The trend of education at that time

The trend of education at that time

When the students of madrasas other than Nizamiya University were educated by the same teacher, they were under the shelter and supervision of that teacher. Many teachers not only taught his students to read and write but also made some money for them and took full responsibility for their sustenance, even helping them with the scriptures. But not all teachers do that.

There was very little circulation of books printed in Takale. Some teachers had two or three printed books, but most of the teachers used to teach the students with the help of their handwritten books. And the multi-faceted teachers used to teach the students from their own acquired knowledge and take the help of some books as required. While the students were taking lessons, all of them would sit down with notebooks and doyat pens and would immediately write down every word of the teacher’s description in their notebooks. In this way, a large number of books would be prepared for each student by combining the writings of the whole year.

After the students listened to the teacher and wrote down the lessons to be learned, the teacher would listen to them separately from each other once and correct any mistakes. Therefore, there could be no errors in the written books of the students and there could be no difference between the written subjects of all the students. Students would memorize the written material after it was revised by the teacher. As a result, on the one hand, things would be memorized by them, on the other hand, it would become a huge pure book.

In later life, they used to take the help of these books as they needed to teach again. Each student had to write a book of at least one thousand two pages a year in order to learn one subject at a time. Learning a subject in Takkal was not so easy in this age. Again, it is needless to say that the students of this period did not have a thorough knowledge of many subjects and passed the exams by cheating.

Every teacher considered it his moral duty to keep a close eye on his student’s conduct, manners, abstinence, manners, character formation, etc., and the teachers always tried to reflect his own personal character and doctrine in the lives of his students. For this reason, the student who learned different subjects from different teachers was also endowed with different types of personal qualities of different teachers. Not only did the teachers teach their students to read and write, but every teacher paid close attention to whether the students applied what they taught in their lives and whether they acted accordingly.

For all these reasons, Hazrat Bara Pir Sahib was in the company of many excellent teachers and was endowed with all kinds of virtues.

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