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Celebrating and Honoring Our Constitution

Dr. Mohammad Manzoor Alam

26th November is observed as the Constitution Day in India- the Constitution was adopted on 26th November 1949, following the ardent and extensive deliberations after India's Independence in 1947. The framers of the Constitution are still remembered for their dedicated effort to put forward a holistic and inclusive document, which aimed for political, social, economic, and cultural equality amongst the people of India.

Addressing gender disparity in Muslim education

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Addressing gender disparity in Muslim education

New initiatives have shown that more and more Muslim women can be brought into educational mainstream across all markers like literacy, general enrolment ratio, academic attainments and media exposure.

FAITH-INSPIRED COURAGE AND WISDOM OBLIGATORY FOR SOLVING PRESENT PROBLEMS

Conditions today are, to a great extent, similar to the conditions, which had been created in the country at the time of the foundation of the All India Milli Council. We may recall the memories of the year 1992 when the entire country was thrown into the fierce fire of communalism, putting into dust the real identity of India, which consists of democracy, secularism, and unity in diversity. In such an atmosphere, the All India Millia Council embarked on its noble journey. All Praises are for Allah that under the patronage of Maulana Syed Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadvi, with the guidance of the jurist of his time, Maulana Qazi Mujahidul Islam Qasmi, and in association with innumerable theologians and intellectuals, the All India Milli Council reached several milestones.


Recent Activities

IOS Kolkata Chapter organises Panel Discussion on “Economic Empowerment of Muslim Women: Issues and Opportunities”

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This panel discussion organised by the Institute of Objective Studies, Kolkata Chapter, on October 30, 2021, looked into the need of Muslim women to be economically empowered. The panelists, mostly women of repute, representing different walks of life and society, spoke freely on the hurdles before the society towards economically empowering Muslim women. Ms. Madiha Ahmed, a socio-cognitive development specialist, emphasised that women must be empowered from within their family first. 

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IOS online Lecture on “Impact of Changing Lifestyle due to Covid-19 Pandemic in India and its Management in Islamic Perspective”

New Delhi: An online Lecture on “Impact of Changing Lifestyle due to Covid-19 Pandemic in India and its Management in Islamic Perspective” was organised by the Institute of Objective Studies on September 25, 2021.

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Fourth IOS online Ibne Khaldun Lecture on Kitab wa Sunnat mein Tasawwuf ki Buniyadein

New Delhi: The fourth IOS online Ibne Khaldun Lecture on “Kitab wa Sunnat mein Tasawwuf ki Buniyadein” (Roots of mysticism in the Book and Sunnah) was organised by the Institute of Objective Studies on September 18, 2021. 

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IOS Chennai Chapter organises an International Webinar on the “Life and contributions of Hazrath Abdul Hameed Baqavi (Rah)

Institute of Objective Studies, Chennai Chapter resumed its activities by conducting a trilingual International webinar on the “Life and Contributions of Hazrath Abdul Hameed Baqavi (Rah) on Saturday, 23 October 2021 at 6.30 p.m. Organised in association with the Global Tamil Muslim Media (GTM), USA, and live-streamed on YouTube, the program was well-attended and attracted audience not only from India but from USA, UK, Middle East and Far East Countries.

 

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IOS and CDPP jointly organises webinar on Growth of the Muslim Middle Class in India

New Delhi: The Institute of Objective Studies, in association with the Centre for Development Policy and Practice (CDPP), Hyderabad, organised a webinar on Growth of the Muslim Middle Class in India on September 17, 2021.

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Recent Publications

Directory of Muslim Educational Institutions in India

Bibliography And Review of Waqf Literature

Islamic Banking in India Scopes & Challenges

A Model of Pure Interest-Free Banking

Islamic Sciences Ethics, Law, Education, Economics, Politics, Sociology, and Systems Planning

Perspectives on Islamic Economics


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