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Caste Class and Gender: A Sociological Study

A K Singh (Author)
Synopsis Since obtaining independence in 1947, Indian Governments have been deeply concerned with widespread poverty and have implemented various anti-poverty schemes. However, rural poverty remains persistent, with the headcount ratio being 30.2 percent in 1999/2000. Particularly troubling is the concentration of rural poverty in India in the ‘Scheduled Caste’ (SC) and ‘Scheduled Tribe’ (ST) populations. The presence of such disparity in the incidence of poverty and wide spread discrimination against scheduled groups have long histories in India.”
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About the author

A K Singh

A.K. Singh obtained his M.A. and Ph.D. degree in History of Art from the Banaras Hindu University. He has awarded Senior Research Fellowship by the U.G.C.

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Title Caste Class and Gender: A Sociological Study
Author A K Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 22.12.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher DPS Pub. House
Language: English
isbn 8190690430
length viii+264p, Bibliography; Index.