|Title:||Adivasi - v3_No.1|
|University:||Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes Research and Training Institute (SCSTRTI), Bhubaneswar, 751003|
|Abstract:||The present issue of the 'Adibasi' the journal of the Tribal Research Bureau, Orissa, has been delayed due to certain unforeseen events. There has been acute shortage of printing paper in the market. The management of the journal has also been improved. A new shape has been given to the Journal and it has been decided to publish it both in English and Oriya. We welcome the formation of a "Central Advisory Board of Anthropology" by Government of India in the Ministry of Education. This is the first effort to co-ordinate Anthropological studies and researches in the country. The University Departments of Anthropology, the Tribal Research Institutions and the Department of Anthropology, Government of India, are all engaged in Anthropological studies and researches. By proper co-ordination of these activities the science will definitely occupy a very prominent place in the country. The first meeting of the Board had been held in Calcutta in the month of March, 1958. At the meeting it was emphasized that there are a large number of real primitive tribes in the State of Orissa and there is need for thorough survey and research among them. for the successful implementation of developmental schemes. The Board also included the study of Kutia and Dangaria Kandhas, Saoras and Gadabas within the Five-Year Plan of researches in Anthropology. The Tribal Research Bureau officers have now completed their studies among the Lanjia Saoras, Kandhas and Juangs, -The reports contain illuminating data on the above tribes. In addition to the normal course of duties of studying the culture and socio-economic condition of the different tribal communities, the officers of Tribal Research Bureau are engaged in studying the social status of different communities and evaluation of different welfare institutions etc. for the successful implementation of welfare programmes, the advice of Tribal Research Bureau, may be utilised fully. We invite the administrative officers in the tribal areas, the welfare staff, the social workers and other interested persons to contribute their experiences among the tribes or other communities of Orissa in form of articles. Economic Condition of the Tribals in the District of Ganjam Justice by Oaths and Ordeals among Dafla The Test of a Good Ashram School Traditional Methods of Treatment of Leprosy Among the Mikirs Glimpses of Aborigines Education Pallahadara Pahadi Bhuyan O Basabasa Samasya (Odia) Kandha Samajare Narira Sthana (Odia)|
|Tribal Research Institutes:||SC/ST Research & Training Institute, Odisha|
|Appears in Collections:||Tribal Affairs|
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