JIH Greater Hyderabad along with DARE launches free COVID-19 Consultation Service

Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Greater Hyderabad launches free COVID-19 consultation service. The online service is provided with the help of doctors from DARE (Doctors Association for Relief and Education) Technology Partners: PSF (Professionals Solidarity Forum). People suffering from low symptoms of COVID-19 can avail this service from their home itself. Doctors will give medical consultation & counselling to alleviate the distress of the affected person. Follow this link to register for this consultation 



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4-Day Online Workshop on “Leadership Development for Social change”

Departments of HRD and Indian Society Jamat e Islami Hind (JIH), Telangana is organising a 4-Day Online Workshop on “Leadership Development for Social change” PHASE-I

The online program will be from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm on Zoom on 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th July 2020. This will be an interactive session with renowned resource persons and trainers. Entry is through registration and with limited seats.


As local and global social issues keep emerging, there is need for leadership to manage them. Empowering students and youth to be social change agents is a daunting task. Such is its significance that many leadership educators regard Social Change leadership as the leadership of the 21st century. Its purpose is to mould leadership as an altruistic process by which change the focus of change is for the betterment of others. Among possible options, it is recommended to adopt a value based model of leadership development that revolves around service as the vehicle for social change.

The Leadership for Social Change workshop is an effort to enhance participants’ leadership and management skills to facilitate positive social change. This workshop emphasizes on the need to understand personal capabilities and the social environment to create community change. The model is inclusive in that it is designed to enhance the development of leadership qualities in all participants- those who hold formal leadership positions as well as those who do not. In this training program, leadership is viewed as a process rather than as a position whereby the concepts of equity, social justice, self-awareness, personal empowerment, collaboration, citizenship, and service are probed and learnt for extensive application in the field.  Values are core critical elements of Social Change– specifically these seven: Awareness, Commitment, Taqwa, Integration, Organization, Networking, and Citizenship (ACTIONS).

Please note registration is mandatory.

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Schedule and agenda:

S. No. Date, Topic & Speaker Value Stream Contents





16thJul 2020, Thursday
Individual values and traits for leadershipPresided over by:
Janab Sadiq Ahmed Sb
State Secretary, Hindustani Samaj, JIH TS30 Minuites

“Awareness of purpose, principles, process, and people related to social change.”

By Mr. Laeeq Ahmed Khan,

Human Right activist, National Secretary Fraternity Movement & NLP Trainer, Hyderabad

60 Minutes + 15 Min Q & A

· Society and social issues
· Desire for social change
· Scope and objectives
· Process of change
· Navigating power structures and influencing
· Aligning with role-based requirements
· Understanding personal ability- physical and moral standing
· Understanding the power of morality

“Responsibility-driven motivation for best endeavour with abiding devotion, steadfastness and optimism.”

By Mr. Abdul Mannan
Life coach & NLP Trainer & CEO of Standard Touch

Kalburgi, Karnataka

60 Minutes + 15 Min Q & A

· Addressing commitment challenges for full-timers and volunteers
· Balanced lifestyle
· Managing family and social expectations
· Leadership and mental health
· Staying motivated
· Role of Sabr, Salat and Qur’an in motivation
· Overview of 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
· Overview of other contemporary literature
2.  17thJul 2020, Friday

Individual values and traits for leadership…. Continued

Moderated by:

Janab Sadiq Ahmed Sb State Secretary Hindustani Samaj JIH TS


Personal conduct tuned with belief and values

By Janab S Ameen ul Hasan sb
Vice President Jamat e Islami Hind & NLP Trainer, New Delhi

60 Minuites + 30 Min Case Studies & Activities

· Developing and maintaining Taqwa
· Minimal Taqwa standards
· Avoiding conflict of personal and public values
· Exercising transparency and accountability
· Tazkia and continuous improvement








18th Jul 2020, Saturday

Group values and traits for leadership

By Presided over by:

Prof. Mohd Khalid Mubashir uz Zafar

State Secretary HRD, JIH TS 30 Minutes


Alignment, unification and co-ordination of processes, people, and activities toward the achievement of group mission

By Mr. Abdul Jabbar,
Social Activist, President, Professionals Solidarity Forum (PSF), Hyderabad

60 Minutes + 15 Min Q & A

· Articulating shared goals
· Co-ordinating and developing plans
· Assigning roles & responsibilities and managing teamwork and performance
· Managing, directing and controlling

Using the organizational resources and undertaking capacity building in support of social change

By Mr. Ateeq ur Rahman National Asst. Secretary HRD Department, JIH, Motivational Speaker in Academics & Career, New Delhi

60 Minutes + 15 Min Q & A

· Establishing policies
· Utilizing organizational assets
· Managing funding and sponsorship
· Human capital management
· Facilitating productive environment
· Essentia group values and traits
· Managing opposition and conflict








19th  July 2020, Sunday

Creating social change


Jb Hamid Mohammed Khan sb,

Ameer e Halqa

30 Minutes


Bolstering relationships and teamwork through in-person and social networking

By Mr. Suhail KK,
Researcher, Film Maker, Human Right Activist, Director, Quill Foundation, New Delhi

60 Minutes + 15 Min Q & A

· Role of social networking in social change
· Employing social networks legally and securely
· Social media platforms as a marketing medium
· Real-world examples

Harnessing individual and group qualifications to affect change benefiting the society

Justice B, Chandra Kumar,

60 Minutes + 15 Min Q & A

· Identifying target issues and audiences
· Designing issue specific programs
· Partnering and engaging with stakeholder audiences
· Defining alliance criteria and managing allies
· Overseeing change and measuring impact


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JIH Greater Hyderabad runs awareness campaign distributes masks & sanitizers

Jamat-e-Islami Hind, (JIH, Greater Hyderabad), to run an awareness campaign on COVID-19 Using mobile announcement vehicles in old and new parts of the city advising people to take precautions.

Distribution of masks and sanitizers

Hafiz Muhammad Rashaduddin’s (Nazim-e-shehr, JIH Greater Hyderabad) press statement


Hafiz Rashaduddin has urged one and all to take all sorts of precautions amid the growing covid-19 cases in the city. JIH feels that people are unaware and hence not taking enough precautions which is leading to increased number of infections. Hafiz Rashaduddin, citing a reference from Hadith (saying of Prophet Muhammad PBUH) appealed people to honour the blessing of health before the disease, take care of self and other in family, use sanitizers, wash hands frequently, use masks when going out and not go out without an emergency. He also asked people to not gather in large numbers and in close vicinity.

He appealed people to consult government’s health department and other NGOs upon developing any of the covid-19 symptoms.

Hafiz Rashaduddin announced that JIH Greater Hyderabad is running a massive campaign in both the cities to aware people on these things. Mobile announcers on vehicles are used to make sure the message reaches every household. He urged people to maintain physical distancing, use nutritious food and exercise regularly. “It is also the time to turn towards our lord, seek forgiveness and keep praying. Besides regularly praying, people must help the needy”, he implored. “Despite all the prayers, one should not lose hope on the lord if the pandemic does not ease, for the disease and the health both are in our lord’s hands”, he clarified. He requested people to take all precautions and reach out to doctors and medical fraternity when in need. We believe that if lord wills, it (the pandemic) will go away. He announced that in many parts of the city masks and sanitizers were distributed. Police and other administrative officials too joined hands with the JIH TS cadre.

In the end, He appealed other NGOs working on social, religious and political front, to aware people on the pandemic and help people come out of fear and anxiety.

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Online Panel Discussion – Masjid: Place of worship & centre of service

Is really mosque more than a place of worship?
What are the major functions to be carried out in a mosque?
Can really mosque play a vital role in development of Muslim Ummah?
How mosques can resolve conflicts and manage crisis state of affairs?
What is the role of a mosque in critical situations like pandemic?

To get satisfactory replies of above questions and to understand many more aspects of the issue make sure your attendance and participation in a very comprehensive and wide-range “Online Panel Discussion” by Ulema, religious experts and social activists on 7th July 2020, Tuesday at 09.00 pm.

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Free oxygen cylinder service in Hyderabad City

To help COVID-19 patients or suspects battling low oxygen levels, the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind’s city unity has started a free oxygen cylinder serivice. JIH city president Mohammed Rashaduddin said “In the city the pandemic is spreading at a faster rate, and in lot of cases oxygen is not available to the patients. To help the COVID-19 patients Jamaat has initiated this service to give immediate relief to the patients.”

We are providing 17 litre and 40 litre cylinders. Beneficiaries will have to pay a fully-refundable deposit amount of Rs.10,000 for 17 litre and Rs.20,000 for 40 litre cylinders. Once the cylinders are returned the deposit will be handed back to them. For availing this service a doctor’s prescription is mandatory along with ID proof of patient and attendant.

You can contact on the below numbers for oxygen cylinders 871 231 3740 and 939 852 1524


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