Sunday, April 22, 2007
A committee was appointed by the Centre with an aim to bring Madrasa education on a par with conventional education. The committee suggested that the recognised universities should accept the degrees that a Madrasa offers.it was proposed that the Aalim degrees offered by Madrasa should be recognised in all the recognised universities for giving admissions into the B.A. courses.The Fazil degree offered by any Madrasa, Darul Uloom or Jamia should be recognised by all the recognised universities for giving admissions in the post graduate programmes. The committee also suggested that the Madrasa education should be covered under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. The Darul Uloom students should study according to the syllabus provided by the National Open Schooling in their higher secondary years. The students of Madrasa and Darul Uloom should be linked to the vocational training programme run by national school of opening. The national council for promotion of Urdu languages should establish computer training centres in Madrasa and Darul Ulooms.