Quality Reform in Traditional Madrasahs for Sustainable Development in Bangladesh: An Observation and a Study from the British Colonial Education System

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  • MD ABDULLAH AL MASUM

Abstract

The paper mainly examines how the former British education system can contribute to the present reform movement of madrasah education in Bangladesh, particularly of traditional Qawmi institutions to ensure sustainable development in the country. The study also explores how the British government took a reformed madrasah scheme to adapt to the modern education system in colonial Bengal. We argue that the reformed madrasah scheme was a modernised system for enhancing the education of material life in Bangladesh. In this context, the present paper takes a historical approach to see what the current old education system might learn from the British reformed madrasah education scheme. The present research method relies on official educational reports, records and contemporary books, periodical and newspapers analyses

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2021-03-11

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MD ABDULLAH AL MASUM. (2021). Quality Reform in Traditional Madrasahs for Sustainable Development in Bangladesh: An Observation and a Study from the British Colonial Education System. Quarterly Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society, 68(4). Retrieved from http://phs.com.pk/index.php/phs/article/view/92

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