YDD Classes 2015In: Latest News
Aims & Objectives:
YDD enters its 8th year and with the blessings of the Almighty, is moving from strength to strength. It is however important that the aims and objectives of YDD are made transparent for all so that we can work together for the betterment of our children and youth.
YDD has been set up to act as a “refresher programme” for our youngsters particularly in the recitation of Dua’s commonly recited during the Holy Month of Ramadhan. The emphasis is to polish, brush-up and enhance the level of recitation of Dua’s.
To allow YDD to meet its objective, it is important that those attending are able to recite “big” Qur’an with some degree of fluency. Your child may be required to be pre-screened upon registration to ensure they meet the above criteria. We appreciate that there may be children who fall short of the above requirement, but at this stage, due to limited resources at our disposal, we can only accept children who demonstrate the above criteria.
As far as age criteria goes, provided the above criteria is first met, we will accept children between the ages 7 to 16
YDD will cater for recitation of the following Dua’s: 3 Short Dua’s (recited after Maghrib/Eisha Salaat) and Dua Iftetah. Please note: there will be no classes for Dua Jawshan Kabeer.
Classes will commence on Thursday 16th April 2015.
Main Hall / ELC allocation:
A child wishing to recite one of the Dua’s taught within YDD will need to be screened by the YDD teachers before their name is submitted to the Mukhi sub-committee for allocation. (This applies to both boys and girls)
Co-ordinators: Shehnazbai Somji; Kanizbai Merali & Raziabai Datoo in Girls and Abbasali Jagani in Boys
Please register with the following information via firstname.lastname@example.org
Name of Child; Age; Class selected (3 Short Dua’s or Dua Iftetah); Email Address and Contact Telephone Number