Yogi Adityanath government has given 4 big gifts to madrasas of Uttar Pradesh. This includes from recognition to transfer of teachers, jobs to dependents, maternity leave.
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The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has taken big decisions regarding the madrassas of UP. The government has put its stamp on four important proposals of the Madrasa Board. by this UP Madrasa Teachers are going to get a big relief. On the lines of the education department, now madrasa teachers will also get all facilities. Whether it is a matter of transfer, or jobs to the dependents of the deceased… be it maternity leave to women or new madrassas getting recognition from the UP Madarsa Board, now madrassas of UP will get all these facilities.
Transfer can be done in aided madrasas
For a long time, madrassa teachers have been demanding that they should also be provided with the facility of mutual transfer on the lines of other teachers. On the demand of madrassa teachers, the government has now approved the transfer of teachers serving in state-aided madrasas. However, for this written consent of the managers of both the madrasas would be necessary. Transfer of teachers can be done only for the same post.
dependents will get jobs
While stamping another proposal of the Uttar Pradesh Madrasa Education Council, the government has also issued a new order for the appointment of the deceased dependents. On the lines of various government departments, now the deceased dependents of madrassa teachers will also be able to get jobs in madrasas. This is believed to be a big decision of the Yogi government.
Madarsa also gift to female teachers
Women teachers have also got a big relief in the big decisions of the government regarding madrasas of UP. All women working in madrasas will be given maternity leave on the lines of government women employees. In the meeting of Madrasa Board held recently, Chairman Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed Javed made this proposal in view of the problems of women.
New madrasas will get recognition
UP Madrasa Board President Iftikhar Ahmed Javed told that there are 16,513 recognized madrasas in the state. But there are many others who are running without recognition. For this information, the UP government will conduct a survey. Survey team will be formed soon.
It is worth noting that for the last 7 years, the UP Madrasa Board has not given recognition to any new madrasa. The population of the state has naturally increased in this time. But due to withholding of recognition, new madrasas are not able to join the board. Now with the decision of the Yogi government, new madrasas in the state can also get recognition after a long time.