N, Subhi. (1993). The Role of Muslim Minority Institutions in the Educational System of India. Unpublished. Ph.D., Education. University of Lucknow.
The objectives were: (1) To study the development of different type of Muslim educational institutions in India and their role in educating the Muslims. (2) To study their aims and objectives, their administration setup, their buildings and equipment, their curriculum, educational qualification and emoluments of their teachers and the degree of job satisfaction among them.
147 different types of Institutes (Primary schools, Muslim minority
college, Maktabs, Madarasas, etc.) were selected as a Sample.
The data were collected with the help of Job – Satisfaction Scale by Singh & Sharma (1986).The Observation Schedule developed by Researcher was also used for data collection.
Historical and Normative Survey Method was used in research.The data were analyzed by Percentage.
The findings of study were: (1) All the teachers of different institutes were found highly satisfied with their job. (2) In all colleges, there are proper arrangements for co – curricular activities. (3) At present in addition to the institutions imparting education on traditional lines, such as the Maktabs and the Madarasas, Muslim community has set up many primary and secondary schools, degree colleges and Universities which receive grants from the government.
Keyword(s): Muslim Minority Institutions , Educational System,