Bannu University Research Journal in Islamic Studies

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Bannu University Research Journal in Islamic Studies 
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DisciplineIslamic Studies
Double Blind Peer Review
LanguageUrdu, Arabic, English
Edited byIrfan Ullah
Publication details
History2014-to present
Publisher
University of Science and Technology (Pakistan)
Frequency2 issues per year
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LicenseNot menteioned
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ISSN2411-4332
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Bannu University Research Journal in Islamic Studies (BURJIS) is a bi-annual research journal in Islamic Studies. The journal is trilingual (Arabic, English, Urdu) published by Department of Islamic Studies & Research, University of Science & Technology Bannu. It is a double blind peer reviewed and open access journal. It was established in 2014 and the journal was initially recognized by Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan in “Z” category and going to be upgrade soon (in sha Allah) in “Y” category.

BURJIS is zealous to the promotion of intellectual study of Islam and the Muslim world. It is pertinent to mention that the journal encourages the research in the field of Socio-Religious issues.

Published Issues

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

Aims & Objectives/Vision & Mission

Bannu University Research Journal in Islamic Studies (BURJIS) has objectives:

  • To promote scholarly research.
  • To provide analytical reviews on contemporary books.
  • To encourage and motivate scholars to publish their research without any racial or religious discrimination.
  • To facilitate research scholars in creating comprehensive and global understanding of Islam.

Copyright

Copyright © 2017 of the Bannu University Research Journal in Islamic Studies (BURJIS) are reserved with the Department of Islamic Studies & Research, University of Science & Technology Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Pakistan. Authorization is granted to the researchers, academicians and students to reproduce a table, a figure and an excerpt up to 500 words from the BURJIS without any permission or fees. However, for the used material an accurate reference must be cited and fully referenced in the bibliography/literature cited/references list. Authors can use or photocopy their own articles without any permission/fees. Prior permission will be required for reproducing any item or part of an article/journal other than those as specified above. For any kind of permission or fees, request should be made to the chief editor, BURJIS at: burjis_ustb@yahoo.com