Contributed papers presented at a seminar cum workshop organized by North Eastern Institute of Culture & Religion.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||chief editor, Gautam Kumar Bera ; editors, Birinchi K. Medhi, R.P. Athparia, K. Jose SVD.|
|Contributions||Bera, Gautam K., Medhi, Biriñci Kumāra, 1948-, Athparia, R. P., Jose, K., S.V.D., North Eastern Institute of Culture & Religion (Gauhati, India)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||2009310665|
gender development and the status of tribal women: a study of tripura sumon ali1& taslim akter2 1. Research scholar, Department of Political Science, Tripura University. Email- [email protected] Mar 12, · Their status is looked at from various angles, both in the past and at present, in the book entitled "Status of Tribal Women in Tripura". Tripura is a hilly state in the north-eastern region of India (Figure 1) and lies in five mountain ranges - Boromura, Atharamura, Longtharai, Shakhan and Jampui hills - in a north to south imeldaclyde.com: Tasadoq Hussain Jaweed, Nilofer Khan. Tribal Language Development. Major language of the Different Tribes of Tripura is “Kok-Borok” which is a language of Tibeto-Burman linguistic family. To develop this language, TR&CI organize seminar/workshop and regularly publishes books on Kok-Borok grammar, poem, short story, folk tales. Tripura is the most literate state in India with liter-acy of %. Literacy rate of tribal population in Tripura is %. There are 19 officially recog-nised tribes in Tripura and this diversity of tribal population makes the seminar more pertinent. About the College Womens College, established in .
Governance and Development in Tribal Areas of North-East India-A Comparative study between Manipur and Tripura, Sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi (co-director), to Tripura"-Role of Tribal Wornen in development of Tribal Development of indigenous folk song, music & Art (Hantlicraft) National Seminar on'the status of tribal educatiorr in degree and above degree National Serninar on "The Problems of educated tribal youth fbr securing job-special ref-erence to the tribal youth of An amount of Rs TRIPURA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT: A SUMMARY 3 MAP 1. 4 TRIPURA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT: A SUMMARY. social developments. At the same time, the tribal population was con- verted to a minority in its own land, and the demographic change trigger- ed social divisions that racked the State for years to come. Tribal regionalism, political in nature, has been said to be a struggle for identity against alienation from basic sources, viz. land, forests and aspiration for preservation of traditional culture Of late the movement in Tripura led by TUJS and Bodoland in Assam. Gorkhaland movements have transcended that stage of aspiration limited in culture.
In Tripura there are three such institutions at Kanchanpur, Ambassa and Karbook built with a total cost of Rs.6 crores for each, 50 per cent of which is borne by the Central government. These schools each have an intake capacity of students belonging to poor tribal families. ADVERTISEMENTS: The chief measures regarding tribal development are as follows: 1. Constitutional Provisions and Safeguards: The Constitution of India provides for the special provisions relating to Scheduled Tribes. Article lays down that the President may by public notification, specify the tribes or tribal communities or part of or groups within tribes or tribal communities . CHAPTER I11 POLICIES AND PROGRAMMES FOR TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA According to 1 census % ofpersons belong to Scheduled Tribe (ST) in different States and Union Territories excluding Assam, Jammu and Kashmir. This constitute % of the total population. Tribal Religion of Tripura: A Socio-religious Analysis. Dwijendra Lal Bhowmik. 0 Reviews. Articles with reference to the state of Tripura, India. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Tribal Research Institute (Tripura, India) Publisher: Tribal Research.