Bazm e Niswan Charitable Trust distributed the scholarship of Rs. 1 Crore 47 Lakhs for the education of girls students. 

Bengaluru :  2nd July 2017.

The day of girl students at Samad House, Bengaluru as Bazm e Niswan an NGO from past 43 years distributing scholarships to the girls students and helping them in education till Master Degree. This year Bazm e Niswan distributed it’s scholarship of Rs. 1 Crore 47 Lakes from Pre University to Master Degree Courses for 3650 girls students. 

Bazm e Niswan has been actively engaged in aiding and empowering several thousand women of all ages, especially those from the weaker section of the society from the last 43 years.

Bazm’s Signature Project. More than 55,000 girl students have benefited till now from 1974, from this scholarship scheme. 

Care for elderly. Nearly 250 elderly men and women are given a monthly allowance of Rs 150/- in cash and food grains worth Rs. 450/-.

Assistance for the marriage of poor girls. Yearly around 300 girls will be benefited. So far more than 10,000 girls have been benefited by this scheme. 

Medical Aid,  Sahara Self help program, Adoption of Government Schools, Free Coaching for PUC & CET students, Play home for kids with the foundation of Islamic Knowledge etc., 

Bazm has been rendering these above valuable service for the upliftment of women. Bazm is doing this social cause to wipe the tears of women, to educate a girl, to feed a mouth and to serve humanity in general. 

The Chief Guest of the Scholarship program was Mr. Tanveer Sait,  Minister for Primary & Secondary Education, Minority Affairs and Waqf. Mr. Ziaulla Sheriff was the guest of honor and other personalities were present on this occasion. 

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