The platform is in line with steps to expand Quranic programs on the internet as well as to facilitate communication and using the programs, according to Qafqn.org.
It is expected that the platform will offer different services such as recording and preserving courses, uploading educational materials, books, and documents, holding online written exams, supporting a large number of students and lessons at one time, and downloading educational courses.
It will also give the ability the society to share videos about books, publications, programs, and achievements of the center.
Screen sharing and PowerPoint presentation offering are among other named features of the platform.
No further detail about the date of its release has been mentioned in the report.
The coronavirus pandemic introduced significant changes in the teaching methods across the world and Quranic institutions were no exception. Many institutions across the world opted for using digital platforms to continue their educational programs as current and developing technologies offer great opportunities.