One day, we may need an “Indian” quota
Courtesy my friend RealityCheck (emphasis added); please try and ignore the absurdity of the headline in (as RealityCheck so memorably puts it) “a chest thumping secular country“. From 2 more minority lists put up, cut-offs dip further by Bhavya Dore, Hindustan Times, Mumbai, June 22, 2012, this brief excerpt:
At NM College in Vile Parle, the commerce cut-off for Gujarati minority students fell from 90.91% last year to 89.64% this year.
..At Hinduja College, students who fall in the Sindhi quota will be given walk-in admissions until Friday morning. Earlier this week, cut-offs at Sathaye College in Vile Parle for the in-house quota, St Andrew’s College in Bandra for the Christian minority quota and SIES College in Sion for the South Indian minority quota registered a fall.
Previously, the Sindhi quota cut-off at Jai Hind College and the Christian quota cut-off at St Xavier’s College had also fallen.
I really don’t know whether to laugh or cry..Beyond farcical, isn’t it? I am reminded of Dividing India: one bit at a time