NAME: Hameed Adeleye Abdulrasheed
RANK: Chief Lecturer
AREA OF SPECIALIZATION: Islamic Studies
QUALIFICATION: MA (2007), PGDE (2000), BA (Islamic Studies) (1988), Diploma In Computer Science (2001), IJMB (A Level) (1984), SC/GCE (1981), & Primary School Leaving Certificate (1973)
PHONE NO: 08065107681
Abdulrasheed Hameed is a committed Chief Lecturer with over 24 years of experience at Federal College of Education, Okene,Kogi State. He teaches both N.C.E and Undergraduate Students with various social and cultural backgrounds. He possesses excellent, administrative, and communication and written skills. All of these make him a sought after teacher. Abdulrasheed A. Hameed is the current Dean of the School of Arts and Social Sciences having been elected into that position through a popular vote.
Mallam Hameed is an accomplished Islamic scholar who delights in teaching Islamic History and Jurisprudence. His is also a convinced preacher of Islam as a religion and way of life. All of these make him a friend and role model to both his colleagues and students. A. A. Hameed holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Islamic Studies. He is gentle, soft spoken and speaks English and Yoruba fluently. He is also a member of several academic and professional Associations such as the National Association of teachers’ of Arabic and Islamic Studies.
Hameed, A.A. (2002). An Islamic approach for sustainability of good governance and accountability towards national integration in Nigeria.
Hameed, A.A. (2004). The life and contribution of selected Muslim writers to Arabic Language & Islamic Studies.
Hameed, A.A. (2008). Towards achieving effective and qualitative education: The place of Islamic Studies in Nigeria’s policy on Education.
Hameed, A.A (2002). An Islamic approach for sustainability of good governance and accountability towards national integration and cohesion in Nigeria.
Hameed, A.A. (2004). The life and contribution of some selected Muslim writers to Arabic Language and Islamic Studies.
Hameed, A.A. (2008). Towards achieving effective and qualitative education: The place of Islamic Studies in Nigeria’s policy on education.
Hameed, A.A. (2009). “Mudarabah”. A lawful business transaction in Islam.
Hameed, A.A. (2010). Islam and recreational education.
Hameed, A.A. (2011). Causes and effects of polygamy among the contemporary Ebira-Tao Muslims.
Hameed, A.A. (2012). The role of Islam in achieving qualitative education, democracy and good governance in the globalized economy.
Hameed, A.A. (2012). Islamic education and good governance.
Hameed, A.A. (2012). Islam and economic independence towards self-employment and productivity.
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