Madrasa students pass Dakhil: Employment arrangements in the Middle East will be ensured if the madrasa students pass the submission. In order to implement this goal, the curriculum of madrasa education is being changed. Adding to the revised curriculum is the new trade and craftsmanship of the craftsmanship. Required instructors and manpower will be recruited. These sources are known in the relevant sources.
According to the Madrasah Education Board, some trade, including sewing and dressing, have not been compulsory but for all. But it will be compulsory now. After considering the technical standards of the respective countries abroad, the students will be given advanced technical education by signing contracts with them. Adding standard technical education as well as adding Arabic spoken skills is a guarantee of getting jobs in the Middle East.
In the context of food, seminar on “Higher education abroad for the madrasa students abroad” will be held on Saturday (June 15th) in Darrul Alqam al-Islamia Madrasa in Uttara, capital Dhaka. The Prime Minister will be present as the chief guest, Advocate Sheikh Abdullah.
Also present as the special guest, Awami League General Secretary Maulana Abdul Kuddus, Vice President Maulana Sajidur Rahman, Director General Moulana Jubair Ahmad Chowdhury and Daily Inqilab Assistant Secretary Maulana Ubaidur Rahman Khan. Shaikh Sanaullah Azhari, director of Manaratut-Tiban director of Cairo, Egypt, will talk about the pros and cons of Qomomi and Alia Madrasa students abroad.