Updated: Jun 30
Salam University has been established in 2009 by a group of professors and lecturers from national and international universities. The university is authorized and licensed by Ministry of Higher Education in 2009 as an institute of higher education; in 2013 it was given the status of a university.
The Economics Faculty of Salam university has organized a seminar on "Business Ethics in Islam" for both male and female students of the faculty on 26th and 27th June, 2022. Mr. Riaz Ahmad Safi, lecturer at faculty of economics presented the seminar and covered, fundamental ethical axioms of unity, equilibrium, free will, and responsibility topics in details. In addition, the main characteristics of a Muslim trader, and the principle of business ethics in Islam were also among the topics of the seminar. Salam university organizes result-oriented capacity development workshops and seminars. Through the programs, we enable our audience and students to grapple with and engage in our time's spiritual, intellectual, ethical, and cultural issues, their implications, and their applications to everyday business life.
The Faculty of Economics of Salam University presented a research seminar entitled " PRACTICAL APPROACH TO GAP ANALYSIS IN RESEARCH " in order to better educate and enrich its staff-related research academic process! The aim of the seminar was to identify the research gap in the literature and to make use of it so that you can pursue innovative research. As a Researcher, the first challenge is to identify an interesting and worthy research topic. Most researchers come up with a great research problem while others may struggle to get a worthy research problem, in such a case this is just for you. In the beginning, the presenter of the seminar Dr. Abdullah Sadiq, the Dean of the economics faculty, stated,” The purpose of research is to enhance society by advancing knowledge through the development of scientific theories, concepts, and ideas. A research purpose is met through forming hypotheses, collecting data, analyzing results, forming conclusions, implementing findings into real-life applications and forming new research questions.” Later on, he further outlined that the identification of gaps from systematic reviews is essential to the practice of evidence-based research. Moreover, a research gap is a question or a problem that has not been answered by any of the existing studies or research within your field. Sometimes, a research gap exists when there is a concept or new idea that hasn't been studied at all.