Mission & Vission 

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Summary of The College 

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Our facilities 

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Latest Events 

  • Admission Open for All Courses.... 2016/18 04 May 2016, 09:08


  • BEd courses started "Session 2016-18" 04 May 2016, 09:09


  • Download our Admission form from TGT official Website 18 Sep 2012, 04:59


Chairman Desk 

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Chairman Message

Sharing knowledge is the best way to serve nation. I was involved in education and medical field since very long time. I believe that knowledge provide the identity to the humans. I have made every possible effort for the betterment of the society that will be possible only by the education and with an educated society, we can enjoy and share the peace and harmony collectively.

It is my keen desire that our students become the leader of todays competitive world and this dream can only come true with the active struggle and devotion.

Our mission is to provide our students the best qualities of education.

No society can progress substantially unless its weaker sections are taken care of supported and assured of really assistance. We believe in a welfare state and also in a welfare society.

Dr. Shah Shahid Rasheed Sabri

Message of Mr. Naved Masood I.A.S.

I have had the pleasure of acquaintance of Dr. Shahid Rasheed Sabri for the last more than a decade when his educational mission was still in its stage of infancy. It has been a real delight to see the once embryonic institutions grow into vibrant entities attesting to the indomitable dynamism and the 'never say die' attitude of the founder. The manner in which Dr. Sabri dealt with the teething troubles and the many road-blocks which bedevil such enterprises in truly inspiring. I have no doubt that when the history of revival of education of Muslims in post independence India comes to be written, the saga of the Iqra and Hazrat Meeranji Bheek Institutions and the ardours of Shahid Sahib and his associates will surely find a place in it. That religious and linguistic minorities have distinctive educational needs is acknowledged in our Constitution which, through Article 30 (i) confers on such minorities the fundamental right to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice. Despite this wholesome dispensation, there has been limited progress in the field particularly among Muslims in North India. There is no gainsaying the fact that the cause of educational advancement of Muslims in best served through educations of the right kind and qualities managed by the community itself with support of the state. The lqra group amply reflects that paradigm and all kudos are deserved by its promoters. I feel privileged to send my best wishes to the inStitutions and look forward to their continued progress and growing prosperity in the years to come. May these ventures set a shining example to be emulated by the community elsewhere. Ameen Summa Ameen

 (Naved Masood)I.A.S.

 C-7. MS Flats Mak Lane

 New Delhi-110001



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