Jamshedpur, Oct 9: Ahmadiyya Youth Wing, Ranchi Zone, honored three brilliant students in the course of its sixth annual program. Moulana Haleem Khan, the missionary-in-charge, honored Atif Ahmed, Nayeera Samar and Aamir Ahmed for their brilliance in their respective academic fields.
Atif Ahmed did his +2 from Rajendra Vidyalaya and successfully completed his B Tech course from IIT, Mumbai. He is currently pursuing his MBA course at USA’s Harvard University.
Nayeera Samar, one of the ICSE toppers, after completing +2 from Sacred Heart Convent School, qualified in the AIEEE entrance exams and pursued her B Tech course. She is currently doing XAT at XLRI.
Nayeera is the recipient of a trophy for her academic brilliance, awarded to her by the then Jharkhand chief minister, Arjun Munda.
Aamir Ahmed, who did his schooling at Ranchi and received his B Tech degree from IIT Kharagpur, has been selected for research work on Robot Technology at Lisbon in Portugal.
Ahmadiyya national vice president, Wadood Khan held these three students as role models who exemplified dedication and drive. “You, as Ahmadi Muslims, have fulfilled your commitment towards education and have brought glory to your city and state,” he said.
Earlier, Maulana Haleem Khan shed light on the activities of the Jamshedpur chapter of Ahmadiyya Youth Wing through six years.
Speaking on the occasion, Ahmadiyya Muslim Community secretary Sayed Aftab Alam, while expressing satisfaction at the 100 per cent literacy rate in thew community, observed, “Islam propagates education.
Education is essential to ensure peace and harmony among communities. Education wipes out all problems.”
Organization president Jawed Anwar reiterated that social peace could be ensured through education. “Education ensures peace and fraternal feelings beyond the borders of caste, creed and religions.
He exhorted the people to spread the message of, ‘Love for all, hatred for none.’