Centre for Rural Development Studies and B-Basavalingappa Institute for Development Studies (B-BIDS) are jointly organising a two-day national conference on Tribal Issues and Challenges in Democratic India at the Jnanabharati Campus of Bangalore University.
Objectives of the conference are:
- To understand the changing status of tribal people in democratic India.
- To review the constitutional directives for well being of tribals.
- To check the institutional efforts made by the states and centre.
- To focus the views of jurisprudence towards tribes in India.
- To suggest suitable measures for policy formulation to address the tribal
issues, with special reference to the forest dwellers.
Themes for Papers:
- Types of Tribals in India and their living conditions.
- Constitutional gaurantees for tribals in democratic India.
- Tribals – in pre and post independence India.
- Judiciary and Tribes.
- A glance of the tribal department during the past 7 decades.
- Resources and tribes development.
- Status of tribal education.
- Tribals and development institutions.
- Tribals, MNCs and institution.
- Tribals and NGOs.
- Tribal development models proposed.
- Tribal and people representatives.
Abstract Submission: 20th June 2019
Full Paper Submission: 30th June 2019
Last date for Registration: 30th June 2019
Registration Fee for Conference:
University & College Teachers: Rs.1,000/-
Research Scholars/Post-graduation Students: Rs.500/-
Corporate Business Houses: Rs.3,000/-
- Abstract & full paper must contain the name of the author/s, complete
address, email id and mobile number.
- Citations & references should comply with the APA style of referencing.
- Submission must in MS-Word format with all four sides 1 inch margin.
- Should be typed in Times New Roman with a letter font size of 12. Paper
title in 16 and all sub-headings in 14. Keep line spacing at 1.15.
- Submit abstract/full paper via email to: email@example.com
- Hard copy be submitted to office of the Centre for Rural Development
Studies, Bangalore University, Jnanabharathi Campus, Bangalore-56.
- Abstract in 750 words and full paper with 2500 words.