
The Convention focused on the following major points:-
• Constitutional rights guaranteed to the minorities under the Constitution of India.
• The major problems facing by the minorities.
• The need and importance of technical and vocational education among women.
• The need of science & technology.
• Art & culture.
• The need of quality education.
• Contribution of Abdul Kalam Azad for national development.
The following participants also presented papers on legend Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad, which as follows:-
Mr. Alam Sher Khan, Teacher, Khidderpur Urdu School, presented a paper on thetopic “ Maulana Abdul Kalam
Azad As an Educationalist”.
Mr. Gul Sher Khan, Senior Teacher, Khidderpur Muslim School, Kolkata presented paper on the topic “Maulana
Azad As Freedom Fighter".
Mr. Zaki Sheikh presented paper on Azad‟s Efforts in Shaping The Indian Education Policy.
Seminar on Empowerment of Women on 27th July, 2010 at New Delhi
The Confederation conducted a Symposium on Empowerment of Women on 27th July 2010 at the Conference Hall,
Jeevan Tara Building, Patel Chowk, New Delhi. The Seminar was inaugurated by Hon’ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui,
Chairman, National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions. Eminent personalities from different
parts of India participated at the seminar. Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, Chairperson of the Confederation welcomed
the gathering and delivered the chairpersons address. The seminar discussed various topics like; Importance
of girls’ education in India, the need of participation of women in decision making, linking of education
with livelihood through vocational training etc.
Justice MSA Siddiqui Chairing the Seminar
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad National Literacy Day on 11thNovember, 2017 in Aligarh
The All India Confederation for Women Empowerment through Education (AICWETE), New Delhi celebrated the Maulana
Abul Kalam Azad National Literacy Day in A.R. Higher Secondary School Village in Aligarh on 11th November, 2017.
Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, Chairperson, (AICWETE) discussed about Maulana Abul Kalam Azad with students. Maulana Abul
Kalam Azad was first Education Minister, freedom fighter, and along with being a freedom fighter, he was a pioneer
who laid the foundations of modern education in India, Minority education and social equality and justice to all.
AICWETE donated the laptop for School use. And stationary items distributed among the school students. Education
and especially women education and empowerment is core to AICWETE goals and principles, hence this event
inculcated amongst the students the core values and inspiration of being an educated member of society, and how
education alone can free the human conscience from the effects of ignorance, narrow-mindedness and insecurity.
Two day's National conference
“AN UNDERSTANDING OF EDUCATIONAL ASPIRATIONS AND ATTAINMENT OF MINORITY GIRLS IN
organized a two days National Conference in October 2015 to understand the educational status and aspirations of minority girls in India. Towards this, the event largely focused on the reasons for the gap between the privileged and the underprivileged which included the scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and other backward classes. Within these groups also there was a larger attention given to the women who belonged to the most deprived sections of the Indian Society. AICWETE Chief Patron Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui and Chairperson Dr. Shabistan Gaffar were instrumental in organizing the event. Along with a host of dignitaries from diverse background they stressed on the need of education as the primary source to alleviate any deprived section of society including women. However, the provision of education is not same for all. Hence, special discussion was on equity not only in terms of social status and occupational access but also equity based on education.
Educational access chords were touched upon also by stressing on increased participation at community level, good
governance and required financial allocation. It was only these aspirations of women who belong to the most
deprived communities can be achieved; the conference discussed. The conference majorly was set on three key themes.
1. Transition from elementary to secondary education: Issues pertaining to equity, efficiency and effectiveness.
2. Minority girls: Educational aspiration, attainment and locating them in the labour market.
3. Evaluating policy intervention and discussing the evidence on innovative practices.
The chief guest of the event was Dr. Najma Heptullah who was then a minister of the minority affairs Govt. of India. She too seconded with Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui and Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, when she cited the importance of education and its potential to transmit intergenerational gains. She provided a historical perspective of educated, empowered Muslim women of the past, especially the works of Begum Sultan Jahan, Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University and her works in Bhopal for girls education. She allayed fears of the perceived notion of NDA government and gave an assurance that the NDA govt. will work harder for the minorities and fill in the gaps of the previous UPA government. Works of Maulana Azad National Academy for skills was also discussed by her, wherein 1500 girls and 100 boys were provided with training and loan for starting their own work and also added her own efforts towards skill development through her scheme Nayi Manzil.
Seminar on “Implementation of Best Practice Models for the Improvement of Muslim
Minority Girls' Education.
The Confederation in association with 'Observer Research Foundation, Mumbai, organised a day-long seminar on
“Implementation of Best Practice Models for the Improvement of Muslim Minority Girls' Education”, on Tuesday,
30th September, 2014 at NKM International House, Mumbai.
An elite gathering of over 100 people including the representatives from different reputed organisations,
Principals and managers of minority educational institutions, educationalists, social activists, journalists and
teachers from different parts of India, like, Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh,
Karnataka, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, participated in the seminar.
Convention of Muslims women on “Advancing educational schemes and entitlement
opportunities for Muslim Girls in West Bengal”
The All India Confederation for Women's Empowerment Though Education in association with Voice of Muslim Women
in West Bengal conducted Convention of Muslims women on “Advancing educational schemes and entitlement
opportunities for Muslim Girls in West Bengal” on 23rd September 2014 at Haj House, Park Circus, from 11am to
5pm. The purpose of the convention was to deliberate and discuss on scope, opportunities for education and
skill building for Muslim girls in West Bengal. It also attempted to identify the barriers through
participatory discussion, and designing the solution to remove those barriers in access to education.
Report of the National Programme on Role of NCMEI in Strengthening the Minority
Educational Profile in India
The All India Confederation for Women’s Empowerment Through Education(AICWETE) New Delhi in collaboration with National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt. of India organised a “National Programme on Role of NCMEI in Strengthening the Minority Educational Profile in India” on 09th May, 2014 at the Conference Hall, India Islamic Cultural Centre, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi.
The programme witnessed an elite crowd of around hundred people. The following eminent dignitaries graced the occasion as the Guests:- Hon‟ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui, Chairman, National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt. of India; Shri Qamar Ahmed, Hon‟ble Chairman, Delhi Minorities Commission; Shri Abraham M. Pattiyani, Member, Delhi Minorities Commission; Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj, Director, Minority Cell & Student SupportServices, NIOS, Govt. of India; Dr. Anita Nuna, Faculty & Programme Coordinator, Department of Women‟s Studies, NCERT; Mr. P.A. Inamdar President of M.C.E. Society, Azam Campus, Pune; Mr. Ravi Gupta, CEO, Elets Technomedia Pvt. Ltd & DIGITAL LEARNING Magazine; Dr. Fakhrudhin Mohammed, Secretary, MESCO, Hyderabad and Mr. Liyaqat Ali, Zonal Coordinator, NCMEI, Meerut, U.P. The programme started with the welcome address by Dr. Fakhrudhin Mohammed, Secretary, MESCO, Hyderabad & Coordinator, NCMEI. He welcomed all the eminent guests and persons who have come from different areas to make the programme a grand success.
Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, National Coordinator, NCMEI
Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, Chairperson of All India Confederation for Women‟s Empowerment Through Education & National Coordinator, Chairperson, Committee on Girls‟ Education, National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt. of India, in her address highlighted the theme of the programme. In her addressed she stressed that National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions came into existence in the year 2004 and since its inception till 31.03.2014 around 10000 institutions from Madras as to
University level has been declared as Minority Educational Institutions under the section 2(g) of the NCMEI Act. Achievements made by the NCMEI in strengthening the minority educational profile in India. She also highlighted about the book on “Role of NCMEI in Strengthening the Minority Educational Profile in India” which was released in the function. Shri Naseem Ahmed, Hon‟ble Chairman, National Commission for Minorities was suppose to be the Chief Guest of the function, but could not attend the programme due to
some urgent official work.
Hon‟ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui, Chairman, National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt. of
Hon‟ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui, Chairman, National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt. of India made a splendid speech on the
relevant topic. In his address, he congratulated Dr. Shabistan Gaffar for arranging such wonderful programme with the noble cause of empowering
minorities through education. He highlighted that the National Commission for Minority Educational Institution under his leadership has done many
programmes for the welfare of the minorities in India and has solved many educational problems facing by the minority educational institutions in
India such as, NOC for starting Medical, Engineering, Nursing and other Colleges and NOC for CBSE affiliation; recognition to many educational
institutions, grievances facing in relation to recognition, affiliation, appointment of teachers, reservation policy, medium of instructions etc.
He stressed that Education is the only way to change the Nation and the Honorary Coordinators appointed by the Commission at District, State,
Zonaland National level have done marvellous service in addressing the educational problems facing by the minorities and creating awareness
about the powers and functions of NCMEI and the opportunities available to the minorities under the Constitution of India.
Stressing about the importance of technical and skill development among minorities, Hon‟ble Justice Siddiqui said that the Muslim community
does not lack skill, where as they has enough talent compared to other communities and the need of the hour is to channelize these talents.
Releasing of the Book on Role of NCMEI in strengthening the educational profile of
minorities in India
During the programme Hon‟ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui and other distinguished guests released the book on “Role of NCMEI in Strengthening the
Minority Educational Profile in India” prepared by Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, Chairperson, All India Confederation for Women‟s Empowerment Through
Education. Dr. Shabistan Gaffar made a short introduction about the substance of the book.
The book has highlighted the following relevant topics:-
• Landmark Judgments Relating to Minority Educational Insinuations.
• Issues of Minority Educational Institutions solved by the NCMEI.
• Major Highlights of The Commission.
• Orientation Programme to Minority Managed Elementary/Secondary/Higher Secondary and Higher Educational
• Empowerment of Minority Educational Institutions through National Institute of Open Schooling.
• Educational rehabilitation of strife affected students of Assam through NCMEI.
• Recommendation of Chairman, NCMEI on Educational Opportunities for the youth of Jammu and Kashmir.
• Recommendation of Chairman, NCMEI on Rehabilitation of victims of violence affected people in Muzaffar
• Honorary Coordinators of NCMEI.
• Activities conducted by the Hon. Coordinators of NCMEI & Educational Problems Facing By Different
• Recommendation and Suggestions.
Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj, Director, Minority Cell & Student Support Services, NIOS, Govt. of
Dr. Anita Nuna, Faculty & Programme Coordinator, Department of Women’s Studies, NCERT highlighted the importance of minority women’s education. In today’s fast changing society, the Rights of women are at stake and their position has become vulnerable. The balance between Women’s Rights and its protection and her family and social responsibilities is totally disturbed. Women have a role to play in society, family and country. They have to fulfill their responsibilities as daughters, sisters, mothers, wife, daughter-in-law’s and as citizens of the country. If we talk about overall empowerment of women in India since independence, successive governments have tried to introduce measures to empower women. Yet, the expected measure of success has not occurred due to reasons like bureaucratic delays, political compulsions, social and cultural constraints and the continuing poverty of the masses. Obtaining some measures of economic self-sufficiency and independence is prerequisite to any advancement of women at social, cultural and political level. She also said that the government must ensure implementation of any scheme when it launches. She cited the example of “Area Intensive Scheme” for promoting education among minorities which was launched in 1993 but not a single school was opened in minority areas under the scheme. The scheme was then merged in SPQEM but it is not solution for minority educational backwardness, adding that the expected measure of success has not occurred due to reasons like bureaucratic delays, political compulsions, social and cultural constraints.
Dr. Anita Nuna, Faculty & Programme Coordinator, Department of Women's Studies,
Mr. Ravi Gupta, CEO, Elets Technomedia Pvt. Ltd & DIGITAL LEARNING Magazine stated about the World Education Summit 2014 conducting by his Company. He made a video presentation about the World Education Summit conducted in previous years also. He also explained about the monthly magazine namely Digital Learning producing by his office to open new ways of modern learning system. He also highlighted that his Company along with the All India Confederation for Women‟s Empowerment Through Education and National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt. of India are holding the World Education Summit 2014 at New Delhi on 8th and 9th August, 2014 and a Minority Session has been reserved in the Summit to discuss about the Special issues from primary. Secondary and higher education level. During the function an information booklet about the World Education Summit 2014 was also released by the distinguished guests.
Adv. Abraham M. Pattiyani, Member, Delhi Minorities Commission, highlighted that the NCMEI under the leadership of Hon’ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui has done yeomen service in protecting the educational rights of Minorities in India. He has stated about the benefits availed by the Christian community in India, particularly in Kerala from the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions. He urged that there is a prime need of generating awareness among the Muslim minority community in availing benefits under NCMEI and Constitution of India. He also appreciated the bold decisions of Hon‟ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui in major issues like NOC to Medical and Engineering colleges, CBSE and recognitions etc.
Adv. Abraham M. Pattiyani, Member, Delhi Minorities Commission
Mr. P.A. Inamdar President of M.C.E. Society, Azam Campus, Pune, arenowned educationalist highlighted that one of the great initiative of the present UPA Govt. to empower and strengthen the minorities is the enactment of the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions Act and appointment of Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui as its Chairman. He also appreciated the initiative of Dr. Shabistan Gaffar in bringing out such an informative book, highlighting all major issues and rights of minorities.
Mr. P.A. Inamdar President of M.C.E. Society, Azam Campus, Pune.
The programme ended with vote of thanks by Mr. Liyaqat Ali, Hony. Coordinator, NCMEI, Meerut and president of the Association of Minority Educational Institutions in Uttar Pradesh. He thanked all the distinguished guests and participants, who have come from across the country. At the end of the programme Mr. Liyaqat Ali stated that the contribution of Hon‟ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui will be remembered in the history always and his organization has decided to award Justice Siddiqui a great award “Sitare Hind” in recognition to his contribution for empowering the minorities in India through education.
SEMINAR ON“MINORITY GIRLS' EDUCATION: THE STATE, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES”
Saturday 29th March, 2014 at C-5, Near Community Hall, Dilshad Colony, Delhi-95. The seminar was funded by the
Ministry of Minority Affairs, Govt. of India.
More than 100 women, mainly teachers, principals, social activists, educationalists etc. participated in the
seminar. Mr. Junais Padalath, General Secretary, All India Confederation for Women's Empowerment through
Education, welcomed the resource persons, guests and all other persons who have spent their valuable time for
making the seminar a grand success.
Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, highlighted about the theme of the programme. She pointed out that the seminar is organised
for identifying the educational, social, economical and other problems faced by the minority girls in India and its
possible remedies to rectify these evils.
The Confederation had invited the following eminent personalities as Resource Persons:-
1) Mrs. Anita Nuna, Faculty & Programme Coordinator, Department of Women's Studies, NCERT, New Delhi.
2) Dr. Syed Salma Jameel, Senior Research Associate, Collaborative Research and Dissemination (CORD), New Delhi.
4) Mrs. Iqra Quraishi, Educationalist & Women Personality Development Trainer, New Delhi.
The seminar discussed about various issues of minority girls' education. The resource persons made outstanding
presentations about importance of minority girls' education, particularly Muslim girls. The seminar was arranged at
the Northeast District in Delhi, which is one among the 90 Minority concentrated districts identified by the
Government of India.
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION & SKILL DEVELOPMENT
NATIONAL PROGRAMME ON “HUNAR SE ROZGAAR TAK
The Confederation conducted a National Programme on the Topic “Hunar Se Rozgaar Tak” (From Skill to Employment) at India Islamic Cultural Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi on 26th February, 2014. The Confederation is a registered NGO, a Non Profit Educational Trust under the provisions of Indian Trust Act 1882 and is very active for the educational, social, cultural and economical empowerment of women in India. The Confederation is committed to serve as leading information, consultative and training center, an active participant in the international, national, regional and sub regional consultative process and an advocate for gender equality and partnership of the sects, in compliance with international standers in this field. The programme witnessed a large crowd of more than 400 people, particularly Muslim women from different parts of India, and stakeholders of minority educational institutions, bureaucrats, social activists, educationalists, journalists, teachers, lawyers etc. Hon'ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui, Chairman, National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt. of India, New Delhi graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and delivered a splendid inaugural address. The following other dignitaries addressed the gathering and put frothed their valuable suggestions and opinions on the subject topic:-Eminent personalities from different States of India like, Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka; and other dignitaries from all over India also participated in the function.
Glimpses of the programme
MERITORIOUS SCHOLARSHIP AND CERTIFICATE TO STUDENTS FOR THEIR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
The Confederation provided meritorious scholarship and certificates to female students who have successfully completed the vocational courses under the Project Hunar successfully implemented by NIOS at Delhi with the initiative of AICWETE and other students who have secured high marks in their classes. The Confederation had selected 150 girl students irrespective of their religion, such as Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Christian etc and provided assistance @ 5,000/, 3,000/- 2000/- 1,000/- & 500/- depending on merit basis. The same was distributed at the National Programme, “Hunar Se Rozgaar Tak” (From Skill to Employment) organised by the Confederation at India Islamic Cultural Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi on 26th February, 2014
Students receiving meritorious scholarship and certificates
NATIONAL LITERACY DAY- MOULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD BIRTHANNIVERSARY OBSERVED AT SAMARITAN
The All India Confederation for Women‟s Empowerment Through Education (AICWETE),New Delhi also observed
National Literacy Day, on the Birth Anniversary of Moulana Abul Kalam Azad the Pioneer of Modern Education
system in our country after Independence in collaboration with The Samaritan Help Mission, West Bengal on
11th November, 2013 at Howrah, West Bengal.
The National Literacy Day is being organised every year by the All India Confederation for Women's
Empowerment Through Education on the Birth Anniversary of Maualana Abul Kalam Azad to pay befitting tribute
to this great freedom fighter, exemplary visionary, a great son of this country, a great champion of
communal harmony, the architect of the Indian Educational System and builder of Modern India.
The main objective of organising such event is to remember his contribution for developmentof this country as
a secular and democratic nation and to make aware and highlight the masses and especially minorities about
the various contribution of Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad and also to coordinate with all
NGOs/Organisation/Institutes working for minorities welfare and especially socio-economic and educational
About 200 Children participated in the Program, Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, Chairperson, AICWETE interacted and
mobilized the Children to take up the challenge of EACH ONE TEACH ON Eand even make your parents literate,
help them to learn signature. The children were very motivated and shared their dream with Dr. Gaffar, some
wanted to become a Doctor, teacher and some advocate.
The seminar also discussed about the following:-
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad as Freedom Fighter.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad as first Education Minister.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Modern Education in India.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Journalism/ as a Journalist.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and his contemporary freedom fighters.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Mohanlal Karamchand Gandhi, Pandit Jawahar LalNehru and Sardar Vallabbhai Patel and
their role as Freedom Fighter.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and contemporary Ulemas and Religious Leaders andtheir role as Freedom Fighter.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and his life in jail.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Communal Harmony.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Minorities Education.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad as Modern Builder of India.
• Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Social Equality and Social Justice to all.
• The importance of National Institute of Open Schooling in Minorities education.
• The need and importance of establishing modern educational institutions.
• The need of vocational education among women.
Seminar on Women Trafficking and Empowerment of Women through Education
The Confederation Conducted a Seminar on Women Trafficking and Empowerment of Women through Education in
collaboration with All Bengal Federation of Minorities Educational Institutions, Murshidabad, West Bengal
and Asha Bhai Trust, Mumbai at Murshidabad on 20th January, 2013. The seminar discussed the problems of
women trafficking and distributed cash prize for the meritorious students.
Seminar on 'Abolition of Child Labour by Providing Educational Opportunities'
The Confederation organized a Seminar on Abolition of Child Labour by Providing Educational Opportunities in
collaboration with Indira Gandhi Social Development Society, West Bengal on 18th January, 2013 at Matia
Briadge, West Bengal.
It was organized in collaboration with another voluntary organization Indira Gandhi Social Development
Society, West Bengal. Eminent personalities from different parts of West Bengal participated at the seminar.
The seminar mainly discussed the following points:- The Child Labour in India; The measures to abolish child
labour; The importance of education among parents, The role of education for abolition of child
labour,Central and State Government welfare schemes for abolition of child labour, The role of NGOs for
abolition of child labour.
Dr. Shabistan Gaffar Seminar on 'Abolition of Child Labour by Providing Educational
Awareness Programme on Educational placement of students belongs to minority
The Confederation Conducted the Awareness Programme on Educational placement of students belongs to minority
communities on 18th January, 2013 at Kolkata, West Bengal. Speakers from different parts of India,
particularly educationalists, social activists, scholars, professors etc. participated at the function. The
seminar was like career guidance programmes. The speakers informed about the various courses, technical as
well as vocational courses available for linking the education with livelihood.
The Confederation during the year under report provided Scholarships to the educationally, economically and
socially backward sections of minority community, particularly girls.
Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, Chairperson distributing Scholarships to girls
WOMEN RIGHTS & BENEFICIARY SCHEMES
To generate awareness about the Rights of Women and beneficiary schemes available for empowering women, the
Confederation published two books and tried to reach it to maximum number of voluntary organisations and
institutions working for the empowerment of women.
1. Beneficiary-Oriented Central Government Schemes for the Empowerment of Women in India.
2. Constitutional Rights of Women in India & Islamic Rights of Women.
DISASTER RELIEF AND REHABILITATION
EDUCATIONAL REHABILITATION OF STRIFE-AFFECTED STUDENTS OF District BTAD, Assam
To educationally rehabilitate the Strife Affected students of violence in Bodoland Territorial Area District
(BTAD) in Assam the All India Confederation for Women's Empowerment Through Education (AICWETE), New Delhi in
collaboration with ERD Foundation, Guwahati, Assam initiated the project "Centre for Educational
Rehabilitation". In this regards the Confederation organized a discussion conclave on 'Educational
rehabilitation of strife-affected students of BTAD' on 8th September, 2012 at the Regional Institute of
Science & Technology (RIST), Meghalaya, on the outskirts of Guwahati on Saturday. Over 100 heads of leading
educational groups, representatives of NGOs, social workers and activists, corporate heads, opinion leaders
and philanthropists from across the country, particularly Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh,
Maharashtra, Bihar, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, West Bengal and North Eastern states attended the
The project was flagged from Guwahati on 14th November, 2012 at 11 am. By his Excellency Shri R.S. Moshahary,
the Governor of Meghalaya who himself hails from BTAD in the presence of Justice MSA Siddiqui, Chairman,
NCMEI, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India.
SUPPORT FROM AICWETE
i. Financial aid and & Scholarship to continue study:-
Scholarships amounting to Rupees 9 lakhs were distributed to 150 students affected by the strife towards
six month post-metric scholarships at the rate of Rs.1000 per month.
ii. Adoption (Primary to Higher Secondary):-
Rehabilitated 450 students up to secondary level through various educational institutions in different
parts of country at the rate of Rs. 36000/- per annum (@3000 p.m.).
iii. Established one Girls Degree College at Assam:-
Established one degree college, Khairun Neesa Women's Degree College at Badarpur, District Karimganj,
Assam in association with ERD Foundation, Guwahati, Assam mainly for the children, who are victims of
The Confederation has worked tremendously for empowering the minority educational institutions in
India. It has organised hundreds of seminars and workshops in different parts of the country on the
'educational rights of minorities in India'. Through the concerted efforts of Confederation thousands
of educational institutions received minority status certificate from the National Commission for
Minority Educational Institutions and many problems facing by the minority educational institutions in
India, such as NOC for starting Medical, Engineering and Other professional colleges and NOC for
starting centrally affiliated CBSE and ICSE institutions; recognition from Central and State Board,
appointment of teaching and non-teaching staffs, government grants to institutions, affiliation to
university, up-gradation of schools etc, have been solved.
With the concerted efforts of the Confederation, the following universities in India are declared as
minority educational institutions by NCMEI, Govt. of India:-
Jamia Millia Islamia University, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi.
Jamia Hamdard University, Sangam Vihar, New Delhi.
B.S. Abdur Rahman University, Seethakathi Estate, GST Road, Vandalur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Christ University (Deemed), Hosur Road, Bangalore, Karnataka.
Yenepoya University, University Road, Deralakatte, Mangalore, Karnataka.
Mohammad Ali Jauhar University, Jauhar Nagar, Post Singhan Khera, Tehsil Tanda, District Rampur,
Sumandeep Vidyapeeth University, At & Po Pipariya,Taluk Waghodia,Vadodara,Gujarat 391760.
Al-Falah University, Village Dhauj, Faridabad District, Haryana.
Seminar on Empowerment of Minorities through Education on 1st October, 2012 in Kerala
The Confederation in association Indian Education Trust Kerala, Conducted Seminar on Empowerment of
Minorities through education on 01st October, 2012 at the M.P. auditorium, Kodathippadi, Mannarkkad,
Palakkad Dt., Kerala. Hon’ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui, Chairman, National Commission for Minority
Educational Institutions, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India graced the Occasion
as the Chief Guest and Dr. Shabistan Gaffar, Chairperson, Committee on Girls’ Education, MHRD, Government
of India was the Guest of Honour. Eminent personalities from different parts of Kerala like M.L.A.
Mannarkkad, Panchayat Presidents of Various Panchayats and more than1000 managers and principals of
minority educational institutions attended the seminar.
Northern Zonal Seminar on Empowerment of Minority Girls’ Through Education, on 28th
December 2011 at New Delhi
The Confederation conducted a seminar on Empowerment of Minority Girls’ Through Education with the
representatives of northern states on 28 December 2011 at India Islamic Cultural Centre, New Delhi in
which experts from Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Odisha, Assam and
Maharashtra participated in the deliberations on the general theme of the scheme. The key speakers of the
conference comprised Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui, Chairman NCMEI; Dr. Abdul Rehman Nakadar, Trustee of the
American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin (AFMI), USA; Mr Ashfaq Qureshi, President AFMI, Dr. Aslam
Abdullah, editor Muslim Observer, USA; Dr. Shabsitan Ghaffar, Chairperson Committee on Girls Education,
Mrs Abeda P. Inamdar, Professor Najma Akhtar, Dr. Qamar Rehman (all members of the Committee on Girls’
Education),Mr. Abdul Rashid Agwan, President Universal Knowledge Trust representing Rajasthan; Dr. Halima
Sadia, head of Hamdard Public School (Primary Section), representing Delhi Mrs Mamduha Majid, secretary
Muslim Women’s Organisation representing Odisha and many more.
The seminar also discussed about the modalities for improving the educational standards of women,
particularly girls and also the central and state government welfare schemes available to the minority
Educational Empowerment & Career Guidance Programme at District Badaun, Uttar Pradesh
The Confederation conducted Educational Empowerment & Career Guidance Programme at District Badaun, Uttar
Pradesh in collaboration with the Assim Siddique Memorial Degree College. Dr. Shabistan Gaffar,
Chairperson of the Confederation along with Mr. Junais.P. General Secretary of the Confederation presented
their experiences and shared the views on importance of Education.
More than 500 people including, students, parents, teachers, educationalists, social activities etc.
participated at the programme.
Seminar on Empowerment of Girls through Education on 2nd October 2011 at Okhla
The Confederation on 02nd October, 2011 conducted a seminar on empowerment of Girls through education in
collaboration with Universal Knowledge Trust at Okhla, New Delhi. Muslim religious scholars,
educationalists and social activists participated in the Seminar.
The seminar discussed about the need of empowerment of minority girls, the educational profile of Muslim
girls in Delhi, the modalities for improving the educational, social and economical hurdles of Muslim
minority girls and the Central and State Government welfare schemes for the welfare of minorities.
Educational Awareness Programme at Madurai (Dt.) Chennai on 31st July, 2010
The Confederation in association with Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women, Kilakaraim Ramnad Dt.,
Tamilnadu organized an Educational awareness programme at Kilakarai, Chennai. Dr. Shabistan gaffer,
Chairperson, AICWETE participated at the programme on behalf of the Confederation. She also spoke on the
topic “importance of girls’ education for nation building” during her speech she spoke about the
necessity of educating girl children for the overall development of the country and importance of
starting more scholarship programmes especially for the girls. The programme was attended by the
educationally backward girls from different parts of Tamilnadu.
Round Table Discussion on 4th August, 2017 in New Delhi
The All India Confederation for Women Empowerment through Education, (AICWETE) New Delhi in collaboration
with School Development Support Agency (SDSA), UK and All India Federation for Social Justice, (AIFSJ)
Delhi conducted the Round Table Discussion on Peaceful co-existence- Opportunities, Challenges and
Sustainability SDG 16- promoting just - peaceful and inclusive societies on 4th August, 2017 at
Conference Hall-2 Indian Islamic Centre, Lodhi Road in New Delhi. The main objective of the discussion
was to create a network of researchers, practitioners and local communities and the civil society
organizations to work together to build a safe stable and just society for all, through education and
participatory dialogue in the social integration process.
AICWETE’smain focus is women empowerment through education. However, women’s education should be
such that they are not only made aware socially and politically or provided social and political
but also their economic needs and aspirations need to be strengthened. Thus any kind of empowerment
without economic empowerment is incomplete. Towards this direction AICWETE has made considerable efforts,
these efforts have benefited women immensely. It all started on 5th September 2015, when an initiative on
micro-finance was taken, wherein a program was started which would create a membership team of 20 women.
Each member would be provided a loan amount of Rs.5000/- totaling to Rs. 100,000/- for the initial
A conference meeting was organized at AICWETE Jungpura, Delhi office. AICWETE chief Patron Justice M.S.A.
Siddiqui and its chairperson Dr. Shabistan Gaffar addressed the gathering which consisted of dignitaries
from diverse background who either had rich experience on women empowerment or had done extensive
research on their status. Notable speakers were Dr. Halima Sadia Rizvi, Head of Department, Economics,
Jamia Milia Islamia, Ms. Rehana and Ms. Nishat of Jamia Cooperative Bank, Mrs. Mamduha Majid, Secretary
of Muslim Welfare Society, Ms. Humra Quraishi, Journalist/Writer.
Thus the speakers discussed issues ranging from economic issues and women’s need to understand and manage
their finances. The advocacy of digital knowledge of present times and also the importance of cooperative
banks in helping women in micro-finance were the major topics discussed in the conference. The speakers
also narrated their own life experiences in and how they overcame obstacles being women in society. This
provided considerable knowledge and impetus to the discussions on empowerment of women in society.
National Teachers Training Programme
IN SERVICE SKILLS UP-GRADATION CLINIC FOR TEACHERS
As it is a known fact worldwide, education plays a pivotal role in empowerment of various sections of the
society. In tandem with this thought, we introduced “In Service Skills Up-gradation Clinic for
across various educational institutes in India. In the pilot phase, the target group
identified are the primary school teachers.
Through this clinic we aim at supplementing the existing intellectual infrastructure with the required
support and information to enrich the classroom interactions and bring about a critical change towards
quality education. The course and activities have been carefully designed and customized by subject experts
to address and fill the gaps between policy making and implementation at primary school level.
The inauguration of the three Days National Teachers Training Programme “In Service Skills Up-gradation
Clinic was held on 09th November, 2014 at the Conference Hall, Indian Social Institute, 10, Institutional
Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi. The Confederation will conduct the training as a pilot programme initially in
20 states and 2500 teachers are expected to be trained in one pilot project and target groups are those who
are not getting ample opportunities.
NATIONAL SEMINAR ON “AN EMPOWERED PEOPLE AND ANINTEGRATED NATION:- DIMENSIONS OF SOCIAL
EXCLUSIONTHECASE OF INDIAN MINORITIES”
The All India Confederation for Women‟s Empowerment Through Education, AICWETE in collaboration with
Allama Iqbal Memorial National Foundation for Education and Training conducted a National Seminar On “An
Empowered People And An Integrated Nation:-Dimensions Of Social Exclusion-The Case Of Indian Minorities”
at the auditorium, National College for Teacher Education, Vengola, Perumbavoor, Eranakulam District,
Kerala on 15thAugust, 2014 at 10.00 a.m. The seminar was held as part of the Independence Day Celebrations
at the College.
Hon'ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui, Chairman, National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt.
of India, inaugurated the seminar. Shri K.P. Dhanapalan Member of Parliament, Lokh Sabha; Shri Saju Paul
M.L.A., Dr. Sheena Shukkur, PVC, MG University; Dr. P. Naseer, Director, Minority Welfare Department, Govt.
of Kerala, Justice P.K. Shamsuddin, Adv. TPM Ebrahim Khan, Adv. C. Khalid, Adv. P. Chadrashekharan; Dr. KA
Zakkariya are the few eminent guests who participated. Shri T.A. Ahmed Kabeer MLA, the Chairman of the
College made introductory speech and Mrs. Thasnees Ahamed, Director, National College preside over the
Hon'ble Justice M.S.A. Siddiqui, Chairman, National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Govt.
of India, during his address highlighted that, National Integration is possible through education.
Empowerment of minority and subaltern through education is the most important step towards national
integration. The Constitution of India envisions this in unequivocal terms. Justice P.K. Shamsudheen,
pointed out that the aim of education is to become the best you can become. Equality does not mean making
the unequal’s equal.
An Inter-college Debate Competition on Dimensions of Social Exclusion: The Case of Indian Minorities was
conducted in connection with the seminar. Teams from different colleges in Ernakulam District
participated. Govt. Law College, Ernakulam was adjusted as the bestteam. Adv.Khalid, Retired Law
Secretary, Kerala was the moderator.
WORKSHOP ON “STRENGTHENING THE SHG GROUPS AND ITS SCALABILITY FOR LARGER EMPOWERMENT OF
MINORITY AND UNDERPRIVILEGED WOMEN IN HOWRAH"
A workshop on the topic strengthening the SG Groups and its scalability for larger employment of minority
and underprivileged women in Howrah was organized by the All India Confederation for Women's Empowerment
through Education, New Delhi in collaboration with Samaritan Help Mission.
Right now under the initiative of Samaritan Help Mission almost 350 women have been covered within 1 ½
years of the establishment of SHG Project. The workshop on “Strengthening the SHG groups and its
scalability for larger empowerment of Minority and underprivileged women in Howrah was organized to make
the program more consolidated and scaling up and to mobilize more minority and underprivileged women to
come under the fold of SHG's Umbrella.
More than 300 people including the educationalists, research scholars, school managements, social workers,
activists, media persons, community leaders, representatives of educational and policymaking bodies, etc
participated in the programme.
The envisaged objectives of the national seminar were as follows:
• To promote economic and developmental activities for the benefit of "Backward Sections" amongst the
minorities, particularly, occupational groups and women.
• To promote self-employment and other ventures for the benefits of minorities.
• To provide awareness about the loans and advances providing by the NMDFC at such rates of interest as may
be determined from time to time in accordance with the guidelines or schemes prescribed by the Central
Government or by the Reserve Bank of India.
• To provide awareness about the loans and advances of the NMDFC to the eligible members belonging to the
minorities for pursuing general/professional/technical education or training at graduate and higher
• To assist in the upgradation of technical and entrepreneurial skills of minorities for proper and
efficient management of production units.
• To assist the State level organisations dealing with the development of the minorities by way of
providing financial assistance or equity contribution and in obtaining commercial funding or by way of
Mass Marriage and Seminar on Women Trafficking
The Confederation Conducted Mass Marriage and Seminar on Women Trafficking in collaboration with Jaybeez
Sewa Trust, Kolkata on 19th January, 2013 at Kolkata, West Bengal. The programme was benefited to more
than 20 couples. The Confederation provided financial support for conducting the function and purchase of
necessities for conducting the marriage. The Confederation selected the economically backward couples in
the remote areas for the marriage.
AICWETE chairperson Dr. Shabistan Gaffar at the ceremony
SEMINAR ON “TO EDUCATE THE DAUGHTERS IS A BIG CHALLENGE FOR MOTHERS: LET US GIVE THE
OPPORTUNITY TO FACE THIS CHALLENGE THROUGH MICRO-FINANCING”
• The theme of the Seminar was to educate women on how to strengthen the minority women of the area
through micro credit and micro-financing scheme, how to make saving, loans and repayment, training &
capacity building and also to provide maximum awareness about the schemes and other welfare projects
provided by the National Minorities Development Finance Corporation. It also aimed to:
• Promote economic and developmental activities for the benefit of “Backward Section” among the minorities,
particularly occupational groups and women.
• To provide awareness about the loans and advances providing by the NMDFC at such rates of interest as may
be determined from time to time in accordance with the guidelines or schemes prescribed by the Central
Government or by the Reserve Bank of India.
• To provide self-employment and other ventures for the benefit of the minorities.
• To provide awareness about the loans and advances by the different bodies.
• Ways and means for strengthening community initiatives as regards to economically strengthen the minority
• To provide awareness about the assistance in the upgradation of technical and entrepreneurial skills of
minorities for proper and efficient management of production units.
26th December, 2013, Jamia Millia Islamia University, in collaboration with
National Minorities Development & Finance Corporation (NMDFC), Ministry of Minority Affairs, Govt. of
India, New Delhi and Jamia Co-operative Bank Ltd., New Delhi.
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION ON MINORITY GIRLS EDUCATION IN INDIA
The Confederation in collaboration with the Committee on Girls' Education constituted by the National
Commission for Minority Educational Institutions (NCMEI), Ministry of Human Resource Development,
Government of India, presented the Report and Recommendation on the Profile of Minority Girls' Education
in India, officially released at the 8th Foundation Day of National Commission for Minority Educational
Institutions held on 28th December, 2012 at Mavalankar Auditorium, New Delhi and submitted to the Ministry
of Human Resource Development and Ministry of Minority Affairs, Govt. of India.
After an attentive consideration to most suggestions, proposals, and recommendations, she had submitted
its recommendations and proposals to all concerned on the followings topics and most the recommendations
were approved by the Government of India.
• Creating Culture that Foster Equality and Promote Affirmative Action.
• Infrastructure Development.
• Support System.
• Prime Minister's New 15-Point Programme.
• Literacy Drive.
• Admission Drives.
• Quality Education.
• Relaxation in Norms.
• Vocational Linkage.
• Distance Education.
• Remedial Coaching.
• Entrance Coaching.
• Targeted Intervention.
• Mother Tongue.
• Parent Literacy.
• Commuting Incentive.
• Leadership Development Programme of Minority Women.
• School Health Programme.
• Mid-Day-Meal scheme.
• Social Reformation.
• Self Help Groups.
• Women Entrepreneurship.
• Right To Education.
• Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS).
• The Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls - SABLA.
• Madrasa Education.
• Social Auditing.
• Reservation of Jobs.
• Information Cells.
• Female Teachers.
• Minority Representation in Decision making Bodies.
• New Mandate for the Committee.
• Reservation Policy.
ALL INDIA CONFEDERATION FOR WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT THROUGH EDUCATION
Account No :0153053000012650
Bank Name :South Indian Bank Ltd.,P.B.No.323, 22, Regal Building, Connaught Place, New Delhi -
IFSC Bank Code :SIBL0000153
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