Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Reservations - again :)

Happend to read this inpsiring article in Rediff.

Though i liked whole of the article, i was particularly impressed by the following piece,

Reservation should be a mix of all criteria. If you take a caste that comes under reservation, 80 per cent of the people will be poor and 20 per cent rich, the creamy layer. For the general category, it will be the other way around. I feel equal weightage should be given for the economic background. A study has to be done on what is the purpose of reservation and what it has done to the needy. It should be more effective and efficient. In my case, I would not have demanded for reservation. I accepted it because the society felt I belonged to the deprived class and needed a helping hand.

Today, the opportunities are grabbed by a few. They should be ashamed of their ability if they avail reservation even after becoming an IAS officer or something like that. They are putting a burden on the society and denying a chance to the really needy.

I feel reservation is enough for one generation. For example, if the child's father is educated, he will be able to guide the child properly.

Take my case, I didn't have any system that would make me aware of the IITs and the IIMs. But I will be able to guide my children properly because I am well educated. I got the benefits of reservation but I will never avail of it for my children. I cannot even think of demanding reservation for the next generation.
//End of Quote//

Now, go here, and check the "Solution for the reservation issue", which i had provided.

Hmm. Atleast i have some takers. :)


At Thu Sep 28, 06:08:00 AM CDT, Blogger Krishnakumar said...

First time here...Nice blog

At Tue Jan 13, 07:48:00 PM CST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I see that this suggestion came from a IIM guy. The article came in rediff. This guy rejected corporate multi-million offers ,and started his small restaurant serving Idli's.

He made the turnover to crores within 3 years.
Cant remember his name.


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