The Muslim rulers in India founded schools (Maktabs), Colleges (Madrassahs) and libraries in their dominions. While academic individuals were engaged in the madrassahs, the majority of the instructors in the maktabs were moulvis. The majority of the teacher training process was starting where the previous instructors left off. Good, seasoned professors with a keen eye for talent hired capable students as tutors to supervise and instruct the younger students in their absence. Thus, the monitorial system, which served as a means of training future teachers, was popular during the mediaeval era as well. Both society and the pupils they taught appreciated and held the instructors in high regard.
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