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National Study on Socio-Economic Condition of Muslims in India
National Study on Socio-Economic Condition of Muslims in India

National Study on Socio-Economic Condition of Muslims in India

by Jimmy Dabhi

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Product ID:18994

Language

English

Publisher

Indian Social Institute

ISBN

8189762044 - Year: 2006 - Pages: 168

Binding

Paperback

Jimmy Dabhi

Author: Jimmy Dabhi
Publisher: Indian Social Institute
Year: 2006
Language: English
Pages: 168
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8189762044

Description

It gives us immense pleasure to present the Report of the National study on socio-economic condition of Muslims in India.

The Prime Minister set up a high level committee in 2005 headed by Justice Rajinder Sachar to study the situation of Muslims and come out with a comprehensive report. The study presented here was taken up to furnish the data and information to the High Level Committee and also to mobilize and bring together social activists, interested individuals, civil society groups and members of Muslim community to develop strategies and plans for action for engagement with the Muslim community towards their development concerns.

This Study has been made possible through cooperation, collaboration and contribution by several people at the grassroots, civil society organizations including research and development organizations, members and leaders from various religious communities and localities, academicians, professionals, activists and ordinary citizens. We would like to thank all of them for their valuable contribution in terms of their involvement, their time and energy at various stages of this Study.

The Study was a collective effort by the people, with the people and for the people, and we hope that it will add to and further generate action-reflection in society at large. The plight of any one of the communities in India is not the plight of that particular community; the responsibility of working towards human development of the community does not lie with the community alone but with all of us. If this is not the case then let us not call ourselves Indians and global citizens.

Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

FOREWORD

CHAPTER 1
National Study on the Socio-Economic and Educational Condition of the Muslims in India

CHAPTER 2
A General Profile of Indian Muslims-Literature Study

CHAPTER 3
Focus Group Discussions

CHAPTER 4
Findings of the Survey:
Part I: Muslims in Urban India
Part II: Muslims in Rural India

CHAPTER 5
Ghettoisation of Muslims: Trends and Consequences

CHAPTER 6
Conclusions and Recommendations

APPENDICES

QUESTIONNAIRES

COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

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