The Supreme Court on November 7 upheld the validity of the 103 constitutional amendment providing 10 per cent reservation to people belonging to economically weaker sections (EWS) in admissions and government jobs with 3:2 split verdict. Earlier those who were from the upper or forward castes like Rajputs and Pandits were not eligible for any sort of reservation, no matter what their social standing. But, now that’s about to change. Watch the video to know all about EWS quota and how it may help the people from General Category to find jobs if their family’s income is less than 8 lakhs per annum.
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Explained: What is 10% EWS quota that Supreme Court upheld for 'Economically Weaker Sections' – Times of India