Sunday Observer Online
 

Home

Sunday, 20 September 2015

Untitled-1

observer
 ONLINE


OTHER PUBLICATIONS


OTHER LINKS

Marriage Proposals
Classified
Government Gazette

Academic progress of Muslim Schools in Colombo

A special discussion, chaired by Ash Sheikh Mufthi M.I.M Rizwe, under the theme, 'Discussion on the academic progress of Muslim Students in Colombo', was held at the ACJU head office recently with principals of the Colombo District and NGOs operating for the academic development of the Muslim community.

The event was presented by Ash-Sheikh A.M. Khalid Mahmud, coordinator of the Educational Committee of the ACJU, who explained about the state of education of the Muslim Schools in the Colombo District and the report on a research on physical needs and conclusions made therein.

Ash Sheikh M.M.A. Mubarak, General Secretary of the ACJU, in his welcome address said, he desires to do a long term participation in the progress of education of the Muslim community in the country, and as the first stage with the development of Muslim schools in the Colombo District.

Ash Sheikh A.C. Agar Mohamed, Vice President of the ACJU, in his main speech explained the purpose of the encouragement programs for the Muslim community's educational progress, vacancies of teachers for Islam to be filled, teaching Islam to Muslims studying in non-Muslim schools, making arrangements to fill the shortage of staff in schools, helping the physical needs in schools and helping poor students.

He further said the ACJU was determined to develop education of Muslims in Colombo District schools and requested principals to send information regarding the needs and shortcomings in their schools.

Principals and representatives of private organizations also presented the problems they faced in schools and practical issues, while representatives of private organizations spoke of the way they could help solve their problems.

Ash Sheikh Mufthi M.I.M Rizwie, President of the ACJU, said discussions of this nature and the solutions arrived in the past has achieved positive benefits, and the ACJU would look into these matters in the future.

 | EMAIL |   PRINTABLE VIEW | FEEDBACK

Daily News & Sunday Observer subscriptions
eMobile Adz
 

| News | Editorial | Finance | Features | Political | Security | Sports | Spectrum | World | Obituaries | Junior |

 
 

Produced by Lake House Copyright 2015 The Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd.

Comments and suggestions to : Web Editor