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Muslim NGOs is a dream project of Centre For Advancement of Voluntary Efforts, which is providing consultancy services to ngos, trusts, societies, cooperative societies, schools, colleges, universities, firms & companies etc.

We aim to build a powerful network of ngos throughout India to work for social concerns, to help poor & needy, to work in every aspect humans can be benefited.

In addition to our services we offer help & assistance to the people who may think like us, who are ambitious but can't fulfill it or don't know the way, they can surely cooperate with us, join hands with us.

The Director Mr. A.R. Agwan wrote a book "A Guide to Uplift Minority" regarding ngo management, govt schemes etc, for details please visit book section.

He wrote several other books as below:

Empower Yourself

Year of publishing 2007


Editor's Note
Know Your Fundamental Rights
Starting an NGO
Schemes for NGOs and Organisations
Right to Information
Public Interest Litigation
First Information Report
What to do when Detained / Arrested
Interacting with Media
Huma Rights Commissions
Consumer Law & Rights


Islam and the Environment

Year of publishing 1997


1. Towards an ecological consciousness/A.R. Agwan.

2. Islam and the environmental crisis/Seyyed Hossein Nasr.

3. Exploring the Islamic environmental ethics/Abd-al-Hamid.

4. Islamic principles for the conservation of the natural environment/Abubakar Ahmad Bakadar.

5. Resources, environment, ecology and Islam/Salahuddin Qureshi.

6. Islam and the present environmental crisis/M. Rafiq and Mohd. Ajmal.

7. Environmental awareness in Islam/Mohd. Kaleemur Rahman.

8. The human appointment and "creation"/Mawil Al-Samarai.

9. Environment and Islamic perspective/Sultan Ismail.

10. Population, growth and economic development: an Islamic perspective/P. Ibrahim.

11. The epistemological dimension of ecology : some Islamic propositions


Encyclopedia of the Holy Qur'an
(Edited by N.K. Singh and A.R.Agwan)

Year of publishing 2005

5 Volumes

From the publisher:

Reading, reciting and learning of the Qur'an by heart are not the ways of real approach to it. By approach we mean that we should understand what the Qur'an says to us, what message it conveys to us, and what demand it makes from us. Keeping these points in mind, International Centre for Religious Studies has made an effort to compile a comprehensive Encyclopedia of the Holy Qur'an in 5 volumes which explores about 300 important themes to meet the demand of the contemporary world: All the 300 themes of this Encyclopedia have been edited and compiled in alphabetical order by reputed Islamic scholars.

Other publications:

Around 70 papers and articles on environment, education, community development, etc in different journals and newspapers

Editor, Contemporary Medical Issues and Islamic Jurisprudence, Islamic Fiqh Academy, New Delhi, 2001



Al-Qura'n Kareem

Hadith Mohammed SAW





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