Hyderabad: Hafiz-e-Quran students who have cleared SSC and TOSS 2022 exams have been felicitated. Five students of the batch secured the top five ranks in the state.
This year, 34 thousand students appeared for the TOSS examination.
They secured the top ranks despite the fact that they have never studied modern studies in the past.
During the event, Advisor to the Government of Telangana on Minorities Affairs A.K Khan said that Muslim students should appear for civil service examinations and also enroll in law and journalism courses as there is a lack of Muslim advocates and journalists.
Good lawyers and journalists can work to remove the misunderstanding in society.
He said that steps are being taken by the TRS government for the educational and economic development of Muslims.
The initiative to provide modern education to Hafiz-e-Quran students was started by Masjid-e-Hasan and Shining Stars Foundation in 2020 with eight students.
During the COVID pandemic, students used to attend online classes.
Out of the batch of 29 students, 11 secured top 5 ranks in the state.
In the event, Nayeemuddin, Zaheeruddin, Mohiuddin Shareef, Khaleel Salahuddin, Shaikh Iqbal, Mohammed Siraj, Syed Ibrahim were present.
Maulana Khalid Saifullah Rahmani has applauded the demonstrations of students and prayed for them. He concluded the event with the national anthem.
Robotics training at the mosque
Masjid-e-Hasan is also giving free training to students in various fields including robotics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. The incharge of the initiative is Mr. Zaheer.
Recently, they have exhibited their skills in robotics.
During the training at the mosque which is located on Shadnagar road, Balanagar, students are getting accommodation too.
In every batch, more than 60 students from Telangana and neighboring states are getting benefitted due to the initiative.
Apart from the training in advanced technologies, the mosque is also providing communication skill classes to the students.