Vakkom Moulavi Foundation Trust (VMFT), founded by the late KM Bashir of International Labour Office in Geneva as a public charitable Trust in March 1986, has completed three decades of service to the Kerala society. During this period, VMFT has organised a number of meetings and seminars on topics of concern to the people of Kerala. It has undertaken several projects on education, social development and science & technology funded by reputed agencies and governments. The VMFT has steadfastly stood for the values and ideals of Vakkom Moulavi as well as its founder to promote democratic rights, ethics in public life and social cohesion. It has earned itself a reputation as an intellectual centre in Trivandrum, attracting people from all walks of life. Besides promoting research and studies on the life and time of Vakkom Moulavi, the VMFT has chosen three core areas: a) Education and Lifelong Learning, b) Science and Technology applications for sustainable development, and c)... Read more
Sri Faizal Khan MS, Pro-Chancellor of Noorul Islam University and Managing Director of NIMS Medicity won the Professor N. A. Karim Award for Outstanding Public Service, instituted by Vakkom Moulavi Foundation Trust. The award which carries Rs One Lakh in cash, citation and memento, will be presented to the winner by Hon. Chief Minister Sri Pinarayi Vijayan on Nov. 30 in Thiruvananthapuram. The award jury, chaired by senior journalist BRP Bhaskar, said that the young entrepreneur, Mr Khan, has been chosen for his meritorious activities in the fields of higher education and health services. The first award was presented to eminent Gandhian social activist Sri PV Rajagopal by the then Vice President of India, Sri Hamid Ansari. The second award was given to Professor Dr. Achuth Sankar S.Nair by Padma Vibhushan Dr. M.S.Valiathan The award is to recognise and honour individuals who have contributed to public service in a way that has produced tangible benefits... Read more
Nominations for the ‘Vakkom Moulavi Foundation Trust’s Professor N. A. Karim Award for Outstanding Public Service-2017’, consisting of Rs. One lakh cash, citation and memento, are invited. The Award is to recognize and honor individuals who have contributed to public service in a way that has produced tangible benefits for Kerala society. Any person residing in Kerala or residing in other parts of India or abroad, who has worked on issues of significance to Kerala society that fall within the purview of VMFT’s goals is eligible for the Award, irrespective of religion, caste, state, socio-economic background or political affiliation. The award is given to individuals who may be working in the government, public or private sector organizations, NGOs, universities and research institutions. In order to promote and encourage the younger generation to engage more actively in service to society, the Award will normally be restricted to people under the age of 50 years. The... Read more
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