Two-day international Seerat competition ends at SBBWU

By on May 25, 2022 0

PESHAWAR: A total of 52 research papers were presented at the two-day ‘Serah International Conference’, which ended on Tuesday at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women’s University (SBBWU).

The theme of the conference was “Training the Young Generation for Societal Change: Advice from Seerah”. Authors from Turkey, Malaysia, UK and other countries presented their research papers.

All of the articles shed light on how today’s young generation, faced with so many varied life issues, can seek guidance through the life of our beloved Prophet (PBUH). All presenters emphasized the teachings of the Holy Prophet to be taught at all levels of education so that young people should be sensitized to seek guidance from “Seerat-Un-Nabi”.

In the inaugural session, Dr. Shahana Urooj, Kazmi, VC Swabi Women University said that youth are vulnerable in the current generation. With advancements in technology, she said, children were exposed to social media which is widely used these days to promote terrorism which was slowly poisoning the mindset of young people in an imperceptible way.

“This is a serious dilemma that needs to be resolved contingently and the attempt of VC, SBBWU to organize such a conference in which the main theme revolves around the life of our Holy Prophet (PBUH) is a very commendable effort, ” she added.