A fool-proof examination system introduced under Nizam-ul-Madris Pakistan: Dr. Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri

Nizam ul Madras Pakistan 3rd Foundation Day

Dr. Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri, Chairman of Minhaj-ul-Quran International Supreme Council, has said in a statement on the third founding day of Nizam-ul-Madris Pakistan that the system has harmonized the educational culture of religious schools with revolutionary steps in many aspects, including changing the curriculum of nearly 300 years old according to the essential requirements.

He said that Nizam-ul-Madris Pakistan also has the honor of not only preparing a new curriculum in a short period of 3 years but also ensuring 100% implementation of it, and including the Mustafavi thought of peace, mutual coexistence, and interfaith harmony in the curriculum of religious schools.

Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri said that religious schools are the fortress of Islam, the preservers of theoretical foundations, and their effective and active educational role is indispensable for a stable and peaceful Pakistan. He said that the reforms needed at the curriculum and teaching levels were being overlooked, due to which religious schools could not be included in the central role of national development with thousands of students. Nizam-ul-Madris Pakistan has filled this gap, he added.

Chairman Supreme Council said that Nizam-ul-Madris Pakistan has introduced a fool-proof examination system, which has now attained the status of a role model for others. He said that hundreds of examination centers are undergoing simultaneous online monitoring for the first time in the history of religious schools, and transparency has been ensured.

“This credit goes to the hardworking and determined team of the school system”, he said.

He said that he is also pleased that for the first time in the history of Pakistan, refresher courses for teachers are being organized and teachers are being equipped with modern teaching techniques. The system, he said, is also striving to provide students of religious schools with education in English, science, and computers.

“We understand that students of religious seminaries should be so strong in educational credentials that they can fulfill their religious, social, and societal responsibilities in every field of life as professionals in an excellent manner”, Dr Hassan opined.

He congratulated all the organizers for rendering great services to Nizam-ul-Madris Pakistan.