National Commission for Human Development has set up 100 Madrassa Schools in different places of the Pakistan under ‘Madrassa School Project’.
As indicated by details, these schools would give formal education to madrassa understudies in Islamabad, recently combined innate areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan and Azad Kashmir to get them the standard.
The government on May 15 had chosen to build up two enlistment each for all provinces to finish enrollment of madrassas across Pakistan.
Sources said that the government has expanded its pace of work on registering the seminars to place it into the standard.
One focus each will be built up in Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK) and Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) area, while, progress is likely in one week from now for affiliating madrassas with the Education Ministry, sources said.
The administration was attempting hard and fast endeavors to finish enrollment inside one to 1.5 years.
The government experts have likewise held dialogues with Ittehad Tanzeemul Madaris where they thought about system to change executive of seminars’ boards. In addition, Wafaqul Madaris Al-Arabia likewise summoned a significant session on Wednesday (today).
On April 30, the government specialists had accumulated a report on geotagging and enrollment of madrassas all over Pakistan while making a stage forward in bringing the religious establishments under the instruction service.
The National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) has decided to finish enlistment and geotagging of religious seminars, just as assembled a complete report for its accomplishments.
Sources said that the report will be sent to all areas. The seminars will be brought under control of the Ministry of Education during the main period of the procedure, sources included.
The procedure of geotagging was made out in Punjab and Islamabad, the report said. The counter-psychological oppression specialist has additionally finished geotagging of seminars up to 85 percent in past Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), 75 percent in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), 80 percent in Sindh and 60 percent in Baluchistan.
In addition, NACTA authorities professed to have finished the enrollment of seminars up to 90 percent in Punjab in the report, while another directorate will be set up for new enlistments.