2022, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
A study of poverty and affirmative action in India during 1980s and 1990s
Author(s): Dr. Sunil Babu
Abstract: The consequences of economic inequality of the distributive scheme involved in the caste system are particularly pronounced in terms of income distribution, employment and poverty experienced by discriminative groups. The scheduled castes who are located at the bottom of caste hierarchy, suffer the most as they face exclusion and discrimination from access to any economic right, except manual labour or service to the castes above them. Hence, the economic and social impact is more devastative. Under these circumstances the application of affirmative action policy in the private sector becomes unavoidable since public sector is on the decline.
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Dr. Sunil Babu. A study of poverty and affirmative action in India during 1980s and 1990s. Asian J Manage Commerce 2022;3(1):01-05.