اعلی تعلیمی اداروں میں اسلامی اخلاق و اقدار کی اہمیت: مستقبل کے معمارانِ قوم کی تربیت اور عصری چیلنجز کے تناظر میں تجزیاتی مطالعہ
The Significance of Islamic Ethics in Higher Educational Institutions: An Analytical Study in backdrop of the Training of Future Architects of the Nation and Contemporary Challenges

Dr. Noor Hayat Khan *
HOD & Associate Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad, Pakistan.

Dr. Shoaib Arif **
Lecturer, Department of Islamic Studies, University of Gujrat, Gujrat, Pakistan.

Abstract

High moral and spiritual values are the most superb differentia of Islam. Islam first emphasizes the cultivation of moral and spiritual values and most of the teachings of Islam contain material for the moral and spiritual training of man and their aim is to shape man in terms of character.

The main purpose of education is the moral and spiritual training of a person. In today’s modern era, the importance of higher education institutions, especially colleges and universities, has become even more important to provide high moral and spiritual training to students. Because these students of higher educational institutions will be the architects of the future and role models for future generations, this work can be done well through the teaching of Islamic studies and Islamic subjects within institutions of higher education. It is also the primary responsibility of the teachers of the Islamic Departments to give high moral and spiritual training to the students in the light of the arguments of the Quran and Hadith and also to organize practical training for the students in their classes. Without developing high moral and spiritual values, they cannot prepare the students coming to colleges and universities for a better future. We can lay the foundation of modern and developed society only by having high moral and spiritual values.

Keywords

Ethics, Moral Values, Educational Morals, Moral Values in Higher Educational Institutions.

Al-Wifaq

Vol 5

Issue 1

January – June 2022

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