Sustainable Tribal Culture in India

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Pinnacle Technology, Mar 15, 2007 - Social Science
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Contents

Strategy for Development
1Tribal Peoples Perception of Developmental Activities
Data Base and Methodology
Tribal People Culture and Perception
Short List of Villages in Habited by Different Tribal Groups in Darjeeling District
Tribal Peoples Perception Towards Development Activities
Conclusion
References
Notes
References
Bottlenecks and Remedy
1 The Poor Economic Status
2 The Illiterate Family background
4 Low Level of Awareness Change Receptivity and FeltNeed of Education
1 Curriculum
2 Structural Provisions for Education

2Strategy for Planned Economic Development of Mizoram
Responses from Jharkhand
Notes
References
4Cultural Dimensions of Economic Development
Notes
References
A Critical Response
Case I
Case II
References
6Retrospecting Development Process
Natural Cycle and Human Development
Water Resource Planning and Management
Guidelines for Sustainable Water Resources Planning and Management
Conclusion
Paradox for Development
7Programmes for Support to Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development
Functions
8Decentralized Processing of Minor Forest Produce for Economic Development of Tribal Areas
Minor Forest Produce of Economic Importance
2 Forest Based Aromatic Plants
5 Pesticides Bearing Plants
8 Lac
Strategy for Decentralized Processing of MFPs
Market and Price Information
Kaanja
2 Essential Oil Processing Unit
Technology Improvement For Nontraditional Oil Seeds
Concluding Remarks
9Role of Forest Labour Cooperative Societies in Tribal Development
SocioHistorical Context of FLCS
The Gandhian Workers Enter the Scene
Emergence Growth and Development of FLCS
The Functions and Programmes of FLCS
Welfare Activities by FLCS
First Phase of FLCS 1948 to 1960
Second Phase of FLCS 1961 to 1974
Third Phase of FLCS 19751988
A Concluding View
References
A Case of Dublas Halpatis of South Gujarat Region
Their Early Background
Social Compulsions and Pressures
Urban Dublas and Their Predicament
Conclusion
References
Halpatis of South Gujarat Region
11Tribal Culture and its Influence on Resource Utilization and Management
Data Source
Tribal Culture visavis the Economy of Darjeeling
Resource Base and Resource Utilization
Management Strategies
Conclusion and Recommendation
12An Inquiry into Processes of Social and Cultural Marginalization Among Tribals of South Gujrat
I Tribals and Their Habitat
II About Tribals Living in Forest Villages
III Migration and Pauperisation
IV Struggles for Existence and Identity
V The Dam and Displacement
VI On Cultural Migration
VII Growth Polarities and Contradictions
Concluding View
Notes and References
A Tribal Community in the Rajaji National Park
Introduction
Methodology
VanGujjars of the Rajaji National Park
Ancestral History of VanGujjars
Sociocultural Profile of VanGujjars
Economie Profile of VanGujjars
Sustainability of VanGujjars with the Forest Questioned
Constraints in the Development of VanGujjars
Resettlement of the VanGujjars
Viable Solution of the Development of the VanGujjars Community
Acknowledgement
Issues and Reflections
II
III The Analytical Framework
IV Structural Aspects of Tribal Development Administration
Tribal Sub Plan The New Strategy
ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION
V Functioning of Tribal Development Administration
The SocioCultural Milieu and Tribal Development Administration
Personnel and Tribal Development Administration
Problem of Corruption and Leakages in the Delivery Process
Panchayati Raj Institutions their role in Tribal Development
3 Selection and Training of Teachers
4 Adult Education
References
16 Conditions of Rights and Concessions for Jaunsaries in Chakrata Fores Division
Legal Position
Brief Outline of Notification
JaunsarBawar A Rights Block
Concessions
Conclusion
References
Culture and Sustainabiltty
17 Culture Predominates Development
I A Brief Sociocultural History of Bawariya
II Development Strategies and Programmes Introduced
III Impact of Development Strategies and Programmes
IV Summing UpCulture and Development
References
18 Scheduled Areas
Part I
Statewise List of Scheduled Areas
III HIMACHAL PRADESH
IV MAHARASHTRA
Vasai Bassein Tahsil
Bhiwandi tahsil
Murbad Tahsil
Dindori Tahsil
Lgatpuri Tahsil
Nasik tahsil
Baglan tahsil
Sakri tahsil
Nandurbar tahsil
Shahada tahsil
Shirpur tahsii
Chopda tahsil
Yaval tahsil
Raver Tahsil
Akole tahsil
Ambegaon tahsil
Junnar tahsil
Maregaon tahsil
Ralegaon tahsil
Kelapur tahsil
Ghatanji tahsil
Gadchiroli tahsil
Armori tahsil
Chamorshi Tahsil
Rajura tahsil
V ORISSA
VI RAJASTHAN
VII JHARKHAND
VIII MADHYA PRADESH
IX CHHATTISGARH
19 Promotion of Education
Silent Features
1 Post Matric Scholarships Scheme PMS
Performance of the Scheme
Salient Features
III Upgradation of Merit
Salient Features
Salient Features
Salient Features
20 Appropriate Technology for Sustainable Tribal Development
21 Programmes for Promotion of Voluntary Action
Lac village
Seed village
22Scheduled Tribes
Scheduled Tribes
Article 342 Scheduled Tribes
23 The Scheduled Tribes and the Scheduled Areas
24 Federalism and Regionalism in India Institutional Strategies and Political Accommodation of Identity
OFFICIAL RECOGNITION OF LANGUAGES
TERRITORIAL MEASURES FOR ACCOMMODATING REGIONALISM
Measures for Statehood
the Sixth Schedule
INDIAN NATIONALISM AND REGIONALISM
POSTINDEPENDENCE ACCOMMODATION OF REGIONAL IDENTITY
CENTRE VS STATE OR NATION VS REGION
CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY 194649
POST1950 DEBATE
CRISIS IN FEDERALISM
POSTEMERGENCY 1977 PERIOD
DEBATE SINCE THE 1980s
IMPACT OF REGIONAL ACCOMMODATION OF IDENTITY
CONCLUSION
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