Overcoming challenges faced by Malayali students in Okhla, Delhi
The Malayali students, who do the Hijra (migration) for the higher education and research activities to the prior institutes of the country and abroad provides hope about the future of the intellectual sphere of the Kerala and the new generation students, said Dr. Kootil Muhammad Ali, the Education Department Chairman, Jamaat e Islami Hind Kerala.
He was delivering the keynote address in the students convention organized by the Society for Students Welfare. The migration of the talented students is the creative struggle against the existing inequalities in the higher educational sector in Kerala especially in the Malabar Region.
Students should not be merely consumers of knowledge produced by the West but producers, engaged in meaningful findings of new knowledge, he added.
Sandeep Kumar, Minister of Women & child, social welfare, SC, ST of Government of NCT of Delhi inaugurated the convention.
The Society for Students Welfare which is working to overcome the variety of challenges facing by the Malayali students in Delhi is a model for all Educational assistance volunteer organizations here, the Minister said.
Delhi University Assistant Professor Dr. Reem Shamsuddin, Jamia Millia Islamia Assistant Professor, Dr. Habeeb Rahman, Additional Economic Advisor to Government of India, Abdul Kareem IES interacted with the students in different topics. Society for students Welfare President PK Noufal chaired the convention held in the Delhi School of Social Work Auditorium.
The students who exhibit academic and non academic excellence in the last academic year were honored with the token of awards.
Quarn recited by Saalim.. The Students did cultural performances.
Vice President Mishab Irikkur welcomed the Participants and the convention concluded with vote of thanks by Shoukath Ali, Convener of the Convention.
CAPTION of Homepage photo: Sandeep Kumar, Minister of Women & child, social welfare, SC, ST of Government of NCT of Delhi inaugurates the Students Convention organised by the Society for Students Welfare