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Madrasas in India: Trying to be Relevant

Akhtarul Wasey (Editor)
Synopsis The book discusses at length the issues confronting the Indian madrasas, their contribution to the Indian society, their shortcomings and why the madrasas in India need to improve the syllabus that has not been updated for at least more than a century. The book also discusses the volley of attacks on madrasas in India by people of certain ilk who try to malign the name of madrasas without any basis and tries to alleviate misgivings about madrasas by highlighting their contribution to the Indian society and Indian Freedom struggle.
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About the author

Akhtarul Wasey

Prof. Akhtarul Wasey is a Professor and dean faculty of Humanities and Languages in Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. He also heads Zakir Hussain Institute of Islamic Studies in the Jamia and edits two well documented journals "Islam and the Modern Age" in English and "Islam aur Asre Jadid" in Urdu.

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Title Madrasas in India: Trying to be Relevant
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length 123p., Notes; References; 23cm.
Subjects History