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CONCEPT & IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

AL SAJJAD MEMORIAL TRUST


AT SAJJADABAD GCL ROAD RAWALL PD KHAN JHELUM PAKISTAN
E-mail: asmtpak@gmail.com www.asmtpak.blogspot.com Bank A/c No. 01004776 / Br. Code: 0547 UBL Pind Dadan Khan
Address: Al-Sajjad Memorial Trust, Gharibwal Cement Factory Road Rawall, Tehsil PD Khan District Jhelum Pakistan < For more details contact Engr. Taj @ +92 300 411 6189; chtaj@hotmail.com >

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MISSION STATEMENT
ASMT has a brighter vision to enlighten deprived and poor segment of society with vocational & technical training besides elementary education for boys & girls in order to improve general literacy and eliminate poverty by providing them skills and harnessing the opportunities in Global Market & committed to achieving the objectives by providing quality of services in a very healthy and conducive environment.

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1- INTRODUCTION Forewords: There has ever remained an exigency to help out poor and needy human beings. It becomes more intensive in the societies where a big class difference prevails between poor and rich. In all over the world there exists a group of volunteers to carry out these missionary services for their needy fellow beings. We being Muslims are proud of our ideological base the ISLAM which inculcates a great emphasis in this context. It takes the human rights on top priority to attain God Will. Refer to Holy Quran: 2-177 It is not righteousness that you turn your faces to the East or to the West; but righteous is he who believes in Allah, the last day, Angels, the Book and Prophets and gives his wealth for love of Him to kinsfolk, to orphans, to the needy, the wayfarer, to those who ask and to set slaves free and observe proper worship and pays poor due and those who keep their treaty when they make one and the patient in tribulation and adversity and time of distress. Such are they, who are sincere. Such are the God fearing. Hadith Sharif: The better among you is one who is more beneficial for fellow human beings. The concept of social work is it starts from very basic unit of society; home, town / city and then country and so on. So we started this work from our basic unit in Sajjadabad GCL Road Rawall (District Jhelum) under the umbrella of Al-Sajjad Memorial Trust in 26th May 2000 and it got its registration with District Government Headquarter Jhelum in 25th June 2002, with following objectives: 2 Objectives In basic teaching of ISLAM with reference to Holy Quran there is time and again emphasis of research and development over universal sciences. The followers are directed to work for the wide range benefit of human beings; guidelines by our Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) are exactly inline with this, which provides a base line for further development in this context. For the same concept and reality the history proves that the origin of all knowledge leading to development of science & technology were initiated by Muslim Scholars but then unluckily due to one reason or another, this has not been continued after 1300 AD. We have very unique Objectives, quite different from the traditional MADDARAS i.e. collaboration of Technical / Modern Education with basic religious teachings of Islam. This is to enlighten the religious scholars with modern science & technology and provide them the opportunity of skill development to enable them to earn their

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lively-hood honourably. This will protect them from their participation in non-social and unfair activities. Our broader prospective is to promote this idea to the rest of the MADDARAS in Pakistan by presenting a workable precedent.

3-Organization (Basic) Key body (other than numerous volunteers) involved in planning & organizing the mission: Patron in Chief: Chief Organizer: General Secretary: Executive Members: Syed Naqeeb ul- Ashraf Engr. Muhammad Taj Syed Bilal Haider Syed Touqir Hussain Ghulam Mohayyuddin Syed Saad al Huseini Muhammad Majeed Syed Zaheer ul Hassan

Construction Manager: 4-Plan

We have following Plan to achieve our designated objectives: Step-1; Start of Middle Standard Education (from class 6th) Step-2; Secondary School Certificate Level Step-3; Technical Training Certificate (1-Year Practical Course with gradual increase to higher levels) Step-4; Women Education & Skills Development Centre Step-5; Auxiliary Facilities; Health & Sports etc 5-Implementation 5(a) Tutorial 1st intake of student having primary (Class 5) education has been initiated in current year 2010 initially of 10 students. This strength shall increase gradually, as per our plan after 3 years this class shall pass 8 th class exam and qualify for Matric class then after 2 years our 1st badge will pass class 10th exam (in science subjects) and the next year i.e. 2015 we shall be starting our 1st course for technical & vocational training. Further to aforesaid work plan we are also focussing to start our technical & vocational training program for boys & girls even earlier. The main obstacle in this regards is infrastructure i.e. building & machinery/tools, for which we are making our best to get some fund from any NGO / Contributing Org. 5(b) Construction & Project Over view

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Construction work of the Institute (Ibrahim bin Muhammad) has been started in May 2000 over the land donated by Patron-in-Chief (Syed Naqeeb ul Ashraf & his family). Main School building construction work is under progress about 50% of the work is completed. Middle school classes have been started in the same building. An overview of construction work and planned project is mentioned hereunder vis--vis of our main Plan mentioned here-above under section 4 as follows: 1. School Building & Admin Block, 2. Accommodation Block, 3. Workshop & Training Facility for Boys, 4. Skill Development Centre for Girls, 5. Recreational & Supports Facilities, 6. Basic Health Unit. 5(c) Tools & Machinery We are planned to introduce following skill development & technical trade training in our vicinity: 1. For Boys; a. Fabrication & Welding b. Industrial & Domestic Electrician c. Wood Works & Shuttering Carpenter d. Computer Applications 2. For Girls; a. Computer Application b. Garments & Hosiery So for above mentioned trades we need to establish our training facilities accordingly. For some of these trades / theoretical teaching we can use rooms of our school building whereas for remaining program we shall establish following facilities in the institute: 1. Workshop for separate sections of; Mechanical, Electrical and Wood Works & 2. A small unit for Garment manufacturing. 6-Project Details Following is the detail of main proposed blocks of the Institute (at Sajjadabad Complex): 1. School Building & Admin Block, 2. Accommodation Block, 3. Workshop & Training Facility for Boys,

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4. Skill Development Centre for Girls, 5. Recreational & Supports Facilities, 6. Basic Health Unit. Required infrastructure has been progressed likewise; Water Connection is provided for initial requirements whereas to run the complete facility it is required to lay another water line of 2KM from a natural fountain in the nearby mountain and a separate connection of Electricity (50kva) has been installed for the purpose. 7-Beneficiaries The surrounding area of the vicinity is mostly the poor & deprived people, sources of individual income are like; small scale agricultural / dairy farming, labourer work in nearby cement factory (Gharibwal Cement Factory) coal / salt mining, govt./ armed forces jobs and likewise. In growing population it is very much important to introduce such facility where technical training can be delivered to the coming generations for making them a skilful and responsible citizen of the country. In our facility we are aimed to provide free education to needy and orphan pupils (male & female) of the area who can hardly go up to class 5 and leave the school for giving hands to their poor families. The population surrounding this educational & technical training facility is consisted of following (minimum) adjacent villages (union councils): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Union Council Saowall Union Council Sohdi Gujjar Union Council Dhariala Jalup Union Council Ara 8-Financing The whole project is sponsored by the Successor family of Syed Sajjad Hussain Shah to its current status; its land as well as the latest development. Recently we have started with its publicity for valuable contributions of honourable citizen of the area (Pakistan as well the abroad) with the concept that we should give an opportunity to those people who really want to contribute in certain cause of community welfare. We genuinely want to set a precedent of such a creative project that could develop a better image of our nation besides a service to humanity. Union Council Basharat Tehsil P.D. Khan District Jhelum

Tehsil Choa Saiden Shah (Chakwal)

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9-Operation We have a basic organizational structure (as mentioned here above in section 3) to plan & organize the events of the Trust. Similarly a body is formed for carrying out running administrative and curriculum activities. Further as we grow we anticipate a larger set up to execute our educational & technical training programmes, there would be following main functional committees: 1. 2. 3. 4.
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Trust Admin & Gen. Facilities School & Education Technical Training for Boys Skill Development Centre for Girls Jobs Placement Unit for qualified students It is expected that in initial start-up of the study and practical courses there would be required substantial aid by some donor individuals / agencies or Governmental Authorities and after some time with sincere efforts this Institute can be self sponsored operating identity. 10) Self Sustenance After initial run i.e. establishment of required facilities and one year operating financial support our focus is to develop the facility as a self supporting one with certain finance generating activities where training & work (production / services) shall go along _ as follows:
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Mechanical Workshop; along with training facility we shall establish a small fabrication facility which shall under take order from local market / adjacent industry and routine jobs of local farmer / transporter community. Electrical Workshop; along with training facility we shall perform electrical repairs/ maintenance jobs of home appliances and as apart of training/ services small scale electrification jobs of houses of surrounding community can be under taken. Wood Works / Carpentry Shop; shall de developed in a way to depart training for furniture making skills and shuttering carpenter. This facility shall focus the local area demand initially and subsequently shall expand to meet the demands of the both; the market and revenue needed for the trust operation.

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Skill Development Centre for Girls / Women; is being specially added in the programme of the trust to develop the skills in domestic and deprived (lost their spouse or sons) women of the area enabling them to work for their livelihood. In this Centre the trust shall make it a source of revenue generation by establishing a small garments/ hosiery manufacturing unit. Overseas Jobs Promotion & Placement in Local Market; shall be especially taken care to place the skilled students in local as well as overseas market. There shall be formed a Placement Bureau that shall have following key functions: a. Linkage with local industry for jobs opportunities b. Reviewing the curriculum as per skills needed in industry c. Linkage with overseas jobs creating units/ companies / projects for placement of skilled students of the institute in overseas market This Placement Bureau shall provide the institute an important feed back for improving the technical courses and shall also provide reasonable revenue from overseas job opportunities giving financial support to the trust for its operating needs.

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Fee Structure; for needy & poor students is NO fee even foods and accommodation shall also be provided by the trust whereas a nominal fee from students of affordable families shall be charged. Charity Contributions; is also announced and demanded from the trust to charitable persons and organizations in following terms: a. Sponsoring the complete expenses for one or more students incurred monthly or b. Giving the contributions as affordable by individuals/ organizations helping trust to organize its functions.

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