Social Forum extends its Support for ICBF’s Insurance Scheme
Doha: ICBF insurance applications collected under the leadership of various units of Indian socio-cultural organization Qatar Indian Social Forum, were handed over to Indian Community Benevolent Forum (ICBF) President Vinod Nair on Tuesday 17th May 2022 at Integrated Indian Cultural Centre (IICC) under the leadership of Mr Ayyub Ullal.
Welcoming the gathering, Mohammed Usman, General Secretary, Social forum, said that the forum is campaigning to get maximum members enrolled amongst the Indian diaspora community and will continue to support this initiative. Mr Salam Kunnamal, Vice President, Social Forum, briefed about ICBF Beema Life Insurance Scheme, hailed that scheme exclusively crafted for Indian nationals having valid Qatar Resident Permit, and provides coverage of 100,000 QAR, with a Low-cost premium of 125 QAR for two years term, Scheme also covers permanent or partial disability up to the maximum covered amount depends on the severity of the disability.
At the Event, Social Forum Felicitated Dr Fathima Raeesa, to congratulate her for being awarded the “Prapulla S Hegde Memorial Endowment” Gold Medal – with her outstanding performance as “Best Post Graduate Student in M.D. Radiodiagnosis, from KMC Mangalore, for the year 2021 from Manipal Academy of Higher Education.
ICBF president Vinod Nair thanked Social Forum for its unwavering support of the Insurance project and congratulated Dr Fathima Raeesa for her achievement.
ICC Vice president Mr Subramanya Hebbagelu, handed over the Momento from the Social Forum as a token of appreciation, speaking on the occasion he congratulated Dr Fathima for her achievement and urged her to pursue her knowledge as a tool to serve the local community.
Presiding the Function, Social forum, President Mr Ayyub Ullal, congratulated her on behalf of the entire Indian community in Qatar for being such a truly Inspirational & Outstanding Icon for all the students, perusing their dreams in medical studies, in the state of Qatar and all over India.
Mrs Sophia Bukhari from Qatar University, Dr Syed Jaffery, President, Alumni AMU, and Representation from Karnataka associations like KMCA, SKMWA, Highland Islamic Forum, Hidaya Foundation and Family Friend Circle witnessed the function and expressed their gratitude.
The Health awareness session on “sleep disorders” was presented by Dr Safwan Ahmad, Husband of Dr Fathima Raeesa, Consultant Neurologist and Associate Professor of Neurology, Father Muller Medical College & Hospital, Mangalore.
The parents of Dr Fathima Raeesa, Mr Mumtaz Hussain and Mrs Ishrath Jahan Khan, Elder sister Mrs Khadija Roohi, and brother Rehaan Hussain were also present at the function. Usama Ahammed, Secretary, of the Social forum, proposed the Vote of thanks.