The training program was organized by Dawah Center for Women (DCW), IIUI for female teachers from colleges and universities in which as many as 34 female teachers from different cities of four provinces had participated, a press release said.
Chairing the concluding ceremony Rector IIUI Prof. Dr. Muhammad Masoom Yasinzai said that role of women is pivotal in nation building, while female teachers have more responsibility in spreading true teachings of Islam in Islamic societies. He highlighted the role of women in society and called upon the Muslim societies to provide best opportunities to women.
He said, “Holy Book Quran is a complete code of life and the follower of teaching of Islam can never be unsuccessful. Whereas, to explore the teachings of Quran and to strengthen our faith, the teaching and learning should be the motto of each Muslim, the way we can be successful not only in the world but also in the eternal world.”
During the two weeks long training, course participants remained involved in different academic activities and also visited different places of twin cities. While, comprehensive sessions on significant topics based on Islamic teachings in Quran and Sunnah, the role of women in an Islamic society, teachings of Quran and Islamic ideologies, Islamic practices for women in domestic and practical life, were also covered during the training program.
Source: The Nation