The Dean of University Studies for Female Students, Prof. Hala bint Said Al-Amoudi, launched the campaign titled “Knowledge Cup” organized by the Shari’a and Islamic Studies Department, the Faculty of Shari’a, on Sunday 3/7/1437 Hijri, that goes on for two days in Al-Jawhara Hall.
During this event, the Dean was accompanied by the Vice-Dean of University Studies for Educational Affairs and Development, Prof. Shaikha bint Saud Ashour, and they were both received by the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Shari’a, Prof. Izdehar bint Mahmoud Madani; the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Shari’a for Educational Affairs and Development, Prof. Ibtesam bint Belqassem Al-Qurani; and the deputy head of the Shari’a and Islamic Studies Department, Prof. Iman bint Salem bin Qabous.
The exhibition included different corners:
1. Fundamentals Chocolate Corner: attempts to present the Islamic scholars ways of categorization in fundamentals of Fiqh, discusses the advantages of each way and the most prominent books. This corner included five kinds of chocolates:
2. Second Corner: Fiqh Cup; discusses the four Madhhabs (schools); their origins, the fundamentals of each Madhhab and its most prominent books. This corner included four cups:
3. Third Corner: Main dish; where the most important and prominent books are shown as per an agreement with Al-Najah Library in the University.
4. Friends Corner: where participations of other departments, Aqidah (Islamic Theology) and Computer departments, were shown.
5. Cashier Corner: where bills are distributed symbolizing the learning journey expenses of ongoing study, dedication and tremendous efforts. Brochures, pens, notebooks with the slogan of the program and other gifts were also distributed in this corner.
The program also included a welcome speech and the recital of verses of the Holy Quran. The Deputy Head of the Shari’a Department gave a speech for the occasion, then female officials responsible for the courses in the program were honored, and balloons were flown in the air announcing the beginning of the “Cup of Knowledge” program events. The program also included awareness and education sessions, interviews, anthems and interesting shows.