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MUSLIM ORPHANAGE

A poor Muslim widow with her two children approached the philosopher for shelter to her two children as she was not in a position to maintain them. There was no orphanage for Muslims exclusively.


Welcome to Our Muslim Orphanage Committee!

Zakah (Community Wealth Tax). The Muslim contribution to life is open, without limits: he gives of his effort, his mind, his knowledge, his status and his money. The Prophet (peace be on him) said, "Every Muslim must perform a charity." They asked, "Messenger of God, what if a person cannot find anything to give?" He answered, "He should work with his hands to benefit himself and give in charity." "And what if he could not find that?" they asked again. "He should assist an aggrieved person in need." "And what if he could not do that?" "Then he should do good and refrain from evil - that would be his charity." (related by al-Bukhari)

A poor Muslim widow with her two children approached the philosopher for shelter to her two children as she was not in a position to maintain them.

In the year 1963 a girls' hostel nearer to our orphanage was started which is now managed by a sister institution of our orphanage called Muslim Women's Progressive Association.

Hence a primary school with I to V Standards was started to cater to the need of our boys and girls and students from outside.

During the year 1990 an Educational conference was held in our campus. Her Excellency Justice.



In order to provide employment opportunities to the members of the Muslim and other communities a Technical Training Institute was started during the year 1979 at Rahmath Nagar, Palayamkottai.

Another important activity of the M.O.C. is the formation of the Quaid-e-Millath Educational Trust in 1979 which affords financial assistance to the needy and bright students undergoing Medical, Engineering, Agriculture and other Professional courses.

In order to wipe out the tears of young girls who could not marry due to their poor economic conditions a trust was formed in June 1979 after the name of the founder President Alhaj. M.N. Mohammad Sahib.

A nursing room with five beds has been constructed at a cost of Rs.60,000/- for the benefit of Orphan boys to provide them proper Medical aid when they fall sick. The building is named after the Late. Haji. Janab.



The Muslim welfare Association which was formed in the year 1987 looks after communal harmony among the Muslims and other communities.

Some wakf properties which had become the private properties of a few anti-social elements were redeemed from them and made available for the benefit of the whole Muslim society.

I now the attention of the committee is focused on establishing a women's college as there is more awareness and eagerness among our girls to undergo higher studies. In Tamil Nadu there are only three colleges for women run by our community.