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Tata Group and Affirmative Action for SC/ST communities.

trusts’ work predates this initiative Group initiative nearly 3 years old though company CSR activities and trusts’ work predates this initiative Tata Steel tribal welfare/Tata Coffee staffing Tata Steel tribal welfare/Tata Coffee staffing Trusts touch 3 million SC/ST population Trusts touch 3 million SC/ST population Data in this review refers to India-based operations of 56 Tata companies Data in this/


Tribal Areas Today: ‘Legal black-hole’ and ‘Talibanisation in the Tribal Areas of Pakistan’. Kamran Arif.

of British Policy? Government of India Act, 1935: ‘Excluded Areas’. Pakistan Creation of Pakistan. The Indian Independence Act abrogated the agreements with the Tribes. Tribal Maliks signed instruments of accession to Pakistan. Independence: did not make any difference for the people of the Tribal Areas. The Constitutions of/The fighting between the various Mujahideen factions at the end of the war. The Afghan Civil War. Emergence of a group calling themselves the Taliban. Taliban literally means a religious/


Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) – Pakistan A socio-political treadmill for women, children and minorities.

Afghanistan. Created by the British to serve as a buffer between undivided India and Afghanistan. Special system of political administration to govern these tribes. Special system of political administration to govern these tribes. Maximum autonomy Maximum autonomy Life under tribal code (Pushtunwali) Life under tribal code (Pushtunwali) Tribal Code Pushtunwali (cornerstone) melmastia (hospitality and protection to every guest); melmastia (hospitality and protection to every guest); nanawati/


Tribals,dikus and the vision of a golden age

under the british? How did it change their lives? lets answer all these questiOns………… How did the tribal groups live? Jhum cultivation this type of cultivation is usually found in forests and hilly areas Some were hunter’s and gatherer’s they hunted /from returning home. Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries tribals rebelled against the forest laws . the kolas rebelled in 1831-32 Santhal rose in revolt in 1855 The bastar rebellion in central India broke out in 1910 . Warli revolt in Maharashtra /


SACRED PLACE, SACRED SPACE: THE GEOGRAPHY OF RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHIES.

group Localized geography Hinduism, Jains Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Shinto, Daoism, Confucianism Tribal or Traditional Religions Appeal to powers beyond humans Worship aspects of nature, spirits in nature Isolated geographically in remote areas Historical “mythic” traditions, shamanism BIRTHPLACES OF LIVING WORLD RELIGIONS RELIGIONS OF/heyday of its material prosperity the heart of India ever looked back with adoration upon the early ideal of strenuous self-realization, and the dignity of the simple life of /


Centre for Rural Infrastructure (CRI),

due to scattered houses Average construction cost is very low in Tribal Areas due to accessibility of locally available construction material with a free of cost. Credit Sources: The average share of Bank finance is just 5.46 % in all India. The contribution of DRI loans is negligible in all the states except Gujarat, where 50% of beneficiaries were getting DRI Loans. Banks are not willing to/


Imperialism Theme: How imperialistic nations were able to expand their power and control at the expense of weaker nations Lesson 17.

: South Africa The Dutch East India Company had established a supply station/of artificial tribal boundaries became one of the greatest obstacles to nation building and regional stability in much of Africa during the second half of the 20th Century The arbitrary boundaries of the Berlin Conference did not take into consideration the natural divisions of the African people (religion, culture, language, ethnicity, etc) Later Impacts When decolonization began in the 1950s, loyalties to these natural groups/


Imperialism Definition: Stronger nations expanding their power and control at the expense of weaker nations.

about the “tribal” nature of African societies caused problems British Empire in India In the 18th and first half of the 19th Century, the East India Company established a strong presence in India (Remember the East India Company was one of the joint-stock/US claimed a protectorate over Hawaii, where US entrepreneurs had established highly productive sugarcane plantations In 1893 a group of businessmen and planters overthrew Queen Liliuokalani and invited the US to annex Hawaii Hawaii became a US possession/


The World Today If earth’s population was 100, there would be: 52 females and 48 males 6 people would possess 59% of the entire worlds wealth – all 6.

change through education for the underprivileged children in India” Our Mission Canada Chapter of ‘Asha for Education’ was founded in July 2004 by a group of highly motivated Indo-Canadian professionals It has since /of students –improvement in facilities Asha Canada - Prospective Projects Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement (SVYM) Viveka Tribal Center (Location: Saragur, KARNATAKA) Established in 1984 by a group of young medical doctors Main initiatives - Health and Education for marginalized rural and tribal/


The Chittagong Hill Tracts Accord Implementation in Bangladesh: Ideals and Realities Nusrat Jahan Chowdhury Associate Professor Dept. of Public Administration.

exploits the relation of Bengali-tribal. Lack of willingness and commitment of the government along with opposition from different group of elites affects the implementation who exploits the relation of Bengali-tribal. Also conflict between tribal organizations, domination of Chakma tribe, sense of deprivation among other smaller groups creating communal tension. Also conflict between tribal organizations, domination of Chakma tribe, sense of deprivation among other smaller groups creating communal tension/


SACRED PLACE, SACRED SPACE: THE GEOGRAPHY OF RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHIES.

group Localized geography Hinduism, Jains Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Shinto, Daoism, Confucianism Tribal or Traditional Religions Appeal to powers beyond humans Worship aspects of nature, spirits in nature Isolated geographically in remote areas Historical “mythic” traditions, shamanism BIRTHPLACES OF LIVING WORLD RELIGIONS RELIGIONS OF/heyday of its material prosperity the heart of India ever looked back with adoration upon the early ideal of strenuous self-realization, and the dignity of the simple life of /


The Worlds of Islam: Afro-Eurasian Connections 600 C.E. – 1500 C.E.

area. Islam and Cultural Encounter: A Four- Way Comparison The Case of India Turkic invaders: After the conversion of the Turkic peoples of Central Asia, the Turks became the third group to spread Islam after the Arabs and Persians A series of invasions of Northern India led to the creation of small sultanates With the establishment of the Sultan of Delhi in 1206, their rule was more systematic but still relatively/


1 STATE LEVEL BANKERS COMMITTEE (SLBC) GOA STATE BANK OF INDIA CONVENER, SLBC GOA 91st SLBC Goa meeting dated 11.12.2015.

as against Rs. 10.63 crs in the previous quarter  Agg. Outs. in 10,653 accounts Rs. 103.44 crs. SELF HELP GROUP (SHG) as on 30.09.2015 91st SLBC Goa meeting dated 11.12.201512 (Nos. in actual & Amt in Crs.) (Nos. in/ Prime Minister of India on the eve of Independence Day launched ‘Start-up India Programme’ to disburse loans for start- ups to the ‘Tribal’ in the locality where there is any tribal habitation. Where there is no tribal habitation banks can provide loans to ‘Dalit’ or a ‘Tribal’, give financial/


THE GEOGRAPHY OF RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHIES. RELIGION IN THE PRE-AP CLASSROOM Texas’ Essential Elements include religion You are teaching historical religions.

DBQ: Christian and Muslim POV about commerce DBQ: Reaction of Chinese to Spread of Buddhism CCOT had religious element End of Classical Age and Fall of Rome, India and China The US is a Multi-Cultural Society /ethnic group Localized geography Hinduism Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Shinto, Daoism, Confucianism Tribal or Traditional Religions Appeal to powers beyond humans Worship aspects of nature, spirits in nature Isolated geographically in remote areas Historical “mythic” traditions, shamanism 5 THEMES OF /


Pakistan. Pakistani Government and History of Political Instability.

responded to Indian nuclear tests Unpopular after “Kargil War,” at the time Pakistan and India were negotiating peace. Overthrown in 1999, exiled to Saudi Arabia http://www.storyofpakistan./bonds between the Taliban and Pakistan, especially with the tribal areas on the North-West borders of Pakistan. Most of the Taliban’s leaders were educated in refugee camps / group Vowed to avenge the killing of Osama Bin Laden Vows to continue the war with the USA Taliban Moves to Pakistan In October 2001, thousands of /


Dr. Maheshwar Singh Associate Professor National Law University, Delhi

Year Plan will give special attention to the health of marginalized groups like adolescent girls, women of all ages, children below the age of three, older persons, disabled, and primitive tribal groups. It will view gender as the cross-cutting theme across all schemes. A cross country comparison Health Indicators among Selected Countries in 2005 reveal that India’s Infant Mortality rate 58 per 1000 stands four/


EUROPEAN IMPERIALISM What is Imperialism?.

-continent. The security of India drove much British imperial expansion. Where does such a process ultimately end? #7 Defensive Imperialism British India—the Raj To insure control of India, Britain took the adjacent areas of Afghanistan and Burma. /who neglected the welfare of their own people The colonial powers often replaced relatively flexible tribal boundaries with rigid imperial ones; frequently, the new boundary lines lumped diverse and sometimes even hostile tribal groupings together (a volatile /


The Persian Gulf War I (1991)

democratically and to get Iraq to break into a civil war. Many different groups are fighting to gain political control (Sunni, Shi’a, different tribal groups, different political groups, some terrorist groups, gangs of crinimals) Perhaps Syria, Iran, and U.S. trying to exert outside pressure/with him there(economy and such), were not being helped One of the things that was a great need to do was to make Pakistan’s relations with Afghanistan and India less hostile Then the next thing they had to do from /


The Issue of Tribal Rights: Colonial Policy towards Pastoral Nomads and Adivasi Groups.

, later w/ Russia In Central and western India tribal groups accused of raiding—seen as congenital criminals Mobile groups are hard to tax Mobility of “slash and burn” agriculture in Central and Northeastern India seen as “wasteful” loss of timber Racial Prejudice By 19 th century a scientific discourse of race is being created “Tribalgroups are placed at the bottom of the new hierarchy of European/Asians New disciplines such as Anthropology/


Migrations: Why, Where, and the Impact of the Movement of Peoples

of grain.” What is a Trade Diaspora? Defined Groups of merchants living amongst aliens in associated networks Result of/of the Swahili The eastern coast of Africa Swahili Language Changed profoundly around first millennium CE Bantu-speaking from interior Migrated, settled along the coast Became farmers of bananas, remained herders Merchants and traders from the Muslim world, India Realized the strategic importance of the east coast of/ Mfecane meets Great Trek Bantu tribal language family in Southern Africa /


Higher Education Conference The impact of mergers on the South African Higher Education System Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) CSIR International.

recovery of the cultures of politically marginalised groups in an effort to harmonize different ideologies of nationalism, secularism, rationality and cultural universalisms. India is similar and serves as example 4 India developed /Tribal University being initiated in Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh to promote studies and research in tribal art, culture, tradition, language, custom, medicinal systems, forest-based economic activities and the advancement in technologies related to natural resources of the tribal/


Chapter 6-8 CHAPTER 6: The First Global Civilization: The Rise and Spread of Islam CHAPTER 7: Abbasid Decline and the Spread of Islamic Civilization to.

culture, and a writing system. Islam allowed the bedouins to overcome the problems of tribalism and to unify into a theocratic system that transcended clan and tribal limits. Islamic warriors then were able to overcome their civilized, but weak, neighbors/majority of their converts were Buddhist, but they were also successful at converting people from low-caste groups. They used peaceable means of conversion. This was primarily aided by the Muslim trade routes and Muslim ruled areas of India. End of Day/


™. Active Communities of Practice Decentralization (UNDP) Water (UNICEF) Food & Nutrition Security (FAO) Gender (UNICEF,UNWOMEN) Maternal & Child Health.

knowledge for natural resource management. Tribals in Assam from Common Interest Groups formed under Assam Agricultural Competitiveness Project have managed their agriculture and fish farms. Climate Change Community Input for National Consultation on Best Practices in Tribal Areas Solution Exchange – an initiative of the UN Country Team in India Countries like Republic of Korea, Brazil, Mexico have introduced a variety of kiosk services It is imperative to/


 Our planet-earth (biosphere) contains more than 20 million species of organisms. But, of which only 1.4 million species have been identified so far.

are directly consumed by villagers, tribals. The fossil fuels like coal, petroleum and natural gas are also the products of fossilized biodiversity. ProductSourceUse PenicillinFungusAntibiotic StreptomycinActinimyceteAntibiotic /estimated to be endangered species. But India’s biodiversity is threatened due to habitat destruction, degradation and over exploitation of resources. Table 3.10. Number of threatened species of India. Group of Threatened species Number of Threatened species Plants 250 Birds 70/


The Persian Gulf War I (1991) War On Terrorism including: 9-11Afghanistan Operation Iraqi Freedom The Axis of Evil Communism/Terrorism parallels?? (A Power.

U.S. forms Allies with Tribal Leaders cont.  Tribal leaders formed allies with U.S. for military aid to kill the al-Qaeda group.  One of these tribal groups are called the Sheiks.  The violence of tribes against U.S. troops lowered because many of them didn’t want al-Qaeda/with him there(economy and such), were not being helped One of the things that was a great need to do was to make Pakistan’s relations with Afghanistan and India less hostile One of the things that was a great need to do was to/


SACRED PLACE, SACRED SPACE: THE GEOGRAPHY OF RELIGIONS AND PHILOSOPHIES.

group Localized geography Hinduism, Jains Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Shinto, Daoism, Confucianism Tribal or Traditional Religions Appeal to powers beyond humans Worship aspects of nature, spirits in nature Isolated geographically in remote areas Historical “mythic” traditions, shamanism BIRTHPLACES OF LIVING WORLD RELIGIONS RELIGIONS OF/heyday of its material prosperity the heart of India ever looked back with adoration upon the early ideal of strenuous self-realization, and the dignity of the simple life of /


Deprivation to Telangana Case for Separate Statehood Submitted to Committee for Consultations on the Situation in Andhra Pradesh (CCSAP) By Working Group.

Statehood Submitted to Committee for Consultations on the Situation in Andhra Pradesh (CCSAP) By Working Group for Preparation of Memorandum to CCSAP Constituted by Telangana Development Forum (TDF) India 7 th May 2010, Hyderabad TDF believes that separate statehood for Telangana is the only solution for the restoring identity of the region and development of its people – Began in New Jersey, USA in 1999; TDF/


CHAPTER 9 THE WORLDS OF ISLAM AFRO-EURASIAN CONNECTIONS 600-1500.

the trade routes, it served as an important pilgrimage site as the Kaaba, a shrine, housed idols of hundreds of tribal gods from the region. The Quraysh dominated the city and grew wealthy from taxing the pilgrims that came/ OF INDIA 1.Turkic Invaders: After the conversion of the Turkic peoples of Central Asia, the Turks became the third group to spread Islam after the Arabs and Persians. A series of invasions of Northern India led to the creation of small sultanates. With the establishment of the Sultan of /


Cogita, Disce, Apta 25-Oct-15 OPR: AOJK-EDG UNCLASSIFIED 1 Special Warfare Education Group (Airborne) Pakistan: Disputed Boundaries in Kashmir UNCLASSIFIED.

in Kashmir -Muslim Majority in Kashmir on both sides of the border -Conflict drives perception of India to Pakistanis; Perception of India drives further conflict Pakistan Kashmir Conflict Cogita, Disce, Apta 25-Oct-15 OPR: AOJK-EDG UNCLASSIFIED 18 Regional Implications China – Border and road to port considerations Afghanistan – Control of the tribal areas Central-Asia – spill over of conflict and extremism Nuclear Arsenal “Pakistan is approaching a/


The Age of Imperialism 1850 - 1914. Imperialism What: the domination of one nation by another politically, socially, economically and culturally Who:

India Imperialism Why: resources, guaranteed markets, nationalism, military concerns, racism (Social Darwinism) & the missionary impulse How: advanced European technology like the Maxim gun, the telegraph, the railroad, the steamship, medicines like quinine, African tribalism and a lack of / Social Darwinism The belief that all human groups compete for survival, and that the stronger groups will replace the weaker groups. Darwin’s theory of evolution = “survival of the fittest”. It is only natural that /


1 May 26, 2007Asha-16 Conference1 Asha-Fwg (fellowship working group) Update for Asha-16.

work or receive support from any other group for that time commitment. At least 80% of work-time (ie., 32 hours per/of work – being a child, 10th pass!, technology training. 3 areas of work – being a child, 10th pass!, technology training. Part of the larger people’s initiative (Tribal Health Initiative – Hospital, organic farming, etc. Part of the larger people’s initiative (Tribal/ fellows (Sept06 - April07) 2007 New fellows reviews Fellows India Conf 3 rd review Asha Corps 2006 ARC process approved Know/


Dr Vibhawari Dani M.D.(Paediatrics); DCH ‘MAHAN’ Melghat, India.

(Central India)  Population of 3,00,000 scattered over 320 villages spread over 4000 sq Kms. 85% population is tribal,  A community based prospective trial with one-stage cluster sampling method was conducted in tribal Melghat for/of age group from 320 villages.  The study area constituted 14 randomly selected villages of Melghat.  Sample size constituted randomly selected 145 SMCs in 6-60 months of age group from usual resident population of these 14 villages.  Study was implemented through, tribal/


INTRODUCTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES The word environment is derived from the French word “Environ” meaning Surroundings. Every organisms is surrounded.

plants Fuel Fire woods are directly consumed by villagers, tribals. The fossil fuels like coal, petroleum and natural gas are also the products of fossilized biodiversity. PRODUCTIVE USE VALUES Bio diversity products have obtained/India. In order to protect our only tropical rain forest biodiversity, silent valley Hydroelectric project was abandoned. 2.TEMPERATE RAIN FORESTS They have much less biodiversity, globally, they have nearly, 1,70,000 Flowering plants. 30,000 Vertebrates 2,50,000 Other group of/


UNMET NEEDS FOR CONTRACEPTION IN MARRIED WOMEN IN A TRIBAL AREA OF INDIA Sapna S.Patil Abdul Rashid K. KA Narayan By-Dr.Vaishali Bhagat Moderator-Dr.Subodh.

NEEDS FOR CONTRACEPTION IN MARRIED WOMEN IN A TRIBAL AREA OF INDIA Sapna S.Patil Abdul Rashid K. KA Narayan By-Dr.Vaishali Bhagat Moderator-Dr.Subodh Gupta Introduction The concept of unmet need points to the gap between womens reproductive/ Related studies Study titleAuthorStudy areaResults Epidemiological Correlates Of Unmet Need For Contraception In Urban Slum Population Supriya Satish Patil et all married women in the age group of 15- 44 yrs in an urban slum of Karad (2010) Unmet need for contraception /


1914-Present Review. The Big Thematic picture Theme 1: Patterns and effects of interaction- Pace of interaction grows rapidly Theme 2: Dynamics of changes.

of the Nation-state in all areas of the world. As minority ethnic groups seek to assert their rights, conflicts arise within these states International organizations define the new- world order. Details- World conflict World War I Great Depression Fascism and totalitarian states World War II Cold War Nationalist movements-India/ infant mortality throughout Africa B.new attitudes and values often clash with traditional tribal practices C.agriculture is no longer the most important economic activity in Africa /


Dd.  Bio means ‘life’ and diversity means ‘variety’, hence, biodiversity refers wide variety of life on the earth.  Our planet-earth (biosphere) contains.

Resources 3. Fuel  Firewoods are directly consumed by villagers, tribals. The fossil fuels like coal, petroleum and natural gas are also the products of fossilized biodiversity.  Biodiversity products have obtained a commercial value./to be endangered species. But India’s biodiversity is threatened due to habitat destruction, degradation and over exploitation of resources. Table 3.10. Number of threatened species of India. Group of Threatened species Number of Threatened species Plants250 Birds70 Mammals86/


A socially conscious and ecologically responsible company Agribusiness in Africa Large scale commercial cultivation of the natural sweetener - Stevia.

. It’s a stable democracy with business friendly policies. Peaceful coexistence among religious and tribal sects. Friendly, educated and hard working workforce. Good infrastructure, communication, roads and port facilities. Very large traces of land and perennial water source is available. Many large agribusiness companies from US, Europe, Brazil, India and China are operating successfully and profitably.  Proposed Location 5 The Business Plan Establish/


Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources Second Edition Chapter 9 The Worlds of Islam: Afro-Eurasian Connections, 600–1500 Copyright © 2013.

and Cultural Encounter: A Four-Way Comparison A. The Case of India 1. Turkic invaders: After the conversion of the Turkic peoples of Central Asia, the Turks became the third group to spread Islam after the Arabs and Persians. A series of invasions of Northern India led to the creation of small sultanates. With the establishment of the Sultan of Delhi in 1206, their rule was more systematic but still relatively/


WELCOME TO The Land Of Rising Sun ARUNACHAL PRADESH WELCOME TO The Land Of Rising Sun ARUNACHAL PRADESH WELCOME TO The Land Of Rising Sun ARUNACHAL PRADESH.

Sanctuary Sessa Orchid Sanctuary Tourism  The eastern crest of India cocoons a mystical land of bliss- Arunachal Pradesh.  This Land of Rising Sun has many wonders and attractions for travelers./of the community. Different tribal groups have their own set of beliefs and notions about their religion. As the people of Arunachal Pradesh are segregated into three cultural groups, each group practices its own religion.  The people of the first group are usually Buddhists, while people of  the second group/


Structure of Public Governance in India Pralhad Kachare Dy. Commissioner

of the Government of Maharashtra (The roles of the various Ministries are defined as per the Rules of Business) Governor Chief Minister Council of Ministers Minister Chief Secretary Principal Secretary Secretary Minister 6/11/2016pkachare@gmail.com Rule Book Provisions of Constitution of India Article—161 Maharashtra Government Rules of/22.Tribal Development Department Tribal Development Tribal Research and Training Institute Tribal / Level For a group of villages All adult members of a village Their main/


 Our planet-earth (biosphere) contains more than 20 million species of organisms. But, of which only 1.4 million species have been identified so far.

are directly consumed by villagers, tribals. The fossil fuels like coal, petroleum and natural gas are also the products of fossilized biodiversity. ProductSourceUse PenicillinFungusAntibiotic StreptomycinActinimyceteAntibiotic /estimated to be endangered species. But India’s biodiversity is threatened due to habitat destruction, degradation and over exploitation of resources. Table 3.10. Number of threatened species of India. Group of Threatened species Number of Threatened species Plants 250 Birds 70/


TRIBES OF INDIAIndia is the home to a large number of indigenous people, who are still untouched by the lifestyle of the modern world.  With more.

TRIBES OF INDIAIndia is the home to a large number of indigenous people, who are still untouched by the lifestyle of the modern world.  With more than 84.4 million, India has the largest population of the tribal people in the world.  These tribal people are still dependent on hunting, agriculture and fishing.  Some of the major tribal groups in India include Gonds, Santhals, Khasis, Angamis, Bhils, Bhutias. TRIBAL ART Every tribe is special/


What’s in a name – countries, nations, states, regions. Changing structure of the world – how many of what do we have. What happens when countries don’t.

have been lost overboard and not found. The Sentilese: North Sentinel Island in the Andaman Islands, part of India but isolated likely for over 60,000 years. Uncontacted Peoples Unidentified indigenous tribe in Brazil’s Amazon. There/ piece of land for sustenance, security, social structure and self… …drives groups of people with a common heritage, language, ethnicity, tribal loyalty, religion, or point of view, to seek… …territorial boundaries within which they can practice their particular way of life./


Language Technology & Empowerment of the Bhashas Udaya Narayana Singh Central Institute of Indian languages, Mysore LTT-IT: VALEDICTORY ADDRESS.

groups. But one could easily see that for any sophisticated tools to be created, we must be first equipped with some basic tools that would contribute to creation and maintenance of standards and frames of/ issues are specifically mentioned. In case of India, the sheer size of the country and complexity of the administrative set up are such that/be done with concerted focus, esp. in prevention of land alienation from tribal to no-tribal, review of National Forest Policy and Forest (Conservation) Act 1980,/


EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF INDIA

Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India Export-Import Bank of India SET UP BY AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT IN SEPTEMBER 1981 WHOLLY OWNED BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA /of their association with ECO Tasar. ` 1 cr worth of cumulative wages generated. Only wild silk from Jharkhan and Assam tribals is sourced. B. Handloom Weavers: Cumulative sales resulted in weaving of/ contribution of USD 5 mn. from each partner Leverage the strengths of stakeholders and their Group companies across the value chain of Project /


Chapter 6 The Human Mosaic

any other aspect of culture Proselytic religions Actively seek new members Their goal is the conversion of all humankind Ethnic religions Identified with some particular ethnic or tribal group Does not seek converts Proselytic religions sometimes grow out of ethnic religions—/ — arose in the 1500s, in an attempt to unify Hinduism and Islam Centered in the Punjab state of northwestern India Has about 19 million followers Sikhs practice monotheism and have their own holy book, the Adi Granth Buddhism/


DYNAMICS OF RURAL TRIBAL MARKETS: EXPLORING TRIBAL PEOPLE’S NEEDS AND EXPERIENCES Dr. SUNEETHA KANDI NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COMMODITY RESEARCH 10 October.

com sunikandi@yahoo.com Tribal Population of India 8.43 crores (2001 census of India) 8.2 % of the total population 700 Scheduled Tribes 33 tribes inhabit state of Andhra Pradesh Andh,/of Tribal People Future needs Data collection from  Tribal buyers & sellers  Non Tribal buyers & sellers  Financial Institutions including money lenders  Other market agencies METHODOLOGY Participatory Observation Interviews Focus Group Discussions Qualitative & Quantitative statistical analysis SWOT Analysis of the tribal/


Afghanistan Adnan Naseemullah. The Issues The nature of state-building in a fragmented society; the formation of national identity Modernization and its.

Marathas, came to dominate Afghanistan, eastern Iran and northwestern India. First Anglo-Afghan War Timur Shah dies in 1793; empire falls apart. / National non-integration; using the power of the state to change society. Success of Abdur Rahman, failure of Amanullah ‘Westernizing reforms’ = tribal revolt What’s different in Afghanistan? / mid-1980s); recruiting from refugee camps (4 million refugees) No coordination between groups: Hizb-i-Islami (Hekmatyar), Jamiat-i-Islami (Rabbani, Masud, Ismail Khan/


TRIBAL COOPERATIVE MARKETING DEVELOPMENT FEDRATION OF INDIA LTD. (TRIFED) (Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt of India), NEW DELHI IMPROVING EFFICIENCY AND.

OF INDIA LTD. (TRIFED) (Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt of India), NEW DELHI IMPROVING EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING OF MFP GATHERERS & TRIBAL ARTISANS BACKGROUND Minor Forest Produce (MFP) i.e. forest produce other than timber, is a major source of / of trainees during 2013-14 Actual number of training increased to 15719 during 2014-15 as compared to 3163 during 2013-14 an increase of almost 5 times 6 new crafts and 6 groups have been identified in the State of /


“STEP” “SUPPORT TO TRAINING EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN”

SUPPORT TO TRAINING EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN” UNDER MINISTRY OF WOMEN & CHILD DEVELOPMENT, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA NEW DELHI ,INDIA EMAIL – hcms_96@yahoo.co.in NODAL AGENCY THE DEPATMENT OF WOMEN &CHILD DEVELOPMENT JAIPUR ,RAJASTHAN SUBMITTED BY HAHNEMANN /less rural women and urban poor. Wage labourers, unpaid daily workers, female headed households, migrant labourers, tribal and other dispossessed groups and families below the poverty line will also upgraded. The idea behind, is to encourage the rural /


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