Hyderabad: Mr. AK Khan, Advisor to Govt. on Minorities Affairs advised the youths to have lofty ideals and to work hard to achieve them. He was addressing the felicitation function of his son, Mr. Muzammil Khan who stood first in Civil Service Examination in the State. The function was arranged at Urdu Maskan by the outfit of Tameer-e-Millat, Muslim Students’ and Youth Organization yesterday.
Continuing his speech, Mr. Khan told that the circumstances which led to the formation of Tameer-e-Millat still exist. We should ponder over the situation and carve our way how to adjust ourselves.
On this occasion, he pointed out the background for the establishment of residential schools for minorities. He said that every section of society has a right to get facilities from the Govt. but we do not know how to achieve our goals.
Mr. Syed Jaleel Ahmed, President of Tameer-e-Millat in his presidential remarks told that human being is superior to angels. Islam has given very much importance to the acquisition of knowledge. Today, globalization is posing many challenges.
Dr. Amerullah Khan, Director, Civil Service Examination Academy of MANUU told that Civil Service Examination is very interesting. Whether a candidate achieves his goal or not this examination casts its impression on the life of the candidates.
Mr. Shahnawaz Qasim, IPS, Joint Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad told that our youths should struggle in their lives to achieve success. He mentioned the lives of the persons who initiated Ali Baba and Amazon websites.
Present on this occasion were Dr. Mohammed Mustaq Ali, Mr. Ziauddin Nayyar, Mr. Mateenuddin Qadri, member, TSPSC and others. Mr. Mohammed Moizuddin welcomed the guests. Prof. Zainuddin Naveed conducted the meeting. Mr. Mohammed Saleem Khan, President Muslim Students’ and Youths Organization proposed vote of thanks.