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54 students trained at JMI cleared UPSC (Main) Exam

Word For Peace Fifty-four students who were given coaching and training by Residential Coaching Academy (RCA), JMI have cleared Civil Services (Main) Examination 2019. These candidates will now appear for interview. As a part of the University’s commitment to nation-building the students are provided free accommodation, library facility, classroom teaching, practice tests, etc. Subject to availability of seats, JMI will …

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(India) Salma Mahfooz: World’s First Muslim Woman Phd In Sanskrit

Word For Peace Born as Salma Begum in a Muslim family of a small town Dibai, District Bulandshahar in the northern state of India, Uttar Pradesh, she went on to become the first Muslim woman in the world to do her PhD in Sanskrit (1969), India’s ancient language. After marriage she changed her name to Salma Mahfooz. “My father, Ishtiaque Ahmed …

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Ibn Arabi’s vision for a fully human global civilisation

Word For Peace James Morris: The answer to your question is paradoxical, because almost all of Ibn Arabi’s writings are in very learned Arabic. They presuppose all the fields of religious learning that only a small group of religious scholars would know. So how can somebody who wrote for such a small audience be so influential later on, far beyond the Arabic-speaking world? …

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