Lucknow: Madras Talimi Board in Uttar Pradesh had asked all the madrasas in the state to upload their information on its web portal. The deadline for the madrasas to upload the information was given extension. Nonetheless 836 non-aided madrasas have failed to update the info on the official portal.
This has put a question mark on the future of thousands of students of these unaided 836 madrasas. The students studying in these madrasas will not be able to appear in their forthcoming Munshi, Molvi, Alim, Kamil and Fazil examination. The state BJP government has made it clear that students of those madrasas who haven’t uploaded the information will not be able to appear in their examination.
There are 19143 madrasas registered by the state government. Out of those only 560 are aided madrasas while the left of them are unaided and don’t get government financial assistance.
It should be clear that Madrasa Education Board has asked all the madrasas to provide complete details about their madrasas on its web portal. The madrasa board said that it has been done to minimize corruption in these institutions.
The madrasa board asked the madrasas to provide latest information about their teachers, employees, details about the students, building of the madrasas, its photos, size of the classroom etc. 16461 madrasas uploaded their information while 2682 madrasas failed to upload their details. This include 836 madrasas of Aliya level. It should be kept in mind that students of Aliya level appear in madrasa board examination. Latest information suggest that 4536 madrasas of Aliya standard have uploaded information till now, while 836 madrasas have’nt done it till now. Due to this reason, thousands of students from these madrasas cannot appear in their examination.
Nonetheless, state minister for minority affairs Laxmi Narayan Chaudhary has said that no student will be impacted by the decision. He said that if a student comes with any problem we will consider his request and assistance will be provided to him. He said that madrasa have been warned many times about it but they haven’t done it despite numerous warnings. he said that appropriate action will be taken against such madrasas.