Halal is a Quranic term that simply means 'permitted' or 'lawful'. Halal when used in relation to food and other consumables means permissible for consumption and used by Muslims based on the Islamic law, which is the Shariah.
Each year many meritorious students from financially poor families are forced to discontinue their higher education due to lack of funds.
Halal India believes in “Investing in smallest dreams” and demonstrating the same in real life. We at Halal India have decided to financial assist 50 meritorious students from poor families under the newly launched Program Halal India Scholarship programme
Halal India’s initiative to help poor patients coming from within India and abroad.
Halal India has decided to contribute 0.5% of its total yearly profits towards assisting poor patients from across the globe who cannot be treated locally or who do not have enough means of seeking treatment. Such patients will include children or persons who are the sole bread earners for the family.
Helping those in need in the aftermath of a natural disaster is a cause that connects with everyone. Halal India has offered cash, rescue and relief materials and voluntary services to help those hit by calamities like the floods and landslides in all parts of India.
Halal India supports the Government of India initiative of Green and Clean India. The campaign aims to clean up the streets, roads, and infrastructure of India’s cities, smaller towns, and rural areas.
Halal India is committed to provide Quality Halal certification services adhering to the requirements of International Halal standards to fulfill ultimate customer satisfaction.
Halal India will continually improve its management system to enhance the customer satisfaction
To help the manufacturers and service providers in obtaining Quality class Halal certification which to promote their trade and to enhance the community with better choices, improve the quality and hygiene standards of products that is being offered to the consumers.