Yogi Madrasa Minority Welfare Minister announces UP Madrasa Board Examination Results 2021 – Times of India

Prayagraj: Uttar Pradesh Minority Welfare Minister and Prayagraj City (City South) MLA Nanda Gopal Gupta ‘Nandi’ announced the results of the Uttar Pradesh Madrasa Education Council Board, 2021 in Prayagraj on Friday.

Announcing the results, the minister said the government, like other boards, has canceled the UP Madrasa Education Council’s Secondary (Munshi / Maulvi), Senior Secondary (Alim) examinations for 2021 in view of the Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic. The promotion has been given as per the rules followed by the UP Board.

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Minister Nandi said the results of a total of 1,22,132 students in the 2021 board exams are being declared out of which 96, 213 are from secondary classes and 25,919 are from senior secondary classes.

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He further said that 95,624 students have passed / promoted against 96,213 candidates in secondary classes across the state, which is 99.38% of which 54,630 are boys and 40,994 are girls.

25659 students got promotion against 25,919 candidates in senior secondary class, which is 98.99%, of which 13,734 are boys and 11,925 are girls.

Nandi congratulated all the students who passed the board exam in 2021 and wished them a bright future. Minister Nandi said that while continuing his studies, he should earn better results and earn respect for his family, parents, state and country.

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He further said that the basic policy of the BJP government is “Development with all, all faith with all”. The aim of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, “Quran in one hand and computer in the other”, has instilled a new morale, consciousness and faith among the minorities.

Nandi said the BJP government was constantly working to empower students from minority communities. He said it was the goal of the central and state governments that modern education should be imparted in a scientific manner along with conventional education in madrassas and that madrassa students should be included in the mainstream. With this in mind, the government is making continuous efforts to integrate madrasa education with new technologies and courses. NCERT books are being made available through the implementation of NCERT syllabus in madrasas. Modern subject education is being promoted. By creating a madrasa portal, transparency has been brought in the organization of madrasas and all the examination activities are being conducted online.

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