The implementation of qur’anic management to develop the islamic campus at UIN Malang Indonesia

Mulyono, Mulyono and Sholihah, Tutut and Rusmingsih, Diah and Atanjuani, Efy Setiawati and Riadi, Imam (2021) The implementation of qur’anic management to develop the islamic campus at UIN Malang Indonesia. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, 15 (4). pp. 528-545. ISSN 2201-1323

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Abstract

This study aims to analyze the implementation of Qur’anic management to develop the Islamic Campus at UIN Malang Indonesia. Researchers used the qualitative research methods and the data analysis techniques with interactive analysis models, the results can be concluded as follows: 1) Making the values of the Qur’an as the guides in developing the campus in activities of dhikr, think and do good deeds; 2) Inspire “IQRO = READ” from QS. al- Alaq: 1-5 to analyze the campus internal and external environment; 3) Being an inspiration from “QUM = RISE” from QS. al- Muddatstsir: 1-7 to develop the campus; 4) Formulating a vision, mission, and Islamic campus traditions that contain the core of
values and the core of belief; 5) Developing the concept of Arkan al-Jami’ah (University Pillars) which consists of nine components which include: a) reliable human resources, b) mosques, c) student
Islamic boarding schools (ma’had), d) libraries, e) laboratories, f) study/lecture rooms, g) offices as service centers, h) dormitories, i) broad and solid sources of funding. The success of implementing the Quranic management to develop the Islamic campus is if it succeeds in changing the vicious circle full of problems into the circle of angels full of grace in the campus environment. This study found the model for implementing Qur’anic management to develop the Islamic campus.

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: Implementation; the Qura’nic Management; to Develop; the Islamic Campus
Subjects: 13 EDUCATION > 1301 Education Systems > 130103 Higher Education
Divisions: Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teaching Training > Department of Islamic Education Management
Depositing User: Dr. H. Mulyono, MA.
Date Deposited: 06 Apr 2021 15:23

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