KARNATAKA STATE JAMIA MILLIA was legally established under the guidance of jurist, eminent educationists and social workers for the development of education in wide areas. Some of them are as follows:-
Karnataka State jamia Urdu, Karnataka has been established by the Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960 (Act No : 17 of 1960) .
KSJM is a minority educational institution formed under Article 29 & 30 of Constitution of India.
KSJM is ISO 9001:2008 certified institution for providing ADEEB, ADEEB-E-MAHIR, ADEEB-E-KAMIL, ADEEB-E-FAZIL, AFZALUL ULEMA, MOALLIM, DIPLOMA , PG DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE COURSES
KSJM is an autonomous organization.Under Human Rights Protection Act 1993 autonomous bodies have been given special protection and consideration (For further details refer air1993sc2178).
KSJM is an Linguistic Minority Standalone Educational Institution for Research in Urdu Language of National Importance as per National Unit for Secular modernized Madrasa Education.
Eleven Judges Bench in T.M.A. Pai Foundation vs. Karnataka State (2002) 8 SCC 481. Ishwar Singh Bindra vs. State of UP AIR 1968 SC 140. Azeez Basha vs. Union of India AIR 1968 SC 662. AP Christian Medical Association vs. Govt of AP, AIR 1986 SC 1490. St. Xavier’s College, Ahmedabad vs. State of Gujarat 1974 (1) SCC 717. State of Himachal Pradesh vs. Parasram AIR SCW 373. Brahmo Samaj Education Society vs. State of West Bengal (2004) 6 SCC 224. Malankara Syrian Catholic College vs. T. Jose 2007 AIR SCW 132. D.A.V. College vs.State of Punjab AIR 1971 SC 1731. Hyderabad Asbestos Cement Product vs. Union of India 2000 (1) SCC 426. MCD of Delhi vs. Tek Chand Bhatia AIR 1980 SC 360. P.A. Inamdar vs. State of Maharashtra( Up to undergraduate level, the minority unaided educational institutions enjoy total freedom). Milli Talimi Mission Bihar & ors. vs. State of Bihar & ors. 1984 (4) SCC 500, the SC has clearly recognized that running a minority institution is also as fundamental and important as other rights conferred on the citizens of the country. If the State Government declines to grant recognition or a university refuses to grant affiliation to a minority educational institution without just and sufficient grounds, the direct consequence would be to destroy the very existence of the institution itself. Thus, refusal to grant recognition or affiliation by the statutory authorities without just and sufficient grounds amounts to violation of the right guaranteed under Article 30(1) of the Constitution. J.P.Unni Krishnan Vs Andhra Pradesh(Ref: AIR 1993 SC-2178), Voluntary Institutions have the right to spread education & issue Certificates for Degree/Diploma
Memo No. 3-1/78/CP dated 12.10.1981, the UGC has directed all universities that while framing their statutes/ ordinances/ regulations, they should ensure that these do not infringe with Article 30(1) of the Constitution relating to administration of minority educational institutions. Joint Secretary, UGC, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi-110002 vide D.O.No. 14-3/2007 (CPP-II) of UGC & F.No. 8-3/2007-MC of MHRD, Department of Higher Education, Minority Cell, Government of India. UGC Regulations, 1985. UGC Letter No. F. 1-117/83(CPP) 30.05.1986 & D.O.No.F. 1-117/83(CPP) 2.1.1986. Joint Secretary and Under Secretary of UGC Vide UGC Circular F1-8/92(CPP); UGC Letter F1 No-52/2000(CPP-II) and UGC Circular F1-25/93(CPP-II). Director UGC Vide F.No. UGC/DEB/2013. The Gazette of India (July 5,2014) (Asadha 14,1936), UGC, Specification of Degrees (No.F.5-1/2013,CPP-II).
TKVTSS Medical Educational & Charitable Trust vs. State of Tamil Nadu AIR 2002 Madras 42. “If any entity is once declared as minority entitling to the rights envisaged under Article 30(1) of the Constitution of India, unless there is fundamental change of circumstances or suppression of facts the Government has no power to take away that cherished constitutional right which is a fundamental right and that too, by an ordinary letter without being preceded by a fair hearing in conformity with the principles of natural justice.” The right to choose medium of instruction of their choice is a fundamental right guaranteed under Articles 19(1) (a) (g), 21, 26, 29(1) and 30(1) of the Constitution (Karnataka High Court).
Acts, Rules and Constitution of India
Sec. 2 (f ) of the Central Educational Institutions Act, 2006. NCMEI Act, 2004. Human Rights Protection Act 1993. Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995. Planning Commission, Govt of India (R.No. BR/2012/0055903). ((has supplied the information that a society registered under SR Act XXI 1860 is eligible to issue certificates to the qualified candidates if the organization is registered for the purpose of conducting examinations and issuing certificates)). Sh.M.K.Arora, Deputy Secretary(COORD), CBSE, New Delhi dated 3rd January, 2012 Vide Ref No.: COORD/RTI/5157/2011/23-24. Constitutional Provisions by the Govt. of India in respect of languages under Article 14-16, 19(1), 21, 29, 30, 45, 46, 120, 210, 343-351 of the Constitution of India be opted by KSJM, KSJM is adopted JUH & JUA pattern of Madrasa Education As JUH is established for urdu language research for national Importance