Author: Jhon K ThomasEditor(s): Jhon K ThomasPublisher: Isha BooksYear: 2005Language: EnglishPages: 608ISBN/UPC (if available): 8182052068
Though the state of Indian tribals is not that bad as it exists even in the United State of America where the native Indians are forced to live in earmarked geographical space. In India even in the predominant tribal states like Jharkhand tribals and the rest live in peace and harmony. But the fact of the matter is that somehow tribals haven’t been able to take full advantage of the progress and growth primarily because of the political indifference and lack of leadership from their own community. This book shows some light at the end of tunnel.
VOLUME 1STATUS OF TRIBALS IN INDIAPREFACE1. Tribes of India2. Education Status of Tribals3. Health Status of Tribals4. Status of Tribal Women5. Discrimination against Tribals6. Defending Social Issues7. National Policy for the Development of Scheduled Tribes8. Programmes and Policies for Tribal WelfareBibliographyIndexVolume 2Empowerment and Protection of the Rights of TribalsPreface1. Living Conditions of Tribals2. Burning Issues of Tribals3. Tribals and Environmental Issues4. Protection of the Rights of Tribals5. Tribal Development in India6. Empowerment of Tribals7. Educational Programmes for Tribal Development8. Tribals and Developmental ProjectsBIBLIOGRAPHYINDEX