Allama Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi Educational and Welfare Foundation, Aligarh was established in 2003 to uplift Muslim minority standards in the religious, economic, social, educational, and cultural fields. The city of Aligarh has situated 130 km. from Delhi and has a population of over 15 lakhs. About 45% of the population consists of Muslims of which a substantial number are financially poor and educationally backward despite Aligarh being a hub of higher education and learning.
To establish madrasas, schools, and vocational institutes as a high-quality education provider with a primary focus on Islamic learning and imbibing modern abilities to poor Muslim students.
“Madarsa is an institution of learning, where Islamic sciences including literary and philosophical ones are taught”.
The avowed aim of madrasa education is to inculcate the belief and practice of Islam among believers and guide them to follow the Qur’an and traditions of the Prophet S.A.W. Madarsa education, which is basically for the propagation of Islam, remained an inspiration for modern Muslim educational institutions.