ABIM: Orang Asli, converts can pursue diploma study
Last Update: 25/09/2019
KOTA BHARU, Sept 25 -- The Kelantan Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM) Islamic Outreach’s (missionary centre) Islamic Studies School (ISL) is offering candidates from the Orang Asli communities and among converts to sit for a diploma level in Islamic Studies.
Kelantan ABIM Islamic Outreach chairman Hassan Awang said that ABIM Islamic Outreach had sent 13 students to a college in Kampung Kuau, Bachok, Kelantan, starting this month, towards this end.
‘’The students will sit for a diploma level study which will take three years compared to a certificate level foundation study which will take seven years depending on the capability of the students.
‘’Other than Orang Asli and converts, we also target students from Cambodia who want to study religious knowledge and guide their communities after they have completed their studies,’’ he said.
He said this to reporters after the handing over of electrical study aid equipment by Kemudi Timur Elektronik Sdn Bhd at Kelantan ABIM Outreach, Kok Lanas here today.