Abolishment of Reservation in education system

Abolishment of Reservation in education system

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Priti Modgi started this petition to Government of India

My cousin scored 94.4 % of marks in his 10th board examination and to add on top of it he has scored 99 marks out of 100 in both Mathematics and Science subjects. Even after scoring so much high merit he wasn’t able to secure admission in BMCC college in Pune city of Maharashtra state. 
The reason being very simple, his caste. Unfortunately he belongs to open category and it’s has now become the biggest curse for any aspirant in this country. If he would have belonged to a category of caste which is covered under reservation then he was required to score only 60% to secure admission in BMCC, the college which he was aiming for the last while year and he worked hard with only this focus. But even after scoring so many merits he couldn’t get an admission in the college because there are only 26% of open seats for general category students and the rest all the seats are covered under reservations. 

I ask this question to the educated community of this country, do our kids deserve this treatment ? Do we want our kids to die and commit suicides because even after working so hard they don’t get admission in the desired college only because they don’t belong to a particular caste? Do we still support this is 21st century and what good are the students who have secured less marks and got admissions in top colleges going to benefit this county with? Is our future still to be decided based on our caste? 

Can’t we all get together to fight against this evil of our education system for proper justice to all the kids who are working day and night and chasing their dreams. They don’t deserve this and nor does our country. If this will continue, nobody would want to continue to stay in India and do good for our country.

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