MWL Pakistan holds orientation ceremony of 'Al-Tarbiyah' course

Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League formally launched 3 months 'Al-Tarbiyah' course designed for its field designates. The session was attended by hundreds of field designates from all over Pakistan. Khurram Nawaz Gandapur, Brig (Retd.) Iqbal Ahmed Khan, Prof. Saleem, Prof. Nawaz Zafar, Farah Naz and Sidra Karamat delivered exclusive talks in the session.

In an online orientation ceremony today, President MWL Farah Naz explained the purpose of launching 'Al-Tarbiyah' course. She said that Knowledge is the light which helps a person to see between what is right and what is wrong. So, being a designate of this mission, we all must equip ourselves in seeking knowledge which is the prime purpose of 'Al-Tarbiyah'.

The knowledge of one's soul and the world around is only attained through purity of soul. The reflection of a soul is possible through illuminating our inner selves and outer beings being knowledge. As the main purpose of the 'Al-Tarbiyah' is to impart that knowledge, so every designate must take it as a serious exercise to better work and generate outcomes.

Nazima MWL Sidra Karamat have given an overview of the 3 month 'Al-Tarbiyah' course. She outlined the basic features of the course and presented the schedule of classes and sessions to be conducted.

While presenting, she gave an outline on the areas that each dimension of the course is focusing upon. She announced the speakers and trainers who would be taking sessions during these three months.

Nazim-e-Aala MQI Khurram Nawaz Gandapur appreciated the initiative of this course and encouraged the participants to utilize this opportunity to improve their skills and groom their personalities.

Other respected guests also shared their thoughts and added to the importance and usefulness of this course through their exclusive briefings.

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