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Sadashiva Ayog For INTERNAL RESERVATION
Introduction The State Government had constituted the commission in 2005 -N. Dharam Singh was the Chief Minister. .To ascertain whether there were any discrepancies in the distribution of benefits under Articles 15 and 16 of the Constitution. Whether these benefits were equally distributed among all castes and groups included in the Scheduled Castes list
Recommendations . Looked into methods of equitable distribution of reservation facilities amonq_Scheduled Castes (SCs) - Recommended internal reservation among the castes by broadly reclassifying all the 101 castes into four groups.
Recommended reclassification of all Scheduled Castes into four groups: 1. Right Community (5%) 2. Left Community (6%) 3. Touchables (3%) 4. Other Scheduled Castes (1%) For equitable distribution of the overall reservation of 15 per cent that is being given to Scheduled Castes.
- The above quantum of allocation of reservation benefits to the four groups were made after assessing their socio- economic and educational development through a door-to-door survey of 96.60 lakh persons belonging to Scheduled Castes. -This included 1.58 lakh persons employed in Union and State government establishments.
Way ahead As a suitable law has to be brought in by Parliament to incorporate the recommendation. The commission has asked the State to take up the matter with the Union. a State government must show will to implement measures for equal distribution of opportunities under Article 15 & Article 16 of our Constitution.
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