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striving towards educational and socio economic empowerment of muslims

Striving towards educational and socio-economic empowerment of Muslims

In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful and the Most Benevolent

Bihar Anjuman is not an organization (nor intends to be), but simply a network of individuals whose hearts beat for Bihar & Jharkhand and for fellow Muslims worldwide.

www.biharanjuman.org

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/biharanjuman

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Backwardness of the Muslim world: due to people’s autocratic tendencies regarding their own viewpoints, their deciding the affairs without consultation, unwillingness to accept advice; indeed, often severely censuring any attempt by others to offer advice.
  • “And if you had been rude and harsh-hearted, they would have disbanded from about you. So pardon them and ask forgiveness for them, and consult them in affairs. And when you have decided, then rely upon Allah. Indeed, Allah loves those who rely upon Him.” [Sûrah Âl `Imrân: 159]

…… …….. …… The inspiration behind the Yahoo! Group.

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Striving towards educational and socio-economic empowerment of Muslims

Bringing together Muslims from all walks of life to interact and act jointly with an objective to educate, motivate, inspire and instill confidence in our young generation. Let’s eradicate miseries and evil practices from our society.

Let’s put our unspent energy to constructive use.

www.biharanjuman.org

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/biharanjuman

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Launched: 11th March 1999, in Dubai

An extension of Anjumn Islamia, Bihar, Abu Dhabi since 1986

An extension of Anjumn Islamia, Bihar, Abu Dhabi since 1986

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bihar comparable to africa s poorest nations
Bihar Comparable to Africa's Poorest Nations
  • Economic Times reported on 30th Nov 2006
  • BIMARU (sick) states: Bihar, MP, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and 3 offshoots: Jharkhand, Uttaranchal and Chattisgarh
  • Account for 41% of India's population
  • Saw a drop in their share in Indian GDP from 32% at the beginning of the 90s to under 26%, now.
  • This is at a time when India grew @ 9.2%

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sachar muslims worse off than dalits
Sachar: Muslims worse off than Dalits
  • Sachar Committee report, 30th Nov 2006
  • 94.9% of Muslims Below Poverty Line (BPL)
  • Muslims high school passed: 7.2% (India)
  • Muslims enrolled in colleges: 6.5% (India)
  • Muslim Graduate (Rural): 0.8% to 1.3% (India)
  • Muslims Graduate (Urban): 6.1%, Post-graduates: 1.2%
  • IIMs: 1.3% and IITs: 1.7%, but success rate better that others >> far lesser numbers write these tests >> discrimination?? NO.
  • 54.6% Muslims in villages and 60 per cent in urban areas, have never attended schools
  • Government Staff 6.4%, Police Services 3.3%, Admin. services 2.2%, Foreign services 1.6% But, Total labour force 10%.
  • Muslims in Judiciary 8% >> But Judges: 2.7%.

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Sachar: Muslims worse off than Dalits
  • Urban areas: 80% Muslim boys are enrolled in schools, [90% of Dalits] … [95% of others].
  • In 1965, the proportion of enrolled urban Muslim and Dalit children was the same – 72%.
  • Rural areas: just 68% Muslim girls are at school [72% Dalit girls] …
  • In 1965, urban Muslim girls (52% enrolment) were better off than Dalits (40%).
  • Who stops us from sending our children to school?

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Sachar: Muslims worse off than Dalits
  • 60.2% Muslims living in rural areas have no land.
  • Just 2.1% of Muslim farmers have tractors. With 15,25,000 tractors, India ranks #4 after US, Japan and Italy.
  • A mere 1% own handpumps for safe/clean drinking water...
  • Only 3.2% Muslims get subsidized loans
  • Just 1.9% Muslims benefit from Antyodaya Anna Yojana Scheme
  • Only 4% Muslim students are enrolled in madarsas
  • Muslim parents are not averse to modern education
  • Allah’s gift: Infant Mortality Rate and Sex ratio, Muslims better than others.
  • “apparently, Muslims are able to compete better when they complete their graduation.”

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time to act
TIME TO ACT …. ?
  • Na samjhoge to mit jaoge ….
  • Islam zinda hota hai har karbala ke baad …
  • How many more karbalas do we need to wake up?
  • Can we get some inspiration from Christian Missionaries? RSS-affiliated thousands of schools in tribal villages?
  • Can we work to improve quality of education, healthcare?
  • Or, shall we wait and watch? For another Karbala?

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good deeds why
GOOD DEEDS, why??
  • And give glad tidings to those who believe and do righteous gooddeeds, that for them will be Gardens under which rivers flow (Paradise). Every time they will be provided with a fruit therefrom, they will say: "This is what we were provided with before," and they will be given things in resemblance (i.e. in the same form but different in taste) and they shall have therein Azwajun Mutahharatun (purified mates or wives), (having no menses, stools, urine, etc.) and they will abide therein forever.  (  سورة البقرة  , Al-Baqara, Chapter #2, Verse #25)

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GOOD DEEDS, why??
  • Verily! Those who believe and those who are Jews and Christians, and Sabians, whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day and do righteous gooddeeds shall have their reward with their Lord, on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve .  (  سورة البقرة  , Al-Baqara, Chapter #2, Verse #62)
  • And those who believe (in the Oneness of Allah - Islamic Monotheism) and do righteous gooddeeds, they are dwellers of Paradise, they will dwell therein forever.  (  سورة البقرة  , Al-Baqara, Chapter #2, Verse #82)

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GOOD DEEDS, why??
  • And as for those who believe (in the Oneness of Allah) and do righteous gooddeeds, Allah will pay them their reward in full. And Allah does not like the Zalimoon (polytheists and wrong-doers).  (  سورة آل عمران  , Aal-e-Imran, Chapter #3, Verse #57)
  • Those who answered (the Call of) Allah and the Messenger (Muhammad SAW) after being wounded; for those of them who did gooddeeds and feared Allah, there is a great reward.  (  سورة آل عمران  , Aal-e-Imran, Chapter #3, Verse #172)
  • And whoever does righteous gooddeeds, male or female, and is a true believer in the Oneness of Allah (Muslim), such will enter Paradise and not the least injustice, even to the size of a Naqeera (speck on the back of a datestone), will be done to them.  (  سورة النساء  , An-Nisa, Chapter #4, Verse #124)

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enjoy this world and eat as cattle eat
Enjoy this world and eat as cattle eat??
  • Verily Allah will admit those who believe and do righteous deeds, to Gardens beneath which rivers flow; while those who reject Allah will enjoy (this world) and eat as cattle eat; and the Fire will be their abode. [Quran, Surah#47, Ayah#12]
  • Alternative translation: “The essential aspect of Allah's association, help and support is that as a result of their Eiman and righteous deeds, Allah will bestow on them a blissful heavenly life the freshness of which will never fade. However for people who deny truth and think that life means only physical existence in this world, there is no difference between their lives and that of animals. Like the animals they eat, drink and enjoy life (and then die). The result of this concept of life is nothing but death and destruction (of human dignity).”

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Yahoo!Group launched: 14th June 2004

www.biharanjuman.org launched: 3rd Oct, 2005

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Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) said, "I command you to do five things:
    • a group (organization),
    • Hearing (Listening),
    • Obedience (obeying the amir),
    • Hijra (as the need arises), and
    • Jihad – internal (continuous process) + external (when called for).
  • He who secedes from the community, as much as a span, has cast off the tie of Islam from his neck unless he returns, and he who summons to what the pre-Islamic people believed belongs to the assemblies of Jahannam even if he fasts, prays, and asserts that he is a Muslim."
      • Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith#3694, narrated by Al-Harith al-Ash'ari

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Chapter Representatives

Naiyer Ahsan (Dubai)

Asrarul Haque (AMU)

Perwez Ahmad (Chennai)

Khan Parvez Ahmed (Patna)

Aijaz Haque (Jeddah and Patna)

Sufian Badar (Delhi)

Faisal Ahmed (Delhi)

Syed Quamar Ahmad Iqbal (Riyadh)

Siraj Akram (Riyadh)

Jawaid Iqbal (Chicago)

Aftab Usmani (California)

K. W. Falahi (AMU)

Shams Noor Alam (Bangalore)

Zafar Aslam (Jubail, KSA)

Shakil Ahmed Kakvi (Qatar + Jehanabad)

Syed Anwer Jamal (Qatar)

Ejaz Ahmed (Kolkata)

Ayaz A Shafi (Kolkata)

Azhar Imam (Hyderabad)

  • Moderators (Yahoo! Group)
  • Ahmad Rasheed (Darbhanga, Hufoof, AMU)
  • Shabi Hashmi (Darbhanga, UK, AMU)
  • Abul Farah (Ranchi, Korea, AMU)
  • Shakeel Ashrafi (Jehanabad, Patna, Abu Dhabi, NIT-Surathkal)
  • Atia Khan (BAJEE, Patna, JMI)
  • Syed Rashique Ahmad (Jeddah, Patna)
  • Shakeel Ashraf (Sharjah, Begusarai, MIT)
  • Firdausi Imam (Toronto, Muzaffarpur, Kolkata)
  • Shakeel Ahmad (Dubai, Samastipur, IT-BHU, XLRI)

www.biharanjuman.org/moderators.htm

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time where is the time for all this
Time … where is the time for all this?
  • Sahih Muslim Hadith 5612: Narrated by Buraydah ibn al-Hasib on the authority of his father: Allah's Messenger (saws) said: ‘He who played chess is like one who dyed his hand with the flesh and blood of swine.’
  • O Children of Adam! Take your adornment (by wearing your clean clothes), while praying and going round (the Tawaf of ) the Kabah, and eat and drink but waste not by extravagance, certainly He (Allah) likes not Al-Musrifoon (those who waste by extravagance). Al-Araf, Chapter #7, Verse #31

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patrons

www.biharanjuman.org/Patrons.htm

PATRONS
  • Salman Ahmad Siddiquee (Darbhanga, Hyderabad, Dubai)
  • Dr. Imteyaz Ahmad Khan (Chapra, UK)
  • Dr. Moiz Shams (Patna, Makkah)
  • Dr. Maulana Saud Alam Qasmi (Darbhanga, AMU)
  • Moin "Moon" Khan (Illinois, USA)
  • Dr. Syed Iqbal Haider (Nalanda, Sharjah)
  • Anwar Bari (Muzaffarpur, Sharjah)

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muslim personalities

www.biharanjuman.org/Muslim_Personalities.htm

Muslim Personalities
  • Sher Shah Suri, The Lion King of India
  • Sir Syed Ali Imam & Syed Hasan Imam
  • Maulana Mazharul Haque
  • Dr. Syed Mahmood
  • Maulana Mohammed Ali Mungheri (RA)
  • Maulana Syed Sulaiman Nadvi (RA)
  • Maulana Manazir Ahsan Geelani (RA)
  • Maulana Minatullah Rehmani (RA)
  • Qadhi Mujahidul Islam Qasmi (RA)
  • Daud Khan
  • Pir Shah Nufa
  • Sufi Saint Makhdoom Shah
  • Mullah Muhammed Said

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muslim personalities20

www.biharanjuman.org/Muslim_Personalities.htm

Muslim Personalities
  • Patrons of Bihar Anjuman
  • Dr. Syed Hasan (Syed Bhai) of Insan School
  • Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, environmental advisor to UK Govt.
  • Dr. Abdul Wahab Ashrafi, ex-Chairman, Bihar Universities Services Commission
  • Brother Amanullah Khan, Chairman, Students Islamic Trust
  • Dr. Manzoor Alam, Chairman, Institute of Objective Studies

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muslim institutions www biharanjuman org institutions htm
Muslim Institutionswww.biharanjuman.org/institutions.htm

About Us [About Bihar Anjuman]www.biharanjuman.org/about.htm

Website

About Biharwww.biharanjuman.org/know_bihar.htm

Objectiveswww.biharanjuman.org/objectives.htm

Events [Events organized by Bihar Anjuman]www.biharanjuman.org/events.htm

News [Live from IndianMuslims.info]www.biharanjuman.org/news.htm

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job hunt www biharanjuman org vacancies htm
Job Huntwww.biharanjuman.org/vacancies.htm

Website

Scholarshipwww.biharanjuman.org/banee.htm

Articleswww.biharanjuman.org/articles_all.htm

Projectswww.biharanjuman.org/projects.htm

Matrimonials [SABA: Shadi Assistance by BA]www.biharanjuman.org/matrimonials.htm

Achieverswww.biharanjuman.org/achievers.htm

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useful links more 150 links www biharanjuman org links htm
Useful Links – more 150 linkswww.biharanjuman.org/links.htm

Anjuman FAQwww.biharanjuman.org/FAQ.htm

Website

Yahoo!Groupwww.biharanjuman.org/yahoo.htm

Anti-dowrywww.biharanjuman.org/dowry.htm

Higher Educationwww.biharanjuman.org/high_ed_ind.htm

BA Chapterswww.biharanjuman.org/chapters.htm

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anjuman email shakeel@biharanjuman org www biharanjuman org email htm
Anjuman Email - shakeel@biharanjuman.orgwww.biharanjuman.org/email.htm

Patna Flights – Petition to Civil Aviation Ministrywww.petitiononline.com/Patna/petition.html

Website

Guide to Islamwww.biharanjuman.org/islam_guide.htm

Quran Translation [Full Quran - Surah Index]Arabic Uthmani, Arabic Simple, TransliterationTranslations in English by Yusuf Ali, Shakir, Pickthal, Mohsin Khan, Translations in French, Spanish, Indonesian, Melayu, Germanwww.biharanjuman.org/quran.htm

BASERA – BA’s Schemes for Empowerment of Rural Areaswww.biharanjuman.org/basera.htm

BA Calendar [Desk & Wall Calendar, by Siraj Akramwww.biharanjuman.org/desk_calendar.htm

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shabi s blog www biharanjuman org shabi blog htm
Shabi’s Blogwww.biharanjuman.org/shabi_blog.htm

Website

FIFA World Cupwww.biharanjuman.org/fifa_world_cup.htm

BASIL – BA’s Sources of Infinite Learningwww.biharanjuman.org/basil.htm

BAJEE – BA’s Jewels for Educational & Economic Empowermentwww.biharanjuman.org/bajee.htm

BANEE Career Centrewww.biharanjuman.org/bcc_delhi.htm

Search for any word in Quran or in Hadeethwww.biharanjuman.org/islamic_tools.htm

NRI Commissions in Stateswww.biharanjuman.org/nri_commissions.htm

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dubai newspaper profiles bihar anjuman www biharanjuman org emiratespost pdf
Dubai Newspaper profiles Bihar Anjumanwww.biharanjuman.org/emiratespost.pdf

Weather in Patna (Live)www.biharanjuman.org/home.htm

Website

Model School Project at Ranipur Villagewww.biharanjuman.org/Project_ranipur.htm

Convert Hijri Dates to Gregorian Dateswww.biharanjuman.org/islamic_tools.htm

Convert Gregorian Dates to Hijri Dateswww.biharanjuman.org/islamic_tools.htm

Help build Sabalpur (Patna) mosquewww.biharanjuman.org/sabalpur.htm

Foreign Missions in Indiawww.biharanjuman.org/foreign_missions.htm

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objectives
Objectives
  • The Anjuman shall be a non-profit welfare organization.
  • The Anjuman shall have no affiliation with any political or religious organization whatsoever.
  • The Anjuman shall respect the law of the land at all times
  • To promote friendship, social and cultural relations among NRI Muslims hailing from Bihar and Jharkhand.
  • To prepare and maintain a comprehensive directory showing complete names and addresses of all expatriates from Bihar  and Jharkhand living anywhere in the world
  • Anjuman shall strive to establish funds, to fulfill objectives including, but not limited to, the following:
  • To offer aid and assistance to the people of Bihar  and Jharkhand badly affected by natural calamities and other disastrous incidents.
  • To establish close contacts with other organizations and extend full support in promoting welfare activities outside Bihar  and Jharkhand for Muslim brethren affected during calamities.

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Objectives
  • To provide financial support for (a) marriage of economically weak Muslim girls from Bihar  or Jharkhand , and (b) for technical education to economically weak Muslims of Bihar.
  • To help, assist and aid in the establishment of institutions for promoting technical and job-oriented education in Bihar  and Jharkhand for Muslims.
  • To award scholarship to eligible, talented and economically challenged Muslim students of Bihar  and Jharkhand pursuing technical education.
  • To set up an information and guidance centre and maintain a data-bank of Educational Institutions for career enhancement
  • To obtain information from government bodies on facilities offered for rehabilitation of NRIS returning home and providing the same to members.
  • To propagate Islamic values and participate actively in the reforms leading to betterment of the Islamic society.
  • To organize religious, literary, social and cultural get-togethers.

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part b objectives for local chapters at country or city levels
Part-B: Objectives For Local Chapters (at country or city levels)
  • To meet regularly to devise means leading to achieve the goals, review the working of the Anjuman and to present members' views and demands/ requirements.
  • To provide moral, material and physical help to members in case of
    • Any accident,
    • Serious illness leading to hospitalization,
    • Financial crisis,
    • Death.
  • To provide legal support to members whenever required.
  • To provide physical, moral and financial support to non-member NRI Muslims hailing from Bihar  and Jharkhand in times of crisis, e.g., to stranded new-comers.
  • To provide guidance, feedback and assistance to all new entrants from Bihar seeking placement in the concerned country.
  • To maintain a data-bank of prospective employers for the new entrants.
  • The above is to be achieved in a transparent manner by respecting the views of most of the members through a modus operandi agreed by the group. Members should provide suggestions in order to make the best use of the resources that we may generate through cooperation.

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projects
Projects
  • BANEE – Bihar ANjuman’s Educational Empowerment schemes
    • Scholarship: 15 beneficiaries currently + info about numerous schemes from other sources
    • Model Schools
    • Career & Counselling Centres
    • Polytechnic (ITI)
      • Women’s polytechnic in Patna
      • ITI in Darbhanga
  • BAJEE
  • BASIL
  • BASERA

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274

الَّذِينَ يُنفِقُونَ أَمْوَالَهُم بِاللَّيْلِ وَالنَّهَارِ سِرّاً وَعَلاَنِيَةً فَلَهُمْ أَجْرُهُمْ عِندَ رَبِّهِمْ وَلاَ خَوْفٌ عَلَيْهِمْ وَلاَ هُمْ يَحْزَنُونَ

Projects
  • Health Camps
    • Free Eye Camps, by Dr. Moiz Shams, Makkah (View pictures)
    • Eye Hospital, by Dr. Moiz Shams, Makkah

Those who (in charity) spend of their goods by night and by day, in secret and in public, have their reward with their Lord: on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve. [Surah: Al-Baqara, Ayah: 274]

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be a witnesses for mankind messenger khalifa
Be a witnesses for mankind – Messenger/ Khalifa
  • 022.078 (YUSUFALI)
  • And strive in His cause as ye ought to strive, (with sincerity and under discipline). He has chosen you, and has imposed no difficulties on you in religion; it is the cult of your father Abraham. It is He Who has named you Muslims, both before and in this (Revelation); that the Messenger may be a witness for you, and ye be witnesses for mankind! So establish regular Prayer, give regular Charity, and hold fast to Allah! He is your Protector - the Best to protect and the Best to help!

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Be a witnesses for mankind – Messenger/ Khalifa
  • 021.073 (YUSUFALI)
  • And We made them leaders, guiding (men) by Our Command, and We sent them inspiration to do good deeds, to establish regular prayers, and to practise regular charity; and they constantly served Us (and Us only).
  • 022.035 (YUSUFALI)
  • To those whose hearts when Allah is mentioned, are filled with fear, who show patient perseverance over their afflictions, keep up regular prayer, and spend (in charity) out of what We have bestowed upon them.

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charity helping others 61 instances in quran found using search engine
CHARITY >>> helping others (61 instances in Quran, found using “Search Engine”)

http://www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/reference/searchquran.html

  • 002.043; 002.083; 002.110; 002.177; 002.215; 002.263; 002.264; 002.267; 002.270; 002.271; 002.273; 002.274; 002.276; 002.277; 002.280; 004.077; 004.092; 004.114; 004.162; 005.012; 005.045; 005.055; 007.156; 009.005; 009.011; 009.018; 009.071; 009.075; 009.079; 009.104; 012.088; 014.031; 019.031; 019.055; 021.073; 022.035; 022.041; 022.078; 023.004; 023.060; 024.037; 024.056; 027.003; 028.054; 030.039; 031.004; 032.016; 033.033; 033.035; 035.029; 041.007; 057.007; 057.018; 058.012; 058.013; 063.010; 064.016; 073.020; 075.031; 092.005; 098.005
  • Mostly appearing as “aqeemus-salat wa a’tauz-zakat”

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proven recipe for success
Proven Recipe for success
  • Vision
  • Mission
  • Goals
  • Objectives

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Vision

Empowerment

  • Educational: literacy, skill development, professionalism
  • Social (Religious): reduce alienation w.r.t other societies, participation, brotherhood (bondage), progressive society, networking, joining of hands, meeting of minds
  • Cultural (Religious): eradicate evils (casteism, inequality, dowry, unislamic practices), propagate Islamic values
  • Economic: Develop earning capabilities, exploit opportunities, micro-finance, macro-finance, zakat for economic development?
  • Political: last priority - if the above is achieved, political empowerment automatically comes our way. But awareness is essential, approach must be sensible, strengthen the hands of benefactors.

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road map
Road Map
  • Dream big – dare to dream
  • Know our bundle of resources and capabilities, understand Core Competencies (Hamel & Prahalad)
  • Develop Strategy: Based on mission, vision, goals & objectives. Stretch and Leverage (Take inspiration from the story of Japan)
  • Develop Plans
  • Enact
  • Review [Results, resources, strategies, plans, actions]
  • Repeat 2 to 6, continuously

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strategic alliances
Strategic Alliances

No re-inventing of the WHEEL

  • Al Noor Trust (Dr. Moiz Shams)
  • Institute of Objective Studies (IOS)
  • Biharbrains
  • Kainat Foundation
  • Imarat-e-Sharia
  • Dr. Abdul Hai’s trust
  • Al Khair Cooperative Credit Society

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strategic moves
Strategic Moves

No way to compete with the govt

  • NGO Formation & Registration
  • Relationship with District Administration
  • Info gathering – all state govt funds
  • Info gathering – all central govt funds
  • Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
  • Relationship with IDB
  • Relationship with business houses
  • Garnering HANDS

Utilize government funds & maximize benefits to our community

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hands we need a lot of them
HANDS – We need a lot of them
  • H: Harness, Harvest [Hands, minds, hearts]
  • A: Active
  • N: Network of New [hands, energy, ideas]
  • D: Decisive [Quick decisions, speedy communication]
  • S: Soldiers [of peace, for Action]

HANDS: Harness Active Network of Decisive Soldiers

HANDS: Shall we have yours?

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strategy as stretch leverage
Strategy as Stretch & Leverage
  • How have firms with limited resource endowment but great ambitions (such as Canon) succeeded?
    • They set their goals higher than what their limited resources could enable them to attain immediately. They created a “stretch”
    • They leveraged their resources to reach these seemingly unreachable goals
  • So, do you still doubt that you also can?!

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Strategy as Stretch & Leverage
  • Concentrating
    • Convergence
    • Focus
  • Accumulating
    • Extracting
    • Borrowing

Resources can be leveraged in six ways

  • Complementing
    • Blending
    • Balancing
  • Conserving resources
    • Recycling
    • Co-opting
    • Shielding
  • Recovering

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challenges if anything islam promotes growth
Challenges - If anything, Islam promotes GROWTH*
  • Social
  • Cultural
  • Religious
  • Educational
  • Technological
  • Economic
  • Political
  • Psychological

If we think we can … … …. … … We Will!

Islam teaches OPTIMISM

*Noland, Marcus, 2003, Religion, Culture, and Economic Performance, Institute for International Economics

(www.iie.com/publications/wp/2003/03-8.pdf, retrieved Jan 2004)

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Whatever is being done is just a beginning, and there is a lot to do within the limited time that has been allotted to us by Allah.

  • Who can guarantee that he will live tomorrow?
  • Therefore, we have to try our best to do whatever we can, today.
  • We just can't postpone things for the morrow.
  • In Bihar Anjuman, every one has a fair chance of proving his love for fellow Muslims and his obedience to commandments of Allah and Rasool, in this respect.
  • Just talking about it in forums and in teashops or on stages are not enough.

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It's time to take note, and stand up, dear brothers!

Small deeds done are better than great deeds planned

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Questions?

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Thank You!

Jazakallah!

You have been too GOOD

masha-Allah!!

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