Three-day teacher training workshop has started under the banner of Nizam-ul-Madaris Pakistan. Hundreds of teachers belonging to over 200 religious seminaries attended the workshop. The educational experts delivered lectures on the most effective and modern ways of teachings on the first day of the workshop. They emphasized the need for bringing about changes in the teaching methodology and the use of technology in Madaris. The demonstration of various methods was made before the teachers to help them improve upon their instructional skills.
Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League organized a training workshop regarding Fahm-e-Deen software in collaboration with the Directorate of Training MQI. The Training workshop was attended in-house by a central executive team of MWL and MWL office-holders from Karachi, Kashmir, KPK, Sindh and Balochistan joined online.
Minhaj Interfaith and Welfare Foundation dispatched relief material including food grains,portable water, ready-to-eat food items, clothes, candles and items of sanitation to flood affected areas of Konkan. The first batch carrying 8 tonnes of relief material reached Chiplun after an arduous journey on July 28.
Minhaj College Manchester presents the "Living Legacy Festival" to be held on Saturday 20th November in UK. Special Guest & Keynote Speaker: Shaykh Hammad Mustafa al-Madani al-Qadri. This will be a unique event with entertainment, nasheeds along with talks from distinguished scholars from around the world.