Faiz-e-Aam Muslim Educational Society established Faiz-e-Aam Muslim School in 1998 for promoting education among backward communities particularly Muslims in a backward area. This is a progressing institution in a rural area with a clear vision to build up a bright future. The college emphasises on promoting good education with a new outlook towards success. During 8 years with the support of guardians and well wishers it developed into an intermediate college. Outstanding achievement was to establish 23 primary schools in remote villages with well defined vision and mission for basic education. It made substantial progress in every field, notably academic, religious and social activities. It’s academic achievement can be gauged from the excellent result. On social front it worked for poverty alleviation on small scale with meager fund.
Unlike commercial private schools, our tuition fee is nominal and donation is the only source for developing basic infrastructure. During the year, the construction of 2 classrooms had been possible with the donation of parents and well wishers. With addition of classrooms classes held in open was discontinued which was great relief to students.
Bombay born philanthropist Dr. Ebrahim Kazim desired to establish a girls school in memory of his mother. A 3 storey block consisting of 14 classrooms was suggested to him. Later on the construction work was taken up enabling the management to separate girls classes. From the next session Amina Abedin Memorial Girls Hr. Sec. will run in new block. The existing North Block has been attached to this school.