Sheikh Haji Mohammad Amin Fazal Elahi, the visionary founder and donor of Aminia Muslim Girls’ School in Delhi, dedicated his life to providing education to girls from the Muslim Punjabi community, commonly known as Qaum Punjabian. Late Elahi Sahab’s dream of bringing girls into standard education has transformed into a reality, with the school providing a well-rounded education to girls from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Founded in 1938, Aminia Muslim Girls’ School has become a symbol of hope for the Muslim community in Delhi. The school offers a comprehensive curriculum that includes religious studies, vocational training, and traditional subjects like science, mathematics, and technology. Its students have gone on to hold important positions in various fields, contributing positively to society.
In addition to traditional subjects, the school also emphasizes the importance of teaching the Holy Quran and its interpretation. This approach ensures that students develop a strong moral and ethical foundation to guide them through life.
Late Elahi Sahab’s vision of creating a minority school has led to a significant change in the perception of education for girls in Delhi. Today, girls from Aminia can pursue higher education after completing their schooling and have carved a niche for themselves in some of the best institutions in Delhi.
The legacy of Sheikh Haji Mohammad Amin Fazal Elahi lives on through the Aminia Muslim Girls’ School, which continues to provide quality education to girls from marginalized communities.
Members of the Managing Committee :
|President||Advocate Salim Ahmed Motakif|
|General Secretary||Sheikh Salman Saeed|
|Financial Secretary||Mr. Mubassir Zaki|
|Member||Mr. Birjis Iqbal|
|Member||Mr. Danish Iqbal|
|Member||Mr. Rafey Saeed|
|Member||Sheikh Haji Mohammad Zaki|
|Member||Mr. Iqbal Ahmed Motakif|
|Member||CA Abdul Hannan Chandna|