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Education and minority rights: In the Context of Recent Judicial Verdicts

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In the new political scenario, it is extremely important that we know our rights and ensure that they are respected. I thank Sr. Mary Scaria for her book on the issue. It is indeed a great help for all those involved in the mission of education.

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EDUCATION & MINORITY RIGHTS
In the new political scenario, it is extremely important that we know our rights and ensure that they are respected. I thank Sr. Mary Scaria for her book on the issue. It is indeed a great help for all those involved in the mission of education.
Archbishop Vincent M. Concessao
The need for people to have access to authentic information regarding the rights and duties of minorities in the field of education cannot be exaggerated. I heartily congratulate Sr. Mary Scaria, SCJM, a Supreme Court lawyer and social activist of repute in the field of human rights, for having taken one more step in her legal profession and Christian mission to make available in one volume the relevance of education and all the relevant verdicts of the Apex Court pertaining to the rights of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice. It is my firm belief that this volume will be a beneficial source book to one and all in the Church and society at large.
Abp Anil Joseph Couto
Archbishop of Delhi
This is a timely and very useful book. I am certain that it will enable the general public, particularly those involved with educational Institutions, to understand and appreciate the content and scope of the minority rights guaranteed by the Constitution of India.
Rt. Rev. Dr. Franco Mulakkal
Bishop of Jalandhar
A Supreme Court lawyer of two decades standing, Sister Mary Scaria is a well known social activist and an educator par excellence. This book, indeed, is a piece of research work conscientiously done by the author to empower the stakeholders as also the common man on the significance of such judicial decisions related to minority rights pronounced by the highest court of the land.
Dr Cyriac Thomas
Member
National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, New Delhi
I would like to congratulate the author for bringing out a useful and informative book which will be a very helpful tool in the hands of principals and managers of educational institutions for tackling legal problems they face. This book will help in the smooth and efficient administration of such institutions.
Fr. KJ. Antony
Secretary,
All India National Association of Catholic Schools (AINACS)
The book is very informative, inspiring and enlightening for all, especially those minority communities involved in the ministry of education. I congratulate Sr. Mary Scaria for explaining legal issues in the matter in a simple manner.
Sr. Teresa Attupuram SCJM
Provincial, Delhi Province

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