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By: Dr Fahim Akhtar Nadwi

We ask questions too, you will too. What will be the impact of the new education policy 2020 on religious schools? The question is a symbol of thought. So it’s good to think, that’s the way out, and that’s what keeps you awake …
But some questions arise from the answer itself. That is, some things happen, and questions arise from them. So something similar has happened here … The answers were some assumptions, some false kites were flown, some malice was shown. Then questions began to arise … And now for the whole country, and for the long term, and a lot of things have been removed, changed, changed, and hidden, the national education policy has been brought with a thunder. So the question is right, it is unjustified, the question is created, and the answer is obvious …
This is not a reversal of words, nor is it a manipulation of philosophy. In fact, something like this remains. Let’s try to see …
Religious madrassas were mentioned in the previous policy, there is no word in this policy and there is no word. Religious madrassas have a big role to play in the educational participation of the country and in the preparation of good citizens. The policy is silent on this. The education of the Ashram is mentioned, and they have been praised and shown in the names of Alternative Schooling, Alternative Mode of Education, and Alternative Forums of Education. Under the same name, the opinion of encouraging the private education system has also been given. And also that … This system of primary education has been shown to be gradually integrated into the mainstream system. And these institutions of secondary education have been told to teach the modern curriculum of NCERT, to provide teachers, and to integrate it in the main system.
So now the question arises, and the answer is obvious. The question is, what is the plan for religious schools? And the answer is that all the plans have already been announced and shown, and now they have been written and announced …
The thing is that … They will say and do what they like. So some things were said and some were left out. Now there will be different interpretations, and different answers. Some to shut up, some to party, some to take advantage of the opportunity …
So this nature is for the nation, it is also for other minorities, it is also for the poor majority of the country, and it is also for the educational development of the country and the nation. So the question is all this, let us ask you too. Think and ask questions for the nation, minority, poverty and development of the country.
Yes.. We just remember that … We ran our education at our own expense and at our own expense. She taught others along with her own. Then we became educated and developed for the country. Other minorities did the same. The country’s constitution recognized it as right and necessary. So with the same constitutional need and minority right, we still have to do our education at our own expense … and we have to show the same interpretation from this policy and find the same ways …
And yes The question is, where did madrassa education go? What are minority services? What are constitutional powers called? And how did the country develop ??
It must also be remembered that the question is a different thing, and the work is a different thing. The question is important, and the work is more important. That works also become questions, and also become answers. Let’s do both Time is of the essence.


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