Universitas Andalas, Indonesia praises Karangkraf for publishing the Quran in four languages

Karangkraf was chosen as one of the locations because it could provide a new experience on how to manage Quran printing and practice media usage.

Aisyah Basaruddin
Aisyah Basaruddin
24 Apr 2024 04:33pm
Azwar (fourth from the right) posing with Hussamuddin and Firdaus at Studio F, Karangkraf Group Complex, Shah Alam on Wednesday. SINAR HARIAN/ROSLI TALIB
Azwar (fourth from the right) posing with Hussamuddin and Firdaus at Studio F, Karangkraf Group Complex, Shah Alam on Wednesday. SINAR HARIAN/ROSLI TALIB
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SHAH ALAM - Universitas Andalas from Padang, Indonesia praises Karangkraf's sincere efforts in consistently printing and publishing the Quran in four languages: Malay, Jawi, English and Kadazandusun.

The university’s Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Dean Dr Azwar M.Si, said they were excited to lead a visit with 28 Communication Masters students and several lecturers to the huge publishing company.

He said that Karangkraf was chosen as one of the locations because it could provide a new experience on how to manage Quran printing and practice media usage.

The Universitas Andalas delegation capturing memories with Karangkraf personnel. SINAR HARIAN/ROSLI TALIB
The Universitas Andalas delegation capturing memories with Karangkraf personnel. SINAR HARIAN/ROSLI TALIB

"After touring Karangkraf, what stood out was the printing of the Quran in four languages, unlike in Indonesia where there is only one language.

"Through this four-day visit, all our Masters' students will gain practical knowledge to be applied in their learning once they return," he said at the Karangkraf Group Complex here on Wednesday.

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The Universitas Andalas delegation visiting the #QuranTime studio at Karangkraf Group Complex, Shah Alam. SINAR HARIAN/ROSLI TALIB
The Universitas Andalas delegation visiting the #QuranTime studio at Karangkraf Group Complex, Shah Alam. SINAR HARIAN/ROSLI TALIB

Also present were Karangkraf Group Advisor Datuk Hussamuddin Yaacub, Karangkraf Group Chairman Firdaus Hussamuddin, Religious Affairs and Quran Publishing Manager Ahmad Yani Abd Manaf and Special Assignments Manager Hashim Anang.

Meanwhile, Communication Science Masters student, Yeni Maiesnita, stated that the visit was an annual agenda organised by their faculty, and Malaysia was chosen as the destination this time.

Yeni Maiesnita
Yeni Maiesnita

She added that she and her friends wanted to see how communication and mass media developed and evolved in countries other than Indonesia.

"So, we hope to gain new knowledge that can be applied at our campus.

"I am very happy to visit here, especially when given the opportunity to visit the studio, Quran printing factory and Karangkraf premises; it is an extraordinary experience," said Yeni.

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