The syllabus at the Institute focuses on providing a comprehensive and precise understanding of Islam through the help and reference of classical Islamic texts. The syllabus emphasizes not only for academic excellence but also aims to remind students about their spiritual character and morality. The course content has been developed by a competent and learned panel of scholars who are experts in various fields of Islamic sciences.

The Institute hopes this syllabus will help those who follow it to practice, revive and disseminate the teachings of Islam in a profound and fruitful manner to the whole of humanity.

Syllabus Overview

  • Aqeedah
  • Tafseer & it’s sciences
  • Tajweed and Memorizing selected Surahs
  • Hadith & it’s Sciences
  • Fiqh & it’s Sciences
  • Arabic Grammar & Composition
  • Arabic Language & Literature
  • History
  • Daurath ul Hadith

This course consists of a duration of seven years, which is divided into three main stages.

Stage 1 (Year 1 -3)
Students undergo a comprehensive study in mastering the Arabic Language. A fundamental study of Islamic teaching is also provided to them at this stage.

Stage 2 (Year 4 – 6)
Islamic Sciences are extensively taught in detail and in depth. Practical lessons and skills in leadership are also provided to students to guide them towards using their knowledge productively.

Stage 3 (Year 7)
All Ahadith from the six authentic books are studied along with the chain of narrators which are linked from the respective Usthad to the Messenger (SAL). Furthermore, selected chapters from each book are extensively taught.

Aqeedah (Islamic Belief)

Aqeedah refers to the creed of basic Islamic beliefs, is a major part of a Muslim’s faith. The purpose of teaching Aqeedah is to ensure that students receive proper guidance and the correct understanding about the ideology of Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jama’ah.

The students at the first stage are taught basic level books that cover the fundamentals of Islamic creed. As they move on to the advanced stages, a panel of competent teachers in this science impart this science in extensive detail in order to help students have a concrete foundation about the authentic Islamic creed.

During the final years of study, students are exposed to exploring the principles of major deviated sects of Islam and comparative religions which will be essential as the student deals with diverse communities across the globe.

Quranic Sciences

The primary objective of this section is for students to strengthen their connection with Allah by enacting its teachings. For this we strive to help students attain a spiritual perspective while studying and understanding Al-Quran.

From the inception, tools to explore the divine message of Allah is taught. Students are required to translate frequently read verses, to gain a more in-depth interpretation of it, as they excel to higher grades.

Emphasis is laid on extensive research on classical commentaries of Al-Quran which helps them to divulge into the inner dimensions of the Quran while also including contemporary texts which are relevant to the present times.


The primary aim of teaching Hadith is to help students’ study and emulate the life of the Prophet (SAL). We also focus on equipping students to derive and extract various lessons connected to every human’s day to day life.

During the initial stages of study, students memorize short Hadith with its meaning while also focusing on its application. Thereafter, students are taught the methodology of how Ahadith could be used to understand Aqeeda, Fiqh and various other sciences in Islam.

In addition, the students learn the Principles of Hadith where students are taught the methodology of scrutinizing the Sanad (chain of narrators of a Hadith) in a in detail. This helps to understand how a Hadith is graded as authentic or weak.

During the final year, students are introduced to major Hadith compilations (i.e. Sahih al-Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Sunan al- Nasa’i, Sunan Abu Dawud, Jami’ al-Tirmidhi and Sunan ibn Majah). Selected chapters from each book are taught in extensive detail. They also learn the various methodologies adopted by the respective authors of these great books.

Finally, the complete text of Ahadith are read cover to cover and students receive Ijazah in Hadith reading sessions.

Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence)

The objective of Fiqh is to strengthen the understanding of the divine Islamic law as revealed in the Quran and the Sunnah. Our institute strives to deliver a pristine form of scholarly education of Jurisprudence from the fundamentals to most advanced level of Fiqh.

The Fiqh taught is based on the Mazhab of Imam Shafi’e primarily. In addition, all four Mazhabs, are taught to equip them with sufficient knowledge to teach and impart knowledge if the need arises.

Students in the first stage are required to cover the chapters that focus on the acts of worship. This stage covers a wide range of topics including, purification, Salah, Sawm, Zakah, and Hajj. As students’ progress to later stages, the institute equips students to handle contemporary issues and views which are prevalent in the world that also include, banking, finance, family life, and modern-day social matters.

We provide a pristine form of scholarly education of Jurisprudence that strengthen the understanding of the divine law.


“Indeed, We have sent it down, as an Arabic Quran, so that you may understand.” (Al-Quran 12:02)

The Arabic language is taught to the students in an all-inclusive manner as it is the base which helps students access the texts written on Islamic sciences from the past to the present.

The first six years of our syllabus consists of a structure, which covers subjects such as applied Arabic, Nahw (Grammar), Sarf (Morphology) and Balagha (Rhetoric). During the first two years Grammar and Morphology are taught in English in order to help students grasp the subject with the correct understanding. As stages progress, student achieve a proficiency in the language as they are exposed to texts and applications through the study of Arabic literature, rhetoric and pre-Islamic poetry.


The language of Sinhala-being the national language and our mother tongue is taught to the students along with Civics and Sri Lankan History.

Institute sessions

Monday – Friday : 7:30 am – 7:30 pm


1. Admission fee : Rs. 20,000.00
2. Monthly fee : Rs. 10,000.00

Admission Prerequisites

  • Age: 16 years and above
  • Language: English Skills required
  • Required Documents

Copies of the following documents must be accompanied with the application for it to be processed.

  1. Birth Certificate
  2. N.I.C Copy
  3. Last school report
  4. Leaving certificate of the previously studied institute
  5. Character certificate of last institute attended
  6. Two passport size photos
  7. Medical certificate
  8. Student and Parent commitment Letter (drafted by the student) and signed by both.