Imarat-e-Shariah striving to empower Muslim girls of Patna

Imarat-e-Shariah striving to empower Muslim girls of Patna
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Imarat-e-Sharia which was initially founded to settle the family and property disputes of Muslims has now become an institution which has brought a sea change in the lives of Muslim girls of Patna, Bihar. The institution is located Phulwari Shareef, Patna, where the girls are getting technical and computer education.

Imarat sharia computer centre was founded in 2003 by an alumnus of Aligarh Muslim University in a building donated by Mr Osman Ghani. He donated the property on the condition to open an institute for girls. Initially, 7 girls from the slums of Phulwari joined the institution from the slums of. Now it has a strength of 124 girls, of which 60 pc are Muslims while 40 pc are non-Muslims. So far 367 girls have graduated from this institute during the past 10 years. The main attraction for Muslim and non-Muslim families to send their daughters to this institution is because of its female-only nature. Not only that only girls study in this institute but the entire staff of the institution comprises of females.

Apart from offering BCA course, the institution from now onwards will be offering BBA course as well.

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