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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2764

Common Entrance for Diploma in English under Markazul Ma'arif, Mumbai

Mumbai, 17 April, (

Markazul Ma’arif Education & Research Centre (MMERC), Mumbai declares entrance test dates for the batch—20013-2015 for Diploma in English Language and Literature (DELL) course for all its 5 centres across India.

Maulana M. Burhanuddin Qasmi, Director of MMERC, Mumbai described in a press statement that the combined entrance test will be for total 90 seats —30 in MMERC, Mumbai, 20 in Institute for Higher Studies, New Delhi, 15 in Markaz-e Islami Education & Research Centre, Ankleashwar, Gujarat, 15 in Al-Ma’hadul Imam Shah Waliullah Education & Research Centre, New Delhi and 10 in Jamia Jalalia, Hojai, Assam.

The written and oral test is to be conducted on 30 & 31 May 2013 at Jamiatus Shaikh Hussian Ahmad Madni, Deoband.

MMERC, a sister concern of Assam based Markazul Ma’arif (NGO) was established in Delhi in 1994 by Maulana Badruddin Ajmal and later shifted to Mumbai in 1998. Basking in the glory of success MMERC enters in the nineteenth year of its novel concept in the academia- to teach English language with other modern subjects of the age to the fresh Ulama— the Madrasa graduates. It introduced a two-year course, ‘Diploma in English Language and Literature’ (DELL) first time in the world to educate the Ulama in a completely new environment and equip them with subjects hitherto unknown to them such as English language, Computer & Internet, Comparative study of religions, History, basic of Geography, Mathematics, Political science and other general sciences.

MMERC renders educational services for free. It also provides the students with basic amenities of like lodging, food and etc. In addition to its own trained teaching faculties the institution hires the services of the accomplished visiting faculties for the above-mentioned subjects. The institution aims at helping the students to demonstrate their skilful articulation of thoughts and presentations about their religion— Islam and to boost their confidence to face the challenges of the modern world and ultimately serve the nation with respect.

Maul. Burhanuddin Qasmi also informed that MMERC conducts a highly competitive entrance test every year with set of objective type questionnaires. The test divides in two phases— oral and written covering five subjects as a whole— Arabic Language & Literature, Hadith, Fiqh, Tafseer and general knowledge. Having the degree of Alimiat or Fazilat from any popular Madrasa of India one is entitled to sit in the combined entrance exams for DELL in all the centers to make it to the final list, said Qasmi.

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Maulana M. Burhanuddin Qasmi, Director of MMERC, Mumbai
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