The linguistic meaning of the word Ijaazah is permission.  When applying this word to the recitation of the Qur’an it becomes a term that means that a certified and qualified Quran teacher who holds an Ijaazah testifies that his student has excelled and mastered Quran recitation without making any mistakes in pronunciation and tajweed. It also means that the student is certified and eligible to test and evaluate others recitations and to give them an Ijaazah.  In other words, an Ijaazah is a symbol of merit from a qualified teacher to his student of being able to recite the Quran without mistakes and the eligibility to grant others Ijaazah after evaluation of their recitation
Literally, it means support but when the word is used in reference to Qur’an it means the authentic chain of narrators cited back to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Each narrator in this chain recited the Quran before the narrator above him who accordingly testified the mastery of his student and hence granted him Ijaazah and a certificate stating the names of the chain of narrators from whom he received the Quran. This certificate is only granted to the student after memorizing the Quran by heart then successfully reviewing and reciting it in full before his qualified Shaykh, who also must possess an Ijaazah and Sanad in order to grant them to his eligible students.
The origin of this system can be traced back to the Prophetr; Imam Bukhari and Muslim documented in their Sahih books that Ibn Mas’oud t reported: ‘I heard the Messenger of Allah r say: ‘Learn the Quran from four [people]; Abdullah bin Mas’oud, Salim, Mu’ath and Ubai bin Ka’b.’

This system not only preserved the Quran in written form but also preserved it aurally by preserving the actual correct recitation and pronunciation of each word, about this Allah U said: {We have sent down the dhikr [Quran] and We are surely preserving it [from altering and changes}. In order to receive an Ijaazah, the student is required to recite the whole Quran from cover to cover before a Shaykh who is qualified and certified; possessing Ijaazah himself, and after the student succeeds in reciting the entire Quran accurately without mistakes and with mastery of tajweed, his teacher then testifies to his capability and eligibility, the student is then eligible to receive an Ijazaah.

This certificate of merit gives one confidence in the accuracy of his recitation as well as honor at being able to recite the Qur’an exactly as the Prophet recited Qur’an.

All classes are conducted in real-time, are interactive and 1-on-1.
All our classes are student-to-scholar based in order to ensure that every student benefits the most from each class.
All our classes are student-to-scholar based in order to ensure that every student benefits the most from each class.
In case you don’t memorize the whole Qur’an but completed the curriculum of Hafs Ain Asim narration and passed all the exams, you will be eligible for “Tajweed studies certificate”. Review our programs offered section, please.
It depends on your teacher but it would be in the rank of 30s
Based on an average student shouldn’t take more than 2-3 years, Insha’Allah.
You will need a Computer with high speed internet, headset, webcam, and microphone.
Yes, our teachers can teach you how to read Qur’an in a very fast and easy way using Qaeda Nooraniah. You will be impressed with the results, Insha’Allah.
We have 25% family discount where the first family member pays in full and every addition member gets 25% off.
As this is a focused individual instruction program, it begins whenever you are ready, and classes are located conveniently online at your fingertips in the comfort of your home or office. Simply renew your intention, get online, and contact us
This depends on several factors; the level of proficiency of the student, how dedicated the student is and how much time he is willing to apportion to his studies.
The sheikh still has to test your Tajweed level, memorization level, and listen to your recitation. In order to get the Sanad, you have to recite the whole Qur’an by heart from your memory with the rules of Tajweed applied to your sheikh. Then if you pass, you will get the sanad, but if you still make mistakes and the sheikh has to correct you, you will have to start all over and do another Khatmah from the beginning till you pass, Insha’Allah.

In the light of the above, it could take 6 months or might take 3 years, all depends on your level, efforts and devoted time.

His name was Hafs bin Sulaymaan bin Al-Magheerah Al-Asadee Al-Kufee.  He was born in the year 90 H., and died in the year 180 H.  Hafs was the most knowledgeable of all in the recitation of ‘Aasim who was from the renowned scholars of Quran from the generation of at-Tabi’een i.e. those who met the companions and received the Quran from them. His recitation is known to be one of the 10 authentic Qura’aat (i.e. different recitations of the Quran).
Your performance can definitely be like those Sheikhs if you have what it takes (Skills & a gift)

The skills are obtained by the following:

–           Mastering the Rules of Recitation of Hafs on behalf of Asim narration.

–           Ensure Clarity of your Arabic accent during recitation (Native or near Native).

–          Listening to Qur’an recitation so often.

–          Following the directions of your teacher.

Your teacher will help you with all of the above, Insha’Allah. And your teacher always focuses on application of rules, clarity of the Arabic accent, memorization, and performance.

The gift part (having a pleasant/beautiful voice or good performance) is basically from Allah (s.w.t), but all expert teachers/ sheikhs assure that mastering the rules of recitations beautifies the voice and enhances the performance.

Once you master the required skills, eventually your performance will improve and your voice will adopt its own tone and have its own unique performance, Insha’Allah. There are lots of people don’t have pleasant voice when they speak up but once they recite the Qur’an you enjoy their recitation and performance and that is mainly due to their mastery of the rules of recitation.

No, you only pay the registration fees once you join us for the first time. But if you leave the program for more than a year and decide to come back , we will need your updated information which can submitted via email, Insha’Allah, and NO registration fees will be required again.
We still have the 100 % satisfaction guarantee policy which is basically after you enroll and pay your monthly fees if you don’t like the program for any reason, we refund all your money back to you.

The FREE month Trial is for those who are hesitant about joining us officially so we offer them FREE MONTH TRIAL but with restrictions: 

(You are eligible for ONE session /week ONLY on the Weekends during the current month (either Saturday or Sunday and based on the teacher’s availability ( .

We are looking for serious knowledge seekers. If you don’t show up for a session during your free period, the rest of your free sessions will be declined and in order to join us back, you will need to go through our regular admission process.)

Therefore, if you are sure about enrolling and getting yourself or your child started, we would recommend that you go ahead and enroll officially and sign up for any number of sessions you looking for and at the same time 100 % satisfaction guarantee policy is still applied, in case you don’t like us, which has not happened with any student so far, Alhamdulillah.

Alhamdulillah, most of the students go with the second option and with Allah’s blessings, they love the program and continue with us.

I will share with you some of the golden rules:-

  • Use ONE book ONLY all the time. Don’t memorize from different books.
  • Set in a place where you can recite loudly enough to hear your own voice.
  • Set facing Qiblah (towards Mecca).
  • Specify a time when your mind is pure (I prefer doing it at night).
  • Set on the floor and put the book on a pillow or something higher than the floor in front of you.
  • Play the surah or the verses you want to memorize and listen to the recitation from  a good sheikh ( we would highly recommend that you listen to Menshawy, Hosary or Muhammad Jebril )
  • Play the surah or the Ayat you want to memorize and listen 3 times first while reading ONLY with your eyes from the book.
  • Then repeat after the sheikh play the verse once and you repeat 3 – 5 times till you feel that you got it.
  • Move to the next ayah and do the same if you already mastered the current ayah.
  • After you finish the second ayah, make sure you read both the previous ayah and the current ayah from the book. Then you recite them both out of your memory.
  • Move to the next ayah if you did master them, and then do the same after memorizing the third ayah and so forth.
  • Always, engage your heart in what you memorizing and then use what you finished memorizing in your daily Salah in the next day. Till you memorize more and more and start reciting what you memorize in Qiam Lail, Insha’Allah.
  • Finally, pray with the Qur’an that you memorized do ( Qiam Oulaail ) Night prayers.

Not less than 5 yrs old with the supervision of one of the parents during class to make sure the kid is paying enough attention and being discipline. Yes, we do teach kids at that age range.  Allahamdulillah, their parents are very happy with the result. Please review our Testimonials section.
The female teachers that we have for the sisters speak English well enough Alhamdulillah. We have several non-Arabic speakers that take sessions with us and are able to communicate just fine.

Also, the male teachers for the Brothers are able to communicate in English and they do have English speaking students who like and enjoy their sessions, Alhamdulillah.

If you going to use the Arabic Tajweed book, then we email it to you for FREE.

If you going to use the English Tajweed book, then we will email you its name and you can purchase it online or from any convenient bookstore.

If you mean how many sessions/week would you need per a week, then that’s what we encourage all our students to do. Ideally“No less than 2 sessions/week and No more than 4 sessions/week if you have a busy schedule “

So you get to meet your teacher more than once, allow your teacher to develop a good plan for you, keep the momentum, and get good results you looking for.