The Majlis-e-Ilmi Society is a one-of-its kind institute that serves the Muslim Ummah by pinpointing its current needs, formulating goals, and using the latest technology to achieve them. The institute has formulated an educational structure based on these needs that is a beautiful and practical amalgation of Islamic and contemporary education. These education plans are presently being implemented with great success. The Majlis-e-Ilmi Society is registered under the societies Registration Act with the KAR number 060/2004.

One of the fundamental roles of the Majlis is to create educational institutions that see to the tarbiyyah of Muslim children, impart Islamic values, while training them in different fields of life so they can fulfill their roles in life in a manner befitting a good human being. Islam is a complete code of life that can be followed to deal with any situation, at any time in life.


Contrary to contemporary education, Islamic education is based on divine revelations. Without this light the intellect is misguided. The vision of the Majlis is to combine the two types of educations for greatest results. METHODOLOGY

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The structure of the Majlis-e-Ilmi is based on the Islamic concept of ‘shura’, meaning achieving results through decision making by a body of people.

It is run on the administrative level by ulema-e-kiraam and professional managers. THE STRUCTURE OF THE MAJLIS-E-ILMI

  • The central Shura body
  • The controlling body
  • The financial body
  • The administrative body
  • The educational body

The ulema of the central shura body are well known for their knowledge, experience, wisdom, and foresightedness in various matters. The policies of the Majllis are formed by this body. There is a managing committee comprised of professionals that implements these policies through Line managers and heads of departments.


At present, the students studying in the various institutes of the Majlis-e-Ilmi exceeds 3000. Their accommodation, food, and health facilities are all provided free of cost by the Majlis. The exception are a few students that do not qualify for zakat. The students come from all over Pakistan, a sizable number being from Karachi and other parts of Sindh. No foreign students are admitted to the institute.

The finances of the Majlis-sIlmi are entirely derived from public funding. No government or foreign funds are utilized. These institutions have been created for the pleasure of Allh Subhanuhu wa Ta’ala, and are being run for this singular purpose alone.

It is aimed that the students that graduate from the Majlis have a balanced approach to Deen and Dunya, achieve a high degree of training and serve their country in a befitting manner.

The aim of the Majlis is to train these students according to the dictates of Deen-e-Fitrat, that keeps alive the teachings of our elders and trains to deal with the demands of the present and future. The gols set before the institutes of the Majlis-e-Ilmi are as follows:

  • To inculcate Islamic beliefs and customs in the students so they can achieve their goals in life through the right channels and to the best of their abilities. Islam is a complete code of life addressing all the needs of a lietime whether they be financial, intellectual, religious, familial, or social. Islam outlines the duties and rights of individuals and nations without any kind of racial or linguistic apartheid. Islam is free of any and all prejudice and acclaims the equality of all humans.
  • The second goal is to train students in science and technology, especially in computers and communications. The Majlis aims to impart the latest education while explaining the real meaning of success. It aims to train students in as many fields as possible that facilitate human benefit.
  • The third goal is to train students to have an open mind and avoid narrow-mindedness, to stay away from sectarianism, to respect other opinions, honour others while staying firm on your own beliefs. It believes in providing students with the necessary skills to be able to give evidence based facts for their convictions.
  • The fourth goal is to produce ulema-e-kiraam who are conversant