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Published in the 1-15 Nov 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

Improvements in 101 educational institutions

By Nusrat & Ahmad Rashid Shervani

From a hundred-and-one institutions of Uttar Pradesh, 13961 students appeared for the High School Board examination in 2004. Out of these, 10995, or about 79%, passed and 1661, or nearly 12%, attained first-division. Is this over-all result Good? Bad? Indifferent? That may be a matter of opinion which we leave to you. We can only say that in 2003, from most of these very institutions in this very examination, 14432 had appeared, 7761 or about 54% passed and 718 or just about 5% secured first-division. So, all we can say is that the result this year is better than the result last year, pass percentage has improved from 54% to 79% and the proportion of first-divisions is up from 5% to 12%.

Why has the number of students appearing for the all-important matriculation examination gone down? That, as some would say, is a million-dollar question. But, who should answer it? We asked some of the concerned learned principals. Most did not reply. We asked each concerned respected manager / secretary / president we happened to come across. Most said: "Achchha? Has it reduced?". They were not even aware that the number of students at the level of this most crucial board examination has reduced in their august institutions. But this did not prevent them from eloquently telling the "reasons". They just shot-off: "Aah! Don't you know how poor Muslims are? How rabid anti-Muslim feelings are? How much discrimination there is against Muslims?" The wiser of them were one-up on the rest: "Are you unaware of the sochee, samjhee, khatarnaak, khaufnaak Muslim-dushman saazish by the frightful satanic forces combined with enemies of Islam and Muslims?"

However, the number of students appearing for this most-important board examination has declined from about 149 per institution in 2003 to only 138 per institution in 2004. This does not show progress. In fact, it shows just the opposite of progress. Why has the number of students appearing for the all-important matriculation examination gone down? That, as some would say, is a million-dollar question. But, who should answer it? We asked some of the concerned learned principals. Most did not reply. We asked each concerned respected manager / secretary / president we happened to come across. Most said: "Achchha? Has it reduced?". They were not even aware that the number of students at the level of this most crucial board examination has reduced in their august institutions. But this did not prevent them from eloquently telling the "reasons". They just shot-off: "Aah! Don't you know how poor Muslims are? How rabid anti-Muslim feelings are? How much discrimination there is against Muslims?" The wiser of them were one-up on the rest: "Are you unaware of the sochee, samjhee, khatarnaak, khaufnaak Muslim-dushman saazish by the frightful satanic forces combined with enemies of Islam and Muslims?"

We showed them in the table(see next page) that in nearly half of all institutions the number at the level of the X board examination has increased. Then we asked them: Is there no saazish here? Are Muslims rich here? Do they not face discrimination here? Some of these worthies suddenly remembered : "Oho, namaaz ka waqt ho gaya, muaaf keejye ga". Anyway, these are only the total figures. We are analyzing the progress/regress of Muslim boys and Muslim girls city-wise, region-wise, institution-wise. Please wait.

Tentatively, we can say that: (1) In the first ten institutions in the Table, hundred percent passed in 2004, in the next 36 institutions also more than 90% passed. Then why did even 50% not pass in each of the last eight institutions in the Table? The principal and / or manager of each of these must answer and answer honestly. Not just the good old sochee-samjhee saazish theory. (2) In 26 institutions the proportion of first-divisions is above the average 12%. Then why is it zero in 13 institutions? This question should also be answered by the concerned principal/manager. And answered sincerely, not just the discrimination theory.

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