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Dalit Identity in the New Millennium (In 10 Volumes)

 
Ramesh Chandra (Author) Dr. Sangh Mittra (Author)
Synopsis The subject of Dalit Identity has of late developed into a new area of research. Today, scholars approach this subject with much more sophistication than what they used to do about two decades back. This project marks a welcome recognition of the achievements registered by Dalits in various spheres of life despite the adverse circumstances they were placed in. Glearing examples in the respect are those of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Babu Jagjivan Ram and K.R. Narayanan who played commemorable roles in various fields, particularly in the fields of framing of the constitution of India, fighting for the country’s emancipation and securing of social justice for the depressed classes respectively. A part from the Dalit leaders of the past, the project also focusses on the contribution made by present day leaders like Kashi Ram, Mayawati, Ram Vilas Paswan, Meera Kumar, Surajbhan, Ajit Jogi and so on. This project covers a wide variety of themes ranging from the caste system in India to the spread of Buddhism to the biographical speeches of some of the eminent Dalit leaders. This project would go a longway in establishing the identity of the Dalits on a firm footing and in evadicating the notion that the Dalits occupy an inferior position in society. This project would prove to be of immense use to researchers as well as laymen.
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About the authors

Ramesh Chandra

Dr. Ramesh Chandra is currently Principal Scientist & Head. Crop Improvement & Production Division at Central Institute for Sub Tropical Horticulture, Lucknow. He has over 30 years of experience in micropropagation, in vitro conservation & molecular biology of potato, mango, guava, papaya, litchi etc. he was instrumental in initiating & shaping potato biotechnology at Central Potato Research Institute. Shimla and initiated biotechnology research at CISH, Lucknow. Dr. Chandra has undergone tissue culture and molecular biology training at Peru, Phillippines and China as visiting scientist. He worked with John Dodds, Tissue Culture Specialist of International Potato Centre, Lima, Peru on potato micropropagation and in vitro germplasm management. He has almost 125 research publications including a book on Comprehensive Potato Biotechnology to his credit. Dr. Chandra has traveled widely and participated in various national and international conference. He is a life member of many scientific societies and fellow of Indian Society of Genetics and Plant Breeding. He has successfully completed research projects funded by DBT, UPDASP, NATP and running five research projects funded by different agencies.

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Dr. Sangh Mittra

Dr. Sangh Mittra is Deputy Director (Research) in Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi, a National Institute of repute. Besides her academic responsibilities in the council, she is intensively involved in other academic activities. She is an eminent social scientist and author of more then three dozen books in History and Archaeology and several research in reputed research journal. She did her M.A., L.L.B, Ph.D. in Archaeology from University of Lucknow and is submitting her D. Litt. Work shortly. She has been presenting research papers in National and International seminars and member of International and national Institutions, societies and has academic links with numerous institutions of higher learning. She is honorary professor and director of B.R. Ambedkar Social Sciences Institute, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, U.P.

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Bibliographic information

Title Dalit Identity in the New Millennium (In 10 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8171697658
length v+3188p., 25cm.