Hazrath Hameed Shah and Hazrath Muhib Shah Dargha Committee is a subsidiary of Karnataka Wakf Board. The Committee manages the affairs of Hameed Shah Complex and other assets.
The objective of the committee is to use its resources towards betterment of society improving the educational and technical skills of the students, providing medical assistance to the poor and helping the needy.
In pursuance of its objectives, the committee has rendered following services and established institutions:
HHS & HMS ITI: This institute imparts education to about 200 students in various technical skills such as A.C Technology, electrician, Electronic engineering, Mechanical Engineering and welding technology.
HHS & HMS Girls Hostel: This hostel is meant for the girls coming from different parts of the state and the nation to pursue studies in different educational institutions in Bengaluru. The hostel accommodates 150 students.
Dialysis Centre: The committee has set up a dialysis unit, which provides dialysis facility free of cost to about 30 persons a day. Dialysis treatment in Private costs about Rs. 1,500/- per head.
Urban Health Centre: The Committee runs an Urban Health Centre in collaboration with BBMP providing free Medical Consultancy and free medicine. On an average, daily 150 patients avail this benefit.
V.K Obaidullah School: This school was earlier adopted by a business group. The group got into legal entanglement and the financial assistance from them abruptly stopped creating panic in Students, parents, teachers and staff and the locality. There were 1800 students in the sehool coming from the poorest of poor in the society. Understanding the gravity of the situation, the committee, responded to the appeals from the local social workers and leaders, adopted the school and running it successfully at an estimated expenses of Rs.1,00,00,000/- per annum. Hon’ble Education Minister Sri Suresh Kumar who visited the school was highly impressed and appreciated the efforts of the committee.
Besides, the following proposals are on hand for implementation:
PSI Training (Police Sub- Inspector Training): Training to prepare candidates for competitive examinations. In this regard, the committee plans to provide free coaching, training & accommodation with food for deserving candidates to those who wish to appear for the selection of Police- Sub Inspector in the next two months (The Govt of Karnataka have announced selection for the post of 224 Sub- Inspectors). It is also envisaged to make this programme ongoing for giving similar training to both the male and female candidates appearing for various posts under State & Central Govt.
The Govt Skill Development programme (Chief Minister’s Kausalya Karnataka Yojane): This is one of the ambitious programs of the Government to ensure employment oriented skill development of youth. There are 1600 courses, The Govt of Karnataka was pleased to grant accreditation to the institution. The institution has already began training for Dialysis Technician, General Duty Assistant, and Home Health aid. Further, it will be expanded to cover important courses like armed security guard, driving, fashion Designer, Beautician, Horticulture, farming etc. SSLC failed candidates also can acquire the skill through training and obtain certificate issued by the Government which will give them openings in various govt, Semi Govt & Corporate sectors.
The committee aims to extend this training to minimum 1000 candidates per year and also to start these trainings in various localities across the state, The committee envisions that nobody should remain unskilled and unemployed.
Blood Bank: The poor are finding it very difficult to get blood when in necd. They have to run around. At times, they do not get the blood. Even if they get each bottle of blood costs Rs.1,800/- In order to enable the poor to get the blood free of cost and without tension, a Blood Bank will be established The donors would be motivated and encouraged to donate blood. The blood so collected shall be given to the needy free of cost. In this connection the committee desires toappoint Doctors: MBBS, MD, Pathology or MBBS, DCP, In Technical Supervisor: BSc. MLT, Technician: DMLT, In Staff Nurse: GNM, Social Worker: MSW Interested may please contact the given numbers.
All the above 3 programme require huge funds. Therefore, the committee seeks liberal donations from Philanthropists. As these programmes besides generating employment would also empower the deprived clsses, the committee appeals to the NGO’s to kindly create awareness so that maximum candidates undergo skill development training.
Ph No. Office: 080-43705786, Education Convener: 9845453355, Special Officer – 9886925171. Assistant: 6360623151.
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