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Bangladesh Madrasa Education Board


Opening Hour
Saturday Closed
Sunday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Monday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Friday Closed

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Alia Madrasah was established in 1780 by British government and formed Madrasah education Board of Bengal. Madrasah Education was then started formally. Consequently Madrasah Education was reformed.







Especially late Fazlul Haq the prime minister declared in a prize giving ceremony is Kolkata Alia Madrasah in 1939, “I want the spread of Madrasah Education should be modernized and an Arabic University should be established”.







To materialize this declaration of share-E-Bangla a committee named Moula Box was formed. This committee, along with the advice of establishing a University for Madrasah students, advises in the following way for the entire development of Madrasah Education. In 1947 after having the independence of Pakistan many commissions was formed for the development of Madrasah Education. Among them in 1949 “West Bengal Educational System Reconstruction Committee” and in 1963-64 the name of Arabic University are especially mentionable.









Message from chairman
The challenges of twenty-first century are ahead of us. In order to overcome the challenges, we need an efficient and dynamic management system. For improvement the quality of religious and modern education simultaneously, we are trying to set up an e-governance in the madrasah education system of Bangladesh. The associated web site is the first step for establishing and e-governance.








The objectives of this program are:
To ensure accountability, transparency & corruptionless administration so as to attain dynamic madrasah education management.
To Coordinate Madrasah Educational data and information with other government and non government organizations, institute etc.
To provide scope for getting updated information particularly for the teachers and thereby ensure accountability and transparency.
To establish a system for providing information to the public and thereby ensure the scope of free and open discussions.
All these are undoubtedly challenging ones. We hope that through this system we will able to ensure educational quality and thereby build up promising generation to the increasing competition. We hope that through e-governance many of the traditional madrasah will be able to follow its vision of excellence as a fact, not fiction. The Country needs those people who can change the livelihood of the general mass for the better.

We need to establish and run institutes to bring out a revolution in education through new technologies.
Hope that the students would reach to the high standards. Passion for bringing with a desire for success, would take them to the top.
Md. Abdun Noor Chairman Bangladesh Madrasha Education Board

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