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MESCO
MESCO

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MESCOUNIQUE AND DETERMINED EFFORT FOR EMPOWERMENT OF MUSLIMS

Comprehensive empowerment of Muslims is what every Muslim of India dreams of: empowerment in all fields especially in the field of education, both religious and modern. While Muslims of India still remain the most deprived community, there have been a few remarkable efforts aimed at reversing the situation. Such efforts have been more in South than in North, and one organisation which deserves special mention and thunderous applause is Hyderabad-based MESCO, which is unfurling flags of success on various fronts. The unique feature of the organisation is its emphasis not only on modern education of highest standards but also on religious education and character building. It is no surprise then that “To provide opportunities for learning and instruction while endeavoring to preserve and augment faith, moral values, culture and social obligations”  and “To achieve a high level of excellence in the standards of education and to bring the same within the reach of the community” remain its foremost missions. The objectives of the Mission include

 

  1. To make meaningful innovations in the process of teaching and learning through active involvement of teachers and the taught;
  2. To impart effective soft skills training, guidance and counseling to help students acquire better placement potential;
  3. To provide facilities for developing physical, mental, cultural and spiritual personality and assist in removing feeling of inferiority complex among the youth;
  4. To expand facilities for imparting Professional Education in tune with the changing times; and
  5. To develop the institutions in to higher level of learning and excellence. Its ultimate vision reflects in the following statement:  

 

The resultant boost to the psyche and morale of the community would build individuals fit to take up challenges of the modern world and develop leadership skills and qualities.

 

MESCO has been running a number of projects including schools, colleges, training programmes, distance education centres, sports centres, polyclinics and diagnostic centres and its branches are spread all over the country including Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Assam and Kerala.

 

MESCO has an interesting history with an origin in the dynamic religious inclinations of a group of Muslim Medicos of Warangal Medical College of 1978 batch. The group felt bad when they found that a number of their Muslim juniors mainly hailing from the rural areas of Andhra Pradesh could not even recite the Kalimah. They belonged to a community where even idol worship was common and they often buried their dead without regular Namaz-e Janazah. They immediately planned a coaching programme, and without waiting, started regular contact programmes in the hostels involving Muslims and non-Muslims as well. These programmes had regular lectures on Islam. Soon they expanded their area of influence by organizing coaching programmes in a nearby Masjid. Then they started coaching classes for Engineering and Medical aspirants, and their efforts brought huge successes with several dozen students successfully competing in the entrance exams. After completing their medical graduation, they decided to launch an organisation, and for this purpose they took the help of Dr. Muhhamad Haidar Khan, Professor of Cardiology at Gandhi Medical College. In January 1983 MESCO was formally registered under Societies Registration Act with Dr Khan as its President. With the backing of medical fraternity of Hyderabad, MESCO launched one project after the other and is now one of the most successful Muslim organisations of the country.

 

The organization is run by a team of dedicated professionals who have deep understanding of the issues and competence in running institutions. Its current functionaries include Dr. Shamshad Hussain (President), Dr. Nizam Ali Khan Lodhi (Vice-President), and Dr. Fakhruddin Mohammed (Honorary Secretary). And Dr Mohd Iftakhar Ahmad (Director).

 

 

Contents

 

1      MEMBERS OF THE MANAGING COMMITTEE

2     MESCO PROJECTS

 

1. MEMBERS OF THE MANAGING COMMITTEE

 

S.No.

Name

Position

Category

 

Tenure 5 Yr.

1.

Dr. Shamshad Hussain

President

Long Term

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2017    

2.

 

Dr. Nizam Ali Khan Lodhi

Vice-President      

Long Term           

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2017

3.

Dr. Fakhruddin Mohammed  

 

Honorary Secretary

Long Term           

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2017

4.

Dr. M. Samiullah Khan     

Honorary Treasurer   

 

Long Term           

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2017

5.

Dr. Mir Wajahath Ali

Joint Secretary           

Long Term           

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2017

 

6.      

 

Dr. S. Zaferullah Hashmi  

Member                         

Long Term           

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2017

7.      

Dr. Ghouse Mohiuddin Ali  

Member                 

Short Term           

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2014

 

8.      

Dr. M.A. Nayeem Khan     

Member                      

 

Short  Term 

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2014

9.      

Dr. Abdul Wase Qawi        

Member    

Short  Term 

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2014

10.    

Dr. M.A. Rafeeq                   

Member                         

Short Term           

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2014

 

11.    

Dr. Mrs. Kauser Shaheen  

Member                         

 

Short Term              

1-1-2013  to 31-12-2014

 

 

CONSULTANTS

 

Mr. Nasir Qureshi 

Architect

Mr. Sajjad Shahid                 

Technical Advisor

 

 

THE MANAGING COMMITTEE MEETING WAS HELD ON 27-01-2012, THE 05 NEW SHORT TERM MEMBERS WERE INTRODUCED: (Time Period from 01-01-2012 to 31-12-2012)

 

1). Dr. Ghouse  Mohiuddin Ali                

2). Dr. Gulam Abass Ahmed

3). Dr. K. Zama Khan                                 

4). Dr. Syed  Mushtaq

5). Dr. M.A. Rafeeq.

 

 

2. MESCO PROJECTS

 

MESCO DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE – DARULSHIFA, HYDERABAD

MESCO DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE – ZAHEERABAD, ANDHRA PRADESH

MESCO DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE – BALLIMARAN, NEW DELHI

 

MESCO EDUCATION COMPLEX - MUSTAIDPURA

 

MALAKPET,

HYDERABAD          

ASIFNAGAR,

HYDERABAD          

MUSTAIDPURA

HYDERABAD

NEW MODEL SCHOOL

MAHESHWARAM

MODEL SCHOOL

HIMAYATHNAGAR

 

MESCO BRANCHES

 

  • ANDHRA PRADESH (HYDERABAD, NIZAMABAD, MEDAK, KURNOOL)
  • ORISSA (BHUBANESHWAR, CUTTACK)
  • KARNATAKA (BANGALORE, MANGALORE, GULBARGA  & BIDAR)             
  • NCR (NEW DELHI)            
  • HARYANA (MEWAT, FARIDABAD)
  • BIHAR (PATNA, KISHANGUNJ)
  • MADHYA PRADESH (MUNGER  INDORE & BHOPAL)
  • ASSAM (GUWAHATI)
  • JHARKHAND (RANCHI)
  • CHATTISHGARH (RAIPUR)
  • TAMILNADU (CHENNAI, COIMBATORE, TRICHY)
  • KERALA (TRIVANDRUM, COCHIN, CALICUT)
  • WEST BENGAL (KOLKATTA, MURSHIDABAD,
  • MAHARASHTRA (MUMBAI, PUNE, NANDED, AURANGABAD)

 

 

BRIEF ABOUT THE PROJECTS

 

I. MESCO DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE:    ACCURATE RESULTS AT REASONABLE COSTS

A modern Medical Diagnostic Centre laboratory with advanced equipment like Digital X Ray, Automatic Cell Counter, AXYM a fully automatic high precision analyser from Abbot USA used for conducting all the special tests like hormones, Cardiac makers, Cancer makers etc. ECG, Ultrasonography etc. All the equipment being handled by a team of qualified and experienced doctors and technicians always endeavoring to maintain quality and accuracy. MDC is also recognized by G.C.C states for conducting pre-employment Medical Examination on persons travelling to those countries.

 

ULTRA SOUND TRAINING PROGRAM

A very useful and popular program through which scores of female doctors are being trained in abdominal and pelvic scanning over the past twenty five years.

 

MESCO DENTAL CLINIC

A modern Dental Care facility managed by a team of specialists in various dental specialties providing quality dental care and treatment to the public at reasonable cost.

 

II. MESCO INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION

Alleviating pain and suffering of people by a combination of qualified and experienced personnel with modern equipment. People come in pain but go out smiling.

 

III. MESCO POLY CLINIC

Consultation facilities for various specialties available.

 

IV. MESCO COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

 

V. UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

Bachelors in Commerce (B. Com), B.Com Computers

Annual intake of 80 students

 

Distance Education Programmes MESCO CADRE (Centre for Advanced Learning through Distance Mode and Research in Education)

 

MESCO Cadre is a recognized study centre for the following universities:

Hamdard University, New Delhi

- Calicut University, Kerala

* Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi          

- IGNOU.

 

POST GRADUCATE AND PROFESSIONAL COURSES - MCA/MBA

Masters in Business Administration (MBA). Intake 90 students per annum. Above Courses affiliated to Osmania University and AICTE, and other bodies

 

VI. PROFESSIONAL COURSES

Bachelors in Pharmacy – 4 years programme recognized by Osmania University, AICTE and Pharmacy Council of India

Doctorate in Pharmacy – 6 years Doctorate Program Recognised by Osmania University, Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) & others.

 

VII. SABMEC – MESCO EDUCATION AID PROGRAMME

Scholarships are given to Medical, Engineering, Nursing students. Scores of students have achieved their goals for the past twenty eight years.

 

VIII. Dr. F.M. SIDDIQUI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AND Dr. F.M. SIDDIQUI GOLD MEDAL

Dr. F.M. Siddiqui Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students in the field of Medicine & Engineering and Dr. F.M. Siddiqui Gold medals are awarded to Urdu Medium SSC toppers every year.

 

IX. MESCO HOUSES

There are two hostels for boys and one hostel for girls.

 

X. MESCO SPORTS FOUNDATION

Giving the younger generation a chance to grow psychically as well and take part in competitions in different sports and games. An Olympic size swimming pool and indoor games like Snooker, Table Tennis etc. are provided at the MESCO Sports Foundation Malakpet. A full-fledged outdoor sports facility will be provided soon.

 

XI. MESCO ARABIC LANGUAGE & ENGLISH EDUCATION FOUNDATION

At the outset we would like to thank our sponsors and donors & would like to pray for their wellbeing in Duniya and success in Akhira. Year 2012 has been eventful for MESCO ALEEF.

 

XII. DIPLOMA EDUCATION IN ARABIC LANGUAGE (DEAL)

Diploma Education in Arabic Language (DEAL) six months programme for graduates conducted successfully from January to end of June 2012 (Third Batch). Total strength 60 – Girls – 45, Boys – 15 following subjects were taught:

 

  1. Tajweed & Nazera ( recitation of Noble Quran)           
  2. Arabic Writing
  3. Quranic Vocabulary                                               
  4. Arabic grammar to understand Noble Quran
  5. Translation of Noble Quran                                 
  6. Seerath-Un-Nabi SAS
  7. Basic Islamic Knowledge                          
  8. English Language
  9. Teaching Methodology Computers                     
  10. Personality Development.

 

Candidates who were not able to recite Noble Quran at the beginning learned to recite Noble Quran with Tajweed could write Arabic & understand and translate Noble Quran on their own without the assistance of any translation. This is a remarkable achievement & brings about sea change in the life & personality of students. Candidates come from all parts of India & MESCO hosts them for six months boarding, lodging, transport, teaching material and the course everything is free MESCO does not charge the candidates anything. The pass outs go back to their respective places and teach MESCO ALEEF programme at various schools. The DEAL programme is one of the important means of making teachers for ALEEF programme, and also a good employment prospect especially for girls.

 

 

XIII. ONE MONTH TRAINING FOR MADRASAS GRADUATES

MESCO ALEEF trains about 60 -100 Madarsa pass outs every year for the past 11 years. During the month of May 2012, 54 Madrasa graduates were trained for 30 days in the following subjects:

a). Tajweed                           

b). Arabic Grammar.          

c). Language of Noble Quran & Translation     

d). Teaching Methods        

e). Computers.         

f). Personality Development.       

g). English Language

 

The trained Madarasa graduates are the main source of teachers for MESCO ALEEF to teach at various schools, so far more than 1000 Ulemas have been trained during the past 11 years. More number of females attend the programme than boys. The training boarding & lodging, transport and course material is provided free to the candidates.

 

 

XIV. OUT STATION TEACHERS TRAINING PROGRAMME

  1. Training at B.S. Abdur Rahman University, Vandalur, and Chennai from 27th September to 12th October 2012.
  2. MESCO ALEEF organized a two week training programme at the said University for Arabic teachers. Also Arabic teachers from different schools also attended the programme which proved to be very beneficial.
  3. Tajweed Arabic Grammar and personality development training at India Islamic Centre, New Delhi from 3rd June to 29th June 2012, 200 candidates benefited and were inspired to learn the language of noble Quran.
  4. Teachers Training at University grants commission Academic Staff College, Aligarh Muslim University from 6th October to 16th October 2012. For the Arabic teachers working at the University schools and other private schools in Aligarh. Successful training programme appreciated by all the participants & MESCO ALEEF programme is implemented at all the Aligarh University schools and other private schools at Aligarh...

 

 

TRAINING REVIEW & ASSESSMENT AT AZAM CAMPUS PUNE 

Teachers training review & assessment of ALEEF programme at all the schools under Azam campus, Pune during the month of October 2012. A team of MESCO ALEEF teachers from Hyderabad visited Azam Campus at Pune and examined 6500 students as external examiners during mid-term examinations and also the Arabic teachers at Azam Campus were trained.

 

 

TEACHERS TRAINING AT INDORE MADHYA PRADESH    

Teachers training at Indore Madhya Pradesh to start from 15th December 2012 till 30th December 2012. More than 30 teachers have enrolled at Indore they will be trained in the following:

 

1. Tajweed

2. Arabic Grammar

3. Translation of Noble Quran

4. Seerath-un-Nabi SAS

5. English Language

6. Computers

7. Teaching Methods

8. Personality Development etc.

 

A number of schools have agreed to appoint the trained teachers and implement the MESCO ALEEF programme.

 

 

TEACHERS TRAINING AT ASSAM

Teachers training at Assam a trained team is situated at Guwahati Assam who are conducting teachers training at various schools in different parts of Assam continuously.

 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OPEN SCHOOLING    

National Institute of Open Schooling Department of Human Resource Development, Government of India has sent its member officials to MESCO Hyderabad to conduct the Arabic curriculum committee meeting to finalize the Level – A course in Arabic. The said committee comprised of NIOS official, members of MESCO ALEEF and few Professors of Arabic from Hyderabad & New Delhi. The meeting was conducted on 30th & 31st January 2012. ‘A’ level curriculum was approved for Inclusion into NIOS curriculum and for printing. Another meeting to review the Level – B course will be conducted shortly.

 

INTERNATIONAL APPROVALS

MESCO ALEEF programme is approved by the Ministry of Information .Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Ministry of Education Dubai, United Arab Emirates. MESCO ALEEF program reached about 4, 00,000 students in India and in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  

 

MESCO ALEEF is catering to the basic need of the community which is considered as an emergency. The requirement of teaching Noble Quran to the children at schools if ignored any further is likely to prove disastrous for the community.

 

MESCO ALEEF is running the programme at 27 Government Schools at Hyderabad where teachers and books are provided by MESCO.

 

MESCO ALEEF incurs heavy expenditure towards training the teachers which is the essential requirement for effective classroom teaching.

 

MESCO ALEEF requests the community at large and the management of institutions in particular to understand the significance of teaching Quranic Arabic in the class-rooms at all levels which will help protect the Emaan of our generations to come. And which is only the guarantee to success for the whole community. May Allah help us accept our efforts and guide us on the right path Aameen.

 

                                     

MESCO-CADRE

(Centre for Advanced Learning through Distance Mode and Research in Education)

 
NEED:

Open and Distance Learning Systems are very popular throughout the world for ensuring quality education in a cost effective manner. The increasing demands for higher education have, over the years, led to the introduction and growth of the Open learning System.  ODL Systems have the potential to provide low cost quality education to all those who seek to acquire new knowledge and technical know-how.

 

Distance Education Institutions have been established to meet the challenge of large numbers, covering a wide spectrum of age and employment status to be educated or trained and to enable governments to fulfill their obligations within the economic constraints without reducing its sweep of operations.

 

The pressure of unmet demands, the resource constraint and the inequitable nature of the existing system have made the option of distance education very appealing as a new mode of imparting higher education.

 

The ‘exciting’ developments of distance education are mainly due to its two cardinal features namely flexibility and productivity which answer the demands of equity, cost effectiveness and opportunities for lifelong education.

 

The demand for distance courses is increasing day by day because today it is unrealistic to expect that during the relatively limited period of formal education people can develop sufficient knowledge and skill to last a life time in a fast changing social and economic life.

 

The Universities which are located in different parts of India felt the necessity of establishing counseling centers for conducting contact classes and for affording other necessary facilities to cater to the needs of the students in different parts of India who want to pursue their studies by enrolling as students of the Distance Education.

 

To emphasize the importance of professional education through distance mode

 

MESCO CADRE –CENTRE FOR ADVANCED LEARNING THROUGH DISTANCE MODE AND RESEARCH IN EDUCATION was established in 2004 exclusively for the Distance Education Programmes of various Universities to cater to the needs of Students in general and Muslim students in particular. 

 

AIMS & OBJECTIVES:

Our concept in the establishment of the Distance Education Department is to provide our students best of the best educational and training programmes offered by the best institutes of India. 

 

Here we feel pleasure to mention that MESCO has signed MOU with the following reputed Indian Universities:

 

1)SRI KRISHNADEVARAYA UNIVERSITY, ANANTAPUR, ANDHRA PRADESH

2)MAULANA AZAD NATIONAL URDU UNIVERSITY, NEW DELHI

3)INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, NEW DELHI

4)ANDHRA PRADESH OPEN SCHOOL SOCIETY, HYDERABAD, ANDHRA PRADESH

5)NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OPEN SCHOOLING, NEW DELHI

6)PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY, PUDUCHERRY

 

The main aim behind the establishment of MESCO CADRE is to eradicate the educational backwardness among students in general and Muslim students in particular and to motivate and provide suitable career opportunities for them through Distance Mode. Muslim students did not make themselves acquainted with the excellent educational opportunities in the light of educational backwardness, lack of time due to involvement in odd jobs for their livelihoods, lack of guidance & information and in the light of social backwardness.

 

We conform to the standards aims and objectives of the University and its programmes.

 

ACTIVITIES OF MESCO-CADRE:

01)To enroll the students for the various courses of studies offered by the Distance Education

02)To process the applications received from the students and to forward the same to the University, for registration to the courses applied for and appearing for examination

03)To ensure the security of the study material and deliver the same to the students enrolled for various courses, free of cost.

04)To establish, maintain and conduct coaching centers/ or give oral coaching and lectures at such places to suit the convenience of the students enrolled To appoint or engage teachers of the qualification prescribed by the University for conducting coaching programmes and contact classes.

05)To ensure timely submission of examination forms of the students and other information that may be required

06)Such other matters which the University may prescribe from time to time in the interest of the students enrolled

 

 

ALEEF ARABIC LANGUAGE & ENGLISH EDUCATION FOUNDATION

Website: www.mescoaleef.com, E-mail: mescoaleef@hotmail.com

 

V I S I O N

To teach Tajweed (Correct Pronunciation), Arabic Writing, Grammar of Arabic Language to understand Noble Quran, Seerath-Un-Nabi (SAS) and Basic Islamic Knowledge in the Classroom at Schools & Colleges.

 

M I S I O N

To develop students as positive, balanced personalities who understand Quran, follow the Sunnah and practice Islam as it was taught by our Prophet Mohammed (SAS) and practiced by Sahaba, (R.A) & become better human beings, true Muslims and the best citizens of our country.

 

 

PRESENT SITUATION

  1. Majority of students cannot read the Noble Quran with Tajweed and understand the message even as they complete their highest level of education. They do not practice correct Islam and depend on others for explanation leaving themselves open to exploitation by others. These students are unable to present the message to others.
  2. They do not have correct knowledge or understanding of the life, character & personality of our Prophet Mohammad SAS.
  3. Muslim students deviating from Islamic way of life and values (Quran + Sunnah) due to lack of knowledge are becoming wrong doers and bad examples in the society.
  4. They do not have any respect for parents, elders and others in the Society.
  5. Younger generation increasingly is becoming impatient, intolerant and aggressive, more & more indulging in Alcoholism and other forms of addictions.
  6. There are several social, moral, cultural, economic and other problems evidenced & experienced by one and all in the society that need preventive and corrective measures

 

 

OBJECTIVES

 

PHASE I – NURSERY TO 3rd STANDARD.

Recite Noble Quran with Tajweed.                     

Write Arabic Language,

Learn Basics of Arabic Language.

Learn 40 important duas / supplications plus Glorification of Allah recited while performing Salah (Namaz) (Azkar-Salah) (Establish direct contact with Allah SWT).

Learn Seerath Un-Nabi SAS to develop the instincts and nurture the love for our Rasool Allah SAS and to imitate manners, behavior, attitude and life style.

Learn about lives of earlier prophets and Sahaba RA.

 

PHASE II: 4th TO 8th STANDARD

  1. Vocabulary of Noble Quran

 

  1. Arabic Grammar & Language of Quran to understand Noble Quran on own without the assistance of any translation.

 

  1. Seerat-un-Nabi, SAS, Learn Values and Morals and imbibe and develop attitudes, manners, behavior and way of thinking accordingly.

 

  1. Basic Islamic Knowledge.

 

EXPECTED BENEFITS

  1. Able to read Noble Quran with Tajweed & understand as they read without the assistance of any translation.

 

  1. Establish direct contact with Allah SWT & strengthen it day by day.

 

  1. Start loving Allah SWT & His Rasool (SAS) and increase this attachment every day. Fear and have Allah SWT every moment in their lives.

 

  1. Mould their thinking, character, attitude, manners & behavior as per Seerath-un-Nabi SAS and grow morally as well as spiritually. Be truthful & upright, patient and tolerant of others. Accept people as they are and try to improve relationships with others. Become Torch bearers of Social Justice
  2. Students to value and respect their parents, teachers, elders and others in the society.

 

  1. Help parents, support them Nurse them & take care of them in their old age when they need it most. And be loving, humble and most respectful to them

 

  1. Learn to differentiate between good and bad, right and wrong and to have the moral courage to opt for good and just choices.

 

  1. Keep away from fanatism, extremism, and ill will towards others, violence, dishonesty, corruption, exploitation, drug abuse and other addictions.

 

  1. Understand & feel their responsibility before expecting or claiming from others.

 

  1. Develop humility and humbleness in their talk approach, attitude and behaviour.

 

  1. Become good human beings, good Muslims and the best citizens of our country.

 

TERMS OF IMPLEMENTATION

  1. MESCO Arabic Language & English Education Foundation (ALEEF) Program to be made available to all & compulsory for all the Muslim students at schools and colleges.

 

  1. To allot 4 – 6 periods a week for each class.

 

  1. Train existing Arabic, Islamic Studies & Theology Teachers, and or to appoint qualified & trained teachers as per requirement.

 

  1. TEACHERS TRAINING TO BE DONE BY MESCO.

 

a). AALIMS (Scholars) to be  trained for one month annually from 1st  to 30th  May at Hyderabad or as per requirement at any other place in India or abroad. They are given a revision of Tajweed and MESCO Arabic curriculum and also English Language, Teaching Methods, Computer skills, Personality Development skills etc. Presently training is also held annually at Bhopal, Indore, Delhi, Aligarh, Mangalore, Chennai, wherever more than 50 candidates are enrolled.

 

b). Graduates, B.Ed., D.Ed., Aalims or Hafiz-e-Quran to be trained for six months at MESCO. They are taught Tajweed & Recitation of Quran with Tajweed, Arabic Grammar, Vocabulary and language of Quran the technique to understand Quran without the assistance of any translation. They are also taught Seerath-un-Nabi (SAS), basic Islamic knowledge, English Language, Teaching methods, Computers and Personality Development skills etc. so that they become efficient MESCO Arabic teachers at schools and colleges especially in an English speaking environment. On completion of the course they are awarded Diploma Education in Arabic Language (D.E.A.L) after evaluating them by conducting an examination at the end of the course. Kindly contact us for the date of commencement of course. 

 

The above course & training is provided free of charge by MESCO even boarding lodging local transport and study material is provided free

 

  1. Teach prescribed books Published by MESCO – Media, for every class and monitor performance & results.

 

 

THE PRESCRIBED BOOKS ARE

PHASE – I.

  1. NURSERY FOR NURSERY           
  2. LKG.  
  3. UKG. 
  4. 1st STANDARD.
  5. II STANDARD EASY TAJWEED

 

Easy Tajweed for Class II or any class from II to X Standard or College students or even Adults who have not learned Tajweed so far. After teaching “Easy Tajweed”, recitation of Quran is taught.

 

WORK BOOKS

  1. Work Book I                                     –          1st Standard
  2. Work Book II                       –          II Standard
  3. Work Book III                      –          III Standard

 

After completion of Recitation of Noble Quran, language of Quran is taught, as follows in

 

PHASE – II.

  1. Grammar Book I  –   4th Standard + Work Book I
  2. Grammar Book II –   5th Standard + Work Book II + Translation of 20 last Suras of 30th Para.
  3. Grammar Book III  –   6th Standard + Work Book III + Translation and analysis of Surah Kahaf
  4. Grammar Book IV  –   7th Standard + Work Book IV + Translation and analysis of Surah Kahaf
  5. Grammar Book V – 8th Standard + Work Book V. + Translation and analysis of rest of Surahs

 

Note: Those who cannot Recite Quran with Tajweed must be taught to recite Quran first only then they should be taught language of Quran.

 

The above curriculum is condensed and is taught for 6 months or 2 years as per the requirement to college students and adults to obtain the same results.

 

EXTENT OF THE PROGRAMME

  1. About 300 or more schools all over the Country have already adopted the programme and about 3, 00,000 students are enrolled in the program at present.
  2. Abroad – International Indian Embassy School – Jeddah & several private schools at Jeddah & Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have incorporated this program in their curriculum.
  3. Aligarh Muslim University has adopted for all the schools under AMU.

 

RECOGNIZING BODIES

  1. National Institute of Open Schooling, (NIOS) NOIDA, NCT 
  2. Aligarh Muslim University – Aligarh,
  3. Central Board of Secondary Education (In process).

 

 

INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES

1. Ministry of Information Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

2. Ministry of Education Dubai, UAE

 

FINANCES

MESCO spends about INR 10 Million (One Crore) annually for the above programme towards teachers training, sponsored teachers’ salaries, printing of books, and administration of the programme, from its funds to a large extent and from the donations and sponsorships to some extent. The scope of the programme and possibility of expansion is infinite as it has to reach each & every student and individual.

 

REQUEST

Please give time & understand the importance of this programme, come forward and help in any way you can. Donate, sponsor or propagate. Help in implementing it in the schools & colleges in your area or where ever possible.

 

Send Aalims for one month and graduates Aalims and Hafiz for six months to Hyderabad for training (no charges except travel expenses to & from Hyderabad) so that they become effective teachers in the schools / colleges in your area. All expenses on training are borne by MESCO - ALEEF

 

Pray for the success and universal implementation of the programme. Hope this gives an understanding of the programme. We will be pleased to clarify further if you have any questions. May Allah help us do this for only His sake and make things easy for us. May Allah accept our efforts, Ameen.

 

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EDUCATION AT YOUR DOORSTEP MESCO CADRE (CENTRE FOR ADVANCED LEARNING THROUGH DISTANCE MODE AND RESEARCH IN EDUCATION)   

 

S.No.

Name of the Course

Eligibility

Duration

Name of the University

Admission Procedure

01

Bachelor Preparatory Programme

No Formal Qualification

6months

Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi

Direct Admission

02.

Bachelor of Commerce

10+2 or its equivalent or BPP from IGNOU

3 Years

Direct Admission

03.

Bachelor of Arts

10+2 or its equivalent  or BPP from IGNOU

3 Years

Direct Admission

04.

Certificate in Environmental Studies

10+2 or equivalent or BPP from IGNOU

6months

Direct Admission

05.

Certificate in Food and Nutrition

No formal education

6months

Direct Admission

06.

Certificate in Information Technology

10+2 or equivalent or BPP from IGNOU

6months

Direct Admission

07.

Certificate in Guidance

10+2 or equivalent or BPP from IGNOU

6monhts

Direct Admission

08.

Certificate in Teaching English

10+2 with teaching experience

6months

Direct Admission

09.

Certificate in Functional English

10+2/ no age bar

5months

Direct Admission

10.

Certificate in Urdu Language

10th pass/18 years

6months

Direct Admission

11.

Certificate in Teaching of Primary School Mathematics

10th pass/ no age bar

6months

Direct Admission

12.

Certificate  in Human Rights

10+2 or equivalent or BPP from IGNOU

 

 

6months

Direct Admission

 

 

01

Intermediate(if there Is a gap of 2 years after SSC)

a gap of 2 years after SSC desirable

1 Year

A.P Open School Society

 

 

Direct Admission

 

 

 

 

 

 

01

M.A. English

B.A/B.Sc./B.Com with English under Part I/II

2 Years

Sri Krishna Devaraya University

Direct Admission

02

M.A. Economics

B.A, Economics

2 Years

Direct Admission

03

M.Sc. Maths

B.A/B.Sc., with Maths as one of the three subjects or as Main under Part- II

2 Years

Direct Admission

04

M.B.A

B.A/B.Com/B.Sc, except B.O.L and B.F.A

3 Years

Through Entrance

05

M.C.A

B.A/B.Com/B.Sc, except B.O.L and B.F.A

3 Years

Through Entrance

06

B.A/B.Com

10+2/ITI or Two year Vocational Course After S.S.C or without qualification

 

3 Years

Through Entrance & Direct Admission

01

M.A. Urdu

Degree or Equivalent

2 Years

MAULANA AZAD NATIONAL URDU UNIVERSITY, NEW DELHI

Direct Admission

02

M.A. History

Degree or Equivalent

2 Years

Direct Admission

03

M.A. English

Degree or Equivalent

2 Years

Direct Admission

04

B.A

10+2 or Equivalent or Eligibility Test

3 Years

Eligibility Test or Direct Admission

05

B.Com

10+2 or Equivalent or Eligibility Test

3 Years

Eligibility Test or Direct Admission

06

Diploma in Teach English

Degree or Equivalent

1 Year

Direct Admission

07.

Certificate Course in Food & Nutrition

Knowledge of Urdu Writing & Reading

6months

Direct Admission

08.

Certificate of Proficiency in Urdu through English

Knowledge of English Writing & Reading

6months

Direct Admission

09

Certificate of proficiency in Urdu through Hindi

Knowledge of Hindi Writing & Reading

6months

Direct Admission

10.

Certificate in Functional English for Urdu  Speakers

10th

6months

Direct Admission

01

MBA – General

Any Degree examination of a University recognized by UGC under 10+2+3 or 11+1+3 and 11+2+2 system

2 Years

PONDICHERRY UNIVERISITY, PUDUCHERRY

Direct Admission

02

MBA- Marketing

-same as above-

2 Years

Direct Admission

03

MBA-Finance

-same as above -

2 Years

Direct Admission

04

MBA-International Business

-same as above-

2 Years

Direct Admission

05

MBA-Human Resource Management

-same as above-

2 Years

Direct Admission

06

MBA-Retail Management

-same as above-

2 Years

Direct Admission

07

MBA-Tourism

-same as above-

2 Years

Direct Admission

 

 

ADVANCED TRAINING PROGRAM ON TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS FOR MADRASA TEACHERS SPONSORED BY U.S CONSULATE, HYDERABAD 19-11-2012 TO 30-11-2012

In a joint effort by the US Consulate General, Hyderabad and MESCO ALEEF, a workshop on advanced training program on teaching English language skills to Madarasa teachers, was organized in Hotel Park, Raj Bhavan Road from 19th to 30th November 2012. Madarasa teachers from various parts of Andhra Pradesh were invited. There were twenty eight registered participants in the workshop.

The Inaugural ceremony was held on 19th November 2012. The ceremony began with a Qirat recited by Moulana Qasim Ul Qasmi. It was followed by the welcome address by Dr Mohammed Iftekaruddin.

 

Ms. Katherine Dhanani, the Consul General of the U.S. Consulate General expressed her gratitude to MESCO for taking the initiative to come forward and organize such a workshop. 

 

This was followed by the address by the Public Affairs Officer of the U.S. Consulate General Ms. Carla Benini. The Resource person of the training Program, Michelle Stabler Havener has taught ESL in the Los Angeles. She worked as a lecturer for Azusa Pacific University’s MATESOL program. She has conducted teacher training Program in the US, China, Thailand and India she delivered her inspiring speech which was an eye opener to all of them present there. She was accompanied by Prof. Shabbir Mohammed Mustafa, the Director, for various programs organized by the Mysore University and he is the Chairman, Board of Examinations, who was the co-trainer of the workshop.

 

 

ON BEHALF OF GENERAL BODY MEMBERS AND MEMBERS OF THE MANAGING COMMITTEE WE THANK THE FOLLOWING NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH MESCO.

 

NATIONAL HARYANA WAQF BOARD

 

DISCOVER PEACE

MESCO has successfully organized a national level contest on the “Life of Prophet Mohammed S.A.S” for the student community and others with an objective to promote best of personality in every individual under the light of our Prophet whose exemplary character is worldly proven for initiation.

MESCO formulated the written contest to compel individuals to read the book Infinite light authored by the Turkish scholar “Fatheullah Gulen” which is given as complimentary copy to the candidates on enrollment for registration.

More than 8000 candidates enrolled for the Level – I held on 19th Jan, 2013 at about 47 centres in city and eight districts of A.P State. The contest is also held in Aligarh, Mewat, Fareedabad, and Bijapur under MESCO.

The 8% of the qualified candidates will appear for the level 2 contest on 27th Jan.

Due to the overwhelming response from the aspiring candidates, a chance for absentees, fresh enrollments is being provided again on 27th Jan. 2013. Cash prizes as announced will be awarded on completion of the national level. Certificates will be awarded to the participants.

The positive response from the public gave a boosting to MESCO to keep the program going round the year.

 

 

Address for Correspondence:   

MESCO CADRE

(CENTRE FOR ADVANCED LEARNING THROUGH DISTANCE MODE AND RESEARCH IN EDUCATION)

22.1.1037/1.MESCO DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE, DARUL SHIFA.HYDERABAD.500024.A.P.

Ph.040-244 11 907 / 2457 6890 /24501616. FAX: 040-24411484.

E-mail: cadremesco@gmail.com/mesco_cadre@yahoo.in,

Website: www.mescoeducation.com.

 

 

 

IT WAS ALSO RESOLVED IN THE MEETING “To obtain bank loan of Rs. 10,000,000.00 (Rupees One Crore) from State Bank of Hyderabad, Puranapul Branch for the purchase of property MESCO Grades School situated at Old Malakpet bearing municipal No. 16-10-121 – 123.”

Payments of Rs. 80:00 lakhs to be paid to Dr. Anwar Hussain Rs. 20:00 Lakhs towards registration of property

 

 

REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 2012

Notice to all the projects for Preparation of Budget 2012-2013 and onward submission in the accounts department was issued.

 

THE MANAGING COMMITTEE MEETING WAS HELD ON 24-02-2012

Action Taken Dr. M. Anwar Hussain was expected on 24-02-2012, but he has postponed his visit and shall now be coming after 10th March 2012. The process of taking loan from SBH Puranapal is in progress and it is to be finalized before the visit of Dr. M. Anwar Hussain.

 

The Honorary Secretary informed the members in brief the pros & cons of the property and it is going to be 11 years we bought the property and Dr. M. Anwar Hussain intentions is to continue charity and today also his stand is same, he also informed that he was misguided by some of the members who have filed court cases against MESCO. But during the visit of the Honorary Secretary to USA he had a meeting with Dr. M. Anwar Hussain along with Dr. M.A. Saleem and few other members and he informed them the progress of MESCO and despite the litigation and the court cases there was no looking back by MESCO and Alhamdulliah MESCO is progressing.

 

The Honorary Secretary informed that the most important issue now is to arrange for funds through loan and get the property registered in the name of MESCO.

 

REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 2013

NOTICE FOR HOLDING THE ANNUAL GENERAL BODY MEETING ALONG WITH THE AGENDA WAS CIRCULATED TO ALL THE GENERAL BODY MEMBERS & ALL THE REQUIRED INFORMATION WAS UPLOADED ON THE WEBSITE:  ww.mescoeducation.com

 

 

THE MANAGING COMMITTEE MEETING WAS HELD ON 30-03-2012

ACTION TAKEN   Dr. Mohammed Iftekharuddin briefed the members about the meeting with Dr. M Anwar Hussain, he even called from USA before coming to Hyderabad and informed that he is coming to India to resolve the issue of registration of MG School property. He instated that he wants more than Rs. 75 lakhs, and also requested to find out the present Government value of the land. The Government land is nearly Rs. 8000/- per Sq. yard and the total amount worked out was Rs. 1 Crore 60 Lakhs.

 

 

On 29-03-2012 we had the meeting along with our auditors M/s. Hawaldar, Dr. Anwar Hussain his auditors, M/s. Syed & Syed. Dr. M Anwar Hussain demanded a sum of Rs. 4:00 Crore to be transferred to him, Dr. Fakhruddin Mohammed with lot of restrain informed him to call for a meeting of the sub-committee members whom he has nominated.

 

Since Dr. Anwar Hussain was leaving for U.S.A same day it was decided to hold the meeting during his next visit or call for a meeting in U.S.A.

 

 

REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 2012

 

THE GENERAL BODY MEETING WAS HELD ON 01-04-2012 AT MESCO GRADES MALAKPET FROM 10:00 A.M ONWARDS

 

REVIEW OF THE VISIT OF THE GCC TECHNICAL COMMITTEE TEAM: The GCC Technical Team visited India in the month of March 2012, The Director, Medical Officers, Pathologist & Radiologist reviewed the reports of candidates examined at our centre bought by the technical committee members.

During the debrief by the GCC delegates, they have advised to take care of the X-Ray reporting and also suggested for High Frequency X-Ray machine & upgrade to Digital Radiography.

Also they have advised to separate the premises for General Diagnostic Test and a separate building for GCC examination.

The Managing Committee meeting was held on 27-04-2012, and the members were briefed about the visit of the GCC Technical Committee Team. The members advised to prepare detailed report and after the approval by the Managing Committee necessary

Purchases and modifications can be taken up before next visit of the Technical Committee in the year 2014. 

 

 

REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 2012

Received letter from the Director General Health Ministers Council GCC States, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia informing that the number of Unfit Cases in X-Ray were more than 20 as such they have levied a penalty of US $ 8000 and suspension of Diagnostic Centre for 3 months.

The Managing Committee members were informed about the sad news and the matter was taken up through known resources at Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia, as the authorities have already taken a decision, they cannot revert back.

Due to severe summer the Managing Committee meeting for the Month of May & June could not be held. Due to Ramzan the meeting for the month of July could not be held.

 

REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST 2012

 

The suspension period by the GCC was revoked and we started conducting Medical Examination from 01-08-2012.

The Managing Committee meeting was held on 31-08-2012. The Ramzan 2012 programme was very successful and the total numbers of beneficiaries were approximately 3000 and the nearly 22000 families were benefited with the distribution of Food packets.

 

 

REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 2012

The Managing Committee meeting was held on 28-09-2012 and a Special invitee from Assam Mr. Rafiq Chowdhary was requested by the Honorary Secretary to attend the meeting as special invitee.

Mr. Rafiq Chowdhary thanked the President & all the members for inviting him to the Managing Committee meeting. He informed the members about the recent incidents of violence & disturbances at Assam, and requested MESCO to extend help in the field of Health & Education. The members requested him to present the details as what help is needed from MESCO.

Dr. Mir Wajahath Ali informed the members that the AICTE gave us an opportunity to hearing for renewal of MCP and in this connection the appellate committee meeting is scheduled to be held on 17-09-2012 at 10:00 a.m. at New Delhi and the Principal MCP will be attending this meeting.

The Honorary Secretary requested Dr. K. Zama Khan to take up some responsibility in the organization, Dr. K. Zama Khan said he is ready to take the charge and the responsibilities assigned to him, the members suggested that Dr. K. Zama Khan may be appointed as Chief Administrator Officer and he will be answerable to the Honorary Secretary, MESCO. 

 

 

REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 2012

The Managing Committee meeting could not be held due to Idd-Ul Azha, The Muslim Aid, United Kingdom and Baitulmaal, USA have requested MESCO to offer Qurbani and distribute the meat to the poor MESCO under Qurbani 2012 programme has conducted the Qurbani and the meat was distributed by MESCO Staff to the poor & deserving.

Receipt of letter from Ministry of Home Affairs informing about the Audit of accounts under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) they have advised to keep the accounts related with FCRA ready for audit the 3 member team shall be visiting in the month of by the December 03, 2012 to December 07, 2012.

The U.S Consulate General, Hyderabad requested MESCO to hold a workshop on advanced training program on teaching English Language Skills to Madarasa Teachers, wherein the Resource person of the training Program Ms. Michelle Stabler Havener  shall be arriving from Chandigarh and the workshop will be from 1-11-2012 to 30-11-2012 at Hotel Park, Somajiguda

 

Hyderabad-based Muslim Educational Social and Cultural Organisation (MESCO) has proposed to set up 50 model schools in educationally backward blocks of UP, Haryana, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Assam. This is part of the Government of India’s scheme to provide quality education to talented children in backward areas.

Under the scheme, 6,000 model schools are planned across the country as benchmark of excellence. Of this, 2,500 will be set up in educationally backward blocks. In the first phase, government has decided to go for 500 schools under the public private partnership (PPP) mode. A notification in this regard was issued recently.

Mesco, which runs a string of schools and colleges in the city, has set its sight on 50 model schools in north India. It plans to rope in local voluntary organisations for setting up the model schools.

Mesco has already established five schools in Amroha, Sashwan, Kannauj, Tawra and Bijnoor in UP and plans five more in Mewat, Nuh, Sohna, Ferozpur Jihrka and Dhauj by the next academic year. “Given our experience in the field of education, we are confident of getting selected,” said Fakhruddin Mohammed, chairman, Mesco.

The model schools are being fashioned on the lines of Kendriya Vidyalayas.

(Hindu)

 

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