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Inclusion of NCERT books in Madrasas adds to the string of measures the Yogi government has announced in the past few months to regularise and keep a check on Madrasas.

Adding to a string of measures to regularise and keep a check on Madrasas, the Uttar Pradesh government has cleared a proposal to include National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) in the syllabus of the madrasas in the state.

The announcement was made by UP Deputy CM Dinesh Sharma. He also said that the madrasa board has started preparations to include the prescribed NCERT text in the curriculum.

Inclusion of NCERT books in Madrasas adds to the string of measures the Yogi government has announced in the past few months to regularise and keep a check on Madrasas.

In August, the government had launched a portal of UP Madrasa Board and made it compulsory for all the Islamic education institutions to register itself in the portal.

In the same month, the government had issued a circular asking all madrasas to make provision for videography of the events organized on the Independence Day. The Madrasas, for the first time, were also asked to organize cultural programmes on the day.

In September, government funds to 46 madrasas of the state were blocked after education department suggested that these madrasas were not functioning within the parameters defined for them.

Of the around 8,000 madrasas recognized by the UP Madrasa Siksha Parishad in the state, 560 are fully-aided by the state. The Yogi government had allocated about Rs 1,700 crore towards minorities’ welfare in the state’s budget for 2017-18.

According to an earlier report by Times of India, the state government is likely to make Hindi, English, Mathematics, Science and Social Science mandatory at some level in Madrasas.

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