Reservation System in India – Admissions in Educational Institutes, Hiring for Government Jobs


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Reservation System in India – Admissions in Educational Institutes, Hiring for Government Jobs
Why Reservations are hampering India’s progress

·        Discriminatory system based on students’ caste exists in India while granting admissions in public educational institutes.
·        Admissions screeners at US universities are generally unaware of these discriminatory practices. 
·        Same discriminatory system exists for giving government jobs including teaching jobs in these colleges exists in India.
·        In India there are almost 50-70 percent seats reserved for candidates form lower castes in government run educational Institutes such as engineering colleges, medical colleges, and other institutes. 
·        Spots are also reserved for employment in government departments, legislatures, and other government controlled organizations. 
·        Quota system is strictly based on caste and not on financial status; people can use this to their advantage for generations as long as they belong to that caste.
·        Roots of this reservation system they date back to 1880 but after independence in 1947, major initiatives in the favor of schedule tribes, schedule castes and other backward classes were put forward.
·        Currently there are 15% percent of seats are reserved for scheduled castes, 7.5 percent for scheduled tribes and 27% for other backward classes.
·        Certain States like Tamil Nadu have almost 70% of the spots reserved for reserved categories.   Many states reserve spots for minority religions also.

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