Al-Ghazali International School inaugurated in Araria, Bihar

A large number of aspiring students got enrolled in presence of the guests

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Al-Ghazali International School was inaugurated with all pomp and show at Karbala Maidan, the heart of Araria city of Bihar on March 14, 2014. The program was presided over by Maulana Tauqir Ahmad Qasmi, head of department of English Language and Literature, Darul Uloom Deoband. Head of Markaz Group of 40-School and Education department of Markazul Ma’arif, Hojai Assam Dr. Razi Ahmad Qasmi and Dr. Hifzur Rahman Qasmi of Jawaharlal Nehru University graced the occasion with their presence as chief guest and the guest of honor respectively.

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Chairman Of Al-Ghazali International School Shahjahan Nadvi introducing the school

Maulana Mudassir Ahmad Qasmi, director Al-Ghazali International School welcomed the guests and informed the audience that the school aims at providing quality education to both  male and female students in an Islamic atmosphere. It has also therefore prepared to provide separate hostels and classrooms to girls and boys. Explaining the aims and objectives of the school, chairman Shahjahan Nadvi said: Al-Ghazali International School has prepared its own syllabus which comprises both religious and contemporary sciences. This syllabus will enable the students to either attend madrasa or dini maktab for acquiring religious knowledge. The school has especially prepared Tahfeezul Qur’an program for the intelligent and eligible students in the second shift. Highlighting the underlying concept of the school, he said: The school aims at providing doctors, engineers, bureaucrats and professors  to the nation with the Holy Qur’an in their hearts so that they can play a positive and constructive role in nation  and community building. Emphasizing on female education, the principal of the school Miss Tasneem Kausar said: If there is no balance in male and female education in a society, it cannot be said to be a developed society. It is therefore essential to pay equal attention to education of girls, so that our society becomes truly developed.

Dignitaries on stage

In his presidential address, Maulana Tauqir Ahmad Qasmi emphasized on the need of education and told that the community which has a ‘teacher’/ guide like Prophet Muhammad (saws) cannot lag behind in education. If Muslims are left behind in the field of education, it is a matter of utmost concern.The history bears witness that education does not guarantee only religious success, but also is a great means of acquiring worldly prosperity.

The chief guest Dr Razi Ahmad Qasmi appealed to the audience in his address that they need to make sacrifices for educational revolution. Muslims should minimize their daily needs and equip their children with higher education. Highlighting the importance of education, the guest of honour Dr. Hifzur Rahman Qasmi said: This world is always ruled by the community or group of people which has the quality of leadership, and the quality of standard leadership can be attained only through education. So, if the Muslims want to regain their lost glory, they will have to give first priority to education.

Director of Al-Ghazali International School Mudassir Ahmad Qasmi welcoming the guests

The important point to note here is that the school has been launched in the Seemanchal area of Bihar which always remains in the spot light of the media due to different reasons. The television anchors and the political leaders always talk of this region with regard to  poverty, illiteracy and natural calamities that are part of this area. But there are a few persons who genuinely think of ways to cope with the problem and uplift the region with all-around development. In this scenario, the establishment of Al-Ghazali International School is considered to be a highly significant initiative.

The guests formally launched the school van, computer lab, office, classrooms and hostels. A large number of aspiring students also got enrolled in presence of the guests. The program was attended by a large number of male and female audience; especially Maulana Faiyaz Alama Nadvi, Syed Shamim Anwar, Master Asrarul Hasan and Arshad Anwar were among those who addressed the program. The program began with recitation of the Qur’an by Maulana Aftab Alama Mazahiri, the patron of the school. Afifah Sa’diyah recited the Naat while the famous announcer and poet Haroon Rashid Ghafil shouldered the responsibility of anchoring.

Dr Razi Ahmad Qasmi, head Markaz group of schools