Is the reservation of places in educational institutions justified for caste reasons?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Marco Mcgee



Is the reservation of places in educational institutions justified for caste reasons?

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Our country has a reservation system for categories SC, ST, OBC, EWS. They also get reserve in various sectors in government jobs.

Why do you need this reserve?

The simple answer is because the bottom cast is being exploited for a long time, especially in the purvanchal region of UP west, Bihar, Orrisa, Chattisgarh, etc.

These people are not yet part of India's development in these regions, you can notice the hunger, the slums, they do forced labor to get daily food, they cannot speak Hindi properly, they are spending their life with limited or zero resources that still They don't get a 24 hour supply of electricity now the government is working on it and many villages get an 18 to 24 hour supply of electricity.

The person who has spent his whole life in the dark of the night sometimes eats, sometimes does not eat, there is no meaning of education in his life, how can he expect that he can fight a competition with a child who lives in the city? all the latest resources books Ac room to study he has the best mentors to teach you.

A reservation in collage is needed here for these lower class students, barely managing to pay the freshman fee for the next year actually receiving a scholarship from the government.

In my collage a student from the village of gorakhpur was admitted to B-tech the first year he was in his range it was around 52k he managed to get admitted through his reservation in collage he was a 4 year old dropper due to poverty I was 4 years old in his family a year late I always supported him, his mother died when he was very young, he has worked hard to secure a seat in this government collage without any training and I think that after so much work he deserves this and without reservation couldn't 'Don't get this, so reservation is needed for these types of students.

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These are young doctors from the state of Maharashtra, who had qualified for NEET PG 2019. It is the entrance exam for admission to PG programs in India. They protested because the state government introduced a new reservation policy. Before the implementation of the new reserve policy, the reserve was 52%, but now it has become 78% after the inclusion of the ESCB and EWS quota.

The Open Category Candidates move to the Superior Court and the Honorable Court removes the new reservation policy. The state government then moves to the Supreme Court of India, which confirmed to the High Court

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These are young doctors from the state of Maharashtra, who had qualified for NEET PG 2019. It is the entrance exam for admission to PG programs in India. They protested because the state government introduced a new reservation policy. Before the implementation of the new reserve policy, the reserve was 52%, but now it has become 78% after the inclusion of the ESCB and EWS quota.

The Open Category Candidates move to the Superior Court and the Honorable Court removes the new reservation policy. The state government then moves to the Supreme Court of India, which upheld the High Court's decision.

A great victory against the reserve?

No. The state government decides to bring an ordinance to invalidate SC's honorable decision. They even went to the electoral commission to obtain permission to enact the Ordinance while the model code of conduct during the LS elections was still in effect.

In plain language, they won't rule out the reservation policy at any cost. The reservation is the only way they can show the public that they worked for 5 years and ask for votes. It also helps divide the public and create conflict between the people, which again is a great victory for any politician.

I also broke NEET PG this year with a decent rank, and the open category candidates filed a case against WB Health University due to unfair division of seats and the case is in court. It feels terrible to be out of work at home for months and not having a clue of the future due to the quota and reservation that eat up most of the seats.

So I guess you get the answer that the reserve will never come to an end in India because our politicians will never allow it.

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EDIT: 1. Honorable SC judges have discarded the reservation policy after hearing arguments from both parties and SC judges have more knowledge of the law therefore there is no point arguing.

Source:
1.Post quotas, PG open category medical students have less than 100 places | Mumbai News - Times of India

2. Affected by Maratha and EWS fees, gen-class medical students launch a protest | Nagpur News - Times of India

In the first place, the only people who are interested in such things are those who cannot get a reservation. Reservation in any form is bad and will increase conflicts between people. If it is by caste we are already witnessing the consequences. If it is on the basis of the economic condition of the family, even then, it will not be able to reach the poor because the rich like Tina Dabi can find multiple ways to portray themselves as poor.

The only way it can be applied is to provide it to a family only once. Because after it is given, the family no longer needs

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In the first place, the only people who are interested in such things are those who cannot get a reservation. Reservation in any form is bad and will increase conflicts between people. If it is by caste we are already witnessing the consequences. If it is on the basis of the economic condition of the family, even then, it will not be able to reach the poor because the rich like Tina Dabi can find multiple ways to portray themselves as poor.

The only way it can be applied is to provide it to a family only once. Because after it is given, the family no longer needs it. It sounds difficult but it is not that difficult to apply. It can be applied in a similar way to how banks can track our loan history using our adhar card. So once a person gets a government job using the reserve, they are supposed to show their adhar and everything is more linked to it. In this way, not only people who belong to the reserved category, but also others, can easily find work.

But this is not the difficult part. The difficult part is its implementation. No party in government will ever take such a politically suicidal step. This will not only be a step towards the end of one's political career, but the entire party will be destroyed. Indians are beggars by birth. So if the reserve is reduced by even a single percentage, we know what these people are doing. The reason is that the percentage of people who belong to the reserved category is approximately 70%.

Now the question is what to do. The answer is simple. Leave the nation. Or wait until the reservation becomes 100%. So the only nightmare left to come true for people who belong to the general category will be if the reserve enters the private sector. So my suggestion is to stop thinking that this will ever happen and migrate to another country.

Your logic is correct, but the question is the result of the interpretation of the verses.

According to the varna system, people should not have more than one power of attorney. You cannot be part of 2 varnas at the same time. India has varna and jati. India never had a caste system.

A Brahman is said to be the face / head / mouth of the Paramatma (not God), because he carries the knowledge to future generations. His power is knowledge. It must be supported by society because it is not allowed to create wealth for itself. There are also other subsections in the Brahmins. Some Brahmins in being administrative

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Your logic is correct, but the question is the result of the interpretation of the verses.

According to the varna system, people should not have more than one power of attorney. You cannot be part of 2 varnas at the same time. India has varna and jati. India never had a caste system.

A Brahman is said to be the face / head / mouth of the Paramatma (not God), because he carries the knowledge to future generations. His power is knowledge. It must be supported by society because it is not allowed to create wealth for itself. There are also other subsections in the Brahmins. Some Brahmins in the administrative services are not allowed to be teachers. Some were doctors, scientists, etc.

The kshatriyas are supposed to protect society from external attacks. Nor are they allowed to have more wealth than necessary. They cannot be teachers. A vaishya is a businessman and he is supposed to run the economy and therefore finances are something that they have control over. That is why they are called shreshti or shethji. They are the abdomen of the Paramatma.

Now, the point where the most misrepresentations are made (intentionally). Shudra is a noun (noun) and not an adjective. It does not mean low, late. A person of the shudra varna is considered a foot of Paramanta. He is the feet and not the feet, a big difference. This is said so because the shudra is the one that keeps the critical day-to-day tasks in society in operation for the proper functioning of the machine in general.

It can be said that you have been given the most important task. For example, during this covid pandemic, children have not been to school. So we can survive without education (for some time). But it would be impossible to survive if cleaners, drivers, food delivery people, etc. they weren't doing their respective jobs. The most important people have been the doctors and people who work in the transport sector who make sure we have all the supplies we need. Now this is just an example of equating them with any varna.

The above example also makes the (imagined) concept of upper and lower varna completely unfounded. Those who practice it have flaws. This includes both those who think they are superior and those who think they belong to the lower sections.

For all those who say NO to reserving places for women, I have a question.

Are women incapable of directing the administration?

Check the proportion of women in the cabinet. In these 70 years, we have only had one prime minister and one president.

Only 11% of Lok Sabha members are women. Women make up half of the country's population, but only 11% of LS MPs are women. This is not due to a lack of capacity, but rather to gender inequality. Some say that members of Parliament and state assemblies should be elected only on merit, not on reservations.

Can anyone assure that all those male members of par

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For all those who say NO to reserving places for women, I have a question.

Are women incapable of directing the administration?

Check the proportion of women in the cabinet. In these 70 years, we have only had one prime minister and one president.

Only 11% of Lok Sabha members are women. Women make up half of the country's population, but only 11% of LS MPs are women. This is not due to a lack of capacity, but rather to gender inequality. Some say that members of Parliament and state assemblies should be elected only on merit, not on reservations.

Can anyone ensure that all those male members of parliament and state assemblies are elected because they are worthy?

How can members who represent only 50% of the population formulate policies for 100% of the population? Can men really understand the needs of women and formulate the best policies?

Currently, with only 11% participation in LS, the voices and opinions of women parliamentarians will have no real effect. Even the bill allowing a third of the reserve for women is still pending due to the low proportion of women in Parliament.

It is men who decide on all issues that concern women. Whether it is rape, harassment, equal pay, domestic violence, marital rape, divorce, etc., for each and every issue that concerns women, it is men who make the law.

In my opinion, marital rape is the worst form of rape. Due to social stigma, women do not come out to discuss the issue. In India, there is no single law that criminalizes marital rape. Our worthy male MPs said that criminalizing marital rape will destabilize the institution of marriage. Are women not involved in marriage? Raping a woman in the name of marriage shows the bad state of Indian society. These worthy politicians can't even understand the meaning of CONSENT.

Some say NO because they fear that male members of their family will use women as rubber stamps. These people need to think Why are women used as rubber stamps?

The women of our country are totally lacking in political awareness and experience. Even educated and elite women of political origin know nothing about how to run the administration. They need training and experience. What if a generation of women is used as rubber stamps? At least taking this as an opportunity, they will gain some experience and the next generation will be better equipped with the necessary skills.

The reserve of women in local bodies has shown positive results. Not all panchayat women leaders are used as rubber stamps. Many powerful women have entered politics, which has been possible only by reservation.

In patriarchal and upper caste-dominated indigenous villages, Dalit women are in power for the first time. However, it is practically a question whether they are able to exercise their authority. At least this will give them a positive outlook and motivation to break all existing shackles.

The participation of women is the need of the moment. It is a shame for all of us not to give women what they deserve.

Even after 70 years of independence, we still have doubts about allowing the reservation for women.

Reservation in India has prevailed since we gained Independence. It has been there for over 60 years and was first introduced in 1951 by the then Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. The term reserve, according to the Cambridge Dictionary, means "an arrangement in which something like a seat or a table, etc. is kept." If we talk about the same in the context of education, it means setting aside a fixed percentage or proportion of places in schools, colleges and universities for students of a particular caste or sector of society.

The reservation in India was introduced with the ide

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Reservation in India has prevailed since we gained Independence. It has been there for over 60 years and was first introduced in 1951 by the then Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. The term reserve, according to the Cambridge Dictionary, means "an arrangement in which something like a seat or a table, etc. is kept." If we talk about the same in the context of education, it means setting aside a fixed percentage or proportion of places in schools, colleges and universities for students of a particular caste or sector of society.

The reservation in India was introduced with the idea of ​​raising the backward classes after independence. These sectors of society were unable to enjoy their basic human rights so it was necessary to provide them with a reservation at that time. The reservation was introduced for a period of ten years, from 1951 to 1961. During these ten years, the government was responsible for raising the backward classes and also had to bring them on a par with the other sectors of society.

India's growth has been continually hampered by our nation's reserve policies. The deserving do not have a chance to prove themselves even though they may be better qualified than someone who had a chance due to a reservation.

The reserve has always favored the reserved and not merit. In addition, the reserve also creates a gap between people. It creates a feeling of dissatisfaction among people who belong to the general category by not receiving the same treatment and selection criteria as those of the reserved class and this annoys them because they have to work harder than the reserved class. Therefore, Reservation also promotes the caste system.

Another reason for removing the reservation on education is that it does not provide a fair and equal opportunity for all students. Therefore, instead of selecting students based on their merits, the majority positions in universities are filled by those students who belong to the reserved category. This is mistreatment of those students who are denied seats even though they could have gotten better grades than a student who got admission through a reservation. Most of these reserved seats are occupied by those students who do not require a reservation and are economically well off. For example, some backward families who are economically well-off now.

In many cases, students who require reservation cannot go to schools / universities because of their parents, as they believe that this is just a waste of time and that their child should work with them so that the family can earn some extra money . . Therefore, parents bring their children to work with them instead of sending them to a school or university. An example is that of the maid who comes to work in our society. She has a son who is only 11 years old but still accompanies his mother every day to work.

Another very important point that often goes unnoticed is that these backward classes have repeatedly asked for reservations instead of their elevation. Instead of providing reserves, the government should provide educational grants and scholarships and other forms of (financial) aid, as they are a much better option than providing reserves. If such grants and scholarships are awarded, they would result in the improvement of these backward classes. We can understand this through the example of a group of children who are trying to jump and one child cannot jump as high as the others to reach a shelf (where the sweets are kept). What if the child who cannot jump was given candy without jumping? Would that kid ever be motivated to try jumping? What must be done is to train the weak child and finally make him able to jump. What you are doing the reservation is making the weak child want to hold on to his 'weak' label so that he can get things easily.

Caste-based reserves are misused by the 'creamy layer' of the backward classes because this layer has access to better training, education in good schools, etc. and it is on the same level as the general category, but still gets the benefits of the reserve as it was considered. the other way around in earlier times. Therefore, although these classes are no longer the other way around and do not require a reservation, they are given reservations only because they were the other way around in the past. The best example is that of 'Dalits' who do not require a reservation but obtain it and, in the process, prevent truly disadvantaged backward students from obtaining the benefits of the reservation.

The most prominent example is the 2017 IAS leader, who is the daughter of two government / PSU officials of official rank who could hardly be called socially backward or disadvantaged. However, he used his Scheduled Caste reserve to take an IAS seat by denying it to a truly underprivileged SC candidate.

Another disadvantage of the reservation is that it causes a disparity between the students. Knowledgeable and deserving students cannot seize the opportunity in education, while students who failed to achieve merit but belong to one of these backward classes enjoy the opportunities they are given to study at the best universities. Therefore, although these students are not as qualified as the students whose name was on the merit list, they have the opportunity to study at the universities of their choice.

The average statistics of students studying and applying for higher education say that the category reserved as SC and ST should have 40% to qualify for higher education, while students in the general category require a minimum of 80% to have the opportunity to get into a good university. . The difference is twofold, and this is not only affecting the educational system, but also the mentality of students who live in society. Those students who belong to the general category and are average in studies believe that there is no point in working hard since the seats in the good universities would be occupied by students with very good grades or / and by students of the reserved category and therefore , this thinking prevents them from working harder.

Entrance exam fees are also graded at various universities due to the reservation system. This is generally the case in government universities where the booking fee is also high compared to private universities. Almost all backward class and lower middle class students prefer to go to these government universities (as the fees are comparatively low compared to private institutions), and this category comprises the majority of the Indian population going to the universities. Thus, when students of the general category go to public universities, they realize that it is very difficult for them to enter due to reservation, and on the other hand, if they try to enter private universities, they cannot do it as the fees they are very tall.

The financial considerations of these general category students are not taken into account when granting or denying admission and this must change. If the reservation is removed, it would help to consider all students of the same level and students who cannot pay the private universities fee and also do not enter the government universities because of the reservation will be able to gain admission to the government universities. Furthermore, because of this discrepancy, most people have a common view that the reservation system should be eliminated and students should have the opportunity to secure a seat at the universities and pursue a higher education based on their hard work.

According to AISHE- All India Survey on Higher Education- 2016-17 Report, a total of 3,45,84,781 students were enrolled in Indian higher education institutions last year, and of that, a total of 52.56 % of the students belonged to reserved categories (SC, ST, OBC) and the remaining 47.44% belonged to the General category. These statistics are a test of how students in the General category are affected and deprived of the opportunities they should have.

The survey on student admissions for the past 5 years says that student enrollment in the General category has decreased significantly from 53.2% in 2011-12 to 47.4% in 2015-16. Furthermore, on the other hand, the enrollment of students in the SC, ST and OBC categories has increased in the last 5 years.

If one is competent enough, the person can be admitted to universities by merit and not by reservation. I fully agree to the extent that these backward classes should be allowed a scholarship based on their merits. If students receive scholarships at universities based on merit, more students will be encouraged to get better grades due to various financial incentives. This will increase the level of knowledge and education in the country while, on the other hand, the reserve will decrease over time.

Therefore, even if there is a reserve, it must be given after considering factors such as wealth, income and occupation. This will help to identify people who are really in need, as in today's scenario it is the financially strong who are making the most use of these reserved seats, in the process, making the reservation a total failure. For example, although Gujarati and Sindhi do not require any kind of reservation, they are given reservation at universities such as Mithibai and HR in Mumbai.

It is because of this reservation that many capable students are unable to gain admission to the university of their choice and therefore decide to leave India and apply to foreign universities. This has caused a huge brain drain because we are losing these sharp minds and this will continue to happen unless the reserve is removed from the education system.

Furthermore, instead of setting aside a fixed number of reserved places in universities, the government should try to increase the amount spent on public schools and universities so that the level of education can increase. This will help bring the class behind on par with the general category so they can compete with them on college entrance exams. Therefore, instead of increasing the reserve and making the backward class even more ineffective, the government should focus on increasing the level of education.

If there is no reserve, every successful person would have succeeded through hard work and merit, rather than reserve. Therefore, everyone's achievements will be appreciated regardless of caste, gender or social status.

If we Indians still need a reservation, it means that the government, as well as we, the people, have not achieved that all sectors of society are equal and what was supposed to be a plan for only ten years is still required to unite to different classes. and at par. If even today some sections are considered backwards and require a reservation, that means that the government has not been able to eradicate the biggest problem due to which many riots have occurred to date.

If we consider the pros and cons of booking, they look more or less the same. The main advantage is that it helps raise the backward class who are otherwise considered untouchable and are not given admission.

At the same time, the biggest disadvantage is that people from other classes suffer because of this reservation and most of the time, students who get admission by reservation do not know the value of the seat they received.

Therefore, after evaluating all the pros and cons, I would like to conclude that the caste-based reservation has led to a degradation of many students and should be removed from the Indian educational system.

All reservations and rights (including those of caste, religion, or other basis) must be permanently removed. Reserves and all forms of social engineering stand in the way for India to realize its full potential. It is as damaging as extortion (also known as corruption), lack of accountability and infrastructure, or poor Indian constitutional governance and bad laws.

There should be no reservation. What India needs is free and universal primary and secondary education. All those who obtain the degree of higher and professional education who lack the means must receive scholaarshi

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All reservations and rights (including those of caste, religion, or other basis) must be permanently removed. Reserves and all forms of social engineering stand in the way for India to realize its full potential. It is as damaging as extortion (also known as corruption), lack of accountability and infrastructure, or poor Indian constitutional governance and bad laws.

There should be no reservation. What India needs is free and universal primary and secondary education. All those who obtain the degree of higher and professional education who lack the means should receive scholarships for higher education and loans for professional education. India must build a nation of competition based on merit and integrity rather than a nation of entitled kleptocrats

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Suchindranath Aiyer's answer to Is it true that India's reservation system will not be there?

Suchindranath Aiyer's answer to Is the reservation in India really necessary based on the caste system, or should it be only for the education of poor people?

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Many students and parents are looking for universities without. Reserve on the basis of Caste. But it is a reality that we live in India and in all government universities, be it national or state level, even levels 1, 2 and 3 have reservations. It means there are some reserved seats for SC, ST, OBS, etc. I have written this to clarify that there is only one private sector where there is no reserve in many cases. Several universities are with pu

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Hello, this is Rohit Omar

I'm a YouTuber and my channel name is Rohit Omar and my video creation domain is related to college guide.

Many students and parents are looking for universities without. Reserve on the basis of Caste. But it is a reality that we live in India and in all government universities, be it national or state level, even levels 1, 2 and 3 have reservations. It means there are some reserved seats for SC, ST, OBS, etc. I have written this to clarify that there is only one private sector where there is no reserve in many cases. Several universities have public and private partnerships where he is often opposed.

Therefore, the reservation makes the quality of our university in India low (#OPINION)

According to my experience in this field there are

BITS Pilani (Pilani, Goa, Hyderabad) (BITSAT)

LNMIIT Jaipur (JEE Network)

VIT (VITEEE)

SRM (SRMJEE)

MANIPAL Karnataka (MET)

They are unreserved universities and that is the reason why there are the best private universities in India.

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Reservations have existed in India for thousands of years, that reservation is called the chaturvarna "caste" system whereby only one community had the privilege of "studying" and enjoying the fruits of society. A vast majority were excluded by birth and quit menial, low-paid, exhausting, and dangerous jobs. The modern reservations given in article 16 (4) of the Indian constitution are not a plan for poverty eradication, for that we have dozens of state and central "yojanas" (plans). There are reservations to correct a serious historical error that has been (present continuous

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Reservations have existed in India for thousands of years, that reservation is called the chaturvarna "caste" system whereby only one community had the privilege of "studying" and enjoying the fruits of society. A vast majority were excluded by birth and quit menial, low-paid, exhausting, and dangerous jobs. The modern reservations given in article 16 (4) of the Indian constitution are not a plan for poverty eradication, for that we have dozens of state and central "yojanas" (plans). There are reservations to correct a serious historical error that has continued (present continuous) for thousands of years. The issue is integration and giving each Indian community a fair share of national resources, in the form of public education and employment.

This sin was committed by Nehru by creating a vote bank. In 1953, the congressional party proposed a 22.5% reservation on education and jobs for SC / ST. In 1990, VPSingh, the country's biggest traitorous PM, declared a 27% quota overnight to save his government, bringing the quota to 49.5.

The Samajvadi Congress / Party tried to make a Muslim quota of 20% which was rejected by the courts. Once a quota is granted to a sector of society, no political party can subsequently withdraw it.

Now new emerging parties like AAP, TMC are trying to divide society by givi

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This sin was committed by Nehru by creating a vote bank. In 1953, the congressional party proposed a 22.5% reservation on education and jobs for SC / ST. In 1990, VPSingh, the country's biggest traitorous PM, declared a 27% quota overnight to save his government, bringing the quota to 49.5.

The Samajvadi Congress / Party tried to make a Muslim quota of 20% which was rejected by the courts. Once a quota is granted to a sector of society, no political party can subsequently withdraw it.

Now new emerging parties like AAP, TMC are trying to divide society by giving more and more benefits to Muslims to secure votes. Only a military ruler can remove the reserves.

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In terms of power

Jaat due to population, one in four people is jat in haryana 28%

Rao shab / Yadav 16% mainly in ahirwal (mahndergadh rewari Gurgaon narnoul and half share with jats in bhivani jhajjar) rao shab in power due to his (rewari रियासत) second main caste after jats

Brhamine (7%)

Gujjar (6%)

Chamar dhank valmiki (26%)

Rajputs and saini rors punjabi khatri are 4% each, they are not in power like the political population and lands, but they are still powerful in their own areas

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