Goals & Objectives
Aims & Objectives Of Darul Uloom Imam Abu Hanifah
To produce Muslim scholars who have full command on the knowledge of the Holy Qur’an, Ahadith, Fiqha and the basic principles of Islam.
To propagate the knowledge of the Holy Quran, Ahadith, Fiqha and the basic principles of Islam to Muslims all over the world.
To uphold, preserve and promote the Shariah (Islamic Legal Code) as expounded by the four schools of jurisprudence.
To maintain, preserve and promote the Aqa’id (doctrine) of Islam as expounded by the Ahlul-Sunnah wal-Jama’ah.
To protect the religion of Islam from innovations as is manifested in the beliefs and practices of deviated sects, groups and movements.
To produce a generation who both understand and apply the call of the Qur’an and Sunnah, as demonstrated by the first three generations after Islam’s advent.
To create a forum of skilled Islamic scholars with mission to motivate Muslims to mould their individual lives & the society around according to the dictates of Islam.
To acquaint Ulama with the challenges of the modern age, for effective communication of the message of Islam to the people all over the world.
To fulfill all obligations for the personal care & spiritual grooming of the students & the other associates of the Darul Uloom.
To publish Islamic literature as part of the accomplishment of the Aim & Objectives of the Darul Uloom
To produce scholars and effective leaders who understand and respond to the needs of modern society.
To make traditional Islamic education accessible and relevant.
To make a significant academic contribution to the Islamic sciences, Islamic education, and the multiple disciplines related to the Islamic sciences.
To deliver outstanding mainstream education that enriches people’s lives underpinned by an Islamic ethos.
To serve and facilitate wider community development.
To safeguard the operational and financial viability of the organisation and its projects
To put forth a positive effort to reform ailing contemporary Muslim mentality in light of sacred knowledge; To develop an environment which instills commitment to life-long learning and a deep sense of social responsibility.