New Delhi: National anthem has been made mandatory in madrassas of UP, the state Madrassa Education Board said in an order issued on Thursday. This order will be applicable in all recognized, aided and non-aided madrassas. According to the information, while issuing a letter to all the minority welfare officers, it has been said that the national anthem should be made compulsorily at the beginning of the academic session in the recognised and aided madrasas of the state.
The national anthem will be played before the class starts in the morning. After the national anthem, the students will go to the classes. The national anthem will be sung in all madrasas that are open after the Ramadan holiday.
Uttar Pradesh Madrasa Education Board Council has made singing of National Anthem mandatory at madrasas before the start of classes.
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Along with this, it has been said in the order that the District Minority Welfare Officers will have to monitor regularly to ensure the compliance of this order.
Classes have started in madrasas from today after the Ramadan holidays. There are also examinations in the Madrasa Board from May 14.
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