Pulak Chandra Devnath & N.B. Biswas (Authors)
Title Other Backward Classes in India (A Case Study of Assam)
Book Condition New
Jacket Condition New
Publisher New Delhi, India Kalpaz Publications/Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. 2015
Seller ID 106171
The present book is an outcome of the in-depth study of the backward communities and backward classes in India through the primary and secondary sources. The authors of the book have made an attempt to go through the genesis of the emergence of backward classes in India and also have discussed various backward communities in general in India. Special attempt has been made to look into the backward classes in Assam. The government policy related to backward communities has also been analysed in this book. The significant aspect of the volume is the analysis of socio-economic and educational condition of the backward communities in India and Assam. The more interesting aspect of this book is the discussion of the various backward communities such as ahom, asur, baria, basor, baiga, bedia, beldar, bhatta, bhill, chutia, das, ganak, ghosh, goala, koch rajbongshi, kumar, kurmi, mahishya, mala, mala christian, manipuri brahmin, manipuri muslim, matak, moran, nai, nath yogi, chhetri, gurung, rai, magars, lohar, sadgop, tanti are available in the literature and also through the field work. K A.Printed Pages: 268.
Other Backward Classes in India (A Case Study of Assam) Pulak Chandra Devnath & N.B. Biswas (Authors)