How to crack GATE 2018 without coaching

The gate exam is vital for all the engineering students to continue their higher studies. All the students go to coaching classes to prepare for gate. This makes the student invest their money more and spending lots of time for preparation. The question asked in the gate exam is what they study in engineering. The preparation for GATE can be done by their own without coaching. The students should know the concepts clearly. It is an important step to make preparation to clear GATE 2018 without coaching . In the second and third year of engineering, make clear of all the concepts. Students get the clarity about the concepts by teaching it to someone. If this is not possible, then they can revise the textbook again. So gate 2018 result is very crucial in your future.

How to crack GATE 2018 without coaching

The next step to clear GATE 2018 without coaching is to collect the books and materials that are needed for GATE exam. This step takes 6 months. The previous year solved papers are collected which are in chapter wise. It is important for gate preparation. The solved question papers are available through online for all the fields of engineering such as electrical, mechanical, electronics, computer science and instrumentation, etc. The refreshing of subjects is important for GATE 2018. The textbooks which are in printed form or ebooks can be collected on all the subject with the syllabus of the gate. Then collect the sample papers needed for gate exam.

The third step to clear GATE 2018 without coaching is to solve the problems. In the solved paper, start with each chapter. Solve the questions and face the problems in solving those questions. If the formulae are forgotten, then take the book and look at the formulae and again solve the problems. If it is easy to solve the question, then go to the next question. If the students feel that a question is strange, then they refer to the books and materials they bought. The related topics are read and practice the problems. These are the steps to get trained without coaching. This will helps the students to score good marks.

Scheme for computerization of the Records of the State Waqf Boards

As per the decision of the Standing Finance Committee (SFC) meeting held on 27/12/2013 for the Scheme of computerization of the Records of the State Waqf Boards Central Waqf Council has been involved by the Ministry of Minority Affairs as the implementing agency of the above scheme during the 12th plan period. The Committee has also decided to change the Scheme guidelines and get the balance work done by hiring some outsource agency.

In line with the above decision, Central Waqf Council executed the Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Minority Affairs on 31/12/2013. Thereafter, Ministry of Minority Affairs released a sum of Rs. 2.50 crores as first instalment to the Council under the above scheme.

Accordingly, Expression of Interest (EOI) in sealed cover has been sought from the reputed agencies to complete the remaining work of WAMSI as is outlined in the Scheme, by giving advertisement in the official website of CWC, Ministry of Minority Affairs and leading newspapers of New Delhi/Kolkata/Chennai/ Mumbai/Bengaluru/Hyderabad. In response to the above advertisement 15 agencies had submitted their proposal which were opened on 23/12/2013 by a committee consisted of Director (Waqf), Technical Director (NIC) and the undersigned.

Based on the criteria and conditions of the EOI, 8 agencies have been found to be eligible. However, as required Request for Proposal (RFP) could not be finalized due to lack of technical expertise in house and the exact quantum of work to be outsourced has not been identified for each property. Hence, holding the preparation of the RFP and it is expected to be completed shortly by engaging & hiring a technical agency or expert.

(a) Once, the RFP is ready for circulation amongst the eligible short listed agencies, necessary proposals would be obtained and finalized. Moreover, the volume of work is large and covered throughout the country. Therefore, it may require more numbers of agencies to con-currently carried out the assigned work so as to complete within a shortest possible time.

Strengthening of State Waqf Boards

Scheme for Strengthening of State Waqf Boards

As per the decision of the Standing Finance Committee (SFC) meeting held on 27/12/2013 for the Scheme of Strengthening of State Waqf Boards, Central Waqf Council has been involved by the Ministry of Minority Affairs as the implementing agency of the above scheme during the 12th plan period. The scheme provides for financial assistance to the State Waqf Boards through Central Waqf Council for protection, development and better management of Auqaf all over the country.

In line with the above decision, Central Waqf Council executed the Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Minority Affairs on 31/12/2013. Thereafter, Ministry of Minority Affairs released a sum of Rs. 80.00 lakhs as first instalment to the Council under the above scheme. The Council is in the process of identifying the support mechanism for release of funds to the State Waqf Boards. In the meantime, second instalment of Rs. 1.11 crore has been released by the Ministry of Minority Affairs to the Council on 28/02/2014.

The Scheme provides financial assistance to the State Waqf Boards to strengthen the Legal Section/Accounts Section/Removal of Encroachment & opening of Zonal Offices of the State Waqf Boards as these are critical areas of operation of the Boards and unless these areas are strengthened it would not possible for the Boards to function effectively. However, as per the scheme the earmarked amount available for release year wise is yet to be finalised by the Ministry of Minority Affairs as the modalities for the implementation of the above Scheme are yet to be workedout.

Since, total amount of Rs. 1.91 crore has been received as Grant in Aid under the Scheme, the proposed action plan is as under:-

(a) During first quarter of the financial year 2014-15, proposals would be sought from the State Waqf Boards about their present status, further requirement in respect of Legal/Accounts/Enforcement set up.

(b) During the second quarter, first instalment of 75% would be released to the State Waqf Boards

(c) Second instalment of 25% would be released to the Waqf Boards upon receipt of utilisation certificate of first instalment alongwith progress cum outcome report from the beneficiary Waqf Boards which would be submitted to the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

Vocational Training Institute

The programme of vocational training aimed at starting low cost job oriented training with maximum practical exposure, with the view to improve to employability. The preference is given on skill development of the deprived children, destitute women, especially those with poor educational qualification and background.  The NGOs/educational institutions/madarasas working in the field and having sufficient experience in the vocational/technical education may apply directly to the Council on the prescribed application form available on the website.

The Educational and Women Welfare Committee of the Council held its meeting on 21st March, 2013 had recommended the following amount to the Vocational Training Institute:

                                                                                                                                                                (Rs. in lakhs)

Sl No. Name and address of the Institutions Recommended grant
1. Mother Women Welfare Organization,

House No. 6, Khusru Raj Bag, Srinagar –

2.00
Women & Children Welfare Society, Srinagar, Gulmarg Road, P.O. Magam-193401, Budgam 1.20
Human Welfare Organization, 171, Balgarden, Karan Nagar, Srinagar Kashmir 1.20
Frank Education Society, plot No. 108, Hill view Homes II, Bright Colony Idgah Hills, Bhopal 1.75
Moulana Millat Educational Society   Welfare Trust, 4/5, Kot Mohalla, Mahakal Marg, Ujjain 2.40
Muslim Maashra Taraqqi Society, H.No. 793, Indira Nagar, Teela Jamalpura Road, Bhopal-462001 0.95
NEBDRA, Pangong Mathong Makha Road, B.P.O. Khetrigao, P.O. Singjamei, Imphal East – 795008 1.70
Nav Chetna Mahila Kalyan Samiti, 529- A/1149/12, Ashok Vihar Phase II, Pant Nagar, Khurram Nagar , Lucknow – 1.50
Reformers Educational & Social Welfare Society , 116, Taqui Nagar, Unnao -209801 1.40
Al-Avadh Educatinal Training Society,Nirmal School Chauraha , civil Line, Balrampur – 241201 1.90
Purvanchal Utthan Samiti,

Jarwa Road, Tulsipur, District Balrampur

1.20
D.H. Rehabilitation Centre, Vill Lal Das Ka Purwa, P.O Sarai Rasi, District Faizabad 1.80
Beluni Jankalyan Sangh, PO+PSDholahat,

District South 24 Parganas,West Bengal –743399

1.50
Garden Reach Bangla Basti Academic Development Society, G-38, Bangla Basti,PO & PS Garden Reach, Kolkata – 700024 1.30
Raghunathpur Nari Kalyan Samiti (BNKS),Vill Anandanagar, PO Surajnagar, PS Kakwip,

District South 24 Parganas

2.00
Muslim Samaj Unnayan Trust,

Vill & PO Ramchandra Nagar, PS Kholat, Block-Kakwip, South 24 Parganas

1.80
Sodpukur Samima Women Foundation,

Vill, Sodpukur, Post Office Ramchandra Nagar,

Via Dola Hat, District South 24 Parganas

2.00
Satmonisha Santi Sangha (Mahila Samiti),

Vill Shatmonisha, PO Bashul Danga, PS Diamond Harbour 24 Parganas – 743368

0.87
       19. Al-Madad Welfare Society, Ground Floor, Shaheen Bagh, Jamia Nagar,ND 2.00

 

Total 30.47

 

The committee in its meeting held on 14th feb 2014 had recommended the financial support to the following vocational training centres:

                                                                                                                                                                   (Rs. in lakhs)

S. No. Name of the Vocational Training Organisation Grant  Recommended
1. Gram Vikas Parishad

(Assam)

1.65
2. Ans Educational and Welfare Society

(Assam)

2.44
3. Barkhetri Anchalik Bikalanga Sandh

(Assam)

1.00
4. Champaran Yuva Kalyan Society

(Bihar)

1.65
5. Tripura Boards of Waqfs

(Agartala)

2.98
6. ARSI Gramodyog Sansthan

(Uttar Pradesh)

1.45
7. Avadh Sewa Sansthan

(Uttar Pradesh)

 1.57
                                                                                          Total  12.74

Industrial Training Institute

The Central Waqf Council is giving preference to the technical education and utilizes the substantial portion of the budget for sustaining Industrial Training Centres, especially for the Muslim women in the backward Muslim concentrated areas. The scheme is available for the technical centres affiliated with NCVT/DGET or any other State Technical Board. The fund is also available for upgradation or strengthening the existing infrastructure in the technical centres. The proposal would be submitted on the prescribed application form, which would be downloaded and forward the complete application directly to the office of the Central Waqf Council in hard copy alongwith connected documents. In this regard, it may please be noted that the institution/organization, which have availed grant from other agency like MAEF etc. for the similar programme are not eligible for the fund from the Council.

The Educational and Women Welfare Committee of the Council held its meeting on 21st March, 2013 had recommended the following amount to the Industrial Training Institutes:

 

(Rupees in lakhs)

Sl. No. Name of the Institution Amount recommended  
1. B.A. Kareem Educational & Social Welfare Trust (ITI) (Regd.) Maski Road Kavital, Pin-584120,  Raichur 12.80
2. Reliance Education Society,(ITI)

Talikoti-586 214 Dist.- Bijapur

12.40
4. The Bai Khatijabai Ibrahim Tyeb Trust, (ITI)

Sadar, Nagpur-440 001

15.00

 

The committee in its meeting held on 14th feb 2014 had also recommended following two ITIs,

Sl. No. Name of the Institution Purpose Amount recommended  
1. ITI of Minorities Women Multipurpose Society, Sindagi, Bijapur, Karnataka To purchase tools & equipments as per the NCVT norms in electrician and fitter trades Rs 13.20 Lakhs

(In 2 instalments)

2. Khawaja Ahsan Ali Memorial Educational Society, Kamalganj, Farrukhabad, U.P. -Do- Rs. 18.90 lakhs

(In 2 instalments)

Total Rs. 32.10

EDUCATIONAL SCHEME

Educational Scheme

The 4% donation received from loanee Waqfs on the outstanding, as well as the interest accrued on the Bank deposits of the Revolving Fund, form the Education Fund of the Council. This Fund is utilised for implementing the following programmes;
i) Matching Grant to the State Waqf Boards for providing scholarship in their respective States to the Higher Secondary, Madarsa students and to the students undergoing Technical/Professional Diploma Courses;
ii) Grant for the establishment of I.T.Is. in the Muslim concentrated areas;
iii) Financial assistance to Voluntary Organizations for Vocational Training Centres;
iv) Financial assistance to Libraries for developing Book Bank; and

  1. v) Ad-hoc grant/emergency grant for admission in professional courses and fee for coaching of competitive exams to the poor and needy students.
    Till 2007-08, Council had scholarship and Ad-hoc grant programmes for poor and needy students. In this, the Council had granted scholorship to 12,952 students of Technical Degree courses like MBBS, BUMS, BAMS, B.Tech and B.Sc. (Ag) etc. and Ad-hoc grants to 6,366 Poor and Needy Students of general degree courses.The Scholarship/Ad-hoc grant scheme of the Council has been discontinued, owing to the implementation of the similar scheme of Ministry of Minority Affairs Government of India. Now for all type of scholarship, please visit the website of the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

    Up to March 31, 2012, under the programme of vocational training, 628 Voluntary Organisations/ Technical Institutes have been assisted. Similarly, under the scheme for setting up I.T.Is., the Central Waqf Council has approved twenty I.T.Is. in the Muslim concentrated areas.

Development of Urban Waqf Properties

  1. With a view to protect vacant Waqf land from encroachers and to develop it on commercial lines for generating more income in an order to widen welfare activities, Central Waqf Council has been implementing this scheme since 1974-75 with yearly grant-in-aid from the Central Government. Under the Scheme, loan is extended to various Waqf Institutions in the Country for taking up economically viable buildings on the Waqf land such as commercial complex, marriage halls, hospitals, cold storage etc. For this, the Central Government has released a total grant-in-aid amounting to Rs. 42 crores 26.41 lakhs only between September 1974 to March, 2014, and in turn the Central Waqf Council has extended loan to 137 projects approved by the Council as well as by the Government of India. Out of these 137 projects 85 projects have been completed in all respect and are yielding income. The loan amount is repaid to the Council by the loanee institutions in easy instalments and the amount thus repaid forms  Revolving Fund, which is again utilized for advancing loans up to Rs. 50 lakhs to the Minor Development Projects on Waqf properties. From this Fund, the Council had released a sum of Rs. 5 crores 29.11 lakhs to 91 projects  out of which 79 projects have been completed.
    Therefore, with the total grant-in-aid of Rs. 42 crores 26.41 lakhs received by the Council, it has been able to get 163 projects completed and the work on the remaining sites is in nearing completion. This has received appreciation of all sections of the society describing it a magic of management. The grant-in-aid received by the Central Waqf Council is forwarded to the loanee Waqf in the form of interest free loans for the Development of Urban Waqf Properties while the Council bears the entire expenditure on the staff working in the Scheme as well as other expenses on paper, postage etc. Against this service rendered by the Council, it puts two conditions on the loanee Waqf institutions i.e.
    (i) they would pay 4% donation on the outstanding loan to the Education Fund for the Educational Scheme of the Council meant for educational upliftment of the poor  Muslims;
    (ii) after the repayment of the loan, they would spend 40% of their enhanced income on the  education of the Muslims particularly on the technical educations.

Under the above scheeme, the proposal are recieved through the respective State Waqf Board with prior permission of the state government. The important criteria to process the case is economic viability of the project on a Waqf land, free from encrumbence.

  1.         Scheme for Strengthening of State Waqf Boards

As per the decision of the Standing Finance Committee (SFC) meeting held on 27/12/2013 for the Scheme of Strengthening of State Waqf Boards, Central Waqf Council has been involved by the Ministry of Minority Affairs as the implementing agency of the above scheme during the 12th plan period. The scheme provides for financial assistance to the State Waqf Boards through Central Waqf Council for protection, development and better management of  Auqaf all over the country.

In line with the above decision, Central Waqf Council executed the Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Minority Affairs on 31/12/2013. Thereafter, Ministry of Minority Affairs released a sum of Rs. 80.00 lakhs as first instalment to the Council under the above scheme. The Council is in the process of identifying the support mechanism for release of funds to the State Waqf Boards. In the meantime, second instalment of Rs. 1.11 crore has been released by the Ministry of Minority Affairs to the Council on 28/02/2014.

The Scheme provides financial assistance to the State Waqf Boards to strengthen the Legal Section/Accounts Section/Removal of Encroachment & opening of Zonal Offices of the State Waqf Boards as these are critical areas of operation of the Boards and unless these areas are strengthened it would not possible for the Boards to function effectively. However, as per the scheme the earmarked amount available for release year wise is yet to be finalised by the Ministry of Minority Affairs as the modalities for the implementation of the above Scheme are yet to be workedout.

Since, total amount of Rs. 1.91 crore has been received as Grant in Aid under the Scheme, the proposed action plan is as under:-

(a)       During first quarter of the financial year 2014-15, proposals would be sought from the State Waqf Boards about their present status, further requirement in respect of Legal/Accounts/Enforcement set up.

(b)       During the second quarter, first instalment of 75% would be released to the State Waqf Boards

(c)       Second instalment of 25% would be released to the Waqf Boards upon receipt of utilisation certificate of first instalment alongwith progress cum outcome report from the beneficiary Waqf Boards which would be submitted to the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

 

 

  1. Scheme for computerization of the Records of the State Waqf Boards

As per the decision of the Standing Finance Committee (SFC) meeting held on 27/12/2013 for the Scheme of computerization of the Records of the State Waqf Boards Central Waqf Council has been involved by the Ministry of Minority Affairs as the implementing agency of the above scheme during the 12th plan period. The Committee has also decided to change the Scheme guidelines and get the balance work done by hiring some outsource agency.

In line with the above decision, Central Waqf Council executed the Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Minority Affairs on 31/12/2013. Thereafter, Ministry of Minority Affairs released a sum of Rs. 2.50 crores as first instalment to the Council under the above scheme.

Accordingly, Expression of Interest (EOI) in sealed cover has been sought from the reputed agencies to complete the remaining work of WAMSI as is outlined in the Scheme, by giving advertisement in the official website of CWC,  Ministry of Minority Affairs and leading newspapers of New Delhi/Kolkata/Chennai/ Mumbai/Bengaluru/Hyderabad. In response to the above advertisement 15 agencies had submitted their proposal which were opened on 23/12/2013 by a committee consisted of Director (Waqf), Technical Director (NIC) and the undersigned.

Based on the criteria and conditions of the EOI, 8 agencies have been found to be eligible. However, as required Request for Proposal (RFP) could not be finalized due to lack of technical expertise in house and the exact quantum of work to be outsourced has not been identified for each property. Hence, holding the preparation of the RFP and it is expected to be completed shortly by engaging & hiring a technical agency or expert.

Once, the RFP is ready for circulation amongst the eligible short listed agencies, necessary proposals would be obtained and finalized. Moreover, the volume of work is large and covered throughout the country. Therefore, it may require more numbers of agencies to con-currently carried out the assigned work so as to complete within a shortest possible time.

STATE GOVT. (WAQF)

List of Minister & Principal Secretary/Secretary  (Waqf ) of all States

  ANDHRA PRADESH  
1. Shri Mohd. Ahmadullah,

Minister for Minorities Welfare, Waqf, Urdu Academy, Government of A.P., Room No.810, 8thFloor, J-Block, A.P.  Secretariat, Hyderabad

ANDHRA PRADESH

(Code 040)

23450362

23451064

09652708538 (M)

2. Shri Omar Jalil , IAS                    

Special Secretary to Govt. of A.P.

Minorities Welfare Department, Room No.106, Ground Floor, A-Block, A.P. Secretariat, Hyderabad – 500 002

ANDHRA PRADESH

23454385

23414545

23452114 (Fax)

 

  ASSAM (Code 0361)
3. Dr. Nazrul Islam

Minister for Minorities Welfare & Waqf, Civil Supplies & C.A.

Govt of Assam, E-Block, State Civil Secretariat,

Dispur, Guwahati – 781 006

ASSAM

 

2237310
4. Shri Biswa Ranjan Shewal ,

Principal Secretary to the

Govt of Assam,

Minorities Welfare & Development Deptt.,

C.M. Block, State Civil Secretariat,

Dispur, Guwahati – 781 006

ASSAM

 

2237237

Shyammewara2003@yahoo.com

  BIHAR (Code 0612)
5. Shri Shahid Ali Khan 

Minister, Minority Welfare Department,

Incharge of Waqf,

Government of Bihar,

Old Secretariat, Patna – 800 015

BIHAR

 

2545072
6. Shri Amir Subhani, IAS 

Principal Secretary,

Minority Welfare Department & Waqf,

Government of Bihar, Barrack No.6,

Main Secretariat, Patna – 800 015

BIHAR

2236742

09473191457

 

 

  CHHATTISGARH (Code 0771)
7. Shri Kedar Kashyap,

Minister for SC-ST Development, Backward & Minor Development, Backward & Minor Development, PHE BJP,

C – 3, Forest Colony, Rajatalab, Raipur Chhattisgarh

07867 – 282774

(M) 09424105555

0771 – 4080906

fax-2221106

e-phemin@cg.nic.in

8. Shri Manoj Kumar Pingua,

Secretary for C.G Govt., SC-ST Development,

Government of Chhatisgarh,

Room No.201, D.K.S. Bhawan, Mantralaya, Raipur

Chhattisgarh

 

2221202

Fax 2510062

(M) 09424243600

e-secy_wd@ymail.com

  GUJARAT (Code 079)
9. Shri Bhupendra Singh Chudasna  ,

Hon’ble Minister of Legal Affairs & Minister Incharge of Waqf, Govt of Gujarat, Block No.1,

6th floor, Sachivalaya Gandhinagar

GUJARAT

 

Ph.079 23238152, 23243506

 

  HARYANA
10. Shri Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Hon’ble Chief Minister (Waqf Minister), 4th floor, Haryana Civil Sectt., Chandigarh

 

Ph.0172-2749396, 2749409

 

 

11. Shri P.K. Gupta , IAS,

Principal Secretary, Administration of Justice Deptt, Room No.45, 6th floor, Haryana Civil Sectt, Chandigarh

 

Ph.-0172-2711952, 2794918
  KARNATAKA

 

(Code 080)
12. Shri Qamar-Ul-Islam , 

Minister of Waqfs, Haj & Minority Welfare,

Govt of Karnataka, Room No.244, 245, Vikas Saudha, Bangalore-560 001

KARNATAKA

22252292
13. Shri W.N. Baika Devi  

Principal Secretary (Waqf),  Government of Karnataka,

Room No.204,  Vikas Saudha, Bangalore

-560 001

KARNATAKA

22034440

22257602

Secy-mw@karnataka.gov.in

  MADHYA PRADESH (Code 0755)
14. Shri Anter Singh

Minister Incharge of Waqf, Govt of M.P., Vallabh Bhavan, Bhopal

MADHYA PRADESH

 

 

(O) 0755-2441377

2441081

 

15. Smt. Suranjan Ray (IAS),

Principal Secretary, Deptt of Minority Welfare and Backward Class, Govt of Madhya Pradesh, Mantralay Vallabh Bhavan, Bhopal (MP)

MADHYA PRADESH

 

 

Ph.0755-2441147

 

 

  MAHARASHTRA (Code 022)
16  Shri Arif Naseem Khan, Minister of Waqf, Govt of Maharashtra, Mantralaya, Mumbai – 400032

MAHARASHTRA

 

M-9820030382 / 022-22885104 / 22088510

 

17 Shri Manoj Sonik , IAS

Principle Secretary  (Waqf)

Govt of Maharashtra, Mantralaya, Mumbai – 400032

MAHARASHTRA

 

02222020615 / 22020092
  PUNJAB (Code 0172)
18.  Shri Sukhbir Singh Badal,

Dy Chief Minister, Punjab, Minister of Waqf, Govt of Punjab, Civil Sectt., Chandigarh

PUNJAB

 

 

Ph.0172-2742477
19. Shri D.S. Bains, Principal Secretary (Home), Govt of Punjab, Deptt of Home Affairs & Justice, Judicial-I Branch, Civil Sectt Chandigarh

PUNJAB

 

 

M-7508300001, Ph.0172-2742771

 

 

 

 

 

  RAJASTHAN (Code 0141)
20. Shri Vasundhara Raje ,

Chief Minister & Incharge of Waqf ,

Sachivalaya, C-Scheme, Jaipur

RAJASTHAN

 

2227563
21. Shri G.S. Sandhu ,

Principal Secretary,

Revenue, Colonisation, Waqf & Sainik,

Sectt. Main Building, Jaipur

RAJASTHAN

 

 

2227061
  TAMIL NADU (Code 044)
22. Shri Abdul Raheem ,

Hon’ble Minister for Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare, Govt of Tamil Nadu, Fort St. George, Chennai 600009.

TAMIL NADU

 

Ph.044-25671021

 

23. Dr. Arul Mohi , IAS,

Principle Secretary to Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare, Govt of Tamil Nadu, Fort St. George, Chennai 600009.

TAMIL NADU

 

Ph.044-25670848,

Fax 044-25670756

 

  TRIPURA (Code 0381)
24. Shri Sahid Choudhuri,

Minister for M.W. etc. Deptts. Govt of Tripura,  Old Sectt Complex, Agartala.

TRIPURA

 

241-3366

 

25. Shri Samarjit Bhowmick

Secy to the Govt of Tripura, Minority Welfare Deptt. Old Sectt Complex, Agartala.

TRIPURA

 

 

2413333

 

 

  UTTAR PRADESH (Code 0522)
26. Shri Mohammad Azam Khan,

Minister of Minority Affairs, Haj & Waqf,

16, Navin Bhawan, Vidhan Sabha,

Lucknow

UTTAR PRADESH

 

2238980
27. Shri Divesh Chaturvedi

Principal Secretary, Minority Welfare & Waqf,

401, Bapu Bhawan, Lucknow

Lucknow

UTTAR PRADESH

 

 

2214772
  UTTARAKHAND (Code 0135)
28. Shri HArish Rawat,

Chief Minister, Utrarakhand, Minister for  Minority Welfare,

Vidhan Bhawan, Uttarakhand, Dehradun

UTTARAKHAND

 

2650433

2712827 (fax)

cm-uk@nic.in

29. Shri Ajay Prabhot ,

Secretary, Minority Welfare,

Uttarakhand Govt

Dehradun

UTTARAKHAND

 

 

2712802, 2712096

Secy-housing-ua@nic.in

  WEST BENGAL (Code 033)
30. Ms. Mamata Banerjee ,

Chief Minister of West Bengal,

Minorities Affairs and Madrasah Education,

Govt. of West Bengal, Writers’ Building,

Kolkata – 700001

WEST BENGAL

 

22145555, 22145588

Fax_22145480

 

31. Shri Ghayasuddin Mulla ,

Minister of State ,

Minority Affairs & Madarasa Education,

Govt. of West Bengal, Writers’ Building,

Kolkata – 700001

WEST BENGAL

 

033-22145667

 

32. Shri Saeedul Islam

Principal Secretary

Minority Affairs & Madarasa Education,

Govt. of West Bengal, Writers’ Building,

Kolkata – 700001 Chairman,

WEST BENGAL

 

 

22126431

22126523

  ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS (Code 03192)
33. Shri Mohanjeet Singh ,

Commissioner  (Revenue/Waqf)

Andaman & Nidobar

Administration

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS

 

 

 

M-9434280020

 

  DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI (Code 0260)
34. Shri G.S. Meena

Collector, Survey Commissioner, Waqf

Secretariat Dadra & Nagar Haveli,

Silvassa

2642721

Fax 2642787

Collector.dnh@nic.in

Matching Grant to State Waqf Boards

The State Waqf Boards are eligible to get 50% matching grant from Central Waqf Council, the upper limit of which is presently Rs.50,000/- only. The matching grant is given for the purpose to disburse the scholarship to the students of higher secondary/madarsa/ITI/polytechnic. The State Waqf Boards interested in the scheme may apply to the Council with indication of their share along with the utilization certificate with list of the students covered in the scheme of the previous year, if any.

Book Bank/ Library

The scheme was launched with a view to mitigate the difficulty of non-availability of the books to the poor students. Under the scheme, the books may be issued to such poor and needy students in the beginning of the academic year and the same may be returned by the students at the end of the academic year. The financial assistance for developing the book bank in the school libraries is given by the Council to the approved school. The application proforma for the same may be downloaded from the website of the Council.

The Educational and Women Welfare Committee of the Council held its meeting on 21st March, 2013 had recommended the following amount to the recognized school for developing Book Bank in the Libraries:

 

Sl.No. Name of the Library Recommended Grant
Hira Model High School-Nirmal  Hira Colony, Moghalpura, P.O.-Nirmal-504106 Dist.- Adilabad 25,000/-
Kurnool Universal Educational Society,

32/358, Gadda Street, Kurnool – 518001

25,000/-
Ansarul Uloom Educational Trust, Dardha, Mohammadpur, Badal, Madhopur Silout, Muzaffarpur – 843119 23,700/-
Darul Uloom Rizvia,

Bara Chakia, East Champaran – 845412

25,000/-
Jamia Umme Salma, AT & Post Santha,

District Kishanganj – 855115

19,000/-
Madarsa HanfiaVill.-Nadaura Post-Phulwaria Baheri Dist.- Gaya 25,000/-
Madarsa Sirajul UloomVill.- Gerwaghat P.O. Jagdishpur Via.- SemapurDist.- Katihar-854115 25,000/-
Shatabdi Public School

Katihar Hill Road, Gaya -823001

25,000/-
R.P.S. Aims Institute of Education

Kangan Distt.-GanderbalPin Code-191202

25,000/-
Sir Syed Memorial Institute of Foundation,

Behrote, Rajouri

25,000/-
Bangalore Premier D.Ed. College, #30, 2nd Main, Gandhi Nagar, Near Railway Gate, Kadugondanahhalli, Nagawara Main Road, A.C.Post, Bangalore-560 045 25,000/-
H.A.E.T., Teachers Training Institute

#30, 2nd Main, Gandhi Nagar, Near Railway Gate, Kadugondanahalli, Nagaware Main Road, A.C. Post, Bangalore-560 045

25,000/-
Saint Tact English School & Ghousa Madrasa

No. 566, 2nd Main, Kushal Nagar, K.G. Halli, Bangalore

25,000/-
Feroz Shah Memorial Education Society, S.S. Patil Apartment, 2nd Floor, Aiwan-e-Shahi, Gulbarga – 25,000/-
Jamia Nooria Azizia, Millat Nagar Colony, sharm Kalyan, Ghoghar, Rewa- 486001 25,000/-
Madarsa Maktabe Hind, H. No. 49, Near Sikandar Jhan Masjid, Bagh Farhat Afza, Bhopal 25,000/-
Madarsa Hazrat Bilal  ( R) 196, Atal Nehru Nagar, Bhanpur, Vidisha Road, Bhopal 25,000/-
Zeenat-E-Ilm, Madarsa,H.No. 6, Gali No. 2, Islami gate, Shahjahanabad, Bhopal 25,000/-
Fatima Junior High School Village Makhiyali kalan P.O.- LaksarHaridwar U.K.-247 663 25,000/-
Ariful Uloom Dini Talimi Society,

Matipur Post Manota, Sambhal (Bheem Nagar)

25,000/-
Iqra Public School, Iqra Colony, Sir Syed Nagar, Aligarh – 202002 25,000/-
Marghoob Hussian Turkey Public School,

Shahbazpur Kalan Asmoli,District Moradabad

25,000/-
Madarsa Abdul Majid Academy,

Vill Khojipur, Chhibramau, Kannauj

25,000/-
Madarsa Ahle Sunnat, Mohalla Jama Masjid Town Joya, Tehsil Amroha,Distt. J. P. Nagar 25,000/-
Madarsa Sharifan Uloom,

Islam Nagar, Saurikh Kannauj

25,000/-
Madarsa Qadriya Tartoosia Zameerul Uloom,

Meerpur Saqi, Sambhal, District Bheemnagar

25,000/-
Madarsa Waheed ul Uloom Muslim Deeni Talim Educational Society, Mandi Milak, Hisampur, Moradabad 25,000/-
Madarsa Jamia Siddiqia, Dr. Imran Building, Abid Nagar Teela, Karula Moradabad 25,000/-
Madarsa Waseemul Uloom,

Gram, Hatwa, Post Dindoli, J.P. Nagar

25,000/-
Manav Kalyan Shiksha Samiti,Runs by Madarsa Jamia Siddiqia, Peerghalib Police Chowki, Marino Tailor,Moradabad 25,000/-
Darul Ulama, Chamunda Wali Gali,

Barwalan, Moradabad – 244001

25,000/-
M.B. Educational & Welfare Society,

Vill & Post Radhna Inayatpur, Meerut

25,000/-
Md. J.B.G. National College,

Basti Nagar, Chhimbramau, Kannauj

25,000/-
Mairaj Public  School,

Dhakya, Joya, District J.P. Nagar

25,000/-
Maulana Azad Institute of Humanities, Science & Technologies, Mahmudabad, Sitapur 25,000/-
Mother Teresa P.J. High School, Mohamadi Sarai, Amroha, District J.P. Nagar 25,000/-
Mother Halima Central School,

Zeregular(Near Muqeemganj), Varanasi

25,000/-
Shamsuddin Memorial Shikshan Vikas Santhan,

Vikas khand & Post Kundarki, District Moradabad

25,000/-
Shahid Khan Kishan Public Primary School

Managed by Kisan Public Welfare Shiksha Samiti, Vill Mahmoodpur Mafi, Tehsil Bilari, District Moradabad

25,000/-
Shaheed Ashfaque Ullah Khan Memorial Society,

76, Jail Road, Pratapgarh

25,000/-
S. M. Public School,

Gram Taharpur, Block Kundarki, District Moradabad

25,000/-
S.R. Convent Junior High School,

Bijnor Road, Amroha – 244221,J.P. Nagar

25,000/-
Usmania Islamic High School,

Qaisarganj, Bahraich – 271903

25,000/-
Ameer Ali Shah Modern Junior High School,

Seohara – 246746, Bijnor

25,000/-
Belgachia Muslim Jr. High School,

1/6/1/B/1, J.K.Ghosh Road, Kolkata-700037

25,000/-
Total 10,92,700/-