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Tuesday, 15 January 2013

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Power of Brahmins

Khushwant Singh

I have a consuming interest in castes without having the slightest bit of prejudice for or against any of them.

Whenever I am in a conference, seminar or a social function, I count how many of the most important belong to what castes. It has never been more than a matter of curiosity. But one conclusion is inevitable: Whatever be the sphere of curiosity-literary, scientific, bureaucratic or whatever-the Brahmin remains the top dog. It may be ethnic, or it may be the result of several generations of learning of which they held the monopoly till the last century, or both combined. Before I give details, we should bear in mind that Brahmins form no more than 3.5% OF THE POPULATION OF OUR COUNTRY.

My statistics come from a pen friend, Brother Stanny, of St. Anne's Church of Dhule in Maharashtra. He has compiled figures of different castes in government employment during British rule in 1935 and as they were 35 years after Independence in 1982. During british rule, the largest proportion of government jobs (40%) were held by Kayasthas. Today their figure has dropped to 7%. Next came the Muslims who were given special privileges by the British. They had 35% jobs in 1953, in free India their representation has dropped to 7%. Christians likewise favoured by the English had 15%; their figure has dropped to 1%. Scheduled castes, tribes and backward classes, who had hardly any government jobs, have achieved a representation of 9% but the most striking contrast is in the employment of Brahmins. Under the British they had 3% fractionally less than the proportion of their population; today they hold as much as 70% of government jobs.

I presume the figure refers only to gazetted posts. In the senior echelons of the civil service from the rank of deputy secretaries upwards, out of 500 there are 310 Brahmins, i.e. 63% of the 26 state chief secretaries, 19 are Brahmins of the 27 Governors and Lt. Governors 13 are Brahmins; of the 16 Supreme Court judges, 9 are Brahmins; of the 330 judges of the High Courts, 166 are Brahmins; of 140 ambassadors, 58 are Brahmins; of 98 vice-chancellors 50 are brahmins; of 438 district magistrates, 250 are Brahmins; of the total of 3,300 IAS officers, 2,376 are Brahmins. They do equally well in electoral posts; of the 53 Lok Sabha members, 190 are Brahmins, of 244 in the Rajya sabha, 89 are Brahmins.

These statistics clearly prove that this 3.5% of Brahmin community of India holds between 36 to 63% of all the plum jobs available in the country. How this has come about I don't know. But I can scarcely believe that it is entirely due to the Brahmin's higher I.Q.
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