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  • 1. Presented ByDivam Goel
  • 2.  The reservations should have been for those poorpeople (Poor people are those who doesnt haveenough money, but not those Castes that considered tobe poor), But its better to completely eliminate the reservationsand provide scholarships to poor students to get to thehigher education, then they will be able to compete forany jobs.
  • 3.  The Reservation system has a long history and has beendebated before and after Indian Independence from theBritish in 1947. 1882 - Hunter Commission was appointed. MahatmaJyotirao Phule made a demand of free and compulsoryeducation. 1902 - Maharaja of Kolhapur in Maharashtra , ChatrapatiSahuji Maharaj introduced reservation in support ofbackward classes .
  • 4.  In 1908, reservations were introduced in favour of anumber of castes and communities. After the Indian Independence there were some majorchanges in favor of the STs, SCs and OBCs. 9th March 2010 - WomenReservation Bill passed inthe Upper house, Rajya Sabha.
  • 5.  Caste Based Religion Based Gender Based Others
  • 6.  Reservation insults peoples ’ability andintellect directly. Reservation never helps needy one but… Reservation divides the society by recognizing thecaste system in sophisticated way. Reservation in jobs produces bad effect in the workareas. Reservation is like death sentence for qualifiedcandidates.
  • 7.  Reservation is a crime. Reservation policy implements unfairness in the nameof fair representation. Reservation is a Political trump card. Reservation is not different from Communism andRacism
  • 8.  Indians should learn to ask the political parties and aswell as tell them we want reservation in everywhereonly based on the collective income of the family notcaste or religion. The poor and needy should be given ReservationBenefits irrespective of caste or religion.
  • 9.  http://www.indiaeyewitness.com/Channels/Issue.asp?IssueNo=28041 http://antireservation2007.sulekha.com/blog/post/2007/01/arguments-against-reservation http://www.countercurrents.org/insight300411.htm http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-07-27/india/29820335_1_admission-of-obc-candidates-constitution-bench-cent-quota

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