The International University of Scholars, popularly known as University of Scholars, has started its journey in 2015 with five departments at the outset. The Trustee Board of the university aims to establish a research-intensive modern private university for Bangladeshi as well as international students which will produce world-class researchers and industry leading professionals. The university is working with the slogan- We Build Professionals, and following American curriculum with strong emphasis on the use of technology for teaching and learning process. Therefore, we are adopting the newest educational technologies (EdTech) to modernize our Learning Management System (LMS) for the best experience of learning as well as teaching. This is the first initiative of such kind in Bangladesh. Our congenial atmosphere and flexible policy inspire the faculty members who are highly qualified having academic degrees and professional training from home and abroad.
The Ineluctable Chords of Forty and Ella’s Journey from Nausea to Madhab-i-Ishq to Eudaimonia: Prismatic Effects of Elif Shafak’s The Forty Rules of Love Abstract: Elif Shafak’s novella, The Forty Rules of Love, published in March 2009, explores the identity of one’s existence through a spiritual transformation. Sufi mysticism, which Ella has discovered, transports her on an adventurous and exotic voyage of life. In this incredibly positive tale, a sense of belonging and purpose in one’s life is instilled in the mind of the readers. A jar of Love will never be able to contain or define Love. Everything about it is limitless and brimming with Rahma (mercy). It is a narrative of a lost soul discovering serenity in Love, exploring the meaning of life, and re-inventing why she is still living. The recompensation for every annihilation is a cleansing of the soul, according to Sufism. Through the prism of Sufism, this paper seeks to understand Ella’s transition from Nausea to Madhab-i-Ishq to Eudaimonia and to bridge several of Tabrizi’s rules with Islamic beliefs and understanding. Details - (link)
The International University of Scholars, popularly known as the University of Scholars