The events of the program of "Promising Cadres in Shari`ah Law Research [Kafa'at Wa`idah]" were concluded yesterday, Wednesday, 19 Sha`ban,1440 A.H. The program was organized by the Islamic Studies Research Center affiliated to the Deanship of Scientific Research, in cooperation with the Vice Deanship of the College of Da`wah and Fundamentals of Religion and within the center's annual plan for promoting the skills of scientific research and its outputs in Islamic studies.
The Vice Dean of the College of Da`wah and Fundamentals of Religion for Training and Community Service, Dr. Salma bin Dawud, pointed out that the research skills in the program were varied, and that the program attracted about twenty of the female academic staff in the Sharia`ah law specializations who are interested in scientific research.
The Deputy of the Islamic Studies Research Center in the Deanship of Scientific Research, Dr. Afnan Talmisani, stressed that this program is considered the first of its kind in offering training on the research skills in Sharia`ah law specializations, and that the results and statistics that were achieved from it, throughout the year, exceeded expectations. This is because this program provided 21 training packages, covering 62 training hours throughout the academic year; nearly 715 female researchers from ten colleges benefited from the training that entailed 200 volunteering hours, 19 training courses, and two workshops. Moreover, this program achieved the excellent grade in the scale measuring beneficiary satisfaction, while its actual number of training hours totaled 2113 training hours.