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8th IRTI DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE

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Chairman, Institute of Polic Studies, Islamabad

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Ë Secondar School Enrolment - 44%
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Ë Lowest ± Research Articles, magazines, - 28 OIC Countries.
Ë Research Articles provided b 24 OIC Countries last 20 ears ± flat or
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0 Neglect of basic facilities, housing, sanitation (62%) clean water (74%)

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SUGGESTED READINGS (contd.)

Ë Khurshid Ahmad, ³Islamizing Econom : The Pakistan Experience´, in $   



M % )   , ed. Æ Robert M. Hathawa and Wilson Lee, Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars, Washington, 2004, pp. 37-44

P Khurshid Ahmad, ³Some Thoughts on a Strateg for Development under an Islamic


Eagis´ in Islam and the new International Economic Order; The Social Dimension,
International Institute of Labour Studies, Geneva, 1980, pp. 127-143

P S ed Nawab Haider Naqvi, %MMM     &M *M The Islamic
Fundation, Leicester, U.K. 2003.

P Saqib Jawaid Anwar A; Hassan,  &    Makkah Printing nd


Publishing Co., Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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