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GAIVlB114642120ll
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
(Abstract)
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC BRANCH-IV B SECTION
No:
GAIVlB114642120ll
calicut Universiry. p.o., Dated:17.09.2011
Read: 1.U.O No.GA IY11213601108 Vol II dated t9-06-2009.
2. Minutes of the meeting of the Board of Studies in Islamic Studies (UG) held
on 20-06-201 1 (Item No.2).
3.orders of the vice chancellor in the file of even no.dated 08-08-2011.
ORDE
Choice based Credit Semester System and grading has been introduced for UG
curriculum in the colleges afTiliated to this University with effect from 2009 admission
and the regulations for the same implemented vide paper read 1't above.
The Board of Studies in Islamic Studies (UG) at its meeting held on 20-06-20ll
vide item No. 2 of the minutes, discussed , finalized and approved the syllabus of B.A
Islamic Studies to be offered in atfiliated colleges with effect from 201 1 admission.
The Vice-Chancellor after having considered the matter and in view of urgency,
exercising powers of Academic Council, has approved item No.2 of the minutes of the
meeting of the Board of Studies in Islamic Studies held on 2O-06-2Oli, subject to
ratification by Academic Council, vide paper read 3'd.
Sanction has therefore been accorded for implementing the sctr€me and syllabus of
B.A programme in Islamic Studies under Choice based Credit Semester System, in the
colleges affiliated to the University, with effect from 2011 admission onwards.
Orders are issued accbrdingly.
The Scheme and Syllabus is uploaded in the University website.
sd/DEPUTY REGTSTRAR (c&A_rV)
FoT REGISTRAR
To,
The Principals of all colleges offering B.A Islamic Studies.
Copy to:- CEIEx,EGlTabulation/DR-AR - B.A Branch /GA I 'F' Sn/GA I .G, SrVSystem
Administrator with a request to upload the syllabus in the University Website /
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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
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BOARD OF STUDTES tN ISLAMtC STUDTES (UG)
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SYLLABUS FOR B.A. ISLAMIC STUDIES
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Contents
A01 to A05
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Core Courses (15 courses)
lSLB01to l56BL5
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lS1C01to lS4C08
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Common Course- English ( 1to 6- 6 courses)
Common Course- Arabic (7 to 10 - 4 courses)
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Complementary Course (8 Course)
Elective 1
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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES lN ISLAMIC STUDIES (UG)
Chairman
Dr. K. Sheik Muhammed
Dept of Arabic
M.U.A.College, Pulikkal
Members:
1) Dr. P.Zubair
Head, Dept.of Arabic,
Govt. Arts and Science College,
Kozhikode
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Mr.P Muhammed
Prof. Grade ll
S.S.A.College, Areacode
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Mrs. Salooja.M
Asst. Professor
Govt. Ma ha rajs College, Erna kulam.
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Mrs.Shajila Beevi.S
Asst. Professor
Govt. Maharajs College, Ernakulam.
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Dr. K.P.Abdul Rehman
Associate Professor
M. E.S.College, Mannarkad
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Mr. P,P.Mulrammed
Associate Professor,
M.E.S.College, Mannarkad
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The B.A. tslamic Studies Syllabus contains
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Ten common courses ( 6 for English and 4 for Languages other than English)
2) 15 Core courses
3) 08 Complimentary courses
4) 02 Open courses and 02 Elective courses
5) 01 Project
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Continuous internal assessment is compulsory for all courses. The ratio of end semester external
examination to continuous internal assessment is as follows ,
f nd semester
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Continuous internal assessment- 25%
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One open course with 4 credits to be selected from the 2 courses offered.
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One Elective course with 2 credits to be selected from the 2 courses offered.
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of the Course: To make the student understand the underlying motives and objectives of different
lslamic movements, organizations, lnstitutions, historical places and structures and major works that
contributed to the development of lslamic culture and civilization. The project work must be written
,nder the guidance of a teacher. lt may be of 30-40 pages in length. The project work is assigned to the
5'n and the 6th semesters. The final evaluation will be at the end of the 6th semester.
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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDTES rN TSLAMTC STUDTES (UG)
OUTLINE OF CORE COURSE
Code
Title of the Course
Teaching Hours/week
Credit
Semester
ts1B01
Understanding lslam
5
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rs2B02
Quranic Science
5
4
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ls3B03
Science of Hadith
5
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ts3B04
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ts4B05
lslamic iurisprudence
lslamic Economlcs
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rs4B05
lnformatics
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ts5B07
Law of inheritance in lslam
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ts5B08
lslam in lndia
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rs5B09
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ts5B10
Analytical Study of the Quran
Reform movements in lslam
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4
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rs6B11
Muslim Historiography
5
4
5
rs6B12
Political Thought in lslam
5
4
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rs6B13
lslam and Comparative religion
5
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ls6B14
Sects in lslam
5
rs6B15
Project
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2 in the 5'" Sem. &2 in the
OUTLINE OF COMPLEMENTARY COURSES
Code
Title of the Course
Teaching Hours/week
ls1c01
Legacy of lslam in Kerala
3
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ts1c02
West Asian Studies Paper
3
2
1.
rs2c03
Science in Quran
3
2
2
rs2c04
West Asian Studies Paper ll
3
2
2
ts3c05
Eminent Muslim Scholars of lndia
3
2
3
rs1305
lslam in Europe
3
2
3
ts4c07
lslam in Plural Society
3
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ts4c08
Family Laws of lslam
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ts5D01
Title of the Course
Human Rights ln Islam
Teaching Hours/week
Credit
Semester
3
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5
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Elective
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Title of the Course
Teaching Hours/week
Credit
Semester
rs6E01
Contemporary Arab World
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5
rs5E02
Spoken Arabic
3
2
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Socio-econonric concept of lslam
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Fjjst Semester
Credit
No of Contact Hrs
cou rse
code
Per
Title of Course
Week
Per Semester
4
3
5
90
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A02
Communicative Skills in English
r'riiiral Rpadinp Writine oresentation
72
rnmmrrniratirre Skills in Arabic
4
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AR1AO1
tnrlorctandinc lslam
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108
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ada.\/ nf lclam in Kerala
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A01
ls1B01
ls1c01
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ts1c02
West Asian Studies PaPer
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Second Semester
Credit
No of Contact Hrs
course
code
Per
Title of Course
Per Semester
Week
A03
Reading Literature in English
4
72
4
A04
Literature & ContemPorarY lssues
5
90
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Translation &Communication(Ara bic)
4
72
5
108
ls2c03
Quranic Science
Science in Quran
3
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rs2c04
West Asian Studies PaPer ll
3
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A08
rs2B02
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Third Semester
No of Contact Hrs
cou rse
Credit
Per
Title of Course
code
Week
lndian Constitution, Secularism &
Sustainable Environment
Per Semester
5
90
4
5
90
4
rs3B03
Literature in Arabic
Science of Hadith
5
90
4
rs3B04
lslamic Jurisprudence
4
72
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rs3c05
Eminent Muslim Scholars of lndia
3
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ts3c06
lslam in EuroPe
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& Philosophy of science
Culture & civilization
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lslamic Economics
5
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ts4B06
lnformatics
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rs3c07
lslam in Plural Soiety
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Family Laws of lslam
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No of Contact Hrs
cou rse
Title of
code
Cou rse
Credit
Per
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Per Semester
ls5B07
Law of lnheritance in lslam
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IS5BO8
lslam in lndia
5
90
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rs5 809
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90
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rs5B10
Analytical study of the Quran
Reform Movements ln lslam
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rs5D01
open course
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Title of Course
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Per Semester
rs5B11
Muslim Historiography
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90
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ts5 812
Political Thought in lslam
5
90
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rs5B13
lslam and Comparative religion
5
90
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ls5B14
Sects in lslam
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BOARD OF STUDIES lN lsLAMlc sruDlEs (uG)
Core Course
lS1801 Understandine lslam
Semester 1- Hr/Week
5,Hr.lSem.
108, Credits:4
Aims & Obiectives
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To familiarize the ideology of lslam that explains peace, universal brotherhood, equality
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To make aware the students of the lofty ideals and moral values of lslam
To remove misconceptions on lslam regarding Jihad, Kufr, Parda and Jizya etc....
Unit
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Necessity of religion in human life
meaning
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Scope and limitation of intellectual power - lslam;
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and different connotations of the word
Man-God- Nature and relationship
between them- VicegerencY of man,
Unit il
: Fundamentals of lslam, Articles of faith - Belief in Allah - In Angeles - in scriptures - in
-in Divine decree-five pillars of lslam; declaration of faith prayer - poor due - fasting - pilgrimage to Makka.
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prophets - in life after death
- moral - intellectual - political understanding of terms like Jihad - lizya - Parda - Fatwa - Talaq etc.....
Unit lll- :ldeals
of
lslam; social
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cultural
Unit lV: lslam in the view of the great men
Thomas Carlyle
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Leo Tolstoy
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Napoleon Bonaparte
Vivekananda
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M.N Roy -
George Bradshaw -Edward Gibbon
Mahatma Gandhi - Annie Bezant -
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Michael H. Hart.
Core readings
1. Towards understanding
2. ldeals and realities of
3. Cultural side of
4. Spirit of
lslam
Dr. Hameedullah
lslam
Dr' Hussain Nainar'
lslam
Picthal' M
lslam
5. Encyclopedia of
6. lslam at a
Ameer Ali.
lslam
John.
Glance
T.Towards understanding
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Ameen Ahsan lslahi
lslam
Abul A'la
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UNIVERSIW OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDTES tN tsLAMrC STUDTES (UG)
Core Course
lS-?-B02-Qu ra n ic
Science
Semester 2- Hr/Week G, Hr.
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4
Aims & Obiectives
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To understand the divinity of the Holy euran
To enable the student understand the nature and compilation of the
euran.
To make the student aware of the development of euranic science
Unitl: Quran;meaning-itsdivinity-themannerof itsRevelation;itsnature-themes-contentsarrangements - language of the euran _ its preservation _ collection and compilation of
euran
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Unit ll: wonders in Quran - Rhetoric's of Quran
in Quran-historic events ln euf.an
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Unit lll: Introduction to Quranic lnterpretation -Thafseer
Tha'aveel- method of thafseer;thafseer
of Quran by Quran - thafseer of Quran by Sunna - thafseer of Quran by A'thar - thafseer of
Quran by language - thafseer of Quran by opinion - deviant thafseers - requirement for a
mufassir - Major books of thafseer; lbn Abbas - Thabri kassaf Razi lbn Kathir - Modern
lnterpretations; Thafseer al manar
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fee dhilal al euran
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thafheem al euran.
Core Readings
1. Quranic concept of human psyche.
2. The Recitation and
lnterpretation Of The eur'an
Zafar Afsaq Ansari
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AlGhazali's Theory
Muhammed Abdulqasem
3. The Qur'an and Modern Science
Maurice Bucaille
4. Qur'an : The Basic Teachings
Thomas Balantine lrvin
5. What is The Origin Of Man
Maurice Bucaille
6. HOW THE QUR'AN GUIDES SCIENCE
Harun Yahaya
lmam zarqani
7. Manahilul lrfan fi Uloomil euran
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UNIVERSIW OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES lN ISLAMIC STUDIES (UG)
Core Course
l53B03 Science of Hadith
Semester 3- Hr/Weekl,Hr.
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4
Aims & Obiectives
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To understand the significance of Prophet's Traditions as a source of lslam.
To have a clear idea about the Hadith as the first and foremost interpretation the Quran
To understand the measures Muslim scholars adopted to know the authenticity and reliability of
Hadith
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To have a an overview of
the great Hadith scholars of lslam
Unit l:Significance of Hadith- as a source of lslam- meaning and definition of Hadith-types of
Hadith- Qudhsi-Hadith and Quran differentiated- Sanadh- mathn-Dhirayath- Riwayath
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Unit
H ad
of Hadith-Companions of Prophet who narrated Hadith -categories of
Classificatio ns-fa brications-d istortions- M utha wathir- Sa h ih-Azeez-d haeef- H asa n-
Compilation
Munqathie-ma rfooe-Mouqoof-
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M ud hallas-
Moud hooe--Ga ree b etc.
Unit lll: 'Sihah sitha'-Bukhari-Muslim- Thirmudhi- Abudawood- Nasaae-lbnurnaja-
Musnad
Ahmed-Al Muwatha- biography of Bukhari and Muslim-
Core Readings:
1. The civic values in
the prophetic sunnah The college of lslamic and Arabic Studies, Dubai
2. Authority and authenticity
of
the Hadith a source of lslamic law
3. Scholars of Hadith
4. Fath-hul
Muhammed Shabbir
Sayyid Basheer Ali
bari
lbnu Hajar
5.Assunnath wa Makanathuha-
fi thasreeil
5. lslamic
lslami
Dr.Musthafa Sibaee
Encyclopedia
John L Esposito
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Core Course
IS4B04 lslamic jurisprudence
Semester 4- Hr/Week[, Hr.
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5em.72, Credits: 4
Aims & obiectives:
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This course intends to create an awareness regarding the significance of lslamic
lurisprudence
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To have an overview of great scholars of Jurisprudence like lmam Malik, lmamAbu
Haneefa , lmam Shafei, and lmamAhmed lbnu hanbal
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To get an idea
Unit
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aboutthe contributions Muslim Scholars of lndia to lslamicJurisprudence
Fiqh- its meaning and significance-sources of lslamic Fiqh: QuranTHadith, ljmae-
aiyas- Urf-Masalih Mursala-basic pri nciples of fiqh
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definition of Usoolul fiqh-great
scholars of Usoolul Fiqh -lmam Shafiee- lmam Abu Haneefa- lmam Abuyusuf-lmam
Gazzali
Unit ll: Four Schools of thought- growth and development- Shafiee-Maliki- HanafiHanbali- their contribution to lslamic Jurisprudence
Unit
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lndian contribution to lslamic- Fiqh- Fathawa Alamkeer-Fath-hul Mueen-
Umdha a lsalik wa Umdha annasik-Fathawa Jamiul warkat li Abil Warakath
Core Readings:
L. lslamic Jurisprudence
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2. lslamic Jurisprudence an lnternational
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ljthihad
lmran ahsan khan nyazee
6. Everyday Fiqh
Muhammed Yusuf
7. Human rights in lslamic law
Thahir Mahmood
Raizul Hasan Geelani
8. The reconstruction of legal thought in lslam
Sha
9. Hujjathullah al Baligah
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John L Esposito
0. Islamic Encyclopedia
Khudhri bek'
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UNIVERSIW OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDTES lN ISLAMTC STUDIES (UG)
Core Course
!54805 lslamic Economics
Semester 4- Hr/WeekS,Hr. /Sem. 90, Credits:4
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Aims & Obiectives:
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To make the students aware of the basic principles
of
lslamic economics and its
relation with the current banking system and its possibility and probability for
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eradicating the poverty
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To have a comparative study of economic systems like capitalism, socialism with lslamic
economic system
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Unit
To make students aware of the possibilities of lslamic finance and banking
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Nature and scope of lslamic Economics - Definition of lslamic Economics - Sources of
lslamic Economics: The Holy Qur'an, Hadith etc on Economic Development:
Conventional and lslamic approaches to economic development - lslamic values and
consumer behavior
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Meaning
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A comparative study of the major economic systems: Capitalism, Socialism
and Mixed economy
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Unique features of the lslamic Economic System
Unit lll
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Poverty: causes
poverty alleviation measures in lslam- Zakat-Sadaka- Kaffarat
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Role
of prohibition of interest in economic growth - Resource mobilization and resource
allocation - factors of production Uni lV
How the system overcomes economic recession-- lntroduction to interest free banking-
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lslamic development bank-sources of fund- MUDHARABA- MUSHARAKA-MURABAHAlslamic banking in lndian context-Recommendations of Reghuram Committee
problems and prospects of interest free bankin
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Core readings:
1. lslam and economic
2. An introduction
development.
to lslamic economics.
M. Umer chapra
M . Akram khan
3. Contribution of lslamic thought to
modern
4.
economics.
lslamic business
5 lbn Thymia on
5 lslamic
Misbah Oreibi
ethics.
Rafik issa beekun
Economics
Ahmed llyas
economics
7 lnterest less
Kurshid Ahmed
banking
8 Principles of lslamic
Muhammed Uzair
Economics
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Ahmed Moulavi
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BoARD OF STUDIES IN ISLAMIC STUDIES (UG)
Core Course
l54B06 lnformatics
Semester 4- Hr/Week4, Hr.
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Sem.72, Credits: 4
Aims and Objectives:
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Students get an idea about information Technology and its application in differerit fields
especially in
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To give the students awareness about lslam in cyber space and make familiar with lslamic sites
and e-books and e-mails in orderto utilize them in academic purposes'
Unit
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Features of modern computer and peripherals-computer network and internet -cellular wireless
net work-overview of operating systems-major application software.
Unit ll:
Data- lnformation and knowledge
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knowledge management- lnternet access methods-dial up-
-Cable-Wi-F-academic search techniques-creating cyber presence-case study of academic
websites-open acces initiatives- open access publishing models- basic concept of IPRDSL
copyrights& patents-plagiarism-use of lT in teaching and learning- case study of educational
softwa re- academic
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Unit lll:
lT and society - issues and concern- digital divide- lT and development - the free
software movement- lT industry : new opportunities and threats- cyber ethics- cyber
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proper use of computers- internet and mobile phones- wastes
and green cornputing- impact of
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at national and state levels- lT for national integration
communication puposes- publishing education film and media- futuristic lT-artificial intelligence
- virtual reality- bio computing
E-governance-application
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lslam in cyber space- lslamic web sites-
WWW.islamwebnet-www.islamicitv.comwww.islamonline.net- e-books and e-journals- a I touhid-(thought and culture)the journal of
Arabic and lslamic studies (academic)-middle east and lslamic studies- lslamic online educational
programmes- formal online diploma courses- -relevance euranic software in historical
studies
UNIVERSIW OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDTES !N |SLAMIC STUDTES (UG)
Core Course
l55B07 Law of lnheritance in lslam
Semester 5- Hr/Week5, Hr.
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4
Aims & Onjectives:
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This course intends to educate the students the law of inheritance in lslam and its
relevance in the distribution of wealth
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Unit
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'ilmul Meerath'-"llmul Faaid' meaning and significanceinheritance -- Quran- Hadith-precedence of the pious caliphs-
l,Vill- Will
sources of the islamic law of
definitions of lnheritance -
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vs Inheritance-
Unit ll:
Conditions necessary before lnheritance-lnclusions Causes of Inheritance: -15 Basic Principles
for incluslon -Exclusions Impediments to [nheritance: ......Rule of inheritance between the
Muslim ancl non-Muslirn: - Rules o[ Exclusions: --. Procedure for distribution of Estate -Stage 1:
Fur.reral & Burial
Stage 2: Pay all debts -Stage 3: Will of Deceased -Stage 4: Distribution of Inheritance
UN]T III:
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inheritors & their classification -Beneficiaries of an Estafe
ashab-ul-furud -obligatory (primary heirs)-shares of the primary heirs
Parents. -. Father.. Mother-Gra ndparents:- Real Grandmother -paternal/Maternal GrandmctherReal Grandfather (Paternal Grandfather)
Spouse. p5. Husband... Wife(ves) / Widow(s)-Sib/ings; Brother (s) and Sisters(s). -Uterine
Brother and Sister -Special Cases for Brothers and Sisters
C h i I d re n : Daughter(s) -Son(s)
UNIT lv
-al-asabat-residuaries (secondary heirs) - al-asabat -nasabiyyah- blood relative- AlAsbah
binafsihi- Asabah by them selves - Al-Asbah bighayriha - Asabah because of others
- Al-Asbah ma'a ghayriha- Asabah together with others Four Female agnates as residuary::
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Shares of Al-Asabat Nasabiyyah -Ruies of inheritance amongst the residuaries
asabat sababiyyah- Dhawul-Arham - Distant kindred Shares of Dhawul-Arham - Successor by
contract - Acknowledged kinsman - Universal Legatee/tesatee - Public treasury
Child - Special Cases
Illegrtimate Child (Adopted Child Unborn Child Other Cases Hermaphrodite
Missing Person Different categories- Asaba - nasaba- Kalala-divisions to parents- husband and wife- sonsdaughters- brothers and sisters-grand children- distant relatives
Core readines
1.
Fiqhussunna
Dr. Sayyid Sabiq
2. Rights of lnheritance in lslam
Abul A'la
3. Thasheel-ul- Faraid
Sheik Mohammed Usaimeen
4. The Concise Presentation of the Fiqh Dr.Abdul Azeem Badani
5. Ahkamul Quran
lmam Qurthubi
5. Kithbul Faraaid
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Semester 5- Hr/WeekS,Hr. /Sem. 90, Credits:4
Aims & onjectives:
To give a broad overview of Muslim rule in lndia and get a clear picture of,the historical
aevelopments of Muslim culture in lndia
To enlighten the students the socio - economic-political and cultural development of
Muslim Period
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Unit
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lndian society on the eve of the advent of lslam to lndia-Muhammed ibn kasim-mahmud
Gsni- muhammed ghori- battle of Tharain- foundation of Muslim rule in lndia
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- Khiljis- muhammed ibn thuglak
literature under the Delhi Sultanate
Delhi Sultanate
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lbrahim Lodi- art, architecture and
Unit u
of Mugal empire- Babar, Akbar, shajahan, Aurangzeb-the Bhamini KingdomNizams of Hyderabad-Nizamul mulk-Nizam ali- battles of Panipet- decline of IVlughals
Rise
Unit lV
Society and polity
- cultural synthesis-Bhakti movement- political administrationmanzabdari system-din e llahi- lndo Saracen art& architecture -synthesis of lndo
Muslim culture
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Prof' Masudul Hassan
1) History of lslam Margoliouth
2) Studies in Medieval lndia
3) Advanced studY in the historY
JLMETHA
4) medieval lndia5) lnfluence lslam on lndian culture. Tara Chand
6) Advanced history of medieval lndia (Ed) S R Bakshi
lrfan Habib
7) Medieval lndia Noorant
A.G.
8) Muslims of lndia
9) A Cultural History of lndia(Ed) A L . Basham
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES lN ISLAMIC STUDIES (UG)
Core Course
lS5BO9 Analytical Study of
the Quran
Semester 5- Hr/Weekl,Hr. /Sem. 90, Credits: 4
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Aims and Objectives:
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to understand the general idea about the translation and
interpretationoftheQuranand toanalyseitsrulesthatgovernthesocio-cultural life
To enable the students
of a Muslim.
Unit I :
Unit
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lntrduction to Chapter
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significance- meaning and interpretation
lntrduction to Chapter 24,'Al Noor'historical background forthe revelation of the
chapter-Meaning of its verses from 1 to 54- lnterpretation of significant verses-
Unit lll: The environmental and social influences which wreck the moral ideals have to do with
sex-its misuse- scandals- breach of the domestic privacy- reprobation of false slanderspunishment for sex offences-observance of decorum of dress, mannerS-
Unit lV: parable of Light and Darkness- order and obedience in nature
Core Readings
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The Holy
Quran
Abdullah Usufali
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2 The Message
the
Quran
3 Towards Understanding
Quran
Muhammed Asad
Abul a'la
4 Glorious Quran
M.Marmaduke Pickthall
5 TharjumanulQuran
Moulana Abul Kalam Azad
6 Thafseer ul Quran
lbn Katheer
7 ln the Shade of Quran
Sayed Qutub
8.Thafseer al Kashaf
Zamakhshari
9. Thafseer al
Jawahir
Thanthavi
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BOARD OF STUDTES rN ISLAMIC STUDIES (UG)
Core
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Semester 5- Hr/Week5,Hr.
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Sem.90, Credits:4
Aims & Obiectives:
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The course intends to give an overview-of reform movements and Muslim reformers and
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their contributions to the development lsiamic culture and clvilization
lt helps the students to understand the spirit of reformation inherent in lslam
Unit
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Mujaddid- its meaning and significance- Mujaddids of different periods-Umer bin Abdul
Azeez- lmam Razi- lmam lbn Thymiyya- lmam Ahmed Srihindi- Sha waliyullah Dhahlavi- imam
lbn abdulWahhab- Jamaludhin Afgani- AbulA'la Moududi etc.
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nit ll: History of Reform movements- their developments - historical background- Wahabi
Movement- Sanusi Movement-Mahdi Movement-Al ikhwan Movement-Aligarh MovementDeoband Movement-Jamaete lslami-Thableeg Jamaet
1. Saviors of lsla
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2. Shah Waliyullah
Abul hasan ali Nadvi
Dahlavi
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Safiya Ali
3. Nationhood in lslam
4. A Short history of the Revivalist
movement in
5. The
islam
Abul a'ala
Sa'eed Hawwa
Muslim Brotherhood
6. Wahhabism and lts
refutation byt he ahl as-sunna Pasha(Ayyub Sabri)
7. Missing dimensions in contemporary
lslamic
movements.
Dr. Taha jabir al alwani
UNIVERSIW OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES lN lSt-AMlC STUDIES (UG)
Core Course
lS5BllMuslim
Historiography
Semester 5- Hr/Week5, Hr.
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Sem. 90, Credits: 4
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To make students evaluate the various contributions of the Arab historians like
lbn Khaldun, lbn lshaq, Al Thabri, Al waquidhi, Al masudi and have an over view
about the Arab historiography
To get an over view of the Historical contributions of Arab historians
To evaluate the sources of lslamic Historiography like Quran and Hadith
Unit l: Tharikh -methodicaltreatment- sources lslamic history- Quran and HadithHistorical outlook of prophet - features of Muslim Historiography- reliabilityauthenticity-ch ronologica I authenticity
Unit ll: Basic forms of Muslim Historiography-khabar history- magazi- sira- annalistic
form of history- genea logica I a rra ngement-chron icles
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Contributions of Muslim /Arab hiostorians-to modern Historiographybiography
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travel accounts- lbn lshaq, al Waqidi- Al Thabri- lbn Khaldun- Al Masudi- lbn
Rushd
Unit
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Muslim Historiography in Medieval lndia-features of Muslim Historiography
in lndia- lndian chronicles -Wasiyat Nama-Al Biruni- lbn Bathutha-Amir
Khusrau- Yahya ibn Ahmedsir hindi- Abul fasalAl Badauni
Core readings:
a. A history of Muslim Historiography
b. History its theory and Method
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historians
d. Reinterpreting lslamic Historiography
e. Early Muslim Historiography
f. Mukhadhima
g. History of the Arabs
h. Akbar Nama
i. BabarNama
j. Kithabul Hind
Franz Rozenthal
B. Sheik Ali
Lectures on Arab
G. Margoliath
Tayeb E L Hirri
Nisar Ahmed Farooki
tbnkhaldun
p.K. Hitti
Abul Fasal
Babar
Al Biruni
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Core Course
l568L2 Political Thought in lslam
Semester 6- Hr/Weeki,Hr.
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To makethe students aware of the political stream of thought
in lslam.
To make understand that lslamic Politics is based on the principle of Sovereignty of God
To make understand the nature, purpose and functions of the lslamic state
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Deflnition and Cl.iaracteristics of Islamic State; Characteristics, Duties and
Responsibilities of the Head of Islarnic state, -selection of rulers- democracy in lslam
equilibrium between individualism and collectivism - concept of citizenship and
nationality- rights and duties of citizens- international policy- crime and punishment
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Imamat and Khilafat, Comparative study between-Modern Governance and Islarnic
Governance,- Defence policy of Islarnic state-, responsibilities- Foreign Policies and
Justice systems.
Unit lll:
concept of Shura-opposition towards autocracy- democratic trends in Muslim world in
lran, Turkey, Tunisia ,lraq, Yemen. Bahrain, Malaysia, Egypt- concepts like:Amir/lmamSheikul lslam-Baithul mal-Divanul madhallm-Qazi el qudhat
Unit lV:
Political thought of Al Farabi-Mawardhi-lbn kaldun-l bn thaimiya-First lslamic Political
thinker Al Gazzali- - Sayyid Qutub-Abu A'ala mawdudi-Abul kalm Azad- Rashid
Ga nn ush
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Core readings:
Gazzali,lmam
1 lhya Uloomudhin
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2. Hujjathullah al Baligah
Sha waliullah Dhahlavi
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Early Muslim Political Thought
Mukadhima
lbn Khaldun
and
administration
5: The Muslim Conduct of State
5, Citizens 'Right in lslamic
Harun Khan Sherwani
Dr. Hamidullah
State
state
Rashid al Gannushi
7 Public Freedom
in lslamic
8 Modern lslamic
PoliticalThought
Hamid Enayat
9 Encyclopedia of
lslam
John L. Esposito
10 Arab Muslim
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Rashid al Gannushi
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tireir basic teachings
To enhance hannony of reiigior-rs and interfaith dialogues
To have respect towards other religions which may lead to peaceful co- existence
Unit I : Nature and Scope of Religion -Concept of ReIgion.-Sigr-rificance and Approacires to the Studl,
of Religions (Historical, Anthropological, Sociological, Philosopliical.). inajor Religious
scriptures-Individual and Social Aspects of Religion. -Hannonyof Religions ancl lnterfaith
Dialogue.
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II : Major Religions
: Islam- Christianity- Hinduism-.Iewish Religio1, -Budhisrn
Concept of each religion on Universe and Ultirnate Reality- Retribution and Salvation.-Codes of
Ethical Conduct-Compassion, Non - violence, Peace and Hu.rrorly. -Social Justice and Human
Rights. -Prayer, Meditation and Mysticism. -A.ttitucle towards Women-Heritage and Culrure.
Unit III:
The Life and Message of Jesus christ and the Beginnings of christianityLnportant Beliefs and Teachings of Christianity- Nature of Vedic Religion and
Culture- Bhakti and Refonn Movements of the Medieval Period- Life oiprophet
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Mohamrned and Basic Teachings of the Quran- Lnportant Beliefs and Teachings
of .ludaisrn- .ludaism VS Zionisn-r- Life and Teachings of Gautama Buddha'
Basic Doctrines, Principles and Philosophy
Core Readinss:
1. Muslim Understanding Of Other
Religlons
2. A comparative study of lslam and other
3. The World's Living
4. Religion in
5. Indian
religions
Religions
Muzaffar-ud-din(sayyid)(nadvi)
Parrinder(Geoffrey)
lndia
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Madan(T.N)
Philosophy
Dr S.Radhakrishnan
6. Influnce of Islam on Indian
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AASI(Ghulam Haider)
The Quran,the Bible and
Culture
Tara Chand
Science
Maurice Bucaille
UNIVERSIry OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES rN ISLAMTC STUDTES (UG)
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lS5B14 Sects in lslam
Semester 6- Hr/Week5, Hr.
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Aims & Obiectives:
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The course intends to give an overview of lslamic Philosophy and its different schools
Unit l: Muslim Sects and the development of llm ul Kalam.-Muslim ummah, unity and
conflict - a brief survey of the Pious Caliphate.-Origin and development of llm-ulKaiam.-The emergence of Kharjites, Qadirites, Murjiites, Shi'ites, Mu'tazilites, Asha'rites
& Maturidites sects. Differences among them
Unit-2 Development of Muslim Philosophy:-Creek philosophy and the Arabs-Muslim
philosophers with special reference to:Al-Kindi- Al-Farabi- lbn-e-Sina-lbnul Arabi- lbn-e-Rushd- Al-C hazzali-- lbn-Khaldu n
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O,Leray
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9. Basic Concepts of the Qur'an by Abul Kalam Azad S. A. Latif (ed.)
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lS1C01 Legacy of lslam in
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against the colonial powers, their contribution to the development of Kerala culture
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Advent of Arabs in Kerala - socio- political conditions of Kerala during that periodArab traders - islam in Kerala- Cheraman Prumal- Malik Dinar-
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Resistance against colonial powers- Portugese
invasions-The French in Kerala
Duch
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- Zamorins - Kunhjali Marakkars-
Mysore Dynasty - Haider and Tippu in Malabar-Treaty of Sreeranga pattanamMappila outbreaks (1830-1919)
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Core readings
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1 . Legacy of lslam in Kerala
K. K. N.
2. Mappila Muslims of Kerala
Ronald e. Miller
3. Malabar Manuel
William Logan
4. Thuhfathul M ujahideen
Sheik Zainuddin
5. Kerala Muslims The Long Struggle
Bahavudheen K M
6. Kerala Under Hyder Ali and Tippu Sulthan
C K Kareem
7. Against
the Lord and the State religion and
Peasant uprising in Nlalabar 1836-
K N Panikar
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Mappila Muslims of Kerala
lbrahim kunju AP
9. The Mappilas of Malabar
Stephen Dale
L0 lslam ln Kerala
Sayed Mohideen Shaw
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDTES tN |SLAMtC STUDTES (UG)
Complimentary Course
lS1C02 History of West Asia Paper
Semester 1- Hr/Week3, Hr.
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the socio- culturalsituations
in Arabia atthe time of the emergence of lslarn
To familiarize the studentthe socio, culturaland political history of lslam duringthe time of
Prophet and his pious Caliphs
I : Arabia before lslam:- Arabia - Geographical & Physical features - Cradle of
Semetic race - Arabs as semites - The Quraish - Kaba - Jahiliya period - Social,
Economical, Political, Cultural and religious conditions of Arabia.
Unit l!
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Unit lll
: Period of Four Pious Catiphs:- Aboobacker, l)mar, Uthman, Ali.
and conquests - Social and administrative reforms in the Arab society.
Period of Prophet Muhammed:- Mission at Makkah - Hijra - Prophet at Madeena
lmportant wars - Fathahu Makkah -Farewel Pilgrimage -character sketch of prophet.
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Zuhrul lslam
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Fajrul lslam
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Thareekhul lslam Alsiyasi
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Noorul Yaqeen
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A short History of Saracens-
Syed Ameer Ali
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History of Arabs
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Seerathul Nabaviyya
Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi
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Studies in lslamic History
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Muhamed Khudri Bek
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Analysis of some Quranic verses related to scientific pursuits, such as:
(a) The Earth, (b) The Creation of man (c) The Solar systern : The comet, the Sun,
the moon, the gravity, galaxy, the planets and stars, (d) Physics, (e) Chemistry, (0
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to make understand that the Quran contains many scientific
Agronomy, (g) Meteorology, (h) Zoology(i) Ocea nographVU) Geogra phy( k)
Psychology_ .
Unit ll:
Verses Related to embryology-womb as a secure place-creation in three
darkness-chewed lump of flush 'Mudhgath"-hanging on the wall of Uterus-'Alak'born formation ' -significance given to breast feeding-etc.
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L. The
Qur'an and Modern
2. What is The
origin of
Maurice Bucaille
Science
l-1arun Yaha'7a
Quran
5. lnfluence of lslam on
6. Arab
Maurice Bucaille
Man
3, How the Qur'an Guides
4. ln the Shade of
Science
SaYed Qutub
world
civilization
Ziyaudin Ahmed
Clvilization
JosoPh Hell
7. The Caliphate
8. The Arab
T W Arnold
Heritage
Nabin Faris
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES lN ISLAMIC STUDIES (UG)
ComplimentarY Course
lS2C04 History of West Asia Paper ll
Semester 2- Hr/Week3, Hr.
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Aims & Obiectives
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To introduce
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the socio- cultural and political situations
in Arabia after Khilafat Rashida
To familiarize the studentthe contributions of the period
forthe development of lslamic
culture and civilization
Unit
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Historical background - Muawiya - Abdul Malik - Waleed
- Umar bn Abdul Azeez - Hisham - lmportant wars and conquests - Social life and
Administrative reforms - Political and Religious sects - Shites, Kharijites, Murjiites,
Mawalis and Mutazilites - Fall of Umayyads.
: Umayyad
Period:-
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AlMahdi - Haroon Al Rasheed - Al Mamoon - Barmakids - Golden period of Abbasids
- Social and Administrative reforms.
Unit lll
:- Al
Muthavakkil - Buwaihids, Saljukes
Tahrides - Saffarids - Samanids - Ghazawids - Contribution of Abbasids to Art,
Literature, Science and Culir-rre. Decline of Abbasid Dynasty
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of Ottomans.
1.. Short History of Saracens 2. A literary history of Arabs
3. History of Arabs
4. Thareekul Asarul Abbasi
5. lslamic History
6. lslamila Darsanam
7. The Spirit of lslam
8. Cambridge History of lslam
9.
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R.L. Nickolson
philip K. Hitti
ShouqiZyf
K.A. Raheem
Kerala Bhasha lnstitute
Syed Ameer Ali.
Josoph Hell
10. The Catiphate
T W Arnold
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The course intends to give an overview of contributions of eminent Muslim
Scholars of lndia
Unit l:
Contributions of Muslim scholars to Quranic science -Science of Hadith
Fiqh- Sufism
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lslamic
Unit ll
Life and Contributuions
of Ahmed 5ir Hindi-Sha Waliyullah
Dhahlavi-Sayed
5ulaiman Nadvi- Shibli Nuamani-Allama Muhammed lqbal -Sir Sayed Ahmed
Khan-Abul Kalam Azad-Abu A'la Al Moududi-Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi
Unit ilt
Their Contributions to the freedom struggle- National integration-cultural
development-educational u plift of M uslim community
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Arab Civilization
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Fathimites
Crusades
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Core Reading
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1. Saviours of lslam
Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi
2. Shah Waliyullah Dahlavi
G N Jalabani
3. Nationhood in lslam
Safiya AIi
4. A Short history of the Revivalist
movement in
5 Nuzhat al
islam
Abul a'ala moududi
Khawathir
Abdul Hayy Laknavi
Al-sheik-h muhammed bin abdulvahab
his life and reformator y movement
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Sheikh b Hajar Muhammed
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Maryam lameela
Who is moududi
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES lN lsLAMlc STUDIES (UG)
ComPlimentarY Course
ls3co6lslam in EuroPe
Semester 3' Hr/Week3, Hr.
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Sem. 54, Credits: 2
Aims and objectives
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The course is to make aware about the advent of lslam to Spain and sicily
To make understand
the intellectual contributions of Muslims which paved the wayfor
renaissance in Europe
Unit l: Spain on the eve of Arab conquest-Tariku bin Ziyad- Musa bin Nusair- evolution of
Umayyad Amir ate into Caliphate Abdu Rahiman l, Hisham, Abdu Rahiman lllContribution of Muslim Europe to Culture- Cordova, Seville, Granada and Toledo'
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Murabites- AL Muwahids-nasiriCs-Al Harni'ah- fall of Cordova
Unit ltl : Aghlabids-development of Arab Norman culture- Sicily as centre of cultural
transniission to Europe-Roger l, Roger ll, Frederick ll
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literature-philosophy- mysticism- mathematics- medicine- art & architecture-education.
core readings
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lslam
Prof. Masudul Hassan
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civilization
Ziyaudin Ahmed
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5 A History of lslamic Spain
6 Cambridge History of lslam
Stanely Lane Poole
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Montgomery W. Att
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world civilization Ziyaudin ahmed
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Sem. 54, Credits: 2
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Aims and Objectives
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The course intends to educate that lslam
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Concept of Society in Different Systems - Concept of Society in
SocialJustice - Cultural Diversity & Co Existence co-existence as individuals-
Concept of Society
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collective co-existence- Emerging plural societies-Muslim ln past plural societies-new
features of modern pluralism
Unit ll:
Shaping a composite culture- problems of minorities-majorities' culture-domination-
universal brother hood in lslam
Unit lll:
lslamic perspective to the challenges of plurality- Freedom of religion-unity in diversity Quranic injections - traditions of prophet -Madina Charter with Jews-Christian leaders in
prophet's mosque
Unit
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Values relevant to lslamic behaviour-sanctity of life-good relation with all-eradication of
injustice - cooperative endeavour - democratic polity and Muslim
Core readings:
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society
Dr. F.R. Faridi
Christian/Muslim Reciprocity,Some comments
Khurram, Murad
lslam and Secularism
Al-Attas,S.Mal naquib
Power Sharing in lslam
Tamimi, Azzam
Beyond Reciprocity Towards Reconciliation Dr. Christophe r Lamb
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Living as a Muslim in Plural
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES tN tSl-AMtC STUDIES (UG)
Complimentary Course
lS4C08 Family laws of lslam
Semester 4- Hr/Week3, Hr.
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Sem. 54, Credits: 2
Aims and objectives:
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The course intends to give an overview of family laws of Islam and the status of woman in
Islam
Unit l:- Position of women under different civilization and Religion-ChristianityHinduism-Judaism-Condition of women before lslam- Status of women in lslam
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Unit 2:-lmportance of Marriage in lslam-marriage in different cultures-Marriage psychology and objectives - Equality between sectsThe rights
of
women in islam-Dower and dowry-Polygamy in lslam-
Divorce-M aintenance-'Kh
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le'-'Faskh'-widow marriage-ch ild marriage
Unit 3: Functions of family in lslan'r- Paternal and Maternal family systems-rights and
duties of parents - rights and duties of sons and daughters- Husband's rights and
duties-Wife's rights and duties
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3.
The family laws of lslam
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The Social Role of Woman,
Balagh Foundaticn
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. Women Between lslam and Western Society
Vaheedudheen Khan
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The Status of Woman in lslam
Jamal Badavi
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The Rights of Woman in lslam
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Mohd lqbal Siddiqi
The Penal laws of lslam -
Mohd lqbal siddiqi
Woman and Socialjustice in lslam
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Dr, Anees Ahmed.
Asgar Afi Engineer
Muhammed Sharif
8. Women's Rights in lslam
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDTE,S IN ARABIC (UG)
Electlve course
l5E6O1 ContemPorarY Arab World
Semester 6 hr/Week 3 hr/Sem 54 credit 2
Aims & Objectives:
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The course aims at givingthe students a general awareness regardingthe major issues in
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West Asia especially the Palestine problem
To make aware of the new trends and problems In the polity of the Middle East countries
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Arab unitysaudi Arabia - historical background-ibn saud, father of
and education and
constitution and govt. -formation o f G.C'C.countiies- economy
in Yemen
developments in the region-republic of Yemen- political developments
Unit
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Unit
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Formation Lebanon, Syria , - Transjordan, lran
lran-lraq war - US intervention in lraq-
- revolutio n of L979-
republic of lran -
nationalism-republic of
Egypt- seat of learning and culture-British occupation- Egyptian
Egypt-ElectedPresidents.militaryCoups.peoplesresurgenceinZotl-
Unit
lV:
policies in Palestine and
Palestlne- Zionism-Balfour Declaration- British , US
lntifada
lsrael-Arab lsrael conflicts- camp David accord- P'L'O'-Hamas -
Core Readings:
loxfordEncyclopediaofmodernlslamicworldJohnL.Esposito
2AshorthistoryofMiddleEastfromtheriseoflslam
Kirk George
to modern times
3 Arab nationalism and British lmperialism
E.
Marlow
Present
5 Emergence of Saudi Arabia
6 The Arab glory and the Arab Grief
Wilbe' Donald N'
east
8 lran- lraq relations
Europa Publication Limited
4 lran Past and
7 The
Middle
Dr. Sheik Muhammed'tqbal
Dr. Sheik Muhammed lqbal
Bangash T
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UNIVE,RSITY OF CALICUT
BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARABIC (UG)
E,Iective Course
ISE602 Spoken Arabic
Semester 6 hr/Week 3 hr/Sem 54 credit2
Text: Arabic for Travellers by
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Unit 1
Some Basic Expressions page 1,6-27
Unit 2
Hotel other accommodation page 28-64
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Unit 3
Travelling around 65-79
Unit 4
Relaxing page 80-96
Unit 5
Shopping guide page 97-!27
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UNIVERSITY OF CALICIJT
BOARD OF STL]DIES IN ARABIC (UG)
Open Course
IS5DOlHUMAN RIGHTS IN ISLAM
Sem
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hr /week 3 hr/sem. 54 credit 4
AIMS &OBJECTIFS:
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To make students understandthat lslam envisages a world order in which people
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live, develop and prosper free from fear, oppression, exploitation and deprivation.
To understand that lslam has given much importance to the fundamental rights
of man,
and the human rights are an integral part of it..
To understand that no govt. or ruler can curtail or violate the human rights those
are
conferred by the Creator.
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To understand the different approaches of lslam and the west towards hg,man rights
Unit l: An introduction to human rights -right to life, right to freedom, right to equality and
protection against discrimination - right to justice right
power and torture- western approach _ lslamic approach
to
protection against abuse of
Unit ll: socio -political and religious rights - right to protection of honour and reputation
to asylum - participation in public affairs freedom of expression freedom of
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association- freedom of religion protection of minorities
Unit
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Right to property and earnings
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right to employment
- right to dignity
and
status social security- prophet's declaration human rights
Unit lV: Rights of women- marriage and divorce right to fair treatment- right
to seek
employment - right to education- right to privacy- right to inheritance
Core readings
1. lslam Liberation and Human Rights
2. The human Rights debate in the Middle east
3. Human Rights in tslam
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Dalacoura arrd Katerina
Dwyer Kevin
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4. Human Rights in lslam
5. Life of Muhammed
6. Human Rights tradition and politics
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Hykkal
Mayer Ann Elizabeth
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IS5D02 Socio Economic concept of Islam
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Laws of inheritance in rslam-rslamic concept of crime and penal laws
lslamic Economic order-Distribution of lncome and Wealth irr lslam
Trade and commerce in lslam-Economy in lsramic Legal system
Capitalism - Communism and lslam-lmportance of Zakath and
sadaqa in lslamic economic system-Banking and interest in lslam
Mechanism of interest free banking-Riba - Usary and interest
Core readings:
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lrnportance of Marriage in lslam-Marriage psychology and objectives
Equality between sects--Dower and dowry-poligamy in Islam-
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Family laws of lslam--Position of women under different civilization and
Religion-condition of women before lslam-status of women in lslam
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The family laws of tslam
The Penal laws of tslam -
Mohd tqbal Siddiqi
Mohd tqbal siddiqi
Woman and Socialjustice in lslam - Dr. Anees Ahmed.
The Social Role of Woman,
Balagh Foundation
women -between lslam and western society-Vaheedudheen Khan
THE srATUs oF
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Jamal Badavi
rN rsLAM
Critical analysis of capitalism socialism and lslamic economic order
SocialJustice in lslam
SKHM Ahmed
Zakath and Usary
Abdurahman shad.
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Economics in lslamic Law
Wazir Akhtar
A Brief lllustrated Guide to
Understanding lslam. lbrahim l.A
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Sayyid Mohd lsmail
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Land law and lslam
Sait,Siraj & Lim, Hilary
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