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Title: Reserved and Under-Reserved: A Study on Reservation and its Sub-Categorization
Authors: Kaushik, Swatantra D.
Keywords: Thesis Tuljapur
Sudheer Sri Krishna P.
India - Reservation Policy
SC - Reservation Policy
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Tiss Tuljapur
Abstract: India got independence not only from British colonialists but also from those hegemonic powers which crushed a large section of society. After the adoption of constitution and formation of a democratic system of governance, India decided to do away all kinds of social inequalities including the one based on caste. For the emancipation of the backward communities government took the lead and introduced some positive discriminatory measures in the constitution. Reservation quotas were introduced for the weaker sections which were mainly at the bottom of the caste based hierarchy. However the reservation as all wanted didn’t come as a panacea for the development of Dalits. Bridging the gap between the higher and lower caste by providing a beautiful environment for all at workplace or at any other, the reservation un-knowingly created an elite class within the Dalits. To make this system efficient to address the problems like that of hierarchy within the caste groups, there are certain changes which are needed for the betterment of ‘real-dalit-bahujans.
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