The Annual Quran Competition is an educational competition which aims to enhance today’s generation by strengthening their connection to the Holy Quran.

The month of Ramadan is the holy month that God blesses with a magnificent hospitality, immeasurable rewards, and provides the greatest opportunity and environment for gaining better knowledge and spirituality. It is also the most blessed month for reciting the Quran.

In addition to the limitless blessings of this sacred month, participants will have the chance to win a prize, with 10 prizes for male winners and 10 prizes for female winners.


1st Place – $2,000 

2nd Place – $1,500 

3rd Place – $1,000

4th – 10th Place – $100

Format and How to Enter

After completing the registration form, participants will be required to record and submit the predetermined selection of verses from the Holy Quran below. (Both the registration form and recording may be submitted at the same time on the submission page.)

The chapter and verses for this year’s competition will be:

Surat al-Dahr (al-Insan), Chapter 76, Verses 1 to 25 only.

The recitation portion of this year’s competition will be based on pronunciation guidelines according to Tajwid: A Guide to Qur’anic Recitation. Participants are encouraged to begin studying this informative text as soon as possible.

Additionally, please note that this competition will focus on the tarteel method with emphasis on correct pronunciation, such as in the following example.

Important Notes:

  • The contest begins April 24, 2020.
  • The contest is open to kids who are between the ages of 12 and 17 as of April 24, 2020.
  • Entrant must recite the Quran according the Submission Requirements.
  • Entrant may submit one video.
  • The entry must comply with the Entry Requirements in the Official Rules.
  • Send this entry form and your video using the submission page 
  • Deadline: Material must be uploaded by May 22, 2020.
  • Winners will be announced after the Month of Ramadan.

By entering this competition, all participants agree to abide by the official rules and will submit requests made by I.M.A.M. in a timely manner, or risk forfeiting their participation. Participants and winners will defer to I.M.A.M.’s final authority in the unlikely event of any competition-related conflict, or for all matters not explicitly outlined.

For all competition related questions, send your inquires to competition@imam-us.org

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