The Centre for Promotion of Science at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) organized two courses of “Computer Application in Teaching” for teachers from Muslim Managed Educational Institutions and “Introductory Science Course” for teachers from Deeni Madaris. Addressing the valedictory programme, chief guest of the function Prof. A.R. Kidwai emphasized that inclusion of science curricula in all the classes of Madaris, and improvement in science teaching in all the Muslim managed schools is inevitable, which would leave a long lasting impact on the generations to come. Prof. Kidwai also honored the participants with certificates of participation. The Introductory Science Course was coordinated by Dr. G.G.H.A. Shadab of the Department of Zoology, while Dr. Mohammad Tabish of the Department of Biochemistry was the course coordinator for Computer Application in Teaching. The “Introductory Science Course” was planned for the teachers of Deeni Madaris to familiarize them with physical, chemical and biological sciences and to make them realize the significance of science teaching in their institutions. The course was attended by ten participants including female teachers representing Deeni Madaris of Bihar, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. The participants were provided with the opportunity to learn MS Office, MS Excel, MS Power Point, Web Browsing, Multimedia Navigation etc. The resource persons made all efforts to help the teacher participants understand and learn the essential components of computer applications in classroom teaching, data maintenance and handling exam results. Ten delegates including teachers from 24 Parganas (West Bengal), Moradabad, Bijnor and Aligarh attended the course. The participants appreciated the efforts of the centre for motivating them either to introduce science or to improve the methods of science teaching in their institutions, as per modern day requirements. Dr. M. Tabish thanked the guests, participants and resource persons of the courses.