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Tribal Development in Post Economic Reforms Period

Dilip Shah (Editor)

This compendium of 22 papers, presented at a national seminar, organized by the Department of Rural Studies, V.N.S.G. University, Surat, attempts to examine the various aspects of tribal development in India during the post-economic reforms, with special reference to Gujarat. Taking a close look at the status of tribal development in the country, it discusses at length the Gujarat model of tribal development, seasonal migration and sustainable rural livelihoods, and degradation of land resources, technology gap and tribal farmers’ rationale.

Making an impact assessment of watershed programmes in South Gujarat, it also deals with the development-induced displacement among the tribals, irrigation and tribal poverty, resettlement and rehabilitation of tribals, the alternative models of poverty alleviation, decentralized governance, and empowerment of tribal women through Grameen Vikas Kendra with micro-finance approach.

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About the author

Dilip Shah

Dr. Dilip Shah is Senior Professor and Head, Department of Rural Studies. Dr. Shah has directed a large number of Rural Development Projects and Publishd more then 100 papers and 10 books in Rural Studies. Dr. Shah has visited USSR, USA, Hawai and Japan for academic assignments and has associted with reputed organizations for academic works such as ICSSR, UGC, NIRD, NABARD, CAPART, CSIR, Ministry of Rural Development and State Rural Development of other Line Departments. Dr. Shah is also associated with International Association of Agricultural Economics as well as the International Institute of Third World Researchers.

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Title Tribal Development in Post Economic Reforms Period
Author Dilip Shah
Format Hardcover
Date published: 14.06.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788192297248
length xv+492p., Illustrations; Maps; 22cm.