HINDUSTAN SARVA VIDHYAPEETH (HSV) is also not in receipt of any grant-in-aid either from the Government or from the University Grants Commission, so far. Therefore, naturally the UGC Act does not applicable to HSV.
Viewed at from the fulfillment of provisions of the articles 14, 19(1), 21, 29, 30, 45, 46, 344 & 351 of the Indian Constitution 1950, the motto, existence, objectives of HSV are nothing but a matter of appreciation.
The Honorable High Court, UP, has already granted a stay order on the Writ Petition filed by a similar Institution, vide WP No. 744/91, under which that Institution has been automatically permitted to carry out its educational activities from day to day and also under R.S.No.336/98 the defendants have been ordered not to call, proclaim or treat the Plaintiffs as an unrecognized University etc.
Under the Human Rights Protection Act, 1993, the Autonomous bodies like BSP/ SBSP/ HSV have been given special protection. (AIR 1993 SC 2178.)