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The commission submitted its report on 30 March Reservation of vacancies in all government services and local bodies for other backward classes. But this report was not accepted by the government as it feared that the backward classes excluded from the caste and communities selected by the commission may not be considered and the really needy would be swamped by the multitude and would hardly receive special attention. Mandal commission: The decision to set up a second backward classes commission was made official by the president on 1 January The commission popularly known as the Mandal Commission, its chairman being B. Mandal, submitted a report in December that stated that the population of OBCs, which includes both Hindus and non-Hindus, was around 52 per cent of the total population according to the Mandal Commission.

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This first backward Classes Commission was an initiative to translate the guidelines having been suggested under the Article of Indian Constitution.

About Kalelkar Commission Way back in January 29, , a presidential order was issued to establish the first Backward Classes Commission for which Kaka Kalelkar was appointed chairman of the Commission.

The main aim was to develop better system and to ensure that all the backward classes could get thorough boost up to lead respectable living. This Commission advised the Union and State governments to look at the factors which could make it easy for them to uplift the backward classes to improve their conditions through economic and educational growth prospective.

Implementation of recommendations This suggestions of Kalelkar Commission to the governments concerned were implemented in part through allocation of certain special grants for the backward classes for their social, educational and economic uplift. Governments concerned were also advised to investigate the many issues that were the major causes of their deprivation for that finding the appropriate solution of problems were sought.

Some of the notable roles which this Commission has played and offered as a guideline for that includes:- Identification of socially and educationally backward classes of the Indian society and to find a genuine solution for them Keeping in view the factors like low social position in the traditional caste hierarchies Suggesting the measures to resolve issues like lack of general educational advancements in particular section, caste or community in the country Suggesting the measures to ensure there is proper representation of persons from the deprived section of society into the various government services Advice for best representation of socially deprived people in trade, commerce and industry sectors Mandate For Deprived Section Classification Kalelkar Commission did groundwork to find and explore things which could ease the classification of deprived sections of the society.

The Commission took initiative to make certain descriptions as parameters to measure the levels of several such communities to assess their educational and social backwardness. The purpose was to ensure that people from all such communities discussed above and or those in the majority whom no social status had been given yet in terms of economic sustenance and the educational privileges must be offered additional support for which this Commission was setup to work and explore.

Commission also suggested for caste-wise enumeration of population in census to implement in census and to treat women into backward class category for their privilege. A suggestion was also for the 70 percent seats reservation for qualified students of backward classes in all technical and professional institutions. Many new steps were suggested by Commission chairman, Kaka Kalelkar to improve the condition of the backward classes of the society.

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The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. The document lays down the framework demarcating fundamental political code, structure, procedures, powers, and duties of government institutions and sets out fundamental rights, directive principles, and the duties of citizens. It is the longest written constitution of any country on earth. Ambedkar, chairman of the drafting committee, is widely considered to be its chief architect. Dattatreya Balkrushna Kalelkar, popularly known as Kaka Kalelkar, was an Indian independence activist, social reformer and journalist.

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This first backward Classes Commission was an initiative to translate the guidelines having been suggested under the Article of Indian Constitution. About Kalelkar Commission Way back in January 29, , a presidential order was issued to establish the first Backward Classes Commission for which Kaka Kalelkar was appointed chairman of the Commission. The main aim was to develop better system and to ensure that all the backward classes could get thorough boost up to lead respectable living. This Commission advised the Union and State governments to look at the factors which could make it easy for them to uplift the backward classes to improve their conditions through economic and educational growth prospective. Implementation of recommendations This suggestions of Kalelkar Commission to the governments concerned were implemented in part through allocation of certain special grants for the backward classes for their social, educational and economic uplift. Governments concerned were also advised to investigate the many issues that were the major causes of their deprivation for that finding the appropriate solution of problems were sought.

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This is a two-part piece which analyses the Indra Sawhney Case — a case that is famous for both settling several issues and unsettling several others in the great Indian backward-class-reservation jurisprudence. We hope you enjoy reading this as much as we have enjoyed putting this together. Union of India, established a central role for itself in every debate on the sensitive issue of reservations in India. One of the avowed objectives of the Indian Constitution is the creation of an egalitarian society, including, and especially, by way of the eradication of caste and the caste system.

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References[ edit ] Its terms of references were to: 1. Determine the criteria to be adopted in considering whether any sections of the people in the territory of India in addition to the SC and ST as socially and educationally backward classes, using such criteria it was to prepare a list of such classes setting out also their approximate members and their territorial distribution. Investigate the conditions of all such socially and educationally backward classes and the differences under which they labour and make recommendations 1. Investigate such other matters as the president may hereafter refer to them and 4. Present to the president a report setting out the facts as found by them and making such recommendations as they think proper. For identifying socially and educationally backward classes, the commission adopted the following criteria: 1. Low social position in the traditional caste hierarchy of Hindu society.

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