Having just held a meeting on it and declaring to devise courses, the Allama Iqbal Open University in Islamabad had reported designs to set up a devoted scholastic division on “Seerat-un-Nabi”.
In an announcement gave by Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) on Thursday said that the new office will be set up soon and will advance the lessons of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
In addition, the varsity said that it was intending to set up two additional offices which would deal with Islamic Economics and Interfaith Harmony. The college’s sculpture body has just endorsed these new divisions.
AIOU Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Shahid Siddiqui declared these measures while introducing a two-day national gathering on Islamic exploration and altering with extraordinary reference to the network related issues and their answer.
The meeting was directed by the Council of Islamic Ideology Chairman Dr Qibla Ayaz, while Dr Abdul Quddus Shuaib from the Bahawalpur Zakaria University gave a talk. They talked in insight concerning different parts of Islamic educating and the examination work, being directed in this association.
The meeting had been sorted out by the college’s branch of Arabic and Islamic Studies. The occasion was to a great extent went to by researchers and analysts from different colleges.
The new office on ‘Seerat Studies’ will offer post-graduate level projects at the master’s, aces in theory and doctorate in reasoning, the VC stated, including they are effectively occupied with anticipating the Islamic idea and way-out of tending to the contemporary issues, being looked by the general public.
Dr Siddiqui said that an examination diary on ‘Seerat-un-Nabi has been distributed by AIOU and was announced as the best scholastic distribution for 2017 by the Religious Affairs Ministry.
The VC likewise declared a unique yearly honor for the best book on ‘Seerat-un-Nabi’.
The college has additionally chosen to dispatch a BS-level program on Islamic examinations with specialization on “seerat” concentrates also from this year.