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The Forms of Exclusion in Schools : A Case of Dalit Children in Hyderabad Slums

@inproceedings{2017TheFO,
  title={The Forms of Exclusion in Schools : A Case of Dalit Children in Hyderabad Slums},
  author={},
  year={2017}
}
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
Exclusion is a process through which a set of people being segregated from the common resource of society. Dalits are being excluded over many years in India. Though, Indian Constitution provided them equal rights to access to common resources but they are still been excluded based on their social-category. In India, the Dalits are being deprived of right to education, right to property, and right to protection. Social exclusion based on caste is practiced in various forms. Discrimination… 

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