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The bench, hearing the verdict on reservation, does not have a single SC, ST, OBC, in which 51% reservation has been given to 18% of the general category of population 

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आरक्षण को ले कर किये गए फैसले की सुनवाई करने वाली खंडपी में एक भी SC,ST, OBC वाला नही हैं जिस में 51% आरक्षण.. 18% जनसँख्या वाले सामान्य वर्ग...को दे दिया गया हैं जिस के कारण ये एक तरफा फैसला हैं इस लिए इस का बहिष्कार करो और इस message को जल्द जल्दी से अपने करीबियों तक पहुचाओ जिस से इस "एक तरफा फैसले" को रोक जा सके गौरतलब हैं कि सामान्य वर्ग कि जनसख्या 18%ओर  आरक्षण 51%| माननीय न्यायलय में बै े सामान्य वर्ग के 95%   के न्यायाधीश का न्यायिक फैसला  17/04/2017 सुप्रीम कोर्ट नई दिल्ली | OBC 58% + SC 17% +ST 8% = 83% कुल जनसख्या  को मात्र 49% आरक्षण तथा 15-18% सामान्य वर्ग कि जनसख्या को 51% आरक्षण है |  OBC  + SC + ST = 83% सामान्य वर्ग में चयनित होने पर रोक |  सभी.  OBC  SC  ST  को अवगत करायें   please forward all OBC  SC  ST.

The bench, hearing the verdict on reservation, does not have a single SC, ST, OBC, in which 51% reservation has been given to 18% of the general category of population ... The decision is to boycott this and reach this message as soon as possible so that this "one-sided decision" can be stopped, it is important that the general category is 18% and the reservation is 51%. Judge of the Judge of 95% of the general category sitting in honorable court, 17/04/2017 Supreme Court New Delhi | OBC 58% + SC 17% + ST 8% = 83% of the total population is 49% reservation and 15-18% is the general category that has 51% reservation. OBC + SC + ST = 83% hold on selection in the general category. all. OBC SC ST Forwarded please all all OBC SC ST

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As per the government reservation press release

Reservation for SC/ST and OBC

Article 16(4) of the Constitution enables provision of reservation to Backward Class of citizens, who are not adequately represented in the State. Reservation is provided to Scheduled Castes (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs) and Other Backward Classes (OBCs) through executive instructions issued from time to time, which has force of law, as held by the Supreme Court in Indira Sawhney case.

As per extant instructions, reservation is provided to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes at the rate of 15%, 7.5% and 27%, respectively, in case of direct recruitment on all-India basis by open competition. In case of direct recruitment on all-India basis otherwise than by open competition, the percentage fixed is 16.66%, 7.5% and 25.84%, respectively.

As per information received from 71 Ministries/Departments, the representation of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes in the posts and services under the Central Government as on 01.01.2014 is 17.35%, 8.38% and 19.28%, respectively.

While the representation of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes is as per the prescribed percentage, the representation of Other Backward Classes is less than the prescribed percentage due to the following reasons:-

(i) Reservation for Other Backward Classes started only from the year 1993.

(ii) OBC candidates who are appointed upto 1993, that is before introduction of reservation for OBCs, are not included for counting their representation;

(iii) There is generally a time gap between occurrence of vacancies and filling up such vacancies, as recruitment is a time consuming process.

Based on recommendations of a Committee headed by the Secretary, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, time bound action plan for filling up backlog reserved vacancies has been intimated to all concerned Departments/Ministries on 20.11.2014 for filling up such vacancies by August 2016. The Action Plan includes study of reasons for non-filling of backlog reserved vacancies, review of prescribed standards, if required; conducting Special Recruitment Drive and conducting pre-recruitment training programmes.

This was stated by the Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Laxmi Narayan Yadav and Shri Harishchandra Chavan in the Lok Sabha today.


http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=147326 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reservation_in_India