Reservation in Higher Education
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krishna said:Sat, July 15, 2017, 3:28:51 am
At present the world is very advanced due to internet, after 100 years technology can change the world in many ways. We are very much depended on technology which is changing day by day. Use of electronic gadgets and smart changes in the daily life application will change the world completely.
Today internet places the key role in all application without internet we cannot imaging the world. Due to advancement in technology there are both advantages and disadvantages. It completely depends on the particular individual. All the infrastructural facilities which we are using in our daily life will completely changes. The education system which we follow will not similar after 100 days. The relationships between the people will change. Mostly the world will we under huge advanced.
They are few problems due to advancement in the technology. Nuclear weapons, bombs and many other harmful things change cause great loss. People may not find free time to talk advancement in technology leads them to addiction internet usage.The computation spirit in the words increases. Many changes in food habits,clothes and life styles will change in different manner. Medical facilities will change,which may leads to bio wars between the countries. If the war is though medical science then human life will be greatly effected.
Although, the world after 100 years can change in many ways but it is our responsibility to protect the environment and reduce to pollution which helps to extend the human life.
ABC said:Wed, July 5, 2017, 12:28:52 pm
In India, reservation is mainly involved in education, but it effecting the youth. From this reservation speciality some one gets help but it leads to so many arguments. The reservation its enough to make partition between pepople.
Its good for ST, SC and backward class people but from my point of view its not good. We have give equality for all the students in there education level at least. There are may ways to help backward people not only by reservation. In the education level ST, SC people are getting seats compare to others if they get below 50% also but other category people gets 80% or 90% also they have to pay Moby for higher education. We can't say that backward people are poor they also rich and they have the capability to have education to our children now a days, why the government still thinking about reservation for that people I don't no. But still now its ok. At least after 2020 they had to change the reservation particularly in education because youth are still missguided by this. Think from the students, they are the pillar for next generation lets try break this reservation.
India has to change thinking of reservation for backward classes. Let word to be free from reservation and make the people are equal in all the fields.
Suman Bose said:Tue, June 13, 2017, 1:14:44 am
In India, reservation is allotted to the ST, SC and other backward class candidates in all the prestigious institutions all across the country.This act by the government has been overly debated up on by many, supporting and opposing reservation for backward class in institutions for higher education. Even though, the reservation for backward classes is expected to have positive impact on the higher education in India.
The top most institutions in India like IITs, AIIMS and IIMs have immense name domestically and internationally. In all these institutions the students admitted to various courses are the representing figures of the modern India. The decision of the government to execute policy of reservation in Central institutions is because of the inequality in terms of lack of access to quality education for students from these back ward categories. The reservation policy is executed as to balance the inequality faced by the SC, ST and OBC community. The proposed government policy also promises to improve the quality of education at all level as to have a common platform for all students from different community. But this is still not treated as a practical solution to address this inequality problem.
Benefits of Reservation on Higher Education
One of the most criticized topics on the reservation policy is that it takes the edge off against the endorsement of merit. There is no doubt on the massive demand for higher education in a country like India. And on the contrary quality education is not accessible to all as it is extremely under-provided. Consequently, there is stern rationing in admission for seats, particularly in the top institutions. The issue therefore is not on reservation, but how reservation would be applicable to get the best outcome in the prevailing social circumstances.
Durga charan Garai.
Durga Charan Garai said:Tue, June 13, 2017, 1:14:27 am
Linga reddy said:Tue, June 13, 2017, 1:14:24 am
The term “Reservation” has been doing the rounds within the Indian media circuit of late owing to the government decision to implement 27% quota for the OBCs in the educational institutions of higher learning.
When our country achieved independence, a large section of the society was leading a miserable life. They had been exploited for ages and the false beliefs in the society at that time further worsened their condition. The government of that day introduced the concept of reservations so that there would be equal progress of all sections of the society. Over the years, the condition of the people of reserved categories has improved at a fast rate while that of the middle class, general or open category people has remained more or less the same. At a time like this, the government’s decision to bring out legislation to implement a 27% quota for OBCs adds further fuel to the fire.
Currently, as per the government policy, 15% of the students admitted to universities must be scheduled castes and for the scheduled tribes there is a reservation of about 7.5%. Other than this, the state governments also follow their own reservation policies respectively based upon the population constitution of each state. So nearly 50% seats are reserved. The general category people are being subjugated with only 50% of the seats.