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All India Muslim Students Federation

 

All India Muslim Students Federation

The Muslim Students Federation was an Indian Muslim students union affiliated with the All India Muslim League. Splitting off from the All India Students Federation in 1937, the body was organised under patronage of Quaid-e-millath Ismail Sahib.

Contents

  • About MSF 1
  • History 2
  • References 3
  • Presidents Of Rawalpindi District 4

About MSF

Muslim Students Federation for more than fifty years organised Muslim Students, stating democratic, secular and progressive ideals.

MSF's stated aims were:

  • To formulate and implement programmes for the social, cultural, educational and economic uplift of the students especially of Muslims, Dalits and other socially backward sections.
  • To envisage scholarship projects and other schemes to assist students who are poor and needy.
  • To ensure the representation of student community in various fora, academic and otherwise, to make it helpful to improve their lot.
  • To equip the students with religious way of life and to inculcate in them the values of peaceful coexistence and secular outlook.
  • To agitate for, and safe guard, the educational rights of minorities and other deprived sections.
  • To formulate various programmes to ensure friendship and camaraderie among students and to motivate them to attain excellency and allround efficiency

History

"MSF" was started in 1937 by Mohammad Amir Ahmad Khan,[1] and was involved in the independence movement. Under the patronage of K. M. Seethi the Malabar District MSF came into existence following a convention of Muslim Students at Himayathul Islam High School, Calicut on 28 February 1942. With the formation of Kerala, State MSF Committee was formed at Alappuzha on 15 October 1958. From then MSF worked in Kerala.

References

  1. ^ Pioneers of Freedom - Raja Sahib of Mahmudabad
  • SAAG paper on SIMI
  • Student politics
  • All Bengal Muslim Students Association

Presidents Of Rawalpindi District

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