Shaheen Group to open AICUs at Lingampally, Attapur

The ‘intensive care’ concept introduced by Shaheen at its campuses has paid rich dividends as evidenced by the just-released Intermediate results. Sara Fatima, who studied at Shaheen’s Malakpet branch, has secured the third rank at the state level scoring 436 out of 440 marks in the Intermediate first year while Bhagyalaxmi secured 434 and Mohd Sufiyan 465 marks.

By J.S. Ifthekhar  Published on  3 July 2022 6:53 AM GMT
Shaheen Group to open AICUs at Lingampally, Attapur

Shaheen Group of Educational Institutions, which has experimented successfully with its Academic Intensive Care Unit (AICU), has decided to open two such centers in Hyderabad on July 20. One AICU will come up at Lingampally and the other one at Attapur.

The 'intensive care' concept introduced by Shaheen at its campuses has paid rich dividends as evidenced by the just-released Intermediate results. Sara Fatima, who studied at Shaheen's Malakpet branch, has secured the third rank at the state level scoring 436 out of 440 marks in the Intermediate first year while Bhagyalaxmi secured 434 and Mohd Sufiyan 465 marks.

Disclosing the details at a press meet at Media Plus here on Wednesday, Dr. M.A. Qadeer, founder, and chairman of the Bidar-based Shaheen Institutions, said though Shaheen made its entry into Hyderabad just two years ago its performance has been spectacular. The results were better than their expectations. While several students put up a good performance in the Intermediate first year, in the second year Sayeeda Sheema Ramiya and Zehra Begum did exceedingly well by scoring 988 and 983 marks respectively.

The AICU, Dr. Qadeer said, was created to pay special attention to slow learners, particularly in subjects like Mathematics and Languages. In Bidar, where the concept was first introduced, AICU proved helpful in improving the performance of dropouts and weak students. Many of them have cleared competitive examinations and are now occupying top positions in government.

The Shaheen Group has proposed to set up a residential school for boys at Moinabad. The NEET dropouts will also be trained here. Similarly, two more Shaheen institutions are in the process of being opened at Nizamabad and Adilabad. With this, the total number of Shaheen branches in Telangana will rise to seven. Shaheen opened its first campus at Bidar in 1989 with just 17 students. Today this number has gone up to 20,000.

Shaheen aims to impart quality education along with the protection of culture and morals. Without morals and character, even an educated person remains uncultured. At Shaheen special care is taken to instill moral rectitude, discipline, love, and affection towards fellow countrymen, a thing which is needed most today. The Shaheen campus at Bidar, where students belonging to different religions and castes study, is a symbol of love and brotherhood. Impressed by its ideals, many non-Muslims are admitting their children to Shaheen institutions, Dr. Qadeer said.

Ned pulmonologist Dr. Mateenuddin Saleem, Anil Kumar Patil, and Mufti Abdul Wahid, who are supporting the Shaheen cause, also spoke.

Next Story
Share it