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Socio-Economic Indicators of Diversified Tribal Communities of Uttarakhand

Manisha Shah
Department of History and Archaeology H.N.B. Garhwal University (A Central University) Srinagar, Campus Tehri Garhwal Uttarakhand (India) Corresponding author Email i.d. shahmanisha999@yhoo.com
J. C. Joshi
Department of History and Archaeology H.N.B. Garhwal University (A Central University) Srinagar, Campus Tehri Garhwal Uttarakhand (India)
Online First: January 16, 2018
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Abstract

The Indian State aim to ensure that all sections of society share in the economic and social prosperity of the country. It is widely acknowledged that a large section of the Indian population, especially the tribal communities, have not received the full benefits of development processes. Indeed, it is recognised that the tribal population has been adversely affected by the developmental projects undertaken.The tribal population in India, though a numerically small minority, represents an enormous diversity of groups. The present research paper is an attempt to look into some socio-economic indicators in respect of tribal group of Uttarakhand like their demography, sex ratio, educational status, health, employment and so on.

Keyword : Isolation, Diversity, Land alienation, Bondage, Ethnicity, Malnutrition

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1. Bhatt, Savita (2011), ‘Dalits, Tribals and Human Rights’, Adhyayan Publisher and Distributor, New Delhi 2. Bisht, B.S. (1994), ‘Tribes of India, Nepal, Tibet Border Land’, Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi, p.14. 3. Bisht, Khila, Aditi P. Kaur, SatyendraSrivastava and Cyril R. Raphael (2010),‘State Strategy Paper Uttarakhand: Identifying Key Issues’, 31st March, Oxfam India, p. 40-43. 4. Census of India (2001), ‘Data Highlights: The Scheduled Tribes’, Uttaranchal, pp. 1-5. Retrieved from www.censusindia.gov.in>dh_st_uttaranchal 5. Chopra, Suneet (1988), ‘Revolt and Religion: Petty Bourgeois Romanticism’, Social Scientist, Vol. 16, No. 2, Four Decades of Economic Development, February, pp. 60-67. 6. Govinda, R. (2002), ‘India Education Report’, Oxford University Press, New Delhi. 7. Joshi, S.C. (2004), ‘Uttaranchal Environment & Development: A Geo-ecological Overview’, GyanodayaPrakashan, Nainital. 8. Naswa, Sumedha (2001), ‘Tribes of Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal’, Mittal Publications, New Delhi. 9. Pant, B.R. (2010), ‘Tribal Demography of India’, Anamika Publishers and Distributors (P) Ltd., New Delhi. 10. Statistical Diary (2014-15), Directorate of Economic and Statistical, Govt. of Uttarakhand, Dehradun. 11. Sonowal, C.J. (2008), ‘Indian Tribes and Issue of Social Inclusion and Exclusion’, Stud Tribes Tribals, 6(2): 123-134, Centre for Studies of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. 12. Winick, C. (1956), ‘Dictionary of Anthropology’, Philosophical Library, New York, p. 546.
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1. Bhatt, Savita (2011), ‘Dalits, Tribals and Human Rights’, Adhyayan Publisher and Distributor, New Delhi
2. Bisht, B.S. (1994), ‘Tribes of India, Nepal, Tibet Border Land’, Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi, p.14.
3. Bisht, Khila, Aditi P. Kaur, SatyendraSrivastava and Cyril R. Raphael (2010),‘State Strategy Paper Uttarakhand: Identifying Key Issues’, 31st March, Oxfam India, p. 40-43.
4. Census of India (2001), ‘Data Highlights: The Scheduled Tribes’, Uttaranchal, pp. 1-5. Retrieved from www.censusindia.gov.in>dh_st_uttaranchal
5. Chopra, Suneet (1988), ‘Revolt and Religion: Petty Bourgeois Romanticism’, Social Scientist, Vol. 16, No. 2, Four Decades of Economic Development, February, pp. 60-67.
6. Govinda, R. (2002), ‘India Education Report’, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
7. Joshi, S.C. (2004), ‘Uttaranchal Environment & Development: A Geo-ecological Overview’, GyanodayaPrakashan, Nainital.
8. Naswa, Sumedha (2001), ‘Tribes of Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal’, Mittal Publications, New Delhi.
9. Pant, B.R. (2010), ‘Tribal Demography of India’, Anamika Publishers and Distributors (P) Ltd., New Delhi.
10. Statistical Diary (2014-15), Directorate of Economic and Statistical, Govt. of Uttarakhand, Dehradun.
11. Sonowal, C.J. (2008), ‘Indian Tribes and Issue of Social Inclusion and Exclusion’, Stud Tribes Tribals, 6(2): 123-134, Centre for Studies of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.
12. Winick, C. (1956), ‘Dictionary of Anthropology’, Philosophical Library, New York, p. 546.
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