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By Syed Ali Mujtaba, Copy Edited By Adam Rizvi, TIO. CHENNAI: The prestigious Muslim Educational Association of Southern India (MEASI), has donated ₹1 crore towards Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Public Relief Fund to help support the State’s initiative in combating the Covid pandemic.
The President of the MEASI, Nawab Mohammed Abdul Ali, Prince of Arcot, accompanied by the Honorary Secretary, Mr. Elias Sait, Honorary Treasurer, a chartered accountant, and the secretary-general of Seafood Exporters Association of India, Mr. Najmuddin Majeed, Executive Committee members a philanthropist and businessman, Mr. K. Alauddin (former IAS officer) and Dr. Junaid Rasheed, called on the State Chief Minister, Mr. M.K. Stalin, and handed over the cheque to him. The Chief Minister thanked the President and the E.C members of the MEASI for their handsome donation for a deserving cause.
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MEASI is a premier Muslim institution in South India. It is the parent body of The New College, a prestigious college in Chennai. There are several institutions run under MEASI. The MEASI Insitute of Architecture, Institute of Management, Institute of Information Technology, College of Education, Chartered Accountants Academy, and MEASI Matriculation Higher Secondary School. Altogether MEASI has the strength of 8,500 students and 6,000 members.