Ahmed Bin Abood Bin Mahfooz was born in Beed, in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra, India on 6 June, 1926. He devoted himself for the educational, economical and socio-cultural upliftment of community. He was remarkably a broad-minded man, a man of honour, a great organizer and an ideal manager. He served as the secretary of Anjuman Ishaat-e- Taleem, Beed. During his tenure the society reached remarkable growth. He had been honoured with various state and national level awards for his contributions in the field of education among minorities.

Anjuman Ishaat-e-Taleem, Beed.

Beed is a gradual developing district in Marathwada region of Maharashtra. Approximately 40% population of Beed city belongs to minority commune. The needs of the contemporary challenging time forced Mr. Ahmed Bin Abood, late Mr. Raunak Ali, and some personalities with the same kind of strong will power and optimism of mindset to think about the education and social upliftment of minorities. Hence, Anjuman Ishat-e-Taleem was established to counter these challenges. Anjuman Ishat-e-Taleem was established in 1963. Initially a primary school was started. Anjuman Ishat-e-Taleem kept on crossing many milestones of success and eventually in 1991, Milliya Arts, Science and Management Science College was incepted.



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