Milad-Un-Nabi Celebrations to be Unique this Year
Sports & Tech competitions to be organised as part of the celebrations
Hyderabad: In an attempt to make the Milad-Un-Nabi (SWS) celebrations this year more inclusive, the All India Majlis Tameer-E-Millat (MTM) in collaboration with MS Education Academy will organise various competitions for youth under the age of 21 from all religious backgrounds.
As part of the Youm-eRahmatul-lil-Almeen, apart from essay writing, elocution, quiz and Quran recitation and sports, this year, the MTM will organise Coding and Robotics competitions that would be open for all youths irrespective of cast, creed or religion.
The competitions will be conducted from the Rabi-ul-Awal 1 to 10 (September 29 to 08 October, depending on the sighting of the moon). While sports would be organised at various playgrounds across Hyderabad, the technology competitions will be organised with the help of start-up incubator Edventure Park at the MS Education Academy Corporate office, at Masab Tank, Hyderabad.
The tech competitions would include Hackathon, coding, robotics, competitive programming where participants build, code, compete and create products and robots that help us deal more efficiently with our daily activities. The sports events include cricket, football, shooting, volleyball, kabaddi, arm wrestling and karate.
MS Education Academy Managing Director Anwar Ahmed said that the decision to open up the competitions for youths of all background was taken as Prophet Muhammad SAWS is Rahmath-Ul-Alameen, (Beneficial for all Mankind). MS has decided to support Tameer-e-Millat in organising the series of events along with annual Jalsa Youm-e-Sahaba and Jalsa Youm-e-Rahmatul Alameen.
Mohammed Lateef Khan, Chairman, MS Education Academy is the Chairman of the reception committee of 73rd Youm Rahmatul-Lil-Almeen celebrations.
Omar Ahmed Shafeeq, Secretary, All India Majlis Tameer-E-Millat, said that they are excited as it is the first time that tech competitions such as robotics and coding are being conducted as part of Milad-un-Nabi (S.A) celebrations. Traditionally, literary competitions such as essay writing, elocution, quiz and Quran recitation are held in different schools and also at the head office of Tameer-e- Millat.
Mr Omar said that 400 students have already registered for the literary competitions. He said that they are expecting about 4,000 students to take part in the sports and tech competitions.
Mr Mohammed Saif-Ur-Rahman Qureshi, Secretary, reception committee for 73rd Rahmatul-Lil-Alameen day, said that the shooting competition (open and peep sight pistol) would also be held. To participate, students must carry the membership card of TS Rifle Association and must also have basic knowledge of shooting.
The sports competitions will be held for the students under 21 years of age. To participate, those interested can contact the number 9182234318.