Chief Instructor 7th Dan

Sensei K T Hakeem is one of the leading figures in pushing classical Shotokan Karate-do training to an ultimate level. He has been trained the traditional JKA System and he has many Black Belt students all over India and abroad. Sensei has been teaching martial arts since 1978.

Sensei Hakeem has been trained by the legendary Martial Arts instructors including: Shihan Yasuyoshi Saito (Japan), Shihan Hitoshi Kasuya (Japan), Soke Kuppuswami (Malaysia), Shihan Malaysian V Raegoo (Malaysia), Mahaguru Ustaz Hamsa Haji (Kalarippayattu,India).


  • Nana Dan (7th Dan) Black Belt in Shotokan Karate-Do from Japan Karate-Do International (JKI)
  • Nana Dan (7th Dan) Black Belt in Karate-Do from Karate Association Of India (KAI)
  • Black Belt in Taekwondo from Kukkiwon, Korea
  • Member of Kodokan Judo Institute, Japan
  • Black Belt In Kobudo
  • Exponent in Kalarippayattu


  • Teaching Martial Arts for the last 35 years.
  • Worked as Karate instructor in Armed Reserve Police Camp in Kerala, India
  • Produced more than 250 Black Belts in Karate-Do all over India and abroad.
  • Founder of the International Golden Falcon Karate-Do (IGFK), since 1982.
  • Chief instructor of the Japan Karate International (JKI) India and Middle East from 2011.
  • International Referee at 11th WSKF World Championships held at Tokyo, Japan in 2013.
  • International Referee at Open Junior Karate Championship conducted by Perak Karate-Do Association and Universal Shotokan Karate Union held at Ipoh, Malaysia, in 2009.
  • Chief Referee at Asian Open To all Style Martial Arts Championship held at Hyderabad, India, in 2009.
  • Referee at Millennium Cup International Karate Championship, organized by the World Shotokan Karate-do Federation (WSKF) Held at Goa, India, in 2000.
  • Chief Referee at All India Karate-do Championship held at Ambedkar stadium, Andhra Pradesh, in 2009.


  • 1ST place in International Karate Championship held at Kuala Lampur, Malaysia in 1986.
  • Heavy Weight Champion in All India Black Belts Only Karate Championship organized by the World Union Karate Organization (WUKO) held at Chennai, India in 1993.
  • Runner Up in First Kerala State Open Weight Karate Championship, conducted by Shihan Kuppuswami, in 1983.
  • Runner Up in National Karate Championship held at Bangalore, India, in 1987.
  • Team Kumite Champion, Kerala State Karate Championship, in 1988.
  • Received Best Fighter Award from Datu Usman Umar Abbas, Malaysia, in 1986.
  • Received Fr. Vergottini Best Sports Man Award from District Collector, Kozhikode, Kerala, India, in 2002.