Foundation Course in Telugu Writing Skills

8 weeks course – 5 days a week classes – Total 40 hours

Understanding Difficulty: Level II

[The course is offered online on ZOOM by HRD Department of JIH Telangana]

Why you need this course:

Telugu is the native language for the people of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Nearly 100 million people speak this language in and abroad India. Learning Telugu helps to connect with Telugu people, this will be useful for professional activities as well as personal interactions. Telugu is the widely used language on social media platforms. Writing skills in Telugu are essential to make your presence felt on social media. In this foundation course on Telugu writing you will learn:

  • Importance of writing skills
  • Telugu letters, letter combinations
  • Simple words and usage
  • Simple sentences and writing skills
  • Construction of meaningful sentences
  • Grammar
  • Letter Writing
  • Conversation in writing
  • Alankarams

Skills you will learn
Sourcing, Persuasion, Writing, Proofing, Editing

Support material and guidance
Personal care will be given to all learners to clarify doubts and improve drafts. References will be provided for further exercises.

Assignments and certification
Every specialization includes assignments. You will need to successfully complete assignments to earn your certificate.

What next after this course?
Once you have a fair understanding of the process of writing, types of writing and best practices of writing, you can move to an advanced level. At the advanced level, you can opt for any specialized field of writing:

  • Academic writing
  • Media writing
  • Creative writing

Course Fee
Rs. 500

Class Strength
Maximum 40

Essential Guidelines
All learners must have proper internet connectivity with ZOOM app installed in their gadgets. Please be ready with alternatives in case of any technical issue.

Daily attendance will be maintained by instructors. In case, if any candidate is absent for three consecutive classes then his/her name will be removed from the course and WhatsApp group.

All learners are expected to join the class at least five (05) minutes before its start. They should attend classes without any disturbance. Using head phones is preferable.

Fee will be collected from those learners who successfully qualify the Entrance Test. List of qualified candidates will be shared on and WhatsApp group. Fee once paid will not be refunded.
In case of any issue, please contact to your Course Coordinator in WhatsApp group.

Who are the instructors?

The HRD Telangana has brought onboard seasoned instructors who have years of experience in writing and teaching English language.

1. Mr. Ibrahim Nirgun : Equipped with M.A., B.Ed a seasoned teacher in Telugu. Well known telugu poet and active writer on Social Media platforms.



2. Durga Kumari J : M.A., HPT, 20 years of experience in teaching. Especially very good at Telugu teaching


3. Ramesh J : M.A, TPT, 15 years of experience in Telugu Teaching. Especially very good at Telugu teaching

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Flood Relief work by JIH Kazipet

The recent rains in Telangana have left many areas inundated. Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Kazipet took flood relief work in their division on 16th August and distributed food packets to the affected people.

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Demand for reconstruction of martyred mosques in the premises of the Secretariat

Representation of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Telangana constituency for early decision in view of state cabinet meeting, statement of Hamid Mohammad Khan Amir of JIH Telangana. – اردو میں پڑھیں

Hyderabad 4 / August. The martyrdom of two mosques on the premises of the Secretariat was a serious mistake of the state government which needs to be rectified and compensated. In view of the meeting of the State Cabinet to be held on 5th August, Mr. Hamid Mohammad Khan, Amir of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Telangana, called on the Ministers of State, Mr. Harish Rao, Mr. K. Tarak Rama Rao and State Home Minister Muhammad Mahmood Ali by telephone, he apprised them of the grief and anger among the Muslims after the martyrdom of the two mosques in the Secretariat premises and clarified its serious consequences. He demanded that the issue be considered at tomorrow’s cabinet meeting and that the mistake be rectified immediately. Amir-e-Halqa demanded from these ministers that the places where mosques were located in the premises of the old secretariat should be identified and again the government should either build these mosques on these places or hand over these lands to the State Waqf Board and the mosques should be constructed under the supervision of Waqf Board .

The Amir-e-Halqa also questioned the government and demanded that after the martyrdom of the mosques, it was not known about the various assets in the mosques.  What happened to scriptures and other religious books? The government’s conduct in this matter is extremely irresponsible and hurts the feelings of Muslims. Amir-e-Halqa further said that the attitude of the State Waqf Board in this matter was also very irresponsible, while the Waqf Board is responsible for the protection of all mosques, cemeteries and other places in the state, but its officials in this regard were very irresponsible. They need to determine the location of the lands of these mosques, take them into their custody and arrange for the construction of mosques on them again. After discussions and representation with the state ministers, the ministers assured that the issue would be discussed at the state cabinet meeting and efforts would be made to change the map as much as possible. Hamid Mohammad Khan asked the state government that the sooner this issue is resolved, the better so that the uneasiness and grief among the Muslims is removed and they get justice.

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سکریٹریٹ کے احاطے کی شہید کردہ مساجد کی دوبارہ اسی جگہ تعمیر کا مطالبہ

ریاستی کابینہ کے اجلاس کے پیش نظر جلد فیصلے کے لیے جماعت اسلامی حلقہ تلنگانہ کی نمائندگی، حامدمحمد خان کا بیان
حیدرآباد 4/ ا  گسٹ (راست)۔ سکریٹریٹ کے احاطے میں موجود دو مساجد کی شہادت ریاستی حکومت کی ایک سنگین غلطی تھی جس کے تدارک اور تلافی کی ضرورت ہے۔ 5/ا  گسٹ کو ہونے والے ریاستی کابینہ کے اجلاس کے پیش نظر جماعت اسلامی ہندحلقہ تلنگانہ کے امیر حلقہ جناب حامد محمد خان صاحب نے ریاستی وزراء  ٹی. ہریش راو صاحب‘کے۔ تارک راماراو صاحب اور وزیر داخلہ محمد محمود علی صاحب سے بذریعہ ٹیلی فون گفتگو کرکے سکریٹریٹ کے احاطے میں موجود دو مساجد کی شہادت کے بعد مسلمانوں میں پیدا ہونے والے غم و غصے اور جذبات سے واقف کروایا اور اس کے سنگین نتائج کو واضح کیا اور اس بات کا مطالبہ کیا کہ کل ہونے والے کابینہ کے اجلاس میں اس مسئلے پر غور کرکے اس غلطی کی فوری تلافی کی جائے۔ امیر حلقہ نے ان وزرا سے مطالبہ کیا کہ قدیم سکریٹریٹ کے احاطے میں جن مقامات پر مساجد قائم تھیں ان مساجدکے مقامات کی نشاندہی کی جائے اور دوبارہ انہی مقامات پر یا تو حکومت خود ان مساجدکی تعمیر کرے یا ان زمینوں کو ریاستی وقف بورڈ کے حوالے کردے اور وقف بورڈ کی نگرانی میں ان مساجد کی تعمیر ہو۔امیر حلقہ نے حکومت پر تنقید کرتے ہوئے یہ مطالبہ بھی کیا کہ مساجد کی شہادت کے بعد ان میں موجود مختلف اثاثوں کے متعلق بھی کوئی پتہ نہیں چل پایا کہ مسجدوں میں موجود جا ء نمازوں، کلام پاک کے نسخوں اور دیگر دینی کتب کا کیا ہوا؟  اس معاملے میں حکومت کا طرزعمل انتہائی غیر ذمہ دارانہ اور مسلمانوں کے جذبات کو تکلیف پہنچانے والا ہے۔ امیر حلقہ نے مزید کہا کہ اس معاملے میں ریاستی وقف بورڈ کا رویہ بھی نہایت ہی غیر ذمہ دارانہ رہا، جبکہ وقف بورڈ ریاست میں موجود تمام مساجد، قبرستانوں اور دیگر مقامات کے تحفظ کی ذمہ دار ہے، لیکن اس کے ذمہ داروں نے اس سلسلے میں نہایت ہی غیر ذمہ داری کا مظاہرہ کیا۔ اب بھی انہیں چاہیے کہ وہ ان مساجد کی زمینوں کے محل وقوع کا تعین کرکے انہیں اپنی تحویل میں لیں اور ان پر دوبارہ مساجد کی تعمیر کا نظم کریں۔ ریاستی وزرا سے بات چیت اور نمائندگی پر ان وزراء نے اس بات کا تیقن دیا کہ ریاستی کابینہ کے اجلاس میں اس مسئلے پر مباحثہ کیا جائے گا اور حتی الامکان نقشہ میں تبدیلی کروانے کی کوشش کی جائے گی۔حامد محمد خان صاحب نے ریاستی حکومت سے کہا کہ یہ مسئلہ جتنی جلد حل ہوجائے اتنا ہی بہتر ہے تاکہ مسلمانوں میں پائی جانے والی بے چینی اور غم و غصہ دور ہو اور انہیں انصاف ملے۔
پریس سکریٹری
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The New Education Policy will exacerbate social disparity: Jamaat-e-Islami Hind

31 July 2020


The New Education Policy will exacerbate social disparity: Jamaat-e-Islami Hind

New Delhi: The Markazi Talimi Board (Central Education Board) of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has reacted to the New Education Policy and appreciated some of its features while criticizing others. In a statement to the media, the Chairman of the Jamaat’s Markazi Talimi Board, Mr. Nusrat Ali commented on its features while enumerating some of its aspects, namely:

1. The New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 was rolled out by the government without presenting it in Parliament for discussion. Prior to this all the education policies passed by the then governments were elaborately discussed in Parliament. This shows that the government does not want to adopt democratic practices. Jamaat e Islami Hind, urges to the government to debate it in Parliament.

2. The vision of the policy is not explicit and lacks clarity. It looks more materialistic rather than focused on social change. Jamaat-e-Islami Hind is of the opinion that our country requires an education policy, which targets social change by infusing social justice, democratic values, equality and better understanding of faiths.

3. The policy has used the term of holistic and integrated approach of education but it could not explain what should be the definition of holistic approach in the Indian context. Jamaat e Islami Hind, strongly feels that progress, happiness and peace in society can be achieved by adopting a holistic approach to education. It can be achieved by designing primary school and secondary school syllabi and curriculum integrated with values. These values should be drawn from universal values common in all the faiths and are present in our Constitution.

4. The system of graded institutions of higher learning, the permission to high rated universities and permission for private universities will commodify our education system and it will be accessible and affordable only to the rich students. This will lead to greater social disparities and negatively affect social justice – the essence of our Constitution.

5. Making primary education in mother tongue is a good policy but its implementation requires tough measures.

6. Early childhood education requires training of the child’s mentors and the child’s mothers too, otherwise it will become a middle class phenomenon and provide a huge market for their exploitation and the commercialization of educational institutions.

7. Skill development programme is a long awaited idea but it will be poorly implemented if given to the private institutions.

8. The policy has envisaged an increase in the general enrolment ratio from 26 percent to 50 percent. This is an ambitious goal. To achieve this public spending should be increased. The government should plan to spend around 8 percent of its GDP for education.

9. The policy says that the “e-content” for eight languages will be developed but it does not include Urdu. If the policy aims at improving the overall condition of deprived communities, it should develop “e-content” in Urdu too.

10. The inclusion of free and compulsory education from pre-primary to 18 years is a welcome step.

11. Education being a state subject, the merger of various education bodies into one central unit will make it highly centralized and this will be a blow to our federal polity.

Jamaat e Islami Hind demands that the government should take into consideration the critical exposition of the policy made by experts. It should rectify the various shortcomings and weaknesses in the NEP 2020 and get it passed in Parliament.

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Media Department
Jamaat-e-Islami Hind

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