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Welcome to AICMEU

ALL INDIA COUNCIL OF MUSLIM ECONOMIC UPLIFTMENT LTD

 

(A)  THE MAIN OBJECTIVES OF THE TRUST:

 

1.      To promote the Educational, Social, Economic and general welfare of the people.

 

2.      To arrange for the study and research of the teaching and practice of Islam in the first instance and allied thought and action, with a view to  affect the thought and action of millions in India and thereby help them to attain or maintain peaceful, harmonious and happy social relations without hatred or violence of any kind.

 

3.      To establish centers of study and Research and propagate Islamic Economic Doctrines and techniques of action. Credit mechanism with special reference to the principle of Interest free Banking and finances to the society.

 

4.      To provide information, counsel and assistance in this field to teaching, social, financial and other institutions or person in the form of research fellowship, travel grants, library books and equipments and act as co-coordinating Centre.

 

(B)      OBJECTS INCIDENTAL OR ANCILLARY TO THE ATTAINMENT OF THE MAIN OBJECTS.

 

5.      To make provision for training of selected persons for the purpose of the fulfillment and carrying of the objectives of the Company;

 

6.      To publish journals, books, booklets, literature; etc., and such other communication media material for the propagation of Company objectives with special reference to their application to the current social, economic an national problems;

 

7.      To publish the approved research materials including the thesis of the research scholars or such other materials collected or obtained from national and international resources;

 

8.      To establish and maintain contacts between institutions and persons in India and abroad working on the objectives of the Company;

 

9.      To accept donation, subscription and grants in cash or kind from the public, institution and Government for achieving the objects of the Company;

 

10.  To purchase, take on lease, construct any immovable or moveable property for the use of the Company;

 

11.  To encourage settlement of disputes by Arbitrators and to act as or nominate arbitrators and/or umpire in transaction in which any member of the company is concerned or between parties connected with the objects of the Company and agreeing to abide by the decision or award of such arbitrators and/or umpires;

 

12.  To sell, exchange, lease, grant, licenses and other rights over and to improve, manage, develop, mortgage, turn to account or in any other manner deal with or dispose of the undertaking, property, assets, rights, and effects of the Company or any part thereof, for such consideration as the Company may think fit, and in particular for shares, debentures or securities of the Company;

 

13.  To enter into arrangement with any Government or authority supreme, municipal, local or otherwise or any person or company that may seem conducive to the Council’s objects or any of them and to obtain from the Government authority, person or company any rights, charters, contracts, license and concession which the council may think it desirable to obtain and to carry out, exercise and comply therewith either itself or through its members;

 

14.  To pay out of funds of the Company all expenses which the Company may lawfully pay with respect to the promotion, formation and registration of the Council;

 

15.  To lend, advance money or to give credit to such persons or companies and on such terms as may seem expedient and to guarantee the performance of any contract or obligation and the payments of money or by any such persons or companies and generally to give guarantees and indemnities;

 

16.  The exercise all or any of its corporate powers; rights and privileges and to conduct its activities in all or any of its branches in the Union of India and in any or all states, territories, possession, colonies and dependency thereof and in any or foreign countries, and for this purpose to have and to discontinue such number of offices and agencies therein as may be convenient;

 

17.  To procure the company to be registered or recognized in any part of the World;

 

18.  To do all and everything necessary, suitable or proper for the accomplishment of any other purpose or the attainment of any of the objects or the furtherance of any of the powers herein before set froth, either alone or in association with other Corporate Bodies, Firms, or individual and to do every other act or acts, thing or things incidental or appurtenant to, or growing out of, connected with the aforesaid objects or powers of any part or parts thereof; provided the same be not inconsistent with the law of the Union of India;

 

19.      The surplus or profit, if any, made by the Company the same shall not be distributed in any way among the members.

 

WORK PLAN

 (For the year 2009-10)

Dated - Friday, April 24, 2009

 

The Year 2009 - 10  being 26th year of AICMEU's working,  we propose to have a historical review, assessment and planning for future so that the organization may achieve success in its basic objectives.  

 

 1.      Historical Review:

It is proposed to hold a special meeting of trustees and members of the Governing Board to review the basic objectives, work performances and plans of AICMEU before framing strategic plan for future.

 

2.      Silver Jubilee Celebration

Being 26th year of Working, the year 2009-10 will be marked as silver jubilee celebration year for AICMEU. In this regard following scheduled programme is proposed.

 

a.      Publishing 25 years work report in a souvenir.

b.      Vision Document of AICMEU for 2030.

c.      Workshop on Economic Development of Indian Muslims.

 

3.      Vision Document of Indian Muslims

After Sachar committee Report, much has been said about socio – economic and educational deprivation of Indian Muslims, but the community has still to make a vision document for its own development. Thus AICMEU proposes to prepare a vision document for Indian Muslims and release it on the occasion of our silver jubilee and even hold a workshop of prominent Muslim leaders from all walks of life including NGOs, intellectuals, scientists, entrepreneurs, Aalims, Muslim IAS officials and Vice-chancellors, and also genuine political leaders etc.

 

4.      Strengthening the divisional and Zonal Committees

It is proposed to reorganize the zonal and divisional committees. In this regard it is important to note that henceforth all works related to educational development shall be executed through Indian Literacy Mission (ILM) Trust, thus AICMEU will have their nominated members in ILM to take care of the priorities and agendas of AICMEU.

 

5.      Multi State Cooperative Credit Society

As a plan to extend services of AICMEU’s Baitulmal Cooperative Credit Society Ltd., to other parts of India, it is proposed to register a Multi State Cooperative Credit Society called Sahyog to promote interest free banking and Finance in India.

 

6.      Formation of Self Help Groups for promoting Micro Finance

With an objective to promote Micro Finance among poor and vulnerable living in and around Mumbai, It is proposed to develop the work of Self Help Group Scheme for people of Mumbai, Mumbai suburb and Thane Districts.

 

7.      Introduction of Islamic Micro Finance Products

Considering the scope of Islamic Micro Finance, it is proposed to design innovative products in Islamic Micro Finance to allow Islamic Financial Institutions and Micro Finance institutions to launch Islamic Micro Finance products for those who wish to abide by Islamic Shariah.

 

8.      Advancement of online employment database programme

It is proposed to complete the pending work of upgrading online employment database programme to benefit the employers and jobseekers through www.login4job.com . It is also proposed that same portal will be promoted in and around Mumbai.

 

9.      Promotion of Tehrik E Zakat India

Beside extending monthly contribution to 150 widows and other financial aids to poor and needy through AICMEU’s Bait Al Zakat, it is planned to promote the concept of Centralized Zakat System in India by following means –

 

a.      Publish and distribute at least 4,000 booklets on centralized Zakat system.

b.      Publish at least 10 articles in newspapers / magazines and journals.

c.      Organize regional workshops on Centralized Zakat System

d.      Launch campaign and enroll at least 100 members of Tehrik E Zakat India.

 

10. Addition of ten more computers at AICMEU’s J. R. Career centre

Proposed to add one server with ten Thin client for students of MS – CIT at AICMEU’s J. R. Career centre.

 

11. Rehabilitation of at least 50 more physically challenged persons

It is proposed to rehabilitate / provide equipments to at least 50 handicap applicants under AICMEU’s HHF Rehabilitation schemes. It is also proposed that due initiative will be taken to promote this scheme in corporate sector so that extra resources could be mobilized. Efforts will also be made to develop cooperation and coordination with Government institutions / organizations. It is also proposed that due initiative will be made to mobilize financial resources from corporate sector, government and non government organizations for this scheme.

 

12. Entrepreneurship Development Programme

It is proposed that Entrepreneurship Development Programme will be conducted with help of Government and private organizations to impart entrepreneurship skill among community youths and to help them promote their businesses after proper training.   

 

Dr. M. I. Bagsiraj

Hon. Secretary General

AICMEU

Previous Annual Work Plans

About Us

AICMEU - All India Council of Muslim Economic Upliftment is non Government social service organization registered as

Non  Profit charitable company under Indian Companies Act 1956  View Certificate

(vide No. 28920 / 82) and

 

as a public trust registered under Bombay Public Trust Act 1950    View Certificate     

(vide No. E - 10118 (B) / 85)

 

Article & Memorandum of Association (as registered)

 

Article & Memorandum of Association (as amended)

 

Trustees & Members of the Governing Board of AICMEU

 

Office Address

 

ALL INDIA COUNCIL OF MUSLIM ECONOMIC UPLIFTMENT LTD.

Head Office:- 1st Floor, Vazir Building, 179, I. R. Road, Mumbai, India – 400 003

Tel. Nos. - + 91 – 22 – 2347 8329 / 2347 6497         

Fax No. :- +91 – 22 – 2347 8884

Mobile - 91 98202 55784 (Dr. Rahmatullah - Managing Trustee)

E Mail aicmeus@yahoo.com

Legal Advisor

Advocate Shaikh Shakeel Ahmed

(M.A., L.L.M)

Address: -

9A, Syed House, 124 Veer Savarkar Marg,

Mahim, Mumbai 400016

Tel: - 091 – 22 - 24464024 / 91 9820131867

Internal Auditors

M/s Mukadam & Associates

(Chartered Accountants)

Address: -

Block M-104-A, Anand Estate, 189- A,

Sane Guruji Marg, Chinchpokali (W) 400011.

Tel: - 091 – 22 - 23001840 / 23073055 / 91 9820298210

 Bankers for AICMEU

Bank details for all sorts of receipts / donations from within India

 

1)  State Bank of India

Byculla Branch, Mumbai – 400 008.

 

2) The Union Bank of India.

I. R. Road Branch, Mumbai – 400 003.

Account No. - 318702010033271

IFSC / RTGS No.- UBIN 0531871

 

3) AICMEU’s Baitulmal Cooperative Credit Society Ltd.

Head Office, 179, I. R. Road, Mumbai – 400 003.

Funding Partners of AICMEU                                                                        View List

Other Important Registration Numbers

1) Income Tax Exemption under 80 G of IT Act 1961                               View Certificate

    Vide No. DIT (E) MC/80G/1168/2009-10 valid from 12.11.2009 onwards

2) PAN (Permanent Account Number) – AAATA0341A                             View Certificate

3) Registered under 12 A vide No. INS/24127

All sorts of receipts / donations from outside India would be accepted only through following FCRA Account.

 

4) FCRA permission order number - 083781006.                                       View Certificate

Vide Circular No. II/21022/68(021)2005-FCRA-III dated 13.04.2005

FCRA Account No. - 318701010037178

Banker's Name - Union Bank of India,

Branch - Null Bazar branch, Mumbai, India –400003.

SWIFT code : UBININBBOPH

IFSC code    : UBIN8537871

Beneficiaries

 (For the year 2009-10)

Dated - Friday, April 24, 2009

 

The Year 2009 - 10  being 26th year of AICMEU's working,  we propose to have a historical review, assessment and planning for future so that the organization may achieve success in its basic objectives.  

 

 1.      Historical Review:

It is proposed to hold a special meeting of trustees and members of the Governing Board to review the basic objectives, work performances and plans of AICMEU before framing strategic plan for future.

 

2.      Silver Jubilee Celebration

Being 26th year of Working, the year 2009-10 will be marked as silver jubilee celebration year for AICMEU. In this regard following scheduled programme is proposed.

 

a.      Publishing 25 years work report in a souvenir.

b.      Vision Document of AICMEU for 2030.

c.      Workshop on Economic Development of Indian Muslims.

 

3.      Vision Document of Indian Muslims

After Sachar committee Report, much has been said about socio – economic and educational deprivation of Indian Muslims, but the community has still to make a vision document for its own development. Thus AICMEU proposes to prepare a vision document for Indian Muslims and release it on the occasion of our silver jubilee and even hold a workshop of prominent Muslim leaders from all walks of life including NGOs, intellectuals, scientists, entrepreneurs, Aalims, Muslim IAS officials and Vice-chancellors, and also genuine political leaders etc.

 

4.      Strengthening the divisional and Zonal Committees

It is proposed to reorganize the zonal and divisional committees. In this regard it is important to note that henceforth all works related to educational development shall be executed through Indian Literacy Mission (ILM) Trust, thus AICMEU will have their nominated members in ILM to take care of the priorities and agendas of AICMEU.

 

5.      Multi State Cooperative Credit Society

As a plan to extend services of AICMEU’s Baitulmal Cooperative Credit Society Ltd., to other parts of India, it is proposed to register a Multi State Cooperative Credit Society called Sahyog to promote interest free banking and Finance in India.

 

6.      Formation of Self Help Groups for promoting Micro Finance

With an objective to promote Micro Finance among poor and vulnerable living in and around Mumbai, It is proposed to develop the work of Self Help Group Scheme for people of Mumbai, Mumbai suburb and Thane Districts.

 

7.      Introduction of Islamic Micro Finance Products

Considering the scope of Islamic Micro Finance, it is proposed to design innovative products in Islamic Micro Finance to allow Islamic Financial Institutions and Micro Finance institutions to launch Islamic Micro Finance products for those who wish to abide by Islamic Shariah.

 

8.      Advancement of online employment database programme

It is proposed to complete the pending work of upgrading online employment database programme to benefit the employers and jobseekers through www.login4job.com . It is also proposed that same portal will be promoted in and around Mumbai.

 

9.      Promotion of Tehrik E Zakat India

Beside extending monthly contribution to 150 widows and other financial aids to poor and needy through AICMEU’s Bait Al Zakat, it is planned to promote the concept of Centralized Zakat System in India by following means –

 

a.      Publish and distribute at least 4,000 booklets on centralized Zakat system.

b.      Publish at least 10 articles in newspapers / magazines and journals.

c.      Organize regional workshops on Centralized Zakat System

d.      Launch campaign and enroll at least 100 members of Tehrik E Zakat India.

 

10. Addition of ten more computers at AICMEU’s J. R. Career centre

Proposed to add one server with ten Thin client for students of MS – CIT at AICMEU’s J. R. Career centre.

 

11. Rehabilitation of at least 50 more physically challenged persons

It is proposed to rehabilitate / provide equipments to at least 50 handicap applicants under AICMEU’s HHF Rehabilitation schemes. It is also proposed that due initiative will be taken to promote this scheme in corporate sector so that extra resources could be mobilized. Efforts will also be made to develop cooperation and coordination with Government institutions / organizations. It is also proposed that due initiative will be made to mobilize financial resources from corporate sector, government and non government organizations for this scheme.

 

12. Entrepreneurship Development Programme

It is proposed that Entrepreneurship Development Programme will be conducted with help of Government and private organizations to impart entrepreneurship skill among community youths and to help them promote their businesses after proper training.   

 

Dr. M. I. Bagsiraj

Hon. Secretary General

AICMEU

Previous Annual Work Plans

 

AICMEU’S EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE CENTRE

 

25 Years Performance Report (198-85 to 2008-09)

Considering the fact that around 25% unemployment in the Indian labour market is only due to lack of information about suitable placement opportunities; in way back 1984-85, AICMEU initiated to arrange and disseminate employment information services to local jobseekers and enterprises. Considering the poor experiences of jobseekers in terms of facing interviews and proving their worthiness for suitable job opportunities, AICMEU feel the need to cater guidance and training services to the jobseekers. Thus we organized a number of workshops, seminars, symposiums, refreshers training and guidance Programme during the years we have served the community. A brief outline of such services may be viewed hereunder: -

Nature of Programme

Title of The Programme

Place

Year / Date of Programme

Attendance

Workshop

Developing a working model of an Employment Centre

Mumbai

1985

100

Symposium

Self Employment Opportunities

Mumbai

1986

75

Workshop

Launch your Sales Career

Mumbai

31.07.1989

To

05.08.1989

70

Workshop

Self Employment Training Programme

Calcutta

Dec. 10, 1989

To

Jan. 13, 1990

65

Workshop

Three week Programme on Salesmanship

Calcutta

Aug. 17, 1990

96

Refresher’s Course

Practical Accounting

Mumbai

Jan. 7, 1991

To

Jan. 19, 1991

45

Seminar

Self Employment Opportunities  - Support Service of the Govt. and Semi Govt. Agencies for Business and Industries

ST. Xavier’s College, Calcutta

Jan. 30, 1994

200

Training Programme

AICMEU’s Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) in collaboration with the Muslim Institute Calcutta

Calcutta

May 30, 1994

to

June 30, 1994

150

Weekly Programme

How to prepare resume and face Interviews?

Mumbai

April 2003 to

March 2004

641

Weekly Programme

How to prepare resume and face Interviews?

Mumbai

April 2004 to

March 2009

289

Total Participants in various programme during last 25 years

1731

Beside these programmes it was also felt that there should be at least one centre where the jobseekers could get some information and guidance for job opportunities whereas the enterprises could use the pool of jobseekers to select suitable manpower for their works. Thus AICMEU in way back 1984-85, established a Centre at Bhendi Bazar in the heart of Mumbai city to facilitate the jobseekers to hunt for jobs and employers get suitable personal for their works. This motivated the people of Calcutta and Kanpur to work on same pattern.  During last 25 years (1984-85 to 2008-09) our Centre registered 19,686 jobseekers, whereas local employers asked for suitable personals to fill up 18,441 vacancies in their enterprises. In response, we organized 35,050 interviews calls and successfully placed 8,131 candidates at local employment market in the unorganized sector. The year wise statistical report of the centre is mentioned in the following table. We also provided counseling and guidance services to train 1,731 job applicants so that they could appear before job interviews in a better way–

Fiscal Years

Candidates Registered

Vacancies Received

No. of Interviews

Beneficiaries of Vocational Guidance

No. of Placements

1984-85

208

126

75

100

15

1985-86

212

175

105

75

21

1986-87

286

196

123

-

25

1987-88

391

126

117

-

23

1988-89

383

211

240

135

48

1989-90

611

276

1,012

96

202

1990-91

1,182

702

2,715

45

543

1991-92

1,139

439

1,697

-

339

1992-93

1,222

1,004

3,102

-

620

1193-94

1,332

987

2,856

350

543

1194-95

1,645

1,135

756

-

438

1195-96

1,152

1,047

832

-

537

1196-97

965

1,502

1,766

-

422

1997-98

966

1,353

1,702

-

502

1998-99

840

1,322

2,048

-

366

1999-00

792

391

1,279

-

337

2000-01

821

887

1,735

-

363

2001-02

780

945

1,344

-

418

2002-03

1,262

932

3,041

-

447

2003-04

974

1,297

3,040

641

512

2004-05

628

751

1,647

-

354

2005-06

603

1,191

1,659

-

331

2006-07

406

511

835

144

219

2007-08

215

315

360

88

127

2008-09

671

620

964

57

379

Total

19,686

18,441

35,050

1,731

8131

With help of some activists in overseas job markets, AICEMU got information about some genuine job opportunities in Gulf Market. With help of Personal Export Organizations, we managed to run overseas jobseekers club whereby we assisted 35 persons to got jobs in gulf countries on free of charges. Beside this we have also been assisting a few national / international recruitment agencies in conducting interviews and job training Programmes. We have been proud to serve the HRD Dean to conduct interview Programme for recruiting staff for International Telecom University, Kaulalampur, Malaysia.

Considerable during last 25 years some of the jobseekers placed through AICMEU’s Employment Information and Vocational Guidance Centre got not only got suitable job opportunity but with their ability and courage, after gaining experiences, they have wither moved to higher managerial post or have started their own small scale enterprises.

After serving the local jobseekers and employers in the unorganized sector for over 20 years, we at AICMEU felt the need of developing an internet based employment programme for the jobseekers and employers associated with focus in the unorganized sector. So, the process initiated and development works begin in year 2003 and we finally developed a job portal in the name of www.login4job.Com to spread the services to other places as well with the help of social activists and NGOs. This is different from job portals managed by many MNCs in a manner that with the help of social activists and NGOs, it is supposed to serve even the illiterate workers because we have added job information centre in the portal where NGOs and social activists could work as Hon. Counselors for the jobseekers to fill up their profiles and disseminate relative job information to them. Though this database programme was first launched on 26th January 2005, after some technical errors / disturbances, the programme re-started its working w.e.f. 14th March 2005.

During 14th March 2005 to 31st March 2009, it induced total 9,432 job applicants register for job information, while total 2,190 vacancies posted by 173 employers. However, the system flashed over 19,000 e mails to employer and equal numbers to jobseekers about probability of suitable matches. In during this period 210 persons / organizations took interest to help the local people through our portal www.login4job.com . There list and details are available as Info Centres on website.

After running for over four years, this database programme noticed some constraints like not able to filter data on basis on location, additional qualification and specialization in trade and services. So, at present this programme is being upgraded to enable the admin filter relevant data on base of these parameters as well. Hopefully by December 2009, the database programme will be upgraded to serve the job market in even better way.

Services

To economically uplift the community under the guidelines of Islamic economics, the organization has been working in the following fields and served more than 161 thousand members of the community during last 25 years (1984-85 to 2008-09). During last 25 years we established few institutions and service units to render the needful services.

  1. Interest free deposits and credits through AICMEU's Baitulmal Cooperative Credit Society Ltd.

  2. Employment Information & Vocational Guidance through Employment Centre and www.login4job.com

  3. Computer Education and Training at AICMEU's J. R. Career Centre.

  4. General Education and Remedial Coaching at our sponsored and adopted Schools.

  5. Rehabilitation to physically and Economically Challenged with help of IMRC, USA and HHF, USA.

  6. Technical. Education and Training Services through ITI Courses

  7. Educational Aid / Scholarships through Adoption Scheme

  8. Administration of Zakat Funds through AICMEU's Bait Al Zakat

  9. Promotion of the concept of Centralized Zakat System through Tehrik E Zakat, India.

  10. Relief Services after natural disaster by providing aid and assistance for rehabilitation.

  11. Medical & Clinical Services through AICMEU's Baba E Qaum Medical Services Trust.

  12. Information & Guidance through published materials AICMEU's Newsletter and other publications.

  13. Capacity Building Programmes through Camps, Seminars  & Work shops

  14. Promotion of NGOs through Community Coordination Initiatives.

  15. Business Services through Islamic Chamber of Commerce & Industry, India. & www.vyaparindia.com

  16. Food Relief 2024.



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Brief 25 Years Activity Report of AICMEU

 

Annual Work Report of AICMEU

(For the year 2009 – 10)

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

 

A.     Organizational Development

 

1.      Historical Review of AICMEU

On Monday, 29th June 2009 the members of the Governing Board of AICMEU met to make historical review the working of AICMEU. After discussion and evaluation of AICMEU’s 25 years performance they resolved that AICMEU should revamp its basic and old schemes like employment information and vocational guidance, Help handicap rehabilitation scheme, and centralized zakat system; improve the institutional services of computer centre; and phase out the services of general education, scholarship scheme and technical education. In future the schemes related to general education would be executed through Indian Literacy Mission Trust.

 

2.      Silver Jubilee Celebration

To arrange required fund to hold the Silver Jubilee Progarmmes of AICMEU, the Hon. Treasurer, Mr. Etibar Shah Rahim Khan has launched Silver Jubilee Fund with his own contribution of Rs. 10,000/-. There has been no progress in other planned works like preparing Vision Document of Indian Muslims and holding workshop on Economic Development of Indian Muslims. Similarly the task to strengthen the zonal and divisional committees for AICMEU has not been taken up.

 

3.      Multi – State Cooperative Credit Society.

Since registration of AICMEU to economically uplift the weaker sections of the society in accordance with Islamic Economic Principles, there was need of a sharia compliant financial institution which resulted into the formation of AICMEU’s Baitulmal Coop. Credit Society Ltd. under the Maharashtra cooperative Act in 1984. In spite of its successful operation, AICMEU realized inherent weakness in terms of its area of operation (limited to Mumbai only) and lack of provision to invite funds and declare dividend (Halal profits) on investment deposits. This compelled AICMEU to search for an alternative. It was in the year 1997 when the first attempt was made to convert AICMEU’s Baitulmal into a multi state society, but after continuous efforts, the proposal was returned back with one instruction or other. Lastly AICMEU was asked to re-apply under the new Multi-state Cooperative Societies Act 2002.

 

After three modified submissions, finally Janseva Cooperative Credit Society Ltd. has been registered under Multi State Cooperative Societies Act 2002 (39 of 2002) on dated 15th day of March 2010 vide registration Number MSCS/CR/335/2010 by the Central Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India.

 

Though the registered office of the Janseva Cooperative Credit Society Ltd. is again in Mumbai, the society shall work in the following twelve states of India –

 

1) Andhra Pradesh,          2) Bihar,                                 3) Chattisgarh,

4) Delhi,                            5) Karnataka,                         6) Madhya Pradesh,

7) Maharashtra,                8) Orissa,                               9) Rajasthan,

10) Tamil Nadu,                11) Uttar Pradesh and           12) West Bengal.

 

4.      Promotion of Self-Help Groups for promoting of Micro Finance

Considering the potential of Mahila Arthink Vikas Mahamdal (MAVIM) - a semi government organ for poverty alleviation through SHG Bank linkages scheme, AICMEU entered into an agreement with MAVIM to facilitate SHG among poor Muslim women to enable them avail benefits from such micro finance schemes. 

 

AICMEU has developed 36 groups comprised of 508 members in Mumbai by March 2010. Eighteen groups after attaining age of maturity got interest free revolving fund of Rs. 10,000 each from MAVIM. We have also arranged 7 vocational programs to provide financial literacy and leadership development training to SHG’s members.

 

Though this scheme bears interest after considering the inadequate alternative system, the office bearers of AICMEU not only busy in developing alternative Islamic Micro Finance Model for poor Indian women, but also taking active part in advocacy of Islamic Banking at national level in coordination with other organizations.

 

5.      Introduction of Islamic Micro Finance Products

The designing and introduction of Islamic Micro Finance Products has been under progress and expectedly will be introduced soon with inception of its working module by Janseva Cooperative Credit Society Ltd.

 

B.     Employment Information and Vocational Guidance

 

At AICMEU’s Employment Information and Vocational Guidance Centre during 2009-10 we registered 969 jobseekers against 654 vacancies. We provided interview related tips to 135 jobseekers and arranged 1,357 interviews to successfully place 442 jobseekers in local employment market with salary ranging between Rs. 3,000 to Rs. 15,000 per month. The monthly performance of the centre is as below –

Months

Registered Jobseekers

Vacant Posts

Candidates interviewed

No. of Placement

Trained candidates

April 2009

95

81

40

20

10

May 2009

62

95

29

22

15

June 2009

98

83

27

51

20

July 2009

90

61

60

26

10

August 2009

69

44

48

20

0

September 2009

28

49

20

15

0

October 2009

100

82

172

45

0

November 2009

82

25

246

37

0

December 2009

84

18

118

68

0

January 2010

93

29

183

42

60

February 2010

69

33

209

40

20

March 2010

99

54

205

56

0

Total

969

654

1357

442

35

 

Compared to year 2008-09, the centre has registered growth rate of 44.4% in registered job applicants and 16.4% in placement of jobseekers after interviews. In year 2008-09 only 379 applicants were placed in the market from total 671 registered job applicants. IN 2008-09 only 57 applicants were guided but in 2009-10 total 135 candidates received tips about facing interviews. However the growth rate in receipt of vacancies is just 5.5% because in 2009-10 we received 654 vacancies compared to 620 in year 2008-09.   During 2009-10 we collected Rs. 48,450 as registration fees. Rs. 5,000 was collected as Employer’s club membership fees while Rs. 5,000 was collected as donation.

 

It has been realized that advancement of www.login4job.com need at least one qualified and experienced management graduate in human resource with IT background which is not affordable in our stipulated budget. Thus the planned work to advance the online employment database programme was not taken by anyone. Without advancement of the program, there was no scope to promote it in and around Mumbai.

 

C. Educational Development:

Under the plan to continue the Support and assistance to Indian Literary Mission for development of Sadia Public School, at Mumbra, Thane, AICMEU provided monthly monetary aid worth Rs. 49,500 for rent of School Building and scholarship aid worth Rs. 1,13,200 for students.  After Mr. Mohammad Basheer, the management of Iqra Model School, Gawra Chowki, Gonda has been headed by Dr. Ahmad Ali. Besides supplementing aid of Rs. 6,000 to Dr. Ahmed Ali, AICMEU also transferred the received aid of Rs. 1,96,592 (including bank charges) to school’s bank account for promotion of Iqra Modeel School.  

 

D. Scholarships

During 2009-10, though no new scholarship form has been issued, the following seven students have received scholarships under process to continue the adoption scheme till completion of courses by adopted students.

 

ASD I.D.NO.

Name of the Students

Courses

Amount in Rs.

ASD/M/06/06

Ms. Mohammadi Sumaiya Fatima

MBBS

24,000

ASD/M/07/06

Ms. Uzma Shaheen Hussain Khan

MBBS

24,000

ASD/M/08/06

Mr. Ahmad Rasa Kirmani

B.Sc.

12,000

ASD/M/01/08

Ms. Pathan Fatema Begum

MBBS

24,175

ASD/E/05/08

Mr. Syed Mudassar Ali

BE (Mech.)

21,775

ASD/E/06/08

Mr. Huzaifa Rashid Ansari

BE (Elect.)

24,175

ASD/M/01/09

Mr. Sayed Mohd. Zubair

PG (Med.)

50,000

Total amount disbursed under ASD adoption scheme

Rs. 1,80,125

 

Besides helping the above students, AICMEU provided scholarship aid worth Rs. 1,13,200 to Sadia Urdu Primary & High School, Mumbra. During 2009-10 we scholarship refunds worth Rs. 17,251 was received from two ASD Graduates making total refunds worth Rs. 3,49,401 with balance of Rs. 40,59,643 due for recovery.   

 

During the year with completion of MBBS and B.Sc by Ms. Pathan Fatema Begum and Mr. Ahmad Rasa Kirmani respectively, the number of ASD graduates increased to 156 whereas active student’s strength reduced to 9.

 

E. Computer Education and Training

During April 2009 to March 2010, total 238 (312-74) new students took admissions in different computer courses with 29 drop outs, 177 pass outs and 28 failure cases in their respective examinations.  42 students out of 74 admitted in 2008-09 passed out NCPUL’s one year diploma in CAM-DTP. 7 students passed 6 months course in Computer Accountancy and Office Automation whereas 65 students qualified 3 months MS-CIT course.  63 more students have passed short term private courses.

 

We owe heartiest thanks to M/s. Yafer and M/s. Niton Valves for their kind financial aid for arrangement of ten new computers with thin client at our AICMEU’s J. R. Career Centre. It helped us improve the infrastructure at AICMEU’s J. R. Career Centre enabling us enroll more students for computer courses.

 

Since 2000-01 at AICMEU’s J. R. Career Centre more than 1,500 students have been enrolled. With 200 drop out, total 1,268 students have passed respective courses. Aroudn 100 more students have to appear in their final examinations. The year wise performance of the centre with regard to admission and pass outs is mentioned in flowing table.

 

 

Performance of AICMEU’s J. R. Career Centre during 2000-01 to 2009-10

Year

NCPUL’s CAM-DTP

CAO & MS-CIT

Certificate Courses

Total Trainees

Enrol.

Pass

Drop

Enrol.

Pass

Drop

Enrol.

Pass

Drop

Enrol.

Pass

Drop

2000-01

69

55

14

-

-

-

20

20

-

89

75

14

2001-02

54

40

14

-

-

-

25

25

-

79

65

14

2002-03

60

45

15

-

-

-

35

35

-

95

80

15

2003-04

59

47

11

-

-

-

22

22

-

81

69

11

2004-05

64

55

9

18

18

-

73

73

-

155

146

9

2005-06

49

31

19

31

11

20

102

102

-

182

144

39

2006-07

50

24

26

22

19

1

189

189

 

261

232

27

2007-08

69

51

11

19

6

3

148

147

1

236

204

14

2008-09

74

42

32

32

21

11

51

51

-

157

114

43

2009-10

62

*

8

108*

76

6

63

63

-

233

139

14

Total

610

390

159

230

151

41

728

727

1

1568

1268

200

*Exam will be in the month of July 10

 

There had been no progress with regard to planned work of organizing entrepreneurship development programmes, 

 

F. Movement on Zakah Administration

To help Tehrik E Zakat, India promote the concept of Centralized Zakat System in India, we initiated publication of Annual Journal (Salanah Mujallah) comprising featured articles and activity report of Tehrik E Zakat India. Total 4,000 copies were printed and distributed among the Zakat payers and social activists.  The copies of Salanah Mujallah 2009 (Annaul Journal 2009) of Tehrik E Zakat India were widely acknowledged by Zakat payers and social activist. The articles of this Mujallah has been reprinted by leading Urdu Newspapers in India like Inquilab, Urdu Times and Dawat etc. The Mujallah created stir and social activists arranged follow up programs to constitute centralized Zakat funds.

 

Besides promoting the concept of Centralized Zakat System, AICMEU’s Bait Al Zakat administer the Zakat funds, fitra and sacrificial contributed by subscribers of AICMEU. During April 2009 to March 2010, AICMEU’s Bait Al Zakat received amount of Rs. 8,04,815. With previous balance, amount of Rs. 9,90,825 spent during the year to benefit 774 families and 229 individuals. The annual income expenditure details are as following –

 

AICMEU's Baital Zakat

(Fiscal Year 2009-10)

Particulars

Incomes

Expenses

Beneficiaries

Donation

8,920

 

 

Fitra Collection

51,275

 

 

Misc. Income

100

 

 

Qurbani Collection

92,400

 

 

Zakat Collection

4,98,301

 

 

Zakat Conditional

1,53,819

 

 

Bank Charges

 

270

-

Business Aid

 

22,500

5 persons

Casual Aid

 

56,000

33 persons

Conveyance

 

5,115

-

Debt Relief

 

10,500

4 persons

Depreciation

 

256

-

Educational Aid

 

80,300

19 students

Fitra Distribution

 

73,725

374 families

Housing Aid

 

6,000

2 persons

Medical Aid

 

32,000

14 patients

Postage & Telegram

 

10,757

-

Printing & Stationery

 

1,781

-

Qurbani Expenses

 

87,800

400 families

Salaries & Bonus

 

45,000

1 staff

Staff Welfare

 

1,000

-

Stipend to Widows

 

5,76,000

151 persons

Telephone Charges

 

23

-

Excess of Expenditure Over Income

2,05,212

 

 

Total

10,10,027

10,10,027

1,003

 

G. Disabled Rehabilitation Scheme

During 2009 – 10 against plan to rehabilitate 50 handicaps, under AICMEU’s HHF Rehabilitation Scheme, we have provided interest free loans / financial aid worth Rs. 1,06,190 to economically rehabilitate 4 handicaps and to rebuild physical strength through equipment to 3 handicaps.

 

AICMEU’s HHF Rehabilitation Scheme

(Amount granted and paid during 2009-10)

Sl. No.

Name of Beneficiary

Applicant No.

Amount

(in Rs.)

Helped through supply of materials for rehabilitation

1

Zakir Nazir Inamdar

01/2009-10

20,000

Business of Radiator

2

Mohd. Hadis Md. Allav Ansari

07/2009-10

6,000

Through Caliper

3

Irfan Luqman Shaikh

09/2009-10

24,690

Business of Mobile Refilling

4

Mohammed Zahid Ansari

10/2009-10

6,000

Through Caliper

5

Iqbal Mohd. Husen Shaikh

12/2009-10

6,700

Vegetable business

6

Huda Khalim Shaikh            

13/2009-10

12,800

Hearing Aid

7

Afsana Anwar Mulla

14/2009-10

30,000

Tailoring material business

Total Amount disbursed to above 7 applicants

106,190

 

 

H. Community Coordination Initiative

During 2009-10 the Community Coordination Initiative, in coordination with MALWA Education Society, Indore arranged a two days Capacity Building Workshop for NGOs of Madhya Pradesh where 89 NGO’s representatives participated. CCI’s NGO Coordinator Mr. Adil Sayed added information about 200 Muslim NGOs into data base for future action. He also added various information on website http://communitycoordination.org for viewers update about Government Schemes.  He also attended a National Summit on SHG Federation at Madurai, Tamil Nadu, as organized by INFOS and DHAN Foundation.

 

Dr. M. I. Bagsiraj

Hon. Secretary General

AICMEU

Previous Annual Reports

  1. Annual Work Report 2008-09

  2. Annual Work Report 2007-08

  3. Annual Work Report 2006-07

  4. Annual Work Report 2005-06

  5. Annual Work Report 2004-05

  6. Annual Work Report 2003-04

  7. Annual Work Report 2002-03

  8. Annual Work Report 2001-02

  9. Annual Work Report 2000-01

Initiatives

Initiatives taken by AICMEU during 1984 to 2006

During Twenty three years AICMEU took the Initiatives to open and run the following Institutes -

1984-85

     I.   AICMEU’s Baitulmal Cooperative Credit Society Ltd.

2006-07     i. Sahyog Cooperative Credit Society (Multi State) under registration Process

 1984-85

 II.   AICMEU’s Employment Information & Vocational Guidance Centre

 

        i.      Overseas Jobseekers Club (Winded Up)

2005-06

     ii.      www.login4job.com

  iii.      Placement Club (For HR Recruitment Consultants)
iv.      Employers Club (For Local Employers of Greater Mumbai)

1985-86

III.      Awareness Programmes / Seminars / Symposiums / Workshops

 

About 30 Programmes have been conducted

 

IV.      Publications, Directories, Booklets, Newsletters, Pamphlets etc.

 

13 Directories and Booklets; several Newsletters and Pamphlets

 

   V.      Educational Development

 

1.        Technical Institutions & Computer Centres

1984-85

                  i.        AICMEU’s Technical Institute, Bandra (Winded up)

1984-85

                ii.        AICMEU’s Technical Institute, Bhiwandi (Winded up)

1984-85

             iii.        AICMEU’s Technical Institute, Mumbra (Winded up- 1997)

1985-86

              iv.        AICMEU’s Computer Centre (Winded Up)

1986-87

                v.        AICMEU’s Technical Institute, Trombay

 

              vi.        AICMEU’s Technical Institute, (Sewing Classes) Gonda.

1993-94

           vii.        AICMEU’s Technical Institute, Vaniyambadi (Winded Up)

 

         viii.        AICMEU’s Technical Institute, Kanpur (Winded UP)

 

              ix.        AICMEU’s Commercial Institute, Delhi (Winded UP)

 

                x.        AICMEU’s Women Polytechnic, Makanpur (Winded Up)

 

              xi.        AICMEU’s Technical Institute, Dharavi, Mumbai (Winded UP)

2000-01

           xii.        AICMEU’s J. R. Career Centre (Computer Division)

 

2.       General Education

1994-95

          i.            Iqra Model School, Gonda

1996-97

        ii.            J. R. Municipal School, Mumbai (Adopted)

2004-05

     iii.            Sadia Pubic School, Mumbra (Adopted)

 

   VI.        Scholarships

1984-85

          i.            IDB Scholarship Programme, (Coordination) West Zone

1995-96

        ii.            Scholarship Adoption Scheme (By institutions & individuals)

 

     iii.            Primary school Scholarships from Sahayta Trust (winded up)

 

VII.        Movement for Institutionalization of Zakah

1989-90

       vii.        Bait Al Zakah Rs. 92.2 Lakh disbursed to 16782 Beneficiaries

2000-01

     viii.        Tehrik-E-Zakah

 

   VIII.    Relief Works

1993-94

               vii.        Latur Earthquake Relief Works, Ambulance Service

2001-02

             viii.        Gujarat Earthquake Relief Works, Ambulance Service

2002-03

                  ix.        Gujarat Genocide Relief Rs. 96,000 aided

2005-06

                    x.        Mumbai 26/7 Rain Havoc Relief Works Spent Rs. 10 Lakhs

 

       IX.    Health & Hygiene

1989-90

       vii.        Hilal-E-Ahmar Ambulance Service (winded Up 2003)

1998-99

     viii.        Baba E Qaum Medical Services Trust

1998-99

          ix.        Govandi Charitable Dispensary (Temporarily Closed)

1998-03

            x.        Medical Check Up & Circumcision Camps (10)

2005-06

          xi.        Rehabilitation Scheme for Physically Handicapped (75 Beneficiaries)

 

           X.    Institutions Promoted by AICMEU

1998-99

           vii.      Islamic Chamber of Commerce & Industry, India

2003-04

         viii.        Federation of Indian NGO’s - Renamed in 2005-06 as Community Coordination Initiative (CCI)

1984-85

       XI.        Partnership and Co-operation with other institutions

 

           vii.    Islamic Development Bank, Jeddah

 

         viii.    Indian Muslim Relief Committee, U.S.A

 

              ix.    Universiti Telekon, Malaysia

 

                x.    American Federation of Muslims from India, U. S. A.

 

              xi.    Doctors for Global Relief, California, U. S. A.

 

           xii.    National Council for Promotion of Urdu Languages. New Delhi

 

         xiii.    Maulana Azad Education Foundation, New Delhi

 

         xiv.    Students Islamic Trust, New Delhi.

 

            xv.    Muslim Education Trust, New Delhi.

 

         xvi.    Sahayta Trust, Hyderabad, India.

 

       xvii.    All India Muslim Educational Movement, New Delhi.

 

    xviii.    Danishgah E Urdu Aligarh, U.P., India.

 

         xix.    Muslim Association for Advancement of Science, Aligarh.

2006-07

        XII.        Projects in the Pipe Line

 

        vii.        Institute of Socio–Economic Empowerment submitted to IDB Jeddah.

 

      viii.        Master Trainer’s Training Programme submitted to CCI.

 

           ix.        NGO’s Capacity Building Workshop submitted to CCI.

 

             x.        Rescue Operation for Farmers of Nanded District (Maharashtra) submitted to CCI.

 

When we recall our work, we feel we have done a lot but when we remember our responsibilities we realize that a lot remains to be done.

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Index Page

Basic Introduction about origin of AICMEU

References and Reading Materials on Islamic Economics and Economic status of Indian Muslims

Reading Material about Feqah on Zakah

Reading Material on Sadqah other than Zakah

Quranic Verses and hadith on Social Service in Islam

Community Initiative & Education of Muslims in Maharashtra

Muslim population distribution in 300 Districts of India

Paper on Zakat & Economic Empowerment of Indian Muslims

Interest Free Financial Institutions of India (IFFI's of India) in Crisis

Report on Indian Muslim NGO's Meet at Mumbai

Community Coordination Initiative (Federation of Muslim NGOs)

Figures on Profession wise Indian Muslim Workers

Figures on Industry wise Indian Muslim Workers

Justice Rajendra Sachar Committee Report about status of Indian Muslim

Plan for Economic Development of Indian Muslim

Objects  

Main as well as Ancillary Aims & Objects of AICMEU

Services

Interest free Banking Services through AICMEU Baitulmal Cooperative Credit Society Ltd.

General Educational at IQRA Model School, Gaura Chowki, Gonda

General Educational at Sadia Public School, Mumbra, Thane

Computer Education and Training Services at AICMEU J. R. Career Centre

Vocational Education & Training ( ITI Courses) At AICMEU Industrial Training Centre

Employment Information & Vocational Guidance Services

Internet based Employment Database services through www.login4job.com

AICMEU Bait L Zakat- Aid to needy & poor through Zakat Funds

Tehrik E Zakat, India - Promotion of Centralized zakat System

AICMEU Scholarship Division - Adoption of poor but meritorious professional students

Rehabilitation of Physically Challenged People through AICMEU HHF Rehabilitation Scheme

Economic Aid & Assistance for small enterprises

Monthly Stipend to widows

General Information services through publication of Newsletters, directories & booklets etc.

Work Report

Brief Annual Work Report of AICMEU

Annual Work reports of AICMEU for previous years

Beneficiaries

List of Beneficiaries under various schemes

Beneficiaries helped under Bait Al Zakat

Beneficiaries of Mumbai Flood Relief Camp

Beneficiaries of Economic rehabilitation after Mumbai Flood relief work

Beneficiaries of AICMEU HHF Rehabilitation Scheme

Graduates helped under Adoption Scheme by AICMEU Scholarship Division

Work Plan

Annual Work Plan of AICMEU for the year 2006-07

About Us

Official Documents of AICMEU

Indian Companies Act Registration Certificate

Bombay Public Trust Act certificate

Article & Memorandum of Association

Funding Partners of AICMEU

PAN Card certificate of AICMEU

Certification under 12 A Act

FCRA Permission Certificate

Budgets

Annual Budget Estimate for the year 2006-07

Audited Income & Expenditure Statement of AICMEU for the year 2005-06

List of Funding Agencies / Donors of helping AICMEU

Initiatives

Trusts / Societies opened up by AICMEU

Movements Launched by AICMEU

Studies / Surveys conducted by AICMEU

Current Survey / Study / research work under AICMEU

Members

List of AICMEU's General Body

List of AICMEU's Governing Board

Executive Council Members of AICMEU 

Staff members of AICMEU

Members

Present Members of the Governing Board of AICMEU

 

Trustees

 

Mr. H. B. Nawab Dr. Rahmatullah A. Ahad
Chairman - AICMEU Managing Trustee – AICMEU

Former Addl. Commissioner of Sales Tax

1st Floor, Vazir Building,

Flat No. 01, Mimar House, Plot No. 31,

179, I. R. Road, Mumbai – 400003

New Era Housing Society,

Tel. – 2347 8329 / 6497, 2347 8884

Market Yard, Pune - 411037

Mobile – 9820255784

Tel. – 9028345786 / 9890011604

E mail – drrahmat8@gmail.com

E mail – nawab.hb@gmail.com

 
   
Mr. Anwarali Sayed

Dr. M. Manzoor Alam

Sayed & Co. (Chartered Accountant)

Chairman I.O.S.

1st Floor, Nafees Chambers

Institute Building, Jogabai Extension,

Carnac Road, Crowford Market,

Jamia Nagar, New Delhi – 110025

Mumbai - 400 001

Tel. –26981187 (O),

Tel. 022 22610624 Mobile – 9821096080      

Mobile - 09810157494

 E Mail – assayed@rediffmail.com

E Mail - manzoor@del6.vsnl.net.in

 

 

Dr. Mohammad Zaki Kirmani

Maulana Reyaz Ahmad Khan      

Muslim Association for Advancement of Science

Flat No. 303 - 304,                         

Darul Fikr, Main Road, Iqra Colony

A- 20, Millat Nagar,              

New Sir Syed Nagar, Civil Lines

Andheri (West), Mumbai - 53  

Aligarh - 202002, U.P.

Tel.- 26361375       Fax:- 26329870

Tel.-0571-2401209(O), 2401496, 2408104 ®,

           

Mobile - 09358252805, 0571 - 3152805

 

E mail – kirmanimz@gmail.com

 

Patron Members (only elected)

Mr. Mukhtar Ahmad

Mr. Mukhtar Hussain

Venus Trading Corp.

India Printing House, 1st Flr.,

512, Loha Bhawan,

42, Ambekar Marg, Wadala (W),,

P. D. Mello Road,

Mumbai-400 031.

Mumbai – 400 009

 

Tel. - -23442762 (O),  9820127170 ©

 

E Mail - mukhtar1964@rediffmail.com

 
   
Dr. Ausaf Ahmad  
B-89 Sector 27  
Noida 201301 INDIA  
http://www.ausafahmad.info/  
E mail - ausafahmad2007@gmail.com  
Mobile - 09871726495  

Hon. Members (only Appointed)

Mr. Syed Hasan Akbar Sb.

Prof. M. Nejatullah Siddiqui

Almas House, New Friends Colony,

Al – Humaira

Sector -6, Janki Puram Ext.

Muzammil Manzil, Dodhpur,

Behind Delhi Public School,

Civil Lines, Aligarh

Lucknow - 226024, India

U.P. – 202 002

Tel. - 9839829797

Tel. - 9897808949

E mail – anafi2000@yahoo.com

E mail – mnsiddiqi@hotmail.com

   

Dr. Abdul Haseeb 

 

1002, Hicon Residency,

 

Off. Linking Road, Near Patwardhan Park,

 

Bandra West, Mumbai - 400050

 

Tel - 26432875 / 9819899806

 

E Mail – hasib@vsnl.net

 

Affiliate Members (only elected)

Mr. Abdul Ghani Atlaswala  

Dr. M. Ismail Shaikh

Halim Manzil, 64, Morland Road,

242, B- 14, Flat No. 503,

Bombay Central, Mumbai – 400 008

Millat Nagar, Andheri (W)

Tel. – 23081135 / 23072339 / 23096162

Mumbai – 400 059

Mobile - 9820132864

Tel.- 9820957937 / 26316118

   

Mr. Iqbal Hamid Memon (Officer)

 
Officer fashion Crafts  
118, Kashmiri Building, Opp. Hotel Zam Zam  
Nishanpada Road,  

Dongri,  Mumbai- 400 009.

 
Tel.- 64518181 / 9987001010 / 9820037130  

E mail – iqbalmemon1@hotmail.com

 

Subscribing Members (Only elected)

Dr. M. I. Bagsiraj

Mr. Munir Ahmad Khan Hussain Khan

Hon. Secretary General AICMEU Vice Chairman - AICMEU
Director-HRD Academy Amma Engineering

Baitul Ikhtiyar

2913, Mabruk, Kaut Ghat,

508, Shiv Basaba Nagar,

Dr. Bhabha Nagar, Nashik - 1

Sector – III, Belgaum – 10

Maharashtra, India

Karnataka – 560010

Tel. - 0253 2592 503 / 9373905562

Tel. – 0831 – 2471972 / 9845144470

E mail - alimkhan1@rediffmail.com 

E mail – mibagsiraj@gmail.com  

 

 

 

Mr. Etibar Shah Khan

 

Hon. Treasurer AICMEU  
President - All India Personnel Export Promotion Council  

Al Jadid Enterprises

 

31, Mittal Chamber

 

Nariman Point, Mumbai -21

 

Tel. - 22042407 / 22024660/22026370

 

E Mail – erkhan41@yahoo.co.in 

 


Office Bearers / Members of Executive Council of AICMEU


Some of Other Committed & Designated Committee Members

Name of Committee Member

Committee / Department

Designation

01. Prof. M. S. Faizy AICMEU's Baitulmal Coop. Cr. Society Ltd. Chairman
02. Mr. Fareed Shaikh AICMEU's Baitulmal Coop. Cr. Society Ltd. Secretary
03. Dr. P. M. Munshi AICMEU's Baitulmal Coop. Cr. Society Ltd. Treasurer
04. Maulana Abu Zafar Hassan Nadvi Tehrik E Zakat India President
05. Maulana Shoeb Koti Tehrik E Zakat India Hon. Secretary
06. Dr. Abdul Mobin Nadvi AICMEU's Bait Al Zakat Executive Chairman

AICMEU's General Body Members


Working staff strength of AICMEU

Contact

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