CHILDRENS EVENING MADRESSA
Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) has said:
FAZLUL ILM EY AHABBUL ILA MIN FAZLIL IBADA;
(For me, the honour of Ilm is more favourite than the honour of Ibadat.)
By the Grace of Almighty Allah, the Hussaini Society is running an Evening Madressa for children at Mehfil-e-Murtaza for the last 30 years.
Mission Statement :
The Management of the Madressa aims to provide a facility that would allow the children living in the neighbourhood necessary basic Islamic education to enable children to know the minimum requirements of Islam with respect to the Usool e Deen and Furoo e deen, including Namaz, Roza, Ghusual, Taharat, Taqleed, Zakat, Khums, etc.
Parents Challenge :
In this modern age of competition, technology and communication, the parents of this age face a unique challenge of balancing and arranging necessary education to their children. It is important that whilst arranging the best possible school and other academic educations, the parents do not forget the fact that their prime responsibility is to prepare a generation which is fully aware of the teachings of Quran, Masoomeen (AS) and know our moral and fiqhi responsibilities, which could taken them closer to Almighty Allah and Masoomeen AS. Parents should have a vested interest in preparing their children in the way of Allah, Quran and Masoomeen so that they can get ‘Sawab e Jaria’ after their death. Can there by any other ultimate achievement for parents?
Hussaini Society’s Evening Madressa :
To share in the parents’ responsibilities to provide the necessary Islamic teachings to children, the Hussaini Society has arranged Islamic Madressa for young boys at Mehfil-e-Murtaza.
Madressa History :
The Evening Madressa was started by the Hussaini Society in 1973. Alhamdulillah, it has covered a lot of ground in imparting the religious knowledge to children of the locality during these years. These successes have mainly been because of the hard work put in by various qualified teachers and dedicated workers.
Organization and Course :
The main activities of the Madressa include:
- Extra activities, like Cricket, in-door games, outings, etc.
Dinyat classes are divided into two classes. The Junior class caters to the students studying up to class V in their schools. All other students attend to the Senior Class. The students in these classes are taught the level 3 and level 4 books of ‘Taleemat e Ahle Bait’ course. It is the same course that is being taught at the Soldier Bazar’s ‘Al-Hujjat’ Madressa, as well as in the Ghulaman-e-Abbas School.
Students are again divided into two classes on the basis of their understanding and past studies and knowledge of Quran reading studies. Two days are dedicated for Dinyat classes whereas three days are fixed for Quran Tazweed.
All classes start with the performance of Zohrain Namaz by students under the supervision of their respective teachers.
Extra activities are optional. Students can attend daily one hour indoor games activities from 4:30 to 5:30 pm. On Saturdays, students play cricket and / or go for outing, like swimming, picnic, etc. Some of the features and achievements of the Madressa could be summarized as under:
- Increasing number of Madressa attending children.
- Experienced and qualified teachers engaged from Al Hujjat and other successful Madressa.
- Gifts are given for full attendance.
- A Namaz chart is provided to students for monitoring by teachers and parents.
- Periodic examination and promotion system.
- Encouragement and rewards to students through models and gifts to top students.
Mehfil-e-Murtaza management takes keen interest in the functioning of the Madressa and has been fully supportive of its activities and initiatives.
Fees and Expenses :
The running cost of the Madressa is approx. Rs. 12,000/- per month, which is partly contributed through fees, donation from different members of the Mehfil whilst shortfalls made up from Mehfil funds.
Students are charged Rs.100/- per month and also pay for the course books.
Mehfil-e-Murtaza and Hussaini Society wish to extend its thanks to all the donors and request their continuous support and enhanced donations which could allow the management to continuously improve the quality of Madressa’s quality.
|HUSSAINI SOCIETY MADRESSA|
|JANNAT GHAR – 2014|
|RESULT OF PRELIMINARY TEST HELD ON SUNDAY 26 JANUARY 2014|
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