By Khabrein.Info Correspondent,
Kozhikode: The executive meeting of Majlisu Tha’leemul Islami, educational wing of Jamaat-e-Islami, Kerala, demanded the Kerala Government put control in giving NOC (Non-Objection Certificate) for more self-financing schools and colleges.
Government should get ready to allocate more educational institutions under public sector in Malabar area, where students are suffering from the shortage of sufficient institutions for higher studies.
Government should undertake unbiased stand in the applications of several schools and colleges successfully run by various minority groups for long years.
Those schools should be granted permission considering their track record in past years. But it should not end up in education business, the meeting requested.
Efforts to take away languages from public education should be resisted. The ignorance and inconsistency in issues of language should be resolved. The meeting urged the government to establish a language university in the state.
Chairman of Majlisu Thaleemul Islami, T Arifali, presided over the meeting. Secretary S Kamarudheen presented the report.
O Abdurahiman, Sheik Muhammed Karakkunnu, M.I Abdul Asees, Khalid Moosa, Professor Ayirur Muhammed and Saleel Hassan spoke in the meeting.