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Colonial State Capital And Labour In India

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ISBN: 9789351280354    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2014     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 224        Language: English
Description About The Author:- K. Venugopal Reddy, is presently working as Associate Professor in the Department of History, Pondicherry Central University, Puducherry. He obtained his M.A. and M.Phil...Read more
Description About The Author:- K. Venugopal Reddy, is presently working as Associate Professor in the Department of History, Pondicherry Central University, Puducherry. He obtained his M.A. and M.Phil from University of Hyderabad and Ph.D from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He had qualified in the UGC. NET and received UGC Research Associateship in History. He has several years of teaching and research experience and attended various national and international conferences and seminars. He published three books, Class Colonialism and Nationalism in Madras Presidency, 1928-1939 (2002) and Working Class and Freedom Struggle, 1918-1922 (2005), and Dominance and Resistance in Colonial India (2012), (Edited) and several research articles in highly reputed national journals. He organised various National Seminars on diverse themes in Modern Indian History. He is a member of professional bodies and societies and possesses several years of experience at guiding students for research in Modern Indian History.Contents:- Preface 9 List of Contributors Colonial State, Capital and Labour in India Introduction. 2. World of Labour and Capital: Analysis of Gandhi's Political-Ideological Forms, 1906-1934 Introduction • Indentured Labour in South Africa • The Anti-Capitalist Ethic of Sarvodaya • The Labour Strikes in Natal • The Ahmedabad Labour Struggle • Aftermath of Ahmedabad • Relation with the Capitalists. Shri Krishan 3. Growth of Agro Industries in the Northern Circars (1919-1939) Introduction • Government's Industrial Policies before the World War-I • Change in the Industrial Policies after the World War-I • Recommendations of Indian Industrial Commission (1918) • Protection to Indian Industries • New Industrial Policy in the Madras Presidency • Industries in the Northern Circars before the 19th Century • Deindustrialisation during 19th Century • Economic Transformation in the Northern Circars under the British • Commercialisation of Agriculture in Northern Circars • Emergence of Entrepreneurial Class in Northern Circars • State Aid to Industries • Promotion of Technical Education • Starting of Modern Industries in Northern Circars • Jute Preface 9 List of Contributors 13 15 57 27 Print to PDF without this message by purchasing novaPDF (http://www.novapdf.com/) 6 Colonial State, Capital and Labour in India Mills • Oil Mills • Sugar Mills • Tobacco Processing Units • Conclusion. Movva Srinivasa Reddy 4. Emergence of Landless Class in Colonial Southern India Devireddy Subramanyam Reddy 5. Capitalism, Colonial State and Indentured Labour from India Introduction • Macaulay's Penal Code • "Gladstone's Coolies" • The Role of the Colonial State. G. Chandhrika 6. Colonial State in India : A Critical Appraisal Introduction • India in the Imagination of British Coloniser • Dominance and Resistance in Colonial Context • Against the Colonial State: The Revolt of 1857 • Colonial State versus Peasantry • Colonial State Working Class • Colonial State Tribes. K. Venugopal Reddy 7. Colonialism, Emergence of Capital and Labour in Colonial Orissa 1900-1947 Development of Industries in • Utkal Gourab Madhusudan Das and Industrialisation in Orissa • Orissa Artwares • Utkal Tannery • Cottage Industries of Twentieth Century • Filigree Work Industry • Horn and Ivory Industry • Toy making Industry • Cane Work Industry • Coir Industry • Jute Industry • Handloom Weaving Industry • Mat Weaving Industry • Fisheries • Brass and Bell-metal Industry • Rice Mill • Tile Industry • Shree Durga Glass Work Pvt. Ltd., Baranga • Wool and Silk Industry • Creation of the Department of Industry • Development of Industrial Schools and Institutions • Industrial Working Class in Colonial Contents 7 Orissa • Employment of Industrial Labour • The Wages of Labourers • Statistics of the labour wages • The Conditions and Welfare of Labourers • Conclusion. Manoj Kumar Sahoo 8 Working Class Resistance in Travancore: A Study of Punnapra Vayalar Struggle of 1946 Bibin Kuriakose 9 Labour and the Anti-Colonial Struggle in French India Introduction • Condition of the Labour in French India • Emergence of Anti-colonialism • Working Class Movement in 1930's • Political Struggle against Colonial Domination • Role of Working Class in the Liberation Movement in French India. A. Suresh 169 189 Index 219 purchasingAbout The Book:- The Book Chiefly Focusses On The Function Of The Colonial State In India's Social, Political And Economic Evolution. While Focussing On The Formation And Its Role In 'The Development Of Underdevelopment' In India, It Also Aims At Exploring The Emergence Of New Social Classes And The Dynamics Of Their Development. It Explores The Several Possible Ways Of Looking At The Relationship Between Gandhi And Indigenous Capitalist Class As Well As Industrial Labour. It Presents The Anti-Colonial Responses Of Indian Industrial Labour In Diverse Contexts And Varied Spaces. The Process Of Spontaneous And Organised Expressions Of Discontent Against Colonial Oppression, Domination And Marginalisation And How They Turned Into Institutionalised Movements Are Also Delineated. It Endeavours To Articulate On The Rise Of Industrial Labour, The Development Of Trade Unions And Their Solidarity To The Anti-Colonial Struggle. The Book Therefore Seeks To Interrogate This Excruciating Process Unmasking The Technologies Employed By The British Colonial State To Weaken Or Emasculate India. The Papers, Which Are Presented Here, Thus Explore The Multiple Dimensions Of The Theme 'Colonial State, Capital And Labour In India'., About The Author:- K. Venugopal Reddy, Is Presently Working As Associate Professor In The Department Of History, Pondicherry Central University, Puducherry. He Obtained His M.A. And M.Phil From University Of Hyderabad And Ph.D From Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He Had Qualified In The Ugc. Net And Received Ugc Research Associateship In History. He Has Several Years Of Teaching And Research Experience And Attended Various National And International Conferences And Seminars. He Published Three Books, Class Colonialism And Nationalism In Madras Presidency, 1928-1939 (2002) And Working Class And Freedom Struggle, 1918-1922 (2005), And Dominance And Resistance In Colonial India (2012), (Edited) And Several Research Articles In Highly Reputed National Journals. He Organised Various National Seminars On Diverse Themes In Modern Indian History. He Is A Member Of Professional Bodies And Societies And Possesses Several Years Of Experience At Guiding Students For Research In Modern Indian History., Content:- Preface 9 List Of Contributors Colonial State, Capital And Labour In India Introduction. 2. World Of Labour And Capital: Analysis Of Gandhi'S Political-Ideological Forms, 1906-1934 Introduction • Indentured Labour In South Africa • The Anti-Capitalist Ethic Of Sarvodaya • The Labour Strikes In Natal • The Ahmedabad Labour Struggle • Aftermath Of Ahmedabad • Relation With The Capitalists. Shri Krishan 3. Growth Of Agro Industries In The Northern Circars (1919-1939) Introduction • Government'S Industrial Policies Before The World War-I • Change In The Industrial Policies After The World War-I • Recommendations Of Indian Industrial Commission (1918) • Protection To Indian Industries • New Industrial Policy In The Madras Presidency • Industries In The Northern Circars Before The 19Th Century • Deindustrialisation During 19Th Century • Economic Transformation In The Northern Circars Under The British • Commercialisation Of Agriculture In Northern Circars • Emergence Of Entrepreneurial Class In Northern Circars • State Aid To Industries • Promotion Of Technical Education • Starting Of Modern Industries In Northern Circars • Jute Preface 9 List Of Contributors 13 15 57 27 Print To Pdf Without This Message By Purchasing Novapdf (Http://Www.Novapdf.Com/) 6 Colonial State, Capital And Labour In India Mills • Oil Mills • Sugar Mills • Tobacco Processing Units • Conclusion. Movva Srinivasa Reddy 4. Emergence Of Landless Class In Colonial Southern India Devireddy Subramanyam Reddy 5. Capitalism, Colonial State And Indentured Labour From India Introduction • Macaulay'S Penal Code • "Gladstone'S Coolies" • The Role Of The Colonial State. G. Chandhrika 6. Colonial State In India : A Critical Appraisal Introduction • India In The Imagination Of British Coloniser • Dominance And Resistance In Colonial Context • Against The Colonial State: The Revolt Of 1857 • Colonial State Versus Peasantry • Colonial State Working Class • Colonial State Tribes. K. Venugopal Reddy 7. Colonialism, Emergence Of Capital And Labour In Colonial Orissa 1900-1947 Development Of Industries In • Utkal Gourab Madhusudan Das And Industrialisation In Orissa • Orissa Artwares • Utkal Tannery • Cottage Industries Of Twentieth Century • Filigree Work Industry • Horn And Ivory Industry • Toy Making Industry • Cane Work Industry • Coir Industry • Jute Industry • Handloom Weaving Industry • Mat Weaving Industry • Fisheries • Brass And Bell-Metal Industry • Rice Mill • Tile Industry • Shree Durga Glass Work Pvt. Ltd., Baranga • Wool And Silk Industry • Creation Of The Department Of Industry • Development Of Industrial Schools And Institutions • Industrial Working Class In Colonial Contents 7 Orissa • Employment Of Industrial Labour • The Wages Of Labourers • Statistics Of The Labour Wages • The Conditions And Welfare Of Labourers • Conclusion. Manoj Kumar Sahoo 8 Working Class Resistance In Travancore: A Study Of Punnapra Vayalar Struggle Of 1946 Bibin Kuriakose 9 Labour And The Anti-Colonial Struggle In French India Introduction • Condition Of The Labour In French India • Emergence Of Anti-Colonialism • Working Class Movement In 1930'S • Political Struggle Against Colonial Domination • Role Of Working Class In The Liberation Movement In French India. A. Suresh 169 189 Index 219 Purchasing
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