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Sunday, April 09, 2006

Why Quota System is needed in Higher Education Mr. Arjun Singh - Enough is enough

Do anyone of you think that Mr. Arjun Singh is thinking anything good for our education system. Is it really going to help our education system???

IIM and IIT is a place where intelligence matters and not reservation. Mr Arjun Singh, are you going to repent after couple of years if you see inferior quality of graduates from these institutes. And why would you? Your task is done. Your aim seems to be the upcoming elections in five states.

Would you bring back those bright brains of India who are preparing to leave the country to get higher education abroad only because they could not get a sit in IIT or IIM.

Enough is enough, there should not be any reservation based on caste anymore. If you want to have reservation, yes have it but for financially backward class. This is where you need to bring them up. There should be no reservations based solely on the principles of caste and government should instead focus on providing quality primary education to all.

Its good to see that bloggers community have already started raising voice. One
of our blogger friends have created an Anti-Reservation Blogroll. Watch out
for it here. Entrance to the Shrine.: Anti-Reservations Blogroll.

Election Commission asks Mr. Arjun explaination | Read this Mandal Quiz

Say No to Quota in Higher Education Petition


  • At 2:28 AM, Anonymous AngelzFear said…

    Dude, as if Arjun Singh cares to look at the quality of the passouts. All he is interested is in getting some votes.

    Merit has no meaning. Only votes matter. Either you vote or perish. No amount of blogging is going to change things in my opinion. Anyways chipping in with my 2 bytes.

  • At 9:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    hey arjun yeh tune kya kiya yaar desh ka bhatta bitha diya
    tu to mar jayega 3 saal mein
    hume boundary less division of india mein jalna parega
    mar saale marr jaldi mar

  • At 10:26 AM, Blogger Cyclops said…

    Arjun Singh has made the worst decision of his public life and the truth the current generation really thinks that merit is the true scale for judging and not the fake certificates and other political pressure....

    To take India into the next level we need to change the stagnant system! The youth's need to put in their thoughts....

    Unite youth and I find Blog a great medium to raise one's concerns!

  • At 1:24 AM, Blogger Chakra Sampath said…

    dunno for how long they are gonna do these "please the caste" politics.. i didn't get into the details of this reservation move, but only caught a quick snippet from the headline scroll - which said that this move might make the reservations go up to 49.5%.

    I am from Chennai and in TN, the reserved seats in edu. institutions, public sector amounts to 69% for a long, long time.. thats the reason why TN was quite silent when N.India was burning over Mandal Commission report in 1990.

    Would there ever be a day when we get to see the back of all these reservations? hmmm... i know i am dreaming!

  • At 3:13 AM, Blogger sainathkm said…


    Join the blog community "Voice Against Reservation" yes VAR. And lets together propegate the message and our ideas. Email your details to :

    Sainath K M

  • At 7:31 AM, Blogger Abhijeet said…

    @angelzfear: Yes there may not any change even if we do out best. But it is MAY. if this outburst comes on the street, Mr Arjun will become Abhimanyu in no time.

    @Anonymous: Good Tiger (Sher)

    @cyclops: Your support as a blogger is really needed

    @ Chakra: It will take no time to see your dreams into reality

    @ Sainath: Will mail you my details. Thanks!

  • At 10:17 PM, Anonymous Nidhi said…

    This is the heights of stupidity done by Mr. Arjun Singh. Its so humilating to see a less qualified SC/ ST gets chance everywhere and bright general category students struggle so much everywhere, be it entrance or in Government jobs.

  • At 8:33 AM, Blogger Amrita said…

    hmm, the old debate about reservation again. if i see it from my view, it is a problem with no definite end, especially in the political setup which india has. govt is too eager to please certain sections of the society to get votes, this has been going on for ages now and nothing has changed. on a personal level, i feel that it is high time ppl should try to get placements in institutions and jobs on theirown credit. it has been more than 50 years of india's independence that the reservation policy is on. high time, ppl start to identify their merit rather than claiming reservation. BTW: nice blog.

  • At 6:13 AM, Anonymous Apun Ka Desh said…

    Inka Bas chale to desh ko bech khayen...

  • At 12:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    What Arjunsingh knows about education.. all political ppl needs money and power... Its not only Arjun Singh.. the good old Mr.Karunanidhi.. is living in the caste system split and giving all allocation to SC/ST/OBC. Democratic slogan of "Equal rights is dead long ago".. Soon we might even see quota everywhere in india... IIT/IIM's are now knowledge base.. soon it will become fool's den


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