Saturday, October 1st, 2022

More than 500 poor girls have graduated from Jamiatun-Niswan As-Salafia

500 poor daughters recently graduated from Jamiatun Niswan As-Salafia, which is led by Nowhera Shaik. 

Nowhera Shaik expressed her gratitude upon their graduation: “It was an honor for me to have the opportunity to mentor and teach the poor and downtrodden girl children in my society.” I was indeed overcome with emotion as I handed over their diplomas, as it had always been my dream to educate impoverished young girls. I am so fortunate that Heera Institute educates poor and marginalized girls.” 

Everyone is aware that Nowhera established the Heera Group two decades ago in 1998. Since its inception, the primary objective has been to educate girls. 

Heera Group and its various other wings have made a concerted effort to educate impoverished and marginalized rural girls. Jamiatun-Niswan As-Salafia is a sincere effort to educate impoverished girls. 

This is not, however, their first foray into women’s empowerment. Heera Group has supported nearly hundreds of educational and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) dedicated to the advancement of women’s rights, particularly in the area of girls’ education. 

Nowhera Shaik aspires to establish a college with an Indian mind, heart, and soul. 

The covid-19 pandemic has put an end to young children’s education, as schools and colleges have been closed for the last two years. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, schools and colleges have been forced to move classes online. 

Nowhera Shaik has always placed a premium on education, and her organization has worked to educate young students. She also desired to strengthen the educational system, and thus began by establishing educational institutions such as Jamiatun Niswan As-Salfia. 

However, she aspires to establish a college with an Indian mind, an Indian heart, and an Indian soul; a college that embodies values and celebrates the culture of excellence. She believes that a world-class curriculum with a global perspective is critical to children’s education. In preparing them to face the challenges of the twenty-first century with self-assurance and character strength. 

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