Monday, November 29, 1999

With eye on job market, UP Madrasa Board changes syllabus

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Abhinav Pandey Lucknow, June 18 (PTI) To improve the job prospects of madrasa students, the Uttar Pradesh Board of Madrasa Education has changed its syllabus and made English, Hindi, Urdu and computers compulsory. The Board felt change in syllabus was needed to provide more opportunities to the madrasa students, who have to compete with students of English medium schools once they are out in the job market. "We have changed the existing syllabus of madrasas from the coming academic session and introduced subjects English, Hindi, Urdu and computers, which would be taught besides Persian and Arabic", Registrar of the Board Javed Aslam told PTI. At present there are over 16000 madrasas in the state of which 2400 are affiliated to the Board. The government also gives grant to 399 madrasas. "The Board feels that madrasa students can compete with children studying in convent schools after they start studying computers, English and other subjects. The new syllabus would be applicable to all madrasas irrespective of the medium of teaching whether its Persian or Arabic," Aslam said. .

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