‘The focus of discussion in this brief review would revolve around the superimposed terms of social justice through interventionist public policies enacted by the government and how such measures legitimize restrictions on liberty and the equality of opportunity. The solution … Continue reading Social Justice through Public Education in Indian Universities: A Case of Apples and Oranges*
The outcaste is a by-product of the caste system. There will be outcastes as long as there are castes. Nothing can emancipate the outcaste except the destruction of the caste system. B. R. Ambedkar Introduction India is abode to many … Continue reading Is reservation a fundamental right or is it acting as subtle as a sledgehammer in destroying the concept of justice?
Reservation refers to a justice granted to people belonging to historically disadvantaged groups. The concept of reservation in India came much before the constitution came into an existence. The two instances which make us reminiscent for reservation can be dated back … Continue reading Revamping the reservation policy: A big stride towards affirmative action