11-08-2014, 03:49 PM
Christina Kunju Memorial College of Education is one of many institutions run by CH Mohammed Koya Memorial Educational and Charitable Foundation. Located near the NH47 road estate, Umayanalloor in Kollam, college costs around 5 acres of lush greenery and offers courses in B.Ed, D.Ed, BSS Diploma in montissory, HKM residential public schools, higher secondary schools HKM. The College is part of the University of Kerala.
C.H. Mohammed Koya Memorial Educational Charitable Foundation "was created on August 9, 2001. The trust decided to form a public charity with the aim of opening and operation of schools, colleges and other educational institutions in Kerala and other parts of India and other charitable purposes set forth in this Trust Deed to increase the level of education of members of the Muslim minority communities, which are lagging behind in education in particular and society in general and to help poor people in India.
In addition, the main objectives of the Fund are:
To establish and maintain schools, colleges, vocational training centers, first center and professional institutions, etc., to impart quality education in their respective areas and for the development of the personality of the Muslim minority community of students who are lagging behind in education in particular and the public in whole.
To establish, develop and maintain hospitals, medical schools, medical / dental colleges, nursing facilities, maternity homes, child welfare centers and other similar establishments.
Establishment of research centers, laboratories and libraries for the benefit and use by the general public.
Institute of scholarships and prizes, and provide loans / achievement deserving students and help them to continue their studies.
Set the elderly, rehabilitation centers, orphanages, etc., to promote certain specific objectives.
Provide assistance for the mentally retarded, the crippled, and other physically disabled children, both directly and indirectly.
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