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Policies, Programmes And Strategies For Tribal Development A Critical Appraisal

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ISBN: 9788178354910    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2006     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 306        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Dr. Nisakar Panda, (b. 1959) has had an excellent academic career. He did not post-graduation and Ph.D. in economics and acquired his law degree from Utkal University. He has been...Read more
Description About The Author:- Dr. Nisakar Panda, (b. 1959) has had an excellent academic career. He did not post-graduation and Ph.D. in economics and acquired his law degree from Utkal University. He has been a lecturer of Economics for a brief spell and then entered into the State Service under Government of Orissa. Currently, he is working as Deputy Director in the Planning and Coordination Department, Government of Orissa. He has been actively involved in a number of Evaluation Studies of Government Programmes/Schemes. He was a key member of the Committee on 'Integrated Perspective Plan (1992-93 and 2002-03) on land and water use for Kalahandi District of Orissa' and was actively associated in preparation of the reports.Contents:- Preface • List of Abbreviations • List of Tables • Glossary • Introduction • Need and Importance of the Study • Review of Literature • Objectives • Problem under Study • Hypotheses • Scope of the Study • Approach and Methodology • Structure of the Study • Notes and References • Tribal Development in India: Need, Strategy and Policy • What is a Tribe? • Demographic Profile of Tribes in India • Compulsions for Tribal Development in India • Policy and Strategy • Tribal Development Policies and Strategies in India • Conclusion • Notes and References • Profile of Individual Tribes • Demographic Profile • Socio-Economic Lives of Tribal Communities • Conclusion • Notes and References • An Analysis of the Programmes at Work • Sub-Plan Approach and Integrated Tribal Development Projects • Tribal Development During the Plan Periods • Tribal Sub-plan Approach • Area under Tribal Sub-plan • Shortcomings of the Sub-Plan Strategy • Sub-Plan Approach and ITDP/ITDA • MADA • Cluster Approach • Primitive Tribes of Orissa and Their Development Through Micro Projects • Dispersed Tribal Development Programmes (DTDP) • Anti-Poverty Programmes • Protective and Anti-Exploitative Measures • Special Education Programmes • Educational Development Programmes out of Special Central Assistance • Tribal Development Through Cooperatives • Tribal Development Through Sectoral Programmes • Conclusion • Notes and References • Financial Aspects of the Programmes • Sources and Pattern of Funding • Flow of Funds • Conclusion • Notes and References • Process of Implementation • Central Government • State Government • Harijan and Tribal Welfare Department • Committees and Councils • Institutions and Academics • Corporations • Field Set-up • Monitoring and Evaluation • Voluntary Organisations • New Areas of Intervention • Conclusion • Notes and References • Impact of the Programmes • Physical Archievements • Cases Studied on People's Development Programmes of Thuamul Rampur Block of Kalahandi District • Result of the Analysis • Case Studies of Area Development Programme • Result of the Analysis • Conclusion • Notes and References • Finding and Policy Prescriptions • Testing of hypotheses • Findings • Policy Recommendations • Notes and References • Appendices • Household Beneficiary Schedule • State-wise Population of Scheduled Tribes in India (1991) • Literacy Rate for Scheduled Tribes Population by Sex (1991) • District-Wise Density of Scheduled Tribes Population of Orissa (1991) • MADA Pockets in Different Districts (1991) • No. S. 11011/40/79-IRD-III Government of India Ministry of Rural Reconstruction • The Micro Projects for Primitives Tribes • Index.About The Book:- A Plethora Of Literature Is Available And Various Studies Have Been Undertaken On Different Aspects Of Tribal Development. But Very Few On The Analysis Of Tribal Problems Vis-À-Vis Programmes/Policies For Their Development Has Remained More Or Less Unexplored. The Present Study Has Attempted To Plug This Critical Gap. In This Book The Author Has Delved Deeper Into The Genesis Of Tribal Problems, Critically Examined The Programmes For Their Development In The Past And Present And Offered Some Valuable Insights For Lifting Them Out Of The Morass Of Poverty And Stagnation. It Has Traced Successive Shifts In Tribal Development Policies And Strategies At Different Points Of Time. A Thumbnail Picture Has Been Presented On Impact Of The Programmes On The Stakeholders Through Case Studies Conducted In A Remote District Of A Poverty Ridden State. The Results Of The Field Study Tend To Conceptualise That Despite Input In Terms Of Money And Material And The So Called Coveted Efforts And Endeavours Of Public Servants, There Is An Abysmal Mismatch Between The Objectives And Achievement. We Are Still Far Away From The Point Of Their Conscientisation. The Study Will Be Of Immense Academic And Practical Worth. The Comprehensive Analysis And Critical Review Presented In This Book On An Important Aspect Of Tribal Development And Finally The Policy Prescriptions Suggested Make It Imperative Reading For Economists, Anthropologists, Planners, Policy Makers, Administrators And Members Of The Academic And Research Organizations., About The Author:- Dr. Nisakar Panda, (B. 1959) Has Had An Excellent Academic Career. He Did Not Post-Graduation And Ph.D. In Economics And Acquired His Law Degree From Utkal University. He Has Been A Lecturer Of Economics For A Brief Spell And Then Entered Into The State Service Under Government Of Orissa. Currently, He Is Working As Deputy Director In The Planning And Coordination Department, Government Of Orissa. He Has Been Actively Involved In A Number Of Evaluation Studies Of Government Programmes/Schemes. He Was A Key Member Of The Committee On 'Integrated Perspective Plan (1992-93 And 2002-03) On Land And Water Use For Kalahandi District Of Orissa' And Was Actively Associated In Preparation Of The Reports., Content:- Preface • List Of Abbreviations • List Of Tables • Glossary • Introduction • Need And Importance Of The Study • Review Of Literature • Objectives • Problem Under Study • Hypotheses • Scope Of The Study • Approach And Methodology • Structure Of The Study • Notes And References • Tribal Development In India: Need, Strategy And Policy • What Is A Tribe? • Demographic Profile Of Tribes In India • Compulsions For Tribal Development In India • Policy And Strategy • Tribal Development Policies And Strategies In India • Conclusion • Notes And References • Profile Of Individual Tribes • Demographic Profile • Socio-Economic Lives Of Tribal Communities • Conclusion • Notes And References • An Analysis Of The Programmes At Work • Sub-Plan Approach And Integrated Tribal Development Projects • Tribal Development During The Plan Periods • Tribal Sub-Plan Approach • Area Under Tribal Sub-Plan • Shortcomings Of The Sub-Plan Strategy • Sub-Plan Approach And Itdp/Itda • Mada • Cluster Approach • Primitive Tribes Of Orissa And Their Development Through Micro Projects • Dispersed Tribal Development Programmes (Dtdp) • Anti-Poverty Programmes • Protective And Anti-Exploitative Measures • Special Education Programmes • Educational Development Programmes Out Of Special Central Assistance • Tribal Development Through Cooperatives • Tribal Development Through Sectoral Programmes • Conclusion • Notes And References • Financial Aspects Of The Programmes • Sources And Pattern Of Funding • Flow Of Funds • Conclusion • Notes And References • Process Of Implementation • Central Government • State Government • Harijan And Tribal Welfare Department • Committees And Councils • Institutions And Academics • Corporations • Field Set-Up • Monitoring And Evaluation • Voluntary Organisations • New Areas Of Intervention • Conclusion • Notes And References • Impact Of The Programmes • Physical Archievements • Cases Studied On People'S Development Programmes Of Thuamul Rampur Block Of Kalahandi District • Result Of The Analysis • Case Studies Of Area Development Programme • Result Of The Analysis • Conclusion • Notes And References • Finding And Policy Prescriptions • Testing Of Hypotheses • Findings • Policy Recommendations • Notes And References • Appendices • Household Beneficiary Schedule • State-Wise Population Of Scheduled Tribes In India (1991) • Literacy Rate For Scheduled Tribes Population By Sex (1991) • District-Wise Density Of Scheduled Tribes Population Of Orissa (1991) • Mada Pockets In Different Districts (1991) • No. S. 11011/40/79-Ird-Iii Government Of India Ministry Of Rural Reconstruction • The Micro Projects For Primitives Tribes • Index.
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