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Quran Translation Made a Compulsory Subject in Pakistani Universities

The Higher Education Commission mandates Holy Quran Translation study.

According to a letter from HEC Adviser (Education, Curriculum and NAHE) Mohammad Raza Chauhan, universities and degree-granting institutions (DAIs) need to offer a course on the study of the Holy Quran for Muslim students. which should include translation, interpretation, and interpretation.

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The message said the course would not be awarded credit and would carry no additional grades or credit hours. Beginning in the fall of 2023, this translation of the Holy Quran course will be required of all undergraduate students.

Selection of the Subject

The selection was made in response to Senate Resolution 533, which was approved on January 16, 2023. HEC also requires universities and DAIs to file compliance reports by June 30.

In summary, the teaching of the Holy Quran in Pakistani universities will now be an integral part of undergraduate education with the aim of providing students with a deep understanding of their faith and its principles.

The Book Of Allah

The Holy Quran is the last book revealed by Allah to Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) and is the central religious text of Islam. It is organized into 114 chapters (suras), which consist of verses (Ayats).

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