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Tameem Inaugurates free auto CAD training centre in Hyderabad

May 20 2014, – Human Rights Observers has started second batch of Free Auto CAD training programme under collaboration with KG Mech. at Masab Tank, near NMDC. Sri Tamim Chiarman of HRO inaugurated the course programme. He asked the students that instead of searching for the best institutions and the best teachers they must try to become the best students, as only the best students could achieve something in the life. He asked the students to show respect to the course they are pursuing and to the career they are adopting, in the sense that they must follow discipline and dedicate to the demands of the study or the profession. Sri Tameem further said that it was the Endeavour of the HRO to provide free training to the youth in some good job oriented courses. So far HRO had organized several such programmes and the beneficiaries are well placed in India and abroad.

Tameem Inaugurates free auto CAD training centre in Hyderabad   Tameem Inaugurates free auto CAD training centre in Hyderabad 1

He further said that the HRO will very soon start training programme in various districts and it planned to benefit at least 1000 students.

He said the Auto CAD course is in much demand both in the country and abroad with the efforts of the HRO thousands of the youth are making a respectable income and supporting their families. The HRO is conducting such training programmes every summer holidays without any assistance or help from the government or any other agency, he said.

May 20, 2014 | By More

Tameem addresses UN International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Mar 21 2014, – The International Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination was observed by Human Rights Observers today at in the auditorium of HRO, Basheer Bagh Hyderabad. Sri Tameem chairman of Human Rights Observers presided over the function.

Tameem addresses UN International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination   Tameem addresses UN International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination1

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Tameem said that as a result of developments of all sorts the world has shrunk to a Global Village, making the culture and life style of the people common. There has been awakening about the respect of fellowmen and dignity of humanity. He said that the biggest message of the modern day society is the equality of human kind with any discrimination of gender, race, colour, region, civilization and religion. It is a matter of happiness that a major part of the society acts on the principles of equality throughout the world.

He said that   the principle of equality  has been enshrined in the preamble of our constitution. At one hand we are proud of our guiding principle and on the other hand we are ashamed that in the 21st century still there are certain forces which   are against the very principle of equality. Delegates from the African countries participated in the function. They said that they are impressed by the   spirit of equality and tolerance of Indian people.

March 21, 2014 | By More

Speed up women empowerment, says Tameem, Chairman of Human Rights Observers

Mar 08 2014, – Tameem said, apart from the economic and social inequality Women in India consistently lag behind the men in terms of access to education, health care, unable to take lead role in politics and corporate sector. Women in India are victims of heinous crimes such as, dowry deaths, rape, molestation and immoral trafficking.

Speed up women empowerment, says Tameem, Chairman of Human Rights Observers    Speed up women empowerment, says Tameem, Chairman of Human Rights Observers 1

Tameem also said without women’s active role no nation dream about development. Women should be given fair enough chance in all the platforms from government not government and politics to ensure gender dis-balance in our country

He further stressed the need of women freedom and a rights respecting culture should prevail. Crimes against women are taking place because there are lapses in our justice system lack of evidences number of criminals are walking free, need to speed up the process and bring culprits to justice.

March 8, 2014 | By More