Seminary Teaches Sience And IT Subjects

70 percent of the seminary teaching and examination conduction paperless – Suleman Khan

LANDIKOTAL: Al-Jamiatul Islamia Farooqia Madrassa and Schools system in Shahkas arranged an annual enrollment day event which was attended by hundreds of students eager for admission on Wednesday. 

Besides the parents of students and civil society members a large number of local elders,officials including Income tax commissioner Saeed Khan, Account General PDA, Nadeem Khan,president Al-Baraka bank Atif Mehmood,Legal consultant PDA Bakhtyar Ahmed and member National Highway Authority(NHA) Amjad Ali also attended the event and observed the admission process. 

Al-Jamiatul Islamia Farooqia Madrassa and schools system  Board of Governors head and Peshawar Develoent Authority(PDA) Director General captain(R) Khalid Mehmood was chief guest on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion PDA Director General Khalid Mehmood said the Al-Farooqia seminary was the unmatched combination of religious and modern sciences which play an important role in the society. He said the seminary was playing a vital role in peace and brotherhood in the country

Khalid Mehmood said it was the time to shun sectarianism and taught peace in the country. 

The official said Jamia Al-Farooqia not only produces religious scholars but doctors,engineers and information technology experts also emerged from the institution. He added that they want the madrassa and schools to be a role model for the rest of the seminaries in Pakistan wherefrom they graduate manpower with both spiritual and modern sciences expertise. 

Information Technology(IT) Incharge at the seminary  Suleman Khan said they through online portal had received 732 admission applications this yesr. He said they rejected dozens of applications who did not fulfilled the requirements. He said they allow admission through a very fair process allow to students at the seminary and school.  

Suleman Khan said around 70 percent of the seminary teaching and examination conduction was paperless. He said a modern computer lab had been established where students search their topics and attend online classes from Jamia Madina in Saudi Arab.

Suleman said they have 250 students in the school who were enrolled completely from deserving families. He said upto grade 6 they provide free schooling, books, uniform and stipend to the enrolled students. He said their students were either orphans or child labourers who could afford to schooling fees. 

The officials also observed the admission process and showed their satisfaction. 

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