What Jamia Binoria is Doing

What We are Doing

In this department, students are taught to recite the Holy Quran according to correct pronunciation and accent.

Here students are made to learn the Holy Quran by heart. This department of Jamia has a distinctive reputation, students mostly in foreign countries join this department, and after completion of learning Quran by heart, they return to their home countries and serve as Imams of the Mosques as well as in Islamic Centers to educate their compatriots. At present, there are over 1200 students in this department, and for this large number; Jamia has employed 70 teachers who are duly qualified in QIRAAT and TAJWEED.

This department offers the ‘Alim Course (Islamic Scholar). It consists of the following levels:

1 Middle,
2 Matriculation,
3 Intermediate,
4 Bachelors, and
5 Masters

These levels are certified by the Board of Education Pakistan, and the University Grants Commission. Students learn here from qualified and eminent scholars in the following subjects:

Tafseer, Hadees, Fiqh, Usool-ul-Fiqh, Ilm-ul-Kalam, Seerat of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him), Islamic History, Ilm-un-Nahv, Ilm-us-Sarf, Ma’ani, Balaghat, Adaab, Mantiq, Falsafa, Geography, Arabic Lexicon, Urdu, Persian, English.

This department is for the Course of Mufti (Islamic Jurist) which is equivalent to a Doctorate (Ph.D.) of any Pakistani University. Students after completing the ‘Alim Course (Islamic Scholar), can get admission in this department in different subjects such as Fiqhul-Islami, Tafseer, Hadith.

In this department, Jamia has placed the services of qualified and experienced Muftees (Islamic Jurists) to serve people seeking advice on day to day matters in and out of our social life and issuing religious verdicts. Besides, newly converted Muslims are taught the fundamentals of Islam and are given certificates in respect of their acceptance of Islam.

Ulama-e-Haq (Upright Scholars) never opposed the study of sciences and recommended to make its use. These days one cannot deny the usefulness of a computer. Keeping in this view, JamiaBinoria has specially built a computer department. Records of students studying in Jamia are kept on computer and their examination reports are also preserved here.

Magazines of Jamia Binoria (Al-Binoria English & Al-Binoria Urdu) are also composed in the computer department. Jamia has also started the Istifta service (answering questions about Islamic Jurisprudence) via e-mail; this service is managed by the Computer Department.

The JamiaBinoria has established a Writer’s Department to channelize the thinking of young Muslims, scholars, political leaders, intelligentsia as well as students from colleges and religious institutions.

Muslims and Islam are being defamed on electronic and print media. All kinds of concepts contrary to the teaching of Islam and innovations are being propelled through periodicals and dailies. In this way, the younger generation has fallen into confusion and finding no way out and drifting away from Islam. JamiaBinoria has taken notice of this alarming situation and has established a section to counter it.

JamiaBinoria was publishing two monthly magazines in English and Urdu namely Al-Binoria English and Al-Binoria Urdu

JamiaBinoria has a library that has a large number of books on TAFSEER, HADEES, FIQH and General Literature, etc. New publications are regularly added to this library.

In Islam, religious teachings are equally important for men and women. Therefore, to learn the teachings of Islam is the responsibility of all Muslims whether they are men or women.

Keeping in mind the importance of Islamic education for women, Ulama-e-Haq (Islamic Scholars) have established schools for girls at various places in Pakistan.

JamiaBinoria also has established a girls section named as Madrasa-Tul-Banat. A separate building has been constructed in JamiaBinoira Complex. Besides other facilities, special arrangements for observance of the veil has also been made. In Madrasa-Tul-Banat separate arrangements are made for girls for their education, boarding, and lodging.

At present, the departments of Nazira (learning the Quran by correct pronunciation), Hifz (learning Quran by heart), and Kutub (course of Islamic Scholar) are functioning. In the departments of Hifz and Nazira, 500 girls and Kutub 150 girls are acquiring religious education which also includes girls from other countries.

There are three departments in the faculty of education in JamiaBinoria. Click on the links below to get details about them and courses offered by these departments:

1 Native Students’ Department
2 Foreign Students’ Department
3 Madrasa-Tul-Banat (Girls’ Section)
4 Rules & Regulations

This is the principal department of JamiaBinoria. Over 2,000 students are seeking religious education in this department from Pakistan and other countries.

Basic level of learning heart by the numbers (Hifzul. A’Dadia)
Witness of learning/Protecting the Holy Quran by learning its heart.
Equivalent to Primary Level
Level: Middle
Witness certificate of Middle
Equivalent to Middle/ Lower Secondary Level
Equivalent; Lower-Middle Secondary
Level Secondary (general)
Duration: 2year
Certificate of Secondary (general)
Equivalent to Matriculation / Secondary Level
Level Intermediate-special
Certificate: Certificate of Intermediate special-Higher secondary
Equivalent to Higher Secondary / Intermediate Level
Level Higher (Graduation-Bachelor)
Certificate of graduation
Equivalent to Bachelor degree
Level Post-Graduate
Certification of Alimia in Arabic and Islamic Science
Equivalent to Master Degree
Level: Tajweed-ul-Quran (Reading the Holy Quran with Proper Phonetic Sounds
Certificate of Tajweed (Reading the Holy Quran with Phonetic sounds)
Basic Level

Takhassus is for the Doctorate Degree. Students must have completed the ‘Alim course to be admitted in Takhassus, either from JamiaBinoria or from any other renowned Islamic Institution. The course duration is two years. The course of Takhassus is offered in these subjects:

1 Takhassusfil-Fiqh-al-Islami
2 Takhassus fit-Tafseer
3 Takhassus fil-Hadees

Anyone willing to take part in any of the courses in the Native Students’ Department can also submit the Online Admission Form at the following address:

This department is specified for the students of foreign countries. In this department, good facilities are provided to the students to make them feel they are in their homeland.

The course of JamiaBinoria has chalked out for the level of books for foreign students is of six years duration. The course is taught in Arabic. The final year course is the Level of Hadith is done in the Department of Internal Students. Many students who have graduated from the Jamia after completing the Level of Hadith are serving religion abroad e.g. USA, France, Canada, Britain. The administrator meets those Scholars regularly every year when he goes on his visit abroad. Following is the course of the Book Level in the Department of Foreign Students:

Level / Class: Learning the Holy Quran by heart

1 Age limit: Minimum: 8years- maximum: 12years.
2 Abilities are required needed.
3 Jamia Residence.
4 In the case of the foreign child: Presentation of Passport.
5 Follow the rules and regulations of the Jamia.
6 Refrain from non-shariah things and deeds and abide by the shariah.

Book level
1 Read Urdu.
2 Has completed reading the Holy Quran.
3 Age limit: 15 to 20 years.
4 Foreign students must present a Passport.
5 Abide by the Shariah.
6 Political Involvement.
7 Follow the rules and regulations of the Jamia.

Anyone willing to take part in any of the courses in the Foreign Students’ Department can also submit the Online Admission Form at the following address:

This department is only for female students. A separate building is arranged for this department where all the staff is female teachers/employees.

This level has six years course designed by much-proclaimed scholars. Female students are only taught in Arabic. No other language is to be used for conversation in the class except Arabic so that female students can have full command of the Arabic Language.

In the sixth year, female students are given exercises and training on how to teach. They are assigned different lessons to teach.

The female students in the Book level are from the USA, Britain, France, Canada, Tanzania, Mozambique, and other countries. Pakistani female students come from Peshawar, Swat, Shahdadpur, Shikarpura, Sukkur, Faisalabad, Lahore, Islamabad, Multan, TandoJam, and Karachi. Residential female students enjoy air-conditioned rooms, dispensary, kitchen, food, library, veiled/covered residential area, transport and pick and drop services.

All these certificates are registered with the Wifaaq al Madaaris al ‘Arabiyyah Pakistan.

Students can also submit Online Admission Formto get admission to Foreign Students’ Department at

1 The minimum age for admission in a hostel is EIGHT YEARS
2 The Student is bound to follow the divine ways of religion (Shari’ah)
3 It is necessary to offer prayers in congregation. No excuse in this respect is acceptable, except which is permissible in Islam.
4 The student must have his performance in all respect by the virtues saints of Islam. Shaving, Smoking, and intoxicants in any manner are strictly prohibited.
5 The principal, teachers, and authorities of the institutions are empowered to watch, check, and instruct the students at any time and anywhere. Compliance with their instructions is obligatory on the part of the student. Respect for teachers is essential.
6 No student is allowed to keep his affiliation with any political or linguistic party. If any evidence or proof is made available of such activity, the student is liable to be rusticated from the institution.
7 Non-attendance from the class is an offense that is not excusable unless prior permission is obtained.
7 Hostel students are not allowed to leave the hostel without prior permission of the Warden or his nominee.
8 Misconduct and misbehavior of a hostel student are liable for his expulsion from the boarding-House.
9 Visitors can visit between Asr to Maghrib only.
10 Weekend holiday in the institution is from Thursday’s Asr to Friday’s Maghrib. Attendance for students in Friday’s Maghrib prayers is essential.
11 It is necessary for foreign students to submit their passport at the time of admission.

1 Admission for the Islamic Scholar course (’Alima) is given to the girls of age between 12 to 20 (non-married). For Hifz, age should not be more than 12 years.
2 Performance of prayers and observing the veil is compulsory for all students.
3 It is necessary for all the students that they should follow Ummuhatul-Mu’mineen (Wives of the Holy Prophet, peace be upon him) and the companions (Raziallahu-Anhunn) in manners, actions, conduct, and in the style of their clothing and hair.
4 Simplicity should be observed and it is forbidden to come to the institution with any kind of makeup, fashion, or jewelry.
5 Arguing, fighting, making fun of each other, or saying immodest jokes are of bad manners, therefore, they must abstain from these habits.
6 To honor the teacher and to respect her wholeheartedly are the most important conditions of gaining benefit from the knowledge. Therefore, a student must respect all teachers.
7 To be absent from the class is an unforgivable action. In extreme emergencies, the guardian should send a note. The excuse of sickness will be accepted only if it is not possible to come or there is the fear of an increase in the sickness.
8 The student must not continue to study any other teachings along with this knowledge because it will interfere in these learnings and the student can be expelled for this reason.
9 No student is allowed to keep any affiliation with some political or linguistic party. If any evidence or proof is made available of such activity, the student is liable to be rusticated from the institution.
10 The photocopy of the identity card of the relatives who are authorized to visit the student should be submitted at the time of admission.
11 Visitors can visit on Monday, between Asr to Maghrib only. Relatives can call the student by phone on Monday only.
12 Weekend holiday in the institution is from Thursday’s Asr to Friday’s Maghrib. Attendance for students in Friday’s Maghrib prayers is essential.

1 The minimum age for admission in a hostel is EIGHT YEARS
2 The Student is bound to follow the divine ways of religion (Shari’ah)
3 It is necessary to offer prayers in congregation. No excuse in this respect is acceptable, except which is permissible in Islam.
4 The student must have his performance in all respect following the virtues saints of Islam. Shaving, Smoking, and intoxicants in any manner are strictly prohibited.
5 The principal, teachers, and authorities of the institutions are empowered to watch, check, and instruct the students at any time and anywhere. Compliance with their instructions is obligatory on the part of the student. Respect for teachers is essential.
6 No student is allowed to keep his affiliation with any political or linguistic party. If any evidence or proof is made available of such activity, the student is liable to be rusticated from the institution.
7 Non-attendance from the class is an offense that is not excusable unless prior permission is obtained.
8 Hostel students are not allowed to leave the hostel without prior permission of the Warden or his nominee.
9 Misconduct and misbehavior of a hostel student are liable for his expulsion from the boarding-House.
10 Visitors can visit between Asr to Maghrib only.
11 Weekend holiday in the institution is from Thursday’s Asr to Friday’s Maghrib. Attendance for students in Friday’s Maghrib prayers is essential.
12 It is necessary for foreign students to submit their passport at the time of admission.

The schedule of Education is common for each department.
In Jamia Binoria, the educational year starts on the 15th of Shawwaal and ends on the 15th of Sha’baan. After every three months, exams are held. After each exam, two days of leave is given. After the annual examination, two months’ leave is given (from 15th of Sha’baan to 15th of Shawwaal).

The daily schedule of classes for the Hifz and Books’ sections is as follows:
Class in the Hifz section starts just after Fajr prayers. After two hours, one hour break is given for breakfast. Then the class is continued till 11:00 am. From 11:00 am break is given for lunch, rest, and Zuhr prayers till 2:30 pm. After 2:30 pm, class continues until Asr prayers. The break is given from Asr to Maghrib prayers. Class continues from Maghrib to Isha prayers. After Isha prayers, one hour class is held off school subjects.

Class in books’ section starts from 7:30 am till 12:30 am. From 12:30 am break is given for lunch, rest, and Zuhr prayers till 2:30 pm. After 2:30 pm, class continues until Asr prayers. The break is given from Asr to Maghrib prayers. After Maghrib prayers till 11:00 pm, the time is for reading and practicing lessons (Takraar).

To receive and maintain a fund or funds of real or personal property, or both and, subject to the restriction and limitations hereinafter set forth, to use and apply the whole or any part of the income scientific, testing for public safety, literary, or educational purposes either directly or by contributing to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, or corresponding provisions of any subsequent federal tax laws, and in furtherance thereof, including but not limited to the following:
1 To establish Mosque and Islamic religious education.
2 To promote understanding of the religious issues among all concerned organizations.
3 To improve the love and enthusiasm of Amal-i-Salihah (good deeds) among Ummat “Followers of Islamic Faith”.
4 To organize and carry on religious, social, educational, charitable, and other activities for the benefit of the Muslim Community.
5 To establish Islamic Institutions, like mosques and Islamic religious schools.
6 This corporation shall be a non-political, non-profit, and charitable organization and shall be organized and operated exclusively for the above-described purposes and objectives.
7 Notwithstanding any other provision hereof, the Corporation shall not conduct or carry on any activities not permitted to be conducted or carried on by an organization exempt under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, or corresponding provisions of any subsequent federal tax laws, or by an organization, contributions to which are deductible under section 170(c) (2) of such Code, or corresponding provisions of any subsequent federal tax law.
8 The corporation shall be a Type B corporation according to section 201 of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law. The names and address of initial directors are as follows: Hafiz M. Naeem Qari A. Haleem
9 The office of the corporation is to be located in the County of Queen’s state of New York.
10 The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the corporation upon whom process against it may be served.

Binoria Public School: Here about 5,000 students would be educated from 6th to 10th grade with compulsory Islamic education.

Binoria Medical Complex: Where facilities like an ultrasound clinical Laboratory, X-ray, E.C.G., etc. will be provided free to needy patients. The services of qualified doctors and experienced surgeons will also be made available and a 100-bed hospital will also be established.

Binoria Medical College: Where admissions will be given to 200 students who are God-fearing and who want to serve humanity selflessly without any worldly greed.

Binoria Computer Institute: In this institute, 500 students would be admitted with a nominal fee.

JamiaBinoria caters to 4,000 students, regularly, for their academic and training in the field of religious education along with their boarding and lodging.

JamiaBinoria also takes care of the area and the vicinity around in every respect. It provides welfare services and facilities for the physical and mental well-being of the people and particularly the needy and the poor of S.I.T.E., Labour Square, Zia Colony, Rasheedabad, Muhajir Camp, Saeedabad, Baldia Town, Ittihad Town, Merovill, and other adjacent areas.

Binoria Medical Center was established for this purpose, and the last three years, it has been serving the people in need and poverty, as the last hope of the solution to their medical problems.

The center caters to 250-300 people’s daily by providing them every sort of medical facilities which includes sealed and packed medicines of the multinational pharmaceutical companies, authentic and experienced physicians – male and female both – testing laboratories for a blood test, sugar, test, and other relative tests. The center has gynecologists and pediatricians. It is the most inexpensive and valid center available to the labor community of the site.

The people are making the best use of the facilities extended to them by the center under the aegis of JamiaBinoria S.I.T.E. The number of the needy and the poor enjoying the facilities is getting larger and larger day by day.

The Jamia, to keep it running for the benefit of the people, looks forward to your people and request to facilitate the performance of this virtuous task. You are requested to contribute generously for the cause of welfare and service of mankind so that the Jamia, with your help, take up the task to any limit and height. Help the poor and the needy.

1 Medicine used – Rs.300,000/- Monthly.
2 Salary paid to the staff, medical and paramedical – Rs.80,000/- Monthly.
3 X-ray and Ultrasound machines are very much needed for the patients.
4 An urgent need for Ambulance is there for emergency purposes The new building is to be constructed, as at present the center is being operated in an old depleted building.

Free opt homological test is carried out on every Sunday from 10:00 am to5:00 pm on computer. Cartarch operation is being carried out through the Pheco technique (Ultrasound, Laser) without any injection, stitches, and bandages.

1 An owner of a pharmaceutical company donating some medicines to the Binoria Medical Center to help out the poor and the needy.
2 A mill owner, by your donations in amount or medicines.
3 Donating your spare and extra medicines at home and no more in use.
4 If you are a doctor (Physician) donate some of your time at the Center for the poor and the needy.
5 If you wish to provoke and invoke the poor and the needy to pray for you and your betterment here and the hereafter, then please come forward and help the way you can do.
6 Send us your Zakat (Obligatory Alms), alms, charities, and donations with full confidence, and be sure that here, in the Jamia, they are being spent for the purpose they are intended to be. It helps the needy and the poor with the hope that the best reward of it will be given to you by Almighty Allah. May Allah bless you and reward you best.
7 It is not possible to turn our back on the patients who are in pain and misery. One cannot dare to send him/her back just because of not having enough money. Let’s try to help all who need us.

The establishment of JamiaBinoria International Welfare Trust is an exemplary step to reach out and help the needy, the poor, and the less fortunate at the local level in particular and the global level in general.

Since its inception of the Welfare Trust has been engaging in various tasks to alleviate the miseries of human beings without any discrimination.

The Welfare Trust works on a non-commercial non-political, non-sectarian, and no-profit and no-loss basis.

1 Chairperson: Mufti Muhammad Naeem
2 Resident: Mr. Ashiq Husain (Late)
3 Vice-President: Hafiz Muhammad Saeed Sheikh
4 General Secretary: Hafiz Muhammad Noman
5 Joint Secretary: Mr. Saifullah Rabbani
6 Treasurer: Mr. Muhammad Imran
7 Deputy Treasurer: Molana Ghulam Rasool

1 Aftab Hussain
2 Hafiz Anser Mehmood

1 To establish a well-woven network of speedy and remedial welfare of the masses in general.
2 to provide all sorts of possible help and facilities in promoting education, health, livelihood, provision to the needy, the poor, the miserable, the orphan, the widow, the dissolute, and the displaced.
3 To help and cooperation and coordination in attaining the above-mentioned objects.
4 To arrange and provide free medical facilities of medication, treatment, operation, and diagnosis to the above-mentioned people.
5 To arrange training and education of the destitute and the handicapped particularly women and children.
6 To nurture civic sense in the general masses to enable them to be good and dutiful human beings and citizens.
7 To inculcate in the masses a sense of responsibility to fight against illiteracy, poverty, hunger, disease, social evils, and natural calamities.
8 To arrange means and resources for social welfare and run such programs aimed at the well-being of the masses.
9 To enable the people to arrange and undertake training and sources of their own with aid and assistance to alleviate poverty and corruption.
10 To help the old, the sick, and the displaced with shelter, food, and medical care.
11 To enable the people to be self-sufficient and resourceful to overcome disability and catastrophe.
12 To establish educational institutions, book banks, libraries, hostels, technical and medical centers for learning and training, hospitals for treatment, industrial homes, nursing homes, vocational training centers, and tuition centers for the benefit of the residents of the area in particular and others in general.
13 To create a spirit of mutual help and consideration with tolerance for each other.
14 To undertake the arrangements for funeral and coffin carriers for the dead bodies.
15 To provide stipends and financial help to the orphan, the widows, and the needy students for accomplishing their education.
16 To collect, receive, accept, manage, and disburse funds, gifts, donations, grants, charity, alms, endowments, and subscriptions for the welfare programs.
17 To collect hide and skins or any other immovable or moveable property from all sources by lawful means within and out of the country to utilize the same for the welfare and well-being of the needy.
18 To arrange loans and financial assistance to the people in need so that they should get on their own soon to earn their livelihood respectably.
19 To establish blood banks.
20 To form and constitute committees to settle down petty disputes in the society amicably.
21 To provide free legal aid if it is genuinely needed.
22 To cooperate and coordinate with any government, semi, autonomous bodies, and NGOs in achieving the aforesaid aims and objectives.
23 To struggle to remove all sorts of injustice, discrimination, discrepancy, or-regulatory, usurpation, anomalies, exploitation, and deprivation of human rights.
24 To fight against violation negation and usurpation.
25 To promote religion and impart knowledge of religion.
26 To print, publish and propagate the holy Quran, the Holy Traditions of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him).

Three Trucks with Needed things have already been sent to the worse hit areas.   More than PRs Thirty Million worth goods of needed things has reached the affected areas Alhamdulillah, which included:
Tents: 5000
Sleeping Bags: 6000
Blankets: 12000
Cotton Blankets: 5500
Socks: 4000
Biscuits: 8000 Cartons
Milk (Liquid):7000 Cartons
Milk (Dried):500 Kg.
Mansehra, Batgaram, Balakot, Muzaffarabad, Shankliari, Shangla, Ugi, Neelam Valley, Baagh, Alai, Kala Dhaka, Batal.

The devastated Areas of the Earthquake:
The Welfare Trust in the month of last Ramadhan sent a fact-finding mission the earthquake devastated areas in the North. The mission made its observation of the need of the people. The welfare cooperated with the people by sending 50 trucks of goods of daily use to the destitute people for their needs every day. The consignment included:

1 Sheet of aluminum
2 Folding houses.
3 Plastic floormate
4 Blankets
5 Quilts
6 Woolen clothes
7 Tents
8 Flour, lentils, rice, tea, sugar, powder milk
9 Biscuits for children
10 Utensils
11 Shoes
12 Medicines
More than three hundred million rupees goods were distributed to the people of Muzaffarabad, GarhiHabibullah, Mansehra, Butgram, Muree, Allai, and other remote areas by the Welfare Trust.

The Welfare Trust is in immediate need to run some of the following projects for the betterment of the people who look forward to your help and assistance. Much work is needed to be still done in the devastated areas of the earthquake because:

1 People have lost their properties.
2 The bread earner of the family is killed in the earthquake.
3 The dowry prepared for the marriages of daughters has been destroyed. The home industry is destroyed.
4 Educational institutions are destroyed.

So, guardians are needed to the desolate houses as the sources of income are finished. Everyday needs such as food and education for the children are non-available. Daughters need dowry to get married. The welfare has prepared a package for the earthquake-affected areas:

1 Livelihood and provision per house: Rs.5, 000/- monthly.
2 Educational expenditure: Rs.1, 000/- monthly.
3 Dowry: Rs.28,000/-
4 Cost of house building: Rs.60,000/-

The Earthquake Ridden Children:
The 2005 earthquake destroyed almost everything and rendered many children destitute. The welfare took care of 400 children spending Rs.1200/- for each child monthly. They are being provided free education of both kinds the religious and the contemporary. Monthly stipends are also being provided to them. The welfare looks forward to adopting hundreds of this kind of children but only financial constraints hamper to do so.

Victims of the Torrential Rain:
The recent devastating rain left its victims to nothing. The welfare provided ration and goods of daily use to the victims, particularly in the rural area. There is a dire need for their permanent settlement. It could be achieved by providing them. Rs.3000/- each house.

Binoria Medical Center:
It undertakes 300 patients daily with free medical treatment costing the welfare Rs.5, 00,000/- monthly. A full-fledged and fully equipped hospital is under construction with a 250-bed facility which needs a huge cost in millions. All sort of test facilities is available to the patients. Many male and female doctors/physicians keep on it running 24 hours a day.

Binoria Ambulance Service:
The Welfare Trust has recently started its ambulance service. This ambulance service is provided free of cost to the needy and the poor. The welfare trust needs 10 ambulances at once to cater to the need of the patients and the victims. An ambulance is off the price of Rs.450, 000/- The welfare will assign five ambulances to all big hospitals under the trust. Generous and wealthy persons are requested to help the welfare in this regard to help the suffering humanity.

Dowry Scheme:
Poverty hampers many families to get their girls married because of not arranging dowry. It is even worse in the earthquake-hit areas. The welfare provided a dowry to 500 girls last year to get them married. This year it has an even extended program of such nature and to arrange dowry for 1,000/- girls. The estimated cost of one girl’s dowry is Rs.88, 000/-

Scholarships for Students:
The Welfare Trust has announced a monthly package of scholarships with books and a monthly stipend for the students – male and female – of seminaries, schools and universities. It is to help to make education for all and consequently gainful employment to each one.   An IT course is also been undertaking by the welfare in and out of Karachi seminaries’ students.

The Welfare of our senior citizens is an incumbent responsibility upon every one of us. Islam has taught its followers, the importance of caring for respecting our elders; in fact, Islam teaches Muslims to learn from their past experiences, their losses & their victories. Elders, because of their knowledge & experience command a high status of value within Islam, and just as a man’s age increases, Islam increasingly stresses the importance of respecting & caring for our elders.

The economical nose-dive of today’s world, along with its high prices and impoverished society along with other similar issues are taking their toll & effecting our elderly, not to mentioning the founding of nursing homes and other such centers, which are becoming more commonly used with each passing day, our elderly are being cot from our societies and being inserted into such homes.

The situation has even reached the point where Muslims are participating in extracting their elderly folk as such when in reality being enrolled into such a home is a source of disrespect for the admitted. Stories of the pains and dread suffered by the elderly within such homes are well-known, let alone the disgrace they are faced with by their own families in their own homes.

In consideration of these issues, the founder of Binoria International, Mufti Muhammad Naeem has set-up a new department under the Binoria Welfare Trust called “Binoria Senior Citizen Village for our suffering senior citizens, wherever in the world they might live.

A multi-million rupee project that will offer elderly folks, caring for a decent & friendly environment with excellent service.

1. Any person that is currently admitted to any old house or nursing home.
2. Any such person, regardless of where he lives, wishing to live a good retirement.
3. Any such person who wishes to spend his life in a calm & peaceful environment.
4. Any such person who is searching for an environment contusive for research & studies. If you are one of above mentioned

If you fit the above-mentioned criteria, then the doors of Binoria Senior Citizen Village are wide open for you and you may reap from our many benefits.


1 Excellent living room with AC +Heater + Fridge + attach bath + Kitchen.
2 Healthy drinking water.
3 Backup power sources.
4 24-hour active staff & personal servant facility is also available.
5 Delivery arrangement from Binoria restaurant and Binoria supermarket with intercom service.
6 Large pray hall & library
7Special Islamic Education set up for senior citizens.
8 Possibilities for attending the pilgrimage of hajj
9 Available Binoria Medical Service & Binoria Ambulance Service.

With many other necessities that require our everyday attention. Interested clients should contact us without delay. Rooms are available at @5,000 PKR a month. Reservation of furnished rooms is available against a sum of 600,000.00 PKR as advance (Adjustable).

Those who are interested should fill out our form and send it back to one of the following addresses:

Postal Address:

Binoria International, Near SITE Police Station, S.I.T.E., Karachi No: 16 Pakistan.

Molana Ghulam Rasool (Administrator Jamia Binoria International)

(92) 0300 8249884, (92) 0321 2438129

Jamia Binoria International (Landlines)

(92) 021 2575599, (92) 021 2575522 (92) 021 2560300, (92) 021 2560400, (92) 021 2575228, (92) 021 2575229
Fax 🙁 92) 021 2564586

Binoria Institute of Information Technology exists to educate and train those promising and ambitious students who want to succeed and excel in their chosen fields and career, including computing and IT, and want self-development to explore potential positions of responsibility after successful completion of recognized short term and long term courses.


The following main goals serve as our guiding principles

1 To promote Islamic accent on enlightenment through a firm effort to make our students and faculties compatible with the material and spiritual progress of mankind.
2 To provide state of the art educational and lab facilities and a conducive environment to students and staff for their professional and personality development.
3 Promote academic excellence and provide an opportunity to enhance student’s skills that will empower them to reach their potential;

Binoria Institute of Information Technology offers the following long term and Short Term courses:

The diploma information Technology program from the technical board is specially designed for basic concepts about computer and IT who would like to convert their career into the computer science field.

The diploma in Information Technology provides a basic knowledge of computer science and Information Technology that enables the students to know about the basic concept of IT, Computer Hardware and Software, networking, Internet, Programming and Database Management System.


1 12 years of education
2 FA, FSc, D.Com, ICS, Associate Diploma.
3 Result awaiting student can also apply

Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) Part – I

First Semester

Course Contents – Part – I
Introduction to Information Technology
Office Automation and Internet
Web Designing & Desktop Publishing
Data Structure and C /C++ Programming
Operating System & Proxy Server (MCP Track)
Windows Server 2003, ISA 2000 Server (SP 1)
Core Hardware & PC Maintenance (A+ Certification)

Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) Part – II

Second Semester

Course Contents – Part – II
Business Communication
Networking with Red Hat Linux & Wireless Network
Java2 (Application & Applet) & E-Commerce
(SCJP Preparation)
Microsoft VB.Net & ASP.Net(MCSD Track)
Database (SQL Server) & Information System
Live Project

Course Details:

1 Year – 3 Days Per Week
Fee Structure:
Admission Fee: 1000

Registration Fee: 1000

Per Month: 1200
Weekdays Batches :
Thursday – Friday-Saturday

Morning : 9:00 – 12:00

Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday

Afternoon : 2:00 – 5:00

Evening : 7:00 – 10:00
Batch Size:
5-20 candidates per batch

This is an excellent IT Training Program specially designed for those students who have appeared in their Matriculation Examination and are waiting for their results. Computer knowledge is now necessary for every individual everyone must know about how computers can be beneficial for him or her in one or more ways.


·         All students & individuals.

·         No Prior Computer knowledge is required.

The Course consists of two levels:


Consists of Office Automation Course as well as introducing programming concepts to the students.

·         Introduction to Information Technology

·         Windows 7 / Windows 98 Introduction

·         Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint & Excel)

·         Microsoft FrontPage

·         MS Access

Level 2:

Is an advanced course includes tools used for designing a complete multimedia web site? Other than that, this course introduces students to database concepts and the role they played in everyday life.

·         Concepts of Programming

·         HTML

·         Macromedia Flash & Dreamweaver

·         Adobe Photoshop

·         Project

Course Details:

6 Months
2 Days Per Week
120 Hrs in each Level
Fee Structure:
Admission Fee: 1000

Registration Fee: 1000

Per Month: 1200
Weekdays Batches :
Thursday – Friday

Morning : 10:00 – 1:00

Monday – Tuesday

Afternoon : 3:00 – 6:00

Evening : 7:00 – 10:00
Batch Size:
5-20 candidates per batch

You, Will, Learn How To:

·         Build multitier .NET applications in Visual Basic from reusable software components

·         Design object-oriented components with inheritance and polymorphism

·         Exploit advanced language features, including interfaces, generics, and exceptions

·         Build middle-tier components that access data with ADO.NET and LINQ

·         Design and code Windows and Web user interfaces

Course Benefits:

Visual Basic enables programmers to effectively exploit the .NET runtime environment. This course provides the knowledge and techniques needed to build distributed Visual Basic applications. You develop the skills required to take advantage of a combination of component- and object-oriented syntax in VB to achieve increased reusability.

Who Should Attend?

Anyone interested in .NET programming with Visual Basic. Familiarity with a modern programming language such as Visual Basic (any version), C#, Java, or C++ is assumed

Course Contents:

Developing Multitier Applications

·         Dividing logical layers into multiple components

·         Reusing components with different UIs

·         Persisting component data into databases

The .NET Framework

Common Language Runtime (CLR)

·         CLR architecture and services

·         Compiling VB code into Intermediate Language

Key Visual Basic Advantages

User interface design

·         Web and Windows Forms and controls

·         Automating data-driven application construction

·         Leveraging data binding with binding sources

·         Web Forms with ASP.NET

·         Validating Web Forms declaratively

VB language enhancements

·         Type inference and anonymous types

·         XML literals

Object-Oriented Programming




Exceptions and Events

Designing and consuming events

·         Responding to UI control interaction

·         Creating custom business object events

·         Handling events dynamically and statically

·         Applying With Events and Handles

Data Manipulation with ADO.NET

The ADO.NET model

·         Working with SQL Server

·         Connected vs. disconnected approaches

·         The System. Data namespace

Programming ADO.NET objects

Programming Language Integrated Query (LINQ)

Deploying Visual Basic Applications

Course Details:

2 Months
2 Days Per Week
2.5Hrs in Per Day
Course Fee
Weekend Batches :
Saturday, Sunday

9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
(Flexible Hrs)
Weekdays Batches
Thursday – Friday

9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
(Flexible Hrs)
Batch Size:
5-20 candidates per batch

You, Will, Learn How To:

·         Build dynamic Web applications with ASP.NET and Visual Studio

·         Create consistent user interfaces with Master pages, Themes, and Skins

·         Retrieve, modify and report on data from any data source

·         Program common application tasks including master-detail pages with minimal code

·         Secure access to the application using Web Forms authentication

·         Generate multiple displays on a single page with templates

Course Benefits

ASP.NET enables developers to build dynamic Web applications and sophisticated user interfaces with minimal code. In this course, you gain the skills needed to develop and deploy Web applications with ASP.NET. You learn how to build sophisticated user interfaces by configuring controls and extending them with custom code. You also learn how to integrate data access with data-source controls.

Who Should Attend

Those who are interested in building Web applications with ASP.NET. Experience programming in a modern object-oriented language and an understanding of HTML are assumed.

Course Contents:

Getting Started with ASP.NET

·         Constructing Web Forms with ASP.NET controls

·         Developing with Visual Studio

·         Debugging with Visual Studio Development Webserver

·         Applying the common Web Form controls

Architecting the User Interface (UI)

Designing with Master Pages

·         Ensuring uniform page layout

·         Devising site templates

·         Extending Master pages with custom properties

Data-driven site navigation

·         Implementing ASP.NET Menu, TreeView, and SiteMapPath controls

·         Defining your site structure using SiteMaps

·         Dynamically moving between pages in code

Standardizing the UI

·         Styling controls with Skins

·         Building Themes from Skins and CSS

Retrieving and Updating Data

Exploiting the design-time environment

·         Connecting to data with ASP.NET Data Source controls

·         Binding data to Web Form controls

·         Automating data access with Grid View, ListView, and Detail View

·         Sorting and paging with Grid View, ListView and Data Pager

Modifying data

Data bind to middle-tier business objects

Code-free declarative data binding

Updating, deleting, and inserting records with two-way data binding

Integrating custom update code


·         Delivering reports with Crystal Reports

·         Generating selection criteria for filtering data

·         Reporting from dynamically cached data

Enhancing Web Pages

Building master-detail pages

·         Parameterizing the data source

·         Customizing Data Views with templates

·         Coordinating master-detail views

Creating reusable UI components

·         Building user controls

·         Incorporating data retrieval into user controls

Securing the Application

Controlling site access

·         Configuring Web Forms authentication and authorization

·         Administering users and roles

·         Establishing user profiles

Leveraging the Login controls

·         Authenticating users with the Login control

·         Login View

·         Login Status

·         Login Name

Customizing security

·         Integrating with Active Directory

·         Configuring the security provider to take control of authentication

·         Accessing user and role information from code

Maintaining State

Managing user information

·         Inserting data into the View State

·         Employing user variables with Sessions

Caching application information

·         Programmatically caching business objects

·         Dealing with stale data

Improving Application Functionality

Validating data

·         Validator controls: Required, Range, Comparison, Summary, Regular Expression

·         Implementing business rules with the Custom Validator

·         Setting cursor focus on error

Simplifying complex processes

·         Sequencing tasks with the Wizard control

·         Partitioning data with Multiview

Handling common tasks

·         Sending e-mail

·         Uploading files

·         Accepting dates through the Calendar control

Deploying Your Application

·         The ASP.NET compilation model

·         Publishing your Web site

PHP is a computer scripting language originally designed for producing dynamic web pages. The name PHP is a recursive acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor.

Course Details:

The PHP course teaches you the foundations of PHP programming that will enable you to develop dynamic webpages.

Who should attend?

The PHP course targets Programmers and Developers who would like to gain knowledge in developing dynamic webpages.


·         What is a programming language

·         What is PHP

·         Syntax

·         First Program

Data Types

·         Data types in PHP

·         How to assign a datatype?

·         Type Casting

·         Determining the datatype


·         What is a variable and how to declare a variable

·         Naming conventions


·         Description

·         Three different ways string can be declared

·         String concatenation

·         String modification

Regular Expressions

·         Introduction

·         Using regular expression in PHP


·         Arithmetic operators

·         Assignment operators

·         Logical operators

Conditional statements

·         If else statements

·         Else if statement

·         Switch statement

Looping statements

·         While loop

·         For loop

·         For each loop


·         Introduction to Arrays

·         Numeric Arrays

·         Associative Arrays

·         Multidimensional Arrays


·         Function arguments

·         passing arguments by value

·         passing by reference,

·         default argument values

·         Returning value

·         variable functions

·         Internal built-in functions.

PHP Forms

·         Creating an HTML Form

·         Form Handling

·         Showing, validating, and processing a PHP form


·         File handling

·         Introduction

·         Opening a file

·         Creating, reading, and writing to a file

·         Copying and Deleting a file

·         File Upload

·         Create a script to upload file

·         Safe practices to follow

·         Saving uploaded file


·         What is a cookie?

·         Create cookies.

·         Create a permanent cookie.

·         Retrieve a cookie value.

·         Delete a cookie


·         What is the PHP Sessions variable?

·         Starting a session on the webpage.

·         Storing a session variable.

·         Destroying the session variable.

Course Details:

4 Months
3 Days Per Week
1.5 Hrs. in Per Day
Course Fee

9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
(Flexible Hrs.)
Weekdays Batches
Thursday – Friday

9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
(Flexible Hrs.)
Batch Size:
5-20 candidates per batch

Joomla/Mambo is a free software / open-source content management system (CMS) for creating and managing websites through a simple web interface. It has attracted many users due to its ease of use. In Mambo, you can add content within seconds. You have many free functionalities included with Mambo like shopping cards, mailing lists, banner ads, etc. Mambo can provide RSS feeds, PDF versions of pages, news flashes, blogs, internet forums, polls, calendars, website searching, language internationalization.

Course Duration:1 week

Course-Fee: Rs. 1000


·         C – Structured Programming

·         C++ – Object-Oriented Programming

·         Java (Basic Java Course)

Duration 3 months:

This course is designed for those who have just basic computer knowledge and they want to become brilliant in Graphic Designing

The course outline has been described in detail and in a more appropriate way covering different areas of Web Designing.


·         Introduction

·         Graphic Designing Method

·         Designing for Print Media

·         Urdu Composing, Formatting & Processing with IN page (Tools, Paragraph & Formatting,

·         Tables, Style Sheet, Master Page)

·         Corel Draw

·         Corel Trace

Duration 4 months:

This course is designed for those who have just basic computer knowledge and they want to become brilliant in Web Designing

The course outline has been described in detail and in a more appropriate way covering different areas of Web Designing.


·         Adobe Photoshop

·         Adobe Flash with Action Scripts

·         Adobe Dream Weaver

·         HTML/ DHTML/CSS

·         XHTML (Advance CSS with DIV)

·         Java Script

This course is important for anyone involved in configuration, installation, troubleshooting, or maintaining a PC at home as well as for an enterprise organization.


·         You get strong computer hardware knowledge

·         You can easily upgrade your PC (Personal Computer)

·         You can diagnose and troubleshoot  your PC (Personal Computer)

Duration: 3 month


·         Core Module  :

·         Up-gradation

·         Assembling / De-assembling

·         Diagnostics technique

·         Precaution/Preventive maintenance

·         Troubleshooting
Network (Physical)

O/ S Module:

·         Introduction to the Operating System

·         Working Concept

·         Configuration and Installation

·         Up-gradation

·         Device Drivers Installation/Configuration

·         Diagnostic Techniques

·         Network (Logical)

·         Internet


The students may collect the Admission Form and prospectus from the office of the Institute against payment of Rs.200. The form properly filled, along with required documents should be submitted by the date mentioned therein.

Submission of admission form & fee:

3 passport size Photographs, a Copy of the Marks Sheet, and a Character certificate of the last school are to be submitted along with the form & prescribed fee.

Terms & conditions of admission

Fee payment:

1. Fee once paid is not refundable in any case.

2. Monthly Fee must be paid in advance by the 10th of each month.

3. A late fee of Rs.50/= will be charged if the fee is deposited after the 10th but by the 15th of any month and a late fee of Rs.150/- will be charged after the 15th.

4. If a student fails to pay his dues by the last of the month the name of the student may be dropped from our roll.

Attendance:  (For DIT and CIT Students)

The students must be regular and punctual. Latecomers may be denied entry into college premises. Students maintaining 80% attendance will be entitled to appear in Board Exam.

Any absence from the Institute should be supported by a written application properly signed by the parent/guardian.

Id card:

All the students will be provided an ID Card.

Online admission:

Students can take online admission at the following address:

World-renowned Binoria International University is offering online classes for students around the world. Alhamdulillah, the first of the courses to be offered is Quran Classes for all levels starting from the very beginning where the alphabet and basic reading is being taught to complete novices (Qaida and Nazra) to very advanced programs for Tajweed (proper pronunciation) and Hifz (memorization). Do not miss this opportunity and register yourself or your children to learn the Quran from the comfort of your home.

We offer personalized classes for each student, assigning one teacher per student for the whole session.
Students have the flexibility to start either from the beginning of each course or may join anywhere in between. There will be an initial assessment of the ability to determine where to begin their initial lessons. 
All age groups can benefit equally from our classes.
An easy, convenient, and affordable way to learn the Quran within the comfort of your home and at your convenience.
 Learn Islam On-Line from highly Qualified and Experienced English and Arabic speaking Islamic Scholars.

For the first time, Jamia Binoria International is offering online classes catering to all age groups. Whether the men in your family are interested in increasing their knowledge of Tafseer or Hadith or the women are interested in delving into Fiqh areas specific to women’s needs or you’d like your dream of making your child a hafiz or qari to become a reality, we have a course that is perfect for each of your needs.

Basic Qaida (Beginners Arabic Alphabet) Course:

This is the world-famous Qaida course that teaches absolute beginners how to read the Arabic alphabet – traditionally the first thing kids learn when starting to learn to read the Quran. This course is a pre-requisite for the Nazra Quran Course and students have to show mastery of the Arabic Alphabet (recognizing, reading, pronouncing, and joining Arabic letters to form words) before they can be enrolled in the Nazra Quran Course.

Nazra Al-Quraan (Reading) Course:

This is generally the basic course required to teach the students how to read the Quran in its original Arabic text. The course builds on the Beginners Arabic Alphabet Course to teach how to read any verse from the Quran with confidence. To enroll for this course, students either have to complete the Beginners Arabic Course or demonstrate the ability to recognize, read, pronounce, and join Arabic letters to form words in the assessment test. Understanding the rules of joining the alphabets to form words and pronouncing them correctly as well as where to pause and where not to pause is taught in this course.

Hifz Al-Quraan (Memorization) Course:

This course is for advanced students who are interested in memorizing some or part of the Quran. The course assumes that the students have mastered the Arabic alphabet and has either gone through the Nazra Quran course or has demonstrated the ability to read the Quran properly in the assessment test. Depending on the intention, commitment, and ability of the student, this course can be catered to memorize the last juz (Juz 30) or selected Surahs (Chapters) of the Quran (i.e. Surah Yusuf, Surah Kahaf, Surah Yasin, Surah Waqiah, Surah Mulk, etc.).

Tajweed Al-Quraan Course:

This course is for the advanced students who are interested in learning to recite the Quran following all the rules of correct pronouncing and beautification of the recitation as taught by various world-famous Qaris. This course covers the entire text of the Ahkam At-Tajwid book which will make you or your child into a beautiful reciter of the Quran which can make you experience the reading of the Quraan in the way it is intended.

Arabic Language Course:

Arabic is the language of the Quraan and Hadith and is part of our religion. JamiaBinoria International is pleased to present an online class that is perfect for teaching Arabic for the Quraan to Arabs and non-Arabs alike.

Tafseer Al-Quraan Course:

Tafseer is the study of the interpretation of the Quraan through various collections of volumes such as Tafseer IbnKatheer, Tafseer Jalalain, and others.

Hadith Course:

Hadith is the study of the sayings and the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) from a selection of volumes of Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, ShamailTirmidhi, SunanIbnMajah, Sunan Abu Dawud, Muwatta Imam Malik, Musnad Imam Ahmad, and more.

Fiqh Course

Fiqh is the study of Islamic jurisprudence. This course concentrates on the study of what is Halal (permissible) and Haram (not permissible) in ibadat (worship), muamalat (dealing with each other), ikhlaaq (character), and muashrah (society). Topics include relationships (marriages, divorces, spouses, in-laws, etc.), businesses and money, food, clothing, and more.

Aqaid Course:

Aqaid is the study of the correct Islamic beliefs. It consists of an in-depth study of the six tents of faith (belief in Allah, in the Angels, in the Books, in the Prophets, the Divine Decree, and the Resurrection after Death).

1. Mufti Ejazullah Khan
Hadees Teacher
MA, Ph.D. (Islamic Jurisprudence)

2. Maulana Wasim Mevati
Tafseer Al-Quraan Teacher
MA (Islamiat)

3. Maulana Shabbir
Arabic Language Teacher
MA (Islamiat, Arabic)

4. Maulana Sakhawatullah Nomani
Tajweed Al-Quraan, Tahfeez Al-Quraan Teacher
MA (Islamiat)

5. Maulana Masood Baig
Fiqh & Aqaid Teacher
MA, Ph.D. (Arabic, Islamiat)


The only eatery to suit your taste Binoria Restaurant is the only halfway decent eats out place in the whole SITE area. The food quality at Binoria is quite good, the menu boasts of a variety of “exquisite” Afghan, Pakistani, Chinese, continental, and fast food ranges, most of the regular patrons order the hands.

Here about 5,000 students would be educated from 6th to 10th grade with compulsory Islamic education.

Binoria Medical Complex
Where Facilities Like An Ultra Sound Clinical Laboratory, X-Ray, E.C.G. Etc. Will Be Provided Free To Needy Patients. The Services Of Qualified Doctors And Experienced Surgeons Will Also Be Made Available And A 100-Bed Hospital Will Also Be Established.

Where admissions will be given to 200 students who are God-fearing and who want to serve humanity selflessly without any worldly greed.

In this institute, 500 students would be admitted with a nominal fee.

Binoria Technical Centre
In this center, students will be trained in different technical trades so that they can respectably earn their livelihood.

The main aim for the establishment of this college is to provide the opportunity for Ulama (who have already completed their religious education) to get traditional academic education and participate in the C.S.P. examination. After successful completion of the C.S.P. examination, they may Join the Civil Services of Pakistan to eliminate corruption and malpractice from Pakistani society. The need for such a college was being felt long before, but due to financial constraints, this could not be possible. Now through the efforts and influence of some wise persons, land for the above projects, has been acquired near Jamia Binoria.

Ground Floor: Office of the Chancellor of Jamia, Reception of Jamia, Guest Rooms, Computer Section, Accounts Section, Publication Section, Office of Al-Binoria Magazines, Admission Office for Girl’s Section, Accounts Office for Girl’s Section.

1st Floor (Foreign Students Dept.): Classes of Books Section (Kutub), Hostel for students of Books Section.

2nd Floor (Foreign Students Dept.): Hostel for students of Hifz Section, Office for In charge of Hifz Classes.

Ground Floor: Dining hall & kitchen.

1st Floor: Classes of Hifz.

Ground Floor: Dining hall & a kitchen for Native Students.

1st Floor: Office of the In-charge of Hostels for Foreign Students.

2nd Floor: Office of the Admin. Education of Foreign Students Department.

Ground Floor: Office of the Admin. Education of Native Students Department, Classes for Books Section, Dar-ul-Ifta (Section of Jurisprudence), Library.

1st Floor: Office of the Incharge of Classes for Books Section.

2nd Floor: Office of the In Charge of Hostel for Books Section, Hostel for Books Section.

3rd Floor: Office of the Incharge of Hifz Section, Office of the Incharge of Hostel for Hifz Section, Hostel for students of Hifz Section, Classes for Hifz Section.

Ground Floor: Office of the Admin. Education of Girls Section, Library, Kitchen, Dining Hall, Classes for Hifz, Classes for Foreign Students and Classes for Books.

5 thoughts on “What Jamia Binoria is Doing”

  1. MashALLAH, it deserves appreciation!!! May Allah grant you people highest rank in this world n in jannah as well. Your fortitude, efforts with helping hand for this organization with great determination is superb. ALLAH will definitely undoubtedly reward you its outcome soon inshaALLAH.

  2. Outstanding post however , I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this subject? I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Thanks!

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