The irony was that the accused supervised the case as the manager himself was involved in the discrimination. The consequence of this wrong doing was felt by the victim during the whole enquiry as he felt that the manager constantly pushed the focus away from the actual issues. The committee report didn’t bother about the satisfaction of the victim, it was more of a formality. The case described above is a good example of not only how caste discrimination is still prevalent in India but also how it has changed its form. The cases of caste based discrimination are now not easy to be identified and can be easily manipulated to look rational.
On the other hand, in public view, it feels soothing to give responsibility to one mind. People mostly do not stand for taking responsibilities in serious times. Also, opponents of autocratic leadership claim that everyone has right to share ideas. They argue that autocracy obstructs to birm of better ideas and further, the ones who disagree with their leader gets pushed out. However, those arguments are mostly irrational.
Population, people, human, individuals take your pick. They are more than often forgotten in the theories of amelioration. Improvement programs regarding different fields, such as political suggestions many times do not see the root of the problem. For the root itself may not be one, instead plenty. Amartya Sen educated the world on the misunderstood interpretation of poverty, that one can not only look at the economic welfare.
They believed that products had gained some publicity and once faded out, it will give rise to competitors and hence will be difficult to re-introduce. The board of Problematic was also pressurized by other companies in India in which Problematic had substantial investments (in terms of shares), such companies believing that loss to Problematic is affecting the goodwill of the group as a whole and hence causing losses to these other companies of which, Problematic was a substantial shareholder. Considering the above circumstances and dissent within the board
Similarly, caste system is emphasized so much that it creates conflicts between two different castes. Besides, there are many rituals in the Indian society. The reduce anxiety, like other ‘given’ ways of doing things provided by tradition and society. Rituals help in the smooth functioning of a system or an organisation, and reduce anxiety and tension relating to new situations. They also prevent the development of the exercise of discretion and the power of decision-making in situations of uncertainty.
It is not feasible to utilize it as a standalone system of evaluation in light of its weaknesses. It is just a section in the development process and not the entire development process. It was likewise discovered that the system is not being utilized legitimately as its significance is not properly seen by the organizations yet in the event that it gets into the psyche of individuals appropriately and if handled appropriately then it can really lead to the change of organizations as well as individuals performance and it can reshape the internal and external communication. Active cooperation of every last one of sources can have a lot of effect. Like any other innovation, 360 degree feedback is as good as the individuals who are operating it.
However, there is profound inconsistency within the judiciary itself in developing appropriate standards of review for addressing these employment related issues like confidentiality and non-solicitation. This paper is an attempt to elucidate one major issue resulting in disputes arising in an employment relationship. This issue is the enforceability of restrictive covenants in an employment contract in India. With the opening up of Indian economy and increasing competition, employment opportunities have grown tremendously. The employers are making all possible efforts to tie their employees to continue to serve in the organization and in case an employee leaves, he is still bound by certain covenants.
Some of the recent developments have taken the air out of BJP's confidence to implement its social engineering formula. The trouble for BJP started on July 15 when the Congress declared Sheila Dikshit as its Chief Ministerial candidate in the state. It posed a serious challenge to BJP's hold over the influential Brahmin vote bank. Although, age is not on former Delhi Chief Minister's side. Yet, political observers believe the Congress has taken a lead among Brahmins with this declaration.
When asked why caste is still prevalent deeply even in 21st century, he said, “Some people don’t want to let caste die because it is useful for them in so many ways. It is out of their selfish interest. You can’t see a casteless society. It may take more than 200 years to be possible.” He also regretted that media ignores lot of issues created by caste fearing that they would get into trouble. “We get hope only by hearing media students like you speaking about caste.
According to Nehru, caste IS an 'anachronism and objectionable '. K. Santhanam wanted India 'to get out of the medievalism based on birth, religion custom, and community and reconstruct her social structure on modem foundations of law individual merit, and secular education. ' On the other hand, Mahatma Gandhi, Vallabhbhai Patel, Rajendra Prasad, K. M. Munshi and others did not favour the abolition of the caste system. Their differences came to surface in the drafting of Article 17 regarding the abolition of untouchability draft with the following provision 'Any