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Cultural and Educational Rights
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ARTICLE 28 TO 32 - Right against religious instructions under Article 28, cultural and educational rights, also referred to as minority rights enshrined under Articles 29 and 30 and right to constitutional remedies enshrined under Article 32 explained

Deepika Reddy Magham is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Deepika Reddy Magham
BCA, LLB, MBA; Director, Shikara IAS Academy; 10 years experience in teaching Indian Polity, Ethics, Indian Society and Social Justice.

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Shandar hamesha ki tarah.. civil ki taiyari karane walon ke liye bahut important. sir aap state reorganisation ke video bhi jald download kijiye
also I have to ask that are you saying that these minority groups can be aided by govt in terms of providing mon ey
ok you are saying that religious institutions can compel people for religious instruction
Dear madam, Article 23 guarantee no forced labour including begar, now a days corporate companies recruit their employees throgh bond for some years. is it violation of fundamental right or not ? can we go to SC if they do not releve my job due to bond? Recently telangana government gave a notification for panchayat assistant I think so, in that notification specifies contrat for some period ( I am not clear about that notification, I heard through my friend, if it is correct, is it violation of a fundamental right? if I want to resing my job before specified period in that contract)
hello...mam!!.one question came in my mind....should individual i.e human being be treated as STATE as per article-12?..plz clearify it....
No Rakesh an individual does not come under the definition of the state
Mam, what about majority group? aren't they allowed to establish educational institutions?

  2. ARTICLE 28 Guarantees to all the freedom not to attend any religious instructions. forbids any religion instruction from being imparted in educational institutions that are owned by the state or funded or aided by the state established by a trust but regulated by the state

  3. ARTICLE 29 extends protection of interests of minorities by guaranteeing the following rights to them: 1. Any citizen or section of citizens residing in the territory of India and having a distinct language, script or culture shall have the right to conserve the same.

  4. ARTICLE 29 2. No citizen shall be discriminated by the state on grounds only of race, religion, caste, language with respect to admission to educational institutions that are maintained or administered by the state or receiving aid from the state.

  5. ARTICLE 30 deals with the right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice. states that all minorities, whether based on religion or language, shall have the right to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice.

  6. ARTICLE 32 - bestows Writ Jurisdiction on Supreme Court allows the Parliament to empower any other Court in India to issue the five writs mentioned in it.