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Governor to launch Ma’din Edu Park on Monday in Malappuram

MALAPPURAM:
The Malappuram based Madin Academy’s latest educational venture, the
Madin Edu Park will be inaugurated by Governor of Kerala Justice P.
Sadasivam on Monday. The newly built sprawling campus on the top of scenic
Kolay mount near Malappuram has extensive infrastructural facilities and
hosts several institutes. Speaker P.  Sreeramakrishnan will preside.
 
 The 60 acre campus can accommodate around 4,000 students. The
institutions in the campus include Madin Arts and Science College, College of
Integrated Studies, Technorium Reisdential Campus, Ample Shore, School for
the Blind, Vocational Training Institute, Higher Secondary School and  Scitech
Institute.  Madin Centre for Foreign Languages, Polytechnic College, Museum
and Research Centre, Mahabba Square are also part of the campus. A
residential centre named Hill View Garden meant for researchers and students
is also nearing completion inside the Edu Park which was built as part of the
Vicennium celebration of Madin. Chairman Sayyid Ibrahim Khaleel Al
Bukhari will deliver the Vicennium message in the inaugural session.
Kanthapuram A.P Abubacker Musliyar will be the key speaker. P.K
Kunhalikutty M.P, P. Ubaidullah M.L.A, A.P Abdul Kareem Haji will also
participate.
 
The head of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) Dr. Nassir
Abdulaziz Al Nasser will be the chief guest at the event. The Madin Academy
will also sign a MoU with the UNAOC for working together in the field of
cultural exchange and understanding. Madin Chairman Sayyid Ibrahim
Khaleel Al Bukhari had attended the UNAOC Global Forum last month in US.
Madin is the first Indian institute collaborating with the UNAOC which is an
initiative under the UN to improve understanding and cooperation among
nations and peoples across cultures and to reduce polarization at local and
global levels.

1. Ibn Battuta Conference ianuguration

Intl Conference on Ibn Battuta travels begins today

KOZHIKODE: The International Ibnu Battuta Conference on ‘travel, trade, traditions and trajectories’ will begin on Tuesday at Hilite Conference hall at Kozhikode. The two day conference is being organized by Madin Academy, Malappuram in association with various foreign universities, United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and Hamdard Foundation, Delhi. Morocco ambassador to India H.E. Mr. Mohamed Maliki will inaugurate the conference. The event named after medieval era Moroccan scholar and explorer Ibn Battuta will be marked with presentation of various research papers on civilization and intercontinental trade links of historical Malabar region which stretches across coastline of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. The conference will focus on early century Malabar and its international connection with global trading communities.
Scholars from USA, Caneda, Itlay, UK, China, UAE, Malaysia, Netherlands, Bangladesh will present papers on varied aspects of Ibn Battuta’s travel and its history. Prof. Ross Dunn from San Deigo State University, USA, will speak on Battuta’s social interactions. Dr. Sebastian Prange of the University of British Colombia, Canada will speak of the development of Islam on the Malabar Coast. Dr. Morgan Davis, Maxwell Institute, USA, Prof. Scott Kugle, Emori University, USA, Prof. Marco Ventura, University of Siena, Italy, Prof.MehrsdadShokooy of University of Greenwich, Prof.Baharul Islam, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla. Dr. Zhang Yuvanpeng, Director, Institute of World Economy, China, Dr.Shaojin Chai, Ministry of Culture, UAE, Dr. Mahmood Kooria, Leiden University, Netherlands, K.P Fabian, Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi, Dr.Ophira Gamliel, University of Glasgow Dr.KhoundkarAlamgir, National University, Bangladesh, and others will talk in various sessions of the conference.
The first International Ibnu Battuta Conference was held at Agadir University, Morocco in 2017. The Kozhikode which is hosting the second edition of the conference has significance in travels of Ibn Battuta who introduced the port city as one of the safest in the world during that time.

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Month long campaign to mark the end of Ma’din Vicennium celebrations

MALAPPURAM: Ma’din Vicennium, the three years long campaign of the 20th anniversary of Malappuram based Ma’din Academy will conclude with a three day Grand Vicennium Conference at Malappuram. The event will be held from December 27 to 30.
Prior to the Valedictory conference, Ma’din is conducting various event s throughout the month including international seminars. The Vicennium events are being organized in collaboration with various international bodies and universities including United Nations. The convocation of Ma’din students, academic summits and spiritual congregations are also part of the major Grand Conference. Spiritual leaders, international dignitaries, academicians and scholar will attend various events on the sidelines of the month long programme.
The events will begin with Vicennium Sneha Yatra which will cover all the districts in the state besides Nilgiri and Coimbatore district in Tamil Nadu as part of the conclusion of the celebrations. The Yatra will be flagged of on December 2, jointly by Kanthapuram A.P Abubacker Musliyar and Ma’din Chairman Sayyid Ibrahim Khaleel Al Bukhari at Hosangadi in Kasaragod and conclude on Thiruvananthapuram on December 15.
The Ma’din is also hosting the second edition of the International Ibnu Battuta Conference on ‘travel, trade, traditions and trajectories’ as part of the Vicennium. The two day event will be held at Kozhikode on December 4 and 5. Morocco ambassador to India H.E. Mr. Mohamed Maliki will inaugurate the conference and attended by researchers and academicians from 20 countries.

December 6 and 7 would mark with Fiqh study camp led by prominent scholars which will discuss the nuances in Fiqh discourse. The M Light conference for women is slated to held on December 8.
The Vicennium Guard Conference will be held on December 17. The newly built Ma’din Edu Park campus will also be inaugurated on the same day by Justice P. Sadasivam, Governor of Kerala.
Muhadasa Arabiya completion and language seminar will take place on December 18 as part of the Fiesta Arabiya campaign which marks the world Arabic language day.
Ma’din Academy is organizing an academic seminar on renowned Sufi literature, the Adhkiya on December 20 in association with Islamic Chair of the University of Calicut.
December 23 will mark with the Multaqal Ashraf Sadath gathering and beginning of three day Majlisunnaseeha speech series by prominent scholars.
The Inner Eye, a programme to felicitate highly successful persons with vision disabilities will be held on December 25. Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, CPM state secretary will be the chief guest at the event.
A get-together of young research scholar will be held on December 26 which will be attended by research scholars from various universities in India and abroad. A unique silent seminar of speech impaired persons will also be held on the same day after noon. The Vicennium valedictory session will begin on December 27 and conclude on 30the with a mass conference.
Those who are interested to participate as a delegate can register online at www.vicennium.info. For more details call9633158822, 9645600072

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Madin Vicennium Delegate Registration Started

As the Ma’din Academy gears to host the Vicennium, 20th anniversary of the Academy, registration for the delegates was inaugurated by H.E Nejmeddine LAKHAL, Tunisian ambassador to India. The ceremony was held in New Delhi in the presence of Sayyid Ibrahimul Khaleel Al Bukhari, chairman of Ma’din Academy.

The Vicennium conference, with 20 different sessions, will be held on 27 – 30 December 2018 in Malappuram district of Kerala state, India. The delegates can register for the important sessions like Spiritual Retreat, International Ibn Battuta conference, Malabar Moorings Seminar, National Scholars Meet, Islamic Finance Conference, Lingua Magia, Young Researchers’ Consortium, Able World Summit, Knowledge Retreat, Interfaith Conference and Vicennium Grand Conference.

The Vicennium conference is in collaboration with various National and international Universities, UN associated initiatives and government and non government agencies.

To register as delegate visit www.vicennium.info/delreg. Contact number: 9744748497, 8129910327.

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Month long campaign to mark the end of Ma’din Vicennium celebrations

MALAPPURAM:  Ma’din Vicennium, the three years long campaign of the
20 th  anniversary of Malappuram based Ma’din Academy will conclude with a
three day Grand Vicennium Conference at Malappuram. The event will be held
from December 27 to 30. 
Prior to the Valedictory conference, Ma’din is conducting various event s
throughout the month including international seminars. The Vicennium
events are being organized in collaboration with various international bodies
and universities including United Nations. The convocation of Ma’din
students, academic summits and spiritual congregations are also part of the
major Grand Conference. Spiritual leaders, international dignitaries,
academicians and scholar will attend various events on the sidelines of the
month long programme.
The events will begin with Vicennium Sneha Yatra which will cover all the
districts in the state besides Nilgiri and Coimbatore district in Tamil Nadu as
part of the conclusion of the celebrations. The Yatra will be flagged of on
December 2, jointly by Kanthapuram A.P Abubacker Musliyar and Ma’din
Chairman Sayyid Ibrahim Khaleel Al Bukhari at Hosangadi in Kasaragod and
conclude on Thiruvananthapuram on December 15.
The Ma’din is also hosting the second edition of the International Ibnu Battuta
Conference on ‘travel, trade, traditions and trajectories’ as part of the
Vicennium. The two day event will be held at Kozhikode on December 4 and 5.
Morocco ambassador to India H.E. Mr. Mohamed Maliki will inaugurate the
conference and attended by researchers and academicians from 20 countries.
 

December 6 and 7 would mark with Fiqh study camp led by prominent
scholars which will discuss the nuances in Fiqh discourse.  The M Light
conference for women is slated to held on December 8.
The Vicennium Guard Conference will be held on December 17. The newly
built Ma’din Edu Park campus will also be inaugurated on the same day by
Justice P. Sadasivam, Governor of Kerala.
Muhadasa Arabiya completion and language seminar will take place on
December 18 as part of the Fiesta Arabiya campaign which marks the world
Arabic language day.
Ma’din Academy is organizing an academic seminar on renowned Sufi
literature, the Adhkiya on December 20 in association with Islamic Chair of
the University of Calicut.
December 23 will mark with the Multaqal Ashraf Sadath gathering and
beginning of three day Majlisunnaseeha speech series by prominent scholars.
The Inner Eye, a programme to felicitate highly successful persons with vision
disabilities will be held on December 25. Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, CPM state
secretary will be the chief guest at the event.
A get-together of young research scholar will be held on December 26 which
will be attended by research scholars from various universities in India and
abroad. A unique silent seminar of speech impaired persons will also be held
on the same day after noon. The Vicennium valedictory session will begin on
December 27 and conclude on 30the with a mass conference.
Those who are interested to participate as a delegate can register online
at www.vicennium.info. For more details call9633158822, 9645600072

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Mass Pledge for Unity in Ma’din Grand Assembly

Malappuram: Thousands took the pledge to uphold the national spirit of India and loyal to its heritage and cultural diversity at Garand Assembly held in Ma’din Campus, Malappuram in connection with the 69th Republic Day of India. The special event, as part of Ma’din Academy’s 20th anniversary celebrations called Vicennium, was held in all its solemnity and grandeur.
Ma’din Chairman Sayyid Ibrahimul Khaleel Al Bukhari administered the oath to 15000 attendees including students and staffs of the various Ma’din institutes.
They took a pledge to uphold the integrity and unity of the country and to be in a constant vigil against evil forces who spoil the harmony and togetherness among the people.
“The three colours on our national flag saffron, white and green symbolises sacrifice of the millions who died fighting for it and peace and prosperity that prevails in our nation. It reminds of our responsibility that we have towards our nation”, Sayyid Bukhari reminded. He also added that the love of the birth land is part of Islamic teachings.
Ma’din chairman also declared the plan for holding 100 harmony meets across the country as part of the Vicennium which ends with a mammoth conference on 27-30 December 2018.
Parade of students holding the national flag, grand salute, balloon flag display, national anthem, march-past by Students Police Cadet were organized. Forty delegates from Malaysia and fifty representatives of different social organisations from Karnataka were the special guests.
Sayyid Farooq Jamalullaili, Muhammed Noufal Kodur, Abdul Jaleel Saqafi Kadalundi delivered felicitation speech.
Ma’din Academy, based in Malappuram, is an umbrella body of various academic and charity institutes with 22000 students. The Academy is a partner in G20 Interfaith Summit, World Interfaith Harmony Week initiative under United Nations and International Peace Forum. It has collaborations with 7 international universities and academic centres.

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