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PRIMAX IJCMR VOLUME NO.8, ISSUE NO. 2, JULY- SEPTEMBER 2020

Sep 1, 2020



 A study of Government Aided Minority Educational Institutions:Provision, Protection & Perversion

 Dr. B.S.Selvakumar, Assistant Professor & HOD, Department of Political Science, Voorhees College,Vellore.

 DOI : 10.46528/PIJCMR.2020.V08I02.392-407

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The Rights to Education is a Human Rights and is provided as a fundamental rightinArticle -21 A of the Indian Constitution. The right to Education Act of Parliament of India enacted on 4 august 2009, underlines the right to free and compulsory education to every child between the ages of 6 to 14 years. The State as such has the obligation to provide Education. As Government alone cannot bear the burden of Education the voluntary sector is profitably associated in the task of educating the masses. Article 30 provides of the Indian Constitution provides that the minority community, the right to establish and administer educational Institutions of its choice. In this context the Minority Institutionshave been playing a significant role.Nevertheless, Over the years the Minority Educational Institutions, especially Aided minority Educational Institutions have undergone an obivious change in their objective and management. Thus, perversion is observed and the higher judiciary namely the High Courts and Supreme Courts have been resorted to provide the anti-dote through their judgments in relevant cases. These Judgments regulate and affirm the Minority Institutions obligations Key Words: Human Rights, Constitution, Education, Minority Institution, Judiciary, Perversion.