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    A recent report has found that the University of Hyderabad’s grading system is discriminatory and based on caste. The report, which was conducted by a group of scholars and activists, highlights the ways in which the university’s grading system reinforces caste-based discrimination and perpetuates inequality.

    The report argues that the university’s grading system is based on a flawed model that prioritizes certain types of knowledge and academic performance over others. This model, the report argues, is rooted in a caste-based understanding of intelligence and academic success, which privileges upper-caste students over their lower-caste counterparts.

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    The report also points to the ways in which the university’s grading system perpetuates inequality by limiting opportunities for lower-caste students to succeed academically. Lower-caste students, the report argues, are often subjected to systemic discrimination and bias that prevents them from achieving academic success, even when they are equally or more qualified than their upper-caste peers.

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    Furthermore, the report highlights the ways in which the university’s grading system perpetuates a culture of exclusion and marginalization. Lower-caste students, the report argues, are often made to feel unwelcome and unsupported in academic environments that are dominated by upper-caste students and faculty. This creates a hostile and unwelcoming environment that can be detrimental to their academic success.

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    The report concludes by calling for a complete overhaul of the university’s grading system, as well as broader efforts to address caste-based discrimination and inequality in higher education. It argues that universities must take active steps to create more inclusive and equitable academic environments that support the success of all students, regardless of their caste or background.

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    In conclusion, the report’s findings highlight the urgent need for universities to address caste-based discrimination and inequality in higher education. By acknowledging and addressing these issues, universities can create more inclusive and equitable academic environments that support the success of all students, regardless of their caste or background.

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