The study further found that the Christian community, which accounts for 11.54 per cent of the total religious population, accounts for 71.96 per cent of the total religious minority schools in India.
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The purpose of the study by the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights was to find ways to ensure that children in minority communities receive primary education, such as ensuring their basic rights within these minority institutions. The percentage of religious minority schools and the minimum percentage of the population inhabited by minorities in their minority schools is 20.29 percent.
“Across the community, 62.50 percent of the student population belongs to the non-minority community, and 37.50 percent belongs to the minority community.
“Muslim community schools (20.29%) have the lowest percentage of non-minority population in their minority schools,” the study said.
According to the survey, non-Christian students make up 74.01 percent of the population in Christian community schools.
The Sikh community contributes 9.78 per cent to the total religious minority population and 1.54 per cent to religious minority schools, the report said.
“The Buddhist community, which accounts for 38.38 per cent of the total religious population, accounts for 0.48 per cent of India’s total religious minority schools. 1.56 per cent of religious minority schools,” it said.
The Persian community, which accounts for 0.03 per cent of the total religious population, accounts for 0.38 per cent of the total religious minority schools in India, while other religious communities (including tribes, Baha’is, Jews) contribute 3.75 per cent to the religious minority population and 1.3 per cent to religious minority schools.
The NCPR recommends mapping all unfamiliar institutions to identify out-of-school children, saying there are many children who go to school / institution that are not recognized.
The number of such institutions was not known. Therefore, whether these institutions provide quality education remains unknown.
Children attending all such institutions (unauthorized and / or degraded schools) will be considered out of school despite receiving regular education.
Therefore, it is very important that any survey to map the number of out-of-school children should include mapping of all these unfamiliar institutions, which may include unfamiliar schools, madrasas, Vedic schools, gumpas and other non-formal education. Center, it said.
The report recommends the need for better use of resources in conjunction with the process of granting minority organization status to a particular minority.
The NCPCR further said that a minimum percentage of students from minority communities need to be given specific guidelines regarding admission to the institution.
Noting that it is important for the NCERT to play an active role in promoting the right to education of all children with the SCERT, the NCPCR has so far said that the minority cell has not taken any constructive steps for the education of children in the minority community.
“Now is the time for the council to hold consultative meetings with all stakeholders and pave the way for reaching out to these children and reaching out to minorities.
“Also, the NCERT created in 2006 needs to revise the vision, mission and functions of the Minority Cell and play a greater role in ensuring that all children, especially children from minority communities, receive their basic right to primary education.”
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