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Context: A socio-economic caste-based census becomes a necessary precondition to initiate any meaningful reform. This article pointed out deeply unequal and oppressive social order in our heterogeneous society.
Problems in our current policy
The data released by the Justice G. Rohini Commission’s report on the sub-categorisation of OBCs gives a good synoptic view to understand this.
It is important to note that the Rohini Commission’s data are based just on the institutions that come under the purview of the central government.
Asymmetrical distribution of reservation
Insufficiency of data
Needed Affirmative action
For this two things are required
Two, we need an institution alike the Equal Opportunities Commission of the United States or the United Kingdom which can undertake two important but interrelated things:
This will make the formulation of policy and its monitoring simpler at an institutional level.
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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