Minority Development Of India
To encourage minorities in the education sector, provide minority status to educational institutions established and operated by governments
We practice and implement plans and programs that are highly beneficial to our target market, who are the disadvantaged and underserved women, children, youth and senior citizens, alike. While we value and partner with cause-oriented individuals, business leaders, foundation heads, entrepreneurial titans, academic gurus, and entertainment moguls, we never underestimate that volunteerism is the backbone of any non-profit organization. Thus with our continued quest for highly empowered membership and dynamic volunteers, we expect to continue to grow and be able to serve people and care for humanity.
In the Constitution of India, the country has been declared as a secular, socialist and democratic Republic of the country. Where the Constitution prohibits discrimination on the basis of religion in the country’s citizens, the religious minority also provides the right to conserve and promote its religion, language and culture. It also gives them the right to establish and manage their preferred educational institutions. In view of the socio-economic background of the minority communities, the government has been implementing various schemes to solve their specific problems and to bring them through educational, social and economic development to the mainstream of the nation and society. . Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist, jainis and Parsi communities
Purpose of our organisation is to curb the trend of drop out in the minorities, spread of education by distributing books, stationeries, voluteer helps at studies, computers,
Modernization of madrassas / maktabs and their reading, reading of mathematics, science, English and Hindi together, so that they could actively engage with every section of the minority civil welfare state (Welfare State) educated. Effectively implement commercial education computer education in madarsas so that children of minority communities, educated from these traditional educational institutions, can join the mainstream of the nation.
Construction of hostels in Girls’ Higher Secondary School for improving the level of education of girls in educationally backward minority dominated areas.
Developing Waqf properties by increasing their income so that Waqf can make effective contributions in the form of philanthropic (social, religious, cultural) institutions as per the wishes.
Increasing access to the minorities of different health related schemes being run by the State Government related to the mother / infant and the elderly.
To check on effectively implementation of the schemes being implemented for the improvement of the status of personal / semi-governmental and service planning of minorities by the government sectors.