The Educational Concept And Different Aspects Of Education And Training In The Early Medieval Age: A Research Review

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Dr. Shakeel ur Rahman , Dr. Badshah Rehman , Dr. Abdul Haq , Dr. Asad Ullah , Dr. Aminullah , Dr. Muhib ur Rehman , Nahida Bibi


The Education has been given the most importance among the essentials or attributes in the early medieval era. This is the reason why the divine revelation of Islam in 610 A.D consisting of five verses was also related to reading and teaching, and the Prophet sent by Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) also called the learning and teaching of the Qur'anas the best practice in the world. In Surat al-Baqarah, he explained the importance of knowledge to the Ummah by saying "he tought all tne names Adam" that a human being is in need of knowledge after birth at first. In the educational system of the Prophet (peace be upon him), opportunities were available for women, disabled, non-Muslims and all citizens. Then, being associated with every field of learning and education of Muslims till date and their academic and research services are enough to prove that Islam and other education and training are mutually dependent. In this Article, we will try to discuss the importance and the comprehensiveness and features of Islamic teaching and training system.

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