All-India Khilafat committee, with its headquarters in the Khilafat House has a glorious historical past. This organization was founded by the famous Ali Brothers – Maulana Mohammad Ali and Maulana Shaukat Ali in 1919 with the active support of Mahatma Gandhi. The main objective of this organization was to represent the voice of the Indian Muslims in their resentment against the British rule and soon it became the chief instrument of opposition.
Khilafat House played a significant role in India’s freedom struggle; it was the beehive of Gandhiji’s activities in the early twenties.
After independence in 1947, the All-India Khilafat Committee was declared a public trust by the City Civil Court at Mumbai in Suit No.1965 of 1958; it appointed a Board of Trustees to manage its affairs. For the last three decades the Late Dr. Rafiq Zakaria an eminent scholar-politician, was its Chairman. After his demiseMrs. Fatma Rafiq Zakaria has been appointed as the Chairman. The College bears testimony to the foresight and vision of the late chairman Dr. Rafiq Zakaria in recognizing the need for a college of education that would focus on training teachers of Urdu and English medium and imbibe in them the spirit of secularism and national integration.
The College is highly acknowledged, and is considered to be among the best institution of its kind in the state today with its track record of high attainments in academics.
SummaryAll India Khilafat Committee's College of Education is an other university, established in 1989. It is located at Khilafat House, 173-175Motishah Lane, Byculla in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It offers the following educational courses, 1 Post 12th Diploma course, 1 Bachelor/Graduate course.
Courses Offered by All India Khilafat Committee's College of Education
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India