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The maker of runways to all who aspire to fly high

Dr. Shahul Hameed

Shahul Hameed, Advisor, Indian Achievers Forum

  If someone aspires to make it big in Aviation, Hospitality and Tourism sectors, Airocis College of Aviation and Management Studies, Kannaur, Kerala is the platform. Being the number one institute in India, the facility is one of its kind.

The universe contains many a number of business tycoons, entrepreneurs, technocrats, educationalists, social reformers etc. But to become a successful performer in all such activities is not an easy task. Such admirable personalities are very limited in number. In Kerala there are only finger full of educational reformers with social commitments. The name of Dr Shahul Hameed stands first in the list of such eminent personalities.

The concept of vision and action leads Dr Shahul Hameed to think in a different dimension. According to him “Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision is a waste of time. Vision with action only can make you creative and the result will be marvelos which can even change the entire world”.

It is a fact that formation of an educational institution and running it in the right direction is a tedious task. The strain and risk are more when the course and method of study are innovative. It is such a risk Dr Shahul Hameed has taken when he started Calicut Group of Educational Institution a decade ago in Malabar Region of Kerala. He understood that the job opportunities in the field of Aviation, Tourism and Hospitality are plenty. He started short term and long term courses in order to make the youngsters capable and certified professionals for accepting suitable jobs in the aforementioned fields. Of course some institutions outside Kerala were offering such courses after collecting exorbitant rate of fees which was unaffordable for common man.


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