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NIJI KSHETRA ME AARAKSHAN NITI – KYON AUR KAISE

BOOKLET: NIJI KSHETRA ME AARAKSHAN NITI – KYON AUR KAISE
Writer : Sukhdev Thorat
Publisher : Itihasbodh Prakashan
First Edition : 2005
Pages : 32
Price : Rs. 10

In the process of development all prosperity and opportunity were reserved for powerful people and rest were deprived of them. Simultaneously, in the social, economic and political fields participation of others become necessary, as such they also get some share in reservation under the process of development. After independence reservation of Dalits in government services and legislature indicates that these reservation had played historical role for equality in society. Now a days reservation in above area has reached to dead end. The reason behind these is decrease in public sector and rare chances in these sectors for Dalits. Many countries have adopted policies of equal opportunity, policies of interference and compensation. While in India reservation is limited to a small area of government undertakings whereas vast public sector comprising of agriculture and service sector has not been included in this policy. Reservation is meaningless when government is detaching itself from all economic activities. Only by entering in Private sectors would result in exposure of their deprived and depressed personality.

 

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