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Title: Academic and administrative structure of Quran madaras in Sri Lanka
Other Titles: نظام المدارس القرآنية بسريلانكا أكاديميا وإداريا
Authors: Munas, M.H.A
Habeebullah, M.T
Keywords: Al-kathaatheep
Issue Date: 2-Aug-2014
Publisher: South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, University Park, Oluvil #32360, Sri Lanka
Citation: Proceedings of 4th International Symposium 2015 on " Emerging Trends and Challenges on Sustainable Development”, p. 82
Abstract: The Muslims in all over the world used to send their children to the Quran Madarasa as it is the first school for them to learn how to recite Holy Quran and Islamic fundamental concept and moral values. This customs is also applicable in Sri Lanka Muslim community. Their parents also start their educational works from the learning the Holy Quran. The secrete of the Holy systems is to looking after their kids in Islamic environmental by feeding the basic Islamic knowledge from holy Quran. Unfortunately, the current situation of Quran Madarasa is limited with training their children on pronounce Arabic levies as well as reciting Holy Quran without any attempts to understand its meanings and learning Arabic. Now over 200 years passed from establishment of Quranic Madarasa , but it is not developed academically and administratively according to the new trends. This big challenge to the Muslim community. Since there is no any change even students‘ admissions or appointments of teachers and curriculums. So this research basically deals with their problems how to overcome these issues .The researchers used qualitative descriptive research methodology. The primary data was collected through questionnaires, interview and observation and secondary data from books and magazines and websites.
ISBN: 978-955-627-053-2
Appears in Collections:4th International Symposium - 2014

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