۱۲ آذر ۱۴۰۱ |۹ جمادی‌الاول ۱۴۴۴ | Dec 3, 2022
Indian delegation

a group of directors of Indian seminaries, who are graduates of Jamiat Al-Zahra (PBUH) University, attended the short-term skill-building course and discussed bilateral cooperation in the future.

Hawzah News Agency- a group of Indian seminary scholars and managers, who are graduates of Jamiat Al-Zahra (PBUH) University, attended the short-term skill-building course at the University.

These female students were managers from the seminaries in Kashmir, Kolkata, Gujarat, Allahabad, Pune, Bangalore and Delhi, who entered Jamiat Al-Zahra (PBUH) University for pilgrimage and a short-term course in management.

This course, in addition to expanding the relationship of Jamiat Al-Zahra University with the Indian graduates, was held with the aim of rejuvenating, improving the ability of graduates in management, counseling, and teaching, responding to religious inquires and propaganda, examining problems and collaborating in efforts in order to solve them.

During this course, in addition to workshops on Ghadir and answering religious inquiries, Ashura Day, and confronting superstitions, the method of answering jurisprudential questions, Mahdism in religions, the Indian seminary graduates also paid visits to specialized centers and international cultural educational institutions; Also, spiritual and cultural programs, think-tank meetings were among the other programs of this course.

It must be noted that during this visit several separate meetings were held with the director of the international office of Jamiat Al-Zahra (PBUH) University, and the risks and opportunities that might occur in the path of propagating religion and Islamic teachings were discussed.

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