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4.4.3 CURRICULUM OF NADVA MOVEMENT IN EDUCATION

The Nadwa Movement aimed at reforming and streamlining the curriculum of the traditional Islamic academies. Therefore, it was decided that the curriculum of old sciences should be reproduced after incorporating modern trends. In addition modern sciences were also, included in the curriculum. Accordingly the scholars and teachers of the Nadwa continued teaching the old curriculum even after the establishment of the Nadwat-ul-Ulama. Hence, the real reformation started when exegesis of the Holy Quran and the Science of Hadith took their place in the curriculum. As regards the modern sciences, English was made compulsory and only the teaching of modern Arabic was stressed out of the whole Arabic language and literature.

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