KU organises lecture on philosophy of Meraj-un–Nabi (SAW)
Srinagar June 16: Mufti Nazir Ahmad Qasmi, head mufti of Darul Uloom Raheemiya Bandipora Saturday delivered a lecture on the philosophy of Meraj-un-Nabi (SAW) at the University of Kashmir.
The lecture was organised by the Department of Students Welfare.
A KU spokesman said Mufti Nazir Ahmad Qasmi talked about various aspects of the philosophy of Meraj-un–Nabi (SAW) and said that there is a “salvation for mankind in the philosophy behind Shab-e Meraj,”
Mufti Nazir appreciated the role of Kashmir University in organizing such lectures.”This would certainly help us in making our younger generation aware about so many issues confronting us,” Mufti Nazir said.
He later joined an interactive session where scholars and students asked him questions on varied issues.
Prof A R Yusuf former Dean Academic Affairs appreciated the way Mufti Nazir comes forward to interact with the youth and makes them understand the teachings of Islam.
Prof Yusuf called upon the KU authorities to organise more such lectures in future for the benefit of the society at large.
Dean Students Welfare Prof Nilofar Khan spelled out various activities taken by the department for the welfare of students and society. She said that “it is because of the initiatives of DSW that our students have done exceptionally well in different debates and writing competitions held within or outside the state.”
Assistant Dean Students Welfare Showkat Shafi conducted the proceedings of the event and also presented vote of thanks.
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