Dr. Noor Mohammad Osmani

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SECTION A: PERSONAL INFORMATION 

Name: Noor Mohammad Osmani

Staff No.: 4471

Department: QUR’AN AND SUNNAH STUDIES

Email Address: abusajid@iium.edu.my/abusajid@yahoo.com

Contact No. (Office/HP): +603-61965567/ +6013-3536485

Date : 7th September, 2013

SECTION B: THE PROFILE 

B1: ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION:

No.

Degree Attained

University/College/Institution

Year of Completion

Area of Specialization

1.

PhD in Qur’anic Sciences

IIUM, Malaysia

2002

Tafsir, Qur’an

2.

MA in Islamic Revealed Knowledge

IIUM, Malaysia

1996

Tafsir, Hadith, Shari`ah

3.

MA in Al-Qur’an and Islamic Studies

Islamic University, Bangladesh

1992

Qur’an and Hadith sciences, Islamic Civilization

4.

BA Honours in Al-Qur’an and Islamic Studies

Islamic University, Bangladesh

1990

Qur’an, Hadith, Sirah, Fiqh and Shari`ah

B2: AREA OF EXPERTISE

No.

Area of Expertise

Details Description

1.

Qur’anic Sciences

Al-Qur’an and its style, contents, unique presentation, profound and unclear expression, its modern relevance

2.

Tafsir

Classical and modern tafasir, its methodology and style, pros and cons of its contents

3.

Hadith

Classical books of ahadith, Six cannonical books, their methods, commentaries

4.

Sirah

Prophet’s life as a model for humanity of all ages

5.

Fiqh and Shari`ah

Divine rulings for the dayly life of humanity in all aspects

B3: PUBLICATION (MUST BE RECENT I.E. FROM LAST 5 YEARS)

No.

Title

Name of Journal or Book (Please state whether listed in citation index for journal)

Year of the Publication

Publisher Name

Volume No / Edition No. / Page No.

1.

Interfaith Dialogue between Ethics and Necessity – A study from the Qur’anic Guidelines

Asian Social Science, (SCOPUS)

ISSN 1911-2017

March 2013

Canadian Center of Science and Education,

Vol. 9, No. 3,

pp. 97-106.

2.

Ghulam Ahmad Parvez on issues concerning women: A critical analysis

International Journal of Islamic Thought,

ISSN 1816-689X

December 2012

BIIT, Dhaka,

Vol. 8, No. 1 & 2, , pp. 35-48

3.

Kayfiyat al-Ta`amul ma`a al-Shari`ah al-Islamiyyah bi Madhahibiha al-Muta`addidah: Tahaddiyyat wa Hulul

Journal of Islam in Asia (JIA).

December 2011

Research and Management Centre (RMC), IIUM,

Kuala Lumpur

Vol. 4, pp. 27-55.

4.

The Objectives and intents of Islamic Law As a paradigm of Development Strategies and Policies

Journal of Islam in Asia (JIA).

March 2011

Ibid.

Vol. 1/2011, pp. 427-442.

5.

Misyar marriage between Shari`ah texts, realities and scholars’ fatawa: an Analysis

IIUC Studies

ISSN 1813-7733

December 2011

International Islamic University Chittagong, Bangladesh

Vol. no. 7, pp. 297-320.

6.

Shari`ah Maxims and their Implication on Modern Financial Transactions

Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance,

ISSN 2070-4658

July-August 2010

Islamic Banking Training and Research Academy, Dhaka

Vol. 6, No. 3. pp. 75-104

7.

Musharakah Mutanaqisah Home Financing: a review of literatures and practices of Islamic banks in Malaysia

International Review of Business Research Papers,

ISSN: 1832-9543

July 2010

World Business Institute, Melbourne, Australia

Vol. 6, No. 2,

pp. 272-282.

8.

Civilizational Clash or Co-existence: an Islamic Perspective

International Journal of al-Hikmah,

ISSN 2008-577

Autumn 2009

Institute of Islamic Culture and Thought (IICT), Tehran, Iran.

vol. 1, pp. 115-132

B4: CONSULTANCY (MUST BE RECENT I.E. FROM LAST 5 YEARS)

No.

Project Title

Period/Year of Consultancy

Funder/Source of Fund

Status of the Consultancy (Completed or Not completed)

Worth of Project (RM)

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updated on 1-11-2013