A Comprehensive Study Guide for All the Streams except IAP and MAIS
- Once the payment is confirmed and logged in to your profile, you may proceed to enroll in the selected courses. Based on the confirmation of payment, you may enroll using the following portals:
- Course Enrollment Portal: This portal remains accessible throughout the enrollment period. The enrollment period is as follows:
Spring Semester: March 1 - 30
Fall Semester: September 1- 30
- Early Enrollment Portal: You may use this portal to enroll during all non-regular enrollment periods (i.e., except the month of March and September). This will give you access to the courses without waiting for the commencement of the next semester’s enrollment period. For more details regarding the early enrollment, please click here.
Once your enrollment is complete, you need to log out of the Campus site and log in again to access the courses.
- You may access your enrolled courses by clicking "My Courses" tab located at the top of the Campus page.
2. Click on the name of the course to access the relevant course page.
3.The course material consists of:
- Course Text in PDF:The basic texts used for teaching the course are downloadable, printable PDF files. The supplementary reading texts are also indicated, however, there are no PDF files available for it. Please note that we do not provide hard copies of the study material.
- Course Details in PDF: This includes the syllabus, the name of the course instructor, details of the teachers assigned to the course, and other corresponding information.
- Recorded Sessions: (video and audio) contains content of the actual classes taught on the subject. We recommend that the students watch the videos at least once. The content of the audio is same as the video - it is just an extraction.
- Supplementary Recorded Sessions: are the yesteryear's recordings of live sessions which students can use for further reference.
4. The course material is available for download from the course page.
5. Each course consists of 20-30 recorded module video sessions and recorded supplementary sessions, which can also be downloaded so that you may study offline as well.
6. Video and audio recordings are available for each module. The content of both, the video and the audio, are the same. So you may either watch the video or hear the audio at your convenience.
- You should begin your studies by watching the video or listening to the audio recording and reading the corresponding text of Module 1.
- In addition, to have a clear understanding, it is recommended to watch the recorded supplementary session corresponding to the module.
- After having thoroughly studied Module 1, you should take the Module 1 test. The test consists of five multiple-choice questions and the test score is displayed immediately after the test attempt. [Note: There is no passing mark for each individual test, rather, 15% aggregate of all the tests together is added to the final course grade.]
- After completing the Module 1 test, you should proceed to Module 2 and follow the same procedure as for Module 1 until the end of the course.
- The number of modules that has to be completed before the midterm exams, i.e., pre-midterm modules, and the number of modules that has to be completed after the midterm exams, i.e., post-midterm modules can be checked from the “Components” section of the course page located at the right-hand side.
7. The assignments are released in the 3rd week of March and September, Insha Allah. You may check the exact release date here. The assignment link is below the pre-midterm modules. Please check this link for further details regarding the assignment.
8. Module tests and midterm exams can be taken at home within the prescribed time period. For the current semester’s midterm and final exam dates, click here. The final exams must be taken only in an IOU approved exam center. There are hundreds of designated IOU centers across the globe. You may look for a center near your home and register it. If there is no IOU approved exam center nearby, you can suggest an exam center and if eligible, we will approve it, even if you are the only student taking exams in it, in sha Allah. The exam center registration details can be accessed here.
9. All the module tests, assignments, final exams have due dates and deadlines, which the student has to abide by. The due dates can be verified in the “Event Schedule,” which is available on “My Home” or here.
10. There are forums on the course page, which are helpful in enhancing the student’s study experience.
11. You can check the grades section for each course in the respective course page itself. Please check the following GIF to know more.
Live Sessions Overview
- There are two live sessions held per semester for each course, one before the midterm exam and the other before the final exam. You may clarify your doubts in these sessions. Attending them is not mandatory and you may also watch the recorded sessions.
- For the Tajweed courses, three live sessions are held each week in which students are required to recite the Quran to their teachers. For further details regarding the Tajweed course guide, please visit this link.
- For the master's program and the courses that are offered for the first time in the undergraduate program, two live sessions are held each week for each course. You are required to attend one of these sessions either live or view its recording later to obtain a 5% class participation mark.
Important Instructions regarding Exams/Tests
- All tests and exams are closed book. You should not refer to the books or notes while attempting the tests.
- You can contact your course faculty for any clarifications or doubts, that you have regarding the course materials. Please check this link to know the Teacher contact details in each course page.
- However, the course teacher is not permitted to reveal the correct answers of the module tests. Please do not ask or email your him/her with requests for the correct answers.
- Any email or question in this regard will not be entertained under any circumstance. A student who has made a mistake in his/her module test should go over the text or video recording to find the correct responses.
- Correction done on one's own is more beneficial and lasting, in sha Allah.