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No more ‘Cadet’ and ‘International’: Madrasahs asked to be themselves
The government has asked all madrasahs concerned to drop the words ‘cadet’ and ‘international’ from their names.
Technical and Madrasah Education Division of the Education Ministry issued an order Sunday on 'illegal business of cadet madrasahs', said a handout.
The Education Ministry also asked the unapproved ‘cadet madrasahs’ to get permission from the government within three months to continue conducting their educational activities.
The madrasah authorities were also directed to ensure they were following the text books and other curriculums set by National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) and Madrasah Education Board.