State run Madrassas and Transform them into regular schools has passed in Assam Legislative Assembly

A Bill, seeking to abolish all State-Run Madrassas and Transform them into Regular Schools, has been passed by Assam Legislative Assembly on Wednesday. Taking to Twitter, Assam Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma expressed his happiness over the passage of the Bill and said that all Madrassas being run under the Government stand converted into Regular Educational Institutes with effect on April 1, 2021.

Sarma on Monday, the First day of the Assam Legislative Assembly Session, Tabled a Bill to repeal the provincialisation of Madrassas in the State. “We have introduced a Bill whereby all Madrassas will be converted into Institutes of General Education and No Madrassa will be Established by the Government in the future. We are happy to introduce this Bill to bring truly secular curriculum in the Education system,” Sarma had told reporters after the Bill was Tabled in the Assembly.

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