Zakir Naik – Hifz at Islamic International School Mumbai

Zakir Naik
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the number of students in a school's classes and how they influence student retention. They explain that students who have a certain number of classes will receive a larger batch, but students who have a certain number of classes will receive a smaller batch. The goal is to educate children in the right way to achieve success in school, and students should be multiple times better in their school.
AI: Transcript ©
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There are classes of his. So, in that class of 20 students,

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there will be five courses coming in Karis. So each batch will have about four students. So when we have certain classes, it breaks up so that the lives is better

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the concentration better so the child can learn faster in our school, his is compulsory, this standard three

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this standard three, the child in nursery unique he he starts yes or no Quran. He does the author of the Quran in scenic, he started doing hesitancy Nick he on average syndicates he memorizes half Jews first, second and third every year one and a half Jews. So, by the time the child complete standard three

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he memorizes at least five Jews some remember six some seven, some Maven before after that, it is optional. Those people who feel

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have good memory, we select them maybe 25% 14213 of the students and we call them one hour 15 minutes earlier. So instead of coming in eight o'clock in the morning from four standard, they come at call to seven. Now when the if class in the morning is conducted after third standard for one carry, there are two students maximum.

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So the ratio of the carrier and the students in the higher classes reduced one guy one student or one carry two students maximum

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and only because it comes one hour 15 minutes early in the morning does it so why not 10 minutes in a year on an average that child memorizes five Jews.

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So by the time he completed the next five years, at the end of each standard, he memorizes the complete Quran

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the sofa Mashallah and the sixth standard in the fifth standard, according to our normal course, the child should memorize 15 years, but many students Mashallah at the end of fifth standard a memorized 18 years, some 19 Some even 20 so my son who's now in the sixth is only 12 years old. Mashallah, he knows more than me. He knows 20 G's I don't know that much. I'm gonna have a look around his karate better than mine. He can stand out a bit better than me. He can send the Quran directly I can't.

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So we want every child in our school to be better than what I was when I was in school. And inshallah minimum minimum every child in our school minimum is 100 times better than what I was when I was a child.

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We want every child in the school should be multiple times like me, I am not the target. I am not the aim.

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I am not the sample. We want them to be multiple times better. So what we could not get in our childhood and with Allah help

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Alhamdulillah whatever we achieved, we feel that if we educate our children in the right way, right from the childhood, inshallah inshallah you will find a change in the next generation.

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