To Analyze the Social Impact of Madaris on The Students Achievement in Sindh

Authors

  • Dr. Mahboob Ali Dehraj SBBU, SBA Author
  • Dr. Peral Khan Assistant Professor Sukkur IBA Sukkur. Author
  • Ms. Ambreen Somro Research Scholar SBBU, SBA. Author
  • Mr. Ashique Hussain Jamali Research Scholar SBBU, SBA. Author

Keywords:

Analyze, Study Social, Community Impact, Impression Madaris, Religious Institutions

Abstract

The trend of Madaris institutions is increases in the district of Shaheed Benazir Abad, Sindh. Madaris, which are religious educational institutions, are becoming increasingly popular among students who seek to pursue Islamic education. This trend is due to several factors, including a growing interest in Islamic education, a desire for more traditional modes of learning, and a lack of access to quality education in the region. The Madaris institutions in the district offer a range of programs, including basic Islamic education, religious studies, and advanced degrees in Islamic law and theology. the objective of study are 1. To identify the social services of ,Madaris of SBA,in Sindh 2. Analyses the social services of Madaris of SBA, in Sindh. This is the quantitative research, in which survey method was applied and population of this research was Madaris of district Shaheed Benazirabad , the sample was selected two taluka’s one is dour and other is Nawab Shah , this sample was 30 Madaris , which were selected in which respondents were 100 teachers of Madaris as well as 100 parents of students of Madaris ,these were selected for close questionnaires were used with five Likert scale, the sample of the study was stratifies sampling ,the finding of this study was that there is the most of the respondents were agreed these Madaris are playing very vital role in Islamic education ,they are also providing basic study facilities to their students. These Madaris also provide free education with boarding and free medical and admission with books. These also provide Islamic education especially about Islam so the defensive system of Islamic education conclusion is that most of the respondents agreed that these Madaris are playing a very important role to provide Islamic education freely as well as these Madaris s also provide their students a very good status in society. the recommendation of the study were as under that govt should support these Madaris , time to time monitoring these Madaris special provide support for modern subject ,these Madaris should be activated for social activities . While there are concerns about the quality of education and the potential for extremism, efforts are being made to address these issues and ensure that the institutions provide a positive and enriching educational experience for students.

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2024-03-31

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To Analyze the Social Impact of Madaris on The Students Achievement in Sindh. (2024). International Research Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 5(1), 267-279. https://irjmss.com/index.php/irjmss/article/view/240

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