IMPAR launches several flagship programmes as it completes six month
New Delhi: IMPAR (Indian Muslims for Progress and Reforms), a global body of prominent Muslims in various fields, has expanded and strengthened its structure as it completes six months of its inception.
‘’It has been an eventful journey during the past six months and the newly created organisation has achieved remarkable success during this short period,’’ chairman and convenor of IMPAR MJ Khan said here.
IMPAR celebrated six months of existence at a virtual function on October 12 launching its five flagship programs, namely Citizenship Documents Drive that was launched by Mr. Javed Yunus, Coaching & Career Development Program launched by Mr. MQ Syed, Health & Sanitization Program launched by Dr. Gazalla Amin, Skill & Entrepreneurship Program launched by Lt. Gen. Zameer Uddin Shah, and Masjid & Madarsa Reforms Program launched by Dr. Aslam Parvez. The job portal of IMPAR “http://imparjobs.com/” was launched under Coaching & Career Development Program.
Khna also launched ‘IMPAR Membership Program’ which is now live on the official website.
The six months achievement booklet of IMPAR was launched and updated brochure was released, followed by an interactive session on IMPAR’s future working agenda.
People with different area of expertise enriched the session with their valuable suggestions.
On this occasion, the new members of IMPAR Steering Committee, Executive Committee, State and Global Council were welcomed onboard.
These included Dr. SM Ilyas, Dean, Imperial School of Agribusiness and former Vice Chancellor, NDUAT, New Delhi 2. Mr. Tauseef Mirza, Director, Mirza International Limited, New Delhi 3. Mrs. Nilofer Alam Hazarika, IAS Retd, former Secretary & Commissioner to the Govt of Assam and ex. State Information Commissioner, Guwahati 4. Dr. Gazalla Amin, MBBS, Agro Entrepreneur, Srinagar 5. Dr. Aslam Parvez, former Vice Chancellor, MANUU, New Delhi. 6. PadamShree Dr. Akhtarul Wasey, Author and Academics, New Delhi. 7. Ms. Fouzia Mirza, Additional Advocate General, Bilaspur. Executive Committee Members: 1. Ms. Sherin Ali, Head-CSR, WNS Global Services, Pune. 2. Mr. Gulrez Alam, Director, IB Group, Chhattisgarh. 3. Ms. Ashee Nemat, International Awards Winning Novelist, Poet and Social Activist, Mumbai.
IMPAR says its objective is to work for social and economic uplift of Muslims, and change the perception about the community in the society. Its major focus is on the empowerment of Muslim youth, bringing them in the economic, social and national mainstream of the country by removing impediments created by both internal and external factors.