Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba

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Islami Jammiat -e- Talaba Pakistan
اسلامی جمیعت طلبہ پاکستان
Central President Sohaib-ud-Din Kakakhel
Secretary_general Muhammad Amir
Asst secretary General Mustaqeem Mueen
Irfan Haider
Founded 23 December 1947, Lahore
Headquarters Ichhra, Lahore, Pakistan
Ideology Islamism, Patriotism, Political Islam, Revolutionary, Panislamism
Slogan "To build the lives of human beings on the exact parameters of Allah's orders and teachings of Prophet Muhammad to seek absolute obedience of Allah"

Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba Pakistan (Urdu: اسلامی جمعیت طلبہ ‎) is one of the largest and most organised student organisations in Pakistan. IJT influenced mainly by the works of Late Syed Abul-Ala Maududi. It is an Islamic organization whose stated mission is to preach Islam to students of modern institutions throughout Pakistan.From the 1970s till about the early 1990s it was also the main ideological engine powering the concept of Political Islam on the country’s university and college campuses. It attempts to promote its vision of Islamic values and glorify the image of Islam through various means. Its main fields are the modern educational institutions i.e. colleges and universities across Pakistan, though many local sub-divisions are active at school level like Bazm-e-sathi .

It has a counterpart of the same ideology but with a complete, separate and independent structure and organisation, known as Jamiat Talaba Arabia. (JT Arabia works in religious institutions).

The headquarters of Islami Jamiat Talaba is in the city of Lahore, Pakistan. Jamiat was founded on 23 December 1947 in Lahore, and is one of the oldest student organizations in Pakistan. Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba is not based on language and ethnic origin. The feminine counterpart, with the same ideology but with a separate structure and organisation, is known as Islami Jamiat-e-Talibaat.


Islami Jamiat Talaba's purpose is "To build the lives of human beings on the exact parameters of Allah's orders and teachings of Muhammad to seek absolute obedience of Allah"[citation needed].

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