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  • “ Kondh” Tribes from INDIA
  • These all are tribes and belongs to INDIA

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  • C orruption and Tribalism (INDIA)
  • Tribals
    • Approximate 461 Tribes in India.
    • 75 Most backward communities ( Primitive Tribe Groups )
    • Only 8% Population of India
    • 5000 villages located in around forests region
    • Tribal Religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Christianity.
    • Regions in India (Andhra Pradesh, Madhya-Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Jharkhand, Orissa, Rajasthan and Maharashtra)
    • Names: (Bhil, Bodo, Gond, Oran & Santhal etc..)
    Summary of Tribal
  • Type of Population in INDIA
    • There are 4 types of category in INDIA
    • 1. General Cast (Gen)
    • 2. Other Backward Cast (OBC)
    • 3. Scheduled Cast (SC)
    • 4. Scheduled Tribes (ST)
    • Material Deprivation
    • Landlessness
    • Educational Backwardness
    • Employment and Government Services
    • Indebtedness and Bonded Labour
    • Health and Nutrition
    Types of Tribal Corruption
    • Tribes are integral part of our society but on account of their engagement in unclean or impure occupations, they suffer from a number of social disabilities.
    • Tribes are not considered as an active part of our system. They live in forest, hilly and coastal areas.
    • Tribes are dislocated because they do not have their own House, Land, or Material possession.
    • Government has launched poverty alleviation in their 5 th Credit Policy and welfare programmes but they are still backward educationally and economically.
    What Went Wrong
  • * No direct interaction with tribal problems * Identify define social problem * Respect & support to people * Indian Citizenship Myself * Tribes are out of main stream * No prior support & motivation to tribes *Rejection & ignorance sometimes *To be demonstrate majority power *To be more collectivist in society *Right to information power *Technology Human development *Allow freedom of experiences & opportunities *Economic prosperity *Active citizenship *Respect social segregation & identities *Democracy *Diversity *Individual freedom and liberties Indian Society *Improper implementation of funds & resources *Forgetting promises * Capturing lands & positions by non-Tribals * To divide society, people and the nation * To commit themselves to tribal * Lack of access “Right to information” * Attract Minorities * Ignore scheduled castes & tribes * Vote * Power Prestige Indian Politicians Act Guidelines Principles Value Stakeholders
  • * Degradation of environment & displacement * Small economic base *Lack of education & employment opportunities *Low employable skills *Harsh & unfriendly forest laws & regul. *To be manage good network of PDS outlets in Tribal areas *Foot support to the most needy *Provide safe drinking water, To be solve poor literacy *Livelihood concerns & recommendations *Manage (slow) growing economy *Improvise poor infrastructure *Develop core strengths * Rich cultural heritage *Excellent tourist space *Rich natural resource endowment Orissa Govt. (The state of INDIA) Act Guidelines Principles Value Stakeholders *Possible to Embrace *Complex situation in society *Exploitation *Wealth disparity *Low literacy rates *Lack of credit facilities *Frequent natural disaster *Balance between the tradition and modern society *Need a policy framework and transparent *Sustainable harnessing of biomass resources *Maintain ecological stability and land based production systems * Must be retain culture and faith values *Be a part of nature (Love Nature) *Nature and god are identical *Correlation between place & religion is to be strong * Ancient culture, attitudes, beliefs and practices *Forest and Hills *Schedule tribe reserves in institutions *Village “Panchayat” ( Local administration system ) Tribes Society
  • Sources: http://www.sociologyguide.com/tribal-society/tribal-policy.php http://www.travelblog.org/Asia/India/Maharashtra/Mumbai/blog-385175.html http://nos.org/331courseE/L-30%20PROBLEMS%20OF%20SCHEDULED%20CASTES%20AND%20SCHEDULESD%20TR.pdf http://www.epao.net/epSubPageExtractor.asp?src=news_section.Top_Stories.Press_Release.PR_AITSA_20070702 http://www.uohyd.ernet.in/academic/specialized_centres/integrated_studies/scis/10.0Tribe_terms.pdf
  • Thank You….. Ravi Nakulan International Trade Ipag, Paris