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Educational awareness among Muslims - a positive step

Madhya Pradesh Madrasa Board is among the few dynamic and active institution in such category among all the states of India. As of now, Madhya Pradesh government is patronizing 3,500 madrasas, out of a total of 6000, registered with it and has made arrangements for modern education for 1,75,000 students (both boys and girls) receiving education in these madrasas. A two-day workshop was recently held to prepare a syllabus and guidebooks and model questions for Madrasa Board examinations, attended by eminent educationists of India. The presence of responsible authorities of the state’s Department of Education in this workshop, along with the educationists, was a proof that the state government as well as the responsible authorities of Madrasa Board are busy in earnestly implementing the objectives for which the Board was set up. Seeing the performance of the Board so far, it can be said safely that if this trend continues with the same zeal, Muslims of Madhya Pradesh will get bright opportunities in their educational and economic life.

Addressing the concluding session of the 2-day workshop of Madhya Pradesh Madrasa Board, Chairman of Urdu Academy and a former minister of Madhya Pradesh, Aziz Qureshi, said that equipping the students of madrasas with modern education is an important need of Muslims because the power of students reading in madrasas is already known to India during the independence struggle. Therefore it is essential that future generations of Muslims should be equipped with modern education for building and development of India and to enable them to achieve a place of honour, respect and prosperity in society. Madrasa Board has taken upon itself the important responsibility of Madhya Pradesh government in this direction. The government has sanctioned a grant of Rs 10 lakhs to the Board and is also rendering practical cooperation which raises the hope that the educational standard of Madhya Pradesh Muslims will improve in future and will also pave the way for economic progress. The well-known educationist, Nisar Ahmad Farooqi (Delhi) said that drawing up programmes and projects is not as important as their implementation and giving them practical shapes. Professor Akhtarul Wase (Delhi), addressing the conference, said that both the responsible authorities of Madrasa Board and the Madhya Pradesh government deserve congratulations for putting the plan into practice. The main responsibility, however, now falls on the heads of madrasas and its responsible people to give full cooperation to Madrasa Board and implement the plans in all earnestness, leading these to success.

Addressing the inaugural session of the workshop, the principal secretary, School Education, Madhya Pradesh, J.L. Bose said that the government has taken up the task of Madrasa Board on priority basis and will give full cooperation and assistance to Madrasa Board in achieving the objectives of its creation.

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