Muhammad Hamza, a 21-year-old student of Jamia Faridia, one of the largest seminaries in Islamabad, doesn’t think his degree in religious sciences will give him money in life. He belongs to Rawalakot, a major town in Pakistani-administered Kashmir, and joined Jamia Faridia four years ago. Four more years and he will complete his studies at the seminary. Four more years will make him eligible to apply for a job as an Imam (prayer leader) in government-run mosques anywhere in the country,