Article 30

Article 30 of the Indian Constitution provides rights to minorities for the establishment and administration of educational institutions. Clause 2 of this Act states that government should not discriminate against any educational institute on the grounds that it is managed by a minority community.
The Supreme Court held that the right for government’s financial aid to the educational institutes, whether run by a majority or minority community, is not a fundamental right. Article 30(2) only safeguards minority educational institutes from being discriminated when other institutes are receiving aids.

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