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Three Principles Of Justice (In Hindi)
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In this lesson, we talk about the 3 principles of justice- Principle of equal treatment, proportionality, and special needs. We also talk about how these principles can end up being a hurdle to each other

Lavanya Kapoor
Pursuing B.El.Ed from DU. Happy reader! Occasional gyaani :)

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thank u sir......awesome😘😘course
Ankit Sharma
a year ago
thnku :)
nice explanation mam....thankuuu so much mam...😍😍😍😍
Mam as u said that [...koi discrimination nae hona chahiye...on the basis of caste in competitive examination ....bt mam becoz of reservation.....this is happening....like if general and dalit are getting equal marks or dalit have got less marks also....than also dalit get chance bcoz general ka cutoff jada hota hai or unka kam....this is not fair nn...than ye v to injustice hai...
Thank you so much, Madam.
Ss
Excellent teaching thanks maam
  1. 3 Principles of Justice


  2. ABOUT ME &Lavanya Kapoor Pursuing Bachelors of Elementary Education from LSR, Delhi University Love to talk to people and know more about them IN PERSON *Have a passion for teaching &Currently quite averse to social media Follow me on Unacademy https://unacademy.com/user/lavanya13.100


  3. Very often, justice gets confused with equality and freedom These 3 concepts are very much interlinked However, justice pertains to ENSURING that there is equality and freedom in the society


  4. 1. Equal treatment for equals t says that whoever has equa status in the society should be treated equally Further, it goes down to say that since all human beings are equal on the pretext to being humans, everyone should be treated equally This is the primary principle of justice


  5. Some areas of equal opportunities Right to Life Right to liberty Right to property Right to vote Right to equal opportunities


  6. This principle also mandates that no one should be discriminated on the basis of race, class, caste, or gender The only basis on which they can be treated in different ways is MERIT


  7. If a Dalit and a Brahmin achieve the same rank in a competitive examination, there should be no discrimination against either group on the basis of their caste There should be some other basis for selecting them It could be a tie breaker test, or something of that sort


  8. Similarly, there must not be any wage discrimination on the basis of any of the things mentioned previously If a woman and a man are working at the same post, they should get the same salary


  9. Uber facing probe into alleged gender discrimination: Report If the EEOC finds Uber broke the law by paying women differently than men for the performing the same jobs, the agency could slap fines on the company as punishment.


  10. 2. Proportionate justice There are some situations in which treating everyone in the same manner would mean being unjust In such cases, equality of opportunity comes into place Everyone should get similar opportunities However, equality should not be expected during the result of such opportunities


  11. Let's say you are participating in a competitive exam Everyone ends up getting the same marks, no matter how they have performed This is sheer injustice to the ones who have worked hard


  12. NEET 2018: SC stays HC grace marks decision for students who took test in Tamil As per the petitioner before the HC, the students who took NEET in Tamil faced 49 incorrect questions because translation of those questions from English to the vernacular language was wrong.


  13. The undervalued professions Many professions are undervalued in our society, when we compare the kind of work skills which they require: Teachers > Skilled craftspersons Policemen


  14. 3. Recognition of special needs Many people in our society need special care and assistance For them, even if we have to let go of the principle of proportionality and equal treatment, we are practicing justice


  15. People who might need special assistance People with special needs Old people abandoned by their children


  16. The issue of harmonizing the 3 principles It is very common to observe that the 3 principles sometimes pose a hurdle to each other When we implement thee principle of equal treatment, the principle of merit suffers When we implement the principle of merit, the other 2 principles suffer


  17. > So, the way is to identify how the resources in a country have to be distributed


  18. Thank You!


  19. Very often, justice gets confused with equality and freedom These 3 concepts are very much interlinked However, justice pertains to ENSURING that there is equality and freedom in the society


  20. 1. Equal treatment for equals t says that whoever has equa status in the society should be treated equally Further, it goes down to say that since all human beings are equal on the pretext to being humans, everyone should be treated equally This is the primary principle of justice


  21. Some areas of equal opportunities Right to Life Right to liberty Right to property Right to vote Right to equal opportunities


  22. If a Dalit and a Brahmin achieve the same rank in a competitive examination, there should be no discrimination against either group on the basis of their caste There should be some other basis for selecting them It could be a tie breaker test, or something of that sort


  23. Similarly, there must not be any wage discrimination on the basis of any of the things mentioned previously If a woman and a man are working at the same post, they should get the same salary


  24. Uber facing probe into alleged gender discrimination: Report If the EEOC finds Uber broke the law by paying women differently than men for the performing the same jobs, the agency could slap fines on the company as punishment.


  25. 2. Proportionate justice There are some situations in which treating everyone in the same manner would mean being unjust In such cases, equality of opportunity comes into place Everyone should get similar opportunities However, equality should not be expected during the result of such opportunities


  26. The importance of rewards People must be rewarded for the extra efforts they have put in If they won't the society will stop growing Imagine if you have no prize for bagging the 1st position in a competition. Will you work as hard?


  27. The undervalued professions Many professions are undervalued in our society, when we compare the kind of work skills which they require: Teachers > Skilled craftspersons Policemen


  28. Assam employees to part with 10-15% salary for ignoring parents The government employees in Assam will be subjected to part with 10-15 percent of their monthly gross salary if they are found guilty of not taking care of their dependent parents and physically challenged siblings Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday announced that the decision was taken to ensure the employees take care of their parents who are dependent on them and don't have any source of income.


  29. Reservations are also a part of recognition of special needs


  30. The issue of harmonizing the 3 principles It is very common to observe that the 3 principles sometimes pose a hurdle to each other When we implement thee principle of equal treatment, the principle of merit suffers When we implement the principle of merit, the other 2 principles suffer