Parental Support

The online tests are a great challenge as they are not only the test of academic learning but a great test of Faith that Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala is watching me, a test of fairness and honesty in the absence of the teacher / invigilator.

Dear parents, we have been talking about and discussing our triangular association:

Now is the time when parents have to play the role of a mentor as well as a monitor. This is the very first attempt of your child to take the test at home. A home itself gives a cosy and comfortable feeling and the home environment is child friendly. In this situation, you are our greatest support to prepare the child and create a test environment.

We would like you to invigilate in place of a teacher to monitor the fairness and time management that are the important factors of online testing.                                                         

Special care is to be taken that neither the siblings nor any other family member are found around the child taking the test. This is not only a first attempt of the students to take the test on their own but the first experience for school as well to see how the students perform in the absence of teachers, hence the most counted is the effort of the child and this will be preferred while marking. Parents support is needed to login on time and to submit the paper on time. We prefer only one of the parents to sit silently with the child and what can be better than the recitation of dua for him/her.

We appreciate the efforts of our parents and students in staying strong during the pandemic and regularizing the studies. We wish all the best for the upcoming tests.

Eid-ul-Fitr

The holy month of Ramadan is being celebrated with devotion and now a few sacred and highly ranked nights of last ashra are left to be completely spent in seeking the pleasure of Almighty Allah, repenting with true spirit and asking for refuge from the fire of hell. 

Allah (SWT) says in Holy Quran “you shall complete the number of days and you may glorify Allah for his guiding you and that you may be thankful.”

So now it’s time for Eid. Eid ul Fitr actually means ‘festive of breaking of the fast’ as it marks the end of the sacred month of Ramadan.

Eid-ul-Fitr is an important religious festival celebrated by the Muslims worldwide. May Allah bless you with spiritual wisdom (Emaan and Amal) on this occasion and bring joy, happiness, peace and prosperity to you and your family.

InshaAllah we will join back for the online classes from 1st June 2020.


Last Ashra of Ramadan

According to a narration of a hadith, there are five special virtues of Ramadhan for this Ummah which no other Ummah have enjoyed:

  1. The foul odor from the mouth of a person with fast is dearer to ALLAH SubhanaoTa’ala than the fragrance of mushk.
  2. Even the fish in water pray for the person in fast till Iftaar.
  3. Each day Jannah is adorned (decorated) for him.
  4. The devils are chained.
  5. ALLAH SubhanaoTa’ala pardons all sins of the person fasting, on the last night of Ramadan.

The last ten days of Ramadan carry with them very special circumstances and specific benefits for Muslims.

Not only do one of the odd days in the last ten days hold the Night of Power (Laylat ul Qadr), the most auspicious night in the year, but they also give us the opportunity to benefit from replicating the specific activities that can allow us to be better, more responsible, and more aware Muslims.

The last Ashra of Ramadan is upon us and we must make the most of it.

Every moment counts. Whatever you need to do for the next ten days to make the most in Ibada, good deeds, reciting Quran, dhikr, making dua, etc., rewards are going to be multiplied. Let us utilize the remaining short time of the blessed month by focusing on the following practices:

Increase your Recitation of Quran

Recite by Understanding the meanings

Be a part of Charity

Do excessive dhikar

Ask for forgiveness, repent on sins:

Seek protection from hell fire

To utilize this time for the cause, Nakhlah has decided to close the online Academic Activities from 21st Ramadan till the celebration of Eid.

However, the Bayans and the teachings of Religious Themes will be regularly uploaded to benefit you all.

May Allah (SWT) bless us all and forgive our sins. May we all become better humans and practice deen better than we did before.

Registrar Office is Open

During Ramadan Registrar Office is open from Mon – Thu between 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM.

Online Classroom

Alhamdulillah!
NAKHLAH has started an online classroom.
Teachers are available to facilitate.
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Online Fee Transfer

As per numerous requests received from parents, we will be sending fee details to your email address for online transfer. In case email is not received, please inform on registrar@nakhlah.edu.pk. Parents are requested not to visit Registrar Office.

Fee Challan

As per Sindh Govt’s notification, all schools in Sindh are allowed to collect monthly fees in order to timely disburse salaries of staff members, pay rentals, tax, etc. Hence kindly collect Fee Challan of your child from Registrar Office between 10:00 to 13:00 Mon-Sat. Due date is 15-Apr-20. Your timely payment & cooperation in this hard time is highly appreciated and shall be rewarded by Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala.

Campus Closed

As per Sindh Government announcement, NAKHLAH campuses are closed till 30-May-20.

Campus Closed

As per Sindh Government notification, all campuses of NAKHLAH will remain closed from Monday 2-Mar-20 to Friday 13-Mar-20.

Campus Closed

As per Sindh Government notification, all campuses of NAKHLAH will remain closed on Thursday 27-Feb-20 & Friday 28-Feb-20.