The World Federation's India office, in partnership with India Federation, conducted their seventh annual residential youth camp at Moloobhoy Sanatorium, Khandala in the month of May 2018.
This Ramadan 1440, The World Federation India Office and India Federation joined together and held Youth discussion groups.
The objective to hold these discussion circles is to get young scholars and youths closer to each other by having an open dialogue of important issues which matters to them. The topic of discussion was: Living harmoniously in a multi-religious society as per Teachings of Islam.
The sessions were held at midnight on the weekends to make it convenient for all to take part. Each session lasted for as long as 3 hours.
Maulana, Sayyed Zaki Hasan Noori Sahab, a renowned scholar in Mumbai conducted the event. The sessions had a casual setting which allowed the participants to speak openly and were encouraged to ask questions. Refreshments were served.
In total 62 youths participated and benefited from the discussions. The participants included Business-Men, Corporate Professionals, Doctors, Chartered Accountants, MBAs, Bankers and Students. The target age group was 25 to 40 years.
Venue, Number of Participants, and Timings
Session1: 11th May 2019
Bandra Khoja Masjid – 42 participants – 11pm to 2am
Session2: 18th May 2019
|Mehfile Mustafa, Juhu Kapaswadi Andheri – 22 participants – 11pm to 2am|
The World Federation President recently travelled to the India office to discuss various upcoming projects, in addition to this there were specific discussions surrounding Islamic Education, alongside events catering for the youth.
Updated 20 August 2013
Keeping up with modern times, most Madaris in India are upgrading themselves to teach in English Language, use modern teaching techniques and follow a systematic academic year procedure just like schools do.
One such madrasah is Panjetani Development Trust in Mumbai. This madrasah is situated opposite Khoja Masjid at H. Abbas (as) street and is very close to The World Federation India Office. The madrasah is run by the youth under the guidance of prominent Ulema.