• Haji Mofassil Ali Complex, Hojai, Assam – 782435
  • 03674 254 786
  • Haji Mufossil Ali Complex, Dist: Nagaon, Hojai, Assam 782435
  • 03674 254 786

Ajmal Scholarship Program

AJMAL FOUNDATION provides financial support to the meritorious, economically backward students who are pursuing or wish to pursue Medical and Para Medical, Technical, Engineering, Management, Law, MCA or other such Courses. This enables them to become successful professionals. Apart from this, it enables them to earn their livelihood, educate their children and support their families. Scholarships are provided to the students who are pursuing their intermediate studies too. It is an effective step to promote and empower the minority communities to contribute towards the development of the nation.

Meritorious students from across the country are shortlisted from economically weaker sections of the minority community especially whose family income is not more than INR 1, 50,000 per annum. While selecting the students, care is taken to cover different educational fields so that these students can contribute towards the growth and development of the country equally in all the relevant areas.


Heavy, incessant rainfall in Assam has once again hit the state by the destructive floods and the condition is worsening with each passing day. The floods have claimed many lives so far and many have been displaced from their homes, losing their land, belongings and sources of livelihoods. More than 1 lakh families have been affected due to flood in different districts of Assam.

Ajmal Foundation has begun its flood relief work on an emergency basis with our teams working in the field in order to rehabilitate the affected masses to the best of our abilities. Our Relief team has already analyzed the immediate requirements of the flood victims are food and shelter. As the victims have been badly affected, we sincerely appeal for an urgent assistance for atleast 15000 families and request you to kindly extend a helping hand towards the poor flood affected victims of Assam.
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