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Role of State in the Development of Scheduled Tribes

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The Tribals are believed to be the original inhabitants of India. It is an anthropological concept. A tribe is generally defined as a social group usually living in a definite area, having a dialect, cultural homogeneity and unified social organisation. The Constitution was written by the founding fathers those were very conscious of the real state of the country – they were aware of the people who form Scheduled Caste (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs) and Backward Classes and the social problems associated with them. That is why they included special provisions for the rights of these groups. The Constitution laid down guidelines, which the State must follow in regard to these backward groups. In Article 46, the Constitution has said that the State shall protect SCs, STs and provide means for their development and has laid down means for doing so.
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ISBN
9781304926227
Edition
1st
Published
March 10, 2014
Language
English
Pages
12
File Format
PDF
File Size
140.58 KB

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