At what percentile NC OBC's are getting calls from IIMs
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One of its kind, 'The 10% reservation bill' recently found its space in the Constitution of India with 124th amendment.
Many analysts and politicians claim it to be a masterstroke by the NDA Government as a pre-election gimmick, while others believe it to be a flop show.
Has meritocracy been dealt with another blow to promote mediocrity?
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What's the income limit for ncobc? Does it depend on individual income or parents income. Pls suggest puys
i come under the state level nc-obc list but not the central. can i still apply for cat under nc-obc category? or should i go with general?
Do IIMs take jains into consideration for the seat reserve for OBCs
I belong to the NC-OBC layer. But I'm facing difficulty in getting my NC-OBC certificate from the Tashildar Office of my area and they are deliberately delaying the process citing various reasons. I just want to know if we are allowed to get the NC-OBC certificate from any other Tashildar of equivalent rank from the neighbouring area. Any information on this would be most helpful.
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