KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI Run and Management by REGD. BODY (C.B.T.E.) (Established With Govt. Permission Under Act) Minority Education Open Board Under Article 19(1), 29 & 30 Of Constitution of India Established Under the guidelines of National Education Policy 1986, Govt. of India Working Under Human Rights Protection Act, 1993 – AIR 1993 SC-2178 Automatically Recognized by Govt. and All Govt. Departments / Bodies LEGALITY OF KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI Legality KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI was legally established under the guidance of jurist, eminent educationists and social workers for the development of education in wide areas. The government, registered the Council for propagation and development of distance education on the pattern of Non-Formal, Open continuing, and Distance Education System. KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI is a legal self-autonomous body. The KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI is running for disadvantaged, street children, women, and poor people and Minorities. The KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI is established for the development of education under the guidelines of national education policy 1986 Govt. of India and program of action 1992 Govt. of India.

Aim, Act and Right

The aim, Act and Right of KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI, under Government of India, is Legal Autonomous and non-profit Institution and has the legal right of teaching & training under the provision of the constitution. Copies of Bylaws, prospectus, etc. are sent to the various authorities and departments of the Government of India/State Governments and Union Territories by the KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI from time to time. The area of operation of the Karnataka KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI is wide and extensive all over India. Information centers for examination are situated in almost all major cities of India where semester/annual and on-demand examinations are normally organized. KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI is planning to open study/examination centers for foreigners and non-resident Indians in various parts of the world too. KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI is fulfils the aims of vocational & educational right of India constitution 1950 under Article 14,15,19(1),21,26,29,30,45,46 & 351.

STATUS OF KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITI It has been constituted to regulate non formal Primary, Middle, Matriculation (10th), Senior Secondary (12th) education and other vocational courses (Under Education Scheme) in India with the help of educational experts to educate uneducated boys, girls, men and women to uplift the standards of literacy in India, So that they can serve society effectively and with dignity. Council may impart education with international techniques and with stress on morally, mentally, physically and social personality. Ours is an autonomous body and all educational Boards/Universities/Councils are autonomous bodies & each educational organization having discretionary powers. According to these powers every board /University (state govt. / central govt.) having the liberty and right to take its own decision either to allow or refuse any admission/service. But we do our best to make success the non-formal education program. All the education programs run by the KARNATAKA VIDYADAN SHIKSHAN SAMITIis council’s own autonomous education program. Legality, Validity, Utility of the education program is strict conformity with the constitution of India and law of the land under Article 19(1) G, 29 & 30.

Judgment OF HON’BLE SUPREME COURT The Board/Council trustees/members have the constitutional right under Article 19 (1) (g) to pursue any profession or any occupation and running teaching institutes have been included as part of occupation as held by Hon’ble Supreme Court in T.M.A. Pai Foundation Vs. State of Karnataka (SC) 2003 (2) SCT 385. The relevant portion of the above-said judgment is reproduced as under:- “Private education is one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing segments of post-secondary education at the turn of the twenty-first century. A combination of
unprecedented demand for access to higher education and the inability or unwillingness of the government to provide the necessary support has brought private higher education to the forefront.
Private institutions with a long history in many countries, are expanding in scope and number, and are becoming increasingly important in parts of the world that relied almost entirely on the public sector.

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT AND REASONABLE RESTRICTION UNDER CONSTITUTION OF INDIA The only reasonable restriction on the exercise of this right can be imposed under Article 19 (1) (g) and is imposed in clause 19 (6). The only restriction is that State can make the law imposing reasonable restriction in the interest of general public or any restriction regarding profession and technical qualification necessary for practicing any profession or occupation, trade or business. Since so far no such professional or technical qualification have been notified, therefore, the trustees/members of the Board/Council through their Society have a fundamental right to carry on the profession / occupation of running the Institutes which imparts education.

NO OBJECTION TO GOVT. ON THE NAME OF COUNCIL We want to also clarify that some states an objection has been pointed out to the name of the Board/Council in private sector but later all such objections have been resolved after the Board/Council pointed out that the world “Board” / “Council” is not reserved by any statute that it cannot be used by any other trust.
Many boards/Councils had applied to the Registration Authority and they have approved of the name of Board /Council.
If there would have been any objection to its name or this name is not permitted by law then the Registrar would not had registered it.

OTHER PRIVATE BOARDS/BODIES AND PRESS NEWS ABOUT PRIVATE BOARD Other Parallel Private bodies/Boards and Councils: Bhartiya Shiksha Parishad (www.bspuplko.org) Council of Secondary Education Mohali (www.csemohali.org) Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi (Banga) (www.bhse.co.in) Board of School and Technical Education (C.G.) (www.bstecg.edu.in) Rural institute of Open Schooling (www.rios.ac.in) and many Private Boards are running in India. Private board’s are not illegal: Says Court (From Hindustan Newspaper 09-09-2004)

HON’BLE SUPREME COURT ORDER IN THE FAVOUR OF PRIVATE BOARDS Dated 12-07-2013, Hon’ble Supreme Court of India gives order in the favour of A Private Board about the admissions
of pass out candidates. Hon’ble Supreme Court’s Judgment: AIR 1993 SC-2178. Hon’ble High Court’s Lucknow Bench, Stay Order No. 744/91 Hon’ble Supreme Court Writ Petition 676/2014 by a Private Board

MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURSES DEVELOPMENT CLEARENCE REGARDING EDUCATIONAL BOARDS MHRD issued a letter dated 25-10-2012; in it MHRD said clearly “It is informed that Ministry of Human Resource Development does not give recognition to education boards.
It is also informed that Ministry of HRD does not regulate the setting up of educational boards.” Letter issued by
Dep. Secretary of the CBSE NEW DELHI Letter issued by Dep. Secretary of the CBSE NEW DELHI (DATED: 03-01-2012 VIDE REF. NO. COORD/RTI/5157/2011/23-24): in it clearly said “A registered Society is
eligible to issue certificates to the qualified candidates.

PARALLEL BODIES, HUMAN RIGHT PROTECTION ACT It is also pertinent to mention here that one of the prominent and well known Boards providing Secondary
and Senior Secondary Examinations for the students all over the country is the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), which is a registered society.
So is the CBSE which stands for Central Board of secondary Education. Under HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION ACT, 1993 autonomous bodies have been given special protection & consideration.
For further details refer: AIR 1993 SC-2178.