viii, 240 p; 2018
Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN-13/ EAN: 978-93-88121-27-9(Hardbound)
ISBN-10: 93-88121-27-9 (Hardbound) INR 1550.00
LC Subject heading:-
1. Tribes–Government policy–India.
About the Book:
Any development process in India should begin with the schemes/programmes meant for scheduled tribes (STs) and scheduled castes (SCs), as these are the most disadvantaged and neglected people in the society. These are the people who are economically backward and oppressed by the landlords and rural gentry over a period of time. Therefore, there is a need for sincere efforts on the part of the government to help improve the quality of life of STs and SCs. The programme manacle by involving Community-based Organisations, Tribal Development Society, Programme Management Unit, District Programme Implementation Units, Non-Governmental Organisations, and relevant line agencies belonging to the government of both States. At the village level, the Gram Sabha (GS) is the basic unit for planning, co-ordinating and monitoring programme activities. The development of the tribal population in India has been a major concern of the government, voluntary agencies, NGOs, social reformers, social scientists etc. But even after five decades we are no nearer to the solution of the problem. Rather, things appear to be more muddled than before. Schemes after schemes have been conceived and implemented. Most of them have failed. In most cases the tribal life has worsened. This book elaborately discusses all relevant issues in comprehensive way of Tribal Welfare and Environment Development and the subject matter in a concise and an intelligible form, keeping in view the needs of the average student, researcher and teacher.
About the Author:-
Dr. R.N. Aggrawal, M.A., Ph.D., teaching at Savitri Devi College of Arts and Science for last twelve years. He joined the college in 2007. He possesses intense command over the subject. He has organized several work shops on educational system and attended many seminars and conferences
Preface • Introduction Tribal Sub-Plan; Tribal Development in India: What Went Wrong?; Special Central Assistance to Tribal Sub Plan; Tribal Development : Imperatives and Compulsions; Improvement in the Quality of Life; Tribal Development Some Issues; Forest Policy and Tribal Development; Development Programs and Forest Dwellers; Indian Forest Law and Policy; Indigenous Land Rights in Forest Areas: Forcible Resettlement • Rural Tribal Development Tribal Development Society; Chhattisgarh Tribal Development Programme; Grass-root Empowerment And Technical Capacity Building Component; WADI Development; Tribal Population of Madhya Pradesh; Household Typology, Perceptions And Priorities; Vocational Training Centres in Tribal Areas; Scheduled Tribes; Scheduled Tribes In The Study Area • Urbanisation on Tribal Development • Introduction; NGOs and Tribal Development in India; Issues of Tribal Development; Education of the Tribal Girls in Orissa ; Aboriginal Groups in India; Adivasi Contributions to Indian Culture and Civilization; Tribal Life of India; Calculating Tribal Life with Cultural Style Socio-Economic Development of Tribes • Overview Of Socio-economic Situation Of The Tribal Communities; Economic Conditions; Livelihood Systems In The Study Area; Social And Economic Status Of Tribal Women; Gender Roles, Knowledge And Taboos In Agriculture; Integrated Tribal Development Projects/Agencies (ITDPs/ITDAs); Evaluation; Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Hostels for ST boys and ST Girls • Tribal Rights and Decentralized Government • Panchayati Raj in the Scheduled Areas in India and Madhya Pradesh; Reservation and Election – Madhya Pradesh; Relations Between Tribes and Government; The Anathema of State Legislative Incompetenc • Legal Provisions for the Welfare of Tribals • Legal Provisions for the Upliftment of Tribals; Different Groups of Tribals ; Superstition Behind Human Sacrifice in Northeastern Indian Tribes; National Commission for Scheduled Tribes; Human Sacrifice in Ancient and Tribal India • Tribal Women Empowerment • Indian Tribal Women; Supporting Women’s Organisations; Rural Poverty And The Status Of Women At National Level; Review of the Year 2010 : Empowerment of Scheduled Tribes in India; Tribal Women Empowerment: Multiple Impediments ; Political Empowerment and Tribal women of Manipur; On Measuring Tribal Women Empowerment; Problem and Motivation; Approach Followed; Method Developed; Vaiphei Women and Vaiphei Polity • Cultural Pluralism, National Identity and Development • Indian Tribes; The Indian Case; Culture; Community; The East Indian Culture in a Caribbean Context • Bibliography • Index
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