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Educational trends and development among Muslims of India

Muk̲h̲tār Aḥmad Makkī

Educational trends and development among Muslims of India

with special reference to Bihar and Jharkhand

by Muk̲h̲tār Aḥmad Makkī

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Published by Shipra Publications in Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education,
  • Muslims,
  • Government policy,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [188]-203) and index.

    StatementMukhtar Ahmad Makki
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA1154.B5 M35 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 208 p. ;
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24991302M
    ISBN 108175415541
    ISBN 109788175415546
    LC Control Number2010317627
    OCLC/WorldCa664243249

      Muslim reformers in nineteenth century India identified a need for Islamic reform due to a perceived decline of Islam in India. These reformers saw evidence of this decline in the adherence of Indian Muslims to false customs and practices disguised in the name of religion, and the accusations of ‘Muslim backwardness’ by colonial authorities.[1]. Based on our search database trends, analytics data on content, and a decidedly unscientific but daily skimming of industry chatter, press releases, peer content, internal dialogue, and social media usage, here are–in light of the above–most popular 12 trends in innovative education for India’s Muslims have the lowest living standard in the country on a per capita basis, according to a government survey. Muslims, who account for about percent of India’s vast population.


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Educational trends and development among Muslims of India by Muk̲h̲tār Aḥmad Makkī Download PDF EPUB FB2

Time the association between the educational status of muslims is sought with their socio-economic development. The results have revealed that the educational status of Muslims in India is not satisfactory and needs special attention.

It is found that more than half i.e., per cent of the total population of the Muslims in India is. Get this from a library.

Educational trends and development among Muslims of India: with special reference to Bihar and Jharkhand. [Muk̲h̲tār Aḥmad Makkī]. Education and Employment among Muslims in India - An Analysis of Patterns and Trends Rakesh Basant 1.

Introduction Sachar Committee report was probably the first attempt to analyse the conditions of the Muslim community using large-scale empirical data. It clearly brought out the relative deprivation of Muslims in India in various dimensions.

In urban India, the Muslim illiteracy rate that was as much as 14 percentage points higher in had narrowed a bit to 11 percentage points by the end of the decade.

After a long stony silence on the issue of educational backwardness of the Indian Muslims since Independence, the Government of India ultimately decided to. here the history of Muslim educational institutions, in the Muslim world. Lerner (), a renowned educationalist and social scientist, in his study of socio-educational change in the tradition bound Islamic society, has reported the educational development of six developing Muslim countries.1File Size: KB.

Minorities have special place in the development of India. The percentage of population of minorities is not less than 20 percent of the country. Among all the minorities, Muslim community is the most backward. One of the most important reason of the backwardness of Indian Muslims is the lack of education.

Among all the communities of. The relative backwardness of the Muslim community, and particularly of Muslim women, is noted as a factor in the comparatively high fertility rates observed among the Muslim population. The paper also reviews the contribution of Muslims to the politics, arts and culture of India, and then goes on to examine the problem of communalism and.

For example among the Muslim women on All India level, according to the National Family Health Survey (NFHS), 66% are illiterate and in Haryana Muslim female illiteracy is universal (98%).

It is interesting to note that in Haryana most of the Muslims are Meo Muslims and Meo Muslims are quite backward on the whole. Educational Status of Muslim Women in India Educationally, Muslims comprise one of the most backward communities in the country.

Muslim girls and women lag behind their male counterparts and women of all other communities. According to Censusthe literacy rate among Muslims (%) was far below the National. The knowledge of fundamental principles of Islam, its civilization is must and far more important than westernized and secularized education.

A balance should be maintained in between Islamic and modern education. There is no bar put by Islam to acquisition of knowledge. A Muslim can be master of modern education without devaluing the Islamic.

Educational Vision of Muslims in India: Problems and Concerns 1. Education is the only mechanism that enhances the process of social, economic, and cultural development of communities. Among all the religious communities, Muslims are in the least educated section of There are books on Muslims covering political and religious issues.

But. The unanimous refrain, across North India, among older and younger Muslims, among men and women, among middle class and poor, and among urban and rural Muslims, is.

He also expresses strong disapproval to the caste system among Muslims. During the first half of the 19th century only a handful of Muslims of Delhi and Calcutta had taken to English education.

Educational System in pre-colonial India. By pre-colonial India, we refer to the time from the advent of Islam in India in the beginning of the eighth century CE up to the consolidation of colonial rule in the middle of the eighteenth century.1 This short paper cannot do justice to all the details of the Muslim Educational System during this.

Education - Education - Aims and purposes of Muslim education: Islam placed a high value on education, and, as the faith spread among diverse peoples, education became an important channel through which to create a universal and cohesive social order. By the middle of the 9th century, knowledge was divided into three categories: the Islamic sciences, the philosophical and natural.

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Data newly released from the Census of India on educational level by religious community and gender has shown that % of Muslims in India are illiterate.

Despite almost trebling in the decade ending – from % to % – the rate of Muslim enrolment in higher education trailed the national figure of % and that of other backward. That Muslim Enrollment ratio was far less than any other community in higher education sector in India is exposed by the official records of government itself.

As per the data of All India survey on Higher Education, Muslim student ratio was only – % in. Education and Modernization of Muslims in India [Tahseen, Rana] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Education and Modernization of Muslims in India.

Among disadvantaged groups in India, Muslims are among the poorest and also the most socially and politically marginalised. They now have significantly the lowest levels of school and higher education enrolment. For nations and communities in crisis and seeking sustainable solutions, educational reform is the single most important driver of all.

TFR of Muslims and Hindus was and respectively, while their U5MR was andat the all-India level. Muslims have had an advantage over Hindus in child survival for a. All-India Muslim League. Sir Syed's educational model and progressive thinking inspired Muslim elites who supported the All India Muslim League.

Ahmad Khan founded the All India Muhammadan Educational Conference in in order to promote Western education, especially science and literature, among India's Muslims. India has excelled as a centre of higher education since ancient times. Nalanda, Vikramashila and Takshashila were among the oldest universities in the world, with students from distant countries coming to study.

InMountstuart Elphistone's minutes stressed the need for establishing schools for teaching English and the European sciences. Among the centres of education in India was 18th century Delhi was the Madrasah-i Rahimiyah under the supervision of Shah was the first modern institution of higher education for Muslims in India.

"Development of Technical Education in India and State Policy-A Historical Perspective", Indian Journal of History of Science, 24#2 pp. Presents a review of Muslim education in India between the years and Generates seven conclusions about education in this period.

Among them, that education was inseparable from religion, that almost all rulers were authors who encouraged mass education, and that problem solving, discovery, and other "modern" educational methods were advocated and practiced. In Syed organised the All-India Mohammadan Educational Conference, which met annually at different places to promote education and to provide the Muslims with a common platform.

Education policy of the British: In pre-British days, Hindus and Muslims were educated through Pathsala and Madrassa respectively, but their advent created a new place of. —-The stronghold of Moulanas and radical sunni organizations like Tablighi Jamat—- Moulanas have always wielded tremendous social influence in Muslim society.

Over the years they have started using their clout for personal and political gains. One. Muslims offer Eid prayers at the Jama Masjid, Delhi | Reuters In order to correct the elite bias that has existed for long within academic literature on Indian Muslims and to properly understand the issue of socio-economic marginalisation among the community, more research needs to be conducted on poor and middle-class Muslims who comprise the vast majority of the Muslim population in India.

Presidential Address to the All India Muhammadan Educational Conference Sir Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan Delhi, India. Download PDF version of speech (36 KB) My first duty and pleasure is to thank you for the honour you have done me in asking me to preside at the meeting of the Conference.

The Most Influential Muslims. Muslims now living in the Republic of India have a special need to consider what they are, what are their loyalties and what their future and in The Indian Muslims M.

Mujeeb sets out, not so much to answer these and similar questions, but rather to set out the data on the basis of which each must find his or her own answers.

It is a scholarly. Hinduism - Hinduism - Hinduism and Islam: Hindu relations with Islam and Christianity are in some ways quite different from the ties and tensions that bind together religions of Indian origin. Hindus live with a legacy of domination by Muslim and Christian rulers that stretches back many centuries—in northern India, to the Delhi sultanate established at the beginning of the 13th century.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. endeavour can be gauged from the following estimates of the Indian Muslim population. The Census indicated that there were approximately crore Muslims, constituting % of India’s population, making them the largest religious minority in India, and the third largest Muslim population in the world next to Indonesia and Pakist an.

Abstract: Review of literature reveals the contribution of the Madrasas since their origin in India, have produced learned people, intellectuals, artists and scientists over the time. An account of the development of Islamic education in Maktabs and Madrasas in India since the 13th century has influenced non-Muslims.

Sex ratio among Muslims as per Census was — better than the among Hindus. Also, sex ratio among Muslims improved significantly over the decade — from in to in The improvement was smaller among Hindus — from in to in These demographic trends are along expected lines.

Muslims, by and large, have remained backward in attaining education so far, and the pace of their educational development is quite slow.

The situation is even worse for Muslim women. This gives rise to gender disparity in education and raises concerns over the formulation, implementation and monitoring of government policies and programmes.

Education in Karnataka through the ages by Jyotsna Kamat Education Among Muslims. The kingdoms of the Bahamanis ( C.E.) and the Adilshahis ( C.E.) in the north of Karnataka and the interregnum of Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan( C.E.) in Mysore were the main Islamic kingdoms in Karnataka.

In the southern part of the state they may be remembered for the. The percentage of those literate among Hindus is up from per cent in to per cent inwhile the corresponding rise for Muslims is percent to percent.School of Distance Education Indian Society and Social Change Page 5 MODULE 1 FEATURES OF INDIAN SOCIETY Features of Indian Society-Rural Among the earliest human groups, gathering was the main source of food.

Gradually man acquired the skill and knowledge in agriculture. With the development of agriculture, people began. Changes in the Goals of the Muslim League, 5. Lucknow Pact, Partition of Bengal: United Bengal’s area coveredsq.

miles with 80 million populations. Dr Abdul Hameedwrites in his book, Muslim Separatism in India, that the partition was imperative even if Curzonhad not initiated it.