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Aims & Objectives

Aims & Objectives

  • To develop an institution of research, studies and training at the highest level of scholarship in the field of Islamic economics and finance.
  • To undertake theoretical and empirical studies for the application of principles of Islamic economics and finance in India, in different states in India and also to study such experiments in other countries.
  • To publish the results of the research undertaken by the centre and other institutions, individually and collectively.
  • To provide forum for regular contacts and exchange of ideas among the scholars interested in the subject by organizing national and international seminars, symposium, training programmes and discussion meetings.
  • To publish a scientific journal, whether by print or electronic medium and to launch websites and discussion forums, etc.
  • To cooperate and coordinate with all such individuals, organisations and institutions in India and abroad, who are active in achieving similar objectives.
  • To support research and other academic activities undertaken by individuals and institutions throughout India financially as well as academically.
  • To publish books, periodicals, journals, pamphlets and other materials to popularize Islamic Banking and finance.
  • To help, co-operate and co-ordinate with other individuals and institutions in Islamic finance and investment in India in the field of Banking, Micro Finance, Insurance, etc.

News Updates

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    A one-day seminar on “Interest-Free Finances” was held on 8th February 2018 at the Scholars School Natipora Srinagar. The seminar was organized by Islamic Banking Kashmir (IBK) in collaboration with Crescent Co-operative Ltd. (CCL) Kashmir. At the outset the co-ordinator of the seminar...

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  • JK TO ESTABLISH PANCHAYAT BANK

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  • REALIZING SDG AGENDA 2030

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  • DEBT & INTEREST CRISIS IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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  • International Zakat Conference Kerala - 2018

    International Zakat Conference Kerala - 2018 Baithuzzakath Kerala organizes an international Zakat conference from April 27-29 in Ernakulum , to highlight and dessiminate the social development aspects and societal relevance of the Institution of Zakat in Islam. Organized Zakat instit...

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  • WITH GOVT SAYING NO TO ISLAMIC BANKING, WHAT OPTIONS DO THE MUSLIMS HAVE?

    One of the most contentious issues that have vexed the minds of Muslims is the concept of interest in the modern-day economy. The Muslim clerics (Ulema) have exhibited an ambivalent stand on major issues concerning Islamic finance, and on most occasions preferred to diplomatically deflect question...

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  • DROPPING THE IDEA OF ISLAMIC BANKING IN INDIA WILL LEAVE MILLIONS SHORTCHANGED

    There is an air of finality and inevitability to the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) recent decision to rule out introducing Islamic banking in India. It appears that just the presence of the word “Islamic” is reason enough to surmise that the Modi government – and ideol...

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