The Department said the new curriculum was implemented as Madrassas were registered in the government system in various districts.
Such curriculum has been brought from Class 1 to 8, said Director of the Department of Education, Tek Narayan Pandey.
A total of 250 full marks from Class 1 to 8 have been approved, he said. English, math, science and other subjects are taught under the new curriculum.
There are some 1158 Madrassas registered all over the country and government has been giving curriculum, scholarships, relief teachers, buildings and other grants, the Department said.
Such curriculum is implemented in Banke, Kapilbastu, Siraha, Saptari, Bara and Parsa and other districts where there is more Muslim population, and they need training and knowledge of language. RSS
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