Hindi and Arabic Education :
Schools comes under the control of this Directorate :
|Medium of Instruction||Primary Schools||High Schools||No. of Hindi
As regards to Arabic Madarasas and Colleges, Government of Karnataka has a separate Grant –in – Aid rules in their order No. ED 15 CSP 79 dated: 20.6.1979 have released grants to 103 Arabic Schools. This financial assistance is released for the salary of teachers of these traditional Madarasas. There are 323 Arabic Madarasas in the state. Of which 103 are aided and 220 are Unaided Arabic Schools are opened and run in Bombay Karnataka and Hyderbad Karnataka areas like Belguam , Bijapur, Karwar, Dharwad, Gulbarga, Bidar and Bellary districts in the state. There are 09 Arabic College in the state of which 03 are aided and 06 are unaided.
Modernisation of Madarasas :
The Government of India has introduced a scheme to encourage traditional institutions like Madarasas to modernize their curriculum.
A grant of Rs. 19,97,600-00 have been released for 119 Arabic Madarasas in the state. Under this scheme, subjects like Science, Social Science and English are taught. Teachers are appointed on a consolidated salary of Rs. 2200/- per month. An amount of Rs. 4000/- is allotted to each Madarasas to purchase science equipments. 73 approved teachers are working in these Madarasas. This has been extended to 1999-2000 and Govt has released salary to the 73 teachers at the rate of Rs. 3,000/- per teacher per month. During 2000-2001, 5 months salary to 73 teachers at the rate of Rs. 3000/- per teacher is released. During 2001-02, Govt. have permitted to utilize the balance amount of previous years. This balance amount Rs. 6,81,547 + 2,52,000=9.33 lakhs has been released for the salary of teachers. This amount has been again released to the Divisional Joint Directors for disbursement of salary to teachers.
Proposal has been sent to the Govt. to release Rs. 68.43 lakhs towards the salary of 72 teachers from 2002-2003 to 2004-05. An amount of Rs. 77.41 lakhs has been released vide G.O. No. Ed 325 MCD 2004 dated 30.10.2006. This amount has been released to the Joint Director of Belguam, Gulbarga and Bangalore Division for disbursement of salary to teachers.
An amount of Rs.53,19,700-00 from this amount is paid as salary to 51 eligible Arabic Teachers from 2002-03 to 2004-05, and an amount of Rs. /24.21 lakhs- is kept aside as salary to the rest of 21 teachers for the year 2005-06. And permission is asked from the government to permit to pay the said salary. Utilisation Certificate is also submitted in this regard. Further, proposal has been sent to the Govt. for the release of Rs. 73.44 lakhs ( including the balance of Rs. 24.21 lakhs ) for the payment of salary to these teachers for the period 2005-06 to 2008-09.
Modernisation of Madarasa scheme is recasted and reintroduced by the Central Govt, under the d11th five year plan as Scheme for Providing Quality Education Guidelines of the scheme and the formats are sent to all the DDPI’s of the state to take further necessary action. Proposals received by the districts will be scrutinized and will be approved by the State Grant-in Aid- Committee headed by the Commissioner of Public Instruction.
Hindi Vidyalayas :
To develop Hindi language in non Hindi speaking areas of the State, Govt. of Karnataka vide its Order No. ED 15 PHN 76 dated: 26.7.1979 has made provision to open Hindi Vidyalayas in the State. There are 86 Hindi Vidyalayas in the State, of which 80 vidyalayas are getting partial grants, 6 institutions are unaided, further 5 voluntary organizations are conducting Hindi examinations and issuing certificates to the students.
In co-ordination with the Kendriya Hindi Samsthan , Agra, the state is running Hindi Parangath College at Mysore. State Govt. is meeting the expenditures of the staff like salaries, Travelling allowances, contingencies etc., As per the NCTE norms 60 candidates are admitted per year. Of which 20 seats are reserved for inservice candidates and 40 seats for private candidates.
Further, under the scheme of financial assistance for appointment of Hindi teachers in Non Hindi speaking states grants are being released from the GOI towards payment of salaries to these teachers since 1998-99