The religious education in Pakistan claims much important position in the overall educational system of the country. Number of the students enrolled in universities and traditional religious madrasas is much higher than the number of students enrolled in
any other discipline. The religious education in Pakistan is basically divided into two mainstreams. One stream is comprised of Deenī Madrasas which are controlled by
independent Madrasa Boards, that have been established by various religious schools of thought (Sects) in the country. The other stream constitutes colleges, universities and other institutions that are patterned along the modern western educational system.
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