Names Of Teachers

Names Of Teachers of Jamea

1)   Alima Razia Haji Ahmed (Head Mistress)
2) Alima   Tahera Shamsuddoha Assistant Head Mist. & Muftia)
3)   Alma Tahera Hafiz Souban,
4)   Alima Saeeda Abdush Shakoor.
5)   Alima Rasheeda Ahmed,
6)   Alima Fatma Mohd. Ghufran.
‘7)   Alima Fareeda Shabbeer Ahmed.
8)   Alima Shareefa Mukhtar Ahmed.
9)   Alirna Qamrunnisa Mohd. Umar.
10)   Alima Aamera Jamal Ahmed,
11) Alima   Sabiha Akhter Molvi Mohd. Llyas,
12)   Alima Amena Usman Ghani,
13)   Alima Shamsunnisa Haji Bhikan,
14)   Alima Shareefa Nisar Ahmed.
15)   Alima Majeda Molvi Mohd. Ayyub.
16)   Alima Amena Usman Ghani Yusuf,
17)   Alima Aneesa Mohd. Suleman.
18)   Alima Shahina Abdul Latif,
19)   Alirna Parveen Abdul Sattar,
20)   Alima Sadequa Azizul Haque,
21)   Alima Akhtarunnisa Azizur Rehman,’
22)   Alima Qamrunnisa Mehmoodul Haque,
23)   Alima Akhteri Mohd. Ilyas,
24)   Alima Rasheeda Khursheed Ahmed,
25)   Alima Farida Shaheen Khaleel Ahmed.
26)   Alima Qamar Jahan Nurul Hasan,
27)   Alima Atya Shameem Mukhtar Ahmed,
28)   Alima Aabeda Mohd. Haneef.
29)   Alima Effat Jahan Abdul Shakoor,
30)   Alima Bushra Molvi Abdul Khalique,
31) Alima Amena Mohd. Israeel,
32) Alima Sabiha Abdul Ahad Azharee,
33) Alima Rasheda Mohd. Ibraheem,
34) Alima Zulekha Hafiz Souban
35) Alima Badrunnisa Abdul Ghafoor,
36) Alima Bilquis Mohd. Hasan,
37) Alima Jameela Hafiz Hafizullah,
38) Alima Bushra Tabassum Molvi Jameel   Ahmed Qasmi,
39) Alima Abeda Molvi Mohd Idrees,
40) Alima Munira Mohd. Yunus,
41) Alima Tayyeba Mohd. Israeel, ,
42) Alima Erfana Abdul Razzaque
43) Alima Sadeqa Nazeer Ahmed,
 44)   Alima Aasefa Abdul Ghafoor,
45) Alima Rukhsana Nihal Ahmed,
46) Alima Waheda Mohd. -Osman,
 47)   Alima Salma Mohd. Iqbal,
48) Alima Sabiha Mohd.Ameen.
 49)Alima Shahejahan Abdul Kareem,
50) Alima Rafia Aquil Rehmani,
 51)   Alima Atya Khursheed Ahmed,
 52)   Alima Naheed Masihullah,
53 ) Alima Najmunnisa Shamsuddoha,
54) Alima Fatema Abdul Lateef
 55)   Alima Rehana Noor Mohammad
56) Alima Nadish Abu Baker Shaikh,

Visitors to Jamea

 This is what the Visitors had to say about our Madrasah

The important personalities India and foreign countries who are interested in reading and learning Islamic civilization and culture have visited and inspected the routinal work.
jsm visits (9)
jsm visits (2)
jsm visits (5)

Annual Budget



FOR HOSTEL: there is a plan before the – 711.SICeS. The management wants to purchase a piece of lane and to construct building and shops to make it avoid financial crisis and derangement. We therefore, appeal that this unique institution which is working mainly for the cause of female education should be financially and materially helped.

Duration of education: 5 years: ( 4 years for X’s students )

Academic year: From June to May Duration of Admission: Month of June Holidays

(1) Month of May 21 From 20 Ramzaan ul Mubarak to 5 Shawwal ul mukarram

(3) From 7 Zul Hijja to 13 Zul Hijja Minimum qualifications: Std VI! (Urdu) and Test for admission of Jameatus Swalehat. (Foreign students are exempted froth above condition.)

EXAMINATION: (1) Three monthly (2) Six monthly Admission Fees: Nil Tuition Fees: Nil

Budget   of 2011Accommodation Fees: Nil Mess Fees Monthly; (1) Rs. 160 — (2) Rs. 200/—                        

It is a fact that due to the collective and domestic essentialities a female student cannot devote more years towards education. It is therefore, felt the duration of education be curtailed to such a limit that nothing is left from the necessary and basic matter that is to be taught to a female  student from lawful and religious education and Uloome-Shariyat.

A Distinctive Position Of The Jamea



Due to a long and continuous struggle in February 1983 the Government of Maharashtra has accepted the certificates of the Jamea, awarded to the girl who is admitted after matriculation, equivalent to B A. It was not an easy task. But the members of the Jamea and specially the late Moulana Mohd. Usman Saheb took a very deep interest in the completion of this work.

The strength of the students has considerably increased. The teaching staff consists of only ladies, There are 56 lady teachers excluding peons. Their salary and the other related expenses are managed out of the donation paid monthly and annually by respectable persons of the city and outskirts of the city. The Annual budget for the year 1987-88 Is Rs. Six Laakh Fifty thousand.

We wish to have self standing and all round development of the Jamea. We wish to equip it fully with the latest education, literacy and religious matters and materials. To achieve our goal it is our desire that the Jamea should have a permanent solid income. To make it self sufficient

Poems And Poetry

Jamea Ki Sh’ar Sha’ery  Poems And Poetry  Of Jamea

Ae jamea tere daro diwar ki qasam,

ho lakh duriyan na bhulainge tujhko hum.


Nahin likte

nahin likte

yaqeenan hum nahin likte

 jub likne bhait jaate

 kisse se kum nahin likte


Log bimari ki khauf se

khana to chor dete hen

magar allah ke khauf se

gunah karna nahi chorte.


Koi gunah lazzat k lye mat karna

q k lazat khatam ho jae gi

gunah baqi rah jae ga ,

or koi neki taklif ki waja se mat chorna

 q k taklif khatam ho jae gi

neki baqi rah jae ge!


Hazaro gham he lekin

na aya ankh me ansoo

hum ahle zarf he peelete hain

jhalkaya nahi karte.

♦♦♦ Beautiful woman, Who wanted to get married ♦♦♦

♦♦♦ Beautiful woman, Who wanted to get married ♦♦♦

There was this beautiful woman, who wanted to get married, but she wanted a very pious husband, so she said that she’ll marry the man who recites the whole Quran every single day, fasts for the whole year and stays awake and worships Allah all throughout the night.

She was a very beautiful woman, and a lot of suitors wanted to marry her, but the…y knew they couldn’t fulfil the conditions she set. Until this one man stepped forward and said he could fulfil them. So the Imam got both of them married.

After the first night of the marriage, the wife sees that the husband doesn’t recite the whole of the Quran, nor does he fast, nor does he stay awake in the worship of Allah, she decided to let it roll on for a few weeks to see if there were any changes, there weren’t, so she filed a complaint and asked for a divorce.

They are both taken in front of the judge, and the judge asked, ‘What were the conditions of the marriage?’ the man replied ‘They were for me to recite the whole Quran daily, keep fast for the whole year and to worship Allah all throughout the night.’

The Judge asked, ‘ did you fulfil them? The man calmly answered, ‘…yes.’

The judge answers, ‘you lie, your wife has said that you don’t, that’s why she’s asking for a divorce’.

But the man insisted that he had fulfilled the conditions, so the judge asked, ‘did you recite the full Quran everyday?’ The man answered yes. The Judge, baffled asked, ‘how? How can you do that?’

The man coolly answered, ‘I recite Surah Ikhlas three times a day and according to Prophet Muhammad (saw), reciting Surah Ikhlas three times is equivalent to reciting the whole Quran.’

The Judge was intrigued, so he asked, ‘how did you fast the whole year?’

The man answered, ‘ I fasted for the whole month of Ramadan, then kept another six fasts in the month of Shawwal, according to Prophet Muhammad (saw), keeping all of the fast of Ramadan then keeping six fasts in the month of Shawwal, is as if you have fasted for the whole year.’

The Judge remained silent, he couldn’t give a reply saying the man was wrong, so finally he asked, ‘ how did you stay awake all night and worship Allah, when your wife saw you sleeping?’ The Judge thought the man wouldn’t be able to answer this one,

But the man, cool as a cucumber answered, ‘I prayed Salatul Isha with jamaat, then the next day prayed Salatul Fajr with jamaat, according to Prophet Muhammad (saw), the one who prays Salatul Isha and Salatul Fajr with jamaat, it is as if he had stayed up all night worshipping Allah.’

The Judge sat there looking at the man; the final verdict was about to be released…

He said to the man and his wife, ‘…go, just go, there is nothing wrong with this marriage’…



Who is A Complete Believer?


by Abu Luqman

 The commentary given on this Hadith by numerous   classical scholars like Imam Suyooti, Imam lbn-Hibbaan, Allamah Kirmani and   others who have scrutinized the Quraan and Sunnah, found much more than 70   branches of lmaan. Allamah lbn-Hajar Al- Asqalani has also enumerated the   same in his famous commentary of Bukhari, Fathul-Baari.

The following are the branches of !man:

1) Imaan in: Allah

2) His angels

3) His books

4) His messengers

5) Belief in predestination.

6) The last day.

7) Resurrection after death.

81 To love Allah.

9) To love someone for the sake of Allah and to hate   someone for the sake of Allah.

10) To love Nabi (SAW).

11) To respect and honour Nabi (SAW).

12) To send Durood upon Nabi (SAW).

13) To follow the Sun

nah of Nabi (SAW).

14) To have sincerity.

15) To abstain from Riya (showing off).

16) To abstain from hypocrisy.

17) To make Toubah.

8) To fear Allah.

19) To have hope in the mercy of Allah.

20) To be grateful to the favours of Allah.

21) To fulfill ones promise.

22) To adopt Sabr (patience).

23) To be content with the decree of Allah.

24) To be modest.

25) To have Tawakkul (trust) in Allah.

26) To be merciful.

27) To have humility.

28) To respect the elderly.

29) To have mercy on the young.

30) To abstain from pride.

31) To shun self conceit.

32) To desist from jealousy.

33) To refrain from hatred.

34) To suppress one’s anger.

35) To verbalize the unity of Allah.

36) To recite the Quraan.

37) To learn and teach the knowledge of Deen.

38) To make dua. 39) To make the Dhi kr of Allah.

40) To seek forgiveness from Allah.

41) To abstain from vain talk.

42) To purify oneself physically and spiritually.

43) Abstaining from all kinds of impurities.

44) Concealing one’s Awrah (private parts).

45) Performing the compulsory and voluntary salaats.

46) Discharging the Zakaat and Sadaqah.

47) To free slaves. 48) To be generous.

49) Feeding the poor. 50) To be a good host.

51) To keep compulsory and voluntary fasts.

52) To remain in l’tikaaf.

53) To seek the Night of Laylatul-Qadr.

54) To perform Haj and Umrah.

55) To make Tawaaf and Sa’ee.

56) To make haste (to fulfil aspects of Deen).

57) To make the Hijrah (migration).

58) To fulfill one’s vows. 59) To examine one’s Imaan.

60) To fulfill one’s Kaffaarah (atonements).

61) To seek chastity through nikah.

62) To fulfill the rights of one’s family.

63) To be obedient to one’s parents.

64) To give a good upbringing to one’s children.

65) Joining ties with one’s family.

66) Obedience to one’s lead-ers.

67) To be kind to one’s slaves.

68) To establish leadership with justice.

69)To follow the Jama’ah (general body of Muslims).

70) To be obedient to those in authority.

71) To reconcile between people.

72) To fight the Khawaarij (people who dissented with   the general body of Muslims).

73) To fight the rebels (those who have rebelled   against the legitimate Muslim state).

74) To assist each other in righteousness.

75) To command with the good and forbid from evil.

76) To establish the Hudood (laws of Allah).

77) To establish Jihaad (fighting the enemies of Allah   on all battlefronts)

78) To establish a garrison (for the army).

79) To discharge all trusts.

80) To discharge the Khumus (one fifth of war booty   given in Allah’s cause).

81) To grant loans to people (without interest).

82) To fulfill one’s debts.

83) To honour the neighbour.

84) To have good dealings with people.

85) To obtain wealth from Halaal means.

86) To spend the wealth, in its rightful place.

87) To abstain from wastage.

88) To reply to the salaam.

89) To reply to the one who sneezes.

90) To abstain from causing harm to people.

91) To abstain from entertainment.

92) to remove harmful objects from the road.

Many muslims have grown up thinking that Imaan is only   confined to the seven articles of faith and everything else besides them   holds no real importance in the life of a true believer.

 It is therefore   important that one should ponder and reflect over these branches, which arise   from the many branches of Imaan and examine oneself.

If these qualities are   found within us then we should be extremely grateful to Almighty Allah, and   if not, then we should try to adopt these branches of Imaan in ones life.

   Only then will the person be considered a complete and perfect believer   in the sight of Allah Subhanahu Wa’ta’aala.

May Allah Ta’ala instill within   us all these noble qualities of Imaan, and may He not make us selective in   this one and only quintessential attribute of deen. Aameen!