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Dr Mohd. Asharf Malik Assistant Professor (C)

Office Address:
Department of Religious Studies, Central University of Kashmir, Arts Campus, Ganderbal, Jammu and Kashmir

  / 7006651472
ashrafamin121@gmail.com


 
Specialization

Religious Theories, Islamic History, Science and Religion, Islam & Environment

Dr. Mohd. Ashraf Malik lives in Daulatabad (Qazigund), Anantnag. He got his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the Government Degree College, Anantnag in 2010. He secured his Masters Degree in Islamic Studies from the University of Kashmir in 2012. He qualified the prestigious NET and JRF in the ‘Arab Culture & Islamic Studies’ in June 2012. In 2014, he got his Bachelor of Education Degree in Distance Mode from the University of Kashmir. Dr. Ashraf earned his Doctorate Degree in Islamic Studies from the University of Kashmir in July, 2020. He has published 15 research papers in various national and international Journals. He has also co-authored a book, Towards an Understanding of Indian Religions in 2020 with Adam Publishing House, New Delhi. Dr. Ashraf has participated and presented papers in more than 13 conferences and seminars. He has many national and international workshops to his credit. He has contributed over 50 articles to different newspapers of the Valley like Greater Kashmir, Kashmir Reader, Kashmir Images, Rising Kashmir, and Kashmir Observer. He has rendered his teaching services as Assistant Professor at BGSBU, Rajouri (J&K) in the Department of Islamic Studies for three years.