Hyderabad:Students of MS Creative School set a new world record in Poomsae event concluded last month in the city. The Guinness Book of World Records organised the event where 3 countries viz: Hong Kong, Vietnam and India participated. Students of MS Creative School represented India in the event, and they achieved a tremendous feat by setting a new world record. Encouraged by this grand achievement of its students, the management of MS Education Academy announced to start Sports Academy to groom more students for the sports field.
“Our students participated in the Poomsae event and have achieved a tremendous feat. They set a new world record in the Poomsae event“, said Dr Syed Misbahuddin, Director MS Education Academy “. “Our students performed excellently and stunned the organiser by displaying their extraordinary performance. They set the world record. The good thing is that it is now an unbreakable record set by our students“, said Syed Misbah.
43 students of MS participated in the event, and they performed all the 6 steps of Poomsae 87 times in the record-breaking half an hour and thus set an unbreakable world record. Poomsae is a branch of martial arts which has a defined pattern of defense and attack motions.
Meanwhile, the management announced to set up a Sports academy for its students. “We have decided to start sports academy for our students where they will get professional training in various disciplines like football, cricket, martial arts, etc.”, informed Moazzam Hussian, Senior Director MS Education Academy. “We have decided to start the sports academy so that our students could get specialised training right from the tender age and bring more laurels for the country. The sports academy will have all the modern facilities with state of the art infrastructure.”
He further informed that there will also be a separate academy for girls where they will get training under the guidance of lady trainers. We are doing this for the holistic development of our students. The sports academy will start functioning from the next academic year.
Hyderabad: MS Lateefi-40 is conducting its 9th All India entrance test on 24th November 2019 at 120 cities for free residential preparatory coaching for IIT/JEE- NEET.
The online registration form for appearing in the test is available on MS Education Academy website: www.mseducationacademy.in
“We are going to conduct an all India entrance test on Sunday 24th November 2019 to select aspirants for preparatory coaching programme of IIT-JEE/ NEET 2022. The test will be conducted in 120 cities across the country”, informed Afzalur Rahman, director of MS.
“MS Lateefi-40 is a CSR initiative of MS Education Academy. Under this initiative, we select 40 candidates and prepare them for IIT-JEE/ NEET examination”, said the director.
The selected candidates will be provided extensive coaching for two years. They will also be prepared to write the intermediate examination. MS spends Rupees 5 lacs on each candidate for this coaching.
Students studying in class X is eligible to write this test. The necessary details and relevant information are available on the MS website: www.mseducationacademy.in.
In the last nine years, 95 students got seat in various IITs/ NITs, and 1373 students became doctor. Through this initiative MS prepares students to get seats in premier institutions of the country to study engineering and medicine.
For more information about registration and test centres, please contact +91 8688131335
HYDERABAD: “Our Community youths have a lot of potential and if they get proper guidance they can easily achieve higher position in services”, remarked by A.K. Khan at the Orientation programme of MS IAS Academy held at MS Corporate Office on Friday, 20th September 2019.
He also appreciated the efforts of MS Education Academy to provide free civil services coaching to community’s youth.
MS Chairman Abdul Lateef Khan, Managing Director Anwar Ahmed and Senior Director Mozzam Hussain welcome the guest and also addressed the students. They explained the objective of providing free coaching and encouraged the student to avail this opportunity to the maximum extent and become a MAGIC “Muslim As Global Ideal Citizen” to serve the country and the humanity.
Hyderabad: For better performance in academics and overall learning, MS has introduced a series of modules entitled “Wakeup Genius” for the students. These modules are being taught from class I to class VII across MS Creative schools to sharpen memory of the students. These modules are divided into two editions. The first edition of the modules consist of 4 books and the second edition has 6 books targeting students of classes I to VII.
The Wakeup Genius modules have been designed in such a way that they bring concepts in visual and textual presentation appealing to both teachers and students. These modules are teaching students mind mapping, memory techniques and learning how to learn, identify and enhance skills, be efficient in using natural ways of memorizing and recalling etc.
To make effective use of the module, Shaik Habeeb Ur Rahman, Memory Trainer and architect of the module is conducting sessions for teachers and students to better equip them for understanding and implementation of the objectives of the modules.
HYDERABAD: The result of MS IAS Academy Entrance Test was published today on MS Education Academy’s website www.mseducationacademy.in, Managing Director Anwar Ahmed announced this news last night at his office in Hyderabad.
The qualified candidates are called for interview at the following two locations:
MS Corporate Office, 10-3-310/1, 3rd Floor,
Castle Hills Technopolis, Hyderabad-500 028
Landmark: Beside NMDC Building, Above Reliance Trendz Building
India Islamic Cultural Centre
87 – 88, Lodhi Road
New Delhi – 110 003
The interview will be held on 24th & 25 August 2019 at Hyderabad and on 31st August & on 1st September 2019 at Delhi.
For any clarification, please contact:
Dr. Mohd. Shahid (90300 45422 / 91107 84376)
Quick Solution Department (92480 08022)
Dr. Md. Zafar Iqbal (99593 50222)
Hyderabad, August 7: MSians bagged prizes under various categories at 17th Inter-School and Inter-Collegiate Debate Competition organized by COVA under the theme “Violence in Society Kills the Nation”.
MS Junior College (Charminar Boys Branch) students have won two prizes in the competition:
1)The Eight member team comprising Sameer Alam, Md. Muzammil, Kashif Ahmed, Mohd. Khaja Mohiuddin Ayan, Yusuf, M .A. Aziz, and Mir Rayan Ali won 1st prize in One Act Play and 2) Abdullah Khaleel got 2nd prize in the Debate Competition.
MS Creative School (Akbarbagh Boys Branch) students have won five prizes in the competition:
1) Hamza Ali got 1st prize in Declamation English, 2) Huzaifa got 1st prize in Telugu Debate, 3) Abdul Raheem got 3rd prize in Hindi Debate, 4) Abdul Bari got 2nd prize in Poster-making, and 5) Zainul Abeedin Ehtesham got 3rd prize in the Quiz.
MS Creative School (Muradnagar Girls Branch) students have won two prizes in the competition:
1) Dania and Areeba (9th Olympias) got 2nd prize in the Quiz, and 2) Marwa Zaheer (9G) got 3rd prize in Poster-making.
The competition was held at Jawahar Bal Bhavan at Hyderabad, Telangana on 6th of August 2019. Senior Director Moazzam Hussian was the special guest at the prize distribution ceremony.
Hyderabad: MSians exhibited incredible performance in the SSC examinations yet again. This year, 15 students scored a perfect 10/10 CGPA in all the subjects and 22 students scored 9.8 CGPA in the SSC examination, according to the results announced on 13th May 2019. Altogether 212 students scored a laudable 10/10 in individual subjects. MSians have been scoring 10/10 CGPA every year consistently for the past 7 years since the adoption of the GPA grading system in Telangana.
While describing the statistics of the accomplishment, Chairman Mohammed Abdul Lateef Khan said “It is a great achievement indeed, but there’s still a long way to go. We want our children to succeed and make a mark for the Country in the International arena, thereby fulfilling their obligations and become assets for the Nation.”
He further said, ‘MS is one of the very few educational institutes of Telangana wherein the students are imparted moral values along with the school curriculum so that these students become good citizens who contribute to the nation and to the community in particular.
MS has always strived hard to facilitate with the best faculty, necessary infrastructure and a conducive environment for the students to achieve their maximum potential and produce the best results.
The management thanked the parents and the teachers for their trust, dedication and relentless efforts in making this feat a big reality.
Names of fifteen MSians who scored 10/10 CGPA are as follows:
1) Noorain Nafees (HT. No: 1922143757), 2) Muzammil Nisa (HT. No: 1922145729) 3) Khadeeja Khaja Waheed Uddin (HT. No: 1922146283), 4) Husna Aara (HT. No:1922126447) 5) Safa Binte Salam (HT. No: 1922127299), 6) Alfiyai Banu (HT. No: 1922127915), 7) Sayema Aquil Khan (HT. No: 1922127043), 8) Sumaiya Bin Saleh Baflah (HT No. 1922121995), 9) Syeda Chand Sahaba Bibi Alias Safa Nazneen (HT. No: 1922127843), 10) Tooba Fatima (HT. No: 1922125049), 11) Syeda Sana Irfan (HT. No:1922125939), 12) Md. Abdul Raheem (HT. No: 1922126787), 13) Mohammed Talha Ullah Shareef (HT. No:1922127251), 14) Mohammed Shahed Nawaz (HT. No:1922139399), 15) Bilal Hyder (HT. No:1922144697).
Alhamdulillah, We are proud to hold the largest Muslim minority seat securing ranks in Medicine than any Institution in Telangana.
At MS, we have always been committed to excellence. To set the benchmark high and set new records. As a minority college, we have played a key role in uplifting minorities and ensuring that they become medical professionals and contributors of society. Doctors who heal and build a healthy nation.
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Hyderabad: Students of MS Junior College performed excellently in their Intermediate Examination 2019. 1106 students scored 90% plus marks in their 1st & 2nd year IPE, informed the management.
“This year our students fared excellently in the IPE 2019. Total 1106 students scored 90% plus marks in their examination”, said Moazzam Hussain, Senior Director MS Education Academy.
Sofiya Nishad ( HT.NO 1960220639) and Tazakka Juwana (HT.NO 1960220457) scored 987 marks in BiPC ( 2nd year). They got 98% plus marks in the BiPC (2nd year).
In MPC (2nd year) Ayesha Abdul Qadeer (HT.NO 1960221022) got 983/1000, and Mohammed Faizan (HT.NO 1960221602) got 982/1000. In MEC Atufa Shreen (HT.NO 1961240389) got 974 out of 1000.
Two students scored top Marks in CEC (2nd year). They are Alina Abdul Kaiyum (HT.NO 1961241359) and Heena Begum (HT.NO1961238632.). Both of them got 966 out of 1000.
In BiPC (1st year) 22 students got 97 plus marks. Mahrooz Nisa (HT.NO1960123923) with 99.3% mark was on the top of the list. She got 437/440.
In MPC (1st year) 5 students got 97 plus marks. Syed Abul Mateen (HT.NO 1960122271) and Amatur Raheem Halha ((HT.NO 1961129762) scored 98.3%. Each of them got 462/ 470.
Eighteen students of MEC (1st year) got marks between 94% to 98%. Sania Sultana (HT.NO 1961133681 ) scored 98.4% in MEC by getting 492/500 marks.
In CEC (1st year) 35 students got between 94% to 98%. The highest scorer in this category is Syeda Tazeen (HT.NO 1960140450) who got 97.4% by scoring 487/ 500.
Apart from them, there are over thousands of students who scored 90% and above marks. This is the thirteen consecutive years in which the MSians secured the top marks in the Intermediate examination. The excellent performance of MSians in Inter Examination once again proved that our children are at par with the students of top notch colleges.
Senior director Moazzam Hussain said “our students are learning Islamic values, culture, etiquettes etc. at the college while studying modern education. They do not have to go anywhere else for learning these values”. “We have devised our system in such a way that they learn all these things in college along with their regular studies.” He further said MS has never compromised with the current trends and always put the values and ethics above everything. “it is heartening to note that our students are not only excelling in studies but also demonstrating good Akhlaaq”, said the director. “It is the vision of MS that its student study at the top institutions of the country and become the ambassador of the community”.
Hyderabad: MSian Aqsa Maryam, grade 6 student of MS Creative High School, Sitaphalmandi branch bagged a Bronze medal at National Kick Boxing Championship held at Amritsar, Punjab between 7th to 12th Apr this year. She Played U/14 Years; 24Kg category and won the medal. It is exciting to pronounce that she also won Gold medals from district to state level championship which held in April 2019.
Another MSian Ayesha Siddiqua of grade 7 of the same branch also participated in U/46 Kg category championship and got the participation certificates. She is also a Gold medal winner at the district and state level championship. This event was organised by the National School Games Federation of India.
Hyderabad: To continuously upgrade the skills and knowledge of the teaching staff with changing times and to retain the quality of education, MS management organised a refresher course for its Deeniyat teachers. The Deeniyath teachers were trained on new teaching methodologies in the light of the Seerat. Emphasis was laid on the presentation and content delivery of individual teachers to make the subject exciting and inculcate the spirit of love towards the Sunnahs among the students. Advanced teaching tools were introduced, which presented the topics in the form of attractive illustrations which can be easily learnt by the student.
130 Deeniyat teachers of all the branches of MS participated and had discussions on 5 topics (Islamic belief, Tajweed, Seerat, Hadith and Islamic Fiqh) under the concept of “Learn to lead “and “Teach to learn” at the 18 days workshop organized at the corporate office from 10th- 30th April 2019. During the workshop, the teachers were trained to be polite, gentle, kind and to demonstrate the Islamic teachings through their actions.
Mufti Omar Abedeen, director of Al Mahad-Ul-Aali Al-Islami, was the chief resource person at the workshop.