Maulana Mukhtar Ahmed Nadvi Technical Campus (MMANTC) is all set to organize a National Conference on Technology in Mansoora Malegaon on 23rd & 24th Feb 2019. The conference aims to promote innovation, entrepreneurship, and awareness amongst female students and rural youths at MMANTC. The conference also aims to bring together researchers, scientists, industry experts, academicians and policy makers to promote STEM, and specially promote and encourage women’s participation in STEM.
Rashid Mukhtar, Secretary JMES, said that “Our founder’s vision was to empower the youth of India through quality technical education. Through our conference on technology we want to connect our students with industry and provide skill development for the industry and for their professional career and entrepreneurship journey.”
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Ainul Attar, former Joint Secretary of Minority Development Department, Government of Maharashtra, would grace the occasion as Chief Guest. The MMANTC has also invited dignitaries such as Prof. (Dr.) N. B. Pasalkar, Dr. A. K. Kureshi, Dr. Neha Dand, Shahzed Lehry and Altaf Pirjade.
Renowned guest Dr. Tausif Malik, treasurer, Democrats Abroad India (Democratic Party USA’s International chapter) will also attend the conference. He believes in the gandhian philosophy of empowerment of rural India through sustainable development. The sole objective is to promote and create a talent pool in future technologies creating sustainable development through “Reverse Migration”.
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Dr. Munnazza Afreen, Chief Convener & Head, Faculty Training& Development said that “Females participation in Technology and entrepreneurship is very low and through the conference we want to promote the same to our students, attendees and well-wishers.”
Dr. Munnazza Afreen further added that we want our students to benefit from the government schemes such as ‘Make in India’, ‘Digital India’, and ‘Skill India’ and ‘Startup India’.
Maulana Mukhtar Ahmed Nadvi Technical Campus (MMANTC) is located at the outskirts of Malegaon, the textile township of northern Maharashtra. The college offers degree and diploma courses in Mechanical, Civil, Electrical and Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering since 2012.
The Technical Campus has been a dream project of the Society’s President, Maulana Arshad Mukhtar, a visionary, philanthropist, industrialist, and educationist. Maulana Arshad Mukhtar is son of Maulana Mukhtar Ahmad Nadvi, who founded Jamia Mohammediya Education Society (JMES) in the year 1978.
JMES has twelve institutions running in various parts of the country.