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Code of Conduct

UNIFORM:

Dress and Appearance -
Students should at all times, both in and out of madrasah conduct themselves in a decent, orderly and exemplary manner.

Students must conform to the madrasah uniform which is a topi and long sleeved kurta. All attire must be in accordance with Shariah ie Kurtas and trousers above the ankle at all times.

Hair -
Hair should be of equal length and may not overlap the eyebrows, ears or collar.

Bleach, dye or highlights are not permitted

Body hygiene -
Oral and bodily hygiene is of utmost importance

Nails must be clipped short and kept clean

CLASSROOM CONDUCT:

Disruption of the classroom routine will not be tolerated. It is compulsory for students to respect the ustaads and fellow students of the institute. Bullying, disruptive and rude behavior and intimidation will be dealt with immediately.

Mobile devices are not permitted during class time.

No weapons of any sort will be allowed in madrasah.

PUNCTUALITY:

Absenteeism for minor illness is not encouraged. A doctor’s note or parental letter must be produced upon return from absence.

Medical appointments and tuition must be scheduled out of madrasah hours as far as possible.

Unauthorized absence from madrasah without a valid reason constitutes a misdemeanor.
NOTE: FOR EACH DAY MISSED WITHOUT PERMISSION, A PENALTY OF 3 DAYS OF NO SABAQ (PER DAY MISSED) WILL BE ISSUED TO DEFAULTING STUDENTS.
Madrasah holiday dates are given out well in advance. Should anyone take the liberty of leaving before or returning after the stipulated holiday dates the above penalty will apply.
Guidelines for Hifz Students
SABAQ -
The best time to learn new sabaq is when the mind is relaxed- generally at fajr and after maghrib.

The most effective method to learn sabaq is to read the entire sabaq looking inside to someone who is well acquainted with that portion. Thereafter he should recite the sabaq on his own looking inside at least 8-10times. This will assist in familiarizing himself with the words and pattern of the sabaq.

Memorize ayah by ayah- each ayah should be recited 8-10 times before attempting to recite from memory. Do not proceed to the next ayah if the previous one hasn’t been memorized thoroughly.

If it is a long ayah, break it up into smaller portions.

Students should identify the methods that best suit them.

Listening to a recording is extremely beneficial, it provides assistance in pronunciation of words as well as speed and tone of voice.

Part time students should aim for an average of one page per day and full time students a minimum of two pages. However, quality is of utmost importance.

Sabaq must be thoroughly learned and prepared by the student before leaving home for madrasah.

DHOR:
Dhor should be revised 4-5 times at home, recited slowly, looking inside to identify mistakes.

Marked mistakes must be read over three times.

A weak ¼ should be divided into two to facilitate easier learning.

Revise audibly to maintain clarity and fluency.
Madrasah Times
CLASS MON - THURS FRI SAT
Pre Hifz   15:30 - 17:00   14:30 - 16:00    
Part Time   04:30 - 06:15
15:30 - 17:30  
04:30 - 06:15
14:30 - 16:30  
04:30 - 06:30  
Full Time   04:30 - 06:15
08:45 - 13:00
15:15 - 17:30  
04:30 - 06:15
08:30 - 11:30
14:30 - 16:30  
04:30 - 06:30  
*Saturday classes will be for selected students only!




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