Eventful end for Hadia Ramadan Speech
|Released on||June 26, 2016|
Chemmad: The third episode of Ramadan Speech Series, organized by HADIA, the alumni association of DHIU ends eventfully reminding the whole turn out of the immense value of betterment of soul and spirit. In a five day long program that held in the central campus of DHIU, public spiritual lectures were delivered by Simsarul Haq Hudawi and Mustafa Hudawi Akkode in a variety of social topics.
Inaugurating the final day program, Sayyid Hyderali Shihab Thangal stated that the cultural and social development of the community indispensably depended upon the initiatives for the sake of educational reformation. Comparatively assessing the educational status of Kerala and North Indian states, he emphasized the need of acquiring total support of the community in the reformatory affairs of DHIU throughout the country. He publicly called for the support of the whole Muslim community of Kerala for such activities in the field of quality education. Dr. Bahavuddin Muhammad Nadwi, the vice chancellor of DHIU presided over the session.
The anthology in commemoration of Cherussery Zainuddin Musliyar released
|Released on||June 22, 2016|
Chemmad: An anthology of collected Arabic poems in commemoration of Cherussery Zainuddeen Musliyar, the former general secretary of Samastha Kerala Jamiyyathul Ulama and pro chancellor of DHIU was released here in Hidaya Nagar by Sayyid Rasheed Ali Shihab Thangal and V.P Saidalavi Haji. The anthology, which is absolutely different of its kind with its total conformity to the laws of Arabic classical poetry, was published by Al-Huda Students’ Association (ASAs) and appears to be a piece of treasure added to the tradition of Arabic Poetry in Kerala.
A vibrant Cherussery Zainuddeen Musliyar with his valuable Sufi thoughts, different phases of life, memories with renowned early Muslim leaders, contributions as a final word in Islamic Jurisprudence in Kerala, has been beautifully manifested in the anthology, which is penned by famous Arabic Poets, DHIU students, his old students and other great personalities.
DHIU Karnataka Campus Foundation Stone Laid by the Hon. Chancellor
|Released on||May 23, 2016|
Foundation stone of the DHIU Karnataka Campus was laid on 23rd May 2016 Monday by Panakkad Sayyid Haidar Ali Shihab Thangal, honorable Chancellor of the University. Dr. Bahauddeen Muhammed Nadwi, the Vice Chancellor, presided over the function.
The proposed 6.14 acre campus is situated at Hangal village of Haveri district in the northern Karnataka State. This is the fourth outer-Kerala campus of DHIU, after Punganur in Seemandhra, Birbhum in West Bengal and Baisha in Assam states.
Currently, DHIU has two affiliated undergraduate colleges in Karnataka; one in Kashipatna and another in Madannur.
International Conference on Qur’anic Interpretation in India concluded successfully
|Released on||May 21, 2016|
Inaugural International Conference on Qur’anic Interpretation in India (ICQI-1) was held at the DHIU Central Campus on 19 to 20 March, 2016. The two day academic conference was organized by the postgraduate department of Qur’an& Related Sciences. Arranged in 10 sessions, more than 50 research papers were presented while English and Arabic were the conference languages.
Prof. Dr. Radwan Jamal Elatrash, University of Jordan, inaugurated the international conference. Dr. M.K. Muneer (Hon. Minister of the Social Welfare, Govt. of Kerala), Hon. P.V Abdul Wahab (Member of the Parliament, India), Sayyid Muhammad Koya Jamalullayl (Calicut Qazi) and Panakkad Sayyid Munavvar Ali Shihab were the chief guests of the Inaugural Session.
Prof. Emeritus Dr. N.A.M. Abdul Kader (University of Calicut), Prof. Dr. Israr Ahmad Khan (International Islamic University Malaysia), Dr. Fayaz Ahmad Barakati (Assunnah Foundation, Mumbai), Dr. Muneer Hudawi Mavur and M.K Jabir Ali Hudawi (Registrar, DHIU), Dr. Cherif Gouich (University of Oran, Algeria) and Dr. Sam’an Nadwi (Al Jamia Al Islamiyyah, Bhatkal) chaired different academic sessions.
The valedictory session was chaired by Prof. Dr. Bahauddeen Muhammed Nadwi, the Vice Chancellor of DHIU. Hon. P.K. Abdu Rab (Minister of Education, Govt. of Kerala) was the chief guest of the session. Prof. Dr. Israr Ahmad Khan from the Department of Qur’an& Sunnah Studies, International Islamic University Malaysia, delivered the keynote address on the topic: “Coherence the Most Viable Methodology of Qur’anic Interpretation: The Indian Perspective”. Suhail Hidaya Hudawi delivered his welcome remarks and C.H. Shareef Hudawi extended the vote of thanks.
Scholars from different national and international universities, prominent academicians and students were among those who presented papers and delivered lectures at the conference. The conference by and large tried to set a wider platform for the academics to exchange their knowledge highlighting the contributions of Indian Subcontinent to the field of Qur’anic Studies.
In the next year, the second edition of ICQI will discuss the translations of the Qur’an- said the organizers.
Philo-Safar: Aqeeda& Philosophy Department Collaborates with National Centre for Research& Development
|Released on||May 21, 2016|
Department of Aqeedah and Philosophy collaborated with the National Centre for Research and Development (NCRD), by organizing the Philo-Safar '2016. The event was a three day trip for field work and survey programme at Bangalore in DJ Halli, Karnataka aiming the socio-cultural development of the marginalized, poor and underprivileged Muslims in slum areas. The event was on 22-24 April 2016.
The comprehensive survey and survey report prepared by the Department's research scholars is expected to help to make an overview of the Muslim societies in slums in general, and to converge the different government schemes, programmes, private and voluntary initiatives to achieve over all development. Mr. Nizar Ahammad IPS, Former Inspector General of Karnataka State and chairman of NCRD, leaded the Philo-Safar activities.
Department of fiqh and usul al-fiqh conducted study tour to other state fatwa centers
|Released on||May 21, 2016|
Department of fiqh and usul al-fiqh conducted a study to four south Indian cities; Hyderabad,Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai to study about the fatwa centers of these cities and thereby to implement the good models in the functions of Majlisul fatawa wal buhuth, the fatwa issuing body which had been inaugurated two months ago.
Department divided students into three teams and sent each team to each city. The students as part of the search for good models se visited many fatwa issuing bodies and many maslaha centers of these four cities like famous Baqiyat al-Salihat of Bangalore and Nizamiyya of Hyderabad.