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8th January 2019 Part-3: Daily News Analysis
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Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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very nice you discribe the term niche.. :) thanks for this video
Divya Kawatra
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Pleasure is all mi e sir! Glas to know I could help. :)
hi jatin. thanks for the insight on such an important topic. very informative. please give a link to the group you mentioned on facebook. could not find it.
sir try to cover economy part and editorial as well
Thank you soo much sir ...please try to upload editorial as well
pls teach in any one language. preferably English,
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Sir please be regular
  1. Nagaraj: The law on SC/ST promotions [June 7, 2018 Judgementl bat th Responding to the government's complaint that promotions were at a "standstil'" because of verdicts by the High Courts of Delhi, Bombay, and Punjab & Haryana, the Supreme Court . said that the government was "not debarred" from making promotions so long as they were "in accordance with the law" y hav pho reveWhile the court did not specify which law it was referring to, the law that currently applies his the one laid down by the five-judge Bench in M Nagaraj & Others vs Union Of India & layer Others (October 19,2006) The court dealt with a challenge to constitutional amendments aimed at nullifying the impact of judgments including that in the famous Mandal case, on reservations in promotions for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe employees What is the background of Nagaraj, and what did the court say in its verdict? Questions before Supreme Court: The petition challenged the constitutional validity of: * The Constitution (Seventy-Seventh Amendment) Act, 1995, which inserted Clause 4A . or us hink h cause l erent . a pu rk and t sta in Article 16 (equality of opportunity in matters of public employment); The Constitution (Eighty-First Amendment) Act, 2000, which inserted Clause 4B in Article 16;


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  3. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th Articles 16(4A) and 16(4B) The Statement of Obiects and Reasons of the 77th Amendment Act noted that quotas in promotions for SCs and STs had been discontinued after the November 16, 1992 judgment in Indra Sawhney and Others vs Union of India and Others (Mandal case),in y hav the Supreme Court observed that reservation under Article 16(4) - which allows the state to make provisions for "reservation of appointments or posts in favour of any backward class of citizens"- did not apply to promotions. This affected SC and ST employees, and in order to ensure that reservations in promotions continued, Clause 4A was introduced: "Nothing in this article shall prevent reve he layer . or us cause l erent the State from making any provision for reservation in matters of promotion... in favo of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes which, in the opinion of the State, are not adequately represented in the services under the State." Clause 4B was inserted to ensure that while calculating the quota for a particular year a pu rk and capped at 50% by Indra Sawhney-the unfilled or 'carried forward, quota from the earlier year was not clubbed with the regular quota of that year.


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  5. anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th The Nagaraj judgment The petitioners argued that the four amendments were aimed at reversing the judgments in Indra Sawhney and other cases, that Parliament had arrogated to itself judicial powers, and had, therefore, violated the basic structure of the Constitution y hav phc. The court upheld the constitutional validity of the 77th, 81st, 82nd, and 85th he Amendments. reve slay It, however, ruled that if the state "wish(ed) to exercise their discretion and make (a) provision (for reservation in promotions for SCs/STs), the State has to collect quantifiable data showing backwardness of the class and inadequacy of representation of that class in public employment in addition to compliance of Article 335". Also, "even if the State has compelling reasons... it will have to see that its reservation provision does not breach the ceiling-limit of 50% or obliterate the creamy layer or extend the reservation indefinitely". . erent . a pu rk and


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  13. .dI 8196 11:56 Thank you Jatin Verma 155k Followers Follow Ratings & Reviews Roman Saini A great course by Jatin Verma where he has literally covered all the important news from The Hindu. Must watch. Mohit Rai If i achieve my aim, my first salary will go to this great individual making this great informative and well-researched videos. I should take this opportunity to thanlk and congratulate him for the wonderful work he is doing for all the aspirants. He is meticulous and almost perfect in his approach and understanding. Please keep making such videos as a single 26k Enrollments Enroll