2 days National conference on Tribals issues and challenges in democratic India

ORG-Banglore University Center for rural development studies 
Conference date-4th and 5th July 2019
About
Centre for Rural Development Studies and B-Basavalingappa Institute for Development Studies (B-BIDS) are jointly organizing a two-day national conference on Tribal Issues and Challenges in Democratic India at the Jnanabharati Campus of Bangalore University.

The objective of the conference
1- To understand the changing status of trible people in democratic India. 
2- To review the constitutional directives for well being of tribals. 
3-To check the institutional efforts made by the states and center.
4- To focus the views of jurisprudence towards tribes in India. 
5- To suggest suitable measures for policy formulation to address the tribal issues, with special reference to the forest dwellers.

Themes of Papers : 
1-Types of Tribals in India and their living conditions.
2-Constitutional gaurantees for tribals in democratic India. 
3-Tribals - in pre – and post independence India.
4-Judiciary and Tribes. 
5-A glance of tribal department during the past 7 decades.
6- Resources and tribes development.
7- Status of tribal education. 
8-Tribals and development institutions. 
9-Tribals, MNCs and institution. 
10-Tribals and NGOs.
11- Tribal development models proposed. 
12-Triblal and people representatives. 

Registration for Conference : The registration fee for 
1-University & College Teachers : Rs.1,000/- 
2-Research Scholars / Post-graduation Students : Rs.500/- 
3-Corporate Business Houses: Rs.3,000/-
4- NGOs : Rs.2,000/-  

Important Dates Abstract Submission: 20 th June 2019 
Full Paper Submission: 30th June 2019
Last date for Registration: 30th June 2019 
The venue of Conference: Prof. Venkatagiri Gowda Memorial Auditorium 
Date of Conference: 04 th & 05 th July 2019 

How to apply 
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