Issuance of Registration/Certificate of Registration Recognition for Madrasah

  • Requirements:
  1. Letter request from the Madrasah owner/administrator:
  2. SEC Registration, if any;
  3. Mayor’s Permit, or at least, Barangay Certificate;
  4. Pictures of Madrasah, and profile of the Madrasah, such as, number of Asatidz and students, etc., and
  5. Endorsement of the concerned NCMF Regional Offices.
  • Schedule of availability of service:

Monday to Thursday – 8:00AM to 5:00PM with break time for Fardu    prayers.

Friday – 8:00AM to 5:00PM with break time for Friday prayer (10:00AM   to 2:00PM).

  • Who may avail of the service – any Muslim Filipino owning or administering a
ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION AND RECOGNITION FOR MADRASAH
 Step  Applicant/ Client  Service Provider Duration of Activity (Under Normal Circumstances  Person-in-Charge  Remarks
1 Securing Registration Form Madrasah Development Division 3 minutes  MDD Staff Madrasah Information Sheet
2 Filling Up of Application Receive application forms with complete supporting documents 15 minutes                         MDD Staff
3 Form or Information Sheet Evaluation for issuance of Certificate of Registration/ Recognition 5 minutes MDD Staff
4 Forward to the Office of the Bureau Director for signature 5 minutes Bureau Director If the Bureau Director is available
5 Immediate issuance and release of Certificate of Registration or Recognition ASAP MDD Staff

Shari’ah Training Seminar

  • Requirements:
  1. Authenticated copy of Transcript of Records/Diploma; and
  2. Authority to attend the Shari’ah training seminar on official time, if government official/personnel.
  • Schedule of availability of service:

Monday to Thursday – 8:00AM to 5:00PM with break time for Fardu prayers.

Friday – 8:00AM to 5:00PM with break time for Friday prayer (10:00AM to 2:00PM).

  • Qualifications for Shari’ah Trainees/Examinees:
  1. Lawyers or members of the Philippine Bar.
  2. Ulama or graduates of Islamic/Arabic courses abroad.
  3. Graduates of Law (Barristers).
  4. Graduates of Shari’ah or Islamic courses in the Philippines duly recognized by the government.
  5. Graduates of other courses related to law and/or Shari’ah (Islamic Law).
  6. Graduates of other 4-year courses, provided, he or she has working knowledge in Islam.

Note: NCMF may apply or subject the applicants for evaluation by prioritization, depending on the availability of slots for each training area.

APPLICATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SHARI’AH TRAINING SEMINAR
 Step  Applicant/ Client  Service Provider Duration of Activity (Under Normal Circumstances)  Person-in-Charge  Remarks
1 Securing Registration Form Shari’ah Training and Education Division 3 minute STED Staff Registration Form
2 Filling Up of Application Form Receive registration form with complete supporting documents 5 minutes STED Staff
3 Evaluation/Assessment 10 minutes STED Officer
4 Final review of the documents 5 minutes STED Staff
5 Approval/admission to the training seminar ASAP Chief, STED
6 Conduct of Training Seminar 45 days STED staff and lecturers
7 Issuance of Certificate of Completion After the training Chief, STED & Bureau Director Supreme Court Chief Justice and NCMF Secretary to sign