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THE QUOTA POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT
Vinod Anand | 09 Jul 2011

The fight regarding the government's caste-based reservation policy continues to affect public life. Meantime, the spat between the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry on merit and the Supreme Court on the 27 per cent reservations continues.

WHAT THESE disruptions essentially underline is the collapse of the educational system The academic hub has been transformed into a political citadel for promoting vote-banks through the misuse of youth power and a deliberate fragmentation of civil society. Even as India has become the epicentre of a globalised world, with economic powers drawn towards its immense potentialities, the educational sector is deteriorating and becoming highly politicized. The faultlines are clearly etched out and at the primary and secondary levels of education the future of thousands of students is at stake.

One need not stretch one’s imagination to notice the indisputable linkage between national development and human and transparent manner.

We are witnessing the underprivileged depletion of our youth power due to a talented , ramshackle system that does not allow any reforms The various communities queue up for the sake of gaining it is high time that in the interests of national backward status. Nowhere else in the world we play petty power games. Global- competition is a must in the present times. The crux of the matter lies, of course, in the doing reality of a truly educated lot of young 21st century Indians. No one will ever refute that education is the key to our long-awaited glorious future.