Jamia Binoria

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Jamia Binoria Aalamia
الجامعۃ البنوریۃ العالمیۃ
Jamia Binoria Logo.svg
TypeIslamic university
Established1979 (1398 Hijri)
FounderMufti Muhammad Naeem
Religious affiliation
Sunni Islam
(Hanafi school, Deobandi movement)
Academic affiliations
Wifaq ul Madaris
Board of Islamic Sciences
ChancellorNoman Naeem
Vice-ChancellorNoman Naeem
RectorFarhan Naeem
Students8,000 (total)
Location, ,
Pakistan
CampusUrban, 12 acres (4.9 ha)
Websitewww.binoria.org

Jamia Binoria Aalamia is an Islamic educational institute in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is regarded as one of the most modern madrassas.[1][2][3] Noman Naeem is the principal (chancellor) of the seminary.

History[edit]

Jamia Binoria was founded by Mufti Muhammed Naeem in 1978 (Rajab 1398 AH).[4][5] It is affiliated to Ittehad Tanzeematul Madaris-e-Deeniya (ITMD), a confederacy of five religious education boards.[6] At one time, Jamiah Binoria is said to have had the highest enrollment of foreign students in Pakistan. The international enrollment dropped following the September 11, 2001 attacks.[7] In 2005, it had around 3,000 male and 500 female students, including students from United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany and East Asia.[7] Jamia Binoria also has ifta courses for women, thereafter calling them "muftia" (female Muftis).[8]

On 23 June 2020, Noman Naeem was appointed as the chancellor (or Principal) of the seminary following the death of his father Mufti Muhammad Naeem on 20 June 2020.[9]

Departments[edit]

Jamia Binoria has the following departments:[citation needed]

  • Administration Department
  • Computer Department
  • Dar-ul-Iftaa Department
  • Department of Books (Kutub)
  • Department of Hifz-ul-Quran
  • Department of Publication
  • Department of Tajweed-ul-Quran
  • Department of Takhassus
  • Department of weekley akhbarul madaris
  • Department of Writer
  • Madrasa-tul-Banat (Female Section)
  • Department Fundraising (Call Center)

Chancellors[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Renowned religious scholar Mufti Naeem passes away in Karachi". The Express Tribune. 20 June 2020. Retrieved 12 July 2021.
  2. ^ "'Terror' school turns out to be moderate madrassa - CNN.com". edition.cnn.com. Retrieved 12 July 2021.
  3. ^ "Inside a madrassa in Pakistan | Pakistan Today". archive.pakistantoday.com.pk. Retrieved 12 July 2021.
  4. ^ Karachi in the Twenty-First Century: Political, Social, Economic and Security Dimensions. 22 February 2016. ISBN 9781443889346.
  5. ^ "Introduction to Jamia Binoria". Jamia Binoria. Archived from the original on 8 August 2004.
  6. ^ Hasan Mansoor. 'Spellbound in Seminaries' Archived 2010-03-05 at the Wayback Machine 18 June 2006
  7. ^ a b 'Madrassas ask for foreign support' BBC News, 2 September 2005
  8. ^ "Remembering Mufti Naeem of Jamia Binoria". July 2020.
  9. ^ a b Zia Ur Rehman (24 June 2020). "Mufti Naeem's son Sheikh Noman to head Jamia Binoria as new principal". thenews.com.pk. Retrieved 24 June 2020.

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