The teaching of the Holy Quran and Seerat-un-Nabi was made compulsory in the Universities

During a Senate meeting on Monday, a resolution was unanimously passed, recommending that the teachings of the Holy Quran with translation, tajweed and tafseer be made compulsory in all Pakistani universities for students of all majors.

The resolution stipulated that lectures should not be included in examinations for the award of additional grades. Thus, the students’ focus will remain on acquiring the learning and knowledge of the Holy Quran.

Another resolution was unanimously passed by the Senate, which recommended that the Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) Sirat be given to the youth.

Besides, the Senate also unanimously passed another resolution, which sought ways to avoid blocking roads during tours of foreign cricket teams.

The resolution recommended the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to construct hotels meeting international standards at the stadium complexes in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Multan and Karachi.

These hotels should have easy access to the stadium for players and team officials. These hotels will not only be beneficial for international cricket but also useful for PSL and important domestic matches.



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