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SOCIO-ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF TRIBAL WOMEN: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE

@inproceedings{Awais2009SOCIOECONOMICEO,
  title={SOCIO-ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF TRIBAL WOMEN: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE},
  author={M. Awais},
  year={2009}
}
  • M. Awais
  • Published 2009
  • Geography
  • The tribal population is an integral part of India’s social fabric and has the second largest concentration after that of the African continent. It is more than the total population of France and Britain and four times that of Australia. The population of tribal communities scheduled in the Constitution of India and known as Scheduled Tribes (STs) was 8.43 crore (1 crore = 10 million) as per 2001 census and accounts for 8.2% of the total population. 4.26 crores are man and 4.17 crores are women… CONTINUE READING
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