پاکستان کے دینی مدارس: قومی تعلیمی پالیسیوں کے تناظر میں تجزیاتی مطالعہ

Authors

  • محمد کاشف شیخ (اسسٹنٹ پروفیسر، شعبہ علومِ اسلامیہ،فیکلٹی آف سوشل سائنسز، رفاہ انٹر نیشنل یونیورسٹی، اسلام آباد)
  • سمیع اللہ زبیری (اسسٹنٹ پروفیسر، کلیہ عربی و علوم اسلامیہ، علامہ اقبال اوپن یونی ورسٹی، اسلام آباد)

Keywords:

Religious Seminaries, Pakistan, National Educational Policies, Madrassa System

Abstract

One of the problems that Pakistan was facing at the time of the formation was the low literacy rate of education. British imperialism had left the Muslim majority areas to be backward in many respects, especially in the education sector. Immediately after the formation of Pakistan, steps were taken under the leadership of Quaid-e-Azam to create unity in the field of education, including the establishment of the first National Education Conference. Religious Seminaries play a significant role in the education system and bringing religious seminaries into the national mainstream has been an important point of educational policies nationwide. With the passage of time, the number of Madrassas continues to increase and their social impact is not easy to ignore. In this regard, it is important to review the National Educational Policies that have been formulated at the national level focusing on Madrassas reforms and their impact on the Madrassa system and how can it be improved.

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Published

2020-12-01

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