Minhaj College for Women (MCW)
Quality of education has been the pinpoint of discussion for intellectuals thinkers and educationists since the creation of Pakistan. The importance of education in the present century in which knowledge has replaced with information has controlled weapons and the world focus is centered on the know knots instead of have--knots is self explanatory. In the extreme situation of educational crisis, many institutions have sprung up, both religious and secular, to provide solution to educational problems. These institutions can not be directly questioned as they have very well been playing their part in the education arena for the welfare of the nation but a typical death is felt in all of these center of learning .They have been promoting totally secular, education being devoid of any religious or technical touch or have been imparting sole religious education indifferently. Here is why, Minhaj College of Women is different!
The spirit of Minhaj College for women is indeed the missionary spirit of Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tahir-Ul-Qadri who laid down the firm foundation of a college for women realizing the need of development for spiritual insight and religious training for women folk. His focus is on higher sense of morality, human values and education to Islamic culture and life.
The spirit of Minhaj College for Women is indeed the missionary spirit of Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, who laid down the firm foundation of this college for women realizing the need of development of spiritual insight and religious training of women folk. His focus is on higher sense of morality, human values and dedication to Islamic culture and life. His spirit is a kindled spirit which is free from stereo-typed notions of religion and morality but delved deep into the essence of teachings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him!).
The Minhaj College for Women is more than a college: it is a community, a movement towards the pursuit of excellence of the highest in the world's best order, Islam. It is not only a kind of reformation but also renaissance in true Islamic spirit under the guidance of Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri. Its soul is the attainment of highest peak of piety through specific purgatory training-camps, itekaf and kindled lectures. Those who come to learn at M.C.W. Leave it with a wider appreciation of human values and display devotion to Mustafavi Mission; their tolerance to people comes from a sense of religious responsibility. Thus, their lives flourish in true Islamic spiritualism.
The graduates of Minhaj excel by virtue of their special training that moulds them into true exemplary individuals. The celestial light of Minhaj is reflected both in students and faculty. Indeed, Minhaj College for Women is a tradition of preparing women for the coming challenges of modern world in accordance with true Islamic teachings.