Education And Efforts For Social, Economic & Political Justice


  • Dr. Jogendra Kumar


BABA SAHEB has done marvel for the upliftment of the Dalits and other weaker sections of the society, But to avail the benefits, the section has to be strong. This is why BABA SAHEB had suggested to ‘unite, educated and struggle’. All the three points are essential for the upliftment of individual and the whole class. It is essential to introspect into oneself and unite. The aim is essential. Education is the essence of all progress. It provides all outlooks for struggle and future achievement. One can learn a lesson from the Life of BABA SAHEB, i.e. he struggled all over his life, he devoted his time in education and learning, and he sacrificed his life for social services without caring about personal gain. Whatever, he drafted in the constitution, it was balanced one. He provided ‘discriminatory preferences’ for the deprived classes at the same time he put no ill will for the other communities. He was a true nationalist in spirit. BABA SAHEB, provided all the means which was essential for the Dalits for their upliftment. But, the Dalit are still away from the sun bath of social justice.


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Dr. Jogendra Kumar. (2016). Education And Efforts For Social, Economic & Political Justice. Research Inspiration: An International Multidisciplinary E-Journal, 2(I), 45–67. Retrieved from