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Changing Character of Tribal Environment

G.P. Gupta (Author) Usha Singh (Author)
Synopsis The long process of interaction between man and environment has resulted in changing tribal landscape during various stages of development. The strategy for tribal development has to take into account the changing character of tribal areas. The Tribal societies in India are in a continuous process of flux and change in the wake of modernization. The book in confided to the saharia landscape. It has been tried to cover whole saharia landscape and its physiographical, socio-cultural and economic environment in a compact manner by dividing the material into eight units. The book presents an indepth analysis concerning various issues along with some concrete suggestions for improving the qualitative parameters. Accordingly, it will prove an immense value not only to the academic community but will be equally rather more useful for planners agriculturists and economists who are actively associated with the tribal environments.
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About the authors

G.P. Gupta

Dr. G.P. Gupta. Reader in the Dept. of Botany and Microbiology, has earned his M.Sc. degree from Kurukshetra University. He was awarded Senior Research Fellowship and Post-Doctoral research fellowship of the C.S.I.R., New Delhi during the Ph.D. and after Ph.D. He has discovered both the strains(+ and -) of Phytophthora nicotianae was parasitica from Guava and the other hosts, and successful produced oospores in vitro for the first time in Inida. He reported a new pathogen of Cycas ovule rot from India and technical expertised opinion was called from Dr. Diana R. Greenough, a Senior Plant Pathologist the scientist of Brithis Columbia on sebere palm with during 1996. Dr. Gupta has been offered for research collaboration on madicinal plants from the scientist Dr. Stainley of the Scotland U.K. in 1999, but keeping in view of the national interest he did stand on his terms and conditions. He was invited he did stand on his terms and conditions. He was invited as the expert member of the committee for the preparation of dictionary of Microbiology by Takniki Shabdawali Commission, Ministry of HRD. Govt. of India and the book was published by the commission in 1997. He has been the Organising Secretary of National Seminar on BIotechnology: New Trends and Prospects, 1996. He has published nearly 38 research papers in foreign and Indian Journals of International repute. He is Coeditor of the book Microbes: Agriculture, Industry and Environment (2000). Currently, he is actively engaged in research on indiagenous drugs and drug plants of old medicine systems in relation to their quality control and enhancement of thereapeutric spectrum. He has provided the scientifice base of the ability of Yajna as environmental Purifier. He has expertise in planning and designing of waste-water treatment by application of aquatic plants and other indigenous methods in Indian context. Seome students are enrolled and working in the above area under his supervision for Ph.D. programme

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Usha Singh

Usha Singh Obtained Master’s Degree (1998) and Ph.D. Degree (2002) from the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Her academic interest lies in tribal and rural field. She in currently serving as lecturer in geography at Shri Bhawani Niketan P.G. Girl’s College, Jaipur.

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Bibliographic information

Title Changing Character of Tribal Environment
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Ritu Publications
Language: English
isbn 8187445238
length x+180p., Tables; Figures; Maps; Appendices; Bibliography; 23cm.