Departments, Courses & Facilities at Jamia



 (1) A student seeking admission shall apply in a prescribed form obtained from the office of the principal.
(2) The candidate shall submit the admission form in the office, duly filled in.
(3) The office shall scrutinize the form to ascertain the eligibility of the candidate for admission.
(4) Only such student shall be eligible for admission to a class who clears a proficiency test based on the syllabus of the previous standard.
(5) The same procedure shall be followed in the case of re admission of a student whose name was struck off, for one reason or the other.
(6) The minimum age-limit for admission to Ibtedaia Ula (Std I) is six years.
(7) The academic term of Jamia begins from Shawwal and ends in Shaaban.


 (1) The duration of teaching will span five-and-a-half clock hours, divided into eight periods of 45 minutes each.
(2)Every student will have to attend every period, on every working day.
(3) The name of the student, who remains absent without seeking due permission for a period of 10 days continuously, will be struck off the rolls.
(4) A student who intends to avail himself of leave of absence on grounds of sickness or any other genuine reason will have to make an application to the director certified by the warden, in the case of a boarder, or by his guardian.
 (5) A student who remains absent habitually or misbehaves or disobeys the orders and does not correct himself in spite of being warned time and again will be dismissed from the hostel or the Jamia or from both.
 (6) Every student will have to have his own text books and exercise books.


(1) During every academic year, the Jamia will conduct two examinations: half yearly and annual. It is incumbent upon every student to take these examinations.
(2) Students, whose average attendance is below 75 per will not be allowed to take annual examination.
(3) 40 per cent is the minimum mark for passing.
(4) Students contravening the rules and regulations of the examination shall be liable for punishment.
(5) A student, who fails to pass the annual examination, will be deprived of the facilities available at the Jamia for the next academic year.


To improve the standard and the receptivity of the students, the Jamia has established the Board of Studies which chooses its five members out of the teaching staff. Three of them are appointed as inspectors for the various academic grades.
The Board of Studies endeavors to create a scholarly environment to create interest and urge among the students for learning. to awaken in them their dormant talents; to take the stock of their academic and ethical progress; to make necessary changes in the syllabus in accordance with the need of the hour, and to cover the syllabus within the stipulated time-frame.


The hostel of the Jamia functions under the supervision of the warden who not only makes appropriate and adequate arrangements for the accommodation and catering of the boarders but also keeps vigilance on their activities.


The library, at present, is rich with an enormous collection of precious books on exegesis (tafseer), hadith, figh Islamic jurisprudence), Arabic Literature, dictionaries, fatawa, Grammar, History, Medicine and different books related to Arts, Science and Social Sciences in Arabic, Persian, Urdu and English. Moreover, the collection is continuously repleting day-by-day. The library functions under the auspices of a librarian who looks after its requirements in accordance with the need of the teachers and the taught alike.


This department makes elaborate arrangements, through the teachers and the students of senior classes, to teach and preach the doctrines of Islam in the mosques especially to the Friday congregations,


Under this important faculty Mufti (Legal experts) give Islamic legal opinion or judgment (Fatwa) regarding daily problems faced by Muslim society. These fatwas are given in the light of Quran and sunnah.


This office brings the salient features of Jamia to the notice of the people, propagates its aims and objective endeavouring to execute plans, raises funds, and appoints delegates and representatives. All these activities are carried out be this department.


The guest house functions under the supervision of a Superintendent who takes care of, and attends on, the distinguished visitors who pay visit to the Jamia taking keen interest in its development and execution of various projects.


The kitchen also functions under the supervision of the catering superintendent who makes the necessary arrangement to serve meals to the boarders in the dining hall or at their rooms if they are ill and need special attention.


With a view to looking after the health of the students and to dispense with immediate medical aid to the sick, a dispensary is being run. It works under the care and supervision of well-qualified physicians.


This institution, working under the auspices and direct supervision of the Jamia, imparts education to the girls from preliminary classes to Aalimiyat. The duration of Aalimiyat course (after secondary grade) is five years. The prescribed sylla bus includes tafseer (exegesis), hadith (tradition), fiqah (Islamic jurisprudence), Arabic Literature, History, Geography, Biographies and other branches of Humanities. Moreover, the girls also learn such trades as tailoring and embroidery. Services of qualified lady teachers have been availed of to impart teaching to the girls.


This department has been established to keep tabs on the performance of the various branches of the Jamia. The inspectors of this department pay regular visits to the schools of their beat, take the stock of their performance, suggest how to overcome the snags and offer necessary guidance to improve upon.


Jamia Islamia Kashiful Uloom holds annual training camps every year for the teachers and students who have graduated from here, the Imams, the Qurra and the Preachers to train them how to teach their respective subjects and impart requisite knowledge to the taught.

Hifz and Deeniyat for School Students:

The director of Jamia since long times desired to impart religious education to the student of contemporary schools and colleges so that they may be educated in both the system of education which is compulsory and mandatory of every Muslim student. With this end in view the Jamia started a crash course for school and college students at Jamia in which 585 students are being imparted under the supervision of expert and senior teachers. Now the people are insisting that those courses and classes should be extended to every locality of city Aurangabad, so that every school and the college-going student may avail himself of this benefit.