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Acknowledgement


With deep gratitude the Institute acknowledges the sacred gifts of Holy Quran, holy books and other contributions made by the following Embassies and Organizations:


  • The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
  • The Embassy of the Russian Federation
  • The Embassy of Japan

  • H. E. The Ambassador of Japan, handing over the gift of Holy Quran to the President and the Executive Director of Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW)

  • The Embassy of the Peoples' Republic of China
  • The Embassy of the Republic of Korea
  • The Embassy of Thailand

  • H. E. The Ambassador of Thailand, handing over the gift of Holy Quran to the Executive Director of Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW)

  • The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia
  • The Embassy of Qatar
  • The Asia Foundation for books for the Institute's Library.
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA

  • The Institute also, acknowledges the laptop it received from OLPC (One Laptop Per Child, USA). The Institute was the first and only organization in Bangladesh to receive a XO –Laptop (popularly known as the $100 laptop) which was handed over to Barrister Rizwana Yusuf, Director Administration in Cambridge, Massachusetts on May 20, 2009. OLPC is a non-profit organization focused on creating educational opportunities for the world's poorest children by providing low-cost laptops.


  • Social Islami Bank Ltd.

  • Major Dr. Md. Rezaul Haque (Retd), Managing Diraector, Social Islami Bank Ltd. giving a cheque to the President of the Institute in support of the activities of the Institute.

  • The Embassy of Malaysia

  • H. E. Madam Nur Ashikin Binti Mohd Taib the Ambassador of Malaysia donates a projector to the President of the Institute while visiting the Institute on 16th January 2017.

  • The Embassy of Germany

  • H. E. Dr. Thomas Prinz the Ambassador of Germany gives a cheque to the Institute for a microbus.



    *(SAW) is acronym for 'Sallalahu Alayhe Wasallam', which means 'Peace be Upon Him'.