‘The policy of reservation of seats for admission to the professional courses is good for the deprived sections of society.’ Write a debate in 150-200 words either for or against the motion.
Respected Chairman, Honourable members of the Jury and my worthy opponents. Good morning to you all.
I, Karuna stand before you to speak for the motion that the policy of reservation of seats for admission to the professional courses is good for the deprived sections of society. In the ancient India, the society was divided into four sections based on their caste and creed. This inequality in society has created differences among people, which still exists. The so called upper class people started controlling the society and treated the lower class people with disdain. They soon came to be known as untouchables, which created a wide gap between these two sections of people in all aspects.
The deprived sections of the society were not given equal right and opportunities. It is only after Independence, that the constitution has given importance to the deprived sections by introducing reservation for them. This is a boon for the weaker sections as it gives them the opportunity to excel in the fields of education and get their desired jobs.
Getting a seat in a professional college is not easy. A sound financial stability is needed to join the coaching institutes and to get good books and material. The people belonging to the deprived sections lack this monetary support. India is still considered as one of the developing nations. In order to make India a developed country, the weaker and the marginalised communities need to be raised. If all sections of society contribute towards the development of the society, only then a country can progress.