Tribal Development in India: A Case Study

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Anmol Publications, Jan 1, 2001 - India - 168 pages
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Tribal Development Is A High Priority Area In The Development Strategies Of The Union And The State Governments. Many Studies On Tribals In South India Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka And Tamil Nadu, Have Been Highlighted In This Book. A Research Study Is Conducted In The So Far, Neglected Paliyan Tribal Areas In Tamil Nadu. This Book Offers Comprehensive Analysis Of The Profiles Of The Paliyan Tribal Community In Western Ghats. It Deals With The Understanding Of The Socio-Economic Functioning Of Families, Life Cycle Stage, Ethnic, Religious Backgrounds, Present Occupation And Income Status, Major Problems Faced By The Tribals For Their Survival And Evaluated Tribal Development Programmes, Especially For The Paliyan Tribe Of Tamil Nadu.The Salient Features Of This Study Area The Critical Evaluation Of The Development Programmes And The Policy Implications For The Development Of Paliyan Tribals In The Study Districts Kamarajar And Tirunelveli Kittabomman Districts Of Tamil Nadu.This Book Will Be Useful To The Researchers In Various Areas Such As Sociology, Education And Anthropology. Besides, It Will Pave Way For Further Thinking And Research In These Areas.

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