Hyderabad: The 10th national conference of the All India Muslim Educational Society (AIMES) will be held in the city from November 4.
Conference committee chairman and former law minister (Andhra Pradesh) Asif Pasha told that the two-day conference aims to discuss problems faced by the community. The agenda of this conference is to discuss the Muslim communities’ educational, financial and social problems. He revealed that Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao will kick off the conference on November 4.
As reported by TOI, about 2,000 delegates, including experts and academicians from across the country, are expected to attend the national conference.
The conference will be followed by an All India Mushaira to be held at the Chowmahalla Palace on November 4.