The education portfolio of The World Federation of KSIMC are pleased to launch to you our recently published book; ‘The Alternatives to Our Current Higher Education Centres’ and hope you enjoy reading about the different opportunities available to our students despite the increase in tuition fees across the world.
Updated on 12 March 2018
By the grace of Almighty Allah (SWT), the WF Qum Office - with the assistance of community students -organized the short one-week course: Tibb-e-Sunnati (Traditional Medication) at Dar al-Zahra (sa). The instructor, Mr. Baqir Zadeh, explored different ways to treat various diseases using traditional medication.
Brother Fazle Abbas Kanji, one of the participants, commented, “I found the course useful as we learned remedies of number of diseases. The teacher was very confident when speaking on the subject.”
Some of the major areas covered in the course were: pressure points, reflexology, shoulder & back pains, issues related to heart, liver and intestines and overall tips for living a healthy life.
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This year, The World Federation of KSIMC received a total of 4 applicants out of which 2 later withdrew for the Hiridjee Family Loan Scheme. Both applications received were of very high quality. Students are increasingly going the 'extra mile' in involving themselves in school and community projects and events on a voluntary basis as well as achieving excellent grades in their O and A Levels. The Loan Application Committee (LAC) has granted the loan to both students and we are delighted to announce the successful recipients of the 2013 Hiridjee Family Loan.
Where in the West a student considers it the norm to have a fully equipped laboratories for science periods and computers available for ICT lessons, it is not a given in all the schools in the developing countries of the World.