History of Anjuman
Anjuman-I-Islam, Mumbai was founded in the year 1874 by a small group of devout and
progressive Muslims lead by none other than Dr. Badruddin Tyabji, Third President
of Indian National Congress and the First Acting Indian Chief Justice of Bombay
High Court, with a ‘desire to see the Muslim Community advance in education
and social standing.
It started with one school and today it has more than eighty institutions from
pre-primary schools to graduate and postgraduate level including,
College of Engineering, Polytechnics, Unani Medical College, College of Education,
College of Commerce ; Economics, Institute of Management Studies,
College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, College of Home Science,
School of Pharmacy and School of Architect. It has a high reputation of being
a Muslim minority organization catering to the needs of more than 1.10 lacs
students from various communities under its umbrella.
Within Anjuman I Islam, he held a quite a number of trustworthy positions before finally becoming the President. Before achieving the position of a President
within Anjuman I Islam, he was an Elected and held the position of Member of General Council of Anjuman I Islam 20 years, held the position of Executive
chairman, board of Tibbia College and Hospital and finally the Honorable General Secretary.
At present, the prime focus of Anjuman is towards quality education, transparency,
growth to become world class Educational Social Service organization.
Anjuman has, thus established an Integrated Technical Campus in Navi Mumbai
having faculties in Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Architecture and
Computer Applications (Information Technology). Besides, Anjuman-I-Islam
provides several services and facilities to the society through various programmes
and also manages 15 trusts.