Workshop on Fiqh of Zakat-2024

Date and Venue:

🗓️ Date: March 2, 2024
⌛ Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
🏟️ Venue: TCB Bhaban Auditorium, Karwan Bazar, Dhaka.


  1. Educational Focus: Delve into the Fiqh of Zakat to enhance participants’ understanding of its theological and practical dimensions.
  2. Application in Modern Contexts: Discuss the relevance of Zakat in contemporary society, addressing challenges and proposing solutions.
  3. Community Engagement: Foster a sense of community and shared responsibility through the promotion of Zakat as a tool for social welfare.

𝐑𝐞𝐠𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐅𝐞𝐞: 1000BDT


For AAOIFI Fellows: 40% Discount = 600BDT
For MEC Members: 40% Discount = 600BDT
For University Student: 50% Discount = 500BDT


  • Expert Speakers:
    Esteemed scholars and experts in Islamic jurisprudence will lead sessions, sharing their knowledge and insights on the Fiqh of Zakat.
  • Interactive Sessions:
    Engage in interactive discussions, case studies, and Q&A sessions to encourage active participation and a deeper understanding of Zakat principles.
  • Practical Workshops:
    Hands-on workshops will provide practical guidance on calculating and disbursing Zakat, ensuring participants leave with actionable knowledge.

Target Audience:

  • Islamic Scholars and Clergy:
    Individuals with a background in Islamic studies, theology, or jurisprudence who want to enhance their knowledge of the Fiqh of Zakat.
  • Students of Islamic Studies:
    Students pursuing academic studies in Islamic theology, jurisprudence, or related fields.
  • Community Leaders:
    Those actively involved in community leadership roles who wish to guide their communities on matters related to Zakat and its proper implementation.
  • Charity and Nonprofit Organizations:
    Representatives from organizations involved in charitable and humanitarian work, as the workshop will provide insights into the principles of Zakat distribution.
    Individuals working in the financial sector, particularly those who handle finances for individuals and organizations in Muslim communities.
  • General Public:
    Anyone interested in learning about the principles of Zakat, its significance in Islam, and its practical application in contemporary contexts.
  • Government and Policy Makers:
    Individuals involved in policy making who seek to understand the role of Zakat in addressing social and economic challenges.
  • Educators and Researchers:
    Professionals involved in educational institutions and research organizations focusing on Islamic studies and social sciences.
  • Philanthropists:
    Individuals interested in philanthropy and social responsibility, looking to understand how Zakat can contribute to positive social change.

📑 Contact Information

For inquiries and additional information, please contact
👤 Fahim Faysal Al Masud, CSAA
📞 01638049129