Diversity Climate of Organization: A Sustainable Way in India


  • Surjit Singha
  • Sivarethinamohan R


General, Schedule Cast, Schedule Tribe, Other Backward Class, Economic Backward Class


India is a nation of unity and diversity; Unity is its strength. The diversity of the workforce in an organization is managed by the rules and regulations laid down by India's Constitution. Thus, diversity in the workforce for the public sector and the government is managed by default. Allen, R. Et al. (2008) Staff diversity expectancy at the organization's management level is directly linked to organizational success views. Wambui, T. W., Wangombe, et al. (2013) Diverse workers add quality value, strong credibility, and high competitiveness. India is known for "Atithi Devo Bhava," which means You become the one who considers that Guests are equivalent to God. It has embraced many cultures and systems in its journey, and thus today, it is a multicultural and multi-ethnicity nation. India's Constitution maintains India's diversity; it has prescribed the reservation for Other Backward Class, Scheduled Tribe, Schedule Cast, EWC (Economically weaker Class, General and other minorities (Muslim, Sikh, Jain, Buddhist, Zoroastrian, Christian). This reservation is not a new formulation of India after independence. However, it exists from the British's days, the reservation had been there, and it has been carried further with some modification.




How to Cite

Surjit Singha, & Sivarethinamohan R. (2023). Diversity Climate of Organization: A Sustainable Way in India. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 2563–2568. Retrieved from https://ilkogretim-online.org/index.php/pub/article/view/4323