State Minority Welfare Minister and Member of Parliament for Prayagraj South Nand Gopal Gupta ‘Nandi’ said the result of the Board of Education Board review result of Uttar Pradesh Madrasa, 2021, in Prayagraj, Friday.
Declaring the result, the minister said that like other advice, in view of the Covid-19 pandemic, the government canceled the examination of secondary (Munshi / Maulvi), upper secondary (Alim) of the Council of UP Madrasa’s education for the year 2021. Students were promoted according to the standards followed by UP Board.
Minister Nandi said that during the 2021 board review, the results of 1,22,132 students are reported, including 96,213 in secondary and 25,919 in upper secondary.
He added that out of 96,213 applicants in the secondary class statewide, 95,624 students passed / were promoted, or 99.38%, of which 54,630 were boys and 40,994 were girls.
In the upper secondary class, 25,659 students were promoted against 25,919 candidates, or 98.99%, including 13,734 boys and 11,925 girls.
Nandi congratulated all the students who passed the Board exam and wished them a bright future. He said that while continuing their education, students should bring laurels to their families, parents, state and country by achieving better results.
He also said that the basic policy of the BJP government is “Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas with Sabka Prayas”. With the intention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister of State Yogi Adityanath, “the Quran in one hand and the computer in the other”, a new morale, a new conscience and a new faith were infused among minorities.
Nandi said the BJP government is continually doing the work of empowering students from minority communities. He said that it is also the goal of central and state governments that in addition to traditional education in madrasas, modern education is also provided in a scientific manner and that students of madrasas are included in the main stream.
With this in mind, the government is making constant efforts to link madrasah education with new technologies and new courses. NCERT books are made available by implementing the NCERT program in madrassas. The teaching of modern subjects is encouraged. By creating a madrasa portal, transparency has been brought into the functioning of madrasas and all examination procedures take place online, Nandi added.