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International Islamic University Chittagong

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Center for University Requirement Courses (CENURC)

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A. Faculty of Shari‘ah and Islamic Studies [Departments of QSIS, SHIS and DIS]

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Course Code

Course Title

Credit

Contact

No.

 

 

Hour

Hour

 

 

 

 

 

1

UREL- 1101

Elementary English

02

03

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URAL- 1103 for foreign Student

Elementary Arabic (Expression,

 

 

 

 

Composition & Conversation)

 

 

2

UREL- 1202

Intermediate English

02

03

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URAL- 1204 for foreign Student

Intermediate Arabic (Literature &

 

 

 

 

Text)

 

 

3

UREL- 2303

Advanced English

03

03

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URAL- 2305 for foreign Student

Advanced Arabic (Rhetorical

 

 

 

 

Sciences “Ilmul Balaghah)

 

 

4

URIS- 3608

Biography of Prophet (SAAS)

03

03

 

 

 

 

 

5

URIH- 4701

A Survey of Islamic History

01

02

 

 

 

 

 

6

URBS- 4802

Bangladesh Studies

02

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total 6 Courses

13

16

 

 

 

 

 

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Course Title: Elementary English

Course Code: UREL -1101

 

 

Credit Hours: 2 (two) Hours

Contact Hours: 3 Hours. (Per week)

Objectives of This Course:

1.This course has been designed with a view to providing the students with the basic knowledge of English language and its grammar.

2.As this is a course meant for the students of Shari‟ah faculty, special care has been taken while designing it keeping the fact in mind that they are to be taught from the elementary level. This will help them to learn English without being afraid of it. This will enhance their confidence level of using English more correctly than before.

Course Outline:

Section-01: Mid-term examination (Grammar-15, Reading-10, Writing-05 = 30 marks)

Chapter -1 Grammar

1.Sentence and its kinds(definition of sentence, characteristics, different kinds of sentences with their structures, sentences according to expression and according to structure),

2.Parts of Speech (definition, kinds, finding out different parts of speech from the sentences)

3.Conjugation of Verbs ( different kinds of verb forms and their uses in different sentences)

4.Sentence patterns (formation of sentences using the model structures used in the reading materials)

Chapter-2 Reading: Students will have to attempt unseen comprehension to test comprehensive ability. They will be taught the following comprehensions so that they can be familiar with the type and nature of question for the exam.

Section: 1A,1B,2B,5B,7A, 7B

Text Book: Exercises in Reading Comprehension

Edited by: E.L. Tibbitts Longman House Harlow Essex , UK

Chapter-3 1. Writing Paragraph (Both open and guided paragraphs will be discussed and students will be trained how to write a paragraph effectively)

2.Picture Description (Students will be taught how to describe short pictures in the class)

Section-02: Final Examination (Grammar-25, Reading-15, Writing-10 = 50 marks)

Chapter-4

Grammar

 

1.

Tenses and their Aspect (Structure, uses, filling the gaps with appropriate

 

 

verbs, using right form of verbs, correction related with tense)

 

2.

Infinitive, Participle, Gerund & Verbal Nouns (Identification from given

 

 

sentences, Uses & Joining sentences with them.)

Chapter-5

Grammar

 

3.

Same Words Used as Different Parts of Speech.

 

4.

Use of Preposition.

 

 

3

 

5. Use of Common Conjunction

 

6. Capitalization and correcting the spelling errors of the common English

 

words

Chapter-6

Reading: Students will have to attempt unseen comprehension to test

 

comprehensive ability. They will be taught the following comprehensions so that

 

they can be familiar with the type and nature of question for the exam.

 

Section: 11A,12B,13B, 16B,17A, 17B, 18B

 

Text Book: Exercises in Reading Comprehension

 

Edited by: E.L. Tibbitts

 

Longman House Harlow

 

Essex, UK

 

 

Chapter-7

Writing:

 

Personal letter and E-mail

Chapter-8

Writing:

 

Application to the Head of Institution

Books Recommended:

1.Raymond Murphy, Intermediate English Grammar, Foundation Books, 2/19 Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi-110002, Manas Saikia, 1995. (Published by arrangement with Cambridge University Press, The Edinburgh Building, and Shaftsbury Road, Cambridge CB2 2RU, U.K.).

2.Wren & Martin, High School English Grammar and Composition-, New Delhi, S. Chand & Company Ltd. 2002.

3.Thomson & Martinet, Practical English Grammar, Oxford University Press, Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, 1993 (reprinted in India by arrangement with Oxford University Press).

4.Michael A. Pyle and Mary Ellen Munoz, Cliffs TOEFL Preparation Guide, New Delhi, BPB Publications, B-14, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001, 1992.

5.Bruce Rogers, Peterson‟s TOEFL Success, Princeton, New Jersey, Peterson‟s, 2000.

6.AS Hornby, Oxford Advanced Learner‟s Dictionary of Current English, Oxford University Press, 2002-2003.

7.Chowdhury & Hossain, Advanced English, Dhaka, Sayma Chowdhury and Halima Chowdhury, 2004

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URAL-1103:ةداًنا زيز

تثداحًناو ءاشَلإاو سٍبعخنا :ةداًنا ىسا

ثاعاس 3 :ثاسضاحًنا ددع

)ٌاخعاس( 2 :ةدًخعًنا ثاعاسنا

:ةداًنا فادهأ

.بٙث سذؾزٌاٚ خ١ثشؼٌا خغٌٍا ٍٝػ خثبزىٌا حسذمِٚ ُ٘شئبّػ ٟف بّػ ش١جؼزٌا ٍٝػ ةلاطٌا حسذمِ خ١ّٕر -1

. خفٍزخّـٌا حب١ؾٌا فلاِٛ ُئلا٠ بّث خؾ١ظفٌا خ١ثشؼٌا خغٌٍا ف١ظٛر ِٓ ةلاؾٌا ت٠سذر -2

.ؼعبٌٕا ٟػبّزعلاا يبظرلااٚ ، عبٕللإاٚ ،ذمٌٕاٚ ،حسٚبؾّـٌا ٍٝػ حسذمٌا ةلاطٌا ةبغوإ -3

.ُٕٙؽٚٚ ُٕٙ٠ذٌ خؼفبٌٕا دلابغٌّا ٞف ب٘سبّضزعاٚ خ٠ش١جؼزٌا ُٙراسذلٚ خ١ثدلأا ةلاطٌا ت٘اِٛ خ١ّٕر -4

.خللاؽٚ حأشعٚ خمضث ْٚذ٠ش٠ بّػ سذؾزٌا ِٓ ةلاطٌا ٓ١ىّر -5

.خ١ثشؼٌا خغٌٍبث ُٙفؽاٛػٚ ُ٘شػبشِٚ ُ٘سبىفأ ٓػ ش١جؼزٌا خ١ف١و ٍٝػ ةلاطٌا ت٠سذر -6

.دبػٛػٌّٛا خغٌبؼِ ٟف بٙؽششٚ صٛظٌٕا غؼث ض١خٍر ٍٝػ ةلاطٌا ذ٠ٛؼر -7

:ةداًنا ثادسفي ةجزد 30 :مصفنا فصَ زابخخا( :لولأا ءزجنا

 

.ت١ٌبعلأاٚ عاٛٔلأا ،خ١ّ٘لأا ،ف٠شؼزٌا :ءبشٔلإاٚ ش١جؼزٌا -1

ٌٝٚلأا حذؽٌٛا

 

 

.ءاضؼٌا خٌبعسٚ ،ةبزؼٌا خٌبعسٚ ،ساززػلاا خٌبعس :ًئبعشٌا -2

 

 

 

.خ١ثشؽٚ ،خ١عب١عٚ ،خ١ٕ٠د ةؾخ : ِٓ طربّٔ :خثبطخٌا

خ١ٔبضٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

 

.خ١ِٛ١ٌا داشوزٌّا -2 .طرٌّٕٛا غِ خظمٌا خثبزو خم٠شؽ :خظمٌا -1

خضٌبضٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

 

 

)50 :ثاجزدنا :مصفنا تٌاهَ زابخخا( :ًَاثنا ءزجنا

 

خ١ِلاعلإا حٛػذٌا خ١ّ٘أ - :خفٍزخِيا دبػٛػٌّٛا يٛؽ دلابمٌّا ءبشٔإ

خؼثاشٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

خ١ّ٘أٚ خ١ئجٌا ، ُٙرب١ٌٛئغِٚ ةلاطٌا دبجعاٚ ، خٕغٌاٚ ْآشمٌا ءٛػ ٟف

 

 

 

.خ١ِلاعلإا خِلأا ٍٝػ ب٘سبطخأٚ خ١ٔبٍّؼٌا ،َلاعلإا ٟف بٙ١ٍػ ظبفؾٌا

 

 

 

ب٘سبّص بٙزم١مؽ :خ١ػٛ١شٌا ، خ١ِلاعلإا يٚذٌا ٟف ش١ظٕزٌا دبوشؽ

خغِبخٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

،

خٕغٌاٚ ْآشمٌا ءٛػ ٟف ٟػبّزعلاا ػلاطلإاٚ ش١١غزٌا ،خض١جخٌا

 

 

 

.َلاعلإا ْاض١ِ ٟف ةب٘سلإاٚ دبٙغٌا ،َلاعلإا ٟف ءبؼمٌا

 

 

 

: )َلاعلإا ٟف قٛمؾٌا( َلاعلإا ٟف خ١ٔبغٔلإا ُ١مٌاٚ قلاخلأا -

خعدبغٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

 

،طبٌٕا خِبػ كؽ ،ْاش١غٌا قٛمؽ

،ءبثشللأا قٛمؽ ،ٓ٠ذٌاٌٛا قٛمؽ

 

 

خ١ِلاعلإا خؼ٠ششٌا ٟف حأشٌّا قٛمؽ

،َلاعلإا ٟف دب١ٍللأا قٛمؽ

 

 

 

 

.

 

 

 

 

:دبصدبؾٌّا

خؼثبغٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

يٛؽ خصدبؾِ ، ٓ١فٍزخِ ٓ٠ذٍث ِٓ ٓ١جٌبؽ ٓ١ث فسبؼزٌا يٛؽ خصدبؾِ

 

 

 

.خمشٌا سبغئزعا يٛؽ ،ٟجطٌا طلاؼٌا يٛؽ ،خ١عاسذٌا ْٛئشٌا

 

 

يٛؽ ،حشئبطٌبث شفغٌا يٛؽ ،خ١ف١ظٌا حصبعلإا ءبؼل يٛؽ ،ُؼطٌّا ٟف

خِٕبضٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

 

 

.ًمٌٕا ًئبعٚٚ دلاطاٌّٛا

 

 

زداصًناو عجاسًنا

. َ1995 ، دٛؼع هٌٍّا خؼِبع ،ؼ٠شفٌا ؼٌبط ٓث ْبّضػ .د ،ْاٛػس ٟلٛش ذّؽأ .د _ 1

. حش٘بمٌا ، ءبٕ١ع ٓثا خجزىِ ، ٟثدلأا ءبشٔلإا ، ُ١ٍؼٌا ذجػ ٍٟػ شىث ٛثأ ، ٞذ٠ش٘ محمد ذّؽأ – 2

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.َ1997 ،ْبٕجٌ ،طشث دبشس ،ءبشٔلإاٚ ش١جؼزٌا ٌٝإ ذششٌّا ،ٓ٠ذٌا سٛٔ ٓغؽ .د – 3

.َ1996 ،عب٠شٌا ،ْبى١جؼٌا خجزىِ ،ٟثدلأا ش٠شؾزٌا ،محمد ٍٟػ ٓ١غؽ .د – 4

11.ؽ ،ٟثشؼٌا قششٌا ساد ،ءبشٔلإا ش١غ١ر ،ٞٚاذٕ٘ ً١ٍخ _ 5

.خ١ثشؼٌا خلاذظٌا ساد ،ءبشٔلإا خػبٕط ،يبمع حش٠ض٠د _ 6

5.ؽ ،ٟثشؼٌا قششٌا ساد ،ًٙغٌا ءبشٔلإا ،بػس ٍٟػ _ 7

.َ1992 ْبّغػ ،ْآشمٌا ٍَٛػ خغعؤِ ،شغ١ٌّا ٟثشؼٌا ءبشٔلإا ،ٍٟػ ٓ١غؽ ًظ١ف _ 8

.َ 1996 ،ًئبؽ ،ظٌذٔلأا ساد ،ٗؽبّٔأٚ ٗطثاٛػ :ٟثشؼٌا ش٠شؾزٌا ٓف ،ٟطٕشٌا ؼٌبط محمد _ 9

. َ 1993 ، ٟثشؼٌا قششٌا ساد ،ءبشٔلإا ٟف يٚلأا ةبزىٌا ،شفػ ٍٟػ محمد _ 10

.َ 1997 ،ٟثشؼٌا شىفٌا ساد ،ءبشٔلإاٚ ش١جؼزٌا ٓف ٟف داسبِٙ ،ذؽاٌٛا ذجػ طبجػ دّٛؾِ .د – 11

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Course Title: Intermediate English

Course Code: UREL -1202

Credit Hours: 2 (Two) Hours.

Contact Hours: 3 (Three) Hours. (Per week)

Objectives of This Course:

1.This course is designed for the students of Shari„ah Faculty, most of whom have come from Madrasah background. Naturally many of them are afraid of English language and have less confidence in their own ability of using English. This course aims at enhancing their confidence level.

2.By completing this course they will be able to overcome many of their linguistic mistakes. They will be confident enough to pursue further study of English language and thus they will be able to develop their communicative competence.

Course Outline:

Section-A: Mid-term examination (Grammar-15, Reading-10, Writing-05 = 30 marks)

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Chapter -1 Grammar:

1.Active and Passive Voice (Practical use passive structures, change of voice, correction relating voice. Exercises will also include using verbs in correct form using both active and passive structures)

2.Subject & Verb Agreement (Exercises will include use of verbs in correct numbers and choosing correct verbs from two options).

3.Use of modals (Exercises will include use of different modals, correction based on the use of modals, use of „should have done, „may have done‟, „could have done‟ and „must have done‟)

Chapter-2 Reading: Students will have to attempt unseen comprehension to test comprehensive ability. They will be taught the following comprehensions so that they may be familiar to the type and nature of question for the exam. Section: 1C,3A,3B,4A,5A,6C,8A,8B,9A,9B

Text Book: Exercises in Reading Comprehension

Edited by: E.L. Tibbitts Longman House Harlow Essex

Chapter-3 Writing:

1.Completing story.(Guided writing)

2.Summary writing from a given passage.

Section-B Final Examination (Grammar-25, Reading-15, Writing-10 = 50 marks)

Chapter-4

Grammar:

 

1.

Direct and Indirect Narration (Discussion will focus on the uses of both

 

 

direct and indirect speeches, change of narration of detached sentences)

 

2.

Conditional Sentences and Modal auxiliary and modal + perfectives

 

 

(Discussion will focus on the use of three conditional structures.

 

 

Exercises will include use of right forms of verbs given within the

 

 

bracket or choosing correct form of verb out of two/three options)

Chapter-5

Grammar:

 

3.

Joining sentences (two sentences): participle (present & past), so that,

 

 

too... that, too + adjective + to, because of, in spite of, till, until, unless,

 

 

not only, but also, either or, neither nor, etc.

 

4.

Causative Verbs (Discussions will focus of on the use of causative verbs.

 

 

Exercises will include use of correct forms of verbs after a causative

 

 

verb)

 

5.

Phrases and Idioms

Chapter-6

Reading: Students will have to attempt unseen comprehension to test

 

comprehensive ability. They will be taught the following comprehensions so

 

that they may be familiar to the type and nature of question for the exam.

 

Section: 10A,11B,12C,14B,15B,16A

 

Text Book: Exercises in Reading Comprehension

 

Edited by: E.L. Tibbitts

 

Longman House Harlow

 

Essex

 

Chapter-7

Writing:

 

1.

Story writing (based on a moral lesson given/some hints

 

 

given/expanding the story from some initial lines given)

 

2.

Amplification of ideas

 

 

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Books Recommended:

1.Raymond Murphy, Intermediate English Grammar, Foundation Books, 2/19 Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi-110002, Manas Saikia, 1995. (Published by arrangement with Cambridge University Press, The Edinburgh Building, Shaftsbury Road, Cambridge CB2 2RU, U.K.).

2.Wren & Martin, High School English Grammar and Composition-,New Delhi, S. Chand & Company Ltd. 2002.

3.Thomson & Martinet, Practical English Grammar, Oxford University Press, Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, 1993 (reprinted in India by arrangement with Oxford University Press).

4.Michael A. Pyle and Mary Ellen Munoz, Cliffs TOEFL Preparation Guide, New Delhi, BPB Publications, B-14, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001, 1992.

5.Bruce Rogers, Peterson‟s TOEFL Success, Princeton, New Jersey, Peterson‟s, 2000.

6.AS Hornby, Oxford Advanced Learner‟s Dictionary of Current English, Oxford University Press, 2002-2003.

7.Chowdhury & Hossain, Advanced English , Dhaka, Sayma Chowdhury and Halima Chowdhury, 2004

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URAL-1204 :ةداًنا زيز

صىصُناو بدلأا :ةداًنا ىسا

ثاعاس 3 :ثاسضاحًنا ددع

)ٌاخعاس( 2 :ةدًخعًنا ثاعاسنا

:ةداًنا فادهأ ُٙف ٍٝػ ُ٘ت٠ سذرٚ ةاشػلإاٚ كطٌٕا ش١ؽ ِٓ خم١ٍع ٟثشؼٌا ضٌٕا حءاشل ٍٝػ ةلاطٌا ت٠سذر -1 ةبؼ١زعا ٚ سٛظؼٌا ٝزش ِٓ ةبزىٌا فٍزخٌّ خفٍزخٌّا ت١ٌبعلأا قٚزر ٍٝػ ُٙٔٞشّرٚ ،ٟثشؼٌا ضٌٕا

.سبىفلأا ٓػ ش١جؼزٌا ٟف ُٙمئاشؽ

.خ٠ٛؾٌٕاٚ خ١رٛظٌاٚ خ٠ٛغٌٍا حَلاغٌا حبػاشِ غِ بٙظبفٌأ ٟف خٍٙغٌا خ١ثدلأا صٛظٌٕا حءاشل -2

.اًذ١ع بّٙف صٛظٌٕا ُٙف ٍٝػ ةلاطٌا حسذل حدب٠ص -3

.بٌٙبّؼزعا خ١ف١و ُّٙ١ٍؼرٚ خ٠ٛغٌٍا دادشفٌّا ِٓ حش١جو حٚشضث ةلاطٌا ذ٠ٚصد -4 خ١ثدلأا صٛظٌٕا خعاسد يلاخ ِٓ خفٍزخٌّا ٖسٛظػ ٟف ٟثشؼٌا ةدلأا ٍٝػ ف٠شؼزٌا -5

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:ةداًنا ثادسفي

 

 

)تــجزد 30 :مصفنا فصَ زابخخا( :لولأا ءزجنا

ٍٟ٘بغٌا شظؼٌا ِٓ ٖشضٔٚ ٖشؼش ٟثشؼٌا ةدلأا ًضّر حسبزخِ صٛظٔ

 

حذؽٌٛا

:بٌٙإِٛ ٍٝػ ظغٕ٠ ٚ ربزعلأا بٙ٠ززؾ٠ٚ ش٠ذؾٌا شظؼٌا ٌٝإ

 

ٌٝٚلأا

سبؼشأ . ًئاٚ ْبجؾعٚ حذػبع ٓث ظمٌ تطخٌا غؼث

:ًههاجنا سصعنا

 

 

.خؼ١ثس ٓث ذ١جٌٚ ٍّٝع ٟثأ ٓث ش١٘ضٌ حسبزخِ

 

 

ِٓ داسبزخِ ،ُ٠شىٌا ْآشمٌا ِٓ

حسبزخِ دب٠آ

:ًيلاسلإا سصعنا

 

خ١ٔبضٌا حذؽٌٛا

ٓ١ؽ حَاعيي شىث ٟثأ َلاو .صلىاللهعليهوسلم يٛعشٌا تطخ غؼثٚ خف٠ششٌا ش٠دبؽلأا

 

 

.)عؽبغٌا شؾث ٓث ٚشّػ ْبّضػ ٟثلأ ٓ١١جزٌاٚ ْب١جٌا( .فٍخزعا

 

 

.ش١٘ص ٓث تؼوٚ ذثبص ٓث ْبغؾٌ حسبزخِ سبؼشأ

 

خضٌبضٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

 

)تــجزد 50 :مصفنا تٌاهَ زابخخا :ًَاثنا ءزجنا

ٓث طبغؾٌاٚ ْب١فع ٟثأ ٓث دب٠ضٌ

تطخٌا غؼث

:يىيلأا سصعنا

خؼثاشٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

.قدصشفٌاٚ ش٠شغٌ حسبزخِ سبؼشأ .فعٛ٠

 

 

ذ١ّؾٌا ذجػ خٌبعس .عؽبغٌٍ ءلاخجٌاٚ

ًخجٌا ٟف ْٚسب٘ ٓث ًٙع خٌبعس

 

حذؽٌٛا

 

 

 

.تربىٌا

 

خغِبخٌا

ٟجٕزٌّا ،خ١٘بزؼٌا ٟثأ ،َبّر ٟثلأ

حسبزخِ سبؼشأ

:ًسابعنا سصعنا

 

حذؽٌٛا

 

 

 

.ٞشؼٌّاٚ

 

خعدبغٌا

ٟفبطس ،ُ١٘اشثإ عفبؽ ،ٟلٛشٌ حسبزخِ سبؼشأ

:ثٌدحنا سصعنا

خؼثبغٌا حذؽٌٛا

.دبمؼٌا دّٛؾِ طبجؼٌ "محمد خ٠شمجػ "ةبزو ِٓ ًظف .ْاشطِٚ

 

 

ِٓ ًظف .ٓ١غؽ ٗؽ سٛزوذٌٍ

" حش١غٌا شِب٘ ٍٝػ" ةبزو ِٓ ًظف

 

خِٕبضٌا حذؽٌٛا

"ٍُمٌا ٟؽٚ "ةبزو ِٓ ًظف

.ٓ١ِأ ذّؽأ سٛزوذٌٍ "َلاعلإا شغف "ةبزو

 

 

 

 

.ٟؼفاشٌا قدبط ٟفطظٌّ

 

 

:عجاسًنا ،ةشؼٌا حشّٙع "لاضِ دبػّٛغٌّا غؼجث خٔبؼزعلاا ٓىّ٠ٚ ،حسٛوزٌّا تزىٌا ِٓ داسبزخٌّا خػّٛغِ

.ب٘ش١غٚ ةشؼٌا ًئبعس حشّٙعٚ

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Course Title: Advanced English

Course Code: UREL -2303

Credit Hours: 3 (three) Hours.

Contact Hours: 3 (three) Hours. (Per week)

Objective: This course is designed for the students of Shari„ah Faculty, most of whom have come from Madrasah background. Being the third course of English for the students Shari„ah Faculty, this is more comprehensive. By doing this course they will be able to overcome many of their linguistic mistakes and develop their four skills. They will be confident enough to pursue further study of English language and higher studies abroad. They will as well be able to develop their communicative competence and equip themselves with a capability of competing with the modern world.

Section-01: Mid-term examination (Grammar-15, Reading-10, Writing-05 = 30 marks)

Chapter -1 Grammar: The topics included in this unit are:

1.Articles.

2.Use of Appropriate Prepositions.

3.Conjunctions.

4.Right use of verb (based on tense, voice, gerund, causative verb, participle, infinitive)

Chapter-2 Reading: Students will have to attempt unseen comprehension to test comprehensive ability. They will be taught the following comprehensions so that they may be familiar to the type and nature of question for the exam.

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Section: 2C,3C,4C,5C,7C,8C,9C,10C,11C, 13C

Text Book: Exercises in Reading Comprehension

Edited by: E.L. Tibbitts

Longman House Harlow

Essex

Chapter-3 Writing:

1.Paragraphs.

2.Applications & personal letters

Section-02: Final Examination (Grammer-25, Reading-15, Writing-10 = 50 marks)

Chapter -4 Grammar:

1.Transformation of Sentences. Sentence type: (Affirmative, Negative, Interrogative, Exclamatory, Simple, Complex, Compound).

2.Comparisons: a) Positive b) Comparative c) Superlative.

3.Combining group of Sentences

Chapter -5 4. Filling up the gaps and Completing Sentences

5.Passage Narration.

6.Correction ( Common mistakes in English)

Chapter -6 Reading: Students will have to attempt unseen comprehension to test comprehensive ability. They will be taught the following comprehensions so that they may be familiar to the type and nature of question for the exam.

Section: 14C,15C,16C,17C,18C,19,20

Text Book: Exercises in Reading Comprehension

Edited by: E.L. Tibbitts

Longman House Harlow

Essex

Chapter -7 Writing:

1.Amplification of ideas.

2.Writing newspaper reports as a staff correspondent

3.Framing Sentences expressing different attitudes and emotions.

Books Recommended:

1.Raymond Murphy, Intermediate English Grammar, Foundation Books, 2/19 Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi-110002, Manas Saikia, 1995. (Published by arrangement with Cambridge University Press, The Edinburgh Building, and Shaftsbury Road, Cambridge CB2 2RU, U.K.)

2.Wren & Martin, High School English Grammar and Composition-, New Delhi, S. Chand & Company Ltd. 2002.

3.Thomson & Martinet, Practical English Grammar, Oxford University Press, Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, 1993 (reprinted in India by arrangement with Oxford University Press).

4.Michael A. Pyle and Mary Ellen Munoz, Cliffs TOEFL Preparation Guide, New Delhi, BPB Publications, B-14, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001, 1992.

5.Bruce Rogers, Peterson‟s TOEFL Success, Princeton, New Jersey, Peterson‟s, 2000.

6.AS Hornby, Oxford Advanced Learner‟s Dictionary of Current English, Oxford University Press, 2002-2003.

7.Chowdhury & Hossain, Advanced English, Dhaka, Sayma Chowdhury and Halima Chowdhury, 2004.

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URAL-2305 :ةداًنا زيز

 

تغلابنا ىهع :ةداًنا ىسا

 

ثاعاس 3 :ثا سضاحًنا ددع

 

ثاعاس 3 :ةدًخعًنا ثاعاسنا

 

 

 

:ةداًنا فادهأ

 

 

.خغلاجٌا ٍَٛػ حأشٔ ٓػ خط١غث حشىفث ةلاطٌا َبٌّإ -1

.خ١ثدلأا ٚأ خ١ٔآشمٌا دبعاسذٌا يبغِ ٟف ٍَٛؼٌا ٖز٘ خعاسد خ١ّ٘أ ٍٝػ ةلاطٌا فٛلٚ -2

 

.حسشمٌّا دبػٛػٌٍّٛ خ٠شظٌٕا ئدبجٌّبث ةلاطٌا خؽبؽإ -3

.اًب١غلاث اًبلٚزر صٛظٌٕا قٚزر ٍٝػ حسذمٌاٚ ،ةلاطٌا ٜذٌ ٟغلاجٌا ظؾٌا خ١ثشر -4 خ٠ٛغٌٍا ت١واشزٌٍ خ١غلاجٌا دلالاذٌا ناسدإ ٍٝػ ُ٘ذ٠ٛؼر ك٠شؽ ٓػ ٞٛغٌٍا ةلاطٌا ناسدإ خ١ّٕر -5

.خ١ثدلأاٚ

 

:ةداًنا ثادسفي

)تــجزد 30 :مصفنا فصَ زابخخا( :لولأا ءزجنا

عشغٌا .بٌٙبعس ُ٘أث ف٠شؼزٌاٚ خغلاجٌا ٍَٛػ حأشٔ ٓػ خ١خ٠سبر خؾٌّ

 

ٌٝٚلأا حذؽٌٛا

خ١غلاجٌا دبؾٍطظٌّا دلاٌٛذِ ذ٠ذؾر .ٍَٛؼٌا ٖز٘ خعاسد ِٓ

 

 

.ةٍٛعلأاٚ ،خغلاجٌاٚ ،خؽبظفٌا ،خ١عبعلأا

 

 

ُ١غمر .غ٠ذجٌاٚ ،ْب١جٌاٚ ،ٟٔبؼٌّا -خصلاضٌا ٍَٛؼٌا ٟف خغلاجٌا شظؽ ٗعٚ

 

خ١ٔبضٌا حذؽٌٛا

ٝؼزمِ ٍٝػ ٗعٚشخٚ ،ٗثاشػأٚ ،ٗػاشغأٚ ءبشٔإٚ شجخ ٌٝإ َلاىٌا

 

 

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.ٟجٍؽ ش١غٚ ٟجٍؽ ٌٝإ ّٗ١غمرٚ ءبشٔلإا ،ش٘بظٌا

،بِٕٙ ًو ٟٔبؼِ .َبٙفزعلااٚ ،ٌٟٕٙاٚ ،شِلأا :ٟجٍطٌا ءبشٔلإا َبغلأ خضٌبضٌا حذؽٌٛا طٚشخ ،داٚدأ ،ٖبٕؼِ ،ّٟٕزٌا ،ٟم١مؾٌا ٕٝؼٌّا ٓػ بٙعٚشخ خغ١طٚ

عاشغلأ ٞ ّٓزٌا ٟف ًّؼزغر ٜشخأ داٚدأ -ٟم١مؾٌا ب٘بٕؼِ ٓػ داٚدأ ٖبٕؼِ ش١غ ٜشخآ ْبؼِ ٌٝإ ٗعٚشخٚ ،ٗ١ٔبؼِٚ ،ٗراٚدأٚ ءاذٌٕا .خ١غلاث

.ٟم١مؾٌا

)تــجزد 50 :مصفنا تٌاهَ زابخخا( :ًَاثنا ءزجنا

 

 

 

:ٍٝػ ًّزش٠ٚ ٟٔبؼٌّا ٍُػ طسذ٠

خؼثاشٌا حذؽٌٛا

،ظىؼٌاٚ خفظٌا ٍٝػ فٛطٌّٛا شظل ،ٖبفشؽ ،قشؽ ،ٖبٕؼِ ،شظمٌا

 

ًو غػاِٛ ،بّ٘بٕؼِ ،ًطٌٛاٚ ًظفٌا

.ٟفبػإٚ ٟم١مؽ ،ٞٛغٌ ُ١غمرٚ

 

.ِٗبغلأٚ صبغ٠لإا .ب٘بٕؼِ ،حاٚبغٌّاٚ ةبٕؽلإاٚ صبغ٠لإا .بِّٕٙ

 

.َلاىٌا خغلاث ٟف ٟٔبؼٌّا ٍُػ شصأ

.بِٙبغلأٚ حا ٚبغٌّا.ٖسٛطٚ ةبٕؽلإا

حذؽٌٛا

 

 

 

.ِٗبغلأٚ ْب١جٌا َٛٙفِ ذ٠ذؾر

خغِبخٌا

صبغٌّا .صبغٌّاٚ خم١مؾٌا .ٗزغلاثٚ ،ٗػاشغأٚ ،ِٗبغلأٚ ٗٔبوسأٚ ٗ١جشزٌا

حذؽٌٛا

،خ١ٕىٌا ،خ١ؾ٠شظزٌا -بِٙبغلأٚ بٙٔبوسأٚ حسبؼزعلاا .ِٗبغلأٚ ٞٛغٌٍا

خعدبغٌا

خغلاثٚ خ١ٍ١ضّزٌاٚ خمٍطٌّاٚ حدشغٌّاٚ خؾششٌّاٚ -خ١ؼجزٌاٚ خ١ٍطلأاٚ

 

 

 

 

.حسبؼزعلاا

 

بِٙبغلأٚ خ٠بٕىٌا .ٍٟمؼٌا صبغٌّا .ٗزغلاثٚ ٗربللاػٚ ِٗٛٙفِ ًعشٌّا صبغٌّا

خؼثبغٌا حذؽٌٛا

 

 

.خجغٔ ٚأ فٛطِٛ ٚأ خفط ٓػ خ٠بٕوٚ

 

دبٕغؾٌّا شٙشأ

.خ٠ٕٛؼِٚ خ١ظفٌ دبٕغؾِ ٌٝإ ّٗ١غمرٚ غ٠ذجٌا َٛٙفِ

خِٕبضٌا حذؽٌٛا

قبجطٌا :خ٠ٕٛؼٌّا دبٕغؾٌّا شٙشأ

.طبجزللاا غغغٌاٚ طبٕغٌا :خ١ظفٌٍا

 

ٗجش٠بّث َزٌاٚ ،َزٌا ٗجش٠بّث ػذٌّا ذ١وأر

.ً١ٍؼزٌا ٓغؽ ،خ٠سٛزٌاٚ خٍثبمٌّاٚ

 

 

 

 

.ػذٌّا

 

 

ٓ١ِأ ٝفطظِ ٚ َصبغٌا ًٞػ :خؾػاٌٛا خغلاجٌا :زسقًنا باخكنا

 

 

 

 

:عجاسًنا

،ةشؼٌا حشّٙع "لاضِ دبػّٛغٌّا غؼجث خٔبؼزعلاا ٓىّ٠ٚ ،حسٛوزٌّا تزىٌا ِٓ داسبزخٌّا خػّٛغِ

.ب٘ش١غٚ ةشؼٌا ًئبعس حشّٙعٚ

.ف١ػ ٟلٛش.د :سٛطرٚ ؿسبر خغلاجٌا -1

.ٟغاشٌّا :خغلاجٌا ٍَٛػ -2

.ٟٕ٠ٛػ ذِبؽ

:غػاٌٛا طبٌّٕٙا -3

.ُشبٌٙا ذّؽأ ذ١غٌا

:خغلاجٌا ش٘اٛع -4

.ٟٔاصبزفزٌا ٓ٠ذٌا ذؼع

ٟٔبؼٌّا شظزخِ -5

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Course Title: Biography of the Prophet (SAAS.)

Course Code: URIS – 3608

Credit Hours: 3 (Three) Hours

Contact Hours: 3 (Three) Hours (Per week)

Objectives:

1.To help the students develop an in-depth study for clear understanding of the last Prophet‟s mission and teachings.

2.To familiarize the students with the exalted characters, manners, habits and behaviors of our beloved Prophet (SAAS.) in order to emulate it in their practical life.

3.To show that the Prophet Muhammad (SAAS.) is only ideal mentor to follow by the entire humanity.

Course outlines:

Section 01: (Mid-Term Examination: 30 Marks)

Chapter-1 An introduction to Siratunnabi (SAAS.), Sirah and its literally and technical meaning, Selection of Arabia as the birthplace of the Final Prophet (SAAS.), Socio-Political and Religious condition of pre-Islamic Arabia: an Overview, Prophet hood its need and necessity, The Prophethood of Prophet Muhammad ((SAAS.), The Finality of Prophethood of Prophet Muhammad (SAAS.).

Chapter-2 Muhammad (SAAS.) as the best Example: A Rational Approach: Historicity, Practicality, Comprehensiveness, Perfection, The message of Prophet Muhammad (SAAS.).

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Chapter-3 Life and Teachings of the Prophet (SAAS.): Early life of Muhammad (SAAS.) -

Birth and Childhood, Business trip to Syria with his uncle Abu Talib. Teenager, Battle of Fujjar, Hilful Fudul, Shepherdhood.

Youthhood, Contribution of Muhammad (SAAS.) in the business of Khadijah. Marriage of Muhammad (SAAS.) with Khadijah. Rebuilding of Al-Ka„bah, Search for the Truth, Receiving the Truth.

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Prophet (SAAS.) at Makkah: (From first revelation to the emigration to Abyssinia):Prophethood, First revelation and its impact.

Propagation of Islam Begins in secret, The early Muslims, End of the First Phase. Islamic Movement becomes public, The Prophet on the Mount of Safa. Oppositions from the Quraysh Begin, Qur‟anic approach towards Quraysh Oppositions.

Migration to Abyssinia,

Section 02: (Final Examination: 50 Marks)

Chapter-4 Prophet (SAAS.) at Makkah: (From emigration to Abyssinia to the migration to Madinah)-

Boycott and Confinement of the Prophet (SAAS.) and Banu Hashim by the Quraish, The Year of sorrow.

Chapter-5 Taif- the most difficult day, Mi„raj of the Prophet. Covenants of Al-Aqabah, Hijrah of the Prophet (SAAS.).

Chapter-6 The Prophet (SAAS.) at Madinah: (From migration to Hudaybiyah) Construction of the Mosque, The Charter of Madinah, Important Battles till the agreement of Hudaybiyah- The Battle of Badr, The Battle of Uhud, Battle of Ahzab, Campaigns against the Jews of Madinah, Hudaibiah Agreement.

Chapter-7 Letters of the Prophet (SAAS.) to the kings beyond Arabia, Battle of Muta, Battle of Hunayun, The conquest of Makkah.

Chapter-8 The Farewell Pilgrimage, The Farewell Address of the Prophet (SAAS.) and its lessons, Departure of the Prophet (SAAS.), Contributions of the Prophet (SAAS.) as a reformer, nation builder and as an Ideal mentor for the all.

Books Recommended:

1.Nadwi, Saiyid Sulaiman, Muhammad The Ideal Prophet: A Historical, Practical, Perfect Model for Humanity. Translated by Mohiuddin Ahmad. Islamic Book Trust K.L.N.D.

2.Abbott, Nabia, Aishah: The Beloved of Mohammad. London: Al-Saqi, 1998.

3.Andrae, Tor, Mohammed: The Man and His Faith. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1936.

4.Armstrong, Karen, Muhammad: A Biography of the Prophet. San Francisco, CA:

5.Asad, Muhammad, The Message of the Quran. Gibraltar: Dar al-Andalus, 1980.

6.Forward, Martin, Muhammad: A Short Biography. Oxford, UK: Oneworld, 1997.

7.Guillaume, Alfred, The Life of Muhammad: A Translation of Ibn Ishaq‟s Sirat Rasul Allah.

London: Oxford University Press, 1955.

8.Kahn, Muhammad Zafrulla, Muhammad, Seal of the Prophets. New York: Viking Press, 981.

9.Lings, Martin, Muhammad: his life based on the earliest sources. New York: Inner Traditions International, 1983.

10.Motzki, Harald, ed., The Biography of Muhammad: The Issue of the Sources. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2000.

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11.Nasr, Seyyed Hossein, Muhammad: Man of God. Chicago, IL: Kazi Publ., 1995.

12.Ramadan, Tariq, In the Footsteps of the Prophet: Lessons from the Life of Muhammad. New

York: Oxford University Press, 2009.

13.Robinson, Neal, The Sayings of Muhammad. London: Duckworth, 1991.

14.Rodinson, Maxime, Muhammad. New York: Pantheon Books, 1980 ed.

15.Rubin, Uri, The Eye of the Beholder: The Life of Muhammad as Viewed by the Early

Muslims. Princeton, NJ: Darwin Press, 1995.

16.Rubin, Uri, ed., The Life of Muhammad. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998.

17.Warraq, Ibn, ed., The Quest for the Historical Muhammad. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2000.

18.Watt, William Montgomery, Muhammad at Mecca. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1953.

19.Watt, William Montgomery. Muhammad at Medina. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1956.

Watt, William Montgomery, Muhammad: Prophet and Statesman. London: Oxford University Press, 1961.

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Course Title: A Survey of Islamic History.

Course Code: URIH – 4701

Credit Hours: 1 (one) Hour.

Contact Hours: 2 (two) Hours. (Per week)

Objectives of this course:

 

1.To create awareness among the students about the importance of studying history with special reference to study of Islamic History.

2.This course also aims at making the students acquainted with the glorious contribution of the Pious Caliphs and their successors towards the development of just administration, advancement of civilization and education and their great services towards humanity at large.

Course outlines:

Section 01: (Mid-Term Examination: 30 Marks)

Chapter-1

Introduction to the History: Definition of History and Islamic History,

 

Historiography, Kinds of History, importance of history, sources of Islamic

 

History, study of Islamic history in Bangladesh.

Chapter-2

Khilafah: Definition, Origin and Development of Khilafah, Difference between

 

Khilafah in general sense and Khilafah „Ala-minhajin Nabuwwah, election to the

 

office of the Khilafah, Khilafah vs. Mulukiyyat, End of Khilafah.

Chapter-3

Introduction to the Pious Caliphs (632 A.D – 661 A.D): Character and

 

achievements of the Pious Caliphs. An overall portrayal of Pious Caliphs.

 

Administration under the Pious Caliphs, The Shura, Civil Administration,

 

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Sources of Revenue, Bait-al-Mal, Judicial Administration, Police-Prison, Religious Administration and Military Administration.

Section 02: (Final Examination: 50 Marks)

Chapter-4 The Umayyad Khilafah (661 A.D-750 A.D):A brief discussion on Umayyad Khilafah, Administrative reforms of Abdul Malik bin Marwan,

Conquest and expansion of Islamic empire under Walid bin Abdul Malik, Umar bin Abdul Aziz and his Administration Policies,

Chapter-5 Central and Provincial Administration, Social Condition. Umayyah‟s contribution towards the development of civilization & education, Fall of the Umayyahs. An overall portrayal of Umayyad Khilafah.

Chapter-6 The Abbasid Khilafah (750 A.D-1258 A.D): Golden Prime of the Abbasids- Abul Abbas as saffa, Abu Zafar al Mansur, Harun or Rashid, Al Amin and Al Mamun, Abbasid Society, Scientific and Literary development, Education, Development of Art and Architecture, Civil, Military, Judicial and Revenue Administration under the Abbasids. An overall portrayal of Abbasid Khilafah.

Chapter-7 The Umayyad Khilafah of Spain and The Fatimid Khilafah of Egypt. A brief analysis.

Chapter-8 Status of women & non-Muslim citizens in Islamic Society, during the period of Kulafa al- Rashideen, the Umayyad and Abbasid Khilafah.

Books Recommended:

1.Hitti, 1. P.K., History of the Arabs, Macmillan edition, 1970, London.

2.Hussaini, S.A.Q., The Arab Administration, 1956, Lahore.

3.Ali, Syeed Ameer, A Short History of Saracens, Macmillan edition, 1916, London.

4.Arnold, T.I., The Caliphate, Oxford, 1924, London.

5.Ali, Muhammad, The Early Caliphate, Cambridge, 1936, London.

6.Muir, W., Caliphate, Its Rise, Decline and fall, Edinburg, 1934.

7.Lewis, B, & P.M. Holt (ed.), Cambridge History of Islam, 1947.

8.Ali, Syeed Ameer, The Spirit of Islam, Christophers, 1891, London.

9.Arnold, Thomas, The Legacy of Islam, Oxford, 1931, London.

10.Hell, Joseph, The Arab Civilization, W. Heffer & sons, limited, 1926, London.

11.Gibb, Hamilton A.R., Studies on the Civilization of Islam, Princeton, 1982, London.

12.Levy, R., The Social Structure of Islam, Cambridge 1979, London.

13.Nicholson, R.A., A Literary History of the Arabs, Cambridge 1930, London.

14.Shushtery, A.M.A., Outline of the Islamic Culture, The Bangalore Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd., Bangalore, 1954, India.

15.Imamuddin, S.M., Arab Muslim Administration, 1976, Karachi.

16.Encyclopedia of Islam.

17.Baksh, S. Khuda, Islamic Civilization vol 1-2, Idara Islamiyat-e-Diniyat, or Kitab Bhavan, 1984, Delhi.

18.Sherwani, H.K., Studies in Muslim Political Thought and Administration, Muhammad Ashraf, 1945, Lahore.

19.Shabon, M.A., The Abbasid Revolution, Cambridge, 1970, London.

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20.Shabon, M.A., Islamic History; A New Interpretation, 1971, London.

21.Turner, R.H., Science in Medieval Islam: An Illustrated Introduction. 1995, Austin: University of Texas Press.

22.Iqbal, M., The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam. 1986, Institute of Islamic Culture, Lahore.

23.Roy, M.N., The Historical Role of Islam, Ajanta Publications, 1981, Delhi.

24.Ansari, Musa, Moddhojuger Muslim Sovvota o Sonskriti, Bangla Academy, 1999, Dhaka.

25.Scientific Indications in the Holy Quran, Islamic Foundation Bangladesh, 2004, Dhaka.

26.Savory, R.M., Introduction to Islamic Civilization, Cambridge University Press, 1977, London.

27.Rosenthal, Franz, A History of Muslim Historiography, Leiden, 1952.

28.Cobb, S., Islamic Contributions to Civilization, Avalon Press, Washington, 1963.

29.Sardar, Ziauddin, Science, Technology and development in the Muslim World, Croom Helm, 1977, London.

30.Ali, M. Akbor, Bigghane Musalmander Obodan (Muslim Contribution to science) Volume 1-12, 1936, Dhaka.

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Course Title: Bangladesh Studies.

Course Code: URBS – 4802.

Credit Hours: 2 (two) Hours.

Contact Hours: 2 (two) Hours. (Per week)

Objectives of This Course:

1.To create awareness among the students about the History, Geography, Economics, Sociology, Politics, Language, Literature, Philosophy, Art and Culture of Bangladesh and such other subject as are significantly related to the life and society of Bangladesh with a view to develop patriotism among the learners.

Section- A: (Mid-Term Examination: 30 Marks)

Chapter-1 Introduction to the course and its objectives.

Chapter-2 Outline study of Bangladesh Geography: Location, Area, Boundary, Physiography, River System, Forest and Climate. The People of Bangladesh.

Chapter-3 History and Society of Bengal under Muslim Rule (1204-1757): Advent of Islam in Bengal and the Muslim conquest, its impact on the people-origin of the Muslim of Bengal, formation of Muslim society under the Bengal Sultanate, impact of Sufism in Bengal, reform movements, educational development under the Muslims and socio-religious reform movements in Bengal.

Section- B: (Final Examination: 50 Marks)

Chapter-4 History and Society of Bengal under British Rule (1757-1947): the British

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policy towards economy and education of the people. A brief discussion of the struggle for freedom from the British Colonialism, Intellectual Movements, development of Bengali Prose Literature, new trend of nationalism and the creation of Pakistan.

Chapter-5 History and Society of Bangladesh during Pakistan Rule (1947-1971): Language Movement of 1952, Political Mobilization and Events Leading to the Mass Upsurge of 1969, War of Independence & the Emergence of Bangladesh in 1971.

Chapter-6 Politics and Constitutional Development of Bangladesh: The Constitution of Bangladesh, Characteristics, State Principles, Amendments. Formation and Role of Political Parties in Bangladesh.

Chapter-7 Economic condition of Bangladesh.

Chapter-8 Socio-cultural problems and prospects of Bangladesh.

Resources:

1.Islam, Sirajul, (ed.), Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh, Vol- 1-10, Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Dhaka, 1998.

2.Er Rashid, Harun, Geography of Bangladesh, University Press Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1991.

3.Ali, Mohar, History of the Muslims of Bengal. Vol – 1-3, Islamic Foundation Bangladesh, Dhaka, 2003.

4.Karim, Abdul, Social History of the Muslims of Bengal, Baitush Sharaf Islamic Research Institute, Chittagong, Bangladesh, 1985.

5.Huq, Dr. Enamul, A History of Sufism in Bengal, Bangla Academy, Dhaka, 1975.

6.Board of Researchers, Islam in Bangladesh through Ages, Islamic Foundation Bangladesh, 1995.

7.Ahmed, Sufia, Muslim Community in Bengal (1884-1912), Oxford University Press, Dhaka, 1974.

8.Rahim, M.A, The Muslim Society and Politics in Bengal, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1978.

9.Khan, Dr. Muinuddin Ahmed, Islamic Revivalism, Bangladesh Institute of Islamic Thought (BIIT), 2010.

10.Khan, Dr. Muinuddin Ahmed, Muslim Struggle for freedom in Bengal, Islamic Foundation Bangladesh, 1983.

11.Huq, Dr. Muhammad Inamul, Varoter Musalman O Shwadinota Andolan, Bangla Academy, Dhaka, 1995.

12.Mallick, Azizur Rahman, British Policy and the Muslims in Bengal, Asiatic Society of Pakistan, Dhaka, 1961.

13.Rahim, Dr. M.A. and others, Bangladesher Itihash, Nowroz Kitabistan, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1994.

14.Khan, Abbas Ali, Banglar Musalmander Itihash, Bangladesh Islamic Center, Dhaka, 2002.

15.Islam, Sirajul, History of Bangladesh, Vol – 1-3, Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Dhaka, 2008.

16.Asad,Abul, Eksho bochorer Itihas, Bangladesh Co-operative Book Society, Dhaka, 1997.

17.Barnik, M.A., Rasthra Bhasha Andoloner Itihas, AHDPH.

18.Ahad, Oli, Jatiyo Rajniti 1945-1975, Bangladesh Co-operative Book Society, Dhaka, 2004.

19.Ahmad, Abul Mansur, Amar Dekha Rajniteer Poncash Bochor, Srijon Prokashoni Ltd. Dhaka, 1988.

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20.Ahmed, Kamruddin, Social History of East Pakistan, Dacca, Crescent Book Center, 1967.

21.Salik, Siddiq, Witness to Surrender, The University Press Ltd., 1997.

22.Ahmed, Moudud, Bangladesh: Constitutional Quest for Autonomy, The University Press Ltd., 2003.

23.Khan, Akbar Ali, Discovery of Bangladesh, The University Press Ltd., 2009.

24.Maniruzzaman, Talukdar, Bangladesh Revolution and its Aftermath, University Press Ltd., 1992.

25.Khan, Shamsul I., Political Culture, Political Parties and the Democratic Transition in Bangladesh, The University Press Ltd., 2008.

26.The Constitution of the People‟s Republic of Bangladesh.

27.Halim, Md. Abdul, Constitution, Constitutional Law and Politics: Bangladesh Perspective, Dhaka, 1998.

Useful web links:

http://www.bangladesh.gov.bd

http://www.bangladesh.com

http://www.banglapedia.org

http://www.ru.ac.bd/ibs/

http://www.bbs.gov.bd

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B. Faculty of Science & and Engineering [Departments of CSE, ETE, EEE, Pharmacy (Hons.)]

SL

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

Contact

No.

 

 

Hour

Hour

 

 

 

 

 

1

URFL- 1101

Foreign Language- 01

01

02

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URQS- 1101

Qur‟an Studies in Texts & Translation

 

 

2

UREL-1103

Advanced English

01

03

 

 

 

 

 

3

URIS-1101

Islamic „Aqidah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

4

URIS-1203

Introduction to „Ibadah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

5

URIS-2303

Introduction to Qur‟an and Sunnah

01

02

 

 

 

 

 

6

URIS-3504

Interoduction to Political Thoughts

01

01

 

 

20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

URIS- 3607

Biography of the Prophet (SAAS))

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

8

URIH- 4701

History of Khilafah and Muslim contribution

01

01

 

 

to world civilization (Up to 1258 A.D.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

URBS- 4802

Bangladesh Studies

01

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total 10 Courses

09

14

 

 

 

 

 

C. Faculty of Business Studies [Department of Business Administration (Hons.)]

SL

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

Contact

No.

 

 

Hour

Hour

 

 

 

 

 

1

URFL- 1101

Foreign Language- 01

01

02

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URQS- 1101

Qur‟an Studies in Texts & Translation

 

 

2

URFL- 1202

Foreign Language- 02

01

02

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URHS- 1202

Hadith Studies in Texts & Translation

 

 

3

UREL-1103

Advanced English

02

03

 

 

 

 

 

4

URIS-1101

Islamic „Aqidah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

5

URIS-1203

Introduction to „Ibadah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

6

URIS-2303

Introduction to Qur‟an and Sunnah

01

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21

 

 

7

URIS-2405

Dealings and Behavior in Islam

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

8

URIS-3504

Interoduction to Political Thoughts

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

9

URIS- 3607

Biography of the Prophet (SAAS))

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

10

URIH- 4701

History of Khilafah and Muslim contribution

01

01

 

 

to world civilization (Up to 1258 A.D.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

URBS- 4802

Bangladesh Studies

02

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total 10 Courses

13

17

 

 

 

 

 

D. Faculty of Social Science [Department of Economics and Banking (Hons.)]

SL

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

Contact

No.

 

 

Hour

Hour

 

 

 

 

 

1

URFL- 1101

Foreign Language- 01

01

02

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URQS- 1101

Qur‟an Studies in Texts & Translation

 

 

2

URFL- 1202

Foreign Language- 02

01

02

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URHS- 1202

Hadith Studies in Texts & Translation

 

 

3

UREL-1103

Advanced English

02

03

 

 

 

 

 

4

URIS-1101

Islamic „Aqidah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

5

URIS-1203

Introduction to „Ibadah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

6

URIS-2303

Introduction to Qur‟an and Sunnah

01

02

 

 

 

 

 

7

URIS-2405

Dealings and Behavior in Islam

01

01

 

 

22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

URIS-3504

Interoduction to Political Thoughts

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

9

URIS- 3607

Biography of the Prophet (SAAS))

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

10

URIH- 4701

History of Khilafah and Muslim contribution

01

01

 

 

to world civilization (Up to 1258 A.D.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

URBS- 4802

Bangladesh Studies

02

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total 10 Courses

13

17

 

 

 

 

 

E. Faculty of Arts and Humanities [Department of ELL]

SL

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

Contact

No.

 

 

Hour

Hour

 

 

 

 

 

1

URFL- 1101

Foreign Language- 01

01

02

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URQS- 1101

Qur‟an Studies in Texts & Translation

 

 

2

URFL- 1202

Foreign Language- 02

01

02

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URHS- 1202

Hadith Studies in Texts & Translation

 

 

3

URIS-1101

Islamic „Aqidah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

4

URIS-1203

Introduction to „Ibadah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

5

URIS-2303

Introduction to Qur‟an and Sunnah

01

02

 

 

 

 

 

6

URIW-2401

Islamic Worldview

02

02

 

 

 

 

 

7

URIS-2405

Dealings and Behavior in Islam

01

01

 

 

23

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

URIS-3504

Interoduction to Political Thoughts

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

9

URIS- 3607

Biography of the Prophet (SAAS).

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

10

URIH- 4701

History of Khilafah and Muslim contribution

01

01

 

 

to world civilization (Up to 1258 A.D.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

URBS- 4802

Bangladesh Studies

02

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total 10 Courses

13

16

 

 

 

 

 

F. Faculty of Law [Department of Law (Hons.)

SL

Course Code

Course Title

Credit

Contact

No.

 

 

Hour

Hour

 

 

 

 

 

1

URFL- 1101

Foreign Language- 01

01

02

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URQS- 1101

Qur‟an Studies in Texts & Translation

 

 

2

URFL- 1202

Foreign Language- 02

01

02

 

Or

Or

 

 

 

URHS- 1202

Hadith Studies in Texts & Translation

 

 

3

UREL-1103

Advanced English

02

03

 

 

 

 

 

4

URIS-1101

Islamic „Aqidah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

5

URIS-1203

Introduction to „Ibadah

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

6

URIS-2303

Introduction to Qur‟an and Sunnah

01

02

 

 

 

 

 

7

URIS-2405

Dealings and Behavior in Islam

01

01

 

 

24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

URIS-3504

Interoduction to Political Thoughts

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

9

URIS- 3607

Biography of the Prophet (SAAS))

01

01

 

 

 

 

 

10

URIH- 4701

History of Khilafah and Muslim contribution

01

01

 

 

to world civilization (Up to 1258 A.D.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

URBS- 4802

Bangladesh Studies

02

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total 10 Courses

13

17

 

 

 

 

 

Course Title: Foreign Language- 01

Course Code: URFL-1101

 

 

Credit Hours: 01 (One) Hour

Contact Hours: 02 (Three) Hours (per week)

 

 

Objectives of the Course

This course has been provided to the student for basic knowledge of Arabic scripts. How to write scripts in Arabic word and Arabic writing. It also aims to provide about at least 500 normal using words to the students make in order to sentence construction by using which they can be able to communicate with others orally in various situation.

Generally, there are two main areas of concentration:

Firstly, the course aims at helping the student to acquire the level of proficiency that will enable them understand the texts and contents of Al-Qur‟an and Sunnah of Prophet (SAAS.) from the original Arabic text.

Secondly, to enable the student acquire the skills of understanding the Arabic lecture. Talking notes and proficiency in writing answer script in Arabic language, and using the original sources written in the Arabic language and with the course to help the students acquire proficiency with competence on communication in Arabic which is widely used within Muslim Ummah particularly.

Section-A (Mid-Term Examinaion:30 Marks)

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Chapter -01 Introduction to Arabic Language

Importance of Arabic Language for understanding of the Holy Qur`an and its requirement & status in job market as an International Language.

a)Introduction to the course outline and its objectives, Arabic Alphabet &

 

 

the forms of each letter, Pronunciation of the letters against Bengali &

 

 

English letters. Introduction to making words( تًهكنا مٍكشح) with various

 

 

Arabic letters & its Practice and Oral Practice of Arabic words by the

 

 

students and Introduction to Arabic writing (تٍبسعنا ثاًهكنا تباخك).

Chapter -02

a)

Introduction to the names of reference (ةزاشإ ىسا كنذ / اره ) and making

 

 

sentences with various Arabic words & its oral Practice.

 

b)

Introduction to the question letters (

ٍي / اذاي/ اي-واهفخسلإا فوسح) and

 

 

making sentences using these & its practice.

 

c)

Introduction to the sun letters and the moon letters, ( تٍسًشنا فوسحنا

 

 

تٌسًقناو) visible elements of pronunciation & its oral Practice.

 

d)

Introduction to the Nominal Sentences ( تًٍسلإا تهًجنا) and making

 

 

sentence by using Debutante and News (سبخ /أدخبي) & its oral Practice by

 

 

the students.

 

Chapter -03

a)

Introduction to some pronoun ( مصفُي سًٍض) and making sentence with

 

 

the pronoun like (اَأ/جَأ/ًه/ىه) (Male-Female) & its Practice.

 

b)

Introduction to some preposition ( شغٌا فٚشؽ) and making sentence

 

 

using the preposition like (ىهع/ًف

ٌٝإ/ ِٓ/) .Introduction to the

 

 

Possessive case (تفاضلإا) and making sentence using the Possessive case

 

 

& its Practice.

 

Section-B (Final Examination: 50 Marks)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter -04

Introduction to the names of reference ( كهح/ِره-ةزاشإ ىسا) and making sentence

 

 

 

with them & its Practice. Introduction to Adjective and making sentence with

 

 

 

the various adjectives. Introduction to the Connected Names (لىصىًنا ىسا) and

 

 

 

make sentences using the (ٟزٌا/ٞزٌا) & its Practice.

 

 

 

Chapter -05

a)

Introduction to the pronoun (مصخي سًٍض ) (Male) and making sentences

 

 

 

 

with using the pronoun like (بٔ/ٞ/ن/ ٖ) & its Practice. Introduction to the

 

 

 

 

pronoun (Female

مصخي سًٍض) and

making sentences with using the

 

 

 

 

pronoun like (ن/ب٘) & its Practice.

 

 

 

 

b)

Introduction to

actual sentences

( ًضاي-تٍهعفنا تهًجنا) and making

 

 

 

 

sentences with using different verbs.

 

 

 

 

Chapter -06

a)

Introduction to the Plurals (سكري عًج) and making sentences with using

 

 

 

 

various plural words & its Practice. Conversion of the singulars to the

 

 

 

 

Plurals & its Practice. Introduction to the Plurals (ثَؤي عًج) and making

 

 

 

 

sentences with using the various plural words & its Practice.

 

 

 

b)

Conversion of the singulars to the Plurals & its Practice. Review of

 

 

 

 

previous classes.

 

 

 

 

Chapter -07

Introduction to the Plural Verb (سكري-معف) and make sentence with using the

 

 

 

 

 

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various plural Verbs & its Practice. Conversion of the singulars to the Plurals & its Practice. Review of previous classes.

Chapter -08 Introduction to the Plural Verb (ثَؤي-معف) and making sentence with using the various plural Verbs & its Practice. Review of previous all classes. Class Test.

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Course Title: Qur‟an Studies in Texts &

Course Code: URQS -1101

Translation

 

 

 

Credit Hours: 01 (One) Hour

Contact Hours: 02 (Two) Hours (per week)

 

 

Outlines of the course:

Section (A) (Mid-term Examination: 30 marks): (Total lectures = 6 X 2= 12, 6 weeks) Selected Texts

Chapter -1

1. An Introduction to the Holy Qur‟an. (1 lecture).

 

2. The introductory chapter of the Qur‟an (Suratul Fatihah). (1 lecture).

 

3. Iman, Islam & „Amal al-Saleh: (3 lectures).

 

3: a. Selected Text on Iman: 2: 1-5 (1lecture).

 

(Additional references: 2: 285, 18: 107- 110, 23: 1-11).

 

3: b. Selected Text on Islam: 3:19-22 (1lecture).

 

(Additional references: 3: 85, 5: 3, 6: 175).

 

3: c. Selected Text on „Amal al- Saleh 4:103(1lecture).

 

(Additional references: 4: 124, 17: 9, 18: 107 -110).

Chapter -2

1. Fundamental of Islamic Belief (Tawheed, Risalah & Akhirah) (3 lectures).

 

a. Selected Text on Tawheed: 112 (1lecture).

 

(Additional references: 2: 163, 3: 4 23:91).

 

b. Selected Text on Risalah: 4:163(1lecture).

 

(Additional references: 3:84, 7: 158, 61:6).

 

c. Selected Text on Akhirah: 27: 1-5 (1lecture).

 

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(Additional references: 2: 4, 3:145, 23: 74)

Chapter -3 1: Salah , Zakah, Sawom & Hajj – 4 lectures

a. Selected Text on Salah = 9:71-72 (1 lecture). (Additional references: 22:41, 24: 56, 27:1-3)

b. Selected Text on Zakah =27:1-5 (1 lecture). (Additional references: 3:92, 2:254, 63:10-11).

c.Selected Text on Sawom: 2: 183-84 (1 lecture). (Additional references: 2:185)

d.Selected Text on Hajj: 3: 96- 97 (1 lecture). (Additional references: 2: 196- 197).

Total = 12 lectures before mid- term Exam.

Section (B) (Final Examination: 50 marks):

Total lectures 8x2= 16 (One lecture on every topic, 8 weeks).

Selected Texts

Chapter -4 1. Selected Text on Taharah : 5:6. (Additional references: 4: 43, 9: 108)

2.Selected Text on creation of mankind and its vicegerency on the earth: 38:71. (Additional references: 20:30-32, 6: 165, 35:39)

3.Selected Text on subjugation of all that are in the universe for the mankind. 16: 12-15. (Additional references 31: 20, 45: 12-13)

Chapter -5 1. Selected Text on position of the Muslim Ummah= 2:143. (Additional references: 3:110)

2.Selected Text on objectives of human life = 6: 162, 51:56. (Additional references: 67:2)

3.Selected Text on obligations of calling to the way of Allah.= 16: 125 (Additional references: 3: 104, 110, 41:33(

Chapter -6 1. Selected Text on 0ur duties and obligations towards Allah = 3:102, 61:11. )Additional references: 4:36, 22:77(

2.Selected Text on duties and obligations towards Allah‟s Messenger =

3:31-32, (Additional references: 4:65 , 59:7)

3.Selected Text on duties and obligations towards the parents= 17:22-24 (Additional references:29:8, 31:14, 46:15)

Chapter -7 1. Selected Text on duties and obligations towards spouses to each Other = 4: 34-35. (Additional references:4:19, , 30:21)

2.Selected Text on duties and obligations towards relatives. 17:26, 16:90. (Additional references:4: 8, 30:38)

3.Selected Text on shirk and its consequences= 4:48, 5:72 (Additional references: 4:116, 31: 13, 22: 31).

Chapter -8 1. Selected Text on Kufr and its consequences= 2:161,162 (Additional references :2:6-7, 3:10, 91, 4: 56)

2.Selected Text on Nifaq and its consequences= 9:67, 68 (Additional references: 4: 142-145).

3.Selected Text on characteristics of ideal Servants of Allah („Ibadur

Rahman) as depicted in the Qur‟an= 25: 63-76

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4.Selected Text on the components of loss and destruction for the mankind and how to get rid of the loss : Suratul „Asr

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Course Title: Foreign Language- 02

Course Code: URFL-1202

 

 

Credit Hours: 01 (One) Hour

Contact Hours: 02 (Two) Hours (per week)

 

 

Objectives of the Course: Intermediate Arabic course is designed for 2nd semester students of all faculties other than Shariah. The Arabic language course is offered by the university to orient the students with the language of the holy Qur‟an and Sunnah and let them be enlightened with the guidance of Islam. It will make them eligible to co-operate with the Arabian world. Begin familiar with Arabic language will enable them to be benefited by the original Islamic references also.

Course out line in details: URAL – 1202 course has been provided for those who have become familiar with Arabic alphabet along with the basic words and foundations of it. Any language course should go through listening, speaking, reading and writing. In order to fulfill this demand Intermediate Arabic course prescribes the following contents:

Section (A) Mid-term Exam-30 Marks

Chapter-1 Introductory class on the course

Text: conversation (ساٛؾٌا) Reading & writing

Discussion on ْإِ, ًؼٌ, ٚر, Questions

Word meaning, making sentence

Text: conversation (ساٛؾٌا) Reading & writing

Discussion on ظ١ٌ,Questions, Word meaning

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Chapter-2 Text: conversation ,Reading & writing

Discussion on Degree of Comparison – ً١ؼفزٌا ُعاQuestions word-memorization, Cardinal numberٍٝطأ دذػ and ordinal number- ٟج١رشر دذػ Text: conversation, Reading & writing

Discussion on Intransitive Verb (past) - َصلاٌا ًؼفٌاا Questions

Chapter-3 Text: conversation, Reading & writing Discussion on transitive Verb -ٞذؼزٌّا ًؼفٌا Questions word-memorization, making sentence

Text: conversation ,Reading & writing

Change of verb-past- ٝػبٌّا (number, Gender, person) Questions words-memorization, Cardinal number-ٍٝطأ دذػ

6(six) weeks, number of classes 18(eighteen)

Section-(B) Final-Exam-50 Marks

Chapter-4 Text: conversation, Reading & writing

Change of verb, Questions, word-memorization (Fractional number ٟئضغٌا دذؼٌا ) Past form of verb, Questions

Text: conversation ,Reading & writing,

Discussion on exclamatory verb تغؼزٌا ًؼف, plural of noun and its kinds, Questions, Word meaning

Chapter-5 Text: conversation ,Reading & writing, Questions Present-Future tense, Questions, Word meaning Text: conversation ,Reading & writing, Questions Change of present verb, Questions

Negative verb, sign of future, Root of verb, Questions, Word meaning

Chapter-6 Text: conversation ,Reading & writing, Questions

Convert-verb into Gender, number, person, Questions

name of days, Word meaning

Chapter-7 Form of present- Future tense, Questions

Signs of present tense, Word meaning,

Kinds of tenses

Review-class

Chapter-8 Text: conversation ,Reading & writing,

Imperative-Sentence -شِلأا - Questions

Word meaning, making sentence

Text: conversation ,Reading & writing, Questions

Imperative-Sentence- ٌٟٕٙا Questions

Class-test

Review-class

8(eight) weeks, 24(twenty-four) classes

References:

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1.Abdur Rahim Dr. F, بٙث ٓ١مؽبٌٕا ش١غٌ خ١ثشؼٌا طٚسذٌا Durusul lugatil Arabia li gairinnatiqeena biha (Lessons of Arabic Language for the non speakers).

2.Al- Arabia Al-Muyassarah (Easy Arabic), King Saud University, Published by - Arabic Language Institute,

3.Al-Arabiatu Lil Hayat (Arabic For daily life), King Saud University, Published by - Arabic Language Institute.

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Course Title: Hadith Studies in Texts & Translation

Course Code: URHS -1202

 

 

Credit Hours: 01 (One) Hour

Contact Hours: 02 (Two) Hours (per week)

 

 

Objective of the course:

To get the students acquainted with the prophetic Hadith and its importance.

To bring the students in direct contact with the prophetic Hadiths.

To help the students in getting guidelines from the prophetic Hadiths.

To highlight before the students the meanings and message of the sayings of the Prophet (SAAS.) in some basic issues of their life.

Encouraging the students to follow the teachings of the prophet (SAAS.) in every walk of their life.

To create an interest among the students in studying the prophetic Hadiths regularly which can help them lead an ideal Islamic life.

Outcome of the course:

After studying this course the following result is expected to be attained: 31

This course will make the student informed about the nature, scope and importance of the prophetic Hadith.

This course will enlighten the students through providing them with basic knowledge of the prophetic Hadiths.

This course will make the students guided by the teachings and message of the Prophetic Tradition (Hadith).

It will create special love and affection to the Prophet (SAAS.) which is the basic requirement for being a Muslim in true sense.

This course will help the students to further their studies in the Prophetic tradition as part of their daily life.

This course will help them in attaining the success in this life and salvation in the Hereafter.

This course will create an atmosphere to enlighten the mental faculty of the students with the wisdom of the prophetic Tradition (Hadith).

The course will pave the way for the students for following the commandment of the Prophet (SAAS.), abstaining from those disliked by him and to make decision in different issues based on knowledge and confidence.

Outlines of the course:

This course will consist of 31 sayings of the Prophet (SAAS.) on different important issues related to different aspects of the life of every Muslim.

The teacher shall project a Hadith of the Prophet (SAAS.) through Over Head Projector (OHP) along with its English translation. One or two students who can read the text in Arabic shall be asked to read it correctly, if he commits any mistake the teacher shall make necessary correction of the mistake, them the teacher shall translate it into English in two stages: Firstly word for word translation and secondly translation of the text as a whole. Explain the important words literally and terminologically as well where needed. Shall ask the students to repeat the meaning of the words and explanation thereof.

Finally, the teacher shall highlight the lesson of this particular Hadith and discuss how to implement its teachings in our daily life.

Topic-wise arrangement of Hadiths:

Section (A) (Mid-term Examination: 30 marks)

Chapter-1

Topic-1: Importance of the Intention [H/2 – L/2]

 

a)

Rewards for good deeds depends on sincerity of intention

 

b)

Intention for a good deed deserves one for reward however

 

 

intention for bad deed does not lead to punishment.

 

Topic-2: Firmness of belief [H/1 – L/1]

 

Topic-3: Importance of Taqwa (God fearing and Piety) [H/1 – L/1]

 

 

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Chapter-2

 

Topic-4: Pillars of Islam [H/3 – L/3]

 

 

a) Five pillars of Islam

 

 

b) Prime importance of Salat (Prayer) and Sawm (Fasting)

 

 

c) Salat is the first thing about which a person will be accountable in

 

 

the Day of Resurrection

 

 

Topic-5: Sincere obedience to the Prophet is needed [H/1 – L/1]

 

 

 

Chapter-3

 

Topic-6: Basic Islamic Characters [H/4 – L/4]

 

 

a) The beauty of Muslim‟s true Islam.

 

 

b) Like for your Brother which you like for you.

 

 

c) Speaking good, honoring the neighbors and the guests.

 

 

d) To control one‟s temperament.

 

 

e) Importance of cleanliness and some other important characters.

 

 

Section (B) (Mid-term Examination: 50 marks)

 

 

Chapter-4

Topic-7: Islamic Behavior [H/2 – L/1]

 

a)

Relation between the Muslims and their expected behavior

 

b) Total abstinence from harmful activities

 

Topic-8: Responsibility of a Muslim towards the wrong [H/1 – L/1]

 

Topic-9: Identification of righteousness and sinfulness [H/1 – L/1]

 

Topic-10: Correct attitude towards Allah‟s injunctions and His exemptions

 

 

[H/1 – L/1]

 

 

Chapter-5

Topic-11: Way to exercising the act of Sadaqah or Charity in daily life

 

 

[H/1 – L/1]

 

Topic-12: How to gain Allah‟s pleasure and love from the people [H/1 –

 

 

L/1]

 

Topic-13: How to be a true Muslim [H/1 – L/1]

 

 

Chapter-6

Topic-14: Symptoms of a hypocrite [H/1 – L/1]

 

Topic-15: Exemption from punishment if a sinful act is done out of

 

mistake, out of forgetfulness or under compulsion [H/1 – L/1]

 

Topic-16: Consequence of Shirk (Associating with Allah) [H/1 – L/1]

 

 

Chapter-7

Topic-18: Benefits of devotion to Allah [H/1 – L/1]

 

Topic-19: Benefits of depending upon Allah sincerity [H/1 – L/1]

 

Topic-20: Importance of sincere well wishing as an integral

 

 

requirement of religion [H/1 – L/1]

 

 

Chapter-8

Topic-21: Standard attitude of a true Muslim toward the world [H/1 –

 

 

L/1]

 

 

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Topic-22: The way to get rid of the conspiracy of Iblees (Satan) [H/1 – L/1]

Topic-23: The branches of Iman [H/1 – L/1]

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Course Title: Advanced English

Course Code: UREL -1103

Credit Hours: 2 (two) Hours.

Contact Hours: 3 (three) Hours. (Per week)

Objectives

To prepare the students for the forthcoming courses, which will be conducted using English as medium of instruction.

To enrich students‟ vocabulary so that they can be able to overcome their difficulties in comprehending the text books which are written in English.

To make the students confident enough in their use of English by enriching their knowledge of English grammar.

Total Marks: 100 (30-Midterm, 20-Class tests, attendance and assignments, 50-final examination)

Section: A (Midterm Exam: Grammar-15, Reading-15, Writing-05 = 30 marks)

Chapter -1

Grammar:

 

1.

Tenses & their Aspects. (Use of verbs to be, to have and to do, use and

 

 

structure of tenses with oral and written exercises which include dialogue,

 

 

paragraph writing, filling up the gaps, using verbs in correct forms and tense

 

 

based corrections)

 

2.

Subject & Verb Agreement (Exercises will include use of verbs in correct

 

 

numbers and choosing correct verbs out of two options)

 

3.

Use of Pronoun (Exercises will focus on identification and use of different

 

 

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types of pronouns, joining sentences with relative pronouns and other important uses of pronoun)

4.Transformation of Sentences, (Sentence types: affirmative, negative, interrogative, exclamatory, simple, complex, compound, positive, comparative & superlative)

5.Modal auxiliary and modal + perfectives (Exercises will include use of different modals, correction based on the use of modals, use of „should have done, „may have done‟, „could have done‟ and „must have done‟)

Chapter-2 Reading: Students will have to attempt unseen comprehension to test comprehensive ability. They will be taught some passages from the following book so that they can be familiar with the type and nature of question for the exam.

Text Book: Exercises in Reading Comprehension

Edited by: E.L. Tibbitts

Longman House Harlow

Essex

Chapter-3 Writing:

Paragraph (guided and free)

Story writing (Stories based on some moral lesson/completing a story from some initial lines given/expanding a story on the basis some hints given)

Section: B Final Examination Grammar-25, Reading-15, writing-10= 50 marks)

Chapter -4

Grammar:

 

1.

Conditional Sentences (Discussion will focus on the use of three

 

 

conditional structures. Exercises will include use of right forms of

 

 

verbs given within the bracket or choosing correct form of verb out

 

 

of two/three options)

 

2.

Active and Passive Voice (Practical use passive structures, change

 

 

of voice, correction relating voice, Exercises will also include

 

 

using verbs in correct form given in sentences using both active

 

 

and passive structures)

Chapter -5

3.

Direct and Indirect Narration (Discussion will focus on the uses of

 

 

both direct and indirect speeches, change of narration of detached

 

 

sentences)

 

4.

Use of Preposition, Completing Sentences and Gap filling with

 

 

Preposition and Conjunction

Chapter - 6

5.

Causative Verbs (Discussions will focus of on the use of causative

 

 

verbs. Exercises will include use of correct forms of verbs after a

 

 

causative verb)

 

6.

Participle and Gerund (Discussion will focus on the uses of gerund

 

 

and participle, joining sentences using present participle form of a

 

 

verb. Exercises will include identifying participle and gerund from

 

 

the given sentences, joining sentences with present participle)

 

7.

Common Mistakes in English

Chapter -7

Reading: Students will have to attempt unseen comprehension to test

 

comprehensive ability. They will be taught some passages from the

 

following book so that they can be familiar with the type and nature of

 

question for the exam.

 

Text Book: Exercises in Reading Comprehension

 

Edited by: E.L. Tibbitts

 

 

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Longman House Harlow

 

Essex

Chapter -8

Writing:

 

1.

Write newspaper reports as staff correspondent of a newspaper.

 

2.

Personal and official letter or e-mail

 

3.

Amplification of ideas

Books Recommended:

1.Raymond Murphy, Intermediate English Grammar, Foundation Books, 2/19 Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi-110002, Manas Saikia, 1995. (Published by arrangement with Cambridge University Press, The Edinburgh Building, Shaftsbury Road, Cambridge CB2 2RU, U.K.)

2.Wren & Martin, High School English Grammar and Composition-,New Delhi, S. Chand & Company Ltd. 2002

3.Thomson & Martinet, Practical English Grammar, Oxford University Press, Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, 1993 (reprinted in India by arrangement with Oxford University Press, Oxford)

4.Michael A. Pyle and Mary Ellen Munoz, Cliffs TOEFL Preparation Guide, New Delhi, BPB Publications, B-14, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001, 1992

5.Bruce Rogers, Peterson‟s TOEFL Success, Princeton, New Jersey, Peterson‟s, 2000

6.AS Hornby, Oxford Advanced Learner‟s Dictionary of Current English, Oxford University Press,

2002-2003

7.Chowdhury & Hossain, Advanced English, Dhaka, Sayma Chowdhury and Halima Chowdhury, 2004.

 

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Course Title: Islamic „Aqidah

 

Course Code: URIS – 1101

Credit Hour: 01 C.H.

 

Contact Hour: 01 C.H. (per week)

Objectives:

 

 

This course is designed

1.To provide the students with proper knowledge about the Islamic way of life.

2.To make them aware of the existing religious misconceptions & traditional superstitions contradicting with the basic faith & tenants of Islam.

3.To give them a clear concept about the all-embracing view of „Ibadah in Islam.

Course Outline:

Section-A (Mid-term Exam: 30 Marks)

Chapter- 1

Islam: an Introduction:

 

a.

Importance of Islamic „Aqidah and the relation between Iman and

 

 

Islam.

 

b.

Historical Background of Islam.

 

c.

Islam as a Complete Code of Life.

Chapter- 2

Belief in The Articles of Faith:

 

a.

The Unity of Allah (Tawheed)

 

b.

Belief in the Attributes of Allah

 

c.

Impact of Tawheed on human life.

 

 

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Chapter- 3 The Shirk and its Consequences.

a.Different types of Shirk

b.Divine Unity in Practice.

c.Nifaq: Its meaning, Signs and Consequences.

Section-B (Final Exam: 50 Marks)

Chapter- 4

Belief in Allah’s Angels (Malaikah):

 

 

a.

Angels - their Nature and Functions.

 

 

b.

Virtues of belief in Angels.

 

 

c.

Can they assume any Human Form?

 

 

Chapter- 5

Belief in the Books of Allah:

 

 

a.

Are all Scriptures remaining presently in their Original Form?

 

 

b.

The Qur‟an: The last and unchanged Divine Book.

 

 

c.

The position of Qur‟an amongst other Revealed Books.

Chapter- 6

Belief in Allah’s Prophets:

 

a.

Believing in all the Prophets is equally essential for being a Muslim.

 

b.

Contributions of the Prophets towards the Humanity.

 

c.

Muhammad (SAAS), the Greatest, the Best and the Last among all

 

 

the Prophets.

Chapter- 7

Belief in the Life After Death:

 

 

a.

The logic behind believing in the Life after Death.

 

 

b.

Impact of Belief in the Life after Death on Human Life.

 

 

c.

Inevitability of Akhirah and its Stages.

Chapter- 8

Belief in Qadr (Fate) and divine decree:

 

 

a.

Man‟s Freedom of Will.

 

 

b.

Fate: No excuse for Sinners.

 

 

c.

Evil: Not attributable to Allah.

Reference:

1.Al-Jazaeeri, Abu Bakr, Minhajul Muslim, Cairo, Darul Kutub As- Salafiyah.

2.Rafique Dr. Abu Bakr, Islam The Ultimate Religion (Book one) Islamic „Aqidah‟,

Chittagong: ABC Publications, 2002.

3.Sabiq, Assayed, Al-`Aqaeed Al- Islamiyah, Cairo, Al-Fathu Lil-Ielamil Arabi, 10th edition-2000.

4.Farid, Ahmed, An Encounter with Islam, Dhaka: Islamic Foundation, Baitul Mukarram, Dhaka, 1995.

5.Abdalati, Hammuda, Islam in Focus, Islamic Teaching course. Vol. 1

6.Badawi, Dr. Jamal, Islamic Teachings vol. 1

7.AL–Gazali, Mohammad, Aqidatul Muslim.

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Course Title: Introduction to „Ibadah

Course Code: URIS-1203

 

 

Credit Hour: 01 (One) C.H.

Contact Hour: 01 (One) C.H. (per week)

 

 

Objective:

This course deals about the pillars of Islam. It tries to present Islam as a complete and comprehensive code of conduct for all human being from the Islamic and rational point of view. The course offers the Students a clear understanding of the fundamental belief of Islam. It also presents the impact of belief on human life.

Section: A (Mid-Term Examination: 30 marks)

Chapters

 

 

Topics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

'Ibadah: Its introduction: (a) Meaning of „Ibadah (b) concept and significance of

Chapter-01

 

 

Ibadah (c) Scope of „Ibadah (d) The best „Ibadah (e) Objectives of „Ibadah. (f)

 

 

Conditions of „Ibadah.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter-02

 

 

Characteristics of ‘Ibadah in Islam: (a) Free from Intermediaries (b) Not being

 

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confined to specific places (c) All-Embracing View.
Signs of ‘Ibadur Rahman according to the holy Qur’an.

Chapter-03

Section: B (Final Examination: 50 marks)

Chapters Topics

Salah (Prayer): Its significance, teaching & some basic rules: (a) Definition (b)

Importance (c) Impact (d) Shurutus-Salah: Conditions for Prayer (e) Arkanus-Salah:

Pillalrs of Salah (f) Mufsidatus-Salah: Things that invalidate the prayer (g) Sajdatus- Chapter-01 Sahu: Sajdah that makes prayer correct (h) Salatul-Jumu„ah: Friday sermon (i)

Salatul-Janazah: The funeral prayer (j) Salatul-Musafir: Prayer of the traveler (k)

Salatul-„Eid:Eid prayer and (l) How to perform the Salah in detail (practically)?

 

Zakah (poor due) : Its significance, teaching & some basic rules:

Chapter-02

a) Definition (b) Importance (c) Impact/benefits (d) kinds of property on which Zakah

 

is obligatory (e) Who should give Zakah (f) Due recipients of Zakah (g) Zakah as a

 

means to elevate poverty from society.

 

Sawm (Fasting): Its significance, teaching & some basic rules: (a) Definition (b)

Chapter-03

Importance (c) Impact (d) Mufsidatus-Sawm: Things which invalidate the fast (e) Who

must fast? (f) Exemption from fasting (g) Recompense of mistake.

 

 

 

 

Hajj (pilgrimage): Its significance, teaching & some basic rules: (a) Definition (b)

Chapter-04

Importance (c) Impact (d) How to perform Hajj in detail?

 

 

 

Jihad: Definition, significance (misconception), importance, classification from

Chapter-05

various aspects.

Reference:

1.Mahmudul Hasan, Dr. Syed, ISLAM, Dhaka: Islamic Foundation, Baitul Mukarran, Dhaka, 1980

2.Abdalati, Hammudah, Islam in Focus, The Dept. of Islamic Affairs, The Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, State of Qatar, 1995/ Islamic Teaching Course. Vol.-1

3.Al-Quardawi, Dr. Yousuf, Al-Ibadah in Islam, Wahba publication, Etypt, 24th edition, 1995.

4.Didat, Dr. Ahmad, Concept of Ibadah in Islam, Transmitted by Ali Usman, Al-Mukhtar Al- Islami publication, Egypt.

5.Alkhuli, Muhammad Ali, The Light of Islam, E 4, Riyad: Al Farazdak Press, 1983.

6.Journal, „A Study of the Qur‟an and its teaching, Published by: IQRA International Education Foundation, Chicago, 1999

7.Zarqa, Mustafa Ahmed, Translated by Dr. Zafr Ishaq Ansary, The Islamic Concept of Worship („Ibadah), (Printed Copy)

8.Islamic Education, IQRAA CHARITABLE SOCIETY, Jeddah- Saudi Arabia Book 1-8

9.Sarwar, Ghulam, Islam: Beliefs and Teachings, London: The Muslim Educational Trust, 1980.

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Course Title: Introduction to Qur‟an & Sunnah

Course Code: URIS-2303

 

 

Credit Hour: 01 (One) C.H.

Contact Hour: 02 (two) C.H. (per week)

 

 

Objectives:

The main objectives of this course are as follows:

1.To make the students familiar with the Qur‟an & Sunnah as they are the main sources of Islamic Shari„ah.

2.To achieve the main goal of the University in Islamization of Knowledge through enlightening the students with revealed knowledge of the Qur‟an and Sunnah.

Course Outline:

Section-A (Mid-term Exam: 30 Marks)

Chapter-1

a) Introduction to Qur’an:

 

1.

Definition of the Qur’an Literally and Terminologically.

 

2.

The various Names of the Qur’an.

 

3.

Wahy (Revelation) of the Holy Qur’an:

 

 

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The concept of Wahy, the Meaning of Wahy, the Procedure of Wahy, the Revelation of the Qur`an to the Angels, the Revelation of the Qur`an to the Prophet from Jibreel, Gradual Revelation: The Stages of Revelation, The wisdom behind the Gradual Revelation. The First and The Last Revelation.

Chapter-2 1. Characteristics of the Holy Qur’an.

2.Central Subject Matter & the Main Themes of the Holy Qur’an.

3.The necessity of the Holy Qur’an.

Chapter-3 1. The Verses (Aayah) of the Qur`an: Meaning of Aayah, The Number of Verses, The Arrangement of the Verses, The Number of Words and Letters.

2.The Surahs of The Quran: Definition of Surah, The Arrangement of Surahs, The classification of Surahs.

Section-B (Fianl Exam: 50 Marks)

Chapter-4 Makki & Madani Revelations:

The Definition of Makki and Madani, The Characteristics of Makki and Madani Revelations, The benefits of knowing Makki and Madani.

Chapter-5 The Causes of Revealtion (Asbabunnuzul) : The Definition of Asbabunnszul, The classification of Asababunnuzul, The benefits of Knowing Asbanunnuzl.

Preservation & Compilation of the Holy Qur’an.

Chapter-6 Abrogation (Al-Naskh) in the Holy Qur’an : Definition of Naskh, The proof of Naskh, The conditions of Naskh, The Categories of Naskh, The blessings of Naskh, The benefits of knowing Nasikh and Mansukh.

The Miraculous Nature of The Qur’an (I‘jaz Al-Qur’an : Definition of I‟jaz, The Proof for I`jaz, The Quran as the Miracle of the Prophet, The Types of I`jaz)

Chapter-7 b) Introduction to Sunnah

1.Sunnah: Its definition & the difference between Sunnah & Hadith.

2.The importance of Sunnah in Islamic Shariah.

3.Explanation of some important terms of Sunnah.

4.The authority of Sunnah in Islam.

5.Collection & Compilation of Sunnah.

6.Method of distinguishing a genuine Sahih Hadith from a spurious Da„if

Hadith .

a)The science of Dirayah.

b)The science of Riwayah.

Chapter-8 The classification of Hadith and the rulings concerning the various kinds of Hadith.

c)According to the reference to a particular authority. 41

d)According to the links in the Isnad.

e)According to the number of narrators involved in each stage of the Isnad.

f)According to the number of narrators by which the Hadith is reported.

g)According to the reliability and memory of the narrator.

References:

1.Denffer, Ahmad, vol. „Ulum Al-Qur‟an: An Introduction to the Sciences of the Qur‟an, The Islamic Foundation, UK, reprinted by – A.S. Noordeen, Kuala Lumpur. 1983.

2.Ushama, Dr. Thameem, Sciences of the Qur‟an: An Analytical Study, International Islamic University Malaysia, Cooperative Limited, Kuala Lumpur. 1998.

3.Bucaille, Dr. Maurice, The Bible The Qur‟an & Science, Thinkers Library, Selangor Darul Ehsan. Malaysia, 1996.

4.Al-Azami, Dr Mohammad Mustafa, Studies in Early Hadith Literature, American Trust publication, Indiana, 1978.

5.Hasan, Dr. Suhaib, An Introduction to the Science of Hadith,London, AL-Quran Society, 1994.

6.Marhribi, Al-Hassan, Introduction to the Study of the Hadith, Roshmee, South Africa, Roshmee Islamic School, 1994.

7.Salih, Muhammad Adeeb, Lamahat fee Usul al-Hadeth, Damascus, 1393 AH.

8.Siddiqi, Muhammad Zubayr, Hadith Literature: its Origin, Development & Special Features, Cambridge, Islamic Texts Society, 1993.

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Course Title: Interoduction to Political Thoughts

Course Code: URIS – 3504

 

 

Credit Hours: 1 (one) C.H.

Contact Hours: 1 (one) C.H. (per

 

week)

Objectives:

1- To teach the students the basic information about the Political System of Islam.

2- To enlighten them with the essential knowledge of performing the duty of vicegerency (Khilafah) assigned by Allah Himself in this world.

3- To make them acquainted with the procedure and system of social justice of Islam.

4- To encourage them to build a corruption and crime free society on the basis of Qur‟anic teachings.

Course Outlines:

Section-A (Mid-term Exam: 30 Marks)

Chapter-1 Government and Politics: [Meaning and Organs].

Islamic Political System:[Meaning, Importance and Principles]

Chapter-2 Shari„ah (Islamic Law): [Meaning, Sources and Differences between Shari„ah and

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Manmade Law]

Chapter-3 Constitution: [Definition, Islamic Constitution and Special Features of an

Islamic

Constitution]

Section-B (Final Exam: 50 Marks)

Chapter-4

Islamic State: [Concept of Islamic State, Differences between Islamic and

 

Secular State,

 

Necessity of Islamic State, Main Organs of Islamic State, Principles of

 

Islamic State]

Chapter-5

The Executive (Head of the state): [Conception, Qualifications, How to

 

Select a Head of the State, Factions of the Executive].

Chapter-6

Legislative (Al-Shura): [Meaning, Importance, Example and Functions]

Chapter-7

The Judiciary (Al-Qada): [Meaning, Importance, Nature and

 

Implementation, Types of Punishment]

Chapter-8

Citizenship (Nationality): [Meaning, Types, Rights]

 

Hisbah [Meaning, Importance, Objectives, Functions and Selection of

 

Mushtasib].

Book References:

1.Matin, Abdur Rashid and Sirajul Islam, Political Science: An Islamic Perspective.

2.Ansari, Jalal, Introduction to the Systems of Islam, London, Al-Khilafah Publications, ISBN-1899574026.

3.Al-Hudaibi, Muhammad, The Principles of Politics in Islam, Islamic Inc. Publishing & Distribution.

4.Avãyi inxg gynv¤§`,Avj‡KviAv‡b ivóª I miKvi|

5.Hasan, Prof. Masudul, Reconstruction of Political Thought in Islam, Islam Publications (Pvt.) Limited, Lahore, Pakistan, 1988.

6.Al-Buraey, Muhammad, Administration Development: Islamic Perspective.

7.Asad, Mohammad, Basic principles of state and Government in Islam (California; Southern California University Press, evsjvq Abyev` Aa¨vcK kv‡n` Avjx, BmjvwgK dvD‡Ûkb|

8.Watt, Montgomery, The Majesty That was ISLAM.

9.Taymiah, Ibni Public Duties in Islam, Mokhter Holland translated.

10.Ali, Sk. Ansar, Islamic Legal System.

11.Matin, Abdur Rashid and Sirajul Islam, Introduction to Political Science.

12.Sherwani, H.K. Studies in Muslim Political Thought and Administration, Muhammad Ashraf, 1945, Lahore.

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Course Title: Biography of the Prophet (SAAS.)

Course Code: URIS – 3607

Credit Hours: 01 (one) C.H.

Contact Hours: 01 (one) C.H. (per week)

Objective: This course aims to achieve the following objectives:

To develop a clear understanding of the Prophet‟s mission and teaching amongst the students and equipped them with the knowledge about our beloved Prophet (SAAS.).

To bring home the understanding to the students that the Prophet (SAAS.) is the last and final Messenger of Allah (SWT) among all the other Prophets of Allah and therefore,

Prophet‟s teaching is the sole guidance as to be followed by the entire mankind.

To activate the students to know the meaning and significance of the Prophethood of the Prophet (SAAS.) so that the learners can better be able to examine their own position in the touchstone of the teachings of the Noble Prophet (SAAS.).

Course outlines:

Section 0A: (Mid-Term Examination: 30 Marks)

Chapter-1 An introduction to Siratunnabi (SAAS.), Sirah and its literally and technical meaning, Selection of Arabia as the birthplace of the Final Prophet (SAAS.), Socio-Political and Religious condition of pre-Islamic Arabia: an Overview.

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Chapter-2

The Prophet from the birth to the Prophethood: Birth and Childhood, Business trip to Syria with his uncle Abu Talib, Battle of Fujjar and Hilful-Fudul, Contribution of Mohammad (SAAS.) in the business of Khadijah, Marriage with Khadijah, Rebuilding of Al-Kabah, Search for the truth.

Chapter-3 Life and Teachings of the Prophet (SAAS.): Early life of Muhammad (SAAS.):

Birth and Childhood, Business trip to Syria with his uncle Abu Talib. Teenager, Battle of Fujjar, Hilful Fudul, Shephardhood.

Youthhood, Contribution of Muhammad (SAAS.) in the business of Khadijah. Marriage of Muhammad (SAAS.) with Khadijah. Rebuilding of Al-Ka„bah, Search for the Truth, Receiving the Truth.

Prophet (SAAS.) at Makkah: (From first revelation to the emigration to

Abyssinia): Prophethood, First revelation and its impact.

Propagation of Islam Begins in secret, The early Muslims, End of the First Phase. Islamic Movement becomes public, The Prophet on the Mount of Safa. Oppositions from the Quraysh Begin, Qur‟anic approach towards Quraysh Oppositions.

Migration to Abyssinia.

Section- B: (Final Examination: 50 Marks)

Chapter-4 Prophet (SAAS.) at Makkah: (From emigration to Abyssinia to the migration to Madinah)-

Boycott and Confinement of the Prophet (SAAS.) and Banu Hashim by the Quraish, The Year of sorrow.

Chapter-5 Taif- the most difficult day, Mi„raj of the Prophet. Covenants of Al-Aqabah. Hijrah of the Prophet (SAAS.).

Chapter-6 The Prophet (SAAS.)at Madinah: (From migration to Hudaybiyah)

Construction of the Mosque, The Charter of Madinah, Important Battles till the agreement of Hudaybiyah- The Battle of Badr, The Battle of Uhud, Battle of Ahzab, Campaigns against the Jews of Madinah, Hudaybiyah Agreement.

Chapter-7 Letters of the Prophet (SAAS.) to the kings beyond Arabia, Battle of Muta, Battle of Hunayun, The conquest of Makkah.

Chapter-8 The Farewell Pilgrimage, The Farewell Address of the Prophet (SAAS.) and its lessons, Departure of the Prophet (SAAS.), Contributions of the Prophet (SAAS.) as a reformer and as a nation builder and as an Idle for the all.

Book References:

1.Nadwi, Saiyid Sulaiman, Muhammad The Ideal Prophet: A Historical, Practical, Perfect Model for Humanity. Translated by Mohiuddin Ahmad. Islamic Book Trust K.L.N.D.

2.Abbott, Nabia. Aishah: The Beloved of Mohammad. London: Al-Saqi, 1998.

3.Andrae, Tor. Mohammed: The Man and His Faith. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1936.

4.Armstrong, Karen. Muhammad: A Biography of the Prophet. San Francisco, CA:

5.Asad, Muhammad. The Message of the Quran. Gibraltar: Dar al-Andalus, 1980.

6.Forward, Martin. Muhammad: A Short Biography. Oxford, UK: Oneworld, 1997.

7.Guillaume, Alfred. The Life of Muhammad: A Translation of Ibn Ishaq‟s Sirat Rasul

Allah. London: Oxford University Press, 1955.

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8.Kahn, Muhammad Zafrulla. Muhammad, Seal of the Prophets. New York: Viking Press, 981.

9.Lings, Martin. Muhammad: his life based on the earliest sources. New York: Inner Traditions International, 1983.

10.Motzki, Harald, ed. The Biography of Muhammad: The Issue of the Sources. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2000.

11.Nasr, Seyyed Hossein. Muhammad: Man of God. Chicago, IL: Kazi Publ., 1995.

12.Ramadan, Tariq. In the Footsteps of the Prophet: Lessons from the Life of Muhammad.

New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.

13.Robinson, Neal. The Sayings of Muhammad. London: Duckworth, 1991.

14.Rodinson, Maxime. Muhammad. New York: Pantheon Books, 1980 ed.

15.Rubin, Uri. The Eye of the Beholder: The Life of Muhammad as Viewed by the Early

Muslims. Princeton, NJ: Darwin Press, 1995.

16.Rubin, Uri, ed. The Life of Muhammad. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998.

17.Warraq, Ibn, ed. The Quest for the Historical Muhammad. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2000.

18.Watt, William Montgomery. Muhammad at Mecca. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1953.

19.Watt, William Montgomery. Muhammad at Medina. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1956.

20.Watt, William Montgomery. Muhammad: Prophet and Statesman. London: Oxford University Press, 1961.

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Course Title: History of Khilafah and Muslim contribution to

Course Code: URIH – 4701

world civilization (Up to 1258 A. D.

 

Credit Hours: 1 (one) C.H.

Contact Hours: 1 (one) C.H.

Objectives of this course:

The course is aimed at achieving the following objectives:

1.To create awareness among the students about the history of Khilafah and its glorious contribution towards the development of administration, society, advancement of civilization and education.

2.This course also aims at making the students acquainted with the glorious contribution of the Pious Caliphs and their successors towards the development of just administration, advancement of civilization and education and their great services towards humanity at large.

3.To make the students conscious about the Muslim contribution towards different fields of world civilization in the medieval age

Course outlines:

Section 01: (Mid-Term Examination: 30 Marks)

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Chapter-1 Khilafah: Definition, Origin and Development of Khilafah, Difference between Khilafah in general sense and Khilafah „Ala-minhaj al- Nabuwwah, election to the office of the Khilafah, Khilafah vs Mulukiyyah, End of Khilafah.

Chapter-2 Introduction to the Pious Khalifah: An overall portrayal of four pious Khalifah: Abu Bakr (R) -the savior of Islam,

Umar (R) - the model of administration and great conqueror of Islamic empire, Conquest during his Khilafah,

Usman (R) - compilation of Qur‟an and his other achievements, Causes of revolt, assassination of Usman (R) and its effects on the history ,

Ali (R) - civil wars during his time and his other achievements.

Chapter-3 Administration under the Pious Caliphs -The Shura, Civil Administration, Sources of Revenue, Bait-al-Mal, judicial Administration, Police-Prison, Religious Administration and Military Administration.

Section 02: (Final Examination: 50 Marks)

Chapter-4 The Umayyad Khilafah (661 A.D-750 A.D):A brief discussion on Umayyad Khilafah, Administrative reforms of Abdul Malik bin Marwan,

Conquest and expansion of Islamic empire under Walid bin Abdul Malik, Umar bin Abdul Aziz and his Administration Policies,

Chapter-5 Central and Provincial Administration, Social Condition. Umayyah‟s contribution towards the development of civilization & education, Fall of the Umayyahs. An overall portrayal of Umayyad Khilafah.

Chapter-6 The Abbasid Khilafah (750 A.D-1258 A.D): Golden Prime of the Abbasids- Abul Abbas as Suffa, Abu Zafar al Mansur, Harun or Rashid, Al Amin and Al Mamun, Abbasid Society, Scientific and Literary development, Education, Development of Art and Architecture, Civil, Military, Judicial and Revenue Administration under the Abbasids. An overall portrayal of Abbasid Khilafah.

Chapter-7 The Umayyad Khilafah of Spain and The Fatimid Khilafah of Egypt. A brief analysis.

Chapter-8 Muslim contribution to the different fields of world civilization :

a)Geography,

b)Medicine,

c)Chemistry,

d)Mathematics,

e)Astronomy,

f)Historiography,

g)Art and literature.

Book References:

1.Hitti, P.K., History of the Arabs, Macmillan edition, 1970, London.

2.S.A.Q. Hussaini, The Arab Administration, 1956, Lahore.

3.Ali, Syeed Ameer, A Short History of Saracens, Macmillan edition, 1916, London.

4.T.I. Arnold, The Caliphate, Oxford, 1924, London.

5.Ali, Muhammad, The Early Caliphate, Cambridge, 1936, London.

6.Muir, W., Caliphate, Its Rise, Decline and fall, Edinburg, 1934.

7.B, Lewis, & P.M. Holt(ed.), Cambridge History of Islam, 1947.

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