The speech on caste reservation

Reservation is reserving something for somebody and caste reservation is reserving rights for people on the basis of their caste. Indians are divided into different caste which are scheduled caste (SCs), scheduled tribes (STs) and Other backward class (OBC). In caste reservation people are given reservation in jobs, reservation in application form fee, reservation in college fee and reservation in many more places by birth on the basis of their caste. This system was introduced in India to remove poverty. And this system worked very well when it was introduced. But now it should be not any more. This system was started in 1954 in the favour of STs, SCs. And after that in 1980 this system was introduced for OBCs too. In the old days SCs and STs where treated very badly by the other caste people. They were called untouchables and people don't to even drink water from them. That was very unacceptable. At that time caste reservation was introduced and did very best. But now it is 201…


"Equality is the soul of liberty; there is, in fact, no liberty without it."
Today a general category has to work much harder then the one who belongs to quota category. A general category student has to face reservation in every thing. While filling an application form for the entrance exam, the application fee is biased, where reserved categories students has to pay half the amount payed by the general category students. Now again in cut-off there is reservation. Where a general category student has to score 90% marks there a reserved category student has to score only 40% marks. In the result there is again reservation, as the general category students get seats only if they secure the highest marks, for there are some reserved candidates in the open list also. After the result of an examination, no matter whether a general category student is selected or not, but an applicant securing very less marks than him/her and getting into the same college just on the basis of his/her caste can not be considered as equality. Thereafter in the hostel, many government-aided and private institutions allot hostel allocation in Lucknow university but it was being immorally done this year, which enraged the parents this year. Media reports also said, many students even complaint that their college allow the issuing of books on the quota basis. General category students are not allowed to get good quality books, which is claimed to be reserved for certain category students. This is very shameful. Education is common right for everyone, so we cannot deny someone because they do not take birth in reserved categories. God made us equal, we all are people of god. Reservation was initially needed to finish the practice of untouchability and caste discrimination in jobs and in colleges. It must be researched that we need this system today or not. But nobody researched as this reservation is a strategy of vote banks politics to lure particular masses. In our constitution it is clearly written that "No citizen shall, on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, descent, place of birth, residence or any of them, be ineligible for, or discriminated against in respect of, any employment of office under the state." It deals in matters of public environment. Reason behind framing the constitution into a democratic republic was to ensure that the representatives are chosen on the basis of, what they are and what they can do for the development or betterment of the citizen of nation. It does not indicate that a person should be treated on the basis of surname that follows his first name. In the name of providing reservation to the socially oppressed, we are crushing the talent of those people who can bring better results with their hard work, but rejected because of their general category. A general category student has to work twice harder that who belong from reserved in any job or any college. This caste based discrimination will only create inequality in citizens of India. If you agree then read more posts and share and also comment your opinion.

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