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Mamoor Welfare Trust; Helping them all the way

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Few years ago children passing out from Urdu Primary Schools in and around Koramangala did not know what to do after passing out seventh standard. Hence, they used to drop out due to poor in English subject. Such children constituted nearly 80 per cent and only 20 per cent used to continue further.
But things changed after Mamoor Welfare Trust of Koramangala came to their rescue. The Trust has been serving for the past 16 years.
The Trust members appointed teachers to teach English. Besides this, they met the educational needs of hundreds of children. Also gave coaching classes so that none of them failed.
Within two years the dropouts came down to less than 20 per cent. Today the trust looks after the educational needs of over 450 students studying in various schools and colleges across the city.
Every year scores of students have been graduated in various fields like MBBS, BE, MSc, MA, BA, BCA, BBM and so on.
The students hail from poor families and are residing in Rajendranagar, Lakshman Rao Nagar, EWS Quarters of Koramangala, Ambedkar Nagar and Siddhartha Colony of Madiwala. Be it fees or uniforms or bus pass etc all the requirements are met till they pass out and get a job. Not only that, they have separate committees who monitor the progress of sponsored students and check the at attendance at respective schools and colleges.
Even they help them to get scholarships and guide to take the right course when they pass out. Besides this, there is an health committee which supervises day-to-day administration of the clinic which it is running in Rajendranagar. Treatment and medicines are provided free of cost to the needy. Also, if anyone needs further treatment at a hospital, it will arrange for it. Till date, the health centre boasts of treating over four lakh patients.
The students are from kinder garten to BE and MBBS. Not only Muslims, students from other religions too are being helped by this Trust for the past twelve years.
Thanks to M S Mulla who is the Chairman of the Trust and a retired ACP.
Last Sunday the trust held its annual general body meeting at Masjid-E-Mamoor in Koramangala 5th Block.

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