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IMRC’s engineering college organises workshop on improving education in schools

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Barabanki: Jahangirabad Institute of Technology (JIT), organized a teaching workshop for all the senior officials and headmasters of all the major schools of Uttar Pradesh to discuss the ways of improving the state of education in schools.

The programme began with institute director Mohammed Rafi welcoming all the members, and talking about how JIT is committed to improving the quality of education and ensure that the same reaches all the people.

Adding to the same philosophy, special guest for the occasion Roshan Gandhi too said that ensuring education for all was the need of the hour.

Karim Ikram, a teacher from the US along with S Ahmed, faculty at PMT College, answered the various queries presented by the participants during the workshop.

At the end of the workshop, Maqsood Quadri, Trustee, thanked the participants and stressed on the need to have more programmes in order to ensure that these programmes play an important role in the development of education in the sector.

The programmed was attended by Mohammed Naeem, Rehman Qidwai, Dr AK Mishra, Gaus Moiuddin, Afaaq Ahmed, Mohammed Zubair Khan and Mohammed Fahad along with Pratiksha Bansal.

Jahangirabad Institute of Technology (JIT) under the umbrella of Jahangirabad Educational Trust Group of Institutions (JETGI) is promoted by a number of professionally successful Indians who are settled abroad and have come together to promote higher education with leadership skills to give back to the community through Indian Muslim Relief and Charities (IMRC).

Besides Engineering in Computer Science, Civil, Electronic, Electrical and Mechanical, JIT also offers MBA course. There is a separate Media Institute (JMI) that offers diploma and certificate courses in media and has the state of art studios and infrastructure.

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