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Reservations are desirable or just political score point. Comment

Reservations are desirable or just political score point. Comment

Reservations are desirable or just political score point. Comment Question for GS2 : IAS Mains preparation. To support you, I am attaching one article also.

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Three charts that show why reservations are desirable Scheduled castes are the most backward, followed by scheduled tribes and other backward classes, shows NSSO datahttps://www.instamojo.com/ssccgl/upsc-ias-new-online-coaching-batch-starting-/

In October, a two-judge Supreme Court bench commented that “national interest requires doing away with all forms of reservations in higher education”. The judges also expressed regret that “some privileges remained unchanged” even after 68 years of independence. Debate on reservations has always been of a polarizing nature in India and abroad. Arguments for doing away with reservations after so many years of independence are based on two premises. One is that social inequalities have been bridged during this period. Data shows this is not the case. There still exist large gaps between various social groups in terms of educational status, especially in higher education. Scheduled castes are the most backward, followed by scheduled tribes (ST) and other backward classes (OBC), National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) data show. A direct consequence of this gap is a small share of SC, ST and OBCs in the regular wage and salaried employment category in comparison with upper castes, as a Plainfacts piecepointed out last month. There is further research to show the prevailing discrimination can be more acute than what the NSSO numbers capture. It is because NSSO treats all salaried employment (from a secretary level Indian Administrative Service officer to clerk) as one category. In a February paper published in the Economic and Political Weekly, Ankita Aggarwal, Jean Dreze and Aashish Gupta presented some stark findings based on a survey, which was conducted in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. The authors found that not only were upper castes disproportionately represented in government jobs, they also dominated other places of importance in civil society. The papers also cites secondary data to show there was minuscule SC and ST representation in top bureaucracy—less than 5% at the secretary, additional secretary, joint secretary and director levels. The second argument against reservation assumes these lead to a loss in productivity or efficiency. This is based on the premise that to fulfil reservations in higher education, cut-offs are lowered for reserved category seats and hence merit might get compromised. A 2012 National Bureau of Economic Research paper by Pennsylvania State University economists Veronica Robles and Kala Krishna based on what they call an elite engineering institution in India analyses targeting, catch-up and mismatch among reserved and non-reserved category students. The authors found reserved category students to be from poorer backgrounds than unreserved category ones (better targeting) but they did not find any evidence of convergence in grades as the course progressed (no catch-up) and a lower probability of SC and ST students getting placed in higher paying jobs (mismatch). The latter two phenomena can be used to argue reservations do not lead to unambiguous benefits. However, there are studies which provide counter arguments to such research as well. In a 2011 paper, Ashwini Deshpande and Thomas Weisskopf, economists at Delhi School of Economics and University of Michigan, respectively, show that there is no evidence to suggest the higher proportion of SCs and STs in Indian Railways on account of reservations had reduced productivity. The authors even argue there might be a case to believe greater labour diversity increases efficiency. Research based on an economic experiment by S.K. Thorat, former professor of economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University, and others showed caste-based discrimination might be at play in private sector recruitment, where candidates with upper caste surnames had a higher probability of being called for job interviews. A comparison of average cut-off scores for SC, ST, OBC and upper caste students in M.A. and M.Phil entrance exams at Jawaharlal Nehru University shows catch-up might be at play in the university. The gap between reserved category and unreserved category cut-offs is less at the M.Phil level than M.A. A significant number of those who are admitted in M.Phil courses are M.A. students from the university itself, which shows equal access to education might be helping reserved category students reduce their learning gap with the unreserved category ones. Finally, while the data and studies here show the time may not have come yet to do away with reservations, even its supporters have emphasized that it cannot be the sole means of dealing with existing inequalities, even in the field of education. Especially noteworthy is the fact that economic and social entitlements crucially determine the access to primary education, the state of which is far from satisfactory in India. The worst affected are lower caste groups given their overall backwardness.

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HSSC : Online Coaching Batch from 28th Dec

HSSC : Online Coaching Batch from 28th Dec 

HSSC : Online Coaching Batch from 28th Dec

Pinnacle Coaching Centre Hisar is launching “Online Coaching Batch for HSSC” from 28th Dec. As everybody knows in Haryana and surroundings thousands of vacancies are coming in Haryana. This is the first time Haryana Government is conducting exams for these vacancies.

1st time higher chance

Those who will prepare seriously will have higher chances. Competition in successive attempts can be tough. So this time you must prepare seriously. This opportunity will never come again.

Significance of Online Coaching

5 Reasons you must choose online version

  • All quality contents at one place, so no time wastage in arranging and managing contents
  • No time wastage in going and coming to coaching centre
  • Many Banking coaching centres can misguide you as they want to enter in SSC coaching without knowledge and experience, so choice of coaching can confuse you. You will have direct competition with SSC CGL students who are preparing for a long time.
  • You can rewind videos , take tests many times. More choices with you.
  • Flexibility in study the contents. You can study in the night or earlier morning.
HSSC : Online Coaching Batch from 28th Dec
HSSC : Online Coaching Batch from 28th Dec

Why should you choose Pinnacle Coaching for HSSC?

  • Pinnacle is a established brand in SSC coaching since 6 years.
  • Pinnacle is known for quality contents and quality faculty.
  • Pinnacle has experience of online coaching and has thousands of students across India. 
  • Pinnacle has research and development centre which develops contents as per examination requirement.
  • Pinnacle and Frontier IAS is managed by Baljit Dhaka and Neeru Madam who have management experience of more than 10 years.

What do we offer in ” Online Coaching Batch”? 

  • Videos link for Maths, English, Reasoning, GK, Hindi, Haryana GK
  • PDF contents covering all topics
  • Guidance, strategy
  • Query handling / doubts clearance through emails /whatsapp.
  • Test Series : Full Length Test 50

How to join the ” Online Coaching Batch”?

Click here and you will find link to pay through net banking , Credit Card, Debit Card etc.

Can Only Test Series be joined?

Yes , you can join only Test Series. 

HSSC : Online Coaching Batch from 28th Dec
HSSC : Online Coaching Batch from 28th Dec

I hope everything is clear now.

regards

Baljit Dhaka

Director

Pinnacle Coaching Centre/Frontier IAS coaching Centre

Gurudwara Road, Model Town, Hisar

9729327755

email: [email protected]

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HPSC Naib Tehsildar : "Online Coaching Batch" from 28th Dec

HPSC Naib Tehsildar : “Online Coaching Batch” from 28th Dec

HPSC Naib Tehsildar : “Online Coaching Batch” from 28th Dec by Frontier IAS Coaching Centre Hisar. This course will contain Video Lectures link through email + PDF files through email + Query handling support + Test Series ( 20 Tests: PDF + Online).

The course will cover all the topics/subjects which are covered in HPSC syllabus ( Naib Tehsildar or HCS GS (prelims). These topics/subjects include History, Geography, Indian Polity, Economics, General Science, Current, Haryana GK.

Duration of the course:

Duration of the course will be approx. 3 months. However if exam preponed or postponed we will be flexible in managing within time frame.

Test Series which will contain 20 Tests will be conducted meantime.

Is there advantage of HPSC preparation in HSSC?

There are many aspirants who are preparing for HSSC exams like excise inspector , food inspector etc. 

These students must be looking for HPSC + HSSC combination so that respective results can be achieved. So to meet this requirement we will provide extra benefits of HSSC through our other unit Pinnacle Coaching Centre. In this way a complete and intensive preparation you will be able to do. We will cover related to HSSC math, Reasoning, English, Reasoning, Hindi along with GS and Haryana GK.

You may also visit for few sample videos lectures.

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HPSC Naib Tehsildar : "Online Coaching Batch" from 28th Dec

Advantages of ” Online Coaching Batch”: 

Now a days many students opt for online coaching as it will provide them flexibility, no wastage of time in going here and there of coaching, quality coaching and contents in online coaching, less cost. Cost of online coaching is less if you caculate everything. All products/study contents at one address.

HPSC Naib Tehsildar : "Online Coaching Batch" from 28th Dec

Is there any advantages for preparing Naib Tehsildar for any other good exam?

Advatnages will be in civil services like UPSC IAS, HCS. In fact HCS and Naib tehsildar are both conducted by HPSC. If you are preparing for Naib Tehsildar it means you are preparing for HCS also automatically.

You may contact us

Baljit Dhaka

Director

Frontier IAS/ Pinnacle

Gurudwara Road, Model Town, Hisar

9729327755

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