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Record ID: DRMTWRI/2020/0006
Document Type: Book
Researcher: S. N. RAY Assistant Director (Statistics)
Editor/Author: Ranendra Kumar, IAS Director, Dr. Ramdayal Munda Tribal Welfare Research Institute, Ranchi
Guide: Dr. (S. P. Gupta) Director
Keywords: There are not very many employment opportunities for the women belonging to scheduled Tribes and Castes and other weaker sections. Poor women migrate to other distant areas within the state or outside the state in search of employment. The middlemen and the labour agents allure the tribal women and take them to far distant places to work on bricks of Uttar Pradesh, farms of Hariyana and Punjab, tea gardens of Assam, Manipur and Tripura etc. There these poor tribal women become prey of the middlemen and the employers. They are paid meagre wages and no proper arrangements for their stay are made. The State Government of Bihar vide letter No. 2929 dated 30.3.80 decided to enlighten them through creating awareness and training, to protect them against such exploitation.
Sector: Migration
University: Dr. Ramdayal Munda Tribal Welfare Research Institute, Ranchi
Completed Date: Jun-2020
Pagination: 1-96
Tribal Research Institutes: Tribal research Institute, Jharkhand
Record ID: DRMTWRI/2020/0006
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