"The honorarium of Madarsa teachers will be hiked. It has been decided, but we have to work out on the amount," Akhilesh said, addressing a conference of Madarsa managers and principals in Lucknow. He said that on the lines of awards given to teachers of primary and secondary schools, an awards scheme for good Madarsa teachers would also be set up. "The government will formulate a Madarsa manual within two months. We will also ensure timely payment of salaries to Madarsa teachers. Competitions for Madarsa students will also be started," he said. The government, CM said, would also accept the demand of providing jobs to the kin of deceased employed in Madarsas. Akhilesh said that work to elevate standard of education at ITI and polytechnic institutes would also be done. Educational certificates issued by State Madarsa Boards will be considered at par with the ones issued by the CBSE or any other board, the Minority Affairs Ministry has said in response to an RTI query. In response to an RTI query, the Ministry said in order to provide higher education, the certificates issued by the state madarsa boards would be considered at par with certificates issued by the Central Board of Secondary Education, Council of Board of School Education or any other board. As per the RTI reply, of the 88 Muslim-dominated districts in the country, commercial education will be provided in 33 districts. Moradabad-based RTI activist Saleem Beg had sought information from the Minority Affairs Ministry on the steps taken by the Central Government to improve conditions of Muslims as per the recommendations of the Sachhar committee. The Ministry informed that in places where the number of Urdu-speaking people is more than 25 per cent, Urdu teachers should be arranged for in Government schools there. The Ministry has also stated that steps such as providing financial assistance to improve the salaries and working conditions of teachers also in these madarsas have also been taken.
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As many as 376,060 students have filled the forms online for the yearly exams for munshi, maulvi, aalim, faazil and qamil. Officials told IANS this was an significant rise, and added it not only showed their bent towards education but also their willingness in using internet. Over 3.7 lakh students in Uttar Pradesh have applied for exams for clerics conducted by the Madrasa Education Board, which is a steep rise from the miniscule number of applications it received last year, officials said. Officials said the exams were postponed thrice in the recent past because the number of applications received was negligent. He also said an examination committee, a syllabi committee and a monitoring committee have been constituted for the exams.The chairman of the board said exams would be conducted across the state between April 11 and 23.
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The UP Madarsa board (UPMSP) is going to announce Munshi Molvi Alim Fazil Kamil Result 2015 Soon. All appeared students may check their Result by entering Admit Card detail like Roll Number, Roll code etc. Uttar pardesh Madarsa Shiksha Parishad 704 Jawahar Bhawan Lucknow. UP Madarsa Board Conduct Munshi Molvi Alim Fazil Kamil exam every year. This year examination was held in the month of May. large Number of Students was appeared in exam. All appeared students who are looking for Munshi Molvi Alim Fazil Kamil Result 2015. Candidates are required to visit official website for latest updates. Procedure to check Up Madarsa Board (UPMSP) Result 2015 is given on this page.
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<p> Madarsa board Exam Schedule Changed. Now Exams shall be held from 11th April 2016.</p> <p> <img alt="" src="http://upmsp.org/allimages/page/faisala.png" style="width: 384px; height: 711px;" /></p>
|Date : 04/04/16||Read More...|
<div> The UP Madarsa board (UPMSP) has announced Munshi Molvi Alim Fazil Kamil Result 2016. All appeared students may check their Result by entering Admit Card detail like Roll Number, Roll code etc. Uttar pardesh Madarsa Shiksha Parishad 704 Jawahar Bhawan Lucknow. UP Madarsa Board Conduct Munshi Molvi Alim Fazil Kamil exam every year.</div> <div> &nbsp;</div> <div> This year examination was held in the month of May. large Number of Students was appeared in exam. All appeared students who are looking for Munshi Molvi Alim Fazil Kamil Result 2016. Candidates are required to visit official website for latest updates. Procedure to check Up Madarsa Board (UPMSP) Result 2016 is given on this page.</div> <div> &nbsp;</div>
|Date : 26/06/16||Read More...|
NEW DELHI: The rift between the contemporary and theology has come to the fore among the madrasas here. Even though the state government wants to bring some 5,000 of them into the mainstream education system, around 30 per cent of them refuse to allow their curriculum to be modernised on par with other schools where subjects like science, English and computers are taught. The dissident madrasas believe that formal education is a threat to the Islamic education system and values. Maulana Zafaruddin, who runs Bab-ul Uloom, says, “Many maulanas feel the identity of the madrasas and their religious education will be lost and they will be overtaken by formal education over a period of time.” There was also the fear of job losses, if the government were to hire teachers in madrasas, he said. Madrasas here are run by private players, NGOs and various trusts. Of the 5,000, only 124 madrasas like the prominent Sunheri Masjid, Abusidique, Bilal Masjid, Madarsa Ahle Sunnat Islamia Mohamdia and Fazal-e-Uloom are registered with the Delhi Education Department. As thousands of students attending madrasas were not getting the benefits of modern education, the Delhi Minority Commission has been tasked to bring them into the mainstream. “A survey of around 450 madrasas carried out found that 70 per cent of them want to incorporate modern topics within the traditional curriculum,” said former IPS officer and Delhi Minority Commission chief Qamar Ahmed. Many local madrasas do not want to impart formal education as they lack infrastructure. “Some are run from a single room and their numbers are in the hundreds. In 2009, the government launched the mid-day meal scheme under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan scheme for madrasas. Only around 70 madrasas applied; 20 are availing the facilities,” he added. Congress leader Mateen Ahmad said: “Though many madrasas give Adeeb, Adeeb-E-Mahir and Adeeb-E-Kamil degrees which are equivalent to Class X and Class XII, they cannot help a student gain admission to colleges and institutions.”
|Date : 08/07/15||Read More...|
The state cabinet presided over by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today took a decision to provide Kanya Vidyadhan to the meritorious students completing intermediate this year from UP Madarsa Shiksha Parishad and UP Sanskrit Shiksha Parishad, an official spokesman said. Extending the benefits of its ambitious Kanya Vidyadhan scheme, the Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday decided to bring the meritorious students of Madarsa and Sanskrit Shiksha Parishads in its ambit. For the purpose, five percent each of the 75 percent grant provided to the UP Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UP Board) will be given to these boards, the spokesman said, adding, the beneficiaries will get Rs 30,000 in addition to scholarships or other benefits they get from any other scheme. With a view to ensure all-round development of Sanskrit, the cabinet also decided to bring 77 Sanskrit schools and colleges in the state under the category of aided institutions which will have an additional burden of over Rs 12.53 crores on the state exchequer, the spokesman said. The ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) has decided to give funds under Kanya Vidya Dhan to female students who have cleared their intermediate exams from Secondary Sanskrit Education Board or from madrasas. They were in the process of preparing a proposal in this regard which would be presented before the state Cabinet soon. Earlier, benefits under the scheme were only extended to girl students who had cleared their intermediate exams through the Uttar Pradesh board.
|Date : 05/08/15||Read More...|
UP Madarsa Board Result 2015 UP Madarsa Talimi Board, Lucknow was established and phrase underneath the Department of Minorities Welfare & Waqf Government of Uttar Pradesh. Board is carried out many exams in annually as Munshi, Molvi, Alim, Fazil, Kamil and so on. Candidates are ready for the madarsa board end result talimi as a result of in the event that they handed on this examination they are going to be promoted in subsequent class talimi carried out by UP Madarsa Board Lucknow. How to Check UP Madarsa Board Munshi, Maulvi, Alim, Fazil Kamil Result on 4th July 2015 UP Board of Madarsa Education LKO exams have been began from fifteenth April 2015 for Munshi, Maulvi and Alim. The final paper of board have been carried out on twenty seventh April 2015 in response to the date sheet of the board. The course of to get the UP Madarsa Board examination outcome on-line is instructed in under strains. As the newest notification of Madarsa Board on 4th of July 2015. Visit the official web site UP Board of Madarsa Education Lucknow (LKO) http://upmsp.org/ Access the Result hyperlink from the highest menu of UPMSP Lucknow web site Write the right particulars as Roll Number, Class and Year within the Box and press the submit button. Your results of Madarsa Board shall be show on the pc display take the print it.
|Date : 08/07/15||Read More...|
<marquee style="color:Red; font-size:16px; padding-bottom:0px;" scrolldelay="100" onmouseover="this.stop();" onmouseout="this.start();">Madrasa Registration has started. Student Registration will start from 25<sup>th</sup> November, 2016.</marquee><div class=" login-left"> <form action="../../index2.html" method="post"> <div style="float: left; width: 720px; margin-top:40px;"> <div class="login-box-msg1"> <div class="text2"> <ul style="margin-left: 10px; margin-top:10px; margin-bottom:0px; font-size:20px;"> <li><a href="http://upbme.edu.in/Files/instructions for madarsa registration.pdf" target="_blank" style="color: #982222; text-decoration: underline;">Instructions for Madrasa Registration</a> </li> </ul> </div> </div><br /> <div class="text2"> <p class="button-reg"> <a href="http://upbme.edu.in/Pages/Registration.aspx" target="_blank" title="Click here to Register your Madrasa">Register your Madrasa here</a></p> <p class="button-reg1"> <a href="http://upbme.edu.in/Pages/MadarsaProfile.aspx" target="_blank" title="Click here to know the status of your Registration application">Madrasa Registration Application Status</a></p> <br /> <div style="float:left; margin-top:15px; margin-bottom:20px; color:#333;"> If you have entered wrong data while registering your Madrasa, you can correct it by clicking <br /><strong>'Edit Madrasa Records'</strong> button below. Editing the records will not be possible, once it is<br /> approved by the DMO. <p class="button-reg"> <a href="http://upbme.edu.in/Pages/MadarsaProfile.aspx" target="_blank" title="Click here to edit your Madrasa Records">Edit Madrasa Records</a></p> </div> </div> </div> </form> </div>
|Date : 16/11/16||Read More...|
<div style="text-align: justify;"> For the first time, madarsa students of various courses in the district will write their annuals papers at external examination centres, instead of their seminaries, where incidents of mass cheatings used to surface regularly. The Allahabad high court on Tuesday upheld the move of the Uttar Pradesh madarsa board, which had decided to discontinue with the old practice of holding the exams at home centres. The examinations for munshi- maulvi, alim, kamil and fazil for the year 2016 will be conducted at five intermediate colleges.</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> &nbsp;</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> &quot;In compliance with the instructions of the registrar of Arbi Farsi Madarsa Education Board, Mohammad Tariq, as many as five examination centres will be set up at five intermediate college of the district to facilitate a total of 3,388 students of eight madarsas of the district to take the exam,&quot; said JK Verma, district inspector of schools. A separate examination centre for girls will be set up at Rani Awanti Bai Girls Inter Collage in Pilibhit where 451 girl students will appear for examinations.</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> &nbsp;</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> This board&#39;s move to take the examination centres outside the seminaries is meant to effectively check the practice of mass copying.</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> &nbsp;</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> The madarsa board has also revised the examination schedule. It has decided to conduct the examination from April 11 to April 26. Earlier, the board had announced the examination dates between April 6 and April 18. However, the move was also criticized by some madarsa heads. The chairperson of Madarsa-e-Jamia Ahle Sunnat Mashid-ul Uloom, Maulana Jartab Raza Khan told TOI that in almost every examination the madarsa management had to confront some &quot;serious omissions&quot; in papers.</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> &nbsp;</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> &quot;Sometimes the question papers fall short when envelops are opened in examination halls, and sometimes the question papers are found to be of another subject than the scheduled examination,&quot; he said.</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> &nbsp;</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> The external centres will not be able to deal with such a situation, he claimed.</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> &nbsp;</div> <div style="text-align: justify;"> &quot;Neither the district administration nor the secondary education department of the district ever felt any need to conduct the madarsa examinations in a transparent manner or without complications as is commonly administered in CBSE and UP board examinations,&quot; Maulana Jartab alleged.</div>
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