It is undeniable the indidents when the students of other religion have been discriminated by Christian convent schools.
Such matters are often well suppressed by a section of media and the minority appeasing forces. In the recent case of issuing the notice to St. Xavier's School in Arunachal Pradesh on asking the certificate of baptism before the admission, the school of authority denied for alleged practice.
Last Thursday, the Deputy Commissioner of district Tirap Khonsa in Arunachal Pradesh issued a notice to the principal of St. Xavier School, Tirap to stop the practice of asking certificate of baptism as a prior condition of admission.
After a couple of complaints from the parents, it came to know by local District Collector Ravi Jha that St. Xavier's School is demanding for a certification of baptism before admission. So taking the cognizance of this unconstitutional demand, the DC Ravi Jha issued an advisory to the school and the deputy director of School Education Department. He made a strong objection in contrary to Right To Education as provided under 14(A) of the Constitution of India and Article 15(1) of the Constitution of India, which is about freedom to practice one's religion.
The principal of the school as well as Felix Anthony, the Secretary Diocese of Miao, gave an irresponsible statement that they don’t even know how many Christian and non-Christian students out of the 300 odd students they have. The DC should have investigated the matter before issuing such a circular as it tarnishes the good work done by us in remote parts of the Northeast and especially Arunachal Pradesh.
These Christian evangelic schools cum agencies famous for telling the lie. The identification and discrimination on the basis of the religion and offer the benefits to the students is the prevailed practice at St. Xavier's Education Institutions. In fact, their website of Mumbai group of the institutions explicitly mentions of this at below links. Currently, the matter is under inquiry.