Islami Jamiat-e-Talibat

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Template:Repetition Islami Jamiat-e-Talbat (IJT) is the largest female students' organisation in Pakistan influenced mainly by the works of Abul A'la Maududi. It is an Islamic organization whose stated mission is to preach Islam to female students of modern institutions throughout Pakistan. It attempts to promote its vision of Islamic values and glorify the image of Islam through various means. It is an independent organization. Its main fields are the modern educational institutions i.e. colleges and universities across Pakistan, though many local sub-divisions are active at school level.

Goals

This organization was founded in September, 1969. It has been active in assisting female students in Pakistan. Its main purposes are to spread the message of Islam and to help members to become good students and citizens.

Its primary objectives are to promote Islamic culture and to pave the way for the integrity of Islam. Members are encouraged to display sympathy and empathy when counseling others.

IJT is a federation that seeks to show young women their real duty in this world, to teach them the essentials of Islam, and to train them to live up to Islamic ideals. The federation organizes different training activities for members according to their religion. Any female Muslim student in any Pakistani institution of learning is eligible for membership. The constitution of the federation is subject to amendment based on the Quran and sunnah.

Current Leadership (Session 2014 - 2015)

Responsibility Name
President Sumiya Nawaz
Secretary General Maryam Mansoor
Assist- Secretary General Sharmeen Abdul Qayyum
All Pakistan Co-ordination committee
Ammara Liaqat (Karachi)
Sabiha Akram (Sargodha)
Province Provincial Presidents
Province Punjab Noreen Riaz
Province Sindh Hadia Haroon
Province Khyber Maimona Sundus
Province Balochistan Zainab Baig
Kashmir Tabassum Nisa

Co-ordination committee Area #1

  1. Inas Hasan (Faisalabad)
  2. Maimona rafee (Islamabad)
  3. Humaira Mehmood (kashmir)
  4. Tasneem Zainab (FJMC)
  5. Faiqa Abrar (Jamia Punjab)
  6. Tahira Basheer (Lahore)
  7. Khansa Areeba (Lahore)
  8. Hania Raza (Rawalpindi)

Co-ordination committee Area # 2

  1. Ayesha Faheem(Karachi)
  2. Tooba Ahmed (Karachi)
  3. Zainab Baig (Karachi)

Nominated Co-ordination committee

  1. Sumbul Yousaf (Karachi)
  2. Romaisa Haroon (Karachi University)

Nominated members of ECE from Ikhwat al jamiaat

  1. Asra Khan (Karachi)
  2. Humaira tayeba (Sawabi)

Leadership history

  • Session 1969-70 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Shakoora Aftab (Punjab)
  • Session 1970-71 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Shakoora Aftab (Punjab)
  • Session 1971-72 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Zakia Fatima(Punjab)
  • Session 1972-73 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Zakia Fatima(Punjab)
  • Session 1973-74 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Yasmeen Hameed(Punjab)
  • Session 1974-75 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Yasmeen Hameed(Punjab)
  • Session 1975-76 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Yasmeen Hameed(Punjab)
  • Session 1976-77 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Badar un Nisa
  • Session 1977-78 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Badar un Nisa
  • Session 1978-79 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Badar un Nisa
  • Session 1979-80 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Badar un Nisa
  • Session 1980-81 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Dr. Akhtar Hayyat Butt
  • Session 1981-82 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Dr. Akhtar Hayyat Butt
  • Session 1982-83 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Dr. Kousar Firdous
  • Session 1983-84 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Dr. Kousar Firdous
  • Session 1984-85 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Dr. Fouzia Naheed
  • Session 1985-86 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Nighat Wadood
  • Session 1986-87 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Abida Farheen
  • Session 1987-88 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Abida Farheen
  • Session 1988-89 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Nasreen Nazir (MA)Sindh
  • Session 1989-90 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Nasreen Nazir (MA)Sindh
  • Session 1990-91 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Naeema Cheema
  • Session 1991-92 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Naeema Cheema
  • Session 1992-93 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Rubina Sultan(MA) Punjab
  • Session 1993-94 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Humaira Ashraf
  • Session 1994-95 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Humaira Ashraf
  • Session 1995-96 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Zubaida Jabeen (M Ed.) Punjab
  • Session 1996-97 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Nusrat Shaheen
  • Session 1997-98 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Nayla Ameen
  • Session 1998-99 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Nayla Ameen
  • Session 1999-2000 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Humara Tayyaba (M.A. Islami Sharia & Law)
  • Session 2000-2001 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Humara Tayyaba
  • Session 2001-2002 - *Nazima-e-A`ala: Humara Tayyaba
  • Session 2002-2003 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Humara Tayyaba
  • Session 2003-2004 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Asma Chughtai ( M.Sc. Mass Communication)
  • Session 2004-2005 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Asma Chughtai ( M.Sc. Mass Communication)
  • Session 2005-2006 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Asma Chughtai ( M.Sc. Mass Communication)
  • Session 2006-2007 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Maria Hussain
  • Session 2007-2008 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Iman Sadiqa
  • Session 2008-2009 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Iman Sadiqa
  • Session 2009-2010 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Dr. Sadaf Nazar
  • Session 2010-2011 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Dr. Sadaf Nazar
  • Session 2011-2012 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Lubna Hashmet
  • Session 2012-2013 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Ayesha Jabee'n
  • Session 2013-2014 - Nazima-e-A`ala: Zumra Waseem
  • Session 2014- continue - Nazima-e-A`ala: Sumiya Nawaz

Activities

Newly elected Nazima e aala of islami jamiat talibat Pakistan FOR session 2014 - 2015 is Miss Sumiya nawaz. Motimida aam is miss maryam mansoor

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