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Dawah Stalls by SIO Raichur unit

DAWAH STALLS by SIO Raichur unit Karnataka

  SIO Raichur unit set up two Dawah stalls at L.V.D. college road in Raichur on 25th July 2013. Around 700 non-muslims benefited from it. ”Know the Truth” books in English and Kannada were distributed along with other books “Pravadi Mohammed (pbuh) [life of Prophet], “Way to peace & salvation” by Sayyed Maududi and “Tappu kalpane gadu” [Misconceptions], which clarifies the misconceptions about Islam.

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Iftar Party Organised by SIO Raichur

Karnataka Raichur unit of Students Islamic Organisation of India organised an Iftar party for students

Raichur Unit of Students Islamic Organisation of India organised an Iftar party for students at SIO unit office. Moulana Azharuddin Madani addressed the gathering. He delivered lecture on the topic, “Ramzan & Fikr e Aqirat”. Br. Shaaz Maniyar, Unit secretary spoke on “Shab-e-Qadar. Around 75 students attended the programme.

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SIO Karnataka organised Iftar Get-together

SIO Karnataka organised Iftar Get-together

  6 SIO Karnataka organised Iftar Get-together for Karnataka zone of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind on 19th July in Bangalore.

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Education conference and felicitation at Shimoga

Education conference and felicitation at Shimoga

Shimoga chapter of the Students Islamic Organisation of India organised an Educational conference on the theme, “Knowledge the Power” and felicitated students who excelled in their academics. Engineer S. Ameenul Hasan from Bangalore addressed the gathering.

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SIO and GIO protest against Rape in Manipal

SIO and GIO protest against Rape in Manipal Udupi chapter of Students Islamic Organization of India and Girls Islamic Organization of India staged a protest in front of K.M.C Manipal on Saturday against the gang rape and assault of a 22-year old Manipal University medical student. Besides condemning the incident, the students demanded that investigation into the matter be started at a swift pace and those guilty be punished at the earliest. An unbiased probe must be conducted and measures must be taken to see that no such incident occurs in the future, the protestors demanded. The protestors gathered in front of the Tahshildar’s office and continued shouting slogans. These protests were followed by demonstrations by Girls’ Islamic Organisation of India, Udupi Dist. Navida Husain Assadi, Convenor of GIO said that growing obscenity, drug abuse, alcoholism and other social evils are a contributing factor for the occurrence of such incidents and hence attempts must be made to check them. She added that people are drifting away from spirituality and lack of fear of God makes man behave worse than animals. “Fear of God is the only way to control such incidents”, she said. A memorandum was submitted to the District Superintendent of Police putting forward SIO and GIO's demands.

Udupi chapter of Students Islamic Organization of India and Girls Islamic Organization of India staged a protest in front of K.M.C Manipal on Saturday against the gang rape and assault of a 22-year old Manipal University medical student. Besides condemning the incident, the students demanded that investigation into the matter be started at a swift pace and those guilty be punished at the earliest. An unbiased probe must be conducted and measures must be taken to see that no such incident occurs in the future, the protestors demanded. The protestors gathered in front of the Tahshildar’s office and continued shouting …

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SIO Karnataka felicitates Br. Naseem Ahmed

SIO Karnataka felicitates Br. Naseem Ahmed for being elected as the President of Student Union, Govt. Unani Medical College, Bangalore.

  SIO Karnataka felicitates Br. Naseem Ahmed for being elected as the President of Student Union, Govt. Unani Medical College, Bangalore.

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Private schools must be nationalized to ensure equality in education

Private schools must be nationalized to ensure equality in education

In order to ensure that there is equality in education, all private schools in the country must be nationalized, said RTE Activist Umashankar while speaking at a seminar on RTE organized by Students Islamic Organisation in Mangalore on Tuesday. Mr. Umashankar said that although on the face of it, the RTE appears to be a platform for students from backward communities to study in prestigious schools, the Act has become a tool for the government to encourage privatization. The basic intention of introducing RTE is to ensure quality education for all children which is not being addressed, he said. “Of …

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Educational awareness campaign by SIO Bhatkal – Karnataka

Educational awareness campaign by SIO Bhatkal Karnataka

Bhatkal chapter of the Students Islamic Organization of India (SIO) observed a campaign in the town in order to create awareness about education among students and parents, and particularly among the backward sections of the society. The campaign started off with a program on Friday, 1st June which was addressed by several intellectuals. Unit president of SIO, Moulana Ziya ur Rahman welcomed the gathering and presented a short introduction SIO. Addressing the gathering, President of Jamaat-e-Islami’s Bhatkal branch, Moulana Zubair SM said that education is the most important factor in human development. He added that SIO Bhatkal unit spends 2 …

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Coaching for SSLC students by SIO Tavergera

Coaching for SSLC students by SIO Tavergera Karnataka

Students Islamic Organisation of India, Tavergera, Karnataka organised a 15-day coaching program for SSLC students, in which more than 150 students participated. Teachers of government and private schools were gave the coaching. P.S.I. Mr. Santosh Z. T. inaugurated the program. Concluding program was also organised and prizes were distributed.

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SIO Karnataka delegation meets Minister for Primary & Secondary education

SIO Karnataka delegation meets Minister for Primary & Secondary education

A delegation of Karnataka chapter of Students Islamic Organisation of India called on Mr. Kimmane Rathnakar, Minister for Primary and Secondary education of Karnataka to discuss issues of RTE and other problems faced by Primary and Secondary Education Departments. Mr. U.T. Khader, Minister for Health and Family Welfare of Karnataka and Br. Tahir Hussain, Coordinator, Youth Wing of JIH were also present.

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