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The time table is very full, structured and closely monitored and supervised. It allows the student the opportunity of working with purpose and direction, enabling them to achieve success and high performance in examinations. Individual subject teachers carefully monitor student progress through regular tests and assignments. Teachers coordinate monthly meetings to discuss relevant issues related to academic progress and achievement, and students lacking sufficient progress are given individual attention as when as necessary. If the need arises parents are also invited to come and discuss specific issues with regard of their child.
An Ahsani girl’s typical day goes somewhat like this:
The hostel warden wakes up the students at Tahajjud while a Muallima announces the Sunnahs of morning and the various morning Duas over the school microphone and loudspeaker system. Thus, the students wake up in the Sunnah way reciting the wake up Duas.
After this the students are free to sleep again until Fajr or do their personal revisions/homework or other personal work.
At Fajr the students perform Salat (perform their prayers). Until Ishraaq they students are busy in praying and spend their time in Wazeefah, Tazbeehath, Tilawat-e-Quran.
The students then divide up into different Halqas which are led by senior girls known as Prefects or Captains. Here the students learn Masnoon Duas, various Faraiz & Sunnah.
Following this the students then get ready, dressed and prepared for the day ahead and proceed to the dinning hall for breakfast. Here the teachers welcome the students and they are seated and together they recite the Duas of meals after the teacher who recite the Duas and announce and educate the students of the various Sunnah related to meals, sitting posture etc over the dinning hall microphone system.
The students then proceed for the Assembly where the school Principal gives special Hidayat and guidance each day. The students then read various Naths, Duas and Hadeeth each day and practice their public speaking skills in front of the entire Jamia crowd.
Then the classes start with an interval in between and various practical classes such as poly technique, computers, cooking, home science, Islamic practical, etc.
This is followed up lunch where the same routine as breakfast is continued. Following lunch students are a given time to pray Zohar and are given a nap break. After the break the students go for Quran classes which last until Asar. After praying Asar the students have time until Maghrib for physical activities and various sports and games etc.
After praying Maghrib the students again have classes until Isha. After praying Isha the students proceed for dinner and the same routine as the earlier meals is followed.
After dinner the students are allocated personal time where they self study and revise all subjects and prepare for the next day. During this period, students are encouraged to study in groups which allows an exchange of ideas between students and for those who appreciate a competitive atmosphere; this is an opportunity to express their own understanding of the subject. The students are even permitted to go for a stroll and take a walk of the Jamia’s campus.
At about 10 P.M. every night a Muallima announces the various night Sunnah and the sleeping Dua and the hostel wardens sends all children to bed and it is light out time.