| Published: March 25, 2015
Assessment of Alienation among the Madrasa Students of Kashmir Valley
Background: In the Muslim world Madrasa is the main source of education. Throughout the world Madrasas are imparting education to Muslim students. Due to lack of modern education and Urdu medium system in the Madrasa, the students enrolled in these Madrasa could not compete with the other students. So, they face lot of problems in making their psychological and social adjustment. They get alienated from themselves and their society because their degree‟s are not recognized anywhere. This creates lot of difficulties in getting jobs. Objective: The main objective of paper is to assess the level of alienation among male and female madrasa students. Method: The present study was conducted on the sample of 120 male and female Madrasa students. The data was collected from the Kashmir (India). For the purpose of data collection from different Madrasa students, alienation scale developed by Kureshi and Dutt (1979) was administered on subjects. The subjects were randomly selected. For the result purposes Mean, S.D. and t -test were calculated. Results: The results showed that both male and female madrasa students are experience the level of alienation. However, on the basis of mean score male students shows high mean score (M=48.98) as compared to female students (M=44.98).While as no siginificant difference were found in their alienation scores. Conclusion: Alienation was found to be common in madrasa students especially in male as compared to female students. There is need of further research in this area. So that this problem could be highlighted and addressed in order to prepare and to generate the coping ability among them.
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© 2015 I M Malik
Received: December 29, 2014; Revision Received: January 29, 2015; Accepted: March 25, 2015
Published in Volume 02, Issue 2, January-March, 2015