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Muslims must take part in nation building process, Says Hyderali Shihab Thangal.

Bhimpur, (West Bengal)

The newly-built academic building in the off-campus of DHIU, West Bengal was inaugurated by Sayyid Hyderali Shihab Thangal, the Chancellor. 

 Sayyid Hyderali Shihab Thangal said that Muslims should painstakingly take part in the nation building process process premised on ideas like religious freedom, democracy and human equality. In a public gathering presided over by Bahaudheen Muhammad Nadwi, He emphasized that the Muslim students should come out with ventures that involve themselves in strong administrative system of India. He, while addressing the public soon after the inauguration session, asked the students' generation of the Muslims to assure their presence in significant positions like military and civil services. Since education is the key factor of sustained development of the entire society, the Darul Huda model of education implemented in Kerala is also meant to spread all over the country including Bengal, he added.

He also laid foundation stone for a proposed Masjid in the campus. The deputy minister for minority affairs and Madrassa education Muhamad Giyasuddin Mulla and the Fisheries Minister Chandranatha Sinha were invited chief guests. 


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Darul huda students union is working as the coordinating factor between the UG colleges of Darul huda Islamic university . DSU aims the educational innovation and academic growth of Darul huda students. To bring out the fresh researchers on the significant fields of Islamic studies, DSU organizes an academic conference on “Branches of knowledge in Islam: growth and development” . The conference focuses on the different fields, areas and discussions of the subject. For this, we invite expert and interested students to share and expose the relevant viewpoints related to the conference theme.


Islam has a great legacy of knowledge transmission in the world. It produced its own culture in the knowledge. The contribution of Islam in the knowledge culture can’t be erased. It contributed dozens of branches of knowledge, hundreds of libraries, thousands of scholars and lakhs of books to the world with in the few centuries. Though the area is wide and large, still the major parts in this area remain un studied and unnoticed. The conference aims to set a wider platform for expert and interested students to exchange their knowledge related to the sub themes of the conference.


Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Different branches of knowledge in Islam like Thafseer, Hadeeth, Aqeeda, Fiqh etc
Stages of growth of Islamic branches of knowledge
Important scholars and Kitabs in different areas
Influence of external culture and branches of knowledge
Methodologies in writing Kitabs
Participation of non Muslims in different fields of Islamic branches of knowledge
Modern scholars and contributions
Growth of Islamic branches of knowledge and scholars in India


Abstract submission deadline         : 20/12/2016

Notification of accepted abstracts  : 22/12/2016

Full paper submission deadline      : 3/01/2017

Seminar                                          : 7/01/2017


The medium of conference would be only in English, Arabic and Malayalam. Papers submitted in other languages will not be entertained.


Senior Secondary, Degree students of Darul huda UG colleges


Authors will be given 10- 15 minutes for presentation of the paper.


For the accepted presenters, food will be provided during the conference period. The participants will be responsible for their travel expenses.


University auditorium,

Darul huda Islamic Univesity,

Chemmad, Malappuram, Kerala, India


All Communications related to this Seminar are only to:

 For more information:  9847 905 677

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 Kuala Lumpur: Prof. Dr. Bahauddeen Muhammed Nadwi, the Vice Chancellor of Darul Huda Islamic University, attended the Arab-Asian Global Higher Education Summit organized by the Association of Arab Universities. A meeting point for Vice Chancellors and Rectors of universities from Asian and 60 universities from the Association of Arab Universities (AArU), the four-day summit was held at University Science Islam Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.

      During the summit, the Vice Chancellor held a special meeting with Prof. Dr. Sultan Abu Orabi, Secretary General of the AArU, and discussed the possibilities of various collaborations.

      After the Summit, the Vice Chancellor departed to Brunei Darussalam to attend as an invited guest at the convocation ceremony of Sultan Sharif Ali Islamic University, with which DHIU was signed a memorandum of understanding recently.