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Education In Muslim India by SM Jaffar

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Subject:

Education

Subclass:

Timured/Mughal

Subject Era:

Timur The Great 1370–1405

Author:

SM Jaffar

Volume:

Edition:

Year:

1200

Publisher and Place:

IDARAH-I ADABIYAT-I DELLI

Languages:

English

ISBN 10|13:

9780896843851

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-1000001-25020

Publisher date:

1936

Description

Education is one of the most important instruments for the development and empowerment of any marginalised community. This plays an important role in gaining a respectful and dignified life within the society and also helpful for earning employment and money for the livelihood. Malcolm X was a famous African American human rights activist who says that ‘education is the passports of the future, for tomorrow belong to those who prepare for it today’. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was a great socio-religious reformer and Messiah of ‘Muslims education’ said that ‘it is the categorical verdict of all the nations and great seers of the world that national progress depends on education and training of the people’. Keep in mind that life without education and training is like a bird without wings.
This study analyses the role of madrasas infulfilling the educational needs of Muslim children, its relevance in today'stime,impact of the madrasa modernization programme and the allegations and canardsbeing spread against the madrasa system of education as being thecenters of fundamentalism and terrorism in India. The importance of moderneducation and modernization of madrasa education for the education of Muslimshave also been investigated. The study has found madrasas as having emerged as an important alternative tomainstream system of education to sizeable number of poor Muslims in India.

Madrasa education is a very important part of the History of Muslim education in India. there are many schools in India. education system in india has four level and also best colleges in India. Indian teachers teach very well . As many as 25 per cent of Muslim children in the 6-14 year age group have either never attended school or have dropped out, so madrasa school is the only choice for them. school is the only choice for them.

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