Reservation Policy and Judicial Activism

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Kalpaz Publications, 2006 - Affirmative action programs - 359 pages
The book attempts to introduce the subject by defining reservation and tracing the circumstances leading to legal, constitutional recognition of protective discrimination. Concepts like equality and justice are examined in the socio-political context. It also traces the origin and development of reservation policy in India and offers valuable suggestions for formulating policies regarding the steps to be taken for maintaining social balance. The book is a valuable addition to literature of social policy.

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