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Introduction

E-Madarsa Portal was designed by the NIC UP State Unit Lucknow for providing an ICT tools to the GoUP for effective monitoring and control of Madarsa educational system.

Right from year 1953, Uttar Pradesh Madarsa Board is functional but even up to 2018 state wide forged or unrecognized Madarsa and unorganized/ untraceable record at Board level were main reasons for defective and uncontrolled Madarsa education system.

E-Madarsa Portal was designed by the NIC UP State Unit Lucknow for providing an ICT tools to the GoUP for effective monitoring and control of Madarsa educational system. Right from year 1953, Uttar Pradesh Madarsa Board is functional but even up to 2018 state wide forged or unrecognized Madarsa and unorganized/ untraceable record at Board level were main reasons for defective and uncontrolled Madarsa education system.

To maintain comprehensive MIS of all Madarsa, online registration for every Madarsa was made mandatory with uploading of all relevant documents. It is the responsibility of departmental district Level officer to digitally authenticate and accept or reject the claim against every registration after checking the Madarsa recognition documents uploaded along with physical verification of building, HR, Infra and facilities.

At state level Registrar, Madarsa Board also digitally sign against every accepted Madarsa on the portal, So that facilities, funds and educators can be provided by Government only to these recognized and valid Madarsa. This methodology has wiped off all fraudulent, fake and unrecognized Madarsa from the system.

Salient Features

E-Madarsa portal got 20,547 registrations for Madarsa out of which 13,320 were found valid in a transparent manner.

Now facilities from Government can be claimed only by these Madarsa, It facilitated Government in achieving the goals of this educational system.

Online controlling of admission and examination has also added a land mark achievement by eliminating fake students, a total of 2,95,836 students registered for examination in comparison of previous years 3,71,052 students.

Online absent feeding from examination centers resulted a huge drop of 62,825 registered students during examination, while 77,827 failed due to proper examination answer sheet evaluation center allotment and online marks feeding. Passing percentage during this Academic session is 62.57% (130103 / 207930) in comparison to previous year 70.89% (263061 / 371052).

Madarsa Educational Board is now in the way of achieving the educational objective by imposing NCERT standards, so that students with good knowledge will come out and may compete with other Boards of Education.








 
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
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