Aurangabad, Jan 2: At its 33rd annual convention, the American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin (AFMI) honored social activist Mirza Abdul Qayyum Nadvi with its prestigious Award of Excellence 2023.
The award consists of a citation and a cash of Rs.1 lakh. The convention was held at the convention center of Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Marathwada University here on Sunday and Monday. The event, with the theme “Indian Education Vision-2050: Adaptability, Accessibility & Affordability,” highlighted the excellent work Nadvi has been doing to promote literacy through the NGO, Read and Lead Foundation.
A memento and a grant of Rs. 1 lakh were given to Mr. Nadvi in recognition of his noteworthy contributions to the field of education. The award ceremony, which was held in conjunction with AFMI’s Annual Convention, highlighted the role that Indian education will play in determining the future of the country.
Under Nadvi’s guidance, the Foundation has made significant progress in the city’s literacy and educational systems. The foundation’s dedication to promoting affordability, accessibility, and adaptability in Indian education is in line with the convention’s theme.
The award demonstrates the influence of people like Nadvi in promoting reform and furthering the goal of Indian education in 2050. The fact that Nadvi was given the Award of Excellence 2023 is evidence of their commitment to raising community awareness of literacy and education.