Assam Government decides to close down all the Madrassa and Sanskrit Schools

Assam,28/12 (AO Bureau): The Assam government has introduced a bill in the winter session starting from Monday, in which it is proposed to close all madrasas and Sanskrit schools and make them institutions of common education. Along with this, there is also a proposal to never open a madrasa or school by the government in this bill. Assam Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma gave this information on Monday. Sarma said that “We have introduced a bill under which all madrasas will be converted into institutions of general education and no madrasa will be established by the government in future. We will introduce this bill to bring a truly secular curriculum in the education system.”

Sarma further said that Congress and AIUDF (All India United Democratic Front) have opposed this bill. But we are determined that this bill needs to be passed and it will be passed. ” Assam Cabinet approve this bill just a few days ago. Apart from this, the state cabinet has also approved a separate proposal so that To ensure that officials of private educational institutions obtain permission from the government before conducting them.

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