Syed Nadeem is a meritorious Student doing his 12th from Narayana PU College, Bangalore. his father was not in a position to pay 11th Standard fees due to loss in businesses. Lifeline foundation trust granted him 15,000 INR (10,000 INR + 5000 INR) as Scholarship after interview. Lifeline foundation trust also extended a loan of 24,000 INR towards him and full fees was paid.
He utilized the opportunity very well and scored 90 plus percentage in 11th Standard. Check the Snapshot of his 11th Scorecard.
He was also interviewed by leadtrust team ( http://leadtrust.in ) that helps Students to get into IITs / NITs. It was felt he has a capability to crack AIEEE. Nevertheless, he aspires to be an IITian.
His 12th Standard pending fees is 30,000 INR. Lifeline foundation trust would facilitate him to complete his PU Studies, in Sha Allah.
Lifeline foundation & Lead trust would also guide him for further Studies once he cracks, IIT-JEE 2017 entrance exam.
She completed Diploma in electrical and electronics branch from DRR Polytechnic, davanagere district, Karnataka state in June 2016 . she got 83% as aggregate of all semesters. Lifeline foundation helped her with 36,000/- to complete her Diploma in Electrical Engineering.
Now, she wants to complete BE in Electrical Engg but she is from poor family and she is not in position to afford the college & Hostel fees.
Fee structure for BE course:-
CET fee – 45000/-
College fee – 18000/-
Hostel fee – 60000/-
Total fee for one year – 1,23,000/-
Total fee for 3 years – 3,69,000/-
If she gets Scholarship from government of karnataka under SNQ Quota then CET fees will be 3000 INR Approximately.
Total fees will be for one year = 81,000 INR
Total fees for 3 years (after scholarship) = 2,43,000 INR
In Sha Allah, Lifeline foundation will try to help in getting other Scholarships. Still, there will be fees of more than 1 Lakh that would be required to complete, BE in Electrical Engineering.
Let us know if someone wants to contribute towards her Studies.
Taranum Fathima, studying 2 year BUMS in HMS Unani medical collage,Tumkur district. Her father died when she was in 10th Standard now her mother works as an attender in a hospital.She got the seat through Ayush department on basis of 2nd PUC marks by the grace of Allah.
She has passed first year BUMS with 66% first & she is thankful to Allah and later life line foundation which helped her to pay fees. Her first year fee was 35,000 and second year fee is 35,000 which she has paid with help of lifeline foundation. now she have to pay 35,000 as third year fees and 35,000 of fourth year fees and 17,500 fees of last half year this is only the college fees. Her hostel fee is 3500 per month which she have paid till April 2016.
she has requested for help towards her college fees & hostel fees. College fees to complete BUMS is 87500 INR (3rd , 4th & 5th year fees). Hostel fees is 1,26,000 INR for 3 years. Total she requires , 2.13 Lakhs to complete her BUMS Studies. Request to help as she is an Orphan.
Despite of the challenging situation in life, Taranum Fathima is focussed and determined to complete her Studies. She also has a sister who is supported by her mother for Studies.
Ijlal Ahmad Qadiree have got admission in JJMMC,Davangere, through COMEDK UGET 2013 and secured 1164 AIR in the test. His academic record is outstanding.
There are total 3 phases and one year compulsory rotatory internship to become an MBBS Doctor.
Phase I (1yr)
Phase II (1.5yr)
Phase III part I (1yr)
Phase III part 2 (1yr)
I yr internship
Right now he is in
Phase III part I
MBBS Results so far:-
1. Phase I – 668/1000 66.80%
2. Phase II – 974/1400 69.57%
No backlogs. Alhamdulillah !
His requirement is 9.34 Lakhs to complete MBBS Course as mentioned here.
Ijlal father is not in a position to help , hence he has come to us and requested for Educational Help.
Lifeline foundation has helped him in the past by giving Scholarship & this time planning to help him by giving loan amount towards his MBBS College fees. Once he becomes a doctor and re-pays back , we can use the same amount for social welfare activities.
HBS Hospital gave an estimate of 30K towards hernia operation of Reshma banu, wife of auto driver Abdul Sattar. Lifeline foundation is going with full medical aid towards the hospital expenses.
Initially TLF gave a cheque of 30k towards today towards HBS Hospital for hernia operation of Reshma banu (wife of driver Abdul Sattar). Abdul Sattar wanted operation to be performed at “Basavanagudi medical centre” near to his house. hence a replacement cheque has been given towards the different medical hospital.
Inshallah, he will visit hospital in Nov 2014 last week
All the amount has come into TLF account.
Hernea operation to Driver Abdul Sattar wife – Reshma banu – Oct 2014
Jazakallah for all donors.
@Tauseef : Let Allah give you more and more, so that you can donate generously :)-
RFC along with TLF were able to setup the business for Akbar khan Javeed, husband of Grp.No 39(Wajiha-Bismillahnagar branch).
Opening of the “MK Car World” is done today with children eating Jahangir sweet and drinking fanta juice. It was a Snacks day for people and children. Attached are the Snaps.His business address is also attached, you are welcome to visit the shop that is located in the main road itself.
Investors for this deal are Sajna Mustafa and Yasmeentaj Shafi. There will be share a 15% profit with an ROI of 31.5%.
Inshallah, Javeed will scale up his business in future. As per the estimates from RFC, he will earn 48K gross profit every month. Over a period of time, Javeed will touch the 1L as per my perspective with the effort he is putting in along with his partner. Javeed daughter, Farheen saba is studying in NMKRV college. she has got gold medals from CIGMA India program and got lifeline foundation scholarships 2 to 3 times. she is likely to continue her graduation, inshallah will provide scholarship, if she clears interview process of lifeline foundation.
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