SIO launches Junior Associate Circle(JAC) in Panjim


Students Islamic Organisation of India launched its Junior Associate Circle (JAC) in Panjim on Sunday.  In a function held at Students Centre for the parents . Br.   Ateeq ur Rehman in his inaugural address stated that JAC was a platform for children in the age group of 10 to 15 to develop their individual  personality and nurture their talents. He said JAC lays stress on building the value system in a child. He said values imbibed in this age gives fruits in adulthood.
In an open house session moderated by Br. Asif Hussain the details of the JAC programs were discussed at length.  The parent’s were of the opinion that such weekend classes based on Islamic Value System and the learning of Arabic and Urdu will help the children to mould their lives on Islamic principles. They said this would help them develop healthy relationships in an Islamic environment.
Maulana Abdul Mubeen Asari  recited verses from the Quran reminding the gathering of their purpose in life and the need for the preparation for the accountability on the day of judgement. Br. Mohammed Anis  concluded the program with Dua and vote of thanks.


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