Education neither sees that it is a minority, or majority, nor does it seem that it is weak or powerful to get it. Education makes the person who acquires himself superior. It is also a surprise that we have also divided education for political, religious, social and other reasons, in the wards of minority and majority.
This question is because in the manner that the Government of India has declared the right to education as the most powerful right in the country, dramatically the gap between the minorities and the majority has been dragged. It means that if any, educational institution is a minority, then it is beyond the scope of the right to education and it will not be mandatory for them to arrange 25% seats in minorities for admission apart from these institutions, it is mandatory for all if they denied they will be prosecuted.
If we divide education in this way, we will fail to give education rights equally to every citizen. All the educational institutions in the country should have a clear rule that every student who wants to study there can easily get admission and study there. They do not discriminate against caste, religion, society, etc. We should create a place to impart education in schools, colleges and madrasas, not just those who run religious agendas and are just collecting money.
It only means that the educational institution should teach weak and minority children and maintain balance in society. Distribution of education in the name of religion is harmful to our country in every way. If we can give proper education to children without discrimination, then we will succeed in establishing our country as a world power.