Structure

  • There are no entry or age requirements; no fees; no registration.
  • Quran and various Islamic texts (mutoon) are taught to students, from beginner to advanced levels.
  • There are daily, weekly and bi-monthly lectures or sessions.
  • Class structure:
    • Open classes, at appointed times, at a fixed venue, which anyone can attend.
    • Private classes – private lessons can be scheduled with a teacher.
  • Study locations:
    • Most of the sessions take place at the centre.
    • Some weekly sessions are conducted at seven locations in the village, in order to bring the lessons closer to the women of that particular area.
    • Private lessons can take place at the centre or at the homes of the teachers or students.
    • All exams are conducted at the centre.
  • Subjects taught:
    • Recitation of Quran in Warsh, Qaloon and Hafs
    • Memorisation of Quran
    • Tafsir of Quran
    • Fiqh
    • Usool al-Fiqh
    • Hadith
    • Seerah
    • Tajweed
    • Arabic Nahw (Grammar), Sarf (Morphology) and Balaaghah (Rhetoric)
    • Special classes structured for high school students studying towards their Baccalaureate (equivalent to the final year of high school).
    • Special classes structured for university students studying Islamic Studies by correspondence.
    • Bi-monthly Question and Answer session.
  • Teachers: There are six female teachers teaching various Islamic sciences, 10 female teachers teaching Quran, as well as four male teachers who also teach at the men’s mahdhara.
  • The biggest lecture has a group of 100 students, while average classes include about 20 students.
  • There is also a kindergarten located at the Madrassah with a total of 25 students.
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