About A.M.E.S College of Education, Ambur.

           In memory of the Centenary Celebrations of the Ambur Muslim Educational Society conducted in September, 2006 with the then President, His Excellency Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, a project to establish a Teachers Training B.Ed., College, in the style of “A.M.E.S COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AMBUR” was proposed with Co-Ed., and the application for the proposal was submitted to the Southern Regional Director NCTE, Bangalore on 26.12.2006 with English as the medium of instruction.
5 Acres of land was also set apart for this A.M.E.S College of Education, in the campus of Mazharul Uloom College, Ambur.
A Two man Commission inspected the Class Room facilities, Library, Science and Psychology laboratories and Audio Visual Technology, Play Grounds, Arts & Craft and Computer on 21.07.2007 and pleased to recommend for the grant of recognition.
The Inaugural function of the A.M.E.S College of Education was held with Dua on 01.09.2008.

The National Council for Teacher Education, Government of India, New Delhi had accorded Recognition to our Institute vide their Letter Ref. No. F.SRO/NCTE/B.Ed.,/2006-2007/19075, dated: 28.03.2008, and for B.Ed., Programme of Two Years duration with an annual intake of 100 Students for two basic units of 50 Students each from the academic year 2015 - 2016 vide their Letter SRO/NCTE/APS08217/B.Ed/TN/2014-15/65427 dt. 25.05.2015, of the Regional Director of NCTE, Southern Regional Committee, Bangalore – 560 072.
The Institute has also obtained Affiliation from the Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University to conduct the B.Ed., Degree Programme, Vide their Letter Ref. No. TNTEU/R/Affln./2008/35, dated: 28th August, 2008, and for Two Years B.Ed., programme Vide Letter No. TNTEU/R/Affln./Syn-Feb 2016-Item.No.07/2016/118, dt.02.02.2016 of Tamilnadu Teachers Education University, Chennai – 5.
  • AMES College of Education
  • Mazharul Uloom College
  • Mazharul Uloom Higher Secondary School
  • Mazharul Uloom Primary School
  • Mazharul Uloom Coaching Centre for Women
  • Hasanath-e-Jaria Girls' Higher Secondary School
  • Hasanath-e-Jaria Girls' Primary School


Islam has given immense importance to education and spreading of knowledge. Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) has categorically stated that every muslim boy and girl must be given education. He even released prisoners of war for teaching the Muslims learn to read and write and treated that as a ransom, an event that has no parallel history. There are many of his Sayings relating to the importance of education, such as:

  • Seeking education is compulsory for both men and women.
  • The ink of the scholar is holier than the blood of the martyr.
  • Seek knowledge even if it be in China.

The educational backwardness of the Muslim community moved the altruistic heart of the tireless social activist, Janab T.Abdulah Sahib, who thought of doing something to improve the condition. With the support of some prominent Muslims, he started Madrase-e-Mazharul Uloom, a small school meant for students of all communities. However, his primary intent was to uplift the Muslim Community educationally, economically and culturally. He was rightly honored with the appellation "Sir Syed of Ambur".

The caravan of the AMES with its dedicated team is on them march transforming the society to take up to modern education for their future betterment and make our country India stronger in all dimensions.

AMES celebrated its centenary in a grand manner on 04th, 05th and 06th September 2006 at the Mazarul Uloom Higher Secondary School premises and the then President of India, Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam, inaugurated the function and interacted with the students who had gathered there from different institutions and delivered his inspiring speech.