The coalition politics changed the election manifesto of the leading political parties. Development took a front seat pushing ideologies like Hindutva to the back seat. Apart from Roti, Kapra and Makan, electricity, education, employment, environment, and economy became the main agenda for the election campaigns. Right to education, right to information, right to food bills were passed. The economic growth which was projected to follow Hindu growth i.e GDP growth rate of below 5%, took a quantum leap. Women’s issues were taken up seriously. Women’s Reservation bill was brought up in the parliament. Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2013 was passed to make the society more secure for women. Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and their Rehabilitation Bill, was brought to alleviate the problem of manual scavenging. Infrastructure was created via Pradhanmantri Gramin Sadak Yojna and Golden Quardilateral. MNREGA gave employment to a large section of people.
You would have also talked about Local Self Governance and role of women in Indian politics (Government’s readiness to provide 50% reservation in Panchayats and its reluctance for the same in Legislatures, or decreasing numbers of women’s representation etc)
The economic condition of the dalit community is not quite good. A large portion of the dalit community still lives under poverty line. Due to lack of skills and education, they are forced to take up menial jobs like manual scavenging on railway tracks, dry latrines, laborers etc. Education can provide them with necessary skills to get better jobs. Though they have been provided reservations in Civil Services and other govt. jobs, still the condition of the dalit community has not risen. This is partially because once they get into govt. job, they are too busy improving their own economic conditions than thinking about their community. Yet some progress has taken place. Many dalits have made forays in high paying govt. and private jobs. A few have even become entrepreneurs. Entrepreneur Milind Kamble founded Dalit Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry(DICCI)in 2012 .He terming Dalit entrepreneurship as “Dalit capitalism”, and stressed the need for using this as a powerful tool for fighting caste-based discrimination. Some people have cricised this move of a caste based entrepreneur organisation as it will increase the schism between the upper and lower caste and will help in promoting the caste based organisations who might mobilise such organisations for political mileage.
On the philosophy behind the process of reservation itself, the people in favour of reservation feel that reservation is necessary to undo and counter the 'evils' of centuries of that prevailed in the country. Reservation proponents also contend that merit as it is defined today is something that is achieved with the help of cramming, tutoring, constant guidance, quality schooling and knowledge of English and poor Dalits, poor MBC's lack most of these. This (the argument cnetering on cramming, tutoring, etc.) the anti-reservationists do not accept, pointing out that not all high-scorers at the exams can hope to eventually succeed in translating their knowledge into skills, but low-scorers especially in higher education will also score badly on the skill ladder proportionately much more than high-scorers. They also suggest that the examination-based approach to merit evaluation calls for a modification to better reflect meritorious performance in practical demonstration of skills, but casteist reservation does not have anything to offer as a solution in this regard. Which, they add, only goes to expose the foul game of the politicians of India many of whom have a record of strongly alleged offences and crimes of numerous types.
Right to Equality vis a vis Reservation Policy in India
In addition to complete roll-back of the proposed reservation, the striking protesters have demanded that an expert committee comprising members from non-political organisations to review the existing reservation policy and find out whether reservation for OBCs is required at all. This is based on the current confusion over actual population of OBC as various organisations have indicated various figures for the population of OBCs. This is mostly because the 1931 national census was the last time detailed population and economic data was gathered along with caste information for the OBC population. The Mandal Commission, using extrapolated 1931 Census figures, put it at 52 per cent, the (NSSO) at 32 per cent and the National Family and Health Survey at 29.8 per cent. Keeping in view the fact that already 23.5% of all college seats are reserved for OBCs, the rationale of extending reservation is debated. The protesters also demand that no penal action be taken against the protesters and publication of a white paper by the government, making its stand clear on reservation.
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India is one of the few countries that practices on a large scale. , the Minister of Law in the Interim Government, and a leader who drafted of the alone according to constitutional debate available on the government website, made provisions for reservations for Scheduled Castes (previously termed 'untouchables') in government run institutions in the 1950s. Consequently, IITs have been offering reservation for Scheduled Castes and Tribes of society since 1973. However, while a policy of quota system exists throughout the country for their reservation, a slightly different scheme is implemented in IITs, as these are .
I believe that there should be reservation in the educational system of india. Due to which they can also get good and higher education, but at the time of the jobs/ public service there should be n reservation. A person has got almost 22 to 25 years benefit of reservation policy and had completed his studies. Now he should stand on his own feets and should face the competition in the market. They have got all the things which a person born in other cast has got by now.
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The bringing on board of a proposed online reservation system will result in the improvement in hotel management and easy identification of patrons leading to proper security
In implementing an online reservation system, one needs a hotel and one such hotel is HANSONIC Hotel in Dansoman Accra. Hansonic hotel was established in the year 1973 by Mr. De Graft Hanson and is a 200 x 80 square plot 3 storey building situated in between Dansoman and Odorkor in Accra. It is a budget hotel that is to say it is a less than one star hotel. It was established to provide accommodation and catering services for tourists, locals, foreigners who are in Accra to trade, rest, eat as well as those on vacation. The hotel has a manager, an assistant manager, and 35 staff members and also boasts of 34 rooms with air conditions in them as well as a conference room, a restaurant and a car park. The hotel also has internet facilities and a website available for checks and usage Hansonic Hotel has a sister institution called Hans Botel situated at Cape Coast.After introducing the provision for reservation once, it got related to vote bank politics and the following governments and the Indian Parliament routinely extended this period, without any free and fair revisions. Later, reservations were introduced for other sections as well.