Computer based system for Madarasa Education
In this study an attempt has been made to understand the use of computer and computer education as an innovative approach to Madarasa education. The Madarasas are now being spread throughout the Muslim world and are progressing by leaps and bounds. Thus, there exists an urgent need to bring innovations in education in general and Madarasa education in particular. The computer has made its existence everywhere and is responsible to bring laurels in every domain of life. It has enhanced the pace of development in all sorts of life. The computer has also enhanced the scope of non-formal, formal and informal modes of education. Nowadays there is least scope of traditional modes and tactics in education. It is a need of the hour to introduce certain novel techniques, innovative approaches and need based tactics in Madrassa education in order to enhance its quality and improving its effectiveness for increasing the outcome of learning and for keeping the pace with and being parallel to the modern system of education. It was found that in Madrasas the traditional approach of teaching is being followed. It was found that there is no scope of secular subjects. It is suggested that Madarsa students must be equipped with latest know how of computer technology in much the same way as the students of different levels of traditional schooling.
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