Duties - Local Secretary Waqfe Nau


Duties of Office Bearers – Tehrike Jadid Bylaws:

431.    He shall make the aims and objects of Waqf Nau scheme known to his Jama'at.
432.    He shall maintain record of Waqifin Nau as instructed by the Markaz.
a)    He shall supervise the physical, intellectual, educational, moral and spiritual training of Waqifin Nau in his Jama'at and adopt suitable ways and means to implement the instructions given by Hadrat Khalifatul Masih, regarding Waqifin Nau.

b)    He shall carry out the instructions given to him by the Markaz,

c)    He shall remain in touch with the Waqifin Nau and their parents.

d)    He shall take measures to provide guidance to Waqifin Nau and recommend the roles they are fit to play in the ever expanding programs of the Jamā’at.

e)    He shall provide guidance to the Waqifin Nau to learn different languages.

f)    In addition to Nizām Jama'at, he shall enlist the services and co¬operation of auxiliary organizations and missionaries to help promote the activities of Waqifin Nau.

- As far as Waqifat Nau (i.e. the girls)are concerned the secretary Waqf Nau shall chalk out the required program for them viz. teaching the prescribed syllabus, holding classes and holding separate Ijtima' when necessary.

- These programs shall be implemented by Lajna Imaillah at the local and the national level.

- The Lajna shall submit, as required, the implementation reports of these programs to secretary Waqf Nau both at the local and national level.

g)    He shall see that Waqifin Nau offer the five daily prayers regularly.

h)    He shall try that Waqifin Nau learn to recite the Holy Qur'an correctly and also learn its translation.

i)    He shall see that all Waqifin Nau develop the habit of reciting the Holy Qur'an daily.

j)    He shall organize an Ijtima' of Waqifin Nau every year.

k)    He shall see that the Waqifin Nau study the Waqf Nau syllabus prescribed for them by the Markaz.

l)    He shall keep the Markaz fully posted with the progress of all Waqifin Nau of his Jamā’at.