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The CIC has designed its curriculum, courses and academic programmes by harnessing the rich traditional Islamic curriculum that developed in India for centuries. Al Wafy and Al Wafiya courses have been tailored by updating the traditional Nizamiya syllabus that has been practiced by Islamic colleges in India for centuries.
While retaining the spirit of the traditional syllabus intact, modification has been achieved by introducing new topics and updating some traditional subjects. These measures were introduced to meet the new challenges and needs of time.
The CIC has taken its cue from the various Islamic universities including al-Azhar, has been treated as a model. In addition, UGC-approved courses in Science, Commerce and Humanities have become an integral part of the curriculum. By equipping its curriculum with modern teaching methods and blending tradition and modernity as well as secular and scared streams of education, CIC is focussed on moulding morally committed professionals, intellectuals and spiritual leaders who are grounded in the Islamic scholarly tradition and conversant with the scientific, cultural, political, and intellectual currents that are shaping the modern society.
A rigorous Wafy Academic Calendar manages to gain 20 weeks of six working days in a semester (a total of 120 working days a semester / 240 working days a year). Although the focus of the curriculum is religious education, a UGC accredited university degree is made mandatory, so that students who don’t successfully complete a bachelor’s degree will not be able to get their Wafy and Wafiyya certificates. Through these courses, CIC envisions to create a truly spiritual paradigm of knowledge, blending the theoretical and a practical disciplines.