Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) should be exempted from caste reservations for faculty appointments as they are institutes of national importance, proposes an expert panel appointed to recommend measures to better implement reservations at IITs.
In a report submitted to Rakesh Ranjan, additional secretary, department of higher education, Ministry of Education (MoE), on July 17, the committee proposed that the institutes be included in the list of ‘Institutes of Excellence’ which are exempted from caste-based reservations according to the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Teachers’ Cadre) Act (CEI Act) of 2019. The committee report, a copy of which has been accessed by HT, was recently released following a right to information (RTI) plea filed by an activist in Uttar Pradesh.
The eight-member committee was formed by the MoE in April to suggest measures for effective implementation of reservation rules in admission and faculty selection at IITs. V Ramgopal Rao, director IIT-Delhi and chairperson of the committee, said the report was final and refused to comment further. “It has been submitted to the ministry,” he said.
Q. Which of the following is NOT true regarding reservation in India?
  • a)
    Part XV of the constitution deals with reservation of SC and ST in centre and state legislatures.
  • b)
    Supreme Court, in the Indira Sawhney case held that the beneficiaries of the reservation should not exceed 50% of the total population.
  • c)
    Recently, the constitution, through the 103rd Amendment Act of 2019, included 10% reservation for economically backward.
  • d)
    None of the above.
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This discussion on Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) should be exempted from caste reservations for faculty appointments as they are institutes of national importance, proposes an expert panel appointed to recommend measures to better implement reservations at IITs.In a report submitted to Rakesh Ranjan, additional secretary, department of higher education, Ministry of Education (MoE), on July 17, the committee proposed that the institutes be included in the list of ‘Institutes of Excellence’ which are exempted from caste-based reservations according to the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Teachers’ Cadre) Act (CEI Act) of 2019. The committee report, a copy of which has been accessed by HT, was recently released following a right to information (RTI) plea filed by an activist in Uttar Pradesh.The eight-member committee was formed by the MoE in April to suggest measures for effective implementation of reservation rules in admission and faculty selection at IITs. V Ramgopal Rao, director IIT-Delhi and chairperson of the committee, said the report was final and refused to comment further. “It has been submitted to the ministry,” he said.Q. Which of the following is NOT true regarding reservation in India?a)Part XV of the constitution deals with reservation of SC and ST in centre and state legislatures.b)Supreme Court, in the Indira Sawhney case held that the beneficiaries of the reservation should not exceed 50% of the total population.c)Recently, the constitution, through the 103rd Amendment Act of 2019, included 10% reservation for economically backward.d)None of the above.Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer? is done on EduRev Study Group by CLAT Students. The Questions and Answers of Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) should be exempted from caste reservations for faculty appointments as they are institutes of national importance, proposes an expert panel appointed to recommend measures to better implement reservations at IITs.In a report submitted to Rakesh Ranjan, additional secretary, department of higher education, Ministry of Education (MoE), on July 17, the committee proposed that the institutes be included in the list of ‘Institutes of Excellence’ which are exempted from caste-based reservations according to the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Teachers’ Cadre) Act (CEI Act) of 2019. The committee report, a copy of which has been accessed by HT, was recently released following a right to information (RTI) plea filed by an activist in Uttar Pradesh.The eight-member committee was formed by the MoE in April to suggest measures for effective implementation of reservation rules in admission and faculty selection at IITs. V Ramgopal Rao, director IIT-Delhi and chairperson of the committee, said the report was final and refused to comment further. “It has been submitted to the ministry,” he said.Q. Which of the following is NOT true regarding reservation in India?a)Part XV of the constitution deals with reservation of SC and ST in centre and state legislatures.b)Supreme Court, in the Indira Sawhney case held that the beneficiaries of the reservation should not exceed 50% of the total population.c)Recently, the constitution, through the 103rd Amendment Act of 2019, included 10% reservation for economically backward.d)None of the above.Correct answer is option 'A'. 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The committee report, a copy of which has been accessed by HT, was recently released following a right to information (RTI) plea filed by an activist in Uttar Pradesh.The eight-member committee was formed by the MoE in April to suggest measures for effective implementation of reservation rules in admission and faculty selection at IITs. V Ramgopal Rao, director IIT-Delhi and chairperson of the committee, said the report was final and refused to comment further. “It has been submitted to the ministry,” he said.Q. Which of the following is NOT true regarding reservation in India?a)Part XV of the constitution deals with reservation of SC and ST in centre and state legislatures.b)Supreme Court, in the Indira Sawhney case held that the beneficiaries of the reservation should not exceed 50% of the total population.c)Recently, the constitution, through the 103rd Amendment Act of 2019, included 10% reservation for economically backward.d)None of the above.Correct answer is option 'A'. 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This discussion on Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) should be exempted from caste reservations for faculty appointments as they are institutes of national importance, proposes an expert panel appointed to recommend measures to better implement reservations at IITs.In a report submitted to Rakesh Ranjan, additional secretary, department of higher education, Ministry of Education (MoE), on July 17, the committee proposed that the institutes be included in the list of ‘Institutes of Excellence’ which are exempted from caste-based reservations according to the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Teachers’ Cadre) Act (CEI Act) of 2019. The committee report, a copy of which has been accessed by HT, was recently released following a right to information (RTI) plea filed by an activist in Uttar Pradesh.The eight-member committee was formed by the MoE in April to suggest measures for effective implementation of reservation rules in admission and faculty selection at IITs. V Ramgopal Rao, director IIT-Delhi and chairperson of the committee, said the report was final and refused to comment further. “It has been submitted to the ministry,” he said.Q. Which of the following is NOT true regarding reservation in India?a)Part XV of the constitution deals with reservation of SC and ST in centre and state legislatures.b)Supreme Court, in the Indira Sawhney case held that the beneficiaries of the reservation should not exceed 50% of the total population.c)Recently, the constitution, through the 103rd Amendment Act of 2019, included 10% reservation for economically backward.d)None of the above.Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer? is done on EduRev Study Group by CLAT Students. The Questions and Answers of Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) should be exempted from caste reservations for faculty appointments as they are institutes of national importance, proposes an expert panel appointed to recommend measures to better implement reservations at IITs.In a report submitted to Rakesh Ranjan, additional secretary, department of higher education, Ministry of Education (MoE), on July 17, the committee proposed that the institutes be included in the list of ‘Institutes of Excellence’ which are exempted from caste-based reservations according to the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Teachers’ Cadre) Act (CEI Act) of 2019. The committee report, a copy of which has been accessed by HT, was recently released following a right to information (RTI) plea filed by an activist in Uttar Pradesh.The eight-member committee was formed by the MoE in April to suggest measures for effective implementation of reservation rules in admission and faculty selection at IITs. V Ramgopal Rao, director IIT-Delhi and chairperson of the committee, said the report was final and refused to comment further. “It has been submitted to the ministry,” he said.Q. Which of the following is NOT true regarding reservation in India?a)Part XV of the constitution deals with reservation of SC and ST in centre and state legislatures.b)Supreme Court, in the Indira Sawhney case held that the beneficiaries of the reservation should not exceed 50% of the total population.c)Recently, the constitution, through the 103rd Amendment Act of 2019, included 10% reservation for economically backward.d)None of the above.Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer? are solved by group of students and teacher of CLAT, which is also the largest student community of CLAT. If the answer is not available please wait for a while and a community member will probably answer this soon. You can study other questions, MCQs, videos and tests for CLAT on EduRev and even discuss your questions like Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) should be exempted from caste reservations for faculty appointments as they are institutes of national importance, proposes an expert panel appointed to recommend measures to better implement reservations at IITs.In a report submitted to Rakesh Ranjan, additional secretary, department of higher education, Ministry of Education (MoE), on July 17, the committee proposed that the institutes be included in the list of ‘Institutes of Excellence’ which are exempted from caste-based reservations according to the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Teachers’ Cadre) Act (CEI Act) of 2019. The committee report, a copy of which has been accessed by HT, was recently released following a right to information (RTI) plea filed by an activist in Uttar Pradesh.The eight-member committee was formed by the MoE in April to suggest measures for effective implementation of reservation rules in admission and faculty selection at IITs. V Ramgopal Rao, director IIT-Delhi and chairperson of the committee, said the report was final and refused to comment further. “It has been submitted to the ministry,” he said.Q. Which of the following is NOT true regarding reservation in India?a)Part XV of the constitution deals with reservation of SC and ST in centre and state legislatures.b)Supreme Court, in the Indira Sawhney case held that the beneficiaries of the reservation should not exceed 50% of the total population.c)Recently, the constitution, through the 103rd Amendment Act of 2019, included 10% reservation for economically backward.d)None of the above.Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer? over here on EduRev! Apart from being the largest CLAT community, EduRev has the largest solved Question bank for CLAT.