Stop reservation on the basis of caste.

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Niharika Reddy
1 year ago
The eligible candidates are not getting enough chance because of reservation. Stop reservation system in India and give a better chance to a merit candidate rather than undeserved (reserved) candidate.

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Monish Kumar
3 years ago
swap the reserved with the deserved.

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Atul Oza
3 years ago
I agree with the petition.

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Aishee Das
3 years ago
We all need the deserved candidates instead of reserved candidates. India should become reservation free country like others...

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Tatai Biswas
3 years ago
This is a fact
I think that this is wrong
All should protest it

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Joydeep Bhandary
3 years ago
This system must be removed for the development of our country.

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Anupam Shaw
3 years ago
Reservation is not fair on the basis of caste....it could be a bit fair if a bit fair advantage coukd be given to the ones with a very low annual family income....nt on the basis of caste...

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Buddhadip Mukherjee
3 years ago
STOP the caste system...atleast in the education system...the reserved ones get the job rather than the deserved ones...A SC/ST student who is poor in studies gets the chance to join a good colleges where as the GENERAL students sometimes can't even qualify those entrance examinations...

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Subhabrata Ghosh
3 years ago
I'm signing because this is case well representative of general students all over the country alike. Untill this extremely ridiculous and frankly very outdated situation is mended, our education system will never be representative of the quality students which could have been gained from no reservation.

This concerns all students alike. And I think this should be considered seriously by everyone (even those who aren't current students)