Al- Ameen Charitable Fund Trust
- No.3, Miller Tank Bund Road, Off Cunningham Road Bangalore - 560052
- 41248201 / 41248202 Fax : 91-80-41248203
Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan a great visionary, philanthropist, a social reformer was born on 6th September 1935. Though he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth but his eternal desire to serve the poor and needy Indian Muslim Community made him to choose a life full of battles and challenges. He was graduated from Stanley Medical College, Chennai and studied M.S. in Madras University. His contribution in the field of education, health care, Banking etc. in the form of Al-Ameen Movement can mesmerize anybody. He has established Al-Ameen Education Society and Al-Ameen Charitable Fund Trust to spread education in our country. He has founded the first Muslim Minority Medical College and its hospitals in India. Under his patronage, several schools, Arts, Science and Commerce colleges, Teacher Training Institute, Management Institution, Law College, College of Education, Dental College, Engineering College, Nursing School are also established.
He is the Chief Promoter and President of Amanath Co-operative Bank Ltd. (Schedule) which is having 15 branches in various parts of Karnataka. He has established and become the founder Chairman of Al-Ameen Islamic Finance and Investment Corporation (India) Ltd. This organization is the first Non-Interest Banking Finance Corporation in India which is setup on the Principles of Shariah in the year 1985. It has 11 branches all over India. He is Chief Promoter of "The Daily Salary", a Urdu daily and weekly published from Bangalore. He is also a patron at Karnataka State Young Wrestlers Welfare Trust. For his tremendous contribution in the field of education, Aligarh Muslim University honored him by electing him as Treasurer and subsequently Pro-Chancellor. He is a recipient of several awards like Karnataka Rajyothsava award (1990), Kempegowda Award, Junior Jayees Award and Public Relation Society of India Award.
Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan is a person with unassuming personality. He has made almost a miracle in the south in bringing about a revolutionary change in the several sections of educational programme to make India one of the strongest nation in the world.
Al-Ameen Charitable Fund Trust, Bangalore, a charitable organization was founded by the great visionary and philanthropist Dr. Mumtaz Ahmed Khan at Bangalore in1979 with group of leading Muslim personalities. The aim of the Al-Ameen Charitable Fund Trust is to establish educational (General and Professional) institutions and welfare organizations principally for the benefit of Muslim community and other under privileged persons. Bijapur is one of the educationally and economically backward districts of Karnataka where Muslim population is sizable. For this reason the Medical College, Dental College and Nursing School were established at this historical city of the Great Adil Shahies.
Al-Ameen Charitable Fund Trust has also various educational institution viz : Primary Schools, High Schools, Junior Colleges, Degree Colleges, College of education, College of Pharmacy, Engineering College, Technical Training Institutes, Scholarship Fund, Law College and Hospitals and orphanages throughout the length and breadth of the country.
Today all the institutions of Al-Ameen Charitable Fund Trust reflect a modern hi-tech vision with the spirit of secularism in the field of education to build India as a strong Nation in the world.
The following is the new Board of Trustees constituted at its meeting held on 29th November, 2003.
Al-Ameen Medical college Hospital (AMCH) is situated in the periphery of Bijapur city near historical "Sangeet Mahal" of the then Adil Shahi Kingdom.
Al-Ameen Medical college Hospital (AMCH) is situated in the periphery of Bijapur city near historical "Sangeet Mahal" of the then Adil Shahi Kingdom..
Al-Ameen Womenand Children Hospital is situated in the Al-Ameen MedicalCollege campus at Bijapur. This hospital is having twodepartments, They are ( i) Obstetrics & Gynecology and (ii) Pediatrics.