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In the final analysis (A complicated picture) the author chose to exclude her observation of how dalits are making use of educational opportunities. Education is the most important aspect of a person's life. How many of educated dalits would you find in menial jobs like toilet cleaning? May be, none. The biggest benefit out of RGIT for the Dalits of the village is the door (Education) to the future. Their situation may not have improved in the short run, but definitely in the longer run as the children educate themselves, their lives will improve. De bonding Dalits, who don't own land, from low level agricultural jobs should be the focus because beyond everything else it will remove them from the clutches of land owning so called upper castes.

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16/12/2015 23:21:51

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