AMITABH KUNDU COMMITTEE REPORT PDF

According to the Kundu Committee report, Muslims continue to be left out of both government jobs and the urbanisation wave. Moreover, the basic advantages of a better sex ratio and higher birth weight have been wasted due to a lack of health facilities in areas dominated by Muslims and a high school drop-out rate. The Post Sachar Evaluation Committee, headed by Professor Kundu, was set up in August to look at the socio-economic and educational status of Muslims after the Sachar report revealed their dire conditions and the Ministry of Minority Affairs was set up to deal with it. The report evaluates conditions of Muslims on parameters such as demography, employment, livelihood, consumption, living standards, poverty, management of Wakf property and general policy issues apart from education and health. I have not read all of it, it is a very big report.

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According to the Kundu Committee report, Muslims continue to be left out of both government jobs and the urbanisation wave. Moreover, the basic advantages of a better sex ratio and higher birth weight have been wasted due to a lack of health facilities in areas dominated by Muslims and a high school drop-out rate. The Post Sachar Evaluation Committee, headed by Professor Kundu, was set up in August to look at the socio-economic and educational status of Muslims after the Sachar report revealed their dire conditions and the Ministry of Minority Affairs was set up to deal with it.

The report evaluates conditions of Muslims on parameters such as demography, employment, livelihood, consumption, living standards, poverty, management of Wakf property and general policy issues apart from education and health. I have not read all of it, it is a very big report.

We are studying it. Any decision that has to be taken on the future course of action cannot be done by any ministry individually. It has to be done on the basis of consultations with all other ministers. The committee, as it mentioned in the covering letter to the ministry, evaluated all other flagship programmes run by the ministry and also examined trends in consumption expenditure, poverty estimates, access to food and PDS, MGNREGA and Aadhaar.

The report found that schemes included under the point programme are plagued by funds shortage and Muslim areas continue to miss out on health infrastructure, as had been pointed out in the Sachar report.

School enrolments had risen since when that report came, but high drop-out rates wipe out any real developmental premium, it said. Click here to join our channel indianexpress and stay updated with the latest headlines For all the latest India News , download Indian Express App.

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AMITABH KUNDU COMMITTEE REPORT PDF

The member panel, headed by Prof Amitabh Kundu, was constituted in September, , to review the implementation of the recommendations of Sachar Committee on the social, economic and educational status of Muslims in India. The Sachar Committee had recommended implementation of diversity index-based incentive system covering all citizens to promote equality and diversity in all spheres of social and economic development. An expert group, headed by Prof Amitabh Kundu, in its report submitted in June , had recommended the constitution of a diversity commission to oversee the incentivisation of diversity both in public and private domain, particularly in education institutions, employment establishments and housing societies. The Post-Sachar Evaluation Committee reiterated this recommendation and suggested that the ambit of the diversity index should include spheres of education, employment, housing, healthcare, access to development schemes and various other sectors, and seek to provide remedies. The Kundu panel also recommended formulation and enactment of a comprehensive anti-discrimination legislation to prohibit discrimination based on disability, sex, caste, religion and other criteria. The legislation must provide a statutory definition of discrimination that specifies a legal threshold for recognizing the many ways the latter manifests itself and provides legally mandated civil remedies, it added. The committee recommended efforts, including active outreach, recruitment and scholarships, by both government and private universities to increase participation of Muslims in higher education, as well as increased access to high quality professional and technical education to help Muslim youth move to better quality employment.

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The Centre has not yet clarified whether it has accepted the recommendations of the Kundu Committee, as it later came to be known as. Najma A Heptulla file photo The entire report can be read here. Support TwoCircles Summary and Recommendations A start has been made in addressing the development deficit of the Muslim minorities during the past few decades, particularly after the acceptance of the Sachar Committee Report. The Sachar Committee had recommended implementation of Diversity Index based incentive system covering all citizens to promote equality and diversity in all spheres of social and economic development. An expert committee constituted for this purpose recommended the constitution of a Diversity Commission to oversee the incentivisation of diversity both in public and private domain, particularly in education institutions, employment establishments and housing societies.

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