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More than 2 lakh apply for U.P. Madrasa Board exams

Lucknow: Every year the number of students appearing for U.P. Madrasa Education Board examinations is increasing steadily. About a decade ago when 20 to 25 thousand students used to appear for this Board’s examinations their number has now reached in lakhs. Under this Board annual examinations for Molvi, Munshi, Aalim, Kamil and Fazil will be held in the last week of May.

This year there will be an increase of about 25000 students for this examination as compared to last year when applications of about 180,000 students (boys and girls) were received.

According to the Board’s Registrar Javed Aslam, this year about 2,05,000 boy and girls students have applied to appear in these examinations for different classes. After completion of entry of applications in computers, their districtwise lists will be prepared and depending upon the number of students in each district, examination centres will be decided.

According to Javed Aslam, Board has unanimously decided that there should be at least one examination centre in each district so that students may not have to go to another district to appear in examinations. In districts where the number of examinees is quite large, more than one centre will be fixed. He (Javed) also said that there will be separate centres for boys and girls.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 May 2012 on page no. 14

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