Morality is a relative concept and it is situational – Prof. Neelam Sukhramani

by | Mar 24, 2014

Morality in fact doesn’t have a specific framework as the concept of morality is a relative one and it’s judgement depends on the situations opined Prof. Neelam Sukhramani, Prof. Department of Social Work. She was speaking at the lecture program organized by Students Islamic Organization Jamia Zone in collaboration with Samajik Chethana Manch on the topic “Morality and Campuses – Role of Education” at Public Library Hall, Batla House, New Delhi. Morality should include a self-analysis of oneself and should or cannot be impose from above – she added. JIH Delhi – Haryana Amir, Abdul Waheed Sahib in his concluding speech said that it is very true that a self-analysis is a must for every individual, but there is also the need of a system that can provide a criteria and environment for such an analysis. Islam is one such way which provides that system and it is basically done by the thought and consciousness of a power i.e God imbibed in the minds of individuals. Samajik Chethna Manch convenor Asif Iqbal Sahib welcomed the gathering. Jamia Zonal President Mahboob Thaha introduced the topic, Jamia Zonal Secretary Afaque Qureishi gave the vote of thanks and Br. Abdul Hamid Hakim recited from the Quran. 


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