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'''"Kalvithanthai" Haji S.M.S. Shaik Jalaludeen''' (born on 28 January 1920 and died on 2 October 1986) was the founder secretary of Khadir Mohideen Boys Higher Secondary School (in 1949)<ref>{{Cite web|url=kmbhss.org › about_us|title=late secretary kalvithanthai marheem haji janab Mr. N. SHEIK JALALUDEEN with his great effort established our KhadirMohideen School on 25.06.1949.|last=|first=|date=|website=Khadir Mohideen Boys Higher Secondary School|url-status=live|archive-url=kmbhss.org|archive-date=|access-date=}}</ref>, Khadir Mohideen College (in 1955) and  Khadir Mohideen Girls Higher Secondary School (in 1982). He dedicated his life to the education of poor and socially opressed people in and around [[Adirampattinam]], [[Thanjavur district|Thanjavur District]], [[Tamil Nadu]].  
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'''S.M.S.Shaik Jalaludeen''' was commonly known as '''"Kalvithanthai" Haji S.M.S. Shaik Jalaludeen''' (28 January 1920 - 02 October 1986) was the founder secretary of [[Khadir Mohideen College]], in [[Adirampattinam]], [[Thanjavur district|Thanjavur District]], [[Tamil Nadu]].  
  
 
== Early life ==
 
== Early life ==
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Jalaludeen was the only son of the former chairman of Adirampattinam, Muhammed Abul Hassan Maraikayar. He began his formal education at Aaravamutha Ayyangar Middle School in Adirampattinam, a poor fishing village. While attending high school in [[Pattukkottai]], he and a schoolmate had to travel a considerable distance by automobile, and sometimes on foot. They discussed their hope that, in the future, students from their town would not be so inconvenienced. In March, 1937, Jalaludeen stated that, once he had an income, he would establish a high school.<ref name = college>{{cite web|url=http://www.kmcadirai.org/page_about_history|title=History of College|last=|first=|date=|website=Khadir Mohideen College|url-status=live|archive-url=|archive-date=|access-date=}}</ref>
  
Shaik Jalaludeen was the only son of the former chairman of Adirampattinam, Muhammed Abul Hassan Maraikayar. He began his school education at  Aaravamutha Ayyangar Middle School in Adirampattinam. [[Ramaswamy Venkataraman|Shri. R. Venkatraman]], former 8th president of India and N.S. Elango<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.google.com/search?q=Karunanidhi%E2%80%99s+estranged+friend+n.s.elango&rlz=1C1CHZL_enIN786IN786&oq=Karunanidhi%E2%80%99s+estranged+friend+n.s.elango&aqs=chrome..69i57.8193j0j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8}}</ref> (a friend of [[Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam|DMK]] president Dr. M. Karunanithi) were classmates of Shaik Jalaludeen.
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==Career as an educator==
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After [[Partition of India|Indian independence]], poor and minority students in small villages around Adirampattinam needed to travel far for schooling beyond primary education. Jalaludeen, seeing the difficulty for [[indigent]] students in having to travel in pursuit of higher studies, decided to make his hometown a local centre of higher education. In 1949 the [[waqf]] known as the M.K.N. [[madrasa|Madurasa]] Trust, held 1,500 acres of land in Adirampattinam for the purpose of providing minority students with religious education through madrasas.<ref name = trust>{{cite web |last1=Ramasubramanian |first1=V. |title=AMS Shihabuddin and ORS vs the Tamil Nadu WAKF Board and ORS |url=http://www.the-laws.com/Encyclopedia/Browse/Case?CaseId=215102315300 |website=Juris the Laws |accessdate=16 January 2020}}</ref> The trust's land donation enabled Jalaludeen to found Khadir Mohideen Boys Higher Secondary School, named after the trust's founder and Jalaluddin's grandfather, Khadir Mohideen Marakayar.<ref name = philanthroopic>shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in, [http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/117430/11/11_chapter%205.pdf Chapter V - Muslim Philanthropic Efforts and Education in Tiruchirappalli and Thanjavur Districts ] p. 157 and pp. 183 to 187.</ref><ref name = trust/> The high school's rapid growth led Jalaludeen to found Khadir Mohideen College in 1955,<ref name = college/><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.indcareer.com/tamil-nadu/thanjavur/khadir-mohideen-college-adirampattinam|title=Khadir Mohideen College, Adirampattinam|last=indcareer.com|date=2010-10-14|website=IndCareer.com|language=en|access-date=2020-01-15}}</ref>, also in Adirampattinam. Finally, he started Khadir Mohideen Girls Higher Secondary School in 1982. His educational contributions earned him the moniker 'Kalvithanthai' (Father of Education) in Adirampattinam.<ref name = college/><ref name = philanthroopic/>
  
== Muslim education ==
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== Death ==
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He died on 2 October 1986.
  
After [[Partition of India|Indian independence]], muslim students from [[Adirampattinam]] needed to travel far to achieve their goals of higher education."Kalvithanthai" Shaik Jalaludeen realised how difficult it would be for the [[indigent]] to travel and pursue higher studies. Without hesitation he decided to make his hometown [[Adirampattinam]] itself a place of higher education<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.kmcadirai.org/page_about_history}}</ref>. He extended the benefits of M.K.N. Madarasa Trust to other sections of people by starting several educational institutions at Adirampattinam. Thus came into existence the Khadir Mohideen Boys Higher Secondary School on 25 June 1949 and Khadir Mohideen Girls Higher Secondary School on 4 June 1982 by his efforts<ref>[http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/117430/11/11_chapter%205.pdf MUSLIM PHILANTHROPIC EFFORTS AND EDUCATION IN TIRUCHIRAPPALLI AND THANJAVUR DISTRICTS]</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://khatibkhan.tripod.com/adirai.htm|title=Khatib's webpage|website=khatibkhan.tripod.com|access-date=2020-01-14}}</ref>.
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== References ==
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{{Reflist}}
  
== External Link ==
 
http://www.adirainews.net/2018/10/sms.html
 
 
== References ==
 
 
[[Category:1920 births]]
 
[[Category:1920 births]]
 
[[Category:1986 deaths]]
 
[[Category:1986 deaths]]

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Kalvithanthai Haji. S.M.S. Shaik Jalaludeen
Born Shaik Jalaludeen
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Adirampattinam, Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu
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Occupation Founder Secretary

S.M.S.Shaik Jalaludeen was commonly known as "Kalvithanthai" Haji S.M.S. Shaik Jalaludeen (28 January 1920 - 02 October 1986) was the founder secretary of Khadir Mohideen College, in Adirampattinam, Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu.

Early life

Jalaludeen was the only son of the former chairman of Adirampattinam, Muhammed Abul Hassan Maraikayar. He began his formal education at Aaravamutha Ayyangar Middle School in Adirampattinam, a poor fishing village. While attending high school in Pattukkottai, he and a schoolmate had to travel a considerable distance by automobile, and sometimes on foot. They discussed their hope that, in the future, students from their town would not be so inconvenienced. In March, 1937, Jalaludeen stated that, once he had an income, he would establish a high school.[1]

Career as an educator

After Indian independence, poor and minority students in small villages around Adirampattinam needed to travel far for schooling beyond primary education. Jalaludeen, seeing the difficulty for indigent students in having to travel in pursuit of higher studies, decided to make his hometown a local centre of higher education. In 1949 the waqf known as the M.K.N. Madurasa Trust, held 1,500 acres of land in Adirampattinam for the purpose of providing minority students with religious education through madrasas.[2] The trust's land donation enabled Jalaludeen to found Khadir Mohideen Boys Higher Secondary School, named after the trust's founder and Jalaluddin's grandfather, Khadir Mohideen Marakayar.[3][2] The high school's rapid growth led Jalaludeen to found Khadir Mohideen College in 1955,[1][4], also in Adirampattinam. Finally, he started Khadir Mohideen Girls Higher Secondary School in 1982. His educational contributions earned him the moniker 'Kalvithanthai' (Father of Education) in Adirampattinam.[1][3]

Death

He died on 2 October 1986.

References