Information for Atfal:

During your Local Ijtema, you will complete a “Salat Test”. The test will examine your knowledge of the Salat. 

There will be a prize for the highest marks in each age group. 

A Tifl between the ages of 7 – 11 will take the test verbally. 

you can prepare for the test using the Salat Hub Website.

Information for Nazimeen:

We have created a full guide with all the relevant sections and documents that you will need for your Ijtema. If you feel anything is missing or you need extra guidance/assistance please use the “WhatsApp Us Feature” or contact [email protected], Secretary Ijtema Committee.

All Atfal will need to complete their Salat test during the Ijtema. The test will take about 10 minutes.

If you are holding the Academics part of the Ijtema in person, then please print out copies of the Salat test and conduct the test will ALL Atfal at the same time. 

The test should be marked and handed back to the Tifl at the end of the Ijtema.

First, Second and Third prizes should be given out for the highest marks scored in each age category.

The test should be conducted verbally for Atfal aged 7-11.

If you are holding your Ijtema online, then please share the online test link with all your Atfal at the same time. 

The test, as well as the marking sheets, have been emailed to all local and regional Atfal Nazimeen. If you have not received this email please contact your regional nazim Atfal or email: [email protected]

Young Muavineen Championship is specifically designed for older Atfal who will be going to be Khuddam soon. The aim of this championship is for older Atfal to experience day-to-day Jam’at activities of a Khadim, by completing tasks that khuddam normally do during Jama’at events.

Here you can find poster templates, invitation letters and other documents that you will need before the Ijtema. 

It is compulsory for you to submit your Ijtema Committee (template can be found here) using the form below:

Please ensure you follow the Agenda attached on the right. It is very important to ensure you are using the MAA Pledge and not the Khuddam one.

We have also attached the Tilawat and Nazm portions that you could recite during your opening session, however, feel free to change them as you wish.

Once your Ijtema comes to a close, please encourage your Atfal to complete the feedback form which can be found at the top of this page. 

Please make sure you complete your Ijtema report within 7 days of your Ijtema. The Ijtema report form can be found here:

Nazimeen should ensure that all Talim competitions are held. You can find the full syllabus and marking sheets here.

You can find a document which has some suggestions to implement Sehet-e-Jismani in your Ijtema’at.  

All qiadats should try their best to incorporate sport sessions in their Ijtema’at.

To encourage healthy competition and team work, all qiadats should hold a quiz competition.

if you would like the answer sheets, please email [email protected] who will send you the answer sheet.

The best time to hold this session is either before or after Namaz. You could reach out to your local Murrabi to deliver this session or deliver this session yourself using one of the four presentations.

Please ensure you follow the Agenda attached on the right. It is very important to ensure you are using the MAA Pledge and not the Khuddam one.

We have also attached the Tilawat and Nazm portions that you could recite during your opening session, however, feel free to change them as you wish.

Once your Ijtema comes to a close, please encourage your Atfal to complete the feedback form which can be found at the top of this page. 

Please make sure you complete your Ijtema report within 7 days of your Ijtema. The Ijtema report form can be found here: