2000 students are promoted by the Madarsa Board

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Madrasa Board: 62,000 students are promoted
Maharajganj. Like the Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, an order has been issued to promote the students of the Madrasa Education Council. A total of 61,720 students are supported in all 280 madrassas in the district. Of these, a total of 4041 middle and middle school students are supported.
The state government had canceled the CBSE board and UP board exams in view of the corona infection. Since no letter was received from the Madrasa Education Council, both those responsible and the students were skeptical. Minority Welfare Department responsibilities have also sent a letter to the department instructing that action should be taken to benefit 57,679 students in grades one through eight and nine and 11. At the same time, a total of 4041 matriculated high school graduates are funded, but the necessary guidelines for their promotion are issued separately. After receiving the letter from the government, those responsible for the department and the students are relieved to breathe a sigh of relief. Praveen Kumar Mishra, district welfare officer, said that all Madrasa Board students are promoted. Instructions have been received on this. Information is available that separate orders for the promotion of high school and middle school students were issued. After his arrival, work towards a doctorate will begin.

Madrasa Board: 62,000 students are promoted

Maharajganj. Like the Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, an order has been issued to promote the students of the Madrasa Education Council. A total of 61,720 students are supported in all 280 madrassas in the district. Of these, a total of 4041 middle and middle school students are supported.

The state government had canceled the CBSE board and UP board exams in view of the corona infection. Since no letter was received from the Madrasa Education Council, both those responsible and the students were skeptical. Minority Welfare Department responsibilities have also sent a letter to the department instructing that action should be taken to benefit 57,679 students in grades one through eight and nine and 11. At the same time, a total of 4041 matriculated high school graduates are funded, but the necessary guidelines for their promotion are issued separately. After receiving the letter from the government, those responsible for the department and the students are relieved to breathe a sigh of relief. Praveen Kumar Mishra, district welfare officer, said that all Madrasa Board students are promoted. Instructions have been received on this. Information is available that separate orders for the promotion of high school and middle school students were issued. After his arrival, work towards a doctorate will begin.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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