Big Decision of state government, the inclusion of 32 more castes in EBC

Big Decision of state government, the inclusion of 32 more castes in EBC


The reservation in India is an assenting action system that provides image to historically and now poor groups in Indian association in education, employment and politics.Enshrined in Articles 15 and 16 of the Constitution of India, it allows the Government of India to establish quotas to ensure that any "class of citizens socially and educationally backward" is duly represented in public life. It aims to realize the promise of equality enshrined in the Constitution of India.

The reservation is mainly awarded to 3 groups: programmed castes, programmed tribes, and other backward classes, abbreviated as SC, ST, and OBC respectively. These are groups that have faced social and economic discrimination in the past and were severely under-represented in public life. in the beginning the reservation was merely prearranged to SCs and STs but was shortly unlimited to OBCs in 1987 after the implementation of the Mandal appoint report.

Big Decision of state government, the inclusion of 32 more castes in EBC

 

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There are several groups that get reservations in India.

The first ones are the programmed castes. These communities were viewed in various ways as at the base or "below" the caste system in South Asia, even below the Sudra varna. These castes had hereditary professions in the past (history) such as agricultural laborers, manual garbage collection, tannery, laundry, day laborers, fishing, and more.