Scheduled caste and tribe high school and college students in Gujarat
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Scheduled caste and tribe high school and college students in Gujarat a summary of findings

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Published by Centre for Regional Development Studies in Surat .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India,
  • Gujarat.

Subjects:

  • College students -- India -- Gujarat.,
  • High school students -- India -- Gujarat.,
  • Dalits -- Education -- India -- Gujarat.,
  • India -- Scheduled tribes -- Education.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementproject directors, I.P. Desai, B.V. Shah ; summary prepared by Centre for Regional Development Studies, 1975.
ContributionsDesai, Ishwarlal Pragji., Shah, B. V., Centre for Regional Development Studies, Surat.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLA1154.G8 S33
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 94 p. ;
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3928034M
LC Control Number81901881

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Caste and Scheduled Tribe women students’ enrolment ratio during was percent (men students’ enrolment ratio was %) and it was percent during 11(men students. (First Published, after having received the assent of the President, in the "Gujarat Government Gazette", on the 16th October, ). An Act to provide for regulation of issuance and verification of the Caste Certificates to the persons belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes or Other Backward Classes and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. These scholarships usually include reimbursement of tuition fees, maintenance fees and other important allowances. The main motive behind these scholarships is to provide financial assistance to the students of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, BC, EBC, Minority and Disabled welfare communities. Elphinstone college and high school came into existence in By , 27 schools started functioning in Gujarat; and their numbers increased after as the govern-ment recognised the role of private enterprise in running schools staffed by Indians. The Gujarat college was set up in Ahmedabad by the local elite in to prepare Gujarati.

- 5 - Conferment 9.(1) Notwithstanding anything contained in the Code or in any other pro- powers. vision of this Act, the State Government may, if it consider it necessary or exped- ient so to do, - (a) for the prevention of and for coping with any offence under this Act, or (b) for any case or class or group of cases under this Act, in any district or part thereof, confer, by notification in. Gujarat is known as a hub of scheduled tribes as we can find many tribes in this state but there are around 29 main tribes including Gamith, Dhodias, Siddi, Barda, Vasawas etc. The origin of the tribal people of Gujarat is based on their migration from other countries like the Siddis are a group of tribal people who have migrated from East Africa.   The Scheme for Providing Education to Scheduled Tribe Students from Famous Local English Medium Schools in Maharashtra is launched by Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of Maharashtra. This scheme is specially launched for the student of the scheduled tribe . Issue of Scheduled Caste Certificate to migrants from other States/UTs (sizeMB) Issue of Scheduled Caste Certificate to the members of Buddhism Religion (sizeMB) Modalities for deciding claims for inclusion in, exclusion from and other modifications in the orders specifying Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (sizeMB).

  The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, was implemented to assure and protect the . The population of Gujarat in Census of India , Of this 8,, persons belong to one of the Scheduled Tribes (STs) constituting per cent of the total population of the state. The state has registered per cent decadal growth in the Scheduled Tribe . According to a government report, over percent of Scheduled Tribe (ST) and percent of Scheduled Caste (SC) groups in rural India continue to live below the poverty line. Hence under government of Kerala, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Development Department works for the upliftment of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. The former Harijan Welfare Department was bifurcated and the Tribal Welfare Department was formed exclusively to look after the matters connected with tribals as per G.O.(P) No.