Is the Madarassa system still relevant?

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Madrassa an Arabic word which means “lesson”.

In literal usage, it means “school”. In its contemporary meaning, it is an institution of learning or education, where Islamic studies, including literary, scientific and philosophical ones, are taught.

As a part of Islamic studies, all students in a madrassa are taught to inculcate the practices and belief of Islam and follow Quran and the teachings of the Prophet. Although the foundation of madrassa education in all countries stands on the two strong pillars of Quran and Sunnah, does the old system or method of teaching remain relevant or must it be adapted for contemporary realities.


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