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Agony of The Plantation Workers North East India

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ISBN: 9788178355719    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2008     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 308        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Dr. K.R. Sharma (Born: 1957) did his M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of North Bengal, Darjeeling, West Bengal. He is an Education Officer in the Central Board...Read more
Description About The Author:- Dr. K.R. Sharma (Born: 1957) did his M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of North Bengal, Darjeeling, West Bengal. He is an Education Officer in the Central Board for Workers Education, under the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of Indian at Siliguri. His area of specialisation is Industrial Sociology, Tea Plantation Workers of East North-East India, Himalayan Society of Eastern Himalayas and North Eastern Himalayas and Labour Education. He has already published six book to his credit among which Tea Industry in India. An Introduction, Himalayan Tea Plantation Workers, Socio-Economic lfei of Cinchona Plantation Workers are very important publications. Presently, Dr. Sharma is actively engaged in a research study on Globalisation and Tea Plantation Workers in Eastern Himalayas., Shri T.C. Das (Born: 1950) did his M.A. in Economics from the University Guwahati (Assam). He is Deputy Director of Central Board for Workers Education in the department of Administration at Nagpur-the national headquarters of CBWE. He published "The North East Mirror" from Guwahati when he was the Zonal Director of North East Zone of CBWE. Presently Shri Das is associated with administrative affairs of CBWE.Contents:- Contents # List of Tables: Preface: SECTION-I ARUNACHAL PRADESH: Introduction: The Anula Shagun T.E.: Background and Scope: Economic Life of the Workers: Social Living of the Workers: The Inter-Ethnic Relations: Summary and Conclusion: SECTION-II: SIKKIM: Introduction: Temi Tea Estate-A Prelude to Its Economy and Society : Industrial Relations in Temi Tea Eastate: Economic Life of the Workers: Social Living of the Workers: The Plantation Workers-Their Customs and Traditions: SECTION-III: DARJEELING: Background and Scope: Socio-Economic Conditions of the Workers: Trade Union Movement in Tea Industry: Trade Union and Worekrs Participation: Ethnicity and Trade Union Movement: Conclusion: IndexAbout The Book:- The Book Agony Of Plantation Workers In North-East India Deals With Socio-Economic Agonies Of The Plantation Workers Of The State Of Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim And Darjeeling Of The North East India. The Workers Are Mainly Immigrants From Various Parts Of The Country, And Nepal. After Joining The Jobs Of Tea Plantations, They Have Been Barricaded Within The Plantation Enclaves Only Having Little Exposure Outside The Plantation World. Their Socio-Economic Agonies Have Been Hardly Known To The Civilized World Of Human Society. The Present Book Shall Enlighten Their Commitements To The Industry, Organised Exploitations In The Plantation Universe, Socio-Culturals Milieus And Integration Process. It Also Highlgihts Their Participation In Nation Building Aptitude And Perceptions To The Change Brought About By The Liberalisation Of Indian Economy Including The Plantation Industry Of The Region. The Book Will Be The Source Material For Further Empirical Study On The Plantation Frontiers Of The Country., About The Author:- Dr. K.R. Sharma (Born: 1957) Did His M.A. And Ph.D. In Sociology From The University Of North Bengal, Darjeeling, West Bengal. He Is An Education Officer In The Central Board For Workers Education, Under The Ministry Of Labour And Employment, Government Of Indian At Siliguri. His Area Of Specialisation Is Industrial Sociology, Tea Plantation Workers Of East North-East India, Himalayan Society Of Eastern Himalayas And North Eastern Himalayas And Labour Education. He Has Already Published Six Book To His Credit Among Which Tea Industry In India. An Introduction, Himalayan Tea Plantation Workers, Socio-Economic Lfei Of Cinchona Plantation Workers Are Very Important Publications. Presently, Dr. Sharma Is Actively Engaged In A Research Study On Globalisation And Tea Plantation Workers In Eastern Himalayas., Shri T.C. Das (Born: 1950) Did His M.A. In Economics From The University Guwahati (Assam). He Is Deputy Director Of Central Board For Workers Education In The Department Of Administration At Nagpur-The National Headquarters Of Cbwe. He Published "The North East Mirror" From Guwahati When He Was The Zonal Director Of North East Zone Of Cbwe. Presently Shri Das Is Associated With Administrative Affairs Of Cbwe., Content:- List Of Tables: Preface: Section-I Arunachal Pradesh: Introduction: The Anula Shagun T.E.: Background And Scope: Economic Life Of The Workers: Social Living Of The Workers: The Inter-Ethnic Relations: Summary And Conclusion: Section-Ii: Sikkim: Introduction: Temi Tea Estate-A Prelude To Its Economy And Society : Industrial Relations In Temi Tea Eastate: Economic Life Of The Workers: Social Living Of The Workers: The Plantation Workers-Their Customs And Traditions: Section-Iii: Darjeeling: Background And Scope: Socio-Economic Conditions Of The Workers: Trade Union Movement In Tea Industry: Trade Union And Worekrs Participation: Ethnicity And Trade Union Movement: Conclusion: Index
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