Certificate Awarding Ceremony of 'Teacher Training for Arabic College Teachers'

Nov 09, 2017

The All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama Education Division, with the coordination of the Federation of Sri Lanka Arabic Colleges jointly conducted a four months’ Arabic College Teacher Training Course through the Open University of Sri Lanka.

A Certificate Awarding Ceremony for those successfully completed the training course took place today, 2017.11.09, at the Auditorium of the Open University of Sri Lanka, Nawala.

The Ceremony commenced at 10.00 a.m. with Qirath and the Welcome Speech was addressed by Dr.S. Kugamoorthy, the Head of Secondary & Tertiary Education of the Colombo Open University said   that it was an achievement of the Education Faculty for producing such a training course for the Religious Scholars.

While Professor P.C.P. Jaufer, the Head of Education Faculty, was addressing presented some explanations on the Teaching Methodology and advised the Scholars on certain guidelines in teaching.

The Guest Speaker was Ash-Sheikh Mufti M.I.M. Rizwe, the President of the All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama, while speaking said all Scholars should step forward in different types of professional courses. He further said that all the activities of All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama were carried forward in developing unity, coexistence along with good education.

Following the address of the President, Certificates and monuments were awarded. Finally, Dr. F. M. Nawastheen completed the Ceremony with vote of thanks. Ash-Sheikh M.M.A. Mubarak, General Secretary and Ash-Sheikh M.S.M. Thassim, Asst. Secretary of All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama also glorified the event.

This is a historical event that basically develops the sovereignty of the Religious Scholars. Without doubt an intellectual society could be produced in the future if different varieties of professional training courses are organized with proper planning.

ACJU - Media Division

 

 

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