Monday, April 27, 2015

Muslims can regain their lost glory: Professor Mujahid Kamran

The Vice Chancellor of Punjab University Professor Mujahid Kamran while tending to a class on the "Honesty of Pakistan and part of instructors" sorted out by Majlid Fazleen Aloom-e-Islamia at the Department of Islamic Studies has said the Muslims could recapture their lost brilliance and regard by concentrating on production of new learning.

Teacher Dr Tahira Basharat in her discourse has said that instructors assume basic part being developed of countries and to address the difficulties being confronted by the Islamic world, educators ought to present Islamic arrangements of issues.

Educator Dr Shabbir Ahmed Mansoori said the Islamic world is confronting an administration emergency and that we must guarantee solidarity among our positions and create an arrangement of equity and responsibility.

Teacher Dr Muhammad Ejaz while tending to the members has said that instructors must understand their obligations in the character-building of youngsters.

Teacher Dr Zahid Ahmed Sheik said a fair framework must proceed and we must regard the choice of vote on the off chance that we need trustworthiness and thriving in Pakistan.

"Insurgency through instruction' ought to be our motivation," he included.

Islamic Studies Dean Faculty Dr Tahira Basharat, Professor Dr Saad Siddiqui, Professor Dr Mudassar Ahmed, Dr Hammad Lakhvi, Dr Muhammad Ijaz, Director Rifah International University Professor Dr Shabbir Ahmed Mansoori, President All Pakistan Professor and Lecturers Association Dr Zahid Ahmed Sheik, Dr Muhammad Ali Nadeem, Professor Ameer Hamza, Professor Nazir Ahmed and instructors went to the workshop.