17-AUG-2016: The Department of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University recently hosted Dr Israrul Haque, senior faculty member in Healthcare Administration Program at Batterjee Medical College attached with Maastricht University, Holland to deliver a lecture on 'Need for Islamic Micro Finance as a Tool for Poverty Alleviation'.
During the lecture, Dr Haque spoke on pertinent issues of ethical finance with respect to the matter of Interest charges on lending and borrowings in a standard banking system.
He suggested to initiate a working model of Islamic Micro Finance to deal with the poverty alleviation issues and encouraged scholars to initiate this concept as an area of further exploration.
The speaker further highlighted the basic concept and the practical implications of Islamic perspectives into the Conventional banking system and practices.
Professor Mohd Mohsin Khan, Chairman, Department of Commerce with a large number of Faculty Members, Post Doctoral Fellows and the Research Scholars attended the lecture and participated in the discussion.
Prof Nawab Ali Khan, Dean, Faculty of Commerce gave the welcome address while Prof Sheeba Hamid delivered the vote of thanks.
Related PicturesProf Nawab Ali Khan, Dean, Faculty of Commerce and other faculty members along with students present at the lecture