Mangalore, August 31:’ If we create self confidence in the children and give them a best education, then we will get the solution to every problems of the community’, said Health Minister U.T Khader.
He was speaking after giving the ‘Moulana Abdul Kalam Azad’ and ‘Sir. Allama Iqbal’ award to SSLC and PUC four topper students, organised by Universal Welfare Forum (UNIWEF) at Kankanadi community hall, he said that education provides much capacity and everyone can get more from the education than the government facility.
In the presidential address UNIWEF state president Rafeeuddin Kudroli said that the administrators must stop as seeing the Muslims as second category citizen and to come out from these situation Muslims must involve themselves in the politics, he suggested.
SDM Law College principal Dr. B.K Raveendra said that people must build an attitude to give back to the society, whatever is gain from it.
Proprietor Abdul Khader Riyaz Bava and Educational division convener Akbar Kavalkatte were the chief guests of the programme.
District president U.K. Khalid, members Abdul Basith, Jamaluddin and others were present.
Putttur St. Philomena high school student Muhammad Anas, Sullia, Goonadka Neharu memorial P.U College student Thoufeera gain the award in SSLC level and Ramakunjeshwara College student Zaheera and Mangalore St. Aloysius College student Zubair Ullal achieved the award in the P.U.C level.
By: Sathish Kapikad