International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research

International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research


International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research
International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research
Vol. 2, Issue 12 (2016)

Social justice and reservation in private sector for SC/ST/OBC communities


Shrikant Nityanath, Dr. SP. Melkeri

We are living in graded society of India: based on Varnashrama System of Manusmruti in this society. Many evil practices like casteism, practice of untouchability, inequality in all field and high level of social discrimination still live and in practice against scheduled caste and scheduled tribe’s community. In the 21st century even after 69 years of Independent India, still SC/ST/OBC people are not getting facilities provided in the Indian constitution. After Independent with many struggle by Dr. Baba Shaheb Ambedkar reservation in employment and politics are provided to the SC/ST/OBC community, thinking that government may implement all the provision made to SC/ST/OBC community. But ruling governments have failed to implement and incorporate many facilities to SC/ST/OBC communities. Mean while many private sector are coming up with taking the preveledge of Indian constitution by using natural resources which is due share of SC/ST/OBC community and denied entry in the private sector. The effect of LPG reduced the public sector employment and increasing the private sector employment without SC/ST/OBC representations. Now we need equal representations and reservation in private sector for all the communities. There is great need for amendment to the Indian constitution for reservation in private sector for deprived communities by the politicians and ruling governments.
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