Masākin Mohammediya & Rabwat Jibla

(Student Residences)
Residence

A home away from home

Student residences have an important role in creating an atmosphere that represents the values and norms imparted during classroom teaching.

The majority of students share rooms that accommodate between three to eight students while senior students are allotted single rooms in select campuses. The residences have their own in-house laundry, canteen, infirmary and common rooms.

The Birds’ nest

Masākin Mohammediya is the on-campus residence for boys whilst Rabwat Jibla is its equivalent for girls. Since this is the first experience of living away from home for many students, it encourages them to be independent and resourceful. On one hand, students can devote more time to academic pursuits as time otherwise spent commuting is better utilised. On the other hand, students have the opportunity to interact and socialise with others from different cities and countries.

Pictured Right: The Masākin building in Nairobi features a ‘weave’ of wooden planks representing a bird’s nest. Among other things, the ‘weave’ signifies the myriad backgrounds and countries of students and their ability to come together creating not only harmony but a sanctuary for all.
Pictured left: An external view of the Masākin building in Surat. Like other buildings in the Surat campus, the balconies feature a hexagonal pattern representing a honey bee’s hive.

A Hive of Activity

Departing from conventional dormitory norms, students take turns to prepare breakfast for an entire floor of their hostel every morning. Students are responsible for the cleaning and care of their own rooms and the general welfare of their hostel. Responsibilities such as these help build character and instil a sense of belonging and brotherhood.

Pictured left: An external view of the Masākin building in Surat. Like other buildings in the Surat campus, the balconies feature a hexagonal pattern representing a honey bee’s hive.

Surat Campus

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Devri Mubarak,
Zampa Bazaar, Begampura,
Surat, Gujarat, 395003, India

261-3011110
surat@jameasaifiyah.edu

Karachi Campus

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St-8 Block-C, North 
Nazimabad, Karachi,
74700, Pakistan

38636600
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Nairobi Campus

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Saifee Park, Syedna Mohammed 
Burhanuddin Road, Nairobi,
00100, Kenya

020-7650283/84
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Mumbai Campus

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3 Bori Colony
Marol, Andheri East, Mumbai,
Maharashtra, 400059, India

222-8317500
mumbai@jameasaifiyah.edu
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