JAIPUR: In a break from the previous, a non-Muslim candidate from Rajasthan has topped the all-India entrance examination for a grasp’s course in Islamic research on the Central College of Kashmir.
“Islam is portrayed as a radical faith and there’s lot of false impression about it. The division within the society is rising as we speak and it’s actually essential to grasp one another’s faith,” stated Shubham Yadav, who would be a part of the course in Kashmir for 2 years.
The results of the widespread entrance take a look at, held on September 20, was declared on October 29.
The college, which had arrange the Islamic research centre in 2015, confirmed that Yadav is the primary non-Muslim candidate to high the examination.
“That is the primary time a non-Muslim has topped the doorway examination. We have had non-Muslim students prior to now,” Professor Hamid Naseem Rafiabadi informed PTI.
Yadav (21) has executed BA honours in philosophy from the Delhi College and hails from Alwar the place two lynching circumstances of Pehlu Khan in 2017 and Akbar alias Rakbar Khan in 2018 befell.
“Such type of incidents additionally made me suppose and gave motivation to learn in regards to the faith (Islam). I satisfied my dad and mom to pursue Islamic research by making them perceive that it is going to be about Islamic historical past and tradition they usually agreed,” he stated.
Yadav stated that he developed an curiosity in Islamic research throughout his school days and has informally studied in regards to the Arab spring, Iran points, early days of Islam and Prophet Muhammad and is wanting ahead to study extra about it within the formal course.
“A few of my mates who’re from Muslim neighborhood are finding out world Islamic politics,” stated Yadav, who can be making ready for the civil companies examination.
Yadav has a youthful brother finding out in school 11 whereas his father runs a common retailer in Alwar.