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Record ID: AIRT/1994/0002
Document Type: Journal
Title: BULLETIN IX 1994
Editor/Author: B K Hazarika
Keywords: Scheduled Tribe
Scheduled Caste
Shifting Cultivation
Sector: Education
University: Assam Institute of Research for Tribals and Scheduled Castes
Completed Date: Oct-1994
Abstract: The publication of the research bulletin annually by the Assam Institute of Research for Tribals and Scheduled Castes,Assam is one of regular academic activities. This is the 9th issue of the bulletin. In this issue, apart from the research article contributed by the faculty members of the Institute, research articles from Promode Goswami, Ex. Chief Conservator of Forest, Assam and MP Hazarika, Director, Information and Public Relations, North eastern Council, Shillong, were also incorporated. A note containing information and type of activities undertaken by the Institute was also incorporated in the Bulletin for the general information. Altogether 9 research articles were incorporated in this issue covering various aspects of life and culture of the tribal people as well scheduled tribe population of Assam. The paper of Bordoloi deals with the identification of families below poverty line among tribal communities of NE India. The success of poverty alleviation schemes or programmes so far as income generating family oriented schemes are concerned depend on correct identification of families below poverty line. The socio cultural dimension of scheduled castes development was presented by GC Sharma Thakur. Socio cultural development of scheduled castes depends largely on mutuality and it is largely visible in the present day Indian inter and intra society relations especially in the urban society. Promod Goswammi elaborately discussed about problems and prospects of shifting cultivation in the hills areas of Assam. M P Hazarika discussed about integrated development of NE region and North Eastern Council. M C Saikia briefly highlighted the constitutional provisions and reservations of scheduled castes and scheduled tribes as a whole. The article of BK Hazarika deals with the socio economic conditions of scheduled castes or Kaibarta families of Rajaduar Manikeswar village of North Guwahati, Assam. The findings and suggestions of socio economic survey in the Hidipi mini compact area project were incorporated by G N Das. P Dutta made a review on the project report on Dying of Fish and Meat for Scientific Preservations with reference to the methods used by Plains tribes of Brahmaputra valley. In his article AC Nath made an attempt to study the various techniques applied by the tribal people of Assam in the weaving of basket and mats.
Pagination: 55
Tribal Research Institutes: Assam Institute of Research for Tribals and Scheduled Castes
Record ID: AIRT/1994/0002
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