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Uttar Pradesh Madrasas to Teach English, Hindi Languages 

The UP Cabinet also approved the proposal of following NCERT syllabus and books in madrasas.

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The Uttar Pradesh Cabinet on Wednesday, 23 May, accepted state madrasa board's proposal to teach English and Hindi languages besides Urdu in the Islamic institutions.

The decision in this regard was taken at a Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow on Tuesday evening.

The cabinet also approved the proposal of following NCERT syllabus and books in the madrasas, an official spokesman said here.

Subjects like Hindi, English, Science, Mathematics and Social Science would be introduced in the curriculum, the official said.

The state madrasa board in a meeting with the government officials on 15 May had suggested that all Islamic institutions should teach English and Hindi languages along with Urdu.

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