Madarsa education is very common among the Muslims in India. Hundreds of thousand Muslim children acquire their primary, and perhaps the only formal education in these madarsas. As a result they are quite backward in science education. A section of scholars held madarsa education responsible for the poor socio-economic conditions of Indian Muslims. Due to the absence of modern education the madarsa trained persons are unable to improve their own material prosperity or to provide proper leadership to their Muslim community.

The purpose of the present study is to analyze whether madarsa education becomes a barrier in promoting modern education or whether institutions did help improve socio-economic conditions of madarsa trained persons.

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