The practise and technique of applying the Malay Islamic Monarchy (MIB) values in teacher's teaching can shape the true Brunei youth while at the same time impacts on building the society and nation of Brunei Darussalam. This was among matters touched during the tabling of the Selari 2 or Second Parallel Working Paper of the 12th Borneo International Islamic Conference, KAIB 12 yesterday. It was the second and final day of the event.
The working paper titled, "KAMPUNG TANTAYA: A SHORT INTRODUCTION" by Dayang Nurul Amalina binti Zullkiflee from Sultan Sharif 'Ali Islamic University highlights Kampung Tantaya, Pulau Limpaku Pinang which has a significant place in the history of the Brunei Sultanate.
Dr Ismail bin Abas from Seri Begawan Religious Teachers University College, KUPU SB presented a paper titled "The Strategy of Explicit Application of Malay Islamic Monarchy, MIB Values in Brunei Darussalam's Secondary Schools: A Case Study". He explained that the strategy of applying MIB values in the country's schools fulfills the objective of human or personal development that encompasses the spirit, intellectuality, emotion and physique.
A working paper titled, "Tarbiyah Muallaf: An Alternative Guidance For Converts" by Hj Ahmad Abdussalam bin Hj Abd Rahman from the Islamic Da'wah Centre shared the proposal to create the eTarbiyah Muallaf for a 10 Day Introductory Guidance on Islam (BPI-10) as a method of teaching and learning.
At Dewan Musyawarah, the paper "Talent Management In The World of Local Women's Leadership" was tabled by Doctor Dewi Tajuddin from the Sabah branch of Universiti Teknologi MARA. Among other things, it explained the talent management method implemented in preparing women as future leaders, especially the local women.
Meanwhile in the presentation of Selari 3 or 3rd Parallel working paper, Associate Professor Doctor Misnan bin Jemali from the Syari'ah Faculty of Seri Begawan Reigious Teachers University College, KUPU SB delivered a working paper "The Importance of Islamic Counselling and Its Contribution In Society" which emphasised Islam as a religion of advice where guiding and advising are the duty, responsibility and trust placed upon the Muslim ummah.
Doctor Abdul Rauf bin Muhammad Amin from the Syari'ah Faculty of KUPU SB tabled a working paper titled "The Significance of Maqasid Al-Syariah in Empowering Islamic Da'wah". He said Islamic Da'wah or propagation is an important activity in Islam. Besides formal education, da'wah is very important and effective in delivering the teachings of Allah Subhanahuwataala as well as Islamic values and teachings. Towards achieving the goal, Islamic da'wah needs effective methods and strategies apart from its relation with science.
Source: Radio Television Brunei