IUST’s Islamic Studies Deptt Holds Lecture On ‘Future Of Muslim Youth’

Awantipora- Department of Islamic Studies, Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST), held an online lecture on “Future of Muslim Youth?” organised under its ‘Monthly Online Lecture Series’.

The lecture was presided over by Dean Research and Controller Examinations IUST, Prof. Haroon Rashid Naik, who in his presidential remarks appreciated expertise of the speaker and expressed his appreciation over these regular intellectual exchanges at the University and congratulated the department for conducting such resourceful programmes, a Varsity spokesperson said.

He said that the founder of Parenting Uncomplicated and motivational speaker from the US, Iram Bint Safia, who was the invited speaker delivered a special lecture in which she deliberated upon the theme by emphasizing the role and importance of Muslim youth irrespective of geographical fences.

Earlier, he said, the Head, Department of Islamic Studies, Afroz Ahmad Bisati, introduced the theme of the lecture and delivered the welcome address, while, Associate Dean School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr. Munejah Khan and Prof. Abdul Rashid Bhat also shared their valuable remarks related to the topic.

“The lecture was followed by a vibrant discussion and attended by research scholars, faculty members and students of the Department of Islamic Studies, with many participants from other universities within India and abroad. Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Gh.Nabi and moderated by Dr. Riyaz Ahmad Sheikh, both faculty members at the Department of Islamic Studies,” the Varsity spokesperson added.

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