The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to conduct a survey of unrecognized madrassas in the state to check the status of infrastructure facilities. Along with this, the government has taken many other steps for the betterment of madrasas. In this, the problems received from the deceased dependent quota have been removed. Arrangement and transfer of maternity leave and child care leave are key for women employees.
What did the Minister of State for Minority Welfare say?
State’s Minister of State for Minority Welfare, Danish Azad Ansari said that the state government has decided to conduct a survey of all the unrecognized madrassas in the state regarding the availability of basic facilities as per the requirement of the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights. For students in madrasas. have done it. It will be started soon.
He said that the survey includes the name of the madrasa, the name of the institution running it, whether the madrasa is running in a private or rented building, the number of students studying in the madrasa, drinking water, furniture, electricity supply and toilets. Management. Information related to the number of teachers, the curriculum implemented in the madrasa, the source of income of the madrasa and the madrasa’s affiliation with any NGO will be collected.