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The Institute is pleased to announce that the Crash Course Program which was temporarily suspended due to Covid-19 protocol for almost 3 years is now revived with modified duration. During this period the Institute regretted to politely decline requests from many Indian and overseas students to enrol for the Course. The first student to enrol for the Course is Ms.Mallela Indira Madhavan CEO Treasury, Foreign Exchange and Investments of leading Afghanistan Bank – Azizi Bank. She has successfully completed the course in 8 working days with an A Grade. Her detailed feedback can be viewed in the Exit Interview/Feed Back page of the website.

Academics & Research

The Institute and its Dean are approached by a large number of reputed institutions, universities and organisations to assist them in their research projects by providing valuable inputs. A few such important requests are included;

  • Ms.Neeru Gupta, (LLM – Kurukshetra University, LLB – Maharshi Dayanand University), a research scholar, pursuing her PhD from G.D.Goenka University on the topic – "Interest free banking: A study of its scope of inclusion in Indian financial sector". Currently, working as Assistant Professor in SILR (Palwal, Haryana). She has successfully completed our PGDIBF course.
  • Research team from Jadhavpur University, West Bengal, comprising Professor Mrs.Nilanjana Gupta and her Research scholar Ms.Indrani Bhattacharya were carrying out research on modernisation of Madersa education by addition of modern subjects.
  • Ms.Aparajita Verma from Tata Institute of Social Sciences – a research student from the Institute carrying out research on the topic “Islamic banking and the Muslim middle class-Identity and Mobility a holistic understanding” obtained vital inputs for her research from the Institute.
  • Mr.C.K.Rao a leading Consultant for North Africa in livestock sought professional advice from the Dean regarding Islamic Microfinance for live stock farming in North Africa. A professional team from these countries desired to arrange a Training Program for Islamic microfinance especially for livestock farming in North and Central Africa.
  • Mount Judi Ventures a pioneer in Islamic Venture Capital Fund – a management team met the Dean to seek his advice on promoting India’s first such venture as a public limited company.