The primary objective of this course is to help students recite Quran in the way it is to be recited. The experienced teachers teach the students regarding the rules that need to be followed in order to recite the words and verses properly.

Different Pronounciation Variations

Students are also familiarized with pause and continuation signs in verses that help in better recitation

Better Recitation

Students are also familiarized with pause and continuation signs in verses that help in better recitation.

Different Rules of Tajweed

Different rules of tajweed like Ikhfa Meem Saakin, Qalb, Ghunna and so on all are taught to the students.


Tajweed is the set of rules governing the pronunciation and recitation of the Quran. A course in Quran with Tajweed would teach students the proper pronunciation and recitation of the Quran according to these rules. The course also covers the rules of elongation, pause, pronunciation of the letters, and other elements of Tajweed. This type of course is offered in Islamic centres or online and is led by a qualified teacher with expertise in Tajweed and Quran recitation.

Major Modules Of Tajweed Course

  • The different types of Quran letters and their pronunciation.
  • The characteristics of each letter and how to articulate them properly.
  • The rules of Waqf (stopping) and how to properly pause and continue recitation.
  • The rules of Madd (lengthening) and how to elongate certain sounds.
  • The rules of Idgham (merging) and how to merge two or more sounds together.
  • The rules of Qalqalah (vibration) and how to pronounce letters with a slight vibration.
  • The rules of Noon and Meem Sakinah (nasalization) and how to properly nasalize these letters.
  • The rules of Raa (pronunciation) and how to properly pronounce this letter.
  • Personalized Teaching

    Students of different levels of proficiency and pace of learning will be accommodated. Maximum individual attention and guidance from the instructors.
  • Feedback and Assessment:

    Students will receive regular feedback and assessment from the instructor to monitor their progress and identify areas for improvement. Regular assessments, quizzes or recitation tests, to evaluate student learning and provide motivation for continued progress.