Various Departments


1.         Financial Transparency and Permission for Foreign Donation:
The Trust maintains 100% transparency in its financial affairs. The A/c of the Trust is audited and balance sheet is submitted at the end of each financial year to the concerned Authorities.
The Trust is registered under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976, Registration No. 231650694 whereby it is allowed to receive donation from foreign countries in foreign currency.

2.         Center for Preaching of Islam:
The center undertakes publication of Islamic literature in English, Urdu and Hindi languages for propagation of human and moral values of Islam, exposition of Islamic sciences and culture, the sacred life of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and authentic translation of Qur’an and Hadeeth.

3.         Jamiat Muslim Secretariat:
Its activities include:To conduct survey of economic conditions of Indian Muslims, the ratio of their employment in Govt. Jobs, study of the phenomenon of discrimination against Muslim Minority through continuous process of relevant data collection and its analysis to ensure follow up with concerned authorities for the purpose of remedial measures.

4.         Islahul Muslimeen:
Established outstanding track record in promotion of Education in economically backward regions as well as in promotion of Islamic faith among the socially backward Muslim communities amenable to religious conversion under social and economic pressure. 

5.         Islamic Jurisprudence Center:
(Edara Al-Mabahis-Faqhiya)
The institution set up in 1970 conducts theological research and collective deliberations on modern issues such as interest free welfare societies and institutions, adjudication by Qazi and related problems, sale and purchase of the shares of industrial units and export trade, edicts of other schools and limits for their compliance, matters relating to sale and purchase, loans and advances, invalid marriages and insurance etc.

6.         Department of Social Reform:
In January 1919, JUH decided to conduct a nationwide campaign for social reform. A special department was set up to oversee implementation of reforms throughout the country in order to eradicate social problems such as Alcoholism, Drug addiction, negative influence of T.V. and Video; exploitation of women through customs of dowry and Tilak; importance of veil, correct procedure of divorce, simple and economical marriage, women privileges and night to inheritance and dower. The programme aims at restructuring social values and customs based upon the principles of social justice, humanism equality and cleanliness of soul and body, the true essence of religion.

7.         Board of Religious Education:
As per the provisions of Indian constitution Minorities have to look after the need of the religious education of their children themselves. Jamiat realized this immediately after the independence several conventions were held to find pertinent solutions. Ultimately in the year 1954 in its Bombay convention Board of religious Education was constituted. The widely spread network of Islamic Primary schools witnessed across the width and breadth of the country today with the well drafted syllabus for religious educations and training schedule for teachers can be attributed only to the continuous struggle carried on by the Board.

8.         Buildings:
The buildings owned by Jamiat consist of the following:

i. Jamiat Building: The double storied Building located in the commercial heart of old Delhi, Gali Qasimjaan, Ballimaran, houses Al Jamiat Book Depot and office of Jamiat Ulama Delhi.

ii. Central Office Building: Consists of double storied structure in the north, south and east of Abdun Nabi Mosque housing office complex of JUH, Mufti Kifayatullah Meeting Hall, Deptt. of Social Reform, Muslim Secretariat, Publication Deptt., Office of Emarat-e-Shariyah-e-Hind and the Guest House. Attatched to the Complex is famous Abdun Nabi Mosque built in the period of King Akbar wherein besides daily five prayers, Eid & Friday prayers are held with mass congregation. 

iii. Madani Hall: It is a 3 storied beautifully constructed modern building housing offices of Al-Jamiat (Urdu) and Shanti Mission (Hindi) weekly in one portion. The 2nd story has the hall dedicated to the memory of Late Maulana Hussain Ahmad Madani where JUH holds its conferences and meetings. On the third floor is located Mahmoodiyah Liabrary stocking more than 12000 books in Urdu, Hindi, English, Arabic and Persian for the benefit of public.

iv. Mujahid-e-Millat Building: Dedicated to the memory of Ex General Secretary Mujahid-e-Millat Maulana Mohammad Hifzur Rahaman, the double storied building is located in the well-known industrial area of Okhla, New Delhi.

9.         Relief Fund:
Whether it is natural calamities in the form of floods, draughts, cyclones, earthquake fires or due to human indulgence in the form of riots or conflagration JUH is always found n the fore front providing relief to the unfortunate victims. For this purpose a Relief Fund is permanently maintained to meet the challenges poring threat to Human lives and property. Hundreds of thousands of victims are benefited by the fund every year.

10.       Organisation:
It constitutes one of the most important departments of JUH. The organization of JUH’s activities, its development and extension depends largely upon this deptt. It is staffed by a team of organizers led by the Organising Secretary.

11.       Account/Treasury:
It is responsible for maintaining accounts of total financial inflow and out flow under the supervision of a Financial Secretary.

12.       Publication:
Under the supervision of a renowned scholar and writer the department keep the public informed through print media about the multifarious activities of JUH and its response to regional, national and international developments in addition to committing the anti-Islamic information campaign carried out through mass media.

13.       Periodicals:
JUH is Publishing 2 weeklies in Urdu and Hindi regularly providing direct channel information about the policies and actions of the organization.

i. Al-Jamiat Weekly urdu is published every Friday. It is rightly counted as the most effective voice of Muslim community. Online edition also published on

ii. To cater to all sections of the population in India JUH launched its weekly ‘Shanti’ meaning peace in the national language Hindi. Since October 1993. It is published every Sunday spreading the message of universal peace, friendship and mutual respect to human values.

14.       Al-Jamiat Book Depot:
It has created a place of its own as far as promotion of Urdu Language and teaching of basic Islamic faith and values are concerned. Its most important contributions are:

i. Series of 12 basic Islamic primers for children in simple Urdu language and 9 Primers in Hindi Language.

 Islamic syllabus for girls consisting of 5 books in Urdu.

 A set of 4 book lets of Takmeelul Islam in Hindi Language authored by the first President of JUH Mufti Kifayatullah

 Basic primer Small and Basic Primer large (Prep lessons for children to enable them learn the script of Koran.

v. 33 small for children, mostly biographies of the prophets, companious of prophet Mohammad (PBUH) great saints and social reformers. Therefore, above publications the message of Islam, lofty human values and Urdu language has reached most of the homes in India however backward it may be socially and economically.

15.       Mahmoodiyah Library:
Dedicated to the memory of Hazrat Maulana Mahmood Hassan Deobandi this library provides more than 12000 multi lingual volumes on wide subjects in addition to precious collection of rare manuscripts and historical documents specially relevant to centuries old Jamiat’s history.

16.       Deptt. for Assistance of Widows:
Destitute and shelterless women in dire need of assistance receive material help from the above Deptt. to be able to live with dignity.

17.       Educational Scholarship:
Students from economically weaker sections attending professional courses in higher studies institutions such as Medical, Engineering, Architecture, Education etc. are awarded scholarships by JUH since the year 1974.

18.       Muslim Fund Trust:
It started granting loans without to the needy since 1961 at Deoband. Its benefits are now reaching millions of homes through its 318 sister units located all around the country.

JUH Network of Branch Offices:
Leaving one on two states like J&K, JUH has branches in every state and metropolitan cities of India. The State Branches are subdivided further down to district level with properly constituted working committees, presidents, secretaries and other office bearers.