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The Provisions of Article 14 of Constitution provides right of equality to the citizens of India. Article 16 ensures the rights of equality in the matter of public employment. Apart from these rights of equality, these are certain special provisions for providing certain privileges to the backwards and minority communities in the country. The Provisions of Article 29 and 30 of Constitution provide certain special rights to the minority communities; these rights are available to both religious and linguistics minority communities. Article 30 provides right to every religion’s minority viz. Muslim, Buddhists, Sikhs, Jains, Arya Samaj etc. to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice. These rights, however, does not provide t hem to maladminister their institutions. The book is an attempt to sum up the various laws and case-laws governing the educational rights of the minority communities and education institution, viz. Schools and colleges established and run by them.