Indian Social System Essay

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UCTION The Indian social system has structured on the basis of different background such as caste, religion, socio-economic status, labour and so on. Also it is noted that, a large number of population were living in India, but all of the time everyone did not get freedom, equality, education, economic growth and even daily needs in this society. In this context it is witnessed that some group of people are alive in saddest situation when compare them with others they are known as‘Scheduled Caste’ or ‘Dalit’ orthe ‘Oppressed’ and ‘Scheduled Tribes’ or ‘Soshits’ or ‘Exploited’. Currently, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes population are living nearly around 16.5 percent and 7.5 percent respectively in all over the India.These people were…show more content…
For example, Goel & Deshpande (2016) reported that people’s caste identity influence and shapes their perception of self-worth like, lower-ranked groups perceives and think only lower level jobs and lower level of income…show more content…
Generally, it is known for one of the mediating factor for individuals’ goal achievements. It has been defined and explained by the researcher in different manner. In the way, self-esteem is refers to be ‘the individual’s overall evaluation about the self which include both positive and negative dimension of the self’ (Baron & Byrne, 1991; Rosenberg, 1990; Joshi & Srivastava, 2009). It is predominately influence the individual’s life in all the domains and it play a vital role individual’s all the life challenges and place the value for them as a person in the society. In the way, Nathaniel (1992) defined self-esteem is “the disposition toexperience oneself as competent to cope withthe basic challenges of life and as worthy ofhappiness”. Some previous research studies on self-esteem indicate that it is merely associated with individual’s stress, anxiety, depression, motivation, happiness and their general life satisfaction (Harter, 1986, Rosenberg, 1986). Also, it is categorized into two categories such as, high and low self-esteem (Rosenberg, 1965). Higher the self-esteem tend to meet all the achievement of the individual’s life, whereas low level of self-esteem associated with many psychological problems like stress, anxiety, depression, neuroticism. Ittends to invite higher level of procrastinating and minimize the consequence of risk taking behaviour and even negatively
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