The Present Reservation System in India has its genesis in Morley-Minto reforms of 1909. Independent India adopted this system with a vision to achieve equality for under-privileged sections of the society who generally suffered from the lingering effects of prior deprivation and discrimination.   The Framers & Makers of the Indian Constitution continued with and adopted this Reservation Policy of the Colonial past, with a proviso that after creating a sustainable environment of equality for all sections of the society to participate in Nation’s growth, the policy would gradually be withdrawn.   However, in the 66th Year since Independence, the Policy...

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