Madeenathul Uloom Arabic College [MUA] In Kerala - College Courses, Placements

Madeenathul Uloom Arabic College - [MUA]

Pulikkal, Malappuram, Kerala   |   ESTD : 0   |   Approved By: Type: Others
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About College

Madeenathul Uloom Arabic College, Mallapuram, Kerala

Madeenathul Uloom Arabic College aims at imparting high level of education in commitment with spiritual and moral values to the youth. The college wants to create an atmosphere for enabling the students to have a high command in both Arabic and English languages in order to read and interpret Holy Quran, Hadith and other Islamic literature. Apart from scholastic education, they also want to inculcate the values of nationalistic chauvinism in order to create respect for the constitution and the three tiers of democracy, imbibe oratory skills and the art of communication.

Facts And Figures related to Madeenathul Uloom Arabic College, Mallapuram, Kerala




University of Madras (1946-1957)

University of Calicut since 1968


Kerala University in 1957

Founder Chairman

M.C.C.Abdul Rahman Moulavi

Governing Body

Kerala Jam Iyyathul Ulama


Sayyid Muhammed Shakir

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Literary Club


Why to join Madeenathul Uloom Arabic College, Mallapuram, Kerala?

  • Scholastic Development for Islamic Studies: Thousand of students have become scholars and are called “madaani” after completing the prestigious Afzal Ulama Degree course. The Madani are given power and are seen as influential people in religious, social, cultural and educational scenario.The library of Madeenathul Uloom is one of the oldest Islamic Libraries in the southern part of the subcontinent. Books covering prominent subjects of Islam and Arabic literature are available in English, Urdu and Malayalam. The Information and Communication Technology Centre (I.C.T.C) provides the students the privilege of watching and learning from Arabic and English news channels. E-books and e-journals are also accessible from this digital centre.
  • ActiveYouthClubs: The College consists of two active N.S.S units that consist of around two hundred active volunteers. The college literary club strives for finding and encouraging literary talent in the Institute. They help the students to hone the literary writing, oratory, debate, journalism and other skills.

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