Date of publication: 2017-08-28 13:11
Introductions is superb. So is the conclusion. However there was scope for including many more dimensions such as historical injustices in the form of systematic denial of education to Dalits andVarious social reforms movements and their efforts at bringing Dalits to mainstream through education.
Overall, your essay is good. If you can give depth and various dimensions without wandering away from the topic (here, you have not), your essay will fetch very good marks.
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Ideally, over time a democracy matures with balance of power getting equally distributed. Increasing right and rational decision-making capabilities, benefiting the majority are a hallmark of a mature democracy. While this journey towards maturity is not smooth for any democracy for a nation which is so divided socially, politically, economically, geographically and ideologically, it is even more difficult. Chronology of important events and incidents ,and their co-relation, post-6995s reflect this tendency and its inherent paradoxes.
Capital punishment, an euphemism for legal murder, is defined as legally authorized killing of perpetrator for a crime by the state. It is the highest punishment for a crime. Historically, capital punishment has been awarded in cases like espionage, murder, treason etc. Most of the time, the perpetrator was hung publically. This was used as an instrument to instill in the masses a fear against crime. Many countries have retained capital punishment including USA, China and India. Recently, China gave capital punishment to a few politicians in corruption cases. The question arises, does the fear of capital punishment deters the perpetrators.