Posted on : March 21, 2018, 10:24 am
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The Fahaheel branch of The English Madrasa for Islamic Studies conducted its first PTA gathering at Al Najath School Auditorium, Mangaf. A crowd of 300 including parents and students attended the function which began with the recitation from the Holy Quran by Izza studying in Class 3. The function was chaired by the Principal Sameer Mohammed and inaugurated by KIG East Meghala President Rafeeq Babu.
Syllabus Orientation on various subject taught in the madrasa was presented by the concerned department heads. Ashraf presented the orientation on Arabic language, Quran, Qaeda and Tajweed. Najiya Mahnas presented the orientation on Dua which is being taught in all classes followed by Rehana who introduced Islamic studies and Islamic History, its importance and implications.
The key note address was delivered by the Principal Sameer Mohammed who emphasized the importance of parents being role models. A son tends to imitate his father while a daughter her mother. The absurd behavior found in children is due to the wrong parenting influence in early childhood and are not a result of accident. If we want the best in our children, we should be the best to them. We cannot teach values in our children without we possessing it in the first place.
In the key note address the Principal also highlighted the overall performance of students in the Half Yearly Examinations. More than 65% of students who appeared for the Half Yearly Exam scored above 80% marks while only 8% of students scored below 50% marks; a commendable performance by the students.
The investiture ceremony was led by the head of Students Council Baleegh Mohammed who recited the oath to the newly elected Students Council Members (S-Con). KIG East Meghala Education Convener Safwan and Senior Madrasa Staff Mariam Moidu presented the badges to the Council Members that consisted of Head Boy – Mohammed Arif, Head Girl – Izza Haqqany, Assistant Head Boy – Arashuddeen, Assistant Head Girl – Lotifa, Prefects – Fathan Rasikh, Mita Tian, Nik Mohammed, Myshee, Tahseen and Damiya.
Various arts programs such as Arabic speech, welcome song, skits, debates, nasheeds and poetry were presented by students of the Madrasa.
Mementos to students who scored A+ in overall subjects was presented by East Meghala Vice President Moidu K, Meghala Secretary Mohammed Sajid AC, KIG Abu Haleefa Area President Niyas Islahi, KIG Fahaheel Area President NC Basheer, Fahaheel AMI Madrasa Principal Najeeb MK, Salmiya AMI Principal Abdul Jaleel, Madrasa Vice Principal Nawas and Madrasa Administrator Anwar Shaji.
The function began with the welcome address by the madrasa staff Zasheena Fahimudheen and the vote of thanks was delivered by Ustad Yamani. The program was anchored by Ustad Bin Yamin.
The English Madrasa for Islamic Studies that initially started in 2011 has 3 branches namely Khaitan, Salmiya and Fahaheel. The Madrasa is run by the Education Board of Kerala Islamic Group and aims to provide Islamic education to non-Arab speaking students from around the globe. Currently the English Madrasa has students from various nationalities including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines,
The board also manages 4 madrasas under the name Al Madrasathul Islamiya and is affiliated to Majlis Al Tha’leem – Kerala and caters to the Islamic education of students from the state of Kerala. A total of around 1,500 students are currently being served by the KIG Education Board.
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