Annual Work Report of AICMEU
For the year 2001 - 02
Dear members we feel pleasure to present before you the annual activity report of the organization for the year 2001 - 02. As decided in the last Annual General Body Meeting, the annual work report has been prepared with respect to the approved annual work plan.
1. It was planned to make interactive website. Efforts have been made by young engineers to develop the program for online interaction of employee and employers. However no significant progress has been made probably because it was being developed as voluntary and not paid job.
2. It was planned to mobilize 30 active volunteers / philanthropists for various committees and to revive the zonal committees to extend our services. Unspecified delegation of responsibility on members and poor monitoring at the part of the office seems to be the reason for no progress.
3. It was planned to regularly publish the monthly AICMEU’s Newsletter but we could only publish four issues in the year 2001-02. The reason being basically financial problem and inactive editorial board.
4. As it was planned to publish the paper on “Living in Adversity ” Dr. Rahmatullah has prepared and presented the paper on Muslims in India - Surviving at the face of adversity in the summer training workshop of IMRC of ISNA in various cities of USA and CANADA during 25th of May to 25th of July, 2001. However due to short of funds the plan to print the following books could not been implemented.
a) Article and memorandum of Association,
b) Living in Adversity.
1. As the employment program is due for development, the following plan could not been implemented
a) To develop a database of 10,000 jobseekers.
b) To provide jobs to 1,200 jobseekers.
c) To enroll atleast 1,200 new companies.
d) To open 100 authorized Centres in India for registration of jobseekers and employers.
2. Neverthless the Centre has registered 780 Jobseekers against 945 vacancies and conducted 1344 interviews where 418 candidates secured jobs.
3. Due to personal problems and thereafter accident of Mr. Gaus I. Khan, the Centres effort remain hampered with regard to organize the Vocational Guidance and Training programmes.
1. As it was planned to improve the infrastructure of J. R. Career Centre, four new Celeron Pentium III computer systems have been added to the exixting stock of eight systems. Beside addition of new sytems, the old Pentium Computers have been improved by upgrading the hardware configurations.
2. As planned to start remedial coaching for class IXth and Xth, with the granted aid of Maulana Azad Education Foundation, Delhi we have admitted 40 students in class IX and X for remedial coaching. The classes run for full eight and half months, and the result is awaited.
3. No new trade has been inducted against the plan to introduce new trades like tailoring, embroidery, and screen-printing etc.
4. Out of 69 admitted in one-year diploma in Computer Application and Multilingual DTP course of NCPUL, 55 students appeared in final examination. Alhamdolillah the result is tremendous. Out of 55 appeared 54 students have secured 75% to 97% marks and the one student who has missed the distinction has secured 74% marks.
5. Beside govt. recognized one-year diploma course, education on basic computer (fundamentals) has also been provided free ofcost to all students of J. R. School No.2 and 25 poor students of nearby areas.
6. Against the plan no short-term web designing and programming courses for poor students been introduced in the Centre.
D. AICMEU’S TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, TROMBAY
1. From AICMEU’S Technical Institute Trombay, total 64 students got education in two years Govt. recognoized diploma in the trade of a) Air Conditioning and Refrigeration and b) Electrician. Eleven students have successfully completed two years diploma in Air conditioning and Refrigeration.
2. Efforts been put to avail separate land for the institute but could not materialized for some constraints.
3. As per the plan the staff has tried to cover the losses of institute through sponsorship of poor students and taking job work from the market. The function of the workshop is upto limited extend.
3. The number of students has been increased from 207 to 235 against the target of 250 students.
4. The tailoring classes have provided tailoring skill to 60 girl students against plan to train 100 girls.
As par plan efforts been made in terms of moblisation of premises and collaboration with other organiastion, but the premise is not available on rental basis, nor any sound organization initiated to collaborate in this perspective. During this period the conditions of tools and equipments has been worse off and it does not seem to last enough to restart the institute with old stuff.
H. AICMEU’S SCHOLARSHIP DIVISION
1. As per the plan the division selected 12 new students from medical and engineering streams. Alhamdolillah we have arranged adopters for 11 students for their full course and also helped one student by lump sum amount of Rs. 11,200/-. ASD has also helped Sahayta Trust, Hyderabad to disburse primary level Scholarships to 160 poor / Miskeen students.
2. Still no programme has been developed to attract applicants and adopters for ASD Scholarship. However through E-mail this scheme has been introduced to some philanthropist.
3. The publication of Scholarship guidebook could not been proceeded foor lack of updated data.
4. No training programme been organized for scholarship holders, however The scholarship holders of Mumbai have attended three days Islamic Education Seminar at Hajj house, Mumbai - 400001 in October 2001.
5. No student’s forum been organized to develop Islamic knowledge and skill through monthly / quarterly meetings of students.
6. Last year till 31st March 2001 only Rs. 24,990/- been deposited by ASD Gradutes in ASD Corpus Fund.
7. Lat year 10 more students have completed their graduation and increased the toll of Graduates to 65. And 43 active students are continuing their graduation in medical and engineering under ASD adoption scheme.
I. AICMEU’S BAIT AL ZAKAT
1. No executive secretary been appointed nor any camp / seminar been organized for centralized zakat system.
2. Four thousand copies of special issue of AICMEU’S NEWSLETTER ‘Maeeshat’ been published on Centralized Zakat System and distributed to potential zakat payers.
3. As par the plan no model been prepared for centralized zakat system.
4. The AICMEU’S Bait Al Zakat has collected total amount of Rs. 2,87,013/- from over 200 members and helped the poor & needy members of the community in various form of aids worth amounting Rs. 2,15,120.
J. MAHARASHTRA TALIMI COUNCIL
The survey work of Urdu medium schools of Maharashtra been carried out and the publication work could not been done for incomplete survey.
K. AICMEU’S BABA E QAUM MEDICAL SERVICES TRUST.
1. No medical service camp been organized nor any first aid boxes been provided to schools for lack of fund.
2. The publication of medical guidebook on prevention of health suffered for fund.
3. The compilation of guidebook on medical experts could not proceed for lack of reource person for the specified work.
4. The charitable dispensary at Govandi has provided medical treatment at charitable rates to 3,044 patients.