For Brothers
Submission of application Entry Test Start of Classes:
1st Ramazan to 10th Ramazan 11th Shawal to 15th Shawal 17th Shawal
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For Sisters
Submission of application Entry Test Start of Classes:
1st May to 10th May 15th June 17th June
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  • Application form should be filled properly and completely unfilled or incomplete form will not be entertained.
  • Application should be submitted with in due date otherwise application will not be accepted.
  • If the selected candidates exceed the seat limits than admissions will based on lucky draw.
  • Al Hamd-u-Lillah-el-Azeem all the education in Jamia is free also the accommodation, allowances and health services are free for the students of Jamia.
  • Use of mobile, Camera & any other contraversal material is prohibited with in Jamia.

Extra Instuctions for Sisters:

  • Only Particular relatives that were mentioned in the form are allowed to meet the Girl living in Jamia from Thursday 12:00 pm till Friday Niamaz-e-Aasar.
  • The time other than indicated, the visitors are not allowed to meet the Girl.
  • In case of emergency or any other disaster the leave of girl will be accepted other wise Rs. 50 will be charged for per day for each absent.
  • Wearing Jewelry or any other priced ornamental material is prohibited during the class.

Documents to be attached with the form:

  • All educational Certificates (3 Copies )
  • Passport size recent photos
  • NIC (1 Copy)


For Sisters For Brothers
White Shalwar Qameez White Shalwar Qameez with Turban(Amama Sharif ) of any color



D - Block Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Phone: (92) 51 445-0404
Fax: (92) 51 458-0404

About Jamia Rizwia

Jamia Rizwia Zia-ul-Uloom is one of the world’s leading institutes of traditional Islamic education. The light of knowledge emanating from Zia-ul-Uloom is not just limited to Pakistan but is spread around the world – including Holland, Germany, England and South Africa etc – in the form of its graduate scholars who are following in its footsteps by spreading traditional Islamic education.