Our institute of Arabic & Islamic Studies started as a modest one-teacher Madrasah in 2001. The Madrasah was catering to children only, until 2007 when more teachers were recruited and the adults section opened.
As part of its continuous development, the institute was standardized in 2012 when the curricula of notable Madaris and universities offering Islamic and Arabic Studies were adopted. Now, the institute can boast of experienced and well-qualified teachers, some of whom are already pursuing doctoral degrees.
We run a daily Hifz-ul-Qur’an (Qur’an memorization) programme for both children and adults. Our weekend classes for adults and children are held separately between 9.00am and 1.00pm every Saturday and Sunday.
Lessons include recitation and memorization of Qur’an, Tajweed, Arabic language, Fiqh, Hadith, general Islamic Sciences, and studies in prayers and adhkaar. In recognition of the peculiarities and diversity of participants, the Arabic/Islamic studies programme has been divided into the following categories: