5hen SirSyed was posted at -ligarh in #$)6, he started the "uhammadan -nglo27riental School in the city. SirSyed got the opportunity to visit 0ngland in #$)&268. 9uring his stay, he studied the 4ritish educational system and appreciated it. 7n his return home he decided to make ". -. 7. :igh School on the pattern of 4ritish boarding schools. The School later became a college in #$6%. The status of 1niversity was given to the college after the death of SirSyed in #&;8. ". -. 7. :igh School, <ollege and 1niversity played a big role in the awareness of the "uslims of South -sia. The following were some of the famous associations which were founded for the uplift of the "uslims.
124 el-Buhuth, Volume 2, No 2, 2020 dan perjuangannya dalam mengimbangi tentangan Barat dengan keterbukaan terhadap nilai dan aspirasi modennya. 5 Pendekatan kritis yang dirumuskan SirSyed ini turut ditelaah oleh Rahmani Begum Mohammad Ruknuddin Hassaan dalam tesisnya “The Educational Movement of SirSyedAhmedKhan 1858-1898” yang menganalisis usaha SirSyed dalam mengartikulasi pandangan reform dan menggerakkan pembaharuan di India dan perkembangan idea-idea yang revolusioner ini dalam pemikiran intelektualnya. 6 Diilhamkan daripada kunjungannya ke England antara 1869-1870 beliau memanfaatkan pengalamannya yang mencabar bagi memulihkan kekuatan Islam di India. Aspirasi inilah kemudiannya direalisasikan sepanjang 1870-1878, dengan pembaharuan yang digerakkan dan pencapaian-pencapaiannya yang penting dalam aspek politik, sosial, moral dan pendidikan termasuk pembentukan MAO College di Aligarh dan aktiviti-aktiviti yang digerakkan di luar kolej (antara 1879-1898) dalam menyediakan pendidikan moden yang mampu menyaingi pengaruh Barat yang dominan.
The presence of co-morbid illness is a significant clinical subject as it complicates the diagnosis, treatment and prognosis therefore, it is important to identify and treat any co-morbid psychiatric conditions in children . Co-morbid disorders have a poorer outcome as evidenced by significantly greater social, emotional, and psychological difficulties . Medline and Pakmedinet search showed no published studies on Child and Adolescent Co-morbidity from Pakistan, except from Aga Khan University Co-morbidity with ADHD on Clinical notes of 166 patients presenting to child psychiatric clinic One third of the sample had co- morbid psychiatric illnesses . In civil hospital Karachi mental health morbidity were assessed, psychiatric disorder were frequent in males 126(63%) compared to females 74(37%) .
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nation was at the apogee of distress and misery. The only antidote to the entire dilemma he firmly believed was the modern education. With his dynamics, he penetrated deep into the realms of his nation and worked as a torchbearer to bring out the ills vis-à-vis backwardness and cope with the transitional modern world‟s challenges. Thus, the monumental status of SirSyed in terms of his vision to shake the complacency of his nation, undoubtedly, remains unparalleled. He was a visionary, a vigourous reformer who painstakingly carried out his mission of dragging out his nation from the prolonged predicament overshadowed under the foreign occupation. His dynamics exposed his ailing nation to the enlightenment and erected the antidote in the form of converge between the tradition and modernity. He painstakingly tried to develop the modern sense among his brethren and urged them to shape their tastes with modern education without which, he believed, his nation can never come out of their wretched state of affairs or can never compete in the social or political spheres. Modern education thus, was a preoccupying force with his thought process which according to him would fuel the dead nerves of his people. His, was an urge to uplift his nation which he carried by overcoming every ordeal. He never favoured Muslim aggression on political matters because he knew this will never help their denigration. He wanted to uplift them through education and lead them to prosperity. He worked for the emancipation and progression. He had keenly studied the glorious past of Muslims and wanted to drive the attention of his brethren towards the same in order to reawaken them from their despondent state. With an extraordinary vigour to reform his nation, he started the mission by establishing schools at Moradabad in 1859 and in Gazipur in 1863 both during his posting. Moreover, the towering step was the foundation of the Scientific Society in 1864 in Gazipur with the motive to translate the western scientific or other literature into the vernacular languages in order to spread knowledge among the native common masses. All this was not sufficient to quench his reformative thirst. His dream was to emulate the splendid educational institutions of Europe, which kept on knocking his vibrant consciousness since his visit to England in 1869. A long stay of seventeen months was well enough to set a plan for a magnificent institution on the models of European Institutions. He strived to work out his experience to edify his nation towards enlightenment. Thus, an era
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With the changing global and universal scenarios, we should try to engage more and more students with current issues through language and literature. We need to develop habits of meaningful and critical response among students to face these challenges of ever-changing global horizons. Modern societies are using their literature to raise the important social, political and moral issues like Mark Jackett (2007) used a novel to talk about a major social evil or rape and women harassment in his society. Jackett understands the significance of classroom and universities in enhancing awareness among young people. 4 The same was done by SirSyed Ahmad Khan through SirSyed Movement to bring a revolution in Indian society especially among the lives of Muslims in the sub-continent. We agree with Jackett when he argues: