Skilled Craftsmen can’t lag behind – Amer Ali Khan

Skilled Craftsmen can’t lag behind – Amer Ali Khan

Hyderabad: Muslim students should get professional education and skills along with modern education. This message was given by Mr. Amer Ali Khan, News Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily while addressing the students of Deccan High School, Budhwarpet, Nirmal managed Global Educational and Welfare Society, Nirmal. He also visited the coaching center for TET candidates.

Continuing his address, Mr. Amer Ali Khan told that during their educational career, the students can also gain mastery in various professional skills since these are more in demand in the present time. He announced that very soon he would organize a career guidance seminar in Nirmal. He advised the students to prepare for various competitive examinations like police, railways and banks. He told them not to get disappointed when they failure for the first time. If the students change themselves, their faith will also change. He further told that his mission is to get 12% reservation for Muslims and to link the students and skilled persons with jobs. During his speech he told the students that if they cannot write pleasures by transforming themselves as pencils, they can at least become an eraser to wipe out the worries of others. He informed that a tailoring center is functioning at Nirmal which was started by Siasat Urdu Daily. He instructed Mr. Jaleel Azhar, Correspondent of Siasat Urdu Daily at Nirmal to get poor students admitted in Motor Driving Schools. Siasat Urdu Daily will bear their expenses. Looking at the large number of girl students, he advised them to change their style of thinking. He informed that Govt. is giving 33% reservation to women.

Mr. Ansar Ahmed Sahil, President of the society requested Mr. Amer Ali Khan to provide test materials for TET candidates. In his speech, Mr. Sahil told that Mr. Amer Ali Khan is the spirit behind the campaign for 12% reservation for Muslims. Due to his efforts this campaign is at its peak in entire Telangana State. He applauded the efforts of Mr. Zahid Ali Khan, Editor of Siasat, Mr. Zaheeruddin Ali Khan, Managing Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily, Mr. Amer Ali Khan, News Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily for the uplift of Muslim community. He recalled that the founder of Siasat Urdu Daily, Mr. Abid Ali Khan had taken up the task of helping the destitute persons. Mr. Zahid Ali Khan expanded his mission. He launched “Du-ba-Du (Face-to-Face)” matrimonial alliance program which is unique and it has no parallel.

Mr. Mohammed Qasim, Correspondent, Deccan High School, Mr. Syed Jaleel Azhar, staff reporter of Siasat Urdu Daily, Mr. Muzaffar Husain, Mr. Khader Khan, Mr. Masood Ali, Mr. Moizuddin, Mr. Syed Mahmood Taj and other were present at the meeting.

–Siasat News