Yogi Govt makes National anthem mandatory in UP madrassas

 
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Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh News: The national anthem has now been made compulsory in madrassas of Uttar Pradesh. UP Madrasa Education Board Council has issued its order. This order will be applicable to all the recognized, grantee and non-aided madrassas. The national anthem will be played during the morning prayer before classes begin. After the holidays of Ramadan and Eid, all madrasas have opened from Thursday i.e. today. Board exams are starting in madrassas from May 14.

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UP's Minority Welfare Minister Danish Azad said- 'When madrasa students sing the national anthem, they will also know the values ​​of the society. The government is working for the upliftment of madrasa education. Now madrasa students will study maths, science, computer as well as scriptures.

This time a total of one lakh 62 thousand 631 students have registered for the annual examination.

This decision was taken in the board meeting

The decision of the national anthem in madrasas was taken in the meeting of the UP Madarsa Education Council on March 24. It has been issued by Registrar Inspector SN Pandey on Thursday. He told that it was decided to conduct the national anthem only after the school opens for the session 2022-23. This decision will be implemented when the Madrasa Board examinations begin.

Madrasa board exams will be held from May 14 to 23

UP Madrasa Board exams will be held from May 14 to 23. The examination program has been sent to all the madrassas on behalf of Jagmohan, District Minority Welfare Officer of Lucknow. In this, instructions have been given to follow the exam rules.

District Minorities Welfare Officer informed that the 2022 examination of Arabic, Persian will start from May 14. The first shift will be held from 8 am to 11 am and the senior secondary examination will be held from 2 pm to 5 pm. All madrasas have been asked to inform the students studying here about the time table.

More than one lakh 62 thousand students will give Madarsaa exam

This time a total of one lakh 62 thousand 631 students have registered for the annual examination. Class-wise, the maximum number of 91 thousand 467 students have registered for the secondary class examination. At the same time, 25 thousand 921 students have registered for senior secondary, 13 thousand 161 students for Kamil first year.

10 thousand 888 for Kamil second year, 9 thousand 796 for Kamil third year, 5 thousand 197 for Fazil first year and 6,201 candidates have filled the form for Fazil second year.

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