Urdu examinations of Abid Ali Khan Educational Trust conducted successfully

Urdu examinations of Abid Ali Khan Educational Trust conducted successfully

Hyderabad: Abid Ali Khan Educational Trust in collaboration with Idara-e-Adabiyat-e-Urdu conducted Urdu Dani, Urdu Zaban Dani and Urdu Insha examinations successfully.

These exams were held in Telangana, AP and other states of the country on Sunday, 27th January 2019.

In all, 63321 boys, girls, men and women belonging to various religions and speaking various languages took these examinations.

In Hyderabad, this examination was held at 378 centers. In the same manner, in the districts of Telangana, there were 37 centers and in other states, 24 centers conducted this examinations.

Mr. Zahid Ali Khan, Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily, Mr. Zaheeruddin Ali Khan, Managing Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily, Prof. Mohammed Ameruddin, Dr. Masood Jafri, Dr. Siyadat Ali, Dr. Nazim Ali, Dr. Nikhat Ara Shaheen, Dr. Mohammed Aslam Farooqui, Dr. Mohammed Hilal Azmi, Mr. Mohammed Mustafa Ali Sarwari, Ms. Yasmeen Begum, Ms. Nazia Begum, Dr. Zulfikhar Mohiudddn, Dr. C M Basheer and other intellectuals visited various centers in Hyderabad.

At Mehboob Husain Jigar Center, more than 100 candidates took the examination. Mr. Kishor, an employee of University of Hyderabad who took the exam told that he has the passion to learn Urdu.

It may be mentioned that after passing these examinations, candidates get government jobs.

The plant of development of Urdu which was planted 20 years back by late Mr. Abid Ali Khan, Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily and late Mr. Mehboob Husain Jigar, Joint Editor of Siasat Urdu Daily has grown into a gigantic tree. Many women are teaching Urdu while attending to tailoring and other crafts.

An IX class student Sweetha whose mother is a carpenter wants to become a doctor. Sarija Rajita, a student of English medium also has a passion for Urdu.

These Urdu examination are held twice in January and June every year wherein thousands of candidates take these examinations. So far, 15-20 lakh youngsters have learnt Urdu reading and writing.