|Statement||B.K. Roy Burman.|
|Series||RGICS project ;, no. 13|
|Contributions||Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 96/60372 (G)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||96905664|
Get this from a library! Tribal situation in India: issues and development. [Vidyuta Joshī; Chandrakant Upadhyaya; Gujarat Vidyapith. Tribal Research and Training Institute,;] -- Papers presented at the Regional Seminar on 'Issues and Development of Tribal Communities in Western India', August , organised at Tribal Research and Training Institute, . The nature of tribal development as well as nature of tribal studies is changing. The book tries to capture the new trend in tribal development. This book is an outcome of a seminar on ‘Issues and Development of Tribal Community of Western India’ organised at Tribal Research and Training Institute, Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad. In the Belly of the River puts forward three very important questions: development- for whom, by whom, the kind that it is and the cost that it entails. None of the questions posed, by the author, can be answered simply. to combat the problem of poverty prevalent among the tribal communities such an unimaginative, unscientific, and unsympathetic approach to tribal problems must go. Perhaps under such realization our Minister for Education and Social Welfare, Prof. Nurul Hasan in his recent inaugural address in a conference of anthropologists in New Delhi observed.
A Study on the Livelihoods Situation Of the Tribal Communities in Raigad District of Maharashtra State Resources and Livelihoods Group, Prayas, Pune, India. January Contents eradication programs relates to the problems in the conceptual core of the mainstream approach. The major lacuna in this conceptual core, which is dominated by. 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. Ethnic tribal sub nationalism posed serious challenges and hampered the progress of the communities over the time. The cultural gap between the civilised and the tribal people is coming in the way of the assimilation and integration of the tribal people into the mainstream of the national life of India. 3. Social Problems: The tribals have their own social problems also. They are traditional . A Tribal Theology From A Tribal World -View K PA!eaz* Tribal theology in India is in the making. There are more or less three approaches to tribal world-view evident in Tribal theologians while theologising. First is the approach of contextualisation and lndigenisation represented by senior thinkers lik~ Nirmal Minz and the late Renthy Keitzer.
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. iv. A good portion of the land in tribal areas has been legally transferred to non-tribals. The book discusses theoretical and empirical anaylsis of shifting perspectives in tribal studies in India. Increases awareness and understanding on diverse aspects of contemporary tribal studies by reflecting a shift from complementary approach to obviation. Abstract: The Paper attempts to analyze the obtaining situation of tribal people in India. It mainly addresses the issue in terms of its demographic, cultural, educational and ecological aspects. Significantly, the tribal people are not only getting marginalized in socio-economic terms. Peffer, Georg and Deepak Kumar Behera Tribal Situation in India: An Introduction. In: Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies (Vol VI: Tribal Situation in India).Delhi: Concept Publishing Company. pp. ix-xvii. Shah, Alpa The Dark Side of Indigeneity: Indigenous People, Rights and Development in India. History Compass 5/6: