The Madrasas of the Bihar State Madrasa Education Board will now also study from SCERT and NCERT courses. Board President Abdul Kaiyum Ansari said that the Chief Minister Madrasa Strengthening Scheme will be implemented in 1100 madrassas with an outlay of Rs 86 crore 71 thousand for the year 2021-22. Under this, basic amenities like class rooms, library, benches, tables, boring, tanks and toilets will be provided in all madrasas.
The board president said that a new syllabus will be implemented to connect the students of madrasa with modern studies. The course is being prepared with the help of UNICEF. SCERT books from class one to eighth are included. At the same time, NCERT books will be implemented in classes from 9th to 12th. Books are being printed by text books. He informed that an amount of ten thousand rupees will be given to the candidates who passed the Phokania examination and Rs. 25 thousand to the female students who passed the cleric.
The results of Phokania and Maulvi in March,
Board President Abdul Kaiyum Ansari said that the examination has been taken from January to February. Now the result of board examination will be released in March. Evaluation is currently underway. Results will be released soon.