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Taabudaat & Upliftment Aayam 1440 – Report

Following the vision and Farmaan of our beloved Moula Syedna Aali Qadr Muffadal Saifuddin Aqa (TUS), under the central taabudaat theme and during the Taabudaat Ayam, different upliftment programmes were successfully organized at Saifiyah Girls School. This noble initiative created health awareness in students, stressed on their personal hygiene and inculcated the sense of responsibility amongst them, developing their inner urge to help the humanity.

During these ayyam, many students met their relatives and did Khabar Giri. Their parents were also invited in the school for a seminar and individual discussion programme.

Apart from the above mentioned programmes, a whole week was dedicated for various activities. Which were as follows:

 

Friday 7th December’18

Expert nutritionist and dietician, Rashida Bhen Taha, conducted a seminar on health consciousness for students in the school. Various eating habits and its impact on children was also discussed. Then students BMI was calculated.

 

Saturday 8th December’18

School made arrangements for students of all grades, I-X, for their ENT and eye check-up. For eye examination one of our school alumni of 2013 Pharmacologist Fatema Mustafa along with her colleague Sidra Abdul Razzaq provided services. While voluntary services were offered for ENT check-up by ENT specialist from a very renowned hospital.

 

Monday 10th December’18

Talebaat from Al Jamea tus Saifiyah, who were assigned khidmat of fostership in Adam Mohallah, conducted two workshops each of one hour for students from grade VI-X. The topics for the workshop were as follows;

  • Lehaz of Momina bairo
  • Effects of social media

 

Tuesday 11th December’18

Students of all grades went to Burhani Hospital with their class teachers for dental check-up.

 

Wednesday 12th December’18

Celebrating the blessed day of Imam-uz-zaman Milad, students program was arranged in which Jamia students from Essa Mohallah discussed important religious areas including deen ni rasomaat, importance of misaaq and misaaq ni sharayet ni ahmiat.

 

Reported by Ms. Muneera Ali Asgher