IIUI PRESIDENT VISITS FEMALE FINANCE SECTION
Published on: January 8th, 2019

Dr. Ahmed Yousif Al-Draiweesh visited the finance section at female campus, where he was briefed about the performance and issues of the section. Director Finance Saif ur Rehman along-with the senior female officers welcomed the President and apprised about the activities at section.

IIUI President showed satisfaction over ongoing smooth functioning and stressed for hard work. He also said that finance is an important unit of any organization which may lead towards the to pathways of success and glory.

 

IIUI PRESIDENT INAUGURATES TWO NEW BUSES
Published on: January 8th, 2019

President International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI)  inaugurated  to two buses in university fleet to facilitate students.

IIUI President said that facilitation of the students is responsibility and top priority of the university. He appreciated the team work done for the addition in the fleet. IIUI President hoped that the addition will lessen the load on the crowded routes.

On the occasion, Jahanzeb Waqas In-Charge Central Transport Unit expressed his gratitude to the IIUI President  for his commitment to develop the infrastructure of the University.

He told that two newly purchased  63-seat Hino buses has been made against payment of PKR 19 million approx. from PSDP (Public Sector Development Program) grant by Govt. of Pakistan.This addition in transport fleet will help CTU to overcome overloading issue in University vehicles, said Jehanzeb Waqas. It is pertinent to mention that IIUI is currently having largest transport fleet in twin cities to accommodate male and female students for commuting to the University. Dean Faculty of Basic and Applied Sciences (FBAS) Dr. Arshad Zia , Director Administration Khalid Mehmood Raja  were also present on the occasion.

 

DR. MASOOM INSPECTS FINAL EXAMS AT IIUI FACULTIES
Published on: January 8th, 2019

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Masoom Yasinzai, Rector , International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) visited various faculties at male and female campuses. During inspection visit Dr. Masoom reviewed examination process at exam centers and showed satisfaction over strict discipline at examination centers. On the occasion IIUI Rector instructed the examination personnel to provide a comfortable environment to students during examination so that they can perform best during examination.

Meanwhile, Dr. Tahir Khailiy, Vice President (AF&P), IIUI, along with Director Exams, Mr. Inam Ul Haq and rest of the officers also visited campus where they reviewed examination process.  Dr. Tahir Khalily emphasized that students must be provided every possible facility for quality education. He hailed the departments to maintain best decorum in the examination halls.

 

 

 

IIUI PRESIDENT, VP REVIEW EXAMINATION PROCESS AT CAMPUSES
Published on: January 7th, 2019

International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI) President Dr. Ahmed Yousif Al-Draiweesh and Vice President Dr Muhammad Tahir Khalily  along with VP female campus Dr Farkhanda Zia separately conducted ‘surprise visits’ to various departments of the varsity faculties at male and female campuses where they reviewed and inspected the process of final examination.

IIUI President showed satisfaction over strict discipline at examination halls. He also said that students must be provided a comfortable environment for exams so that they may perform best in the papers.

Meanwhile, as per desire of IIUI President,  Dr. Tahir Khailiy, along with Director Exams and rest of the officers visited female campus where he reviewed examination process.

IIUI VP was also briefed by the Director Examination about the exams process and ongoing progress. IIUI VP also made few recommendations for improvement as well.

Dr. Tahir Khalily urged that students be provided every possible facility for quality education. He hailed the departments to maintain best decorum in the examination halls. On the occasion, Vice President female campus, Dr. Farkhanda Zia was also present who also accompanied the visiting team and reviewed the process.

It is pertinent to mention here that the students are appearing in final examination of the semester  and university is holding back to back papers in smooth manners.

 

 

PAIGHAM-E-PAKISTAN BE MADE PART OF SEMINARY CURRICULUM: CONSULTATIVE MEETING
Published on: January 7th, 2019

Speakers of the consultative meeting n stressed the need to make Paigham-e-Pakistan part of curriculum being taught at different religious seminaries across the country in order to bring the students of seminaries to national streamline which will in turn help promote peace and inclusiveness and help eradicate violence, terrorism and extremism from the society.
The ‘4th Consultative Meeting to Devise Plan of Action for Establishment of an Inclusive Society in Pakistan’ was held at the Jamia Salfia Faisalabad.

President International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) Prof Dr Ahmed Yousif Ahmed Al Draiweesh addressed the ceremony where he called for peaceful coexistence and promotion of Islam’s message of mutual respect, lover for humanity and protection of rights.

The program was also attended by Director General Islamic Research Institute (IRI) Prof Dr Zia ul Haq, Prof Dr Humayun Abbas Shams from GC University Faisalabad and Wafaq ul Madaris Salfia Faisalabad Secretary General Maulana Yasin Zafar spoke on the occasion. A large number of ulema, academicians, intellectuals, representatives of civil society and seminaries students attended the event.
Addressing on the occasion, the speakers unanimously stressed reviewing country’s educational policy and curriculum as well as ensuring training of teachers and ulema to promote coexistence, harmony and tolerance in the society in the light of Paigham-e-Pakistan initiative of the government of Pakistan launched last year.
They said Islam does not allow extremism, adding that all citizens, irrespective of their faith, enjoy equal protection of law and rights, including right to education, family, faith and right to profess and practice religion.
The speakers called for reforming the system of education, especially in religious seminaries, in a way that interfaith and inter-sect harmony and peaceful coexistence is promoted. A subject of harmony, tolerance and peaceful coexistence should be introduced as a compulsory subject in all primary and higher secondary schools and madaris of Pakistan, they recommended.
They urged the religious scholars and intellectuals to promote the true message of humanity given in the ‘Charter of Madina’. Terming Paigham-e-Pakistan declaration a historic step, they called upon the ulema to build a joint narrative against terrorism and extremism in order to promote peace, harmony and respect of others.
The speakers said the Paigham-e-Pakistan narrative was key to countering extremism and a way forward for the country to march on the path of peace and prosperity, adding that reasoning and debate was the right way to convince others as enforcement of beliefs through force or coercion had very serious consequences for peace and tranquility in a society.
They stressed the need to build bridges of cooperation, positive interaction, dialogue and mutual sharing rather than barriers and walls that create divisions and cause mutual distrust and conflict.

Earlier, Upon its arrival at Jamia Salfia, IIUI President along with IIUI delegation was received warmly by its administration. They extend their thanks and appreciation to  the President of the IIUI for visit and also hailed Pak-Saudi cooperation in dissemination of Islam’s message for peace.

IIUI President Dr. Al-Draiweesh  thanked the Jamia Salfia leadership for hospitality and love shown. On the occasion, issues of mutual interest were also discussed.

 

DCW’S ISLAMIC TRAINING PROGRAM FOR FEMALE TEACHERS CONCLUDES AT IIUI
Published on: January 4th, 2019

A Training Program for Female Teachers from colleges and universities concluded at International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI). The two weeks long Islamic Training program for teachers was organized by Dawah Center for Women (DCW), IIUI in which as many as 34 female teachers participated training course from different cities of four provinces of the country.

The aim of this course is to build the capacity of female teachers with respect to true teachings of Islam so that they can teach in their respective educational institutions effectively.

The concluding ceremony was chaired by Prof. Dr. Muhammad Masoom Yasinzai, Rector International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) which was held at Allama Iqbal Auditorium, Faisal Masjid Campus of the University. Addressing to the course participants during the concluding ceremony, Dr. Masoom said that role of women is pivotal in nation building, while female teachers have more responsibility in spreading true teachings of Islam in Islamic societies. He highlighted the role of women in the society and called upon the Muslim societies to provide best opportunities to women for imparting their significant role. He added that the Holy Book Qur’an is a compete code of life and the follower of teaching of Islam can never be unsuccessful, whereas, to explore the teachings of Qur’an strengthens our faith and teaching and learning should be the motto of each Muslim, the way we can be successful not only in the world but also in the eternal world.

During two weeks long training, course participants remained involved in different academic activities and also visited different places of twin cities while, comprehensive sessions on significant topics based on Islamic teachings in Qur’an and Sunnah,  the role of women in an Islamic society, teachings of Qur’an and Islamic ideologies, Islamic practices for women in domestic and practical life, were covered during the training program while, Prof. Dr. Yousif Farooqi, Dr. Sohail Hassan, Dr. Imtiaz Zafar, Dr. Zaheer Ud Din Behram, Dr. Tahir Mahmood, Dr. Muhammad Khan Fayaz, Dr. Tahir Siddique, Dr. Atiq Uz Zafar, Dr. Hafiz Habib ur Rehman, Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Anwar, Dr. Iffat, Ms Tahira Batool, Ms Sara Ehsan, Ms Shagufta Omer, and Ms Faryal Ambreen, delivered lectures during the two weeks long course organized for female teachers at Dawah Center for Women, DCW, IIUI.

The concluding ceremony was also attended by Dr. Sohail Hassan, Director General, Dawah Academy, Dr. Shahid Rafi, Director (Trainings) Dawah Academy, Ms Shagufta Omer, In Charge DCW, IIUI, and other staff members of Dawah Center for Women, DCW, IIUI. In the end course participants were awarded course completion certificates.

 

TWO NEW BUSES ADDED TO IIUI TRANSPORT FLEET
Published on: January 3rd, 2019

International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI)  has added two more buses in its fleet to facilitate students.

This addition of two newly purchased two new 63-seat Hino buses has been made against payment of PKR 19 million approx. from PSDP (Public Sector Development Program) grant by Govt. of Pakistan.

Jahanzeb Waqas In-Charge Central Transport Unit has expressed his gratitude to the University authorities, especially to Professor Dr. Ahmad Yousif Al-Draiweesh (worthy President IIUI), for commitment to develop the infrastructure of the University.

This addition in transport fleet will help CTU to overcome overloading issue in University vehicles, said Jehanzeb Waqas. It is pertinent to mention that IIUI is currently having largest transport fleet in twin cities to accommodate male and female students for commuting to the University.

 

USA SOCIAL SCIENTISTS VISIT IRD, MEET ITS EDUSA SOCIAL SCIENTISTS VISIT IRD, MEET ITS ED
Published on: January 3rd, 2019

Prof Robert Nichols (Historian Stockton University USA), Prof Mathew (Historian USA), Prof Farhat Haq (Political Scientist USA) and Nadeem Akbar (Director American Institute of Pakistan Studies) visited Dr Husnul Amin (Executive Director IRD) in his office and discussed several academic projects and future collaborations.

During the meeting, issues pertaining to mutual interest were discussed, while collaborations and out reach programs were also part of the discussion in the meeting.

Dr. Husnul Amin apprised the guests of profile of the institute and also highlighted the research and publication activities held solely and though collaborations by IRD. He also told the delegation about the recent arrangement of special seminars on Iqbal’s thoughts organized by IRD in Morocco.

 

DR TAHIR KHALILY CONDUCTS SURPRISE VISITS
Published on: January 3rd, 2019

International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI) Vice President  Dr. Muhammad Tahir Khalily conducted ‘surprise visits’ to various departments of the varsity faculties at male and female campuses where he reviewed and inspected the process of final examination.

On the occasion, IIUI Vice President was accompanied by the head of departments of the relevant departments  at faculty of Shariah, Faculty of Ussul ud Din, Social Sciences, physics. The IIUI VP was also briefed by the Director Examination about the exams process and ongoing progress.

Dr. Tahir Khalily urged that students be provided every possible facility for quality education. He hailed the departments to maintain best decorum in the examination halls.

He opined that students be given opportunities to excel their mental and physical abilities and they must be prepared in the shape of best, harmonious and balanced personalities. He appreciated the hard work of the students and wished them luck.

 

 

IIUI’S OWA EXECUTIVE BODY SWEARS IN
Published on: January 3rd, 2019

An oath taking ceremony of members of Officers Welfare Association (OWA) of the International Islamic University Islamabad was held here at new campus of the university.

Ali Nawaz Awan, Special Assistant to the Premier on CDA Affairs administered the oath on the occasion.The oath taking ceremony was also attended by IIUI Rector Dr. Masoom Yasinzai, IIUI President Dr. Ahmed Yousif Al-Draiweesh,  Vice Presidents of university and the officers community.

Addressing the ceremony, Ali Nawaz Awan emphasized on capacity building terming it vital for the country’s progress. He maintained the universities are the imperative hubs of learning which may lead country towards success and prosperity by nurturing young minds with a balanced approach. He hailed the role of IIUI in service of society and also felicitated the new members of OWA while urging them to remain devoted for the progress of institution.

Rector IIUI said university is offering remarkable services in inter-faith and inter-sect harmony not only in Pakistan but beyond the boundaries. Dr. Masoom said IIUI is one of fastest growing universities in Pakistan grabbing more and more students every year. Rector IIUI hoped that all the elected members would deliver their associated role up-to their best. He also lauded the role of officers of the university in reforming and development of the university and assured to provide all possible support for the welfare and improvement.

Dr. Al-Draiweesh emphasized that officers had a vital role in disseminating and spreading knowledge in the society because they were dealing with the management of the affairs of an important hub of knowledge.  IIUI President told on the occasion that IIUI has top agenda to facilitate its officials, while he termed them as a backbone for the varsity progress.

In his speech, President IIUI vowed that efforts for the development of the officers’ community and university will remain continue. He also urged the officers to take forward the mission of university and work hard day and night to bring the university in front line amongst the international institutions.

The ceremony was also addressed by Syed Asif Kamal, President OWA who vowed to keep university progress as top agenda as OWA leader. He also said that university administration will be provided maximum cooperation in this regard.

Former General Secretary, OWA Rustam Khan also addressed on the occasion. The Executive Body of the OWA included, Asif Kamal as President, Ayaz Ali as Vice President, Nosheen Syed, Vice President Female, Syed Naveed Ehtisham as general secretary,  Syed Muhammad Bilal Shah as joint secretary male, Mariam Javed joint secretary female, Meanwhile Arslan Khursheed finance secretary, Ausaf Chaudhary cultural secretary and Nauman Awan as information secretary. While rest of the executive body members included Amir Khan, Adeel Akbar , Nauman Mashal, Dr. Attaur Rehman ,Muhammad Ismail, Rafiqa Nazli, Ali Rafey, Aqeel Ahmad, Dr. Mohsin, Jahanzeb Waqas, Dr. Ayesha Arooj, Shazia Sarwar.

Souvenirs were given to the outgoing officer bearers , while a special shield was also presented to the Chief Guest.

 

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