"Do India need talent or reservation to build the country?"
This is an unanswered question and India is a country which has been providing reservation for backward classes since the time Indian constitution was formulated, but initially for a period of 10 years it was to help the backward classes. Several extensions are given to this 10 year reservation, hence till date there is no substitute of caste based reservation. Indians are given reservations in employments, politics, education, etc. Is the reservation that important, we cannot abolish it completely?
Why there is so much agitation on demand for reservation in India?
Every new day there a community asking for reservations, whether it is Gujjars, Jats, Jain's, Muslims or anyone they show their agitation for reservation. There is lots of property and people loss due to protests like JAT reservation in Haryana, which was happened in February, 2016. So what is the basic motto behind this reservation? If a particular community is lack of resources, in the minority and need some help from the government, they are provided with reservation and at the time of formulation of Indian constitution, it was found that SC, ST and OBC categories should be provided reservation so that they can get equal status in the society. But we Indians have taken it other ways..
Tina Dabi- UPSC topper at glance
A recent example, Tina Dabi who really does not need any kind of introduction, the 22 year old girl who topped UPSC Civil Services 2015. Do you have an idea about the caste based reservation tactics behind this? She belonged to a SC/Dalit category and secured 195.39 marks in the UPSC preliminary examination and similarly other boy from general category secured 230.76 marks in the same examination but he was not even qualified to give the main examination. So my question here comes that from which type of family Tina Dabi belonged to, was there any lack of resources to her? Or was it merely a caste based reservation?
Tina Dabi's grandfather was an officer with CISR who had earned enough money to make his child's education possible in a dignified school and college. If we talk about Tina Dabi's parents, her father and mother are IES officers and her father is presently General Manager in Bsnl. Assuming their salary is 1 lakh rupees per month, so it makes 24 lakh per year (each mother and father getting 12 lakh per year) and I think that was enough to provide a good education along with a luxurious life to Tina. So do you really think there was requirement of reservation for such people? Obviously her education was quite good, she got facilities for all coachings then why there is difference in between a SC/ST or a general category candidate? This is not just the case of Tina Dabi, there are many students who have faced such kind of problems. It is not that Tina Dabi did not study, obviously we at Brainbuxa appreciate students like Tina Dabi who set a remarkable example merely at an age of 22. But we are in against of these types of things going on in this society.
Why not monetary basis reservation?
Many of you must be thinking why the reservation is not based on monetary terms? Why it is caste based? Let me tell you very clearly, there are people who had a thought for this idea, but it was not implemented, the reason behind this is the people can hide their money in India, but the caste is something which they can never hide. So what is the way the reservation can done so that people are benefited in a justified manner?
Brainbuxa solution for reservation:
Our expertise people have found out a way in which reservation can be given in justified method. The pattern of reservation should be same, but after 4-5 years of service, all candidates once again have to go through an examination in which there won't be any kind of reservation. Those who qualify will retain their posts otherwise they have to leave their posts. I think this solution will work, as the reserved candidates will also have available resources to study and both of them are on equal standards.
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