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Madrassas, apart from imparting religious education, influences the socio-cultural aspect of a person. With an established recognition board, syllabus, Curriculum, and training programme for Madrassa teachers, they have become integral part of the Muslim Community in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The present paper explains the Madrassa System of Education with special reference to Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
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