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According to you, is reservation necessary?

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Asked by ANANYA UTKARSH, 28 May '07 10:45 pm
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We need our entire education system to be overhauled.
Answered by PANIWALA A, 28 May '07 10:49 pm

 
  
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Not necessary
Answered by L KINI, 28 May '07 10:46 pm

 
  
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Yes, it's absolutely necessary as part of social responsibility of the government. It is a kind of affirmative action to upgrade the quality of life of the downtrodden neglected sections of the society. The Social Cost-Benefit Analysis will strongly endorse this policy.
Answered by Surender Reddy, 28 May '07 10:51 pm

 
  
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The SC,ST n OBC r socially backward.Social backwardness leads to educational backwardness n educational backwardness leads to economical backwardness.So,for improvement of their economic condition ,reservation is a must.
As per a recent document submited by the solicitor general of India in the supreme court in the educational reservation case,the forword caste people occupied 71.6 % of total Central Govt. jobs as on 1.1.2005.Is it justified?Is this data not enough to speak in favour of reservation?
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 02 Aug '09 03:00 pm

 
  
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Rajasthan Government has approved the bill for reservation of 5% for Gujjars and 14% for Economically Backward Classes (ECB) over and above existing reservation of 49 % shared by OBC 21% , ST 12% and SC 16%.It is against the ruling of Supreme Court that in no case reservation should be more than 50%.

In the past several times state government as also central government have attempted to go beyond the ceiling of 49% against the provision and spirit of the Constitution in temptation of political benefits but the judiciary have always given the verdict against such measures of the government.

This is once again a shameful day when government has directly exhibited contempt of court and invited litigation in the court. Congress party has made several histories by going against the wishes of the highest court as also the basic structure and spirit of the Constitution. As such the enhancement of quota by Rajasthan government is not that much astonishing. At least Mr. Arjun Singh, Con ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 02 Aug '09 02:48 pm

 
  
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Unnecessary
Answered by SRIRAM J, 29 May '07 09:45 pm

 
  
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For heaven ,it is necessary
for hell ,it is not
for this earth , reservation ki jarurat to nahi hai but good place par jane k liye kabhi kabhi bhagu se reservation ka demand karna padta hai
Answered by arushi bansal, 29 May '07 08:06 pm

 
  
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Not necessary as it it causing conflict now... it was in the past but now all the indins are in the position to get the admissions on merit basis, I guess
Answered by Prajakta Subhedar, 29 May '07 07:50 pm

 
  
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Reservation should be their but on finacial basis . so the people need tat reservation will make use of tat.
Answered by rahul joshi, 29 May '07 05:10 pm

 
  
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Reservation is the whole cause of minority and upper class differentiation. If no reservation everybody is equal and no minority. I believe in grants to the poor but that should be based on a family income per annum and not on caste system, becoz there could be a brahmin who earns only 1500 rs a month and a SC 15000rs a month. We should have fee grants and seat reservastion for these economically backward people and not caste wise. The whole country could change their caste to a SC then what would govt do.

This is all very sadly our country's politics based and i sincerly wish VP SINGH to be stoned for bringing up this issue. All the govt officials be treated by these reservation candidades when they fall sick and are taken to a hospital.
Answered by Priya R Singhal, 29 May '07 03:52 pm

 
  
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