BANGALORE: August 28, 2011. “Those who are serving in the field of education will always be remembered while those in politics or other fields are forgotten with time,” said Hafiz Amjad Hussain Karnataki, Chairman of Karnataka Urdu Academy after laying the foundation stone for staff quarters at Al-Ameen residential schools campus (ARS), Hoskote near here recently. He further said, “The role of a teacher is of utmost importance for the development of any educational institution and they will fully concentrate on their duties if they are free from financial worries.”
On this occasion Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan said, “We have started this work with trust in Allah.” Major Fareed Ullah, A. Shaikh Dawood, Iqbal Ahmad Baig, Muhammad Saifullah, Abdul Salaam Faiz, Syed Aejaz Ahmad, and Naveed Ahmad were present along with teachers and students. The estimated cost of the project is Rupees three crore says a press release from ARS Secretary, Saifullah.