ICIF Event

New Delhi: India Centre for Islamic Finance has a new Chairman in Dr. Javed Ahmed Khan of Jamia Millia Islamia University. The post of Chairman remained vacant after the sad demise of past Chairman Dr. Ausaf Ahmed Saheb. At the annual Trust Meeting held at Markaz Building, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi on 21st February 2016, Dr. Nejathullah Siddiqi Nominated Dr. Javed Khan for Chairmanship and house elected him unanimously. Before being appointed as Chairman he also got elected as a trustee. Javed Ahmad Khan is Professor at the Centre of West Asian Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi and is teaching the Contemporary Arab Economics and Islamic Finance there. He holds PhD in West Asian Studies (Economics) from Aligarh Muslim University, India. His field of specialisation includes Arab Eco...
Read More →
Posted Date: 24 March 2016

Kindly join the endeavor for academic deliberation on pertinent economic issues as per following details.     Date    -  14-02-2016 (SUNDAY) Time   -  10:30 AM to 12:30 PM Venue -  Milli Model School, (Library Hall) Abul Fazal Enclave, Jamia Nagar,                  Okhla, New Delhi   About the Speaker Arshad Gayasuddin Shaikh is a Project Management expert with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics) degree. He is currently Media In-charge of Markazi Jamat-e-Hind. He writes extensively on pertinent issues with special focus on finance and economics. Please refer enclosed speaker profile for more details.   About FDGEI Sahulat Microfinance Socie...
Read More →
Posted Date: 05 February 2016

TWO DAY NATIONAL SEMINAR ON ISLAMIC fINANCE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURE POSSIBLITIES IN INDIA. Conducted jointly by Chair for Islamic studies of Calicut university and Indian Association for Islamic Economics (IAFIE) Kerala Chapter. February 29th and March 1st of 2016 At Calicut University Campus Expected guests and speakers: PK Kunhalikutty (Honourable Minister for Industries Kerala) Mohammed Basheer (Vice Chancellor) Thomas Isaac MLA C P John (member Kerala planning board) T Balakrishnan IAS Dr. Shariq Nisar Mumbai H Abduraqeeb ICIF Delhi Dr. KV Pavithran etc. Technical sessions: Islamic finance; concept and practice Islamic finance in India; recent trends and expectations Islamic financial ventures in India Entrepreneurial venture and ...
Read More →
Posted Date: 20 January 2016

Mr. K.M. Abdul Salam, one of our founder trustees and mentor of Indian Centre for Islamic Finance-ICIF passed away yesterday at Ernakulam, Kerala. His funeral payer was held on the same day 7.30pm at Kaloor Karugapally Juma Masjid, Ernakulam,  He was hospitalized at a private hospital in the city  for the past month after suffering from liver tumor.  Mr Abdul Salam  was a former Manager of Reserve Bank of India and former Finance Manager of Madhyamam Group of Publications. He was currently serving as the director of Alternative Investments and Credits Limited (AICL). Possessed in-depth knowledge of Islamic Banking and Financial system, he was a Member of Executive Committee of the Indian Association for Islamic Economics, Kerala Chapter and also was the...
Read More →
Posted Date: 18 October 2015

Mr. Yasir wani a young aspirant columnist and writer who writes regular column in Greater Kashmir and many other news papers and periodicals visited ICIF Office. He interacted with ICIF treasurer Mr. Rafeek Ahmed and DR. Javed Khan from Jamia Mllia University.He is a man of great vision and mission for the introduction of Islamic banking in J&K. Dr.Raghuram Rajan, Governor, Reserve Bank of India, on a recent visit to J&K expressed his willingness to permit Islamic Banking and Finance in J&K State provided a working model is presented to him. Mr. Yasir Wani has initiated actions in this direction and is mobilizing collective and collaborative efforts towards this. ICIF assured him that we are ready to extend our support and cooperation towards the goal.  
Posted Date: 14 September 2015

Press Release New Delhi, 29.08.2014:   Indian Centre for Islamic Finance-ICIF, New Delhi hails the launching of “Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana" by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that aims at eradicating financial untouchability by providing bank accounts to the poor. At the same time ICIF urged Prime Minister to include the option of an alternate interest free finance in the banking sector as recommended by Raghuram Rajan Committee on Financial Sector Reforms -CFSR in 2008.   “Even after forty years of the nationalization of the banks 60% of the people do not have access to formal banking services and only 5.2% of the villages have banks branches. Marginal farmers, petty traders, landless labours, self employed and unorganized sector...
Read More →
Posted Date: 29 August 2014

PRESS RELEASE Interest-free banking inevitable for India – Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer Memorandum to the Prime Minister released Kochi, 06.08.2014: International Interfaith Dialogue India is an organization which was founded in 2010 at New Delhi with the sacred intention of promoting righteousness and human values in the society through communal harmony and cooperation, sanctifying all the eternal values found in the universe. A memorandum pointing out the significance of respecting the plurality and diversity of India and also of establishing social justice by equitable distribution of wealth and resources was handed over to Prof. M.K.Sanu by Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer (Chief Patron of IIDI) at his residence on 6-8-2014 at 3.30 pm.  The Memorandum plead the government to atta...
Read More →
Posted Date: 08 August 2014

CALL FOR PAPERS INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON ISLAMIC FINANCE IN INDIA: PRODUCTS, INSTITUTIONS & REGULATIONS October 04-06, 2010   Kochi, India  Enhancing financial inclusion is an important goal of regulators and policy makers across the globe. This assumes greater significance in a country like India with its over one billion population. Islamic finance may be seen as a strategic tool towards achieving greater financial inclusion, bringing in large sections of excluded population into the formal financial system. Indeed during the last three decades Islamic finance has contributed significantly to the evelopment of financial sectors and deepening of financial markets in several countries, thus contributing to economic development. As Islamic finance is expanding...
Read More →
Posted Date: 16 July 2010

  Learn Islamic Finance from its Pioneers Course Highlights •    Pioneer in Islamic Economics & Finance education in the country •    Premier academic intelligentsia •    Top academicians & industry experts in Islamic Economics & Finance as Visiting Faculty •    Most rigorous academic programme •    Experiences and competent faculty •    Certificates offered in collaboration with Markfield Institute of Higher Education (MIHE), London. •    Best equipped library •    Sprawling campus Eligibility A university degree or equivalent. Admission will be on the basis of aptitude test and interview. Applicat...
Read More →
Posted Date: 16 July 2010


<< Previous  1  Next >>
Page: 1 of 1
Copyright ICIF (Indian Center for Islamic Finance), All rights reserved. Powered by C9 SOFT