Dars Nizami Baneen (For Boys)

Dars Nizami Baneen

Dars-e-Nizami Baneen is an excellent repository of religious studies in which the lessons of Tafsir, Hadith, Fiqh and Arabic literature are taught. Fazala, who completes the Drs-e-Nizami, is equivalent to an MA. Dars-e-Nizami and Drasat E Deeniya are being taught according to the syllabus of the Federation of Al-Madaris Al-Arabiya Pakistan and the examinations are also organized by the Federation.

The eight-year curriculum of Arabic and religious studies, which is called “Dars Nizami“, is in the form of four stages consisting of two years each, Amiya, Khasa, Aliya and Alamiya. Every other year the federal exam is conducted.

  1. Amiya (Secondary Stage) 2 years
  2. Khasa (Intermediate Stage) 2 years
  3. Aliya (Graduation Stage) 2 years
  4. Alamiya (Post Graduation Stage) 2 years

Admission Requirements:

  1. The admission procedure in the “Dars Nizami” department starts in the second week of Shawwal after the Eid al-Fitr holidays, so those who want admission should apply for the admission procedure in the second week. (The final date of admission is announced in Ramadan.)
  2. If a student wants to get admission in primary level/First Grade then he/she must have at least matric qualification.
  3.  For admission to any level(darjah), all the “standard books” of the previous level are examined. For example, for admission to the second level(darjah saniya), the standard books of the first level(darjah Uula) will be examined.
  4. The number of students for each grade is fixed, admissions are made accordingly, if there is no capacity in any grade or it is limited, then it is announced in advance, but in the case of students with very distinguished ability. Can be considered.

                                                                   Academic period and holidays:

The academic period in Jamia Ashrafia Lahore is from 16 Shawwal to 15 Shaban, during the year the seven-day holiday is only on Friday, during the rest of the days, the work of education continues continuously and six hours of lessons per day are necessary for every student. , four hours in the morning and two hours after Zuhr prayer, annual holidays are generally from 10th Shaban to 7th Shawwal, while there is also a 9-day holiday on the occasion of Eid al-Adha.


   Three examinations are conducted during the academic year: usually the quarterly examination is held in the first week of the month of       Safar, the half-yearly examination is held in the first week of Jumadi-ul-Awla and the annual examination is held in the first decade of           Sha’ban. 

                                                                            Study and revision:

Two assignments related to each course are compulsory for students. A study of the book for the next day’s lesson, so that the student’s mind is prepared for the lesson and he can understand the lesson in front of the teacher with insight and attention.
The second task is to repeat the lesson learned. “Repetition” is a term for madrasahs, the students usually sit in small circles at night after reading the lesson from the teacher. One of these students repeats the lesson learned according to the method taught by the teacher. This method is a prominent feature of the teaching system, through which not only the learned lesson is fixed in the mind of every student, but at the same time he also gets practical training in teaching and expressing apologetic conscience. Repetition is mandatory for almost every class of students.


There is no tuition fee for Darus-i-Nizami students in Jamia Darul Uloom Karachi, and accommodation, food, first aid and to some extent medical facilities are provided free of charge by the Jamia. If a student can afford it, he can get accommodation by paying rent and buying food.

From: Administration Madrasa Al- Jamia Ashrafia Lahore.