|Welcome to ICIF|
Indian Centre for Islamic Finance (ICIF) is striving to present Islamic economy and financial system as an alternative to the prevailing conventional system based on free trade and controlled economic systems. It is on one hand, creating awareness among the masses how Islamic financial system is humane, based on ethics and beneficial to all segments of the society and more particularly the marginalized and unorganized sector. On other hand, it is networking the individuals and institutions working in this field to collectively present before the regulators, businessmen, bankers and the political leaders to accommodate Islamic banking along with conventional banking. To achieve above objectives, it has conducted several m
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 discus
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Dr Ausaf Ahmed elected as the new Chairman of Indian Centre for Islamic Finance
&...Economic Times : Give Islamic Finance a chance
Give Islamic finance a chance
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RBI differs with government on 4 issues
TNN | Oct 31, 2012, 01.31AM IST
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