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What are the provisions of proposed women reservation bill? What are the hitches in its passage? Discuss.

108th constitutional amendment Bill, which is commonly known as the Women’s Reservation Bill, seeks to provide reservation for women in the house of people and state legislative assemblies. Provisions of the bill Reservation of 1/3 of all seats for women in the Lok Sabha and the state legislative assemblies. Along with that 1/3 of total ..

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Examine the relevance of key new criteria for identification of rural Urban poor as per Bibek Debroy Committee for implementation of the Socio Economic Survey. {This question had a mistake in original test paper, the word rural is to be replaced by urban.}

Union Ministry of Housing and Urban poverty alleviation ministry had set up a committee under NITI Aayog member Bibek Debroy to fine tune the socio-economic caste census to identify urban poor. SECC data for urban areas had three categories Automatic exclusion based on assets, automatic inclusion this includes homeless, no income and third scoring Index ..

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In recent times, several states in India have adopted the practice of creating separate schools and colleges for children of marginalised communities such as Dalits and Tribals. Does it bypass the mandate of inclusive education that must be open and accessible to children from all backgrounds, castes and religions? Discuss critically.

Yes, it will de jure bypass the mandate of inclusive education and may result in the creation of educational ghettoes. But I believe that even the schools meant for everyone aren’t inclusive and they have de facto bypassed the mandate. This is evident from the instances of use of different coloured {as per caste} wrist ..

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To what extent, the recent Supreme Court Judgement upon Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act tries to remove gender inequality perpetuated by this law? Examine.

Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act makes father the natural guardian of a Hindu Child while the mother is considered a natural guardian in absence of father. Thus mother does not hold an equal right as father in taking decisions for the child. SC in its judgment made mothers legally eligible to be sole guardians, making ..

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Critically discuss the policy and legislative mechanisms in India to prevent child abuse? Why these mechanisms fail to act as the deterrent?|

Child abuse is a serious issue which can have an adverse impact on the growth and development of the child. Child abuse can be classified as emotional, physical and sexual abuse. The government has taken various legislative and policy initiatives to prevent such issues. The initiatives by the government are :Legislative provisions to prevent child ..

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What are “minority institutions”? How are they different from other institutions? Discuss in the light of constitutional provisions.

A minority institute may be an institute that has been set up by either a religious or linguistic minority to foster its unique and special features. As per Article 30(1) of Constitution “All minorities, whether based on religion or language, shall have the right to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice”. As per ..

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