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LEADING LUMINARIES OF THE AMBUR MUSLIM EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY

A BRIEF PROFILE

 1.         Janab T. Abdullah Sahib :

He was a tireless and selfless social worker.  Realising the importance of secular education, he laid the foundation for a school with moral and material support of prominent Muslims of Ambur.  The ten existed Chowk Mosque Madrasa was taken over on 16th December 1905 and later named as Madrasa-e-Mazharul Uloom”.  His interest I modern education was so much that he visited Aligarh, closely observed Sir syed Ahmed Khan’s educational developments there and inspired by it prepared a plan for a Muslim school in Ambur meant for all without any discrimination whatsoever.  It was primarily his aim to create for young Muslims a good institution for their educational, cultural and social developments.  He is remembered as “Sir Syed of Ambur.”

2.         Janab Maligai Abdul Rahman Sahib

He was the first President of AMES from 1910 to 1939 when he passed away.  He was the Head of the Muslim Jamaath.  His imposing personality, ability to settle disputes, diplomacy, abundant patience, timely suggestions and wise decisions to the satisfaction of the people made him a popular figure.  He is still remembered by elders for his ability to render justice to the people.

3.         Janab Jalal Abdul Carim Sahib

He was the first Hon. Secretaryof AMES from 1910 to 1913.  His varied acts of munificence in helping the poor intheir dayto dayaffiars, solving financial problems, concerning marriage and other functions were unparalleled.  He used to help every good cause.  Most of the institutions of Ambur are the neneficiaries of his generous financial assistance.  Madrasa-e-Jalaalia functioning now was founded by him.  The extensive ground on which the Mazharul Uloom Higher Secondary School building stand was gifted by him.  He was a great philanthropist and he still remains green in the memory of the people of Ambur and other places.

4.         Janab Maddaikar Moulvi Mohammed Casim Sahib

He was born and brought up in Ambur.  He got his primary education in Ambur and higher religious education from Madrasa-e-Latheefia” Arabic College, Vellore.  He was a friend, philosopher and guide to one and all.  He was loved by all for his pleasing and gentle manners and wise counsel.  He was also known for his remarkable memory.  He served AMES as its General Secretary from 1914 to 1916, as its Vice President from 1916 to 1939 and as its President from 1939 to 1963.

5.         Janab Kandrikar Abdul Salam Sahib

He was the General Secretary of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society for more than 25 years from 1921 to 1947.  He had completely dedicated his life for the institution.  His interest for the spread of education was so much that he did not mind mot of his earnings being spent for the school.  People still talk how he spent his personal “:fortune” for the institution without any hesitation.  The Almighty rewarded him well for all his sacrifices and kept him affluent.  He was a man of few words and believed in action.  It was during his period of the Honorary General Secretary-ship that the Mazharul Uloom School attained the full status of a High School.

6.         Janab Kandrikar Abdul Latheef Sahib

He served as General Secretary of AMES  succeeding his father during the years 1947-52.  He was the youngest of the Secretaries.  Lack of experience did not matter much.  He carried on the administration of the school on the same way as his predecessor.  He was one of the Trustees from 1947-1963.

7.         Janab .A. Ravoof Sahib

He served The Ambur Muslim Educational Society as General Secretary during the years 1952-54 and as Assistant Secretary from 1945 to 1952.  He managed its affairs intelligently and efficiently.  Much against the ancestral tradition, he chose to become a journalist influenced by the freedom struggle of our country and stuck to it till his last breath.  He established a mark in the new field chosen by him.  He was the first Editor of Radiance (Views Weekly) published from New Delhi since 1963.  He as also the founder Editor of “Crescent” weekly, Chennai and managed it till his end.

8.         Janab Bangi Hayath Basha Sahib

He served as Trustee of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1917 to 1929.  He was very much remembered for his valuable counsel and timely decisions.  He was instrumental for many successful schemes.  He made very large endowments for the cause of education.

9.         Janab V Mohammed Usman Sahib

He was the Trustee from 1917 to 1938.  As a General Secretary of AMES he had to face many crises but he endeavoured his best and was able to solve them with the co-operation of other well wishers and later even improved it.  He was the President of Ambur Panchayat Board for a log time.  It was during his period that trained teachers were appointed and higher forms were started.

10.       Janab V.L. Mohammed Nawaz Sahib

He was the Trustee from 1917 to 1930.  He rendered good service to the Society.  He helped the school financially.  His service in organizing the Society was also noteworthy.  He took keen interest in furthering the cause of education and social uplift of the community.

11.       Peshimam Haji Hafiz Moulvi Abdul Raheem Sahib

He was most popularly known as “Quari Sahib”.  He was the Trustee from 1919 to 1936.  He was educated in the holy city of Makkah where he spent his boyhood.  It was he who inspired Janab T. Abdullah Sahib to start the institution.  He was the first ‘Mudassir’ who guided in organizing the School.

12.       Janab Patel Abdul Latheef Sahib

He served as a Joint Secretary along with Janab K. Abdul Salam Sahib.  Both of them worked as a team helping each other.  They were always seen together and were almost inseparable pair.  Janab Latheef Sahib was a simple, hardworking and principled person.  These qualities helped him to become a highly prosperous businessman.  He also served a s a Trustee from 1928to 1937.

13.       Janab Kaka Mohammed Ismail Sahib

He was of Oomerabad and was educated in the traditional way.  He was well informed on religious matters.  He was managing the Jamia Dams Salam, a centre of Islamic learning.  Today it has become a full-fledged Arabic College drawing students from different parts of the country.  Its students have wide knowledge on different aspects of the Islamic faith.  He served AMES as Trustee from 1938 to 1959.

14.       Janab Nattamkar Azeemuddin Sahib

He was born and educated at Ambur.  He was one of the persons who were actively involved in the establishment of Madarasa-e-Niswan Hasnath-e-Jaria Girls Elementary School.  He was a Trustee during 1917-27 and passed away in 1927.  He was active in the Panchayat Board and so a street was named after him.  It is known as Nattamkar Azeemuddin Street in Ambur.

15.       Janab Jalal Ameenur Rahman Sahib

He was born and educated at Ambur and Chennai.  After his B.A. graduation he did B.L, and became a lawyer and started his practice at the Madras High Court.  He is the Managing Trustee of the Jalalia Elementary School. He was managing it as the Manager and Correspondent since a long period.  He has been the Trustee of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society since 1970.

16.       Janab Mecca Abdul Majeed Sahib

He was born and had normal education at Ambur.  After being a partner n leading companies like Messrs. A Abdul Shukoor & Co. and Messrs. ATB Mehtab Majeed & Co. he started a company known as Farida Prime Tannery in the year 1963 and brought it to much glory in its export performance of leather.  It has now grown into man companies producing shoes and various types of leather.  He was well known for his hospitality and camaraderie.  He was the Executive Member of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society for a long period and Vice-President from 1969 to 1982.  He took keen interest in furthering the cause of education.  He also contributed well o establish the Mazharul Uloom College at Ambur.

17.       Janab Nattamkar Mohammed Yahya Sahib

He was born and educated at Ambur.  After his graduation he became a B.T. teacher.  He was a mathematical wizard and very good in teaching mathematics.  He was called a “Tiger of Mathematics”.  He had written Urdu text books in mathematics for High Schools which were very popular.  He also participated in national level essay writing competitions and won prizes.  He was also a regular contributor of articles on education and Islam to English periodicals like Crescent, Islamic Voice, Radiance, etc.  His important book “Al-Qur’an – the word of God” was published by Janab N. Mohammed Sayeed sahib in 2022 and distributed to the people at free of cost.

When Yahya Sahib was in the Government  service in combined Madras Rajdhani at Andhra Pradesh, The Ambur Muslim Educational Society decided to avail his services for the benefit of Mazharul Uloom High School and placed the proposal before him.  He accepted it, became the Headmaster of the School in 1949 and served it efficiently till 1972.  He endeavoured his best to improve the standard of education at all levels.  It was he who introduced composite mathematics in the higher standards in the school to enable the brilliant students to become engineers.  He served the Society as an Executive Member, College Committee Member and Vice-President.

18.       Janab Bangi Akbar Basha Sahib

He was the son of Bangi Hayath Basha Sahib.  He was born in 1930 at Ambur, studied at Madrasa-e-Deeniyathand graduated at Chennai in B.Sc.  He also did his B.Sc. (Tech).  He was a first graduate in the technical field having B.Sc. in Leather Technology.  He was elected to Lok Sabha from the Vellore constituency in 1991 under the Congress ticket.  He was closely associated with the central and state political leaders.  He was th Secretary and Correspondent of the Mazharul Uloom College from 1982 to 1998.  He was the Managing Trustee of the Bangi Hayath Basha Waqf Market, Manager and Correspondent of Madrasa-e-Deeniyath Primary School as well as Bangi Hayath Basha Sahib Primary School.

19.       Janab T. Abdul Wahid Sahib

He was born in Ambur and studied at Ambur, Vaniyambadi and Madras.  He had his elementary education from Mazharul Ullom Elementary School, Ambur and High School education from Madrasa-e Azam, Madras, passed his intermediate from Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi, got his B.A. degree from Mohammedan College, Madras and obtained his B.L. law degree from the Law College, Madras.  He was a good speaker right from his school days.  After completion of his education, he served as Panchayat Officer, later became the Municipal Commissioner of a Municipality, then joined the South India Skins and Hides Merchants Association.  In 1949 he started his tanning business. H founded the T. Abdul Wahid Matriculation Higher Secondary School for boys and girls separately.  He was also connected with Chennai based The Muslim Educational Association of Southern India, Anjuman-e-Hiamauyath-e-Islam and many other institutions.  He served The Ambur Muslim Educational Society as Asst. Secretary from 1945 to 1954, as Gen. Secretary from 1958 to 1968 and as President from 1976 to 1982.  He was also instrumental for establishing the Khidmathul Muslimeen Trust at Ambur in 1966 to give interest free loans on jewels and documents.  He was also a Member of Parliament during 1962-67.

20.       Janab Peshimam Abdul Khayyoom Sahib

He was born in Ambur.  After his studies in Ambur, Vaniyambadiand Madras, he joined his family leather business in Messrs. P. Abdul Khader Sahib & Co. of his father.  He was successful businessman during his period.  He was a Trustee of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1938 to 1970.  Then he became the President of the Society.  It was during his period that the new building of the Mazharul Uloom High School at M.C. Road was constructed and hits Golden Jubilee was celebrated in a grand manner.  He took initiative and great interest in improving the quality of education.  He also helped The Muslim Educational Association of Southern India and South India Educationalk Trust for establishing The New College and SIET College respectively.

21.       Janab Anaikar AbdulShukoor Sahib

He was born at Nariyambattu, a village near Ambur and received his education there.  After some time he and his family shifted to Ambur and settled there.  He was a big and successful leather industrialist.  He was a philanthropist par excellence the likes of whom are rare.  He established many educational institutions with his own money like Anaikar Oriental (Arabic) High School and Habibia Oriental (Arabic) High School for boys and girls respectively which were later upgraded to higher secondary schools, Madrasa-e Refeequl Uloom for Islamic education and Anaikar Abdul Shukoor Educational Home meant for orphans.  He also started a hospital named Anaikar Rafeeq Ahmed Hospital at Umar Road, Ambur for giving medical service to the people of Ambur.  The best thing one finds in him even now is that his aim was to uplift the poor students by giving proper education to them with all facilities along with other effluent students.  No student was denied admission in any of his school because of his or her inability to pay any fee or buy any book.  His institutional doors were and are open for all sections of the society, no matter one is poor or rich.  This is something great.  He was a Trustee of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1964 to 1979 and President from 1968 to 1976.  It was because of his main efforts the Mazharul Uloom College came into existence in 1969.

22.       Janab K. Hajee Oosman Sahib

He was the founder of Madrasa-e-Hasnath Jaria  Girls School.  He was a cloth merchant.  The present building at Vavoor Madar Sahib street was built with his donation of Rs. 30,000/-. He was active in ambur Panchayat Board and a street was named after him.

23.       Janab C. Abdul Hakeem Sahib

He was a Trustee of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1928 to 1937.  He donated the “C Building” situated in the heart of Ambur town to the Society in 1929.   It is a remarkable monument.  His benefactions transcended all communities and local biases.  He helped several institutions generously in different parts of the state.  His benefaction for the cause of education should be remembered with gratefulness by posterity, particularly Muslims.  The rent collected from the ‘C Building” is a good source of income for the Society.

24.       Janab Kottai Mohammed Ghouse Sahib

He was a Trustee from 1931 to 1972.  He was interested in the welfare of the society.  He used to take part in religious, educational and public affairs and solve their problems if any.  The community respected him because of his service and close association with the people.  He had a powerful personality.

25.       Janab Jalal Mohammed Ibrahim Sahib

He was the son of Janab Jalal Abdul Kareem Sahib.  He was a man of literary interest particularly in Urdu language.  H donated more than 2800 volumes of Urdu and English books to the Mazharul Uloom High School library.  H was a businessman in leather.  He was a Trustee of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1938 to 1969.

26.       Janab Nattamkar Abdul Kareem Sahib

He was born and educated at Ambur.  He was a Trustee from 1941 to 1999.  He played an active part in establishing the Ambur Sugar Mills.  He had good knowledge of religion, politics, engineering and agriculture.  He had been taking keen interest in education and public matters of Ambur.  He was the President of the Panchayat Board of Ambur.

27.       Janab Minnur Abdul Wahid Sahib

He was one of the leading politicians and leather merchants of Ambur.  He was the President of the Ambur Panchayat Board and the chairman of Ambur Municipality.  Even from his boyhood he took keen interest and active part in politics and public service.  He had contributed a lot on education and social, cultural and religious developments.  He visited Japan many times.  He was a Trustee of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1955 to 1996.

28.       Janab Appapillai abdul Jabbar Sahib

He was a person of extraordinary talents in legal matters.  He was the Chairman of the Ambur Municipality.  He improved the condition of Ambur very much.  During his period the Municipal hospital was made the Government hospital for better medical facilities and the Municipal School at A Kaspa the Government Girls High School He was the Nazim in 1955.

29.       Janab Abdullah Basha Sahib

He was the General Secretary of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1972 to 1976 and Correspondent of the Mazharul Uloom College.  He took active part in educational activities and improvement of the College.

30.       Bangi Abdul Razack Sahib

As the President of the Ambur Panchayat Board, he was keen in improving the civic facilities of Ambur.  He rendered excellent service for social and educational developments.  He was very much interested in improving the educational institutions.  He helped them in many ways.  Because of his services to the people of Ambur, the Panchayat Board named his street as “Bangi Khan Sahib street” in his memory. 

31.       Janab Vavalam Abdul Rahman Sahib

He was a big leather merchant and most popular among Ambur Citizens.  He was a Trustee of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society during 1937-53.

32.       Janab Chingani Mohammed Akbar Sahib

He was educated in Ambur and Vaniyambadi and became a B.Com. Graduate.  After serving in a reputed British Company for sometime, he started his leather export business along with Export Agency.  He was one of the founders of the Falah-e-Millath Federation which has been doing great service in giving scholarships in the forms of fees, books etc. for the poor and deserving school and college students for the past 50 years.  It was he who spearheaded the movement for establishing a college at Ambur with the support of his father-in-law lat Janab Anaikar Abdul Shukoor sahib and implemented it.  H was the Secretary and Correspondent of this college from 1971 to 1976.  He has established a school in a remote area Reddythope named “Akbar Naseem Primary School” for the educational uplift of the backward people there.  He is a Trustee of AMES from the year 1975.

33.       Janab Nagal Abdur Rahim Sahib

He was a Trustee of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society during 1964-84.  He gave importance to education and took great interest in the educational uplift of the educationally and economically backward people.  He had pleasing nature.

34.       Janab Kandrikar Khaleelur Rahman Sahib

He was born and educated at Ambur and Chennai and got his B.E. Degree in Mechanical Engineering.  He is an able administrator.  He is the son of Janab Kandrikar Abdus Salam Sahib.  He is a Trustee of AMES from 1982 onwards and was the General Secretary from 1968 to 1972.  He was the first Secretary and Correspondent of the Mazharul Uloom College during 1969-71.  He took active part in the educational, curricular and co curricular activities of the institutions.  He constructed a Science Block at Mazharul Uloom Higher Secondary School in the name f his father Janab K Abdus Salam Sahib.  He is the Correspondent of Anaikar Oriental (Arabic) Higher Secondary School and Habibia Oriental (Arabic) Girls Higher Secondary School and Habibia Primary School.

35.       Janab Kotlukar Refeeq Ahmed Sahib

He had his high school education from Mazharul Uloom High School, Ambur, got his B.A degree from Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi and obtained his B.L. Law degree from the Laws College, Madras.  He had a very good knowledge of Tamil and English literatures.  He was a good writer and orator in both Tamil and English.  He was one of the founders of the Falah-e-Millath Federation and worked for its improvement along with Janab C. Mohammed Akbar Sahib.  He was active in all the activities of the institutions of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society till his end.

36.       Janab Kurvikar Sanaullah Sahib

He was born and educated at Ambur.  Muthavallee of Noorullahpet masjid.  He served AMES as its General Secretary from 1978 to 1982 and Assistant Secretary from 1982 to 1989.  He was a good social worker.  He took keen interest in community and trade affairs.

37.       Peshimam Nazeer Ahmed Sahib

He was born in Ambur.  He had his high school education from Mazharul Uloom High School, Ambur.  Then he studied in London and got his L. Tech diploma.  He is the son of Janab Peshimam Abdul Khayyoom Sahib.  H joined his father in his leather tanning and export firm Messrs. P Abdul Khader Sahib & Co. and improved it.

38.       Janab Vavoor Khaleelur Rahman Sahib

He is the son of the freedom fighter Janab Vavoor Abdul Ghafoor Sahib.  He had his schooling at Bangi Hayath Basha Elementary School and Mazharul Uloom High School. He is the Acting President of Ahme Sunnath wal Jamaath, Ambur, President of Tamil Nadu Minority Muslim Waqf Association, Vaniyambadi and Ambur Public Welfare Association, General Secretary of Ambur Tanners Association and Director of Ambur Tannery Effluent Treatment Company Ltd., Ambur.  He is also the Joint Secretary of the Khidmathul Muslimeen Trust from its inception in 1986 and Assistant Secretary of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1989.

39.       Janab Mecca Rafeeq Ahmed Sahib

He is the son of Janab Mecca Abdul Majeed Sahib.  He was born and studied at Ambur and continued his education at Madras.  He is the Chairman of Farida Group of Companies providing employment opportunities to thousands of men and women of Ambur and its surrounding places.  He started social service at Ambur conducting free Mega Eye Camp every year, providing free spectacle, arranging cataract operations and giving necessary medicines.  Thousands of people belonging to all castes, creeds and communities are benefited from it.  He is the first President from Leather Industry of Federation of Indian Export Organization.  He is the Trustee ad Vice-President of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1982, Chairman Council for Leather Exports (CLE), President, All India Skins and Hides Tanners and Merchants Association, Chennai, Director Indian Institute of Leather Products, chairman, Economic Development Organization Ltd., Trustee, Madras.  Haj Service ‘Society, Trustee, Khidmathul Muslimeen Trust from its inception.

40.       Janab Kuchikar Mohamed Salahuddin Sahib

He was born and studied at Ambur.  He is one of the organizers of “Khan Kha-e-Ilahi of Noorullahpet.  He was the Assistant Secretary of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society during 1982-88 and is an Executive Committee member since a long time.  He takes keen interest in all the activities of the educational institutions.

41.       Janab Anaikar Shafeeq Ahmed Sahib

He is the second son of Janab Anaikar Hajee Abdul Shukoor Sahib.  He did his graduation at Madras.  He is the General Secretary of the Anaikar Haji Abdul Shukoor Sahib’s Educational Home, Habib Trust and Rafeeq Trust and a Trustee of Khidmathul Muslimeen Trust.  He has been involving himself in religious activities.  He was the Secretary and Correspondent of Anaikar Oriental (Arabic) Higher Secondary School, Madrasa-e Rafeequl Uloom, Anaikar Rafeeq Ahmed Hospital and Anaikar Abdul Shukoor Matriculation School, Chennai.

42.       Janab Meddekar Faiyaz Ahmed Sahib

He was born at Ambur and educated at Ambur and Chennai and became a graduate.  After the expiry of his father, he took over the leather factory at Ambur.  He is the Assistant Secretary of All India Skins and Hides Tanners and Merchants Association, Chennai and Assistant Secretary of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society.  He takes keen interest in the educational development and activities of the institutions of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society.

43.       Janab Meddekar Nazar Mohammed Sahib

He was born at Ambur and educated in Ambur and Madras and became a graduate.  He is a man of literature.  He is well versed in Urdu and English.  He was the Secretary and Correspondent of Mazharul Uloom College during 1998-2002 and again from 2005 onward.  He is an active participant in the educational development of the institutions paying special attention on women’s higher education.  It is he who is trying his best to improve the affairs of the Mazharul Uloom College. He spends a lot of time and energy to improve the educational institutions.

44.       Janab Meddekar Mohammed Kaleemullah Sahib

He was born and educated at Ambur and became a graduate from Chennai.  He is the grandson of Janab Maddekar Moulvi Mohamed Khasim Sahib.  He was the Secretary and Correspondent of Mazharul Ulom College during 2003-2005.  He has been taking keen interest in improving the College and other institutions whether he holds office or not.  He is also an Executive Member of Madras Haj Service Society.

45.       Janab Kurvikar Ameenur Rahman Sahib

He served the institution as its Treasurer.  He was a man of amiable nature that knit round all the residents of his mohalla as a happy family.  He had a good personality with a generous heart.  He was a good collector of funds for the school.  He served the Society well.

46.       Janab Kandrikar Ameenur Rahman Sahib

He was born and brought up at Ambur and graduated from Madras.  He is the President of Khidmathul Muslimeen Trust, the Vice-President of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1999.  He is the chairman of The Muslim Educational Association of Southern India, Chennai and Vice-President of Anjuman-e-Himayathul Islam, Chennai.  He is running a very good Polytechnic College with modern facilities and good infrastructure which enables its students to get placements immediately after completion of their courses.  He is a Trustee of Madras Haj Service Society and Executive Member of Baqiyathus Salihath Arabic College, Vellore.  He is the Vice-President of forum of Minority Institutions and Associations, Chennai.

47.       Janab T. Rafeeq Ahmed Sahib

He is the son of Janab T. Abdul Wahid Sahib.  He studied at Madra.  He is the Managing Trustee of T. Abdul Wahid Charitable Foundation – running “Iqra Madrasa”, a Nursery and Primary School and T. Abdul Wahid Matriculation Higher Secondary School.  He is keen on giving quality education to the children of Ambur and surrounding areas and has been doing it successfully.  He is the Hon. Secretary, Anjuman-e-Himayathul Islam, Teynampet, Chennai.  He is the Vice-President of The Muslim Educational Association of Southern India, Chennai and Vice-President of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society since 1999.  His involvement in the religious education is highly praiseworthy.  He is an Executive Committee member of Tamil Nadu Haj Society and Baqiyathus Salihath Arabic College, Vellore.

48.       Janab N Mohammed Sayeed Sahib

He was born in 1936 at Ambur.  He had his schooling at Mazharul Uloom High School.  He is a proud alumnus of Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi.  He is the Chairman and Managing Director of Ambur Tannery Effluent Treatment Company Ltd – a Public Limited Company.  He is also the President of Ambur Tanners Association, director of Indian Leather Industry Foundation, Chennai and Director of Ambur Economic Development Organisation Ltd.

He is the Honorary General Secretary of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society for the past 25 (twenty-five) years.  He has been taking great interest in the education of girls and providing them all necessary facilities.  He helps the backward students very much and sees to it that they study well and come up in life to a good position. He is also the General Secretary of Khidmathul Muslimeen Trust.  He is the Managing Trustees of Tamil Nadu Haj Service Society, Trustee of Bqkhiyathus Salihath Arabic College, Vellore and Honorary Secretary of Periamet Masjid, Chennai, Muthavalli and Secretary of Jamia Masjid, Ambur and Muthavalli of Babullah Shah Makan (Waqf), Ambur.  He is also in the Executive Committee of All India Skin and Hids Tanners and Merchants Association, Chennai, Jamia Darussalam, Oomerabad and Anjumane-e-Himayathul Islam, Chennai.

49.       Janab N. Mohamed Zackriah Sahib

He was born at Ambur in 1931.  He studied in Mazharul Ulom High School, Ambur and got his B.A degree from Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi.  He is a hardworking and fast moving gentleman.  He is the Chairman of NMZ group of companies. He is kind and sympathetic towards all.  He is a dedicated industrialist.

He has been showing keen interest in improving the social, economical and educational standard of the society.  He has been helping AMES in manyways.  Heconstructed the N. Mohamed Zackriah Auditorium at Mazharul Uloom College, the spacious two-halled NMZ – SAFIYAMA BLOCK at Hasnath-e-Jaria Girls’ Higher Secondary School and the SAFIYAMA PRIMARY SCHOOL in the remote area of Bilal Nagar in memory of his wife. He is the President of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society from 1982 and a Trustee since 1996. He is one of the Trustees of Khidmathul Muslimeen Trust.  He is also the chairman of NMZ Trust and the President of Anaikar Haji Abdul Shukoor
Sahib’s Educational Trust.  He is also in the Executive Committee of Haj Service Society, Chennai and Baqiyathus Salihath Arabic College, Vellore.

Conclusion

The illustrious personalities enumerated above have contributed their time, energy and money for the development of The Ambur Muslim Educational Society which caters to the educational needs of the people of this region irrespective of caste, creed or colour although it focuses on the promotion of education of the Muslim minority in particular for the past one century.

May the Almighty Allah bestow His choicest blessings and give rewards to all those personalities who are connected with The Ambur Muslim Educational Society for their noble services.

 

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