Book Code: 9788121213554
Edited by:- Sudip Bhui, Mita Sarkar (Das), Palash Chandra Coomar
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The Title 'Development among the Tribal and Minority Societies written/authored/edited by Edited by:- Sudip Bhui, Mita Sarkar (Das), Palash Chandra Coomar', published in the year 2018. The ISBN 9788121213554 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 410 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Tribal Studies / Development.
ABOUT THE BOOK
India within its landmass, has given shelter to a large number of castes and religious groups with varied culture, sects, economy, political ideologies and religious faiths. All these have made Indian society a highly stratified and complex one. Along with these the biological variations are also highly significant. The critical and detailed analysis of all these will certainly provide adequate knowledge and idea about how these are functioning, and for the deep and detailed analysis, what is essential is first hand detailed data direct from the field.
In this book, there are thirty articles of different themes and contributors have made their contribution on different topics and view points. We have spread over the articles in four parts, each part having one particular theme, namely, Part-One: Indigenous and minority Population; Part-Two: Dimension of Human Resource Development Part – Three: Anthropometry and health; Part-Four: Vulnerable and essential of our population.
This little mission, we believe will enrich the knowledge of the academicians, scholars and the students to understand the real situation at the grass root level and also help the planners and bureaucrats in realizing the real problems and also help in implementing proper development programmes.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sudip Bhui, M.Sc. (Anth.), M.Sc. (Bot.), M.Phil. (b. 1977) is presently Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology and Tribal Studies, Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University. He is at present undertaking research work on indigenous health care system. He is associated with many professional organisations. He is also the author of some books and articles.
Mita Sarkar (Das), M.Sc., Ph.D. (b. 1966) is currently associated with Indira Gandhi Centre for National Integration, Visva Bharati University. Her area of research interest is Medical Anthropology, Tribal Studies and Women Studies. She has attended many National and International Seminars in both India and aboard. To her credit twenty four research papers are published in different books and National and International journals.
Palash Chandra Coomar, M.Sc., Ph.D. (b. 1956) retired as the Joint Director of Census Operations, West Bengal, Government of India. During his service period he has undertaken research work among both tribal and non-tribal communities living in West Bengal, Sikkim, Bihar and Andaman & Nicobar Islands. He has published twelve books and more than fifty articles.
List of Contributors 29
PART I: INDIGENOUS AND MINORITY POPULATIONS
1. Government’s Approach to Tribal Development : 35
Mita Sarkar (Das) Palash Chandra Coomar
2. An Approach to the Concept of Tribal Development 47
Mita Sarkar (Das)
3. Sahariya Development : A Micro Level Study of 55
Swapan Kumar Kolay
4. Indigenous Population:Their Problems and Prospects in 83
Prabhat K. Singh and Jagdeep Oraon
5. How Rights Based Public Policies are Influencing 91
Tribal Welfare in Odisha
6. Emerging Problems of the Indigenous People on 109
the Way to Development
Samar Kumar Biswas
7. Conservation Through Religious Practices: A Case Study 119
of Hussain Dighi of West Bengal
8. Stratification among the Muslims of North Bengal 131
9. Muslims of Darjeeling Hills: Issues of Their Development 141
10. Transformation of Material Culture withReferance to 147
Occupational Change among the Khariasof Purulia
District in West Bengal
11. Assessment of Developmental Inputs among the Lodhas of 163
Paschim Medinipur in West Bengal
PART II: DIMENSIONS OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
12. How to Develop Human Resource to Learn Anthropology 173
in Better Way ?
13. Issues and Problems in Agricultural Development: 179
A Study on the Farmers of West Bengal
Arun Makal, Abhradip Banerjee, Avik Roy,
Suman Hazra and Krishnendu Polley
14. Recruitment Procedure and Status of Workers: 191
An Observation on Industries of Two States in India
Salil Kumar Dutta, Dibyendu Maiti and Avijit Halder
15. Availability of Drinking Water Facilities to Maintain 203
Quality of Life in the Medinipur Municipality Areas of
Paschim Medinipur District : An Anthropological Evaluation
Sonali Giri and Suman Kalyan Samanta
16. Gandhian Thought in Manbhum District: 217
An Historical Study
Pradip Kumar Mandal
17. A Folk Society on the Way to Modernisation: 221
Opportunities and Challenges
Ashok Das Gupta
PART III: ANTHROPOMETRY AND HEALTH
18. Employment Status and Its Association with Health and 249
Lifestyle among College Students
Arupendra Mozumdar and Gary Luguori
19. Conventional Health Care System in Selected Villages of 267
Rural West Bengal : A Brief Glimpses
Abhijit Ghosal and Sovan Chakraborty
20. Health, Poverty and Economic Development with Special 285
Reference on Rural Odisha
21. Age Variation in Obesity, Adiposity and Central Fat 301
Distribution among the Bengalee Adult Males of
Hridaypur, North 24 Parganas, West Bengal
Chandra Sekhar Roy, Ashish Mukhopadhyay
and Mithu Bhadra
22. Nutritional Assessment of Adult Male Munda and Oraon 315
Tribals of Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, India
Kaushik Bose, Bigitendriya Debsharma, Subal Das
23. Poverty and Reproductive Mother-Child Health: 323
An Emerging Problem in the Unorganised Occupational
PART IV: VULNERABLE AND ESSENTIALS OF OUR POPULATIONS
24. Role of Tribal Women in Indigenous Health Care System 345
in Two Districts of West Bengal
25. Functional Disability of the Elderly Santal People 349
Mohan Chandra Dolai and FalguniChakrabarty
26. Socio-Economic Problem and Assessment of Nutritional 359
Status of Elderly Male of Chakdah Municipal Town,
27. Child Workers : A Great Hindrance on the Way to 373
28. Governance and Women Empowerment through 383
29. Malnutrition among Young Adult Male Gond Tribals of 393
Sirki Village, Chhattisgarh.
Shatruhan Singh Shyam, Huidrom Suraj Singh and Subal Das
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