SINC 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. B. Sheikh Ali

95 Years, Former Founder Vice-Chancellor, Mangalore & Goa Unviersities

Dr. B. Sheikh Ali was a student of Mysore University and retired from there after serving as a Professor of History. He was the Former & Founder Vice-Chancellor of Mangalore & Goa Universities. He was responsible for the emergence of a number of scholars in History from the University of Mysore.

A major share of his research work relates to the period of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. He has successfully debunked the myth that Tipu Sultan was a king with religious zeal and proved that he was a secular patriot. Some of Sheik Ali’s works include “History: Its Theory and Method”, “History of the Western Ganges” (Comprehensive History of Karnataka, Volume 1, 1976), University of Mysore, Mysore. ‘Goa Wins Freedom: Reflections and Reminiscences-1986, Goa University, ‘Tipu Sultan, A great martyr’, and many more. Sheik Ali is also the chief editor for Salar, an Urdu daily.

SINC 2017 Social Hero Awards

Harekala Hajabba

Social Worker, Mangalore

Harekala Hajabba is known for the revolution he has brought in rural education within his state. He kept part of his savings from selling oranges, to start a school in the region he came from so that the children there could get educated. Today, the school, which has grown with government support and donations from private individuals, is known as Hajabba School. He is affectionately known as ‘ Akshara Santa’ (The saint of letters) in Mangalore city.

Social activist and writer Ismath Pajeer has published a book on his life, which is titled as ‘Harekala Hajabbara Jeevana Charitre’ (Life story of Harekala Hajabba). Mangalore University has included life story of Hajjabba in its latest syllabus. The British Broadcasting Corporation published an article on him with the title “Unlettered fruit-seller’s Indian education dream” in November, 2012.

He is the winner of ‘Real Heroes’ award by CNN IBN and Reliance Foundation. Kannada Prabha, a local newspaper named him their Person Of The Year.

Mamoon Akhtar

Founder, Samaritan Help Mission, Kolkata

Mamoon Akhtar 46 Years, lives in the slum of Tikiapara Howrah, India, working as a librarian in a small school on a meagre salary.

With a vision of giving a better future to underprivileged children of all the communities in the slum, he started the small charity named Samaritan Help Mission. With all his life savings he built a small school on a 600 sq ft parcel of land that his father had donated.

With only six children attending in 1999, it has now grown to include more than 800 children who participate in school as well as other activities designated for the empowerment of children and deprived girls and women.

Rehana Begum

“Snake Doctor”, Turuvekere, Tumkur

Rehana Begum, Tumkur 60 Years, she is called the SNAKE DOCTOR who has saved more than 25,000 lives in last 40 years from Snake Bites. She has offered her medicine FREE OF COST to every person who came after a SNAKE BIKE and is referred by leading doctors and hospitals !

For this ‘snake doctor’, a resident of Turuvekere, treating snake bites is a family tradition. She doesn’t resort to slicing, squeezing or freezing to remove the venom. Her magic cure: ‘Kappu’ or kajal!

She was awarded as Govt.of Karnataka Rajyotsava Award 2005 and Govt. of Karnataka Kittur Rani Chennamma Award 2014

SINC 2017 Young Social Hero Award

Salma Memon

Founder President, UMEED, Mumbai

Ms. Salma Memon, Founder – President of UMEED – A Ray of Hope for Better Tomorrow and Social Ambassador and Director of Indian Development Foundation, which is establish since 3 Decades   into humanitarian service towards society for Health, Education and Development.

She is a young Social Dynamic Girl . Her Life Circumstances itself motivates her to work for Humanitarian Service. She is blessed that she is able to do bit for the Society. she started working for the cause from the Age of 10. She is working with a leading NGO Indian Development Foundation, which is working from last 33 Years for Humanitarian Service as Social Ambassador and Director of Education Project. I have my own youth group UMEED – A Ray of Hope For Better Tomorrow which works for Orphan or one parent child for their Educational Fees,Support cancer patients,Orphan and Old Age Homes by fullfilling their need.



6th South India NGOs Conference – GUESTS & SPEAKERS

SINC 2017 Chief Guest

Tanveer Sait

Hon’ble Minister for Primary & Secondary Education, Wakf & Minority Welfare Govt. of Karnataka

SINC 2017 Guest of Honor

Mohammed Mohsin, I.A.S

Secretary, Minority Welfare Department, Govt. of Karnataka

A.K. Khan, I.P.S (Rtd)

Former Director General of Police (DGP), Telangana

SINC 2017 Special Guest

Ashraful Hasan, K.A.S

Director, Karnataka Vocational Training & Skill Development

Akram Pasha, I.A.S

Director, Directorate of Minorities Government of Karnataka

SINC 2017 Eminent Speakers

Syed Mohammed Beary

Chairman & MD, Bearys Group

Sherif Kottapurath

Chairman & MD, Posibolt Solutions

Dr. Taha Mateen

Chairman & MD, Accura & HBS Hospital

Syed Habeeb Pasha

Life Coach & International Trainer

Summaiyah Ashraf

CEO, Godwin Academy

Irfan Kareem

CEO, Cranes Software International

Mohammed Zaheer Hussain

CEO, Truemen Management Consultants

Stanley Jones

Head – L & D – Don Bosco Tech Society

Conference Conveners

Mr. Feroze Abdulla

Chairman & MD, Bearys Group

Prof. M. Ashraf Ali

President, LEAD Trust

Mr. Ameen-e-Mudassar

CEO, CIGMA Foundation
SINC 2017 Conference Highlight

SINC 2017 Conference Highlight

6th South India NGOs Conference – SINC 2017

​Role of NGOs in Youth Empowerment​

Conference Advisory Board

1. Dr. Taha Mateen – Chairman & MD, Accura Hospital & HBS Hospital
2. Syed Mohamed Beary – Chairman & MD, Bearys Group
3. Sherif Kottapurath – Chairman & MD, Posibolt Solutions

Conference Conveners

1. ​Mr. Feroze Abdulla, MD, Feroze’s Properties​
2. Prof. M. Ashraf Ali, President, LEAD Trust
3. Mr. Ameen-e-Mudassar, CEO, CIGMA Foundation


  1. 350+ delegates representing NGOs from Goa, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry & Kerala Participate.
  2. More than 8 Sessions which include Presentations, Talks & Discussions by Eminent Speakers & Resource Persons from New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai & Bangalore.
  3. Release of a Souvenir & DVD with useful information & resource material for NGOs.


  1. Muslim Community – Individuals, NGOs (Trust/Association/Society ) and institutions who are working in the field of social work and interested to learn more, network with other NGOs and grow their activities.
  2. Outstation Participants must make their own Travel & Stay arrangements in Bangalore.


1. Rs. 1​5​00/-­ per Participant includes 2 Days Lunch, Tea, Snacks plus Conference Bag
2. Free SOUVENIR & DVD worth Rs.1000/- for every Participant
3. The Souvenir & DVD contain detailed information of various Government Schemes, Scholarships, CSR Funds, Directory of NGOs and Useful PPTs, PDFs and documents for NGOs.


1. ​​Keynote Address by India’s Top Social Development Leaders
2. Lifetime Achievement Award for Social​ Change​
3. Social Hero Awards​ for Social Work​
4. ​​​Youth Icon Awards​​ for Social Impact
5. Youth Empowerment – Mission 2025
6. Government Schemes for Youth Empowerment
7. Presentation by Government Officials on Schemes​
8. ​​Schemes & Opportunities for Rural Youth​
9. ​Schemes for Disabled Youth
10. Schemes for Young Women Empowerment
11. Training Youth for Competitive Exams

12. How to get CSR Funds for Youth Programs ?
13. ​Budget 2017 – What benefits for NGOs ?
14. Health Schemes – Youth Involvement
15. ​Creating Young Leaders for Social Work
16. ​How to raise Funds for causes ?
17. Success Stories of NGOs
18. Open Forum – Presentation by NGOs
19. ​LEAD Talent Search Exam – LTSE
20. Networking among NGOs
21. Capacity Building Training for NGOs​
22. ​Leadership Building in NGOs
​and much more…​


1. Platform for New and Existing NGOs to Meet, Discuss, Network, Share & Learn.
2. Authentic Information about Government Schemes, grants and Funds for NGOs.
3. Interaction with Eminent Speakers, NGO Experts & Resource Persons across India.
4. Opportunity to start new initiatives and partner with National and International NGOs.
5. Discover the secrets of effective NGO Management, Growth and reach to masses.