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In the Pre-independence era “Education” was the state subject. Since, the india became free and constitution of its own was framed the issue of “Education” was the subject in priority. By subsequent amendments in the constitution, protection to receive education was conferred not only to specified community, society, religion, class and caste rather to all citizens of India equally. By transfer of contents of Entry If of list 11 to III as entry 25 has not denuded power of the state legislation to enact law on the subject ‘Education’ but has also conferred power on parliament to enact law on the subject ‘Education’. As such, the subject Education was transferred to concurrent list from the state list.
The one billion population of India consists of six main ethics groups and fifty two major tribes, six major religion and 6400 castes and sub-castes, eighteen major languages and 1600 minor languages and dialects.