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1. The Islamic International School - Mumbai, is managed by the IRF Educational Trust (Regd. Public     Trust No. E-14436 [Bom]). It has been conceived, planned and developed by Dr. Zakir Naik,     Chairman of the IRF Educational Trust and President of the Islamic Research Foundation, Mumbai. He     has visited several Islamic and educational institutions worldwide and interacted with many experts     on school and university education to grasp their approach towards Islamic orientation, teaching     methodology, curriculum implementation and management. The progressive and innovative insights     gained from these meetings led to the birth and development of the IIS.

2. The Islamic International School provides Muslim children excellent quality education for their overall     development. They are taught moral values, self-discipline and various skills to face the dynamic     challenges and opportunities of life with care, confidence and commitment.

3. The school provides an environment in which the students can learn, understand and practice their "way of     life" - Islam, as they strive for excellence in subjects like Mathematics, Science, English, Business Studies,     ICT (Information and Communication Technology), History, Geography and others. It moulds students'     the personalities according to righteous Islamic tenets and inculcates in them the values and concepts of     compassion, truthfulness and universal brotherhood.

4. Superior quality teaching and excellent facilities at the school enhance the students' striving for educational excellence. Alhamdulillah, the academic     curriculum at the Islamic International School is better than most reputed English medium schools, as well as more comprehensive than the curriculums at     most Islamic religious schools.

5. Societal influences upon a child should be analysed critically. An unIslamic environment can result in the corruption of a virtuous Muslim's Islamic     understanding, upbringing and values. It is therefore recommended that Muslim parents educate their children in an Islamic school to prevent them from     falling prey to the bad influences and immorality prevalent in society.

6. English as the medium of instruction and Arabic as a compulsory language. In addition to formal subjects such as:

• English • Mathematics • Science • History • Geography • Language • ICT (Information and Communication Technology) • Business Studies

Subjects related to Islamic Studies too are taught, namely:

• Arabic Language • Tajweed and Qiraat • Hifz of the Qur'an • Qur’an Studies • Hadith Studies • Seerah of the Prophet • Shariah • Da'wah and others.

7. Formal subjects being taught in correlation to their Islamic context and references too.

8. Dedicated and qualified teachers for all subjects, including graduates from the Islamic University of Madinah and Cairo to teach Arabic and Islamic     Studies.

9. Full time Child Psychologist, for child counseling.

10. Modern information and communication technology and audio-visual facilities to impart education.

11. Extra-curricular activities like ‘Annual Sports’, ‘Public Speaking’ and ‘Listening Skills’ workshops for students, as well as ‘Personal Effectiveness’ and       ‘Upbringing Children’ workshops for parents.

12. Training in Martial Arts (Karate) and Swimming, with separate timings for boys and girls, to enhance their physical fitness.

13. Air-conditioned and well-equipped Class-rooms to facilitate students' learning, comfort and concentration.

14. Regular Medical Check-ups by a reputed Pediatrician.

15. Approximately 24 students per class, to facilitate better student-teacher relationship and individual attention to students.

16. One of the world's largest and best collections of Children's Books on Islam, Islamic Games for childrens Islamic CD-ROMs for children Islamic       Audio & Video DVDs.

17. Congregational prayers offered daily in the school by students.

18. Students are encouraged to learn and inculcate proper Islamic etiquettes.

19. Uniforms according to Islamic guidelines.

20. Nutritious mid-day eatables provided during short-break.

21. Classes from Nursery to Grade 12.

22. Co-education only till pre-primary section. Separate premises for boys and girls in the secondary section.