The HCs Hindu’s. no doubt due to

The study “Socioeconomic
exclusion of SCs: A study of Rural Fatahabad Block, Haryana” has explored  particularly SCs experiences of social
exclusion and empowerment. This study trys to solves  particularely three research questions; what
is the concept of social exclusion, which factors of social exclusion affecting
the most to SCs and how empowerment influences social exclusion.    This
thesis highlights the fact that in society  still caste system and notion of purity
prevails or SCs are still trated as infriior in society by the HCs Hindus. SCs are
faceing exclusion and discrimination in the society. Sociocioeconomic resources
of the society and economy are controlled by HCs Hindu’s. no doubt due to
affirmative axction somehow position of the SCs improves but the expected
results yet not achieved.   Finding of the study demonstrates that  SCs people are still expricing social
exclusion in various forms. Empowerment has significant influence on social
exclusion but due to the because the empowerment policies are not target
arounded on social exclusion so the expected results were not achieved. the
most responsible factor of Social exclusion are; labor market, social
relations, social environment, banking and finance, public utilities,
participation and poverty. this study found that  SCs have limited choice and face
discrimination and exclusion in education, health, and the labour market and other
socioeconomic sphere of the society and economy.

               Therefore, I can conclude that   because
of lower caste, high poverty ,  high unemployment,
high illiteracy, malnutrition, superstitions erc. which pushes them into
marginalized, inferior and vulnerable positions at the  societal levels.  Thease problem accelerate to aech other and helps
to become the SCs socioeconomic life more serious. It can, in fact, be argued
that exclusion in school, health job market, public services, living
deprivation , social relations etc. the multidimensional exclusionary processes
restrict SCs capacity at the personal, socio-cultural, political and economic
levels, which negatively impacts on their individual and community well being. So
apart from the development issue , social exclusion of the SCs is also a human
right issue. caste system assigns unequal distribution of resources and rights
in society. Lower caste people are deprived from the ownership of resources and
they have no rights compared to HCs  at
the wider societal level.  In fact, from
some participants identifies that the notion of social exclusion were new to
them although they all are aware about the caste based discrimination.

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This
study acknowledges that the Government  policies should be targeted on social
exclusion. Social exclusion concpt is a phenomenon whish is comprises from
bundeled of problems of a particular group. Because SCs considered as lowest in
socity they are deprived and excluded from the mainstream of the society. It
can be argued that the equality provision (Articles 35 and 28, see Appendix 3) of the   Constitution ensures   equality in the public sphere for all
citizens, but this is the fact proven from the different studies that it does
not experienced at the socital and 
economic level or grassroot  level.
It is, in fact, the caste rules that often restricts SCs participation in the
public sphere, either directly or indirectly. This indicates that it is not
enough just to say there are policies and services to enhance the inclusiveness
of SCs in development.   it is important to improve their capabilities
for individual and community level. Empowerment policies should be targeted to
address the problem of social exclusion an they hve the nature of the easy
accessibility and should be capable for a local man that he can easily
understand its detail and his rights.

Finally,
I conclude that the processes of social exclusion is a relational term and need
to be addressed in the development process so that al around development of the
all individual can become possible and nation or society can abstain from voilance,
crime, poverty, inequalityand other eviils or alternatively can be say that
social exclusion cannot became the cause of distruction rather than developmnt.
I hope this thesis will encourage researchers and academics studying social
exclusion-based policy research in India.