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In P.A. Inamdar case, apex Court noted the difference between professional and nonprofessional educational institutions. It observed that professional educational institutions constitute a class by themselves and are distinguished from educational institutions imparting non professional education. With respect to unaided minority educational institutions, Article 30 of the Constitution does not come in the way of the State stepping in for the purpose of securing transparency and recognition of merit in the matter of admissions, and the conditions of recognition are binding on such institutions. In P.A. Inamdar (supra), the Court opined that the admissions based on merit were in the national interest and strengthening the national welfare.