Srinagar: Anjuman Nusrat-ul-Islam on Saturday organised a grand Seerat Conference at the historic Auditorium Hall of Islamia Higher Secondary School, Rajouri Kadal, Srinagar, which was presided over by its president Mirwaiz-e-Kashmir Dr Moulvi Muhammad Umar Farooq.
The Seerat Conference titled ‘Wa Maa Arsalnaaka Illa Rehmatal Lil Aalameen (And We have sent you (O Muhammad SAW) not but as a mercy for the Aalameen –, was participated by the students of many renowned private educational institutions of the valley They presented their articles and speeches on the above-mentioned topic.
In his presidential address, Mirwaiz-e-Kashmir offered his devotion and love to the Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) and said the entire life of the Prophet of Islam (SAW) has been characterised by a unique character and action. Mirwaiz said that Muhammad (SAW) even before Prophethood had greatly impacted the Arab society with his high morals and character and this proved to be helpful in changing that society in the later years.
Mirwaiz said that to change a society, the teachings of the Holy Prophet (SAW) are a torch for us and it is his life that if the society is to be changed, then a person should start with himself. And this is what the Qur’an also says that Muslims have been declared as the “Best Ummah’ so that they prevent the spread of evil in the society and promote good deeds, he said.
Addressing the young generation, Mirwaiz said that as a community, if we want to bring change at every level, then it is important to take care of some basic and important things which include: Realising the situation and using wisdom, understanding how to desire for change, and having strong will and determination.
Mirwaiz-e-Kashmir said that today’s young generation pays the most attention to education, although it is a good thing in itself, but along with education, tarbiyah (moral guidance and upbringing) is also very important.
He said it is the responsibility of scholars, parents and teachers to use their best efforts to improve the education of the nation’s youth and to protect them from the harmful effects of drugs and social innovations.
Many intellectual scholars of the valley and leading personalities from different walks of life were also present on this occasion.
In the Seerat Conference, Rataba Rasheed, a student of Islamia Higher Secondary School, Rajouri Kadal secured the first position, while Khalid Saifullah of RP School Malla Bagh and Mohammad Arhan of Islamia Higher Secondary School, Bota Kadal got the second position. The third position went to Qoreen Showkat of Motherland School.
On this occasion, the students who obtained distinguished positions in the board examinations in the 10th and 12th classes in 2021, 2022 and 2023, and also Tooba Shabir and Arbish Manzoor of Islamia Higher Secondary School Rajouri Kadal who qualified NEET, were awarded with certificates and prizes.
The duties of the judge were performed by Moulana Shaukat Hussain Keing, Moulana Ghulam Rasool Samoon and Alhaj Altaf Ahmad Bhat. The principal of Islamia Higher Secondary School thanked the attendees and the award-winning students for their good performance.