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After the success of Education Centre in Old Delhi, Siasat adopts another institute

After the success of Education Centre in Old Delhi, Siasat adopts another institute
After the grand success of Siasat and Tameer-e-Millat Education Centre in Old Delhi, The expert trainers of Siasat Daily now training at one more Institute being run by renowned Social Activist Shabnam Hashmi through her NGO Anhad. More than 40 students learning Personality Development, Computers, Spoken English and also stitching at this institute. Based in Delhi, ANHAD works in the field of secularism, human rights and communal harmony. ANHAD’s activities include secular mobilization, sensitizing people about their democratic rights as enshrined in Indian Constitution, research and publication of books and reports, welfare programs for marginalised sections of society, launching creative mass mobilization campaigns. People’s tribunals. It also work as a pressure group among political circle to take action against communalism. ANHAD plays a major role in Gujarat to fight against human right violations as well as in the Kashmir Valley.

New Delhi: After the grand success of Siasat and Tameer-e-Millat Education Centre in Old Delhi, The expert trainers of Siasat Daily now training at one more Institute being run by renowned Social Activist Shabnam Hashmi through her NGO Anhad. More than 40 students learning Personality Development, Computers, Spoken English and also stitching at this institute.

Based in Delhi, ANHAD works in the field of secularism, human rights and communal harmony. ANHAD’s activities include secular mobilization, sensitizing people about their democratic rights as enshrined in Indian Constitution, research and publication of books and reports, welfare programs for marginalised sections of society, launching creative mass mobilization campaigns. People’s tribunals. It also work as a pressure group among political circle to take action against communalism. ANHAD plays a major role in Gujarat to fight against human right violations as well as in the Kashmir Valley.