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Steps to eradicate Educational Backwardness of Muslims



Educational backwardness being one of the reasons for the backwardness among Muslim community, the Government has taken following steps to eradicate the same:

In order to improve literacy rate amongst Muslims, which is 59% as per 2001 Census, the Ministry of Minority Affairs is awarding Pre-matric Scholarship, Post-matric Scholarship, Merit-cum-means Based Scholarship and Maulana Azad National Fellowship exclusively to Minority students. The Ministry of Human Resource Development has undertaken schemes for Providing Quality Education in Madarsas (SPQEM), Infrastructure Development of Minority Institutions (IDMI), Establishment of Residential Coaching Academies for Minorities/ SC/ ST and Women, Establishment of Urdu Academy/ Centre for Professional Development of Urdu Teachers, Establishment of a satellite campus of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Hyderabad, Establishment of Model Degree Colleges and Establishment of Women Hostels in Minority Concentrated Districts.

Giving this information in written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha, Shri Vincent H. Pala, Minister of State for Minority Affairs, said that there are bodies to monitor various schemes and programmes of the Government for the upliftment of minorities: schemes related to Ministry of Minority Affairs are being monitored through National Productivity Council (NPC) which deploys National Level Monitors (NLMs) for the purpose. The Ministry of Human Resource Development also has an executive body viz. National Monitoring Committee for Minorities Education (NMCME) which monitors various issues related to the schemes of Ministry of Human Resource Development targeted at educational development of Minorities.

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