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Development from Tribal Perspective

Rajat Kanti Das (Author)
Synopsis In spite of all the attention that has been given to development from all quarters, it just can not be taken as a panacea. This is particularly so in the case of development of tribals. But there could have been better prospect for tribal development in India because of more opportunities for community participation in the tribal sphere. After all, sustenance of human development depends a lot on community participation. The present exercise based on a study sponsored by the Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi and concentrated on three tribal groups of undivided Midnapore district of West Bengal seeks to take a critical view of the lop-sided nature of tribal development.
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About the author

Rajat Kanti Das

The author is currently Professor of Anthropology at Vidyasagar University, Midnapore, West Bengal. Who has to his credit almost forty years of uninterrupted teaching and research experience. Prompted by his earlier assignments in North-East India, he has all along been keeping on abiding interest in the North-East Indian situation.

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Title Development from Tribal Perspective
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Classique Books
Language: English
isbn 8187616164
length 100p.