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Two Day National Seminar and Call for Papers onIslamic finance and entrepreneurial venture possibilities in India

TWO DAY NATIONAL SEMINAR ON ISLAMIC fINANCE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURE POSSIBLITIES IN INDIA.

Conducted jointly by Chair for Islamic studies of Calicut university and Indian Association for Islamic Economics (IAFIE) Kerala Chapter.

February 29th and March 1st of 2016

At Calicut University Campus

Expected guests and speakers:

PK Kunhalikutty (Honourable Minister for Industries Kerala)

Mohammed Basheer (Vice Chancellor)

Thomas Isaac MLA

C P John (member Kerala planning board)

T Balakrishnan IAS

Dr. Shariq Nisar Mumbai

H Abduraqeeb ICIF Delhi

Dr. KV Pavithran etc.

Technical sessions:

Islamic finance; concept and practice

Islamic finance in India; recent trends and expectations

Islamic financial ventures in India

Entrepreneurial venture and Islamic finance- challenges and prospects

Islamic finance for inclusive growth

Empirical, Conceptual, Research-in-Progress and Case Studies are invited on the following and related

topics of seminar.  The topics include:

Islamic venture capital

Islamic microfinance

Islamic investment opportunities in India

Potential and scope of Islamic finance in India

Financial inclusion and Islamic finance

Alternative finance in India

Islamic investment finance

Interest and its role in economic development etc.

    The abstract of the research paper must be mailed at seminar.cu16@gmail.com  on or before 5th

February 2016 and full paper (in Microsoft Word, Times New Roman, Font Size 12,      Heading 14 and

Line spacing 1.5)     should reach us latest   by 20th February 2016. The abstract must clearly indicate the

Title of the paper, name of the author, address, Email and contact number. The research paper must

include Introduction, objectives of the study, primary or secondary data used, tools of analysis and

results of the analysis. Brochure will be forwarded later.

For more details contact,

Dr. A I Rahmathullah Director of the seminar and Visiting professor of Islamic chair

Email : ahmedrahmathullah@gmail.com

Posted Date : 20 January 2016

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