AIAME

All India Academy for Minorities’ Education

All India Academy for Minorities’ Education was established by the All India Association for Christian Higher (AIACHE)

Objectives:

The objectives of the Academy are the following:

  • To collect information and data about he state of education of minority communities; to analyze such information; and disseminate the findings and results from time to time through website, publications and audiovisuals etc.
  • To help minority educational institutions to improve their quality administrative procedures, staff development and public image
  • To oraganize regularly professional development programmes for personnel of minority educational institutions
  • To offer courses leading to Degrees/Diplomas and Certificates in various subjects for minority community members
  • To strive to attain eventually the status of university with minority status under Article 30(1) of the Constitution of India
  • To monitor the exercise and use of the educational rights of minorities guaranteed by the Constitution of India and to defend those rights as and when required
  • To present before the Central and State governments the educational needs and problems of minorities through memoranda, meetings and other means
  • To help evolve public policies and enactments favourable to the interests of minority communities as and when necessary
  • To take all other steps and actions conducive to the abovementioned objectives.

Activities and Programmes:

  • The Academy will plan and implement activities and programmes such as the following:
  • Training courses for preparing the youth belonging to minority communities for competitive exams and interviews for selection for various jobs in Government and private sector
  • Pre-service, in-service and refresher courses for managers, principals teachers and other staff of educational institutions of minority communities
  • Academic Courses in various disciplines
  • Study and research projects on problems and needs of minority communities with a view to identifying relevant factors which have the potential for educational development of minorities
  • Publication of Newsletters, journals, books etc. on relevant subjects
  • Networking and collaboration with other agencies/organizations with like-minded objectives