Alimiyyah Course 2012 Enrollment has started!
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Alimiyyah Course Details:
The full Alimiyyah course will be seven years long. The first 3 years are known as ABC (Alimiyyah Basic Course), the second 3 years are known as AAC (Alimiyyah Advanced Course) and the final year is known as At-Takmil.
This course is for males aged 14 and over. Students should be able to read, write, speak and understand English moderately. Knowledge of Urdu language is not a pre-requisite.
Students should have read the Quran or are able to recite the Quran correctly and confidently. They should have also studied a simple fiqh book such as Taleem al-Haq or Taleem al-Islam and have been exposed to some Arabic language and grammar.
ABC Year 1 is taught in 2 Semesters. Teachers will go through fixed textbooks with students. They will teach and elaborate in English and not in Urdu. The students will be required to sit through both the semesters. Students will study the fundamentals of Islamic law. This includes the law of Purity and laws pertaining to the five pillars of Islam. They will also be introduced to Arabic language in both the practical and theoretical side. There will be a focus on simple Prophetic Hadith and the life of the Prophet. In addition to this the rules of reciting the Quran properly (tajweed) will be taught. And finally students will be given a taste of the basic creed of Islam. In addition to this students will be required to commit the last quarter of the 30th juz of the Quran to memory along with selected Hadiths.
At the end of the course students will be able to read Arabic, construct simple sentences and speak basic modern standard Arabic as well as get a basic grasp of its theory and grammar. They will be informed about essential Islamic law, Hadith and the life of the Prophet. They will understand the fundamentals of the Islamic belief and will able to recite the Quran properly in an adequate manner. They will also be able to recite from memory the last quarter of the 30th juz of the Quran as well as selected Hadiths.
Assessments and Examinations:
At the end of each of the first three terms students will have to sit an examination covering the topics they have studied in that term. At the end of the year there will be a final examination. In addition to written examination students will be orally tested. Further to the examinations, both oral and written, students may be required to submit one piece of research (1500 words) on a chosen topic set by the tutor.
Late Submission and Examination Policy:
The set assignment should be handed in by the deadline date. Late submissions will immediately lose 20% of the marks and thereafter a further 5% will be lost for every day not submitted. If the assignment is not submitted before the day the end of year examinations commence the student will not be allowed to sit the examinations. The Compass Learning Centre (CLC) has a strict examination policy as we only aspire for academic excellence. Students failing any modules will have to re-sit the exam again after Ramadhan. Students who fail more than 3 modules first time or any one of the modules the second time will not be given a third chance. The student will have to repeat the year again.