International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

 

A HISTORICAL REVIEW ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF ART AND FEMALE EDUCATION DURING THE MUSLIM REGIMES IN INDIA
Aijaz Ahmed Gujjar, Dr, Naeemullah Bajwa, Dr. Ghazala Shaheen, Muhammad Mushtaq

Abstract
This study was conducted to analyze the developments of education in various sectors under the Muslims rulers in India. The objectives of the study were: (1) to identify the developments of art education during the period of Great Mughals, (2) to review the cultural education under the Great Mughals, and (3) to discuss the female education during the Mughals periods. The recommendations of the study were :(1) educational institutions should be given full financial assistance as were in the Mughals regime and permanent sources being created for the sustenance of institutions, (2) the experiment of Aurang Zeb period about compulsory education should be applied to our own country. The low literacy rate in 21st century can be overcome through well thought out planning,(3) special place should be given to the subject of character building. So as to produce students, for which nation could be proud of being their next generation. (4) the science and technology education should be made popular at all levels and female education be made cheap and accessible.(5) special grants should be released for procurement of new machineries and allied accessories, and (6) female education was not well patronized by Mughals as were the problem still exists in Pakistan. There is dire need to cater for female education on priority basis. Separate institutions should be opened and employment opportunities for female be catered for the improvement the status of females in this country.

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