A draft Constitutional Amendment Bill to set right Article 30. Yes, I live in la la land.
Please read this previous related piece on the National Eligibility Test (NET) for context. In order to become an Assistant Professor or a Junior Research Fellow in any of our Universities or Colleges, an individual MUST *qualify* in the NET. Even the IITs must consider the NET in order to recruit Professors. Structure of NET... Continue Reading →
Thanks to @realitycheckind on Twitter, the topic of the recent notification by UGC on the issue of cut-off percentages for "Qualifying" in the National Eligibility Test came up. This test allows candidates to apply for the posts of Assistant Professor and/or Junior Research Fellowship in various Universities and Colleges in the country I am sincerely hoping... Continue Reading →
An attempt to raise some questions on the nature of Article 15(5) brought in by the 93rd amendment. Some of the questions may have already been raised, argued and answered already. A little repetition doesn't harm, IMHO 🙂 Article 15(5) Nothing in this article or in sub-clause (g) of clause (1) of article 19 shall... Continue Reading →