DNB Working Papers
Zimbabwe has a protracted history of gold manufacturing stretching again many centuries and gold is by any estimate a mineral with the longest mining historical past of the nation. 67- 2005: Islam Hadhari Sebagai Pemangkin Pembinaan Insan dan Pembangunan Sosial: Sejauh Mana Masyarakat Menerimanya” (Islam Hadhari as a Catalyst to Human Assemble and Social Growth: To What Extent the Society Accepts It), a paper introduced at Seminar Kebangsaan Mengkaji Pemikiran YAB Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi Terhadap Pembinaan Insan dan Pembangunan Sosial (National Seminar on the Examine of the Thought of YAB Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on Human Assemble and Social Development), organized by Institut Sosial Malaysia (ISM) at Resort Renaissance, Kuala Lumpur, 5 April 2005.
31- 1997: Erti Pembangunan Berteraskan Islam” (The Which means of Islamic Development), a paper presented at Islamic Growth Symposium, organized by Improvement Research Motion, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang at Universiti Sains Malaysia, 9 March.
Appropriate grammar is important is scientific writing (and in all writing) to make sure that you are conveying your message clearly, and likewise that the reader will understand it. Grammatical errors will frustrate even essentially the most affected person readers, and they will quit on your paper if they are spending more time working out what you are attempting to say than studying about your research.
eleven- 2000: Ke Arah Pengurusan Pembangunan Islam” (In direction of Islamic Improvement Administration), a keynote tackle offered at Seminar Pengurusan Pembangunan Islam, organized by Islamic Development Administration Venture (IDMP), Universiti Sains Malaysia and The Mufti Workplace of Penang State Authorities, at Menara KOMTAR, Penang, 21 September.
26- 1996: “Establishing an Islamic State: Beliefs and Realities in Kelantan, Malaysia”, a paper presented at Association of Southeast-Asian Studies United Kingdom (ASEASUK) 1996 Conference, organised by the Association of Southeast-Asian Studies United Kingdom at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London, UK, 24-27 April.