Department of Islamic Studies and Comparative Religions

OVERVIEW

The BS-ISLAMIC STUDIES started in September 2010 under the administration of Mrs. Qudsia Khakwani M.Phil Islamic Studies (Head of the department of Islamic Studies since 2004). With the development of Women university Multan the department now hold the status of “ISLAMIC STUDIES AND COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS”. The department holds its distinction being versatile in the day to day life of each human being as a Muslim. Since the inauguration of the BS- 4 years program in the discipline of Islamic studies it has established its worth among the applicants. A good merit policy is maintained with a dedicated faculty

DEGREE PROGRAMSOFFERED

  • BS (4 years)
  • MA (2 Years)
  • MPhil (2 Years)

SCOPE

The program for the BS degree in Islamic Studies is designed primarily for students desiring to prepare for an academic career. It may, however, be found useful for students seeking a general education and whose career will be aided by a knowledge of the people, languages, and institutions. Such a career might be centered on teaching, research, business, engineering, journalism, librarianship, or government service.

Most individuals who complete a bachelor’s degree program in Islamic studies continue on to a related graduate degree program. However, there are career options available to graduates, such as:

  • · Business consultant
  • · Researcher
  • · Imamate
  • · Journalist
  • · Political advisor

OBJECTIVES

Pakistan is an ideological state. The foundation for the creation of the country was to establish and develop a state where the Muslim Ummah has the complete liberty to practice Islamic culture and norms with full vigor. A Muslim may be recognized as such and should be with a personality cherished by the non Muslims. Pakistan resolution has been a core guideline for the formulation of the constitution of Pakistan. In which the state has been declared as MUMLAKAT-i-KHUDADAD and supreme power resting in the Almighty Allah. For which it is mandatory to acquire the in depth Islamic perception of Quran and Sunnah, Seerah and Fiqh with practical promulgation of the Islamic culture. In the same scenario it is vital to have the profound perception of the “Qutab-i-Samavia” prior to the revelation of Quran-i-Majeed. The daughters of Pakistan deserve the precedence to flourish in Uloom-i-Islam. They are the future mothers and character builders of a nation.

BS PROGRAM

  • BS Islamic Studies              Credit Hours=130
  • Duration                               4 years

MA Program

  • Credit Hours:72

MPhil Program

  • Credit Hours: 30

FACULTY

1.      Ms. QudsiaKhakwani (Dean/Chairperson)

Professor

MPhil(BZU)

2.      Ms. FarhatAltaf

Associate Professor

MA(IUB), B.Ed

3.      Ms. MahmoodaIrfanWyine

Associate Professor

MA (BZU), M.Ed.

4.      Ms. ShehlaMuzaffer

Assistant Professor

MA(IUB), B.Ed.

5.      Ms. FarkhandaIkram

Associate Professor

MA(IUB), B.Ed.

6.      Dr.KalsoomParacha

Assistant Professor

PhD (BZU)

7.      Ms. ShahanaTabbasum

Assistant Professor

MPhil(BZU), LLB

8.      Dr.NublaKhakwani

Lecturer

PhD (BZU)

 9.      Ms. Misbah Fatima

Lecturer

MA(BZU), B.Ed.

10.  Ms.Sabiha Abdul Quddus

Lecturer

MPhil

11.  MsRuqiaBano

Lecturer

MPhil, M.Ed.

12.  Ms.SumairaSafdar

Lecturer

MPhil, B.Ed.

13.  Dr. Muhammad AkramRana

Professor (Rtd.) (Contract)

PhD (UK)

14.  MsFizaMaqbool

Research Scholar

MA (Philosophy), M.Ed.

 

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