The Uttar Pradesh Board of Madrassa Education (UPBME) on Tuesday declared the results for examination conducted in April this year. Madrassa students had for the first time appeared in examinations under CCTV vigil, leading to a record high absenteeism.
Students will be able to access their result on the official website of madrassa board from 10am on Wednesday.
A total of 2,70,755 students from across 19,000 madrasas in UP appeared for examinations of Munshi and Maulvi (equivalent to class X), Aalim (equivalent to class XII), Kamil (equivalent to graduation) and Fazil (equivalent to postgraduation).
UPBME announced that Amroha-based student Mohammad Faheem of Madrassa Jamia Alia Jafariya topped the Aalim examination with 81.2%, followed by Mohammad Ghufran of Madrassa Arabia Islamic, Sitapur ,with 81.1% and Farheen Khatoon of Madrassa Anwarul Uloom Dhauraha with 80.3%. Lucknow student Mehrunnisa from Madrasa Eram Model Career School has bagged the eighth rank in top 10 list with 78% marks.
In the Munshi-Maulvi category, Iffatuz Zakia of Madrassa Alia Jafariya Niswan, Amroha, topped with 90%, followed by Mohammad Faizan aof Madrassa Mazidiya Azizul Uloom, Amroha, with 89.3% marks and Mujbuddin of Madrasaa Islamic Jamia High school, Amroha, with 88.9%.
UPBME registrar Rahul Gupta said that 2,70,755 students had to appear in examination, but 62,825 were absent. Gupta said that examination for next batch will be conducted in February and results will be announced in March along with other board results so that madrassa students don’t fall behind. Source: TOI