Selection processes is a kind of elimination process, HR Management

In the present-day Indian context most of the selection processes are virtually a kind of elimination process only. Do you agree or not? Give reasons. 

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In the present-day Indian context most of the selection processes are virtually a kind of elimination process only. Do you agree or not? Give reasons.