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In addition to the generous contribution of Rs 5.5 crores by Dr. Majeed to the Kerala Chief Ministers Distress Relief Fund and adopting one village devastated in flood, Sami Labs also sends medicines to a relief camp in Mattannur, Kannur Distt, Kerala.
Sarvodaya School of Nursing, Bengaluru
May 10, 2018
Reva Independent PU College
May 05, 2018
EURO School, North Campus
May 05, 2018
Karuna Central School, Kollam
April 18, 2018
Fatima Mata National College, Kollam
March 31, 2018
Rajya Van Vikas Nigam Limited, Madhya Pradesh
March 12, 2018
Dhanam Publication, Cochin
March 08, 2018
Swaralaya Karnataka Chapter
February 22, 2018
Sai Thirumala NVR Engineering College
February 14, 2018
Blind Organization of India
February 14, 2018
MS. Ramaiah College, MSRICAIM
January 31, 2018
Rotary Club in Cochin North
December 05, 2017
Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
November 23, 2017
We care Centre, Kottayam
November 13, 2017
Ved Vignan Maha Vidya Peeth, Bengaluru
October 31, 2017
2nd Indian Cancer Congress, Bengaluru
October 25, 2017
Amity Global Business School
September 13, 2017
Athreya Vascular Foundation
August 08, 2017
Kristu Jayanthi College, Bengaluru
June 21, 2017
Sri Vinayaka Vidya Kendra, Bengaluru
June 09, 2017
June 01, 2017
Solace Mission Bharat, Thiruvananthapuram
CISSA Centre for Innovation in Science and Social Action
June 09, 2017
As a responsible Citizen, Dr. Majeed recognizes the importance of providing support for education and has been one of the front-runners in the area of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
In line with the above principle, Dr. Majeed Foundation has, over the many years, been helping the underprivileged children and supporting them in their education.
Recently, an employee of OAPL, Mr. Prakash T passed away and Dr. Muhammed Majeed has very kindly consented to support the education of his 2 children, T Nirmala and T Kisan for academic year 2017-18.
Dr. Majeed Foundation shall pick up part of their Education expenses
Dr Majeed Foundation has donated INR 200,000 to the school GHS IRULATH, located in the area Poothadi of Sulthan Battery in Wayanad district of Kerala state. Established in the year 1962, the school is managed by the Department of Education, Kerala.
Dr Majeed’s generous gift primarily will support the construction and expansion of the school premise, with cutting-edge curriculum encompassing courses and activities in all subjects.
An initiative by Dr. Majeed Foundation, the project UMMEED will support the bright students who are deprived of valuable basic degree education, for lack of finance, with required educational assistance irrespective of their caste, creed & religion. The project will initially focus on Uttar Pradesh and will further reach out to other states throughout the country.
Fathima Beevi Award is a prestigious award from Dr. Majeed Foundation to the most deserving outgoing B. Pharm student from PES Educational Society every year. This year the award was given to Ms. Namitha Gowtham who secured the 8th rank in the RGUHS and is currently pursuing her M. Pharm in NIPER, Raebareli. Her parents received the award on her behalf.
Dr. Muhammed Majeed Foundation makes a generous contribution of INR 100,000/- on December 15th 2015 for the students of Al-Ameen Educational Society a Bangalore based premier and a pioneering organization in the field of education with an impressive track record of fifty years, catering to the educational needs of the society
Dr. Majeed Foundation donates a sum of Rs 100,000 on 10th October 2015 to pay the final year tuition fees for Ms. Bharathi D/o Mr. Shivappa, who is pursuing her MBA with dual specialization in HR & MARKETING from Karunya University Business School (KUBS), Karunya University, Karunya Nagar, Coimbatore.
Dr. Majeed Foundation donates INR 50000/- to 21-year-old Neethu, who was suffering from multiple kidney failure, towards the surgery expense for a kidney transplantation. Neethu lost both her kidneys as a result of an over dosage of antibiotics in a substandard clinic and was diagnosed with kidney transplantation donated by her mother.
Dr. Muhammed Majeed, Founder and Chairman, Sami/Sabinsa group of companies, said that “The Foundation has a strong commitment to give back to our community. Supporting Neethu, who is just into her teenage and enabling the best health care to her family that faced many challenges, is one of the best ways the Foundation can fulfill that pledge. The Foundation has been working in the service of the community for a long time and I am pleased to contribute to this particular humanitarian cause”
Dr. Muhammed Majeed, Founder and Chairman, Sami/Sabinsa Group recognize the importance of providing support for education, which is the centre stone of Dr. Majeed Foundation. Today, the foundation focuses on providing scholarship for students who need financial support – irrespective their caste, creed or religion – for those from impecunious families.
Dr. Majeed Foundation extends financial support of Rs. 55,450/- towards the annual tuition fee for Mrs. Jyothi’s children. Robin Joseph, Mrs. Jyothi’s husband, who was working with Sami Labs as a driver, died on duty. Considering his loyalty towards the company and as a token of appreciation Dr. Majeed is sponsoring his children’s education.
Ann Mary Monica (18) completed 1st year PUC and moving to 2nd PUC from Cauvery Composite Pre-University College
Michael Joseph Sonu (15) completed 8th Std. and moving to 9th Std. in Wisdow Foundation School
Antony Joseph Sunny (6) completed 1st Std. and moving to 2nd Std. in Wisdow Foundation School
With an aim to support quality education and to expand the infrastructure setup which is a causal to better learning, Dr. Majeed Foundation donates Rs 500,000/- to Jalahalli Committee to facilitate construction of classroom for children.
Dr. Majeed understands that the impending need for school to provide better education is to have better infrastructure. The Foundation donates Rs. 5,60,000/- for constructing a school building for poor children. The school, a Hindi Medium School in Kamda which is a little forest village situated in the district of Khunti, in the northern state of Jharkhand, provides education to 540 tribal children.
November 14, 2013
Dr. Majeed Foundation has given a donation of Rs. 2,00,000/- on 29th Oct 2013 to patron sponsorship for the diabetic Walkathon organized by JIVAS on November 14th, 2013, the World Diabetes day. This to create the awareness of various aspects of this disease and its diagnostic, preventive and treatment modalities.
Dr. Majeed Foundation also donated Rs. 3,00,000/- on 29th Oct 2013 to Athreya Vascular foundation, a charitable organization run by JIVAS
December 23, 2011
Sami-Sabinsa donates ¥1,500,000 to the Asahi Shimbun Social Welfare Organization in Japan to benefit children who lost their parents in the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on March 11, 2011. The amounts to be given to children vary depending on ages, and will be used for support and education.
Sami-Sabinsa donates ¥1,000,000 to the Japan Red Cross in May. “While all of our hearts go out to the people of Japan as they continue to try to put their lives back together, we wanted to do more,” said Sami-Sabinsa founder Dr. Muhammed Majeed. “While these children’s lives will never be the same, if we can help them get an education, their odds of going on to have productive and meaningful lives are increased exponentially.”
April 28, 2011
After The Great 2011 East Japan (Higashi-Nihon) Earthquake, we pray for the victims, suffering people and their families to hope for the earliest rehabilitation and reconstruction. In support of the recovery, Sabinsa/Sami Group have made JPY 1 million donation to the Japan Red Cross, for the relief/recovery fund.
“Our hearts go out to the people of Japan in this extraordinarily difficult time” said Sabinsa founder Dr. Muhammed Majeed.
To learn how you can contribute to the relief efforts, see link below: –
Japanese Red Cross Donation
23 January 2007
Iritti(Kannur): Sindhu doesn’t have to worry anymore about her travel to the school. Dr. Muhammed Majeed, Chairman of Sami Labs Limited in Bangalore came to her school on Monday with a brand new three wheeled scooter. With the entire students and teachers looking on, Dr Majeed presented the key to Sindhu.
Dr Majeed, the students of the school as well as teachers were thrilled to see Sindhu taking a fast round in the school compound with her mother on the pillion.
For Sindhu, Plus two student of St Sebastian’s Higher Secondary School in Velimanam, it was too memorable a day. She is in the tragic grip of the disease Osteogenesis imperfecta, which has made her bones brittle and fragile. Seeing the report on Sindhu in Mathrubhumi, Dr. Majeed had come forward to meet all the expenses for her education and medical treatment. He had also offered to give her a scooter as it was difficult for her to walk all the way to the school. Dr. Majeed came to the school in this remote village to keep his word.
And the school authorities have made the event unforgettable. Annamma Pynappally, president of Aralam panchayat inaugurated the function which was presided over by Father George Thekkumcherri, the manager of the school. Dr. Muhammed Majeed, George Poovathinkal, Shaji Peter and Praveen Joseph spoke. Principal V C Augustine welcomed the gathering and P T Varkey proposed a vote of thanks. Sindhu’s parents also took part.
December 8, 2006
Iritti(Kannur): Sindhu doesn’t have to worry any more about her travel to the school. Dr Muhammed Majeed, Chairman of Sami Labs Limited in Bangalore came to her school on Monday with a brand new three wheeled scooter. With the entire students and teachers looking on, Dr Majeed presented the key to Sindhu.
December 6, 2006
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September 11, 2006
On behalf of MAAS, Prof. M. Afzal, the joint Secretary, welcomed the august audience and for their benefit, he briefly summarized the principles that MAAS stood for. He said that one of the main objectives of MAAS was to encourage scientific learning in an Islamic perspective; in other words to inculcate values to scientific studies. MAAS has strived hard so that Muslims realize the importance of scientific education and the fact that they have a role to play in the overall development of the nation and are not mere spectators. MAAS is trying to assure the world at large that Muslim scientists are sufficiently prepared for ‘value-based’ science, a term that need to be defined and understood. To achieve this, MAAS has been encouraging scientists and students alike by offering scholarships and awards, organizing Seminars/training-courses/workshops/orientation programs etc. Since its’ inception in 1983, MAAS has slowly and steadily grown. The construction of the library was made possible by the generous financial support from Dr. Majeed, a scientist cum entrepreneur who has pioneered the techniques to produce nutraceuticals. He expressed gratitude for the encouragement thus provided by him. Dr. M.Z. Kirmani; the Founder Secretary and Chairman MAAS council of Research and Academic Affairs(CARA), noted the fact that in another couple of years(2008) MAAS would have completed 25 glorious years of service, thus it looked forward to a silver jubilee celebration. The Founder Secretary reminisced about how MAAS came into being, about the difficult decision he had to take of leaving academic career.
The Chief guest, Dr.Majeed, said that it was his desire to see his money well-spent to promote education amongst Muslims. Undoubtedly there a large number of underprivileged young Muslim boys and girls. Having also experienced the lows in life, Dr. Majeed said that he knew the impact poverty can have on one’s life; hence he expected MAAS to assest him in helping such Muslims. Mr. Jaffer from Quilone (Kerala) and Maulana Zaheer A.Siddiqi from Lacknow also spoke on the occasion.
Prof.Akheel A. Syed, President, MAAS sought to point out the root problems beseeching the Muslim community: be it a low level of education or lack of confidence or lack of socio-political awareness. He reiterated that we have a look back at the message revealed fourteen hundred years ago and deal with present day problems in a new perspective.
He reasoned that since intellectuals have drawn away from the common man, the need of the hour is to bridge the gap between them and the best solution is to change the mind set of the common man and improve the quality of education that in turn demands consistency and hard work. We must be the knowledge workers within a knowledge society. We have to work with the limited resource, bring laurels to the community and inculcate a sense of confidence and pride. With this particular objective, he expressed his desire t rejuvenate MAAS and thanked Dr. Majeed again for his kind gesture that had helped MAAS in moving a step ahead while the ceremony come to its close.