Problems of tribal development

a case study, Harsul Block, Nasik District (Maharashtra)
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Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics , Poona
Tribes -- India -- Nasik (District), Nasik (India : District) -- Rural condi


Nasik (India : District), India, Nasik (Dist

Statement[by] M. G. Kulkarni.
SeriesGokhale Institute mimeograph series no. 3
LC ClassificationsHN690.N35 K8
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 234 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4923023M
LC Control Number76272655

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Problems of tribal communities Issues of tribal development, integration and autonomy have confronted the Indian society right from the British rule in India. Complexity of Indian tribal population made the task of integration and autonomy even difficult.

The tribal sub-plan has been introduced to combat problems of famine, drought, illiteracy, indebtedness, exploitation, etc., by taking up special schemes for the development of tribal areas. A study of the impact of the decentralisation of Minor Forest Produce (MFP) trade on the tribals of Jharkhand shows that the dominant causality is economic.

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Maharashtra S D Kulkarani This paper pruvides a broad profile of the tribal population in rural Maharashtra, specifically in the rural areas of Dhule, Thana, Nasik and Chandrapur districts, and lays down the principles thai should guide any official or voluntary.

There are many tribal in our country who have successfully adapted to the changing pace of modern times. Still those who continued to live in rural areas or remote areas could not access the benefits of technological development.

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Education and health problems in tribal development: a study of national integration. [Kanchan Roy; Ranchi University. Centre for Advance Study in Anthropology.; Institute of Bio-Social Research (Calcutta, India);] -- Papers presented at the Seminar on National Integration and Tribal Development, held at Ranchi on 12th October Though tribal literacy rate in Mizoram is per cent and in Nagaland, Sikkim and Kerala it is between 57 per cent and 61 per cent, lack of literacy among tribal people has been identified as a major development problem.

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Approaches to the Tribal Problems. The book contains case studies of little-known movements such as Dalitism in Jharkhand and the Kamatpur movement in Bengal. Providing a compact yet comprehensive account of the tribal experience of development in India, the contributors examine all the major issues affecting India's tribal population, including: The search for political autonomy.

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A review of the tribal developlnent programmes of the first six five year plans show that tribal development programmes in lndia have been marked by two broad approaches such as: I. Cornmu~l~ty npp~oncll at Block level 2.

Among India’s ‘people at the periphery’ are its tribals. Development planning in India has attempted to foster their social and economic empowerment by focusing on food security, health, education, employment and income generation.

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Since independence, the Government of India has undertaken several initiatives with the objective of developing tribal areas in the country. This book presents a review of policy and assesses its impact, if any, on the socioeconomic status of the tribal population.

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1 Introduction The Constitution of India has provided many privileges to the scheduled tribes considering their complex problems in terms of geographical isolation, socio-economic backwardness. Raja, Ratnam, B. (), “Impact of institutional credit on socioeconomic development of tribal: A study of Khammam district in Andhra Pradesh”, Journal of Rural Development, Vol.

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POLICIES AND PROGRAMMES FOR TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA According to 1 census % ofpersons belong to Scheduled Tribe (ST) in different States and Union Territories excluding Assam, Jammu and Kashmir. This constitute % of the total population.

The percentage of Scheduled Tribe population has marginally increased from 7. ciety, Member, Editorial Board, Culture and Psychology. Raha has been elected as the President, Anthrolopogy and Archaeology Section of 83rd Indian Science Congress ().About The Book: In This Voluminous Work, Eminent Scholars And Anthropologists Have Critically Dealt With Various Problems The Inhabitants Of Tribal India Encounter In Their Day To Day Life.

"Glimpses on Tribal Development contains twelve selected contributions of eminent authors relating to various issues and problems of tribals alongwith policy options. The role of financial institutions, cooperatives in mitigating the tribal economic problems, the impact of development plans, land reforms, poverty amelioration schemes analysis.

In this backdrop, this book examines the problems of tribal development in Manipur and explores unrest problems associated with the tribal development process in the State for a larger audience.

This book will be a tool of great value addition to previous studies.Literacy is an important indicator of development among tribal groups. The trend of literacy of tribes in India from to is shown in table – 3. The percentage of literacy of tribes was only per cent in which has increased to per cent in But female literacy of .The Development Administration in the Tribal areas has its own problems.

However, before the problems and strategies used for Development Administration in the Tribal areas are discussed, it is worthwhile to have an idea about the ‘Tribes’ itself. Winicks’ Dictionary of Anthropology has defined ‘Tribes’ as a .