An Analytical Study of Discrimination and Reservation System for the Backward Classes Based on Caste

  • Dr S G Shrivastava and Aadarsh Kumar Shrivastava
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  • Dr S G Shrivastava

    Librarian at Government Girls PG College Rewa MP, India

  • Aadarsh Kumar Shrivastava

    Advocate at District and Session Court Rewa MP, India

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Reservation in its simple terms means the special privilege given to the special persons for the enjoyment of reserving access to government aided jobs, educational institutions, etc. Indian reservation policy is a caste based policy which is purposely enacted for the betterment and upliftment of the suppressed class persons of the society from social stigma of caste based discrimination. The reservation policy is always a hot topic for debate in India and a matter of conflict between reserved and non reserved communities. The reservation based on caste is bane and stoppage for the development of the nation because in the true sense the reservation scheme is unknown to the really needy individuals of reserved category and the creamy layer well settled individuals of reserved category are taking unnecessary advantages of this policy and hiding behind this the politicians are doing vote bank politics. At present there is need of review and reimplementation of reservation policy in India for the needy people who can avail the benefit for their growth irrespective of their religion or caste. For the real growth and development replacement of reservation with meritocracy is most important because mere filling of seats or jobs will never lead to development of nation.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, Page 2247 - 2255


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