CENTRE FOR ISLAMISATION

CENTRE FOR ISLAMISATION

Brief Overview

Brief Overview


IIUM Centre for Islamisation or CENTRIS was established in May 2012 to spearhead the Islamisation mission of the University and systematize its various efforts especially with regard to Islamisation of human knowledge (IOHK). The Distinguished Tan Sri Prof. Dr. Mohd. Kamal Hassan was appointed the Chairman of the Centre together with a Senior Assistant Director, on 1st July 2012. Two months later i.e. on the 1st September 2012, the first Director of the Centre was appointed.

Roles and Responsibilities

CENTRIS is expected to play among others the following roles:

·         To act as a think tank for the University with regard to Islamisation matters

·         To act as the Secretariat for Islamisation KRA of IIUM Strategic Plan

·         To collaborate with various parties within and outside the University in order to enhance its Islamisation mission

·         To conduct training and retraining programmes regarding Islamisation for the identified target groups

·         To undertake research projects and/or publish materials pertaining to Islamisation

·         To provide consultancy on Islamisation

·         To coordinate  Islamisation activities in the academic and non-academic areas