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No education or language can survive without being linked to economics: Maulana Fazl-ur-Rahim Mujjadi.



New Delhi/Jaipur, February 6 (Masarrat.com) Highlighting the importance of contemporary education in Islamic Madrasas, General Secretary of All India Muslim Personnel Labor Board and Head of Jamita Al Hudaya Jaipur, Maulana Fazlur Rahim Mujjadi stressed that education cannot survive without economic ties. He said this to the students in a certificate distribution meeting held at Jamia Tul Hidaya, Jaipur.

According to him, the founder of the Jamia saw the need for modern education in madrasas and set out to provide it. Nowadays, many Islamic madrasas and universities offer contemporary education. As a result of modern religious education, Jamia Tul Hidaya graduates not only attend prestigious universities but also work for multinational companies and earn good salaries. When given equal opportunities, madrasa students can make their mark in any field, he said.
Moreover, he expressed his gratitude to the students for obtaining Sanad Globality and Sanad Afta and for the responsibilities they carry. By using it, it will not only enhance your study but also broaden your social sensibility.

According to Maulana Mujadadi, the university is fully prepared to assist and guide Jaipur students in their graduation and to improve their futures. He is interested in ensuring that graduates here are proficient in the Arabic language and religious books. They will be able to fulfill their conscience better in Arab countries and wherever they go. This will open doors for employment in Arab countries. Maulana Mujadadi also took a pledge from the students who obtained the certificate of Islam and Afta to respect their certificate.
Jamia Tul Hidaya is the first Islamic madrasah to establish two computer labs equipped with modern facilities in 1985 when there was no computer system in modern schools. As time progressed, the computer lab's reform process continued in four phases. There was a first phase in 1985 in which computers were purchased based on that period, and a second phase in 2002. The hardware hasn't changed since 2020, but the software is regularly updated. The third phase is from 2020 to 2022.
As a representative of Oman, Dr. Sheikh Ibrahim bin Nasser Al-Sawafi emphasized the importance of learning all languages in madrasas and all useful knowledge. He said that Jamita Al Hidayah's curriculum includes science, contemporary, and technical education. It is important for students to gain knowledge through hard work and dedication, and Islamic Madrasahs should emphasize this approach. In addition, he urged the students to work for the uplift and welfare of Islam and Muslims from here on.
Mufti Barkatullah Qasmi, who came from London, described Jamita Al Hidayah's characteristics and said, "What I have achieved in 30 years, you have accomplished in 12-13 years." Institutions should be present in every city to bridge the gap between ancient and modern civilizations. As a scholar of Islam, he stated that education in madrasas should encompass all types of education.
According to Dr. Mujahid Saleem, Founder Maulana Abdul Rahim had a broad vision and desire to establish a medical and engineering college here along with Jamia. It is encouraging to see Maulana Fazl-ur-Rahim Mujjadi Sahib following the same course.
This program also included Maqamat Rahimi (Gujarati language), and medals were awarded to the best performers. Additionally, certificates were given to students who had completed the English course.
Professor Mohsin Osmani was also among the speakers. Maulana Habib-ul-Rahim Mujjadi performed nizamat duties. Earlier, the guests were welcomed by giving moments.


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