Indeks Syariah Malaysia

  • Indeks Syariah Malaysia (ISM): Prasarana & Persekitaran

    Title: Indeks Syariah Malaysia (ISM): Prasarana & Persekitaran

    Client: Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM)

    Project Cost: RM90,000.00

    Duration: 6 months ending 31 December 2015

    Head of Project: Assoc. Prof. Dr Syed Ahmad Iskandar b Syed Ariffin. 

    Description :

    ISI and Centre of Research for Fiqh Science & Technology - UTM CFirst submitted a proposal to JAKIM to undertake a research to establish ‘Indeks Syariah Malaysia - Prasarana & Persekitaran’.  Malaysia Syariah Index is an index-developed to measure and assess Malaysia's efforts in achieving the five objectives of Maqasid Al-Syari'ah, namely, in the preservation of religion, life, lineage, intellect and property. 

    Study results show that the MSI for the Malaysia Environmental and Infrastructure sector stood at 62.31, which is deemed to be at moderate level. This suggests that the government could take further initiatives in enhancing the environment and infrastructure in Malaysia.

    The MSI research projects involving cross-disciplinary UTM experts are the initiative of the UTM Centre for Fiqh Research in Science and Technology (CFIRST), with the project grants managed by UTM Institut Sultan Iskandar (ISI). 

    News & Activities

    MoA Signing ceremony was held on 8th September 2015. Read about on MoA Ceremony 

    Second workshop was held on 28th September 2015 involving 6 experts. Read 2nd Workshop here

  • Indeks Syariah Malaysia (ISM): Sosial

    Title : Indeks Syariah Malaysia (ISM) : Sosial

    Client : Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM)

    Project Cost : RM90,000.00

    Duration : 6 months ending by 31 December 2015

    Head of Project: Assoc. Prof. Dr Kassim bin Tukiman

    Description

    ISI and Centre of Research for Fiqh Science & Technology - UTM CFirst submitted a proposal to JAKIM to undertake a research to establish ‘Indeks Syariah Malaysia - Sosial’.  Malaysia Syariah Index is an index-developed to measure and assess Malaysia's efforts in achieving the five objectives of Maqasid Al-Syari'ah, namely, in the preservation of religion, life, lineage, intellect and property. Study results show that the MSI for the ‘Indeks Syariah Malaysia - Sosial’  sector stood at 68.53. Thus it would be beneficial if the government were to capitalize on the findings and further enhance existing social policies, so that the policies meet the objectives of Maqasid Syariáh, therefore contributing towards the development of the Muslim Ummah. The MSI research projects involving cross-disciplinary UTM experts, are the initiative of the UTM Centre for Fiqh Research in Science and Technology (CFIRST), with the project grants managed by UTM Institut Sultan Iskandar (ISI).

    News & Activities

    MoA Signing ceremony was held on 8th September 2015. Read about on MoA Ceremony 

    Second workshop was held on 28th September 2015 involving 6 experts. Read 2nd Workshop here

  • Indeks Syariah Malaysia: Prasarana & Persekitaran Phase 2

    Title: Indeks Syariah Malaysia: Prasarana & Persekitaran Phase 2

    Client: JAKIM Malaysia

    Project Cost: 

    Headed by: Prof. Dr Syed Ahmad Iskandar b Syed Ariffin

    StatusCompleted

    Description

    After the success of the first phase of the research, ISI has been appointed to undertake Phase 2 of the research, Indeks Syariah Malaysia: Prasarana & Persekitaran. The questionnaire used in phase 1 is being strengthened and soon data collection will commence in February 2017 to kick-start the research. The research has been successfully completed. The final report has been submitted on 16 July 2017.

  • Maqasid Syariah Executive Dialogue

    On 9 November 2017, our Executive Director, Associate Professor Dr Syed Ahmad Iskandar Syed Ariffin presented the results of the Malaysia Syariah Index (ISM) research in Environmental and Infrastructure Development in the Maqasid Syariah Executive Dialogue Session at the Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government (KPKT), Putrajaya.

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